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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 24, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaWeather Cloudy and Cool today with rain beginning again Early tonight and continuing monday. High 52. Low 42. Reader s tip Florence Man starred officiates College football Gamthi. Feature on Poge 6-a. Vol. 245 Florence s. C., sunday morning november 24, 1957 daily 5c sunday Philip b. Finklea Dies at 62 Philip Finklea representative of Hymanz Dies Philip b. Finklea 62, Florence county legislator Farmer and Busi Ness Man died at 10 a. M. Satur Day in a local Hospital after a serious ulness of five months. Funeral services will be con ducted at 11 a. M. Monday in Beulah Baptist Church Hyman by tire Hev. M. J. Patrick pastor of for said. Pamplico methodist. Church Andi earlier he had told reporters sputnik i rocket nears Earth Carrier Staves off hour of heated disintegration Jodrell Bank England nov. 23 w the Carrier rocket of sputnik i circled closer and closer to the Earth tonight but staved off the hour of its disintegration in the White heat of atmospheric friction. British scientists operating the world s largest radio Telescope Here stopped the rocket by radar at . Vainly scanning the skies for it throughout the Day. Previously scientists Here had cent in close Contact with the rocket since its launching by the russians oct. 4. There was no immediate explanation of the lengthy Oss of Contact today. Re establishment of Contact with he half ton rocket casing came after a Day of mounting excite ment at this scientific Center. Observers had predicted that the rocket might Burn out in a Ball of fire within hours As it dipped Leeper into the outer atmosphere of the Earth. But prof. A. Lovell director i the Sodrell Bank station re ised his predictions of the rocket s eminent breakup after announcing his Telescope had located the Larrier again. The rocket is expected to last the Rev. M. T. Gunter pastor o Black Creek Baptist Church Covesville. Burial will be in Beu Lah Baptist Church be Mowry. Or. Finklea was a life Long Citi zen of Hyman. Lie was born april a 1895. His parents were the late John Walter and Caroline Kirton Finklea of Hyman Georgetown county. He was a graduate of by Man High school and of a Charles ton business or. Finklea was an overseas Veteran of work War 1., serving As a a sgt. In the u. S. Army with the 81st wild cat division. He was a member of the american legion Post Pamplico and . Post 3181 of Florence. He was a member of Beulah Baptist Church the adult Bible class a Deacon and chair Man of the Board for the past several years. Or. Finklea was first elected to the state legislature from Flor ence county in 1925 and served to 1928. In 1951 he was elected a second time and had served continuously since. He was a member of the ways and Means com Mittee co sponsor of the Bill establishing the Florence county higher education commission and aided in the passage of the retail sales tax. He was a 32nd degree Mason and was twice worshipful master of Flintville Lodge 158 of est Fiji Etui a former Shriner and a former member of Omar Temple of Charleston. Surviving Are his widow mrs. Philip b. Finklea of Hyman who was formerly Mildred Brooks of Washington a. One daughter mrs. William c. Baker of fort Sill. Okla. One sister mrs. Jesse w. Finklea of Florence one step sister miss Buena Coleman of Pamplico two Brothers s. Pearce Finklea of Valdosta ga., and John 0. W. Finklea of Atlanta ga., his step Mother mrs. Lillie c. Finklea of Pamplico and four grandchildren. His Only pm Philip b. Finklea jr., was lost Over Japan during world War a while serving with the u. S. Air Force. Serving As pall bearers will be Barney Dusenbury Mosley c. Colrain. E. S. Miller s. Kenneth Brown George c. Finklea and m. P. Jackson. Honorary bearers will be members of the Board of Dea cons of Beulah Baptist Church the Florence county delegation county officials and members of Flint Ville Lodge 158 of Evergreen. The body will remain at the Waters funeral Home until a. M. Monday at which time it will be placed in the Church one hour before the senders. He would he surprised if it lasted through the Day. Position unsure Lovell emphasized that the car Rier rocket was definitely coming closer to the Earth with every rotation but added the the moment is in Lovell did not say what prompted him to change his prediction on the probable length of the rocket s life but presumably to night s