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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - September 15, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaWeather mostly fair and continued warm today and tonight. High 90, Low 68. Details on Page 3 a. Reader s tip read the text of arkanian gov. Faubus statement from Newport on Page 8-b. Vol. 176 Florence s. C., sunday morning september 15, 1957 daily 5e sunday Ike ree is Law guard s role in dark by James a. Koges like a changing Kaleidoscope South Carolina is a slate Many contrasts it s Only a few hours drive Over Tome of the finest roads in the nation from the High tablelands o the Blue Ridge to the troika Palms of Beaufort. A Sand Ridge sprawling across the state Sepa rates the Sandy loan of the coast Al Plains from the red Clay Hills of the Piedmont. Mountains and seacoast Tal Pines and scrawny Oaks Flatland and rolling landscapes a Low state Rich in agriculture and an upstate Rich in Industry these Are South Carolina contrasts o which their number is legion. Consider the beaches along the coastline. Beginning at quiet picturesque Pawley s Island and extending along the coast to Cherry Grove a beaches presenting a study in Rich contrast. At Pawley s Island weather beaten cottages some old Tome new peer curiously at the sea from behind Myrtle and sea wheat. Threading the Marshland behind them Are tidal creeks peo pled with crab and fiddlers ant Marsh hens. Pawley s retains the haunting nostalgic flavor of Ole Days and other people. Follow the coastline upward past lonely windswept fishermen shacks past Magnolia where the Huntington estate stands across the coastal Highway from Broos Sien gardens on past a Patch work of creeks and inlets thread ing the Marshland to form Mur Rell s Inlet on past Beautiful by Little developed beaches and Yoi come to the other extreme o Pawley s in the carnival Atmos Phore of Myrtle which a Little More than a Quarter Century a was no More than a single Row of front Beach cottages but is to fashionable Mecca for tour Oay a its and vacation lists Over the Southeast. From a 1 Only generalities told about Parley Newport a. A sept. 14 Eisenhower and Arkansas gov. Orval Faubus agreed today that school the Law of the be carried out. But neither said specifically after a Confer ence whether Faubus inf clips to withdraw National guardsmen from at ittle Rock High school. Faubus who met with Eisen Hower for a bit More than two hours at the vacation while House gave the impression at a news conference later that he might be getting ready to do something about the guard unit next week. Faubus has been using the troops to Block court ordered mingling of White and negro Stu dents at the Little Rock school. At his session with newsmen Faubus was asked will the National guard be at the school monday that problem 1 will have to take care of when i return to Little Faubus replied. The suggestion was thai from a Legal standpoint Faubus Felt he would have to be Back in his own state before taking any action re Garding the guard unit which he ordered to the High school sept. 2. Faubus left Providence by plane with rep. Brooks Hays who had helped arrange the meet ing with Eisenhower Anil arrived at la Guardia Field in new York later today where Hays left the chartered plane. Hays was to leave for Dallas a few hours later. Faubus continued on to Little Rock. Neither the president nor the governor said anything about the troops in Little Rock a situation which caused the Federal govern ment to Start injunction proceed Ings against Faubus. He has been ordered to reply in court next Fri Day. No clarification northward past Ocean Forest hotel and Swanky beaches tates is another Chain of Beache. Spread out along a wide an exquisite strand Windy Hill Crescent Ocean drive Tilghman Cherry Grove. Follow the curving coastline still upward and you come to Little River up some two Miles of which is the picturesque Little fishing Village by the same name where rugged sea captains sit within the deep Shade of Moss Hung Trees and spin tall tales of the sea. Inland along the Black Waters of storied streams in state Parks situated within easy reach of any part of the state and Down among the dreamy Palm fringed beaches of the Low country there is end less variety. Within a few hours ride Are Majestic tablelands where Earth and so y meet along the purple Edge of the Mountain horizons. Some of America s most exquisite Moun Tain scenery juts out in bold pro Montory in upper South Carolina along the Range of the Blue Ridge. Only slightly Westward Are the great smokes which come to Majestic Eminence m the famed mountains of Western North car Olina. Across the state at Beau fort is a land of ancient shrines of history dating Back to the very first settlers who reached the shores of North America a Venice like land with great systems of deep inlets and tidal marshes of queenly islands tropical in their verdure of Flowers and Spanish Moss a land of hundreds of big game preserves of the sea Island negro his spirituals and s Praise houses of old time Indi go Rice of Spanish landings and of