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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - October 20, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaCitadel 26 Richmond 13 Furman 12 21 unc 34 Wake for. 3 a. Tech 27 Georgia 20 Troy state details on pages 6-8-a i weather fair Cool today. Cold again tonight. High 68. Low 40. Details Page 2-a. Reader s tip big thursday Clemson installed As favorite As in Jurist hit Carolina team. Story on Page of a. No. 211 Florence s. C., sunday morning october 20, 1957 daily 5c sunday Ute reds suggest talks on mid East crisis in Jordan plane american Pilot reports attack by Wilton w1tnn Cairo. Oct. 19 w the american Pilot of the ail Jordan passenger plane reported tonight an israeli Jet fighter fired on the plane five times Over Jordan territory in a vain Effort to Force him to land in Israel. The air Jordan Craft was not hit. It landed safely at Cairo with its 14 passengers and four Crew members unharmed. Capt. Jesse Stallworth of Pine Bluff Ark., said in an interview the incident occurred about 50 _ Miles North Northeast of Aqaba Jordan in mid afternoon As he was flying the pcs from the Jordan Ian sector of Jerusalem to Cairo. He said the israeli just crossed his path made two passes around the plane and indicated it should head from the Arab nation toward israeli territory. When i tried to continue on my regular course the israeli plane opened fire at us five Stallworth said. Each time be fired approximately 25 rounds of ammunition. The flak came to close we flew through puffs of smoke but apparently we weren t hit. Frankly i Don t see How he missed Stallworth said he then began descending for a possible Emer gency Landing at Aqaba. When we were at approximately 2.500 feet Over Jor Danian got below us and said he frequently carried 30 to 40 on flights Over that route. Fired another blast Stallworth said. Up at at this Point he appeared to be running out of fuel so he left us and proceeded Back into Israel when we reached Cairo i exam ined the plane but did not find any signs we were Stallworth said five of his 14 passenger were americans. He orchestra sign up going at Good Pace the sign up rate for member ship in the Florence civic orches tra was maintaining a Good Pace yesterday recruiters reported. The drive entering its third week is seeking supporters for the orchestra. Adult season tickets Are s3, and student tickets for the season Are meanwhile the posed of area musicians Many of whom commute regularly to Flor ence for practice sessions is polishing its performance for the first concert december 5. Among the numbers it will play Are Handel s Largo and portions of Strauss tales of the Vienna texan soloist dunks plane Short of Rome Coruna Spain oct. 19 american Pilot trying to set a new nonstop distance record for Light planes dunked his ice covered ship into the Atlantic Ocean at Dawn today on a flight from Galveston tex., to Rome. He was Only 40 Miles from land but 850 from Rome. William Wyatt. 25-year-old sex Marine from Dallas was plucked from the sea by a Spanish fishing vessel he had signalled with a Mir ror from the air. He was uninjured and his plane a single engine Mooney Mark 20, was posed ashore. Wyatt was trying to break a flight record for Small planes set in March 1949, by the late . Flier William p. Odom who flew a Beech Craft Bonanza Miles from Honolulu to Teterboro . Wyatt s Pilot forced Down Bill Wyatt Dallas backers in Galveston said they did not believe Wyatt had succeeded in setting a new record. They said the plane went Down 850 statute Miles from Rome. Wyatt s planned flight had called for a total distance of Miles. He said he had bad Luck All the Way across the Atlantic. Head winds Cut Down his Speed for 32 hours. He radioed the Airport at Bordeaux France yesterday that because of the winds he was using More than he had planned on. Inside classified o is 10-11-b deaths funerals5-a editorials .4-a Heaters to 9-b Darlington fund drive successful Darlington oct. 19 us drive to raise to pay for a new garment factory build ing Here was termed a Success to Day by mayor Thomas Buchanan Buchanan said 165 persons Hac purchased notes for each to finance the project. They will receive 4 per cent interest. The building almost completed is on the Darlington Florence High Way. It will House the Sherman manufacturing up s Plant scheduled for opening nov. 1. Sherman with Headquarters in Orange will begin operations with 125 employees. Buchanan said he was delighted with response. Lie Heads Darling ton industries inc., which was or ionized Here to promote new Industrial