observation provided him with some new data on its be Havior. Officials at Mullard Observatory in Cambridge reported the rocket was visible to the naked Eye late today Over that City. It was visible for about a half said Bruce Lismore Observatory spokesman. It arrived five minutes before it was sex White Light like a Star of the first magnitude shining Bright. The rocket appears to be cutting off its time a half minute per rotation it is going faster j and getting the russians apparently were not disturbed by the reports that the Carrier had begun its fall into the denser atmosphere surround ing the Earth. Trips around the Earth covering More than 20 million Miles. In Cambridge Ian astrophysical scientists stuck by of dec. 11 As death Day for the rocket ear both sputnik i and ii were re ported maintaining their orbits. British scientists believe sputnik i will stay on its course for sever Al More weeks because the drag on it is much less than on its Carrier rocket. Spokesman says reefs ready for disarm talk by William n. Oatis the subcommittee nor on the 12 un1ted nations. N. Y., nov. 23 soviet spokesman said today the soviet u. N. Delegation was ready to discuss by serious approach from the West for new disarmament talks. He told reporters the position of the u. S. Delegation created the current stalemate Over getting the talks started again. He said that it s up to that delegation to make any a u. S. Spokesman commented the Western position has never been other than serious. The general Assembly four Days ago proclaimed thai it wants disarmament talks to continue it s up to the the u. N. Disarmament sub committee Britain Canada France the soviet Union and the United states broke off dead locked discussions in London sept. The Assembly nov. 14 adopted 56 to 9, a 24-nation Resolution endorsing the Western position in the discus5ions. But the soviet Union had served notice it would no longer sit on syrian lebanese relations Strain As Cabinet meets Damascus nov. 23 new Strain in syrian lebanese relations was discussed tonight at a meet ing of Premier Sabri Assali s cab Ilo scow radio carried on Asi inet amid Dai Roscus reports that usual with its regular Progress re ports on the satellites. There was however one note of caution in a broadcast listing the timetable Foi the Carrier rocket and sputnik ii Over the next two Days. For the first time Moscow said it was providing Only a forecast of the places Over which the two objects would pass. Soviet scientists have said parts of the rocket May survive the plunge into the atmosphere and land on the Earth s surface. Lovell his associates at Jodrell Bank station and other scientists say the Carrier will disintegrate completely burned up like a meteor by friction. The rocket Carrier began its comparatively Sharp downward dip yesterday. The Carrier leading its satellite has made nearly 760 Syria was contemplating Strong nation disarmament commission unless it was enlarged. In an Effort to meet its wishes the As Sembly tuesday voted 60-9 to expand the commission to 25 nations. It turned Down an albanian amendment to add seven others so As to make the commission half Western and communist or neutralise countries. The soviet delegation reiterated in a statement last night that the soviet Union would not participate in the work of the commis icon on grounds that most of the members were participants the aggressive military tiie soviet spokesman said to Day his delegation wanted a Dis armament commission made up of All 82 u. A. Members but with out dropping this idea could agree to the albanian proposal for a 32-nation commission. But he objected that the Assem Bly s Resolution approving uie Western disarmament position has not any definite Concrete proposals on very urgent prob lems of disarmament the prohibition of atomic weapons and prohibition of he called it rather propagandists and untre he was asked if he saw any possibility of resolving the dead lock by Jan. 1, when expansion of the disarmament commission takes effect. The position of the american delegation made this serious talk Secretary of stare Dulles and West German foreign minister Hein Rich von Brentano seem to be talking seriously of they meet at Washington yesterday. The talks concerned North Atlantic Alliance matters in Advance to next month s nato Summit conference in Paris. In Washington a photo lax Dulles and German debate Atlantic Alliance issues by John m. Hightower Washington nov. 23 Iff Secretary of state Dulles