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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 28, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaWeather partly Cloudy and mild Cirii Chance of widely scattered afternoon or evening Iho won. High 73. Low 41. Details Page tip the East Defeated the West 6-2, in the annual pee do tobacco bowl game last night. See Story Page 9ra. 249 Florence s. C., thursday morning november 28, 1957 daily 5c sunday Loc missile race said and Shaw Jet sets record this air Force f101 voodoo York los Angeles air Speed record at 6 hours 42 minutes reconnaissance Jet stationed at Shaw air Force base 6.7 seconds. The plane returned from its non Stop flight at Sumter yesterday officially broke the round trip new . In Riverside county s March at . Page 1-b. P put up a month later and then a third. After that he said Large 21-Inch satellites will be sent up n a series of firings that will get under Way in the Spring. The first test rocket is now in place on its launching pad or. Hagen told reporters. Asked about adapting the Van guard rocket As an intermediate Range ballistic missile or. Hagen commented Only that the second stage of the three stage rocket would land from the launching Point. Or. Hagen also told newsmen the array s satellite which it recently received a go a Back up for the Navy Vanguard project. The scientist added however that even ii Vanguard is first into the air the army still should be allowed to go ahead with its own project. He said the army s satellite Wili not is capable of handling As big a payload As Vanguard however and he asserted he knew of no rocket conceived built ant brought to the Point of firing in a Shorter time limn Vanguard. The test satellite will radio Back information on heat on Tho Skir and Core of the sphere erosion of the satellite and information con Corning air density mid of to ii Rah. Ii will broadcast 01 Ioc Mega cycles. Area deaths mrs. Eunice Davit Malon mis. Linda Lac Nitcy Ilar Bililc it hrs Mcvie. Lluc. Details 2-a. Clement says tennesseans abiding by Law Charlotte nov. 27 Frank Clement of Tennessee said Ere tonight Federal troops won March into my state because tennesseans Are going to abide by the who called out the a ional guard to quell race disorders during the integration of Clin. On High school was the Principa peaker for the Carolinas Carrous Al mayor s dinner tonight. He and former gov. Arthu Langlie of Washington will be principal figures in tomorrow me Carousel Parade along wit Uch celebrities As Marian me night miss America of 1957, an he current miss North Carolina and miss South Carolina. Clement was the keynote speak r at the 1956 National democratic convention and Langlie had a Sim a chore at the Republican a ional convention. The Tennessee governor we Are going to maintain Law and order in taking lines from a speech he gave before the North Carolin Lar Assn. At blowing Bock Jun 4, Clement said he loved the Outh and was tired of the hypo icy shown by other sections o in nation when they levelled a causing Finger at the South s ban Iling of the race question. It was not in Charlotte , jut in san Francisco where the life of a negro Ball player Willi jays said at least in the sout know what to expect it is not in Charlotte ., Buji Chicago where they have Mer slice guarding one integrated using development than we hav Harding Miles of Highway n Tennessee. Moroccan King ends talks Washington. Nov. 27 eng Mohammed v of Morocco ended his talks with Secretary stale Dulles tonight by express no Hope that Friendly Neotia ions will Settle the Battle be Ween the French and Algeria rebels in North Africa. The visiting Monarch said sue peaceful solution should b based on the rights of people or self meaning heir right to choose whether the vant to continue As part France. The King s View was spelled of n a joint statement issued at. The White House after he ended i round of High level foreign polic Alks with Dulles. A High spot Lis Day was a visit to the Ailin president Eisenhower at the Whit House. 87 korean Waits flying to America Skoul nov. 27 us a Charier plan Load of 87 korean orphan adopted through made by Harry Holt crewel re i Init i left today for to nit cd states to j5in their be american parents. The Benefactor s daughter Waiuli Ballf Holt. 2s. And a bin a Loo i loll. Iho Chilili Pii. A Ginsini from months to 11 yours in Kro. Signal Given on 2 Irby s Washington nov. 27 is Donald Quarles Deputy Secretary of defense Testi led tonight that the United tates and Russia Are run ing and in the development of intercom rental ballistics missiles. Quarles gave the estimate to the preparedness sub commit e after Secretary of defense Mcroy ordered both of this coun y s rival intermediate Range Thor and the Jupiter nto military production for optional purposes. Mcelroy announced the decision the committee headed by sen. It Idon b. Johnson and sorted it was arrived at Only last evening on the eve of s appearance before the com it tee. Vice president Nixon told a news conference tonight that 1 new of president Eisenhower s current illness a group of High of officials finalized a previous rental Ivy decision by the presi ent to go ahead with both mis Iles. Ahead of Russia Quarles. Who came into the go eminent with an Industrial Back ground in missiles development Aid that As a whole the United states missile program ahead of Russia. As for the intercontinental missile he said i program is either on a Par i very hard to say which s is a and _ Quarles said his appraisal i ased on a lot of on he building and testing of Roc to in which the russians a on other factors. He said he could not say wit insurance either Side is ahead. But he agreed with committe counsel Edwin l. Weisl that the United states should base its or Gram for safety s Sake on the Assumption that they the Russ ahead " the committee driving to com Jolete the first stage of its hearing before the thanksgiving Holidej called Quarles to the witness land at a night session secret report in a closed session starting ear y this morning Allen Dulles director of the hush hush Central in Eli gence Agency gave the com Mittee an ominous secret report on russian missile and other Mili Ary production. Members of the committee said be painted a sad and shocking picture that when revealed in a report by the committee should Shock american officials and he Public out of its comp Lac Sens. Symington do and Bridges a no and others voiced this View. Mcelroy told the subcommittee he Thor and Jupiter would be ready for firing from . Bases n great Britain by the end of 1958. Good said sen. Johnson chairman of the subcommittee which is investigating the . Missile program. It was apparently Hie first Good news the senators had received today. They spent the morning being secretly briefed by officials of the Central intelligence Agency on the nation s position in the missile race with Russia. And they reported they had been Given a Dis sad and Shock ing picture. America is faced with a great Johnson the Senate s democratic Leader said after this Long closed door session. I Lave no doubt either is to its willingness or ability to moot sen. Flanders

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