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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - October 13, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaWeather continued Cool a n d Breezy with partly Cloudy weather today and tonight. High 71, Low 52. Details on Page 2-a, Reader s tip interested in o my Leyel Home see picture Polam and details in Page 8-e. Vol. 204 Florence s. C., sunday morning october 13, 1957 daily 6c sunday nod of the head for Queen Goy. Gen. Vincent Massey of canola bows As he extends greeting to smiling Queen Elizabeth on her arrival from England by plane. Ody later showed wounds in Lodge s Chisi Ivad. Although Lolice Are not Yel sure How Many hots were flood. The scene of the is about a Quarter of n mile from he Friendship Baptist Church near Here. The affray interrupted a service Al the Church. When police heard of the shooing they dispatched six officers o the scene apparently anal cd Nyling furl her Dusl Urbancek. The san in Hodge is n son of ten and Len ipod pc. Finns for us funeral services will be in Imin cd later by the Smith Broth ers funeral Home which is in charge of arrangements. Patrick Kerwin turkish Ambas waited hours to see them. The car her brisk tramp through Tai ranks of the guards polished of the inspection in less than the eight minutes allotted for the re Tual. Back at the dais Diefenbaker presented Canada s chief. Justic Sador Amat Cavat Ustun who is diplomatic Dean Here Ottawa mayor George Nelms air mar Shal Hugh Campbell and the Ai base commander group Cap prayers seek divine help in Little Rock Little Rock ark., oct. 12 in were raised in four score churches Here today invoking divine Aid in solving this to Sion torn City s racial crisis. Thousands turned out. The Day was Bright and sunny with the temperature in the mid-60s. The 84 participating churches were of Catholic jewish and protestant faiths. More than a dozen negro churches took part. Most of the 84 were in Little Rock a few were in neighbouring North Little Rock or elsewhere in the state. Churchmen of All faiths had joined in arranging the prayer services. They said the purpose was to seek divine help for the preservation of Law and order he casting out of rancor and pre Judice and resistance against in thinking an unofficial estimate by the sponsors said to turned out in response to the sound of Church Bells in the Clear Crisp in. A spokesman for. The roman Catholic diocese said attended prayer services at 11 churches of that Faith in Pulaski county which surrounds Little Rock. He described that As about one third if the aggregate membership. But if thousands turned out Many More thousands went about heir Normal secular pursuits. In the downtown business area ome establishments observed a minute of silent prayer at 11 ., the hour set for the services. Many stores offered their employees time off to go to Church. Bui n reporter who was in one of Kock s bigger depart ment stores at to o clock saw no one in the crowd of shoppers and sales persons who look any out Ward note of the Lime. On Hie he reels outside hundreds were walking also without inking any apparent police. Tin1 idea of the prayer services had been endorsed by president a Isnhower Gnu. Orval Fiu ibus and Stock school Board. All Ore directly involved in the crisis g rowing it of the federally enforced integration of nine negro pupils in previously All White Cen trial High school snub is said by aides to be suf Fering from influenza did not at lend any of i to prayer services Loday. Eisenhower drove rom Washington loft. Monde mil., to play Golf . Mussells. Wives of each of the officials also were presented to the Queen the Royal couple then drove of in their Cream coloured limousine first circling the enclosure to pro vide a glimpse to crowds that a had been fitted with a Clear Plas tic top to protect the pair from stiff Breeze. Windows in downtown building overlooking the 14-mile route wer jammed. Newsboys of Ottaw sent up a Small plane trailing a Banner which said the children Welcome you to the weather was brisk with an overcast sky for the 15-mile processional ride in a convertible to government House. 600 room mansion the Queen and Philip will stay in a 60-room mansion during their visit Rideau Hall the governor general s Home. Nature painted the Trees and lushes of this 100-year-old capital m autumnal tints of russet and old. It seemed just right As a backdrop for the Bright blues Whites and reds of the Union lacks pennants and buntings about town. Elizabeth and the 36-year-old Philip go to the tinted states wednesday. There they will visit he Jamestown festival and Wilia Mosburg in Virginia spend four lays As president Eisenhower s West in Washington stay in new Fork City one Day and Fly Back to Ondon oct. 21. Tomorrow Elizabeth makes her first live television appearance. An 8 . Est speech also will be Adio broadcast. Her other Sun a events include services Al Christ Church. Cathedral and a breath saying at the National War memorial. In All visitors were Iran to this 100-year-old Canad a capital by the Royal visit. They armed hotels and the Flag draped treets. About what they Are learning from the first Man made Moon. The russians have held secret the code for translation of data it is believed is being transmitted to Earth by radio equipment in the satellite. They never even answered our Cable asking whether the Rocke was painted or. Whippul said at a news conference. Or. Whipple said today s observations confirmed completely thai the satellite s time i takes to circuit the Short ening. The satellite whizzed past the Boston area at Daybreak both yesterday and today three min utes ahead of a schedule computed earlier in the week. Or. Whipple also said he now believes the rocket stage May re main in space a matter of months rather than the two to three weeks Given in earlier estimates. The Mit calculator fixed the time of the orbit at 96.02 minutes for each Complete circuit of the Earth. This time however is Short ening at the rate of about three seconds a Day at present. After a full week of observation or. Whipple said we now know the nature of the change in the orbit and the nature of the object we Arae looking at and can now be Gin to project Forward consider ably far in the he said the observers Are plan Ning to devote the week to Analy Sis of the mass of observation re ports which have been collected since the satellite began its Orbi nine Daj s ago. This will enable almost pinpoint predictions of time and location of satellite