and German foreign mini Ster Heinrich von Brentano today debated proposals for strengthening the Atlantic Alliance presumably including the thorny Issue of closer policy consultations among the allies. The two foreign affairs leaders met for More than three hours at Dulles Home and Al the state department in the afternoon at tended by a Large group of advisers. Then they continued their talks Over dinner and into the evening. Aggression. Before coming Here on a flying visit. Von Brentano called for a system of mandatory consultation among the 15 nato nations on issues in which they All had an important interest. Define counteraction there has also been talk in said. Now it s up to that delegation to make any initiative the Western Powers Are pres opposed to any move by its euro Europe recently of trying to work Pean allies which would give the lout set of graduated deter North Atlantic treaty Organiza a rents which would define in Tion a kind of veto Power the precise military vital policy decisions. Counteraction to be taken in Case Foremost among such any communist be whether when and How Small or Large. Aggression. Lary of state Robert Murphy Anc asst. Secretaries c. Burke Elbrick and Gerard Smith. Advance reports on the German position left no doubt that Voi Brentano wanted to press for an agreement among the Natona be accepted in principle at the Summit Consul lation among the members would be compulsory in Advance of any decision of major concern to them he also wanted to know the in mentions of the United states with respect to creating nuclear mis Siles bases in Western Europe by countermeasures. Only their own proposals i Al _ _ to fight in Case Russia launched Washington officials said Pri-1 providing the missiles As soon As area deaths mrs. Margaret Hammett Clark Bisilio Pville Harry t. Timmons Florence mrs. Zelphia Tanner Haselden Florence miss Sally Mckenzie Dillon John Bumpass Day Lake City Howard r. Critcher sr., Flor ence mrs. Boyce Ard Lake City. Details Page 2-a. The new trouble entered on a disarmament. Now it s up to them Border incident involving in syrian parliament members. Syria said the lawmakers were halted at the Lebanon Border yesterday and refused permission to proceed to Beirut they were scheduled to attend a rally and luncheon to be Given by patriarch Boulos Myoushi head of the maronite a Branch of the roman Catholic Church. Syria denounced the Border incident As unprecedented through out the Middle East and Damas-1 Cus newspapers said three pos Italy France commie strength cited by u. S. Washington nov. 23 w Gaid today sible counteraction were Conte Elhat of War should come France to make some move to approach the soviet position because the soviet delegation made All possible efforts to approach the Western position. Plated land Italy would be in for a lot of 1. Barring syrians from travelling i trouble from Homegrown to Lebanon. Lists. 2. Expelling lebanese residents j falter chairman of the House from Syria. 3. Making a Strong formal pro test. Several Strong action that would pre serve Syria s newspapers demanded record number ships Cairo nov. 23 Tai Egypt s Suez canal authority reports a record number of 64 ships flying he flags of 18 nations transited the canal yesterday. The daily average is about 40. Committee on in american activities made the comment in connection with the committee s publication of biographies of Mau Rice Thorrez and Palmiro Togli Aili. Thorrez is Secretary general of the French communist party and Togliatti has the same Post in Italy. In the event of Walter said France and Italy two of our allies would find themselves sorely beset by the army of communist agents and saboteurs commanded by these two cuban officer shot to death by rebel guns Havana. Nov. 23 Lade of rebel bullets foday killed col. Fermin Cowley a cuban army Veteran whose troops have taking a prisoner. The army s general staff announced the incident touched off other shootings in the streets of Holguin. Cowley s Headquarters City in easternmost Oriente lately hint such a system might possible to Allied forces. West work because the conditions German policy generally frowns of an attack could not be such weapons for West Ger foretold. They Saki uie Many s own slowly growing army. But von Brentano indicated in Rome that the equipping of to. S. Troops in Germany with nuclear missiles seem to be a logical de sense step the reported German interest in consultation would narrow the Field of action open