development in Lon. The group was formed after the closure of the Darlington manufacturing co. Last fall. Summit session would end War by Ronald to Howison London oct. 19 we Moscow suggested today that Britain and the United states Call Russia into an East West Summit conference aimed at restoring Calm along the troubled Border Between Turkey and Syria. Moscow radio timed its suggestion to coincide with a Call by British communist party Secretary John Gollan for Summit talks to Stop War breaking out in the mid dle East. The communist strategy was unfolded Only three Days before prime minister Harold Macmillan lies to Washington for talks with president Eisenhower on a variety of world topics including the turkish syrian crisis. A commentary in Moscow s eng Lish language service asserted the two Western statesmen cannot solve the problem alone. If they really want to bring he Middle East Back to Normal. Sputnik schedule set by Moscow London. Oct. Is space satellite today completed its 220th trip around the Earth having covered a distance of Miles. Moscow radio reported. It gave this sputnik s sunday travels Battle Harbour. Labrador. . Montreal . Winni Peg . Chicago . Vancouver . Mexico City . New York . Montreal . Minneapolis society 3-8-b . San Francisco sports 6-9-a . Honolulu . Why Don t they invite other coun Ries to the broadcast asked. It implied that the soviet Union and probably red China should be asked to join a round table meeting designed to allay fears of a new world War springing from he turkish Syria dispute which Moscow seems Content to keep Al boiling Point. After Moscow radio said there is not a single International problem now that can be settled singly. But or. Macmillan s meet no with the president hints at separate plot by one group of pow to against others against the so Union in red China has supported soviet Harges that the United states is citing Turkey to invade Syria. It Ledger military support for Syria n event of aggression. The British foreign office is Cool the idea of a Summit Confer nce. A spokesman said it was in Kely to be discussed by Eisen Ower and Macmillan. Soviet War talk about the Turk h syrian Border has puzzled Estern diplomats As Well As the urls who deny they Are about to attack anyone. Even some Syri an quarters privately discount the . But Moscow shows no sign of setup in propaganda broadcasts beamed to the Middle East portraying Russia As a defender of the Arab states. The broadcasts insist the United states is egging on the turks and has offered the help of 6th Fleet now widely dispersed after engaging in joint Maneu vers with Turkey earlier this month. One broadcast beamed to North America said an agreement can still be concluded not to Supply arms to the Middle East and to condemn the use of Force but said Secretary of state Dulles was blocking action. Salty Talic Prince Philip stops to Chat with Marine sgt. R. F. Fox during a review held in the Prince s Honor today of the Marine corps Barracks. At left is Gen. Randolph me. Pate Marine commandant. A photo lax Elizabeth and Philip go american attend Grid gome see markets Rogersjr. Washington oct. 19 we Queen Elizabeth ii and Prince Philip went american today they took in a football game am visited a supermarket to the de lighted Surprise of cart pushing saturday shoppers. The Royal couple watched Mary land s 21-7 upset of North Caro Una at nearby College Park i Elizabeth mostly wore a poke face in contrast to the Lusty cheer ing of fans and never betrayed which Side if any she a rooting for. But Philip picked loser. He had told reporters i understood North Carolina a tipped to one of their hosts gov. Theo Dore r. Mckeldin of Maryland had Elizabeth grinning at his an tics. There was no question he was for Maryland. Every time the foot All terrapins made Progress. Mckeldin was out of his seat having wildly. Elizabeth had to Jet up once too to see around Lim when Maryland intercepted North Carolina pass. It was at the Queens own Tion of suburban West Hyattsville. Md., that Elizabeth and Philip pulled their Surprise visit. They had passed the supermarket As they rolled in president Eisenhower s Bubble lop limousine to College Park. The Queen said she wished she could look in on the Way Back and her wish was the state department s command. The supermarket s assistant manager. Donald a. D Avanzo was alerted an hour in Advance. He was asked to keep the news to himself. Extra police arrived quickly to keep Back the crowds. One woman almost dropped her groceries when the Queen spoke a Sty bemused by the grocery cart s Little collapsible seat for