passages he said. 5ie a n w h i 1 a top e x perts at the naval research Laboratory estimated today that rus Sia s satellite sputnik would stay up for at least a year. At the same time they said re ods were True hat the rocket Shell up in the sky with sputnik Las lost Altitude and is speeding up. But they added reports that he rocket Shell is disintegrating seem highly unlikely at this the statement was issued by or. John p. Hagen director of Amer Ca s project Vanguard at the Laboratory. We estimate the satellite will stay up for at least a or. Said. He said it appears to in a fairly constant orbit an around the world flight period of 96.1 minutes with the closest Point to the Earth 170 Miles and the most Distant 570 Miles and should remain aloft for some Ime to or. Hagen said the empty rocket hell s density was Low compared Vith the Small dense mass of the Atel Lile. Signs appeared to some Ameri an scientists today hat the be inning of the end May have set n for the nose Cone and the third Lage rocket that hurled sputnik the men and the missile members of the 40th Field artillery missile group March pass the guided missile reactivation ceremonies. Thl 40th is the army s first such group formed to use the Redstone. The missile Redstone was conceived and developed at the Redstone ala., photo fax missile control May Salvage lagging disarmament talks United nations n. Y., oct. 12 control was seen Here to Day As a possible Point of breakthrough toward the Long sought world disarmament treaty. A 23-nation Resolution submitted for the . General Assembly mentions it Only As one Point of a six Point Western package Olanta dog found Rabid health officials report by news staff writer Olanta oct. 12 the Florence county health ept. Today announced that an Olanta area a Tojo Lias been pronounced Rabid by a Florence veterinarian. Price Hoffmeyer the vet who in Olli examined inc ing was quoted by ii department As saying tin Morni As Type of rabies known of dumb rabies. Making Ilmi Mif i investigation Florence Pilot spots wreckage n Cap exercise Greenwood oct. 12 we South Carolina civil air patrol ving pilots and observers Quick s spotted their target near Here Oday in the first phases of a two Day search and Rescue Mission sex a Florence Pilot and his observer from Spartanburg maj. R. W. Simpson and 2nd it. Claude Phillips sighted the simulated wreckage of an aircraft at a target site 5 Miles South of Hodges. Maj. Richard Ward of Florence Mission commander said he was Well pleased with first Day results despite the fact that aircraft were grounded by bad weather until about 11 The target was sighted at 2 . Some 250 senior members and cadets from squadrons All Over South Carolina Are participating in the practice Mission supervised by the air Force. The Wing under goes the supervised Mission annually for air Force officers to Grade the effectiveness of the Cap. Early sunday air Force officers will Plant another for the pilots. The Mission will be concluded Sun Day afternoon. When n dog has do Iii ral Jirs ,0f oin Nln area in an ally Mph c is afflicted with lockjaw and of annul bile the department said. Before the dog was so Riyoki ii however he bit several dogs tic ording to several reports re Civ 1 by the department in person As been reported As being bitten 7 the dog the department add d in ils announcement. In making the announcement in Ilene la doll. Requested two dims from All Olinta area Resl pals i All Pel owners should secure confine their pets in locked inc immediately. J. Anyone Ullh information about Rnold dog should report it is bid dog Hud been. I would lie mind by lie said Floro lit could decide How much of the Laulii area he would have to quarantine. Five Miles on All sides was a Likely figure however he said. He added Hinl n second a bid clop has also been reported in inc same area. Sardis Section and Wrens near pump lion Highway Linic already been quarantined Lynch sold. He sold it was entirely possible to would of forced to impose wider quarantine including i h c whole of Florence county United fund drive tops Mark thai was lie total amount of contributions and pledges toward Florence s United fund Campaign up to saturday night. Coal is Sidney Smith Campaign chair Man announced the following firms which have qualified to receive awards for participating in the drive Sec Henson finance co., Superior Auto insurance co., Superior Lite insurance co., hurl acc Qunel Llesh Stiim cons Duclion co. Itryce plumbing co., w. H. Sydnor co., Fred Germany co. P 1 a n i r a equipment co., and Home furn Ishing co. Disarmament program which the Resolution would have the Assem Bly endorse. But both . And soviet Lead ers were on record in favor of some kind of discussion of control of space objects prior tos conclusion of a general disarmament agreement. So the possibility was held out in some quarters at the . That if the Western Resolution ran into heavy going the United states might push this idea As one Way to get the big Powers out of their deadlock Over disarmament. The soviet Union s Success in launching an artificial Earth Satel Lite oct. 4 was taken As proof that it had the intercontinental Ballis tic missile it had claimed to have last August. Monday soviet communist party chief Nikita Khrushchev told a new York times interviewer his government would be willing to Start talks with the United states now on control of Cuch satellites and missiles. Tuesday Secretary of state dul Les in remarks later amplified by a state department declaration opposed any bilateral talks. But he said the United states would enter into multilateral discussions looking toward control of objects provided its allies agreed. In the Assembly s political committee thursday . Dele Gate Henry Cabot Lodge brought up this idea before the . He recalled the proposals that Brit Ain Canada France and the United states put before the soviet Union aug. 29 in the . Dis armament subcommittee negotiations later recessed in deadlock. These proposals called for atomic and conventional disarmament subject to inspection. Under them a technical committee would be set up to work out a system of inspection to make sure that objects sent through outer would be used exclusively for peaceful and scientific purposes. This would take place three months after a disarmament treaty came into effect. Inside classified want ads 10-11-b deaths and funerals 2-a editorials. 4-a society women 2-6-b sports 6-10-a Heaters tv.9-b weather facts.2-a

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