some of the purest Anglo Saxon blood in All the Earth. Cross and re Cross the state and it s like watching a changing Kaleidoscope so rapidly does the pattern of Topography of people Nihl of economics change. Selling South on South Carolina is a project to which we might Well give More thought and Effort. We Are a be civil Lar Breed. When it comes to preserving our heritage we stand As a i inn to defend ii but we Wren l As unanimous in recognizing the wealth beneath our Foci in n so Elf is varied As it la historic As Rich in potential wealth u it ii in n roman Lac past Hagerty flatly refused to amplify or clarify the Eisenhower state ment put out about three hours after his meeting with Faubus. When that session ended both sides called it a very Friendly and constructive conference. And the president taking Fau bus by the Arm said with a smile Well Good Luck to you and i Hope it All works out All the separate Eisenhower Fau bus statements seemed to under Ore that any information other ban generalities As to what went in at the two hour and 10-minute meeting the two held would not begin to come out until Faubus returns to Little Rock to Deal Urther with the situation there. One big question was whether he course Faubus outlined to the resident was acceptable to Eisenhower and atty. Gen. Brown Ell who sat in for a Good part of the Parley. In his prepared statement at Providence Faubus said he never Las expressed any personal Opin on regarding the 1954 supreme ourt decision ordering school in Gration. But the governor added that s not relevant. The decision is he Law of the land and must be Eisenhower also has taken that he too has declined to say whether he agrees with the supreme court. In his statement today the pres ident said the governor stated his Intel Ion to respect the decisions 01 the United states District court and of give his full cooperation in carrying out his responsibilities in re Spect to these decisions. In so doing i recognise the inescapably responsibility resting upon the governor to preserve Law and order in his slate. I am gratified by his construe Ive and cooperative Altitude at our meeting. I have assured the governor of the cooperation of ederal officials. I was pleased .0 hear from the governor of the Progress already made in the activities in the state of activities in the state of Arkansas. Desire to cooperate Faubus said he. Recognizes the Jetle Rock situation Calls for and added he bad assured the president of my de sire to cooperate with him in carrying out the duties Resing upon 30th of us under the Federal con the governor went on to say however that he must Harmon ize his action under the Arkan Sas Constitution with the require ments of. The . Constitution. After saying the supreme court integration decision is the Law of Jie land and must be obeyed Fau us added at the same time it s evident even from the Langu age of the decision itself that changes necessitated by the court orders cannot be accomplished overnight. The people of Little Rock Are Law abiding and i know expect to obey valid court orders. In this they shall have my sup Faubus did riot say Tipeti icily whether he regards the court or Ders in this Case As valid. From the Start he has asserted he called out the guardsmen to preserve Law and not to keep negroes from being Inte grated. In his statement today the governor said it is his responsibility to protect the people from Vio Lence in any then he added As i interpret the pres ident s Public statements the National administration has no thought of challenging this fact. In meeting this obligation it is essential that in proceeding to implement the orders of the co firt the complexities of integration be patiently understood Fay All those in Federal authority. When i assured the president As i have already done that i expect to accept the decision of the courts i entertain the Hope that the department of Justice and the Federal judiciary Hyill act with understanding and patience in Dis charging their and that recalled that Eisen Hower told visitors earlier that patience is the important thing in working out integration prob lems. Little Rock folks puzzled angered Little Rock ark., sept. 14 is reactions in Little Rock today to. The statement issued by president Eisenhower and gov. Orval Faubus after their conf rent in Newport r. I., ranged All the Way from puzzlement through anger to wait and see either Side of the Andrei Gromyko he Means business handshake ends talk president Eisenhower shakes hands and says Good Bye to gov. Orval Faubus of Arkansas of end of their talk yesterday in Newport. A photo fax on sept. 23 judge orders Virginia mixing Alexandria va., sept. 14 up a Federal judge today ordered the admission of seven negroes to All White schools in neighbouring Arlington county. He said their parents need not comply with Virginia s Pupil placement Law. . Do. Judge Albert v. People had sought an injunction 3r3 an used Sharp language to at tack the placement heart of Virginia s declared policy of massive resistance to racial integration in the schools. Submission to that act amounts almost to