Small Fry beamed it is particularly Nice to be Able to bring your children Elizabeth was showered at the game with gifts for herself Philip and their youngsters a carved Glass bowl a Small equestrian China figure Indian arrows and arrowheads music boxes fashioned like a football. Mckeldin kept Elizabeth posted at. on what the game her first was All about. But she seemed far More interested in the sideshow cheer leaders majorettes card stunts spelling out her Emir Royal Monogram. At the end of the contest Mary land s victorious coach Tommy Mont was hoisted up to the Royal i Box on the shoulders of his be Grimes Happy players. There was and Ham sandwiches but no hot dogs. Elizabeth declined an offer of cof fee from a paper cup. Philip apparently did not get his fill at the game for he went for crackers and cheese in the supermarket. He was offered cupcakes but said no thank you we re Well sup plied both at the White House Aud the food store visit lasted 15 minutes and was conducted with soup to nuts thoroughness by d Avanzo. Then with p o t i t e. Thanks All around off went the Royal couple to the White House to prepare for tonight s banquet honouring the president and mrs. Eisenhower at the British em-1 Bassy. For that event Elizabeth picked out an Oyster White double Satin evening dress. It had a close fit Ting clinging skirt Cut from one piece of fabric with a very Large circular train forming a half crinoline. Its severity was relieved by i triple pointed neckline on the Plain bodice. With the gown went a Diamond Tiara featuring a drop Emerald in each Circle. The Tiara is a legacy from Queen Mary. A Matching necklace Bracelet and earrings go with the Tiara. The menu for the big dinner was veal and potatoes. The Queen s Day was another Triumph in her reign As Queen of hearts in the capital. Sputnik snoopers Amateur astronomers enjoy satellite sky playfulness throngs fail to the Board of registrars were equipped but the heavy throngs did t show at the registration polls yesterday. Some 257 persons secured new registration permits but the registrars had enough personnel to handle 600 or More persons according to mrs. L l. Tobin registrar said. Of the total registering. 198 by the associated press at least one Amateur Carolinas astronomer figures that the third Tage of the russian rocket now acing about the Earth Alread of he satellite it launched is drop ing lower and picking up Speed. George Phillips Greensboro Tele hone company employee who Eads the official Moon watching roup in that City reported that e and his Crew probably sighted oth the satellite and the rocket in the Early morning skies yester Day. To her. That was when her maj a the satellite was quite dim a preaching the limit of i Phillips said and the rocket was Bright As much As the shiniest Star. This As has been known for several Days is because the rocket is dropping lower toward the Earth and also is speeding up in its orbit. Were White and 59 negroes. To the registrars will go next Evergreen where they will Regis Ter voters from 6 10 . Al Floyd s store. Wednesday they will be at Lake City from 9 . Until 1 . And 2 . Until 5 . The registrars will again be at the courthouse Here next saturday afternoon from 1 until 8 . Its Phillips suggested that the rocket still is losing Altitude. We spotted it at ." he said about five minutes later than expected which would indicate it is still dropping toward the Earth in he said the group saw sputnik at but added that this was not a confirmed sighting. Augusta ga., oct. J9 thousands of Augusta area residents got a Good look tonight at sputnik s elusive rocket launcher. Nearly 200 phone Calls Jam med the switchboard at the Augusta chronicle in a five minute period shortly before 7 ., minutes after the whirling third stage rocket sped by overhead. At East two newsmen saw the launcher from atop a downtown office building. They Are Frank bigger chronicle Telegraph Edi Tor and formerly of the Flor ence morning news and Bill Baab a staffer. Bigger a Buff Amateur As was credited with alerting the Public Here to the time and path of the rocket. His compilations published for the last two Days proved phenomenally accurate for an Amateur. He predicted the time and area of the sky in which the launcher could be seen and the figures wore borne oat. Butler ouster lacks backing talk him Back a 32-year-old, grief stricken cuban hangs from support of the Man Hattan Bridgens police try to talk him out of jumping to the East River during his Rescue today in. New York. Identified As Jose Garcia he was snatched from his Perch by two officers police said