Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 1, 1955 · Page 2
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 2

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, December 1, 1955
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TWO EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD, THURSDAY, DECEiMBER 1, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT \D Ttkef Virginia Legislature Set To Change School System ' By PAUL DUKE •'RICHMOND. Va. Wv-A move aimed at delaying a slate constitutional convention appeared on the brink of collapse today as the Virginia Legislature moved ahead with plans to revise the slate's educational policies. *A northern Virginia-bloc remained hopeful it could muster sufficient votes to' hold ui the proposed convention, but forces favoring;; the amendment of the state constitution were more confident than ever they would beat the attempt. The convention would amend th Virginia constitution .0 permit thi state to provide tuition grants I parents who wish to avoid sending their children to integrated schools The granls would pay the admis sion cost to private schools. The U.S. Supreme Court ha ruled against segregation in th< public schools. A seven-hour public hearing lha began yesterday afternoon am ended at midnight produced a ' turnout of some 50 speakers wh< suggested various solutions to tlv school problem. A spokesman for the Gray Study Commission, which recommendec the constitutional amendment to carry out the tuition plan, said the commission had resisted "all sorts of pressures" to come up with a scheme that would call for aboli tion of the public school system. The commission members fell public schools should be main, taineri, said David Mays, attorney for the commission. At the same time, Mays warned that residents of sotithsidc Virginia were ready to-abandon public schools rather than permit integration of white and Negro pupils. Several Negro speakers were among those who called for defeat of the amendment plan and com- -pliance with the court decision. Typhoon Hits Pacific Area TOKYO Wi — A late-season tropical storm which battered the Philippines for two days blossomed into a full-blown typhoon today in the Pacific south of Okinawa. Typhoon Patsy was generating 100-mile-an-hour winds. The Far East Air Forces saic .the typhoon, moving northeast al 18 miles an hour, probably would pass between Okinawa and Iwo Jima and blow itself out at sea. At Manila, the Philippine Red Cross said the storm' left 36 known dead, more than 100 missing and widespread damage, Newspaper reports said 129 persons were miss ing in boat disasters. Only one of Montana's 56 counties does not have a newspaper. Oliver Hill, Richmond attorney who is state legal counsel for the National Assn. Jor the Advancement of Colored People, said segregation laws had worked as a "tremendous disgrace" to the Negro race. "You talk about sti»les' rights," declared Hill to the legislators. "What about individual rights?" Reich Leader Slaps Soviet BONN, Germany W) — Foreign Minister ileinrich von Brenlano told the Russians today that normal relations between West Germany and the 'Soviet Union are impossible so long as -Moscow blocks the reunification of Germany. In 'a government declaration delivered to the- cheers of the Bunde- stag,' Von Brentano firmly ruled out separate, bilateral negotiations between Bonn and Moscow on the East-West deadlock over the question of uniting his divided nation. Hope Will Entertain Gh In Iceland Christmas Eve' HOLLYWOOD—(INS)—The Air Force announced today that Comedian Bob Hope, perennial favorite of American troops, will entertain military personnel in Iceland this Christmas Eve. It will be the fifth straight Christmas season that Hope has spent bringing the Yuletide spirit to overseas troops. He will spend this Christmas Eve at Keflavik Air Force Base in Iceland. Hope was invited to the base by Lt. Gen. 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