to the United states or any other Al lied government. It is the sort of thing which Dulles and the state Depar Lemmit advisers worry about when As has happened recently they begin beating the Drums for a greater interdependence among the nations of the free world. Highway crash hear Hart Shijie kills 2 hurts 4 by a news staff writer Hartsville nov. 23 a Highway crossing crash Here this afternoon killed two persons and sent four others to the Hospital two of them seriously injured. Slate Highway patrolman j. Sumner said the collision killed Ella Singleton 40, of Lydia and David Eugene Osborne 33, of Greeley Vilic. Osborne who was driving East of Highway 151, apparently disregarded a Stop sign and drove onto Highway 15, hitting the Singleton Auto in the right front fender tire Rooper said. Both cars were demolished in the Impact. Winifred Bradshaw a. 2, owner of the 949 Sedan that Osborne was driving was in serious condition from injuries As was Isabella single on 17, of Lydia passenger in the other car the officer said. Two other occupants of the sin Gleton Auto were injured Leroy Singleton 28, the father who was iriving the vehicle and Ethelyn Singleton 13. The Highway intersection is about three Miles from Hartsville. Patrolman Sumner said no skid Narks were evident at the scene. The weather was Cloudy and Mist y but not raining he said. Second Dionne Quint marries Corbel ont., nov. 23 b Cecile Dionne was married to cameras today in this Remote Parish where she and her famous quintuple Sisters grew to Young womanhood. In the old familiar Sacre Coeur de Jesu Church Cecile 23, be came the wife of Philippe Tang Iris 26, a Montreal to technician. The Bride seemed a Little on Edge As she appeared in the Little Church halt filled with More than 100 guests sightseers and news paper radio and to reporters. Flee Church was lighted by the Glare of floodlights As cameras recorded the scene on film for televising Cecile closed her eyes and United states and indeed other free nations must retain full flexibility for decision at the moment of crisis. But president Eisenhower and Dulles Are also known to favor much closer consultation than has so far existed. Eisenhower is sex to at the nato Summit meeting at Paris next month. Dulles said after the first hour Long of his meeting with von West German governments think in same. The two governments Dulles said would find ways whereby we can both help to contribute to Hie strengthening of nato which Russell to dedicate Center by a Nown sniff writer or. Donald Russell president of the University of South Carolina will be the principal speaker All formal opening exercises of uie University Extension Center of Florence tomorrow in uie auditorium of the Central methodist Church. Exercises were originally used for nov. 4 but were postponed because of a flu epidemic. Or. Howard Stokes chair Man of the Florence county Edu cation commission expressed Hope hint the Many citizens of Florence and the pee Dee area will attend. The Public is invited in Allend the convocation it the Church Nanri open House and recep Tion no the Extension Center in the Florence Public Library. Jnell nations were not Mit to no a Fth Center or. Slopes said because of the uncertainly of the new Date. The convocation is sched Adlai May talk Tex nato men Washington nov. M associate. Said Tod ii Adlai Ste Venson has discussed with Secre tary of stale Dulles the possibility he May want to Confer with for Mer government official in his role As adviser on nato prob lems. Those might lie democrats like former Secretary of slate Dean Allieson Anil russian Speed Lisl Robert f. Kennan. Conceivably the Issue of whether Mich of idols now Are cleared to receive lop inform lion used for to p. M. After which will come Lite open House and reception at the Center from to p. M. Winding up the Day s events will be a banquet at the Florence coun try club at or the faculty and student body. Many Oil of town Diml urls Are Tor the Xei discs. Among them is Dean i. L. So mall. Suc Cessor to the University president in december. Russell announced his resignation oct. 25. Other i uksts will include Dean William pallor son Dean i. H. Wienfeld Dean w. W. Savage. Or. Nicholas Mitchell or. William lloy Dean Klitzn Bulli m. Clotworthy others from the University. 5ov. And mrs. George Roll Tim Merman Wero extended an invitation bul it is not known whether Thev Nolond. Or. Or. Donald Russell in Nix no in Cir other military men and ans have been the army s j announcement Siirid. I it added troops were in full con i tool in the entire area. Cowley. 