he was grieving because he had not Sein his estranged wife or children Slect May. A i Columbia oct. 19 Neville j Bennett of Bennettsville has Little i company so far among Southern state democratic chairmen As he Stokes the steamroller he d like to use to Roll democratic National chairman Paul duller out of Job. Bennett South Carolina demo cratic said this week he planned to Call a meeting of other Southern chairmen to seek Butler s resignation because says Bennett Butler is not interested in the views of the but an associated press poll that reached the democratic chairman of six other Southern Stales showed most of them Luke warm toward the idea of the meet ing oven though some agreed lint Butler s views and Southern tra Dillons Don t jibe very Well Butler himself in t planning to oblige southerners. When Den Strom Thurmond d Sci called for his dismissal in a speech this week Al Hock Hill Butler replied in a press state ment that he has no present in Tention of resigning and i have plans carrying my work Iulo next j i i the strongest support for Ben i net s proposal came from Ala Bama Democrat in chairman Mayhill who said he would be glad to Allie us Midi n mottling. I m not at All satisfied with the Altitude Butler lakes on racial in commented my Lull Anil 1 think he ought to gel in neighbouring a Orch chairman John d. Larkins or. Said he could no purpose in the Mcling. In the first place Lurkins declared he has not made up his own mind no Oil duller. In the second the democratic a Llonel chairman is elected by Iho democratic a Nional committee mid not by the stale a meeting Larkins con-1 from Bennett and declined com tin cd. Would be clearly outside mint. Our and if it is Lor Dis Bidwell Adam chairman of mis Cussion of a third party i would Sis Sippi s state democratic exec not be live committee said he knew Noah Bennett did not say anything no of the move to fire Butler and about a third parly in calling comment until Butler s ouster. But one other however there were a number of other carolinians yesterday who Felt they had seen sputnik or its rocket. In Columbia s.c., last night two men reported that they glimpsed something Orange in color but not blinking like a Star shoot across the sky from the direction of the North Star about . Frank d. Walker or. Said he and a Friend Weldon Higgins. Saw the object for several seconds before it disappeared into the West. It was like an aluminium of Walker said and it elongated with Light reflecting from it. It was moving faster than any Jet i be i Don t know what it he added but i suppose it might have been that russian space satellite sputnik or a part of the rocket that launched chairman also saw the spectre of a parly split. Tom Harper of Korl Smith Ark., agreed that Butler certainly does t seem like he is inter ested in the South. Uerrier said he would Mich to meeting to see whal is in the wind but added thai any move which might loud to split Iho Purly should Hong lira eyed with extreme caution was the word with other chairmen. A i gel the the facts to Adi ims apparently would include whatever comment he himself can get i of Butler whom in he had written asking Claril Calion of Butler s stand on the use of Feder Al troops in a Lille lock Ark. Lend Krum to s meeting if in Vilna. Buller he is a personal Irin Iid. Hut i m very very appointed in his Alti Luile to Menril the Paul Buller him Soll apparently fell he Lind ample support else i Wincn l heard anything no soul i where. In his reply in Thurmond ii. Paid tannins ii. Plant in of he a a lured "1 ii hts a Virginia. I Michl a it Crim manics la the Kennelh Knoils of Ennis is r i National parly would adopt South also said he had no official Nordi Carolina s on integration. Blonde Beauty Queen killed farming Dale n.y., oct. 19 Beautiful blonde about to he it owned mrs. Long Island was fatally injured Loday when n Heli copter struck a flagpole and crashed before horrified thousands wre. Mrs. Myna Nichol. 2s. Blown died at Lake Side la Ospital in. Copiague shortly after the crash. She was to reign Over Oil Progress week sponsored by the Oil heat Institute of Long Island. Two other persons Toiv seriously injured in the crash. They were i Hilliard a Rishton. Little neck i of the helicopter and Jerry Naglor Public relations Man for the Celebration. Two Long Parados of Oil Hunting exhibits had merged on the Husli Lule the parallel s were waiting for mix Nichol to land Slep Iii of tin helicopter and he crowned mrs Long area deaths in is Charlie Monarc clip rms Sam Tonsey Murl it Luff Ivins i a

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