assent to a racially segregated he said. The judge ordered the seven negroes admitted to three Arling on schools on sept. 23. The Par its of Only one of the seven signed a Pupil placement form required under the state Law. Judge Bryan said that if a Nero Parent signed this form he would not have an unfettered and ree tribunal to act on his request for admission of his child to a White school. Sigma order the state Pupil placement Board which considers re quests still deliberates on a racial he said under threat of loss of state Money to the applicants schools if children of different races Are taught judge Bryan referred Here to another new state Law which would deny state funds to Inte grated schools. The judge signed an order which restrained the Arlington school Board from refusing to admit the students or enrol or educate them at the schools to which they had made application for admin the seven negroes were refused admission to White schools on opening Day of classes sept. 5. Attorneys for the nations Assn. For the advancement of coloured to prohibit county school officials from barring the negroes from White schools. In new York Roy Wilkins a act executive Secretary said of the court s action we Are pleased that the Citi Zens of Arlington who Long ago announced their intentions to de segregate their schools have now Jeen freed from the restriction imposed upon them by the Virginia state government. We believe Many other localities in the South would initiate de segregation programs if they were not Hamstrung by state govern Pupil placement Laws have been adopted by a number of South Ern states since the supreme. Court ruled in 1954 that Public school segregation is unconstitutional. Virginia s placement act enacted last year took the Power of assigning pupils to specific schools rom local school boards and placed in a three Man Hoard appointed by the governor. The avowed purpose of the Law is been to circumvent the supreme court s integration decree. No mention of races is made in he placement Law but half a dozen standards for making Pupil assignment1 arc. Specified. They include the welfare of the child and other children in the school availability of facilities availability of transportation a Lilure and intangible social Scien Ifica Russia s Gromyko lands in Jet to Lead his nation s in Crew Mcguire air Force base sept. 14 foreign minister Andrei Gromyko tonight flew Here in a history making rus Sian Jet Airliner in Toko personal charge of his country s embattled Len Llyd nations delegation. On Iho heels of a . Rebuke to his nation for ils suppression 28 aides debarked Here and left by limousine for new York 60 Miles away. The streamlined Silver aircraft same plane which made the first civilian Moscow hulled Stales run sept. Through Cloudy skies to touch Down Al . The trip took 18 and i hours which was 3 and 4 hours Fensler than the first night. A delegation of 20 russian . Personnel headed by soviet ambassador Georgl in Rubin. Met the Lane. One member curried n bouquet of roses or mrs. Grom of Hungary Gromyko some i Witti Iviree i Tel and rest Stop overs Yoko. Karshin snid i Haven t any thing to say about the . Cen sure. Mrs. Mclaughlin Dies at Hospital mrs. Eva Rhodes Mclaughlin. 84, Effing in died at a local Hospital at . Yesterday. Surviving Are three sons Al Bert w and Robbie ecu Hugh. Lin Elf Ingham. And Ernest ii. Me Laughlin Birmingham two Sis ters mrs. Rcd Pri Volle Darling inn and mrs. John Rulherford of or Droit Mich. One brother b. Rhodes of Effing am nine grand children and our great grand children. Funeral services will he hold monday at . At n locution to he announced inter by the in funeral Home. Interment will follow at it. Hope cemetery judge Bryan orders integration nobody on fierce dispute Over integration Here expressed outright satisfaction. A source close to Faubus told the Arkansas Democrat i think the governor is pre pared to meet the Federal govern ment head on in litigation in All phases which might also resolve the differences of Powers of a dual sovereignty system state and fed eral. It does t sound to me like he has abdicated any responsibilities under the constitutions of Arkan Sas a and the . To maintain the the newspaper said he source could not be identified. Faubus telephoned the demo crat before he left Newport today. What does it All he was asked. I can t say anything now but i Hope to see you All when i get Faubus replied. A leading Legal authority in Little Rock set at rest speculation As to whether Faubus must wait until he is physically inside the Borders of the stale to Issue an order withdrawing the National guard from Central High school in Little Point of the 12-Day Battle. There is no constitutional re Striction on the governor issuing orders to the guard in respect to being in or out of the Thi attorney said. He asked not to be identified up mrs. William l. Roberts Mother of Terrance Roberts one of the negro students who were turned away by the guardsmen when he attempted to enrol in the High school said "1 Don t understand Low the president would let get away with some Jiing like that. If