47. Was assassinated while Riding in an army Automo bile with his chauffeur loan electrical Supply store in Holguin. The chauffeur was seriously wounded. A group opened fire on Cowley s car As it neared the store about 10 . Apparently they escaped. The army said Cowley was killed in the streets of Holguin a pint organized by terrorist the colonel nicknamed Eli has commanded the Northern zone of Oriente prov Ince. He had Long accused by rebel loader Fidel Castro of brutal repressions against Reb Els and sympathizers. Castro s communiques recently accused Cowley of hanging 27 of his partisans seized i in the Llo Guin and Bufaino areas Cowley also personally directed the killing of 17 rebels who land Dias and be slate department ended press officer Lincoln White reported Sim ply that the two foreign ministers and their advisers exchanged ideas which Are in the formative stage to stimulate thinking in and Vance of the nato von Brentano arrived from Rome tin s morning. He is scheduled to Fly Back to Rome Tomor Row to rejoin West German president the Eolior Heuss on their Visil to Italy. Among the advisers at today s i Washington meetings were her Bert b i a n k e n h o r a German ambassador to nato and ambassador i Inz Krekeler. German envoy to Washington. Silting with breached heavily before her father Oliva Dionne took her by the . For the walk Down the aisle. She wore a Long handmade gown of Peau do some. It was covered with Swiss lace embroidered and covered in front and Back with pearls. Her veil was Elbow length. It was held by a Pearl circlet Brilliant with sequins. She carried a bouquet of White orchids and chrysanthemums the same flow ers that decked the Church. The Groom wore a dark coat and striped trousers. At the altar Cecile appeared composed. She said oui clearly As she and Langlois exchanged vows. Tile Rov. Paul Sylvestre he Parish priest who taught the quilts their catechism pc in unwed them Man and wife. Grid Roundup Clemson wins us loses by Field goal i from a reports Clemson came from behind today to get a 13-6 win Over Wake Forest with two touchdowns in the last two minutes. The South Carolina gamecocks fumbled away a Lead came from behind to tie the score then lost a 29-20 game to n. State on a Field goal after time had run out. North Carolina a loomed from Dulles wort i a. Ambassador to stale 27-0. Behind Flor spotting Duke 13 Early Points and licked the heavily favored Blue devils. 21-13. Georgia tech and Florida fought to a scoreless tie Auburn got an 20-7 win Over Florida state. Michigan stole had a hard Lime before finally beating Kansas Penn cd Iii United nations. N.y., nov 23 spokesman for an Alibi in an Xiali finalist organization de from i he ship form Lola Hist june coming from . The men machine gunned Loli nah while silting no a fireside in the Woods. Cowley in the Early 1930s was a fiery who Wight a Gaius president ice Ordo in in Chad. I Abed Rouhana new York repro army announced Json Lclive of uie col. Icon Poldo t Ere Courll Sec. Move Mon mile Klinl comment on Omi in command to cml by. Had i to Kins Malin Miil Linn. A mod the new Northern v mid president Habih Unnur Guin 7ono . A Norl in . Ii curd tile King of Morocco and the president of Tunis i a cycling new seeds of dissension Limonc Hie to snid ibis approach for civil War Hig Killil Competition More i healthy and roared to a 32-7 Vic glory Over Nebraska. Other score of interest Vii ii 27, Citadel 0 Maryland 12, Virginia 0 Kentucky 20, Tennessee to Alabama 20, Mississippi Smith West Virginia 7. Syracuse 0 Villa non 24. We Hill i Princeton 34. Dartmouth m Itu Gers i Columbia 7 Pill a Poniti slate Viilo i Llor Voird 0 inn Al. Ulit Damn 13 Ohio stall 31. Mlo Hlynn 11 mimis a Missouri 7 a Minnesota 6 Lnu Nunn is. 7 Purdue 35, Indiana 1.1 Illinois 27, Northwestern 0 Arkansas 47. Texas tech m sum 14, Baylor 7 Kice thu 0 20. Southern col 9 Oregon slate 10. 7 Wash state 27. Washington 7 Stanford a Californi 12 Colorado 38, Iowa state 21 air Force Academy 31. New Mexico 0 senators to probe warning system Washington. Nov. Vest gating senators said today icy want to know what is being done to equip the nation s Nir St uck in Niino system with now super radar designed to do Eccl on coming missiles Iliou Sands of Milos away. The Senate a mib committee will open Meniw a in pvn lir of the slut us of uie u. I

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