you read be Ween the lines you can see thai he governor does t intend to withdraw the troops. I m fed up with the whole thing. I guess we will have to Wail until the court hearing to find out where we Harry Ashmore executive editor of the Arkansas Gazette said it appears to me that or. Faubus got no concessions from the fed eral government. He indicates More clearly than he has in the past that he accepts the Juristic lion of . Court and Wil obey its orders. We won t know finally what his course will be until we find Oul what he does with the National mrs. L. Bates president o the Arkansas division the National Assn. For the advancement of coloured people said because of the fragmentary information available it is not possible the know exactly what the presiden and gov. Faubus discussed o . There is no doubt however hat and the parents Little Rock and the South were a peeling and deserving of a Clear and forthright statement of the ederal government s intention to support its mandates. Until responsible state and ederal officials fulfil their sworn ledges to uphold the Constitution f the United states there will continue to be confusion and Vio is hoped that both the resident and the governor took Ull cognizance of this at the con Terence this Amis Guthridge of he citizens Cotmil Here said before i make a Tate mint i will have to. Know lore about what went on at new conference Deal Graceful pullback Detroit sept. 14 gov. Orval Faubus and president Eisenhower made a Deal in which the a Kansas governor agreed to gracefully withdraw National guard troops from embattled Little Rock Centra High school the Detroit news said return said the news the Justice department exer Cise rest nine ill its prosecution a pending Federal court order a Snow 01 cause Why he should not he in joined from using guardsmen to Block racial integration at the school. The copyrighted Story by Rob Ert s. Ball said the information came from the highest possible authority utter the president and of. Iii inns rout Loday Al new port . Order directing the school to in Legrate the races for the first Tim in ils history. Nine negroes tried to enrol to weeks ago and were turned Awa by Rille carrying guardsmen. N Oiler negroes have tried to ener. Gov. Faubus contended troops were called out to Forestal Iclal violence which he said h lad reasons to believe was imminent. Under the agreement said the news Faubus would pull out clonal guard troops and turn policing Powers Over to a possibly augmented stale police and to the local municipal at find. Faubus order. National guard troops have surrounded hip High so Linn and Kepi students despite Federal court area deaths mrs. Dulsy Anderson Flor ence. Willie Nelson . Mrs. Price City. Mrs. .1. J. Morris Hartsel Lect of tells pages a. 4 escapees jailed ,4 stiff Loose Greenville s.c., sept. H w four of the eight prisoners Tio escaped from Greenville county jail Early today had been Recap ired by sheriffs deputies this afternoon. One of the captured escapees Joel Bennefield 18, in a statement o deputies said that he and Sev eral fellow escapees used a dozen acc saw Blades in sawing out of he new Wing of the jail which went into use Only two weeks ago. Bennefield who was sentenced ast week to one year in prison for housebreaking and larceny said in and two others did most of the awing while a fourth prisoner ept watch for them. He said the saw Blades had been n the jail for three weeks concealed under a mattress. They had Een kept by a prisoner in the old Section of the Jal until he Wai moved to the new. He took the Jades with him when he was transferred Bennefield said. Bennefield and Arthur Wright 19, who is facing charges of House breaking and larceny arrested by deputies As they ran torn the Home of Bennefield s Sis or in the outskirts of Greenville. Carrie swings toward West earlier Story 1-b. Miami fla., sept. 14 predictable Hurricane Carrie swung toward the West Northwest today and moved Forward at nine Miles per hour with 115-mile winds whirling around its Center. At 5 . Est the third Hurricane was located 650 Miles East Southeast of Bermuda and about Miles due East of the Florida coast. At that time it was entered near latitude 28.5 North Longitude 54.7 West. Hurricane Force 7f . Extended 50 from the Center. The weather Bureau said a pressure Ridge in the Atlantic caused the storm to veer toward the West Northwest. Forecasters said the storm Wai expected to continue on a West Northwest course for the next 12 hours but added changes in pres sure patterns could change the course. The weather Bureau would make no predictions regarding any land areas cautiously explain ing that High and Low pressure patterns can change quickly and biter the course of the. Storrs. No land areas were threatened immediately. In an in roller forecast highest winds were estimated St 103 . Hut forecasters explained that reconnaissance planes Uvelyn did not Scouter the highest winds it that it me. Reconnaissance air Craft to clod the storm Center Dur ing the afternoon and the 111 . Wind figure was accurate

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