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Houston School System
Now Looks To N.O. Court
For Segregation Stay
BV ASSOCIATED PR E SSI
7 h#* Houston school district, th *
country s i,truest racially sc«re|ia-
tM system, hoped this morning
th.it the filth circuit court of aj>-
p«'als in Ncu Orleans would delay
cle segregation in its schools.
The federal court yesterday set
a hearing foi t«*r a m next Tuos-
davinorninn on the Houston school
bo;ud s appeal It appeared to be
North And East
Parts Of County
Best For Birds
In calling around this morning
f"i a report on the opening day of
hn <1 season, the reports all fell
basically into the same vein. Re-
torts Irom the western part* ol the
county showed feu or no birds
South the actum was a liltIc more
li\ely. lint requiring a considerable
amount 'if hard hunting Very leu,
if anv limits were filled The only
reports of limits being filled seem-
ed to come from the north and
nothieast Most birds killed were
said to be young ones, with very
few older birds seen these last
fI> inc late to water
The theory on the scarcity of
birds seems to be that since the
rains started the weeds hav,. put
on new growth and they have stop-
ped dropping seeds so the birds
have moved on to new sources of
lood Reports have stated 'hat there
aie few buds in areas where there
was an abundance two weeks ago
the s( hool board's last chance to
forestall integration of its first
tirade as previously ordered by
federal district Judge Ben Conn-
i lie Houston school board presi-
dent, Dr Henry A Petersen, said
yesterday he still was attempting
to get Governor Price Daniel to
interpose in the situation Daniel
so far has refused to take an\ part
and says the integration question
is a local matter,
Karlier yesterday, the L" S Su-
preme Court refused to delay in -
testation tor the Houston school
In another integration develop-
ment at Houston this one last
night, a group of white pickets
marched around the Foley Broth-
ers Department stoic. They carried
signs protesting Foley's week-old
integrated lunch counters
Signs read Fooey on Foley's".
"I'd die for Dixie. " "This store
unfair to white folks." and the Hou-
ston papers betrayed the people "
Police, who cruised the area
continually during the picketing,
said seven men, seven women and
two youths t'>ok part in the picket-
Foley's is one of a group of Hous-
ton stores which completed a week
of de segregated eating services
In .lacKsonville. Florida, a Negro
leader said five negro gangs with
2,000 to 3.000 members were be-
hind most of the vandalism which
had taken place in that city.
In Dunn. North Carolina, seven
Indian children were stopped from
In Virginia, seven Negro pupils
were turned away when they at-
tempted to register at white schools
in Stafford and Portsmouth.
CASTRO REGIME SEIZES
AMERICAN CHAIN STORE
BEGIN STRIKE —Transport Worker^ Union president Mike Quill,
second from nqht. leads pickcts in strike against the Pennsylvania
Railroad in Philadelphia. Pennsylvania closed down its entire line
frorr New York to St. Louis.
Khrushchev Will Bring
Strong Supporting Cast
How Students To Arrests Follow
Register Told Attempt To Kill
Congo ese Chief
In response to numerous inquir-
ies in connection with elementary j
school registrations Superinten-
dent John (Julveil today said that
no definite information would tie
avsilbale rega.ding placement of
elementary srlvol students when
classes open Tucsdav
It was previously announced that
Fast Ward students would attend
classes in the new building, but
rafeteiia facilitie. will not be ready
(ot u* e
The North Ward students have
not been placed to date since school
officials are unable to determine j
if the building will l>e ready, and
ssU,.i ( nlwell stated that an an-
poiin. ement will be made Sunday or
Mondav on the radio regarding this
building and s'udent placements
He icqiiested all parents to listen
for this announcement
If no official anouneement is
heaid Fast Ward students are to
Ko 'o the Fast Ward school and
Soith Waid students aie to go to
if,,. North Ward school
NEW YORK Soviet Premier
Khrushchev will have a strong sup-
[ porting cast when he is in New
| York for the opening of the U.N.
General Assembly September 20
In announcing his visit last night,
! Khrushchev said he will bring gov-
I ernment chiefs from the Soviet biot-
as well as first line Russian diplo- Hong Kong
mats shchev will be wasting his
Khruschehv's visit means Presi-
dent Eisenhower almost certainly
| will ataten da U.N. session, al-
though probably not the same as
the Soviet leader, to refute any
; anti-West arguments Khrushchev
has to offer British Prime Min-
presidential elections. And it is
believed by some oi ervt. a .n«
be an attempt on Khrushchev's
part to strengthen his position with-
in the Communist movement and
to embarrass the present U. S.
The Chinese Communist press in
said, in effert. Khru-
attending the general assembly ses-
sion. But Peiping Radio, official
voice of Red China abroad, main-
tained silence on the announce-
ment Communist China's Mao Tse-
Tung has been opposed all along to
summit meetings to which he has
not been invited.
ister Macmillan also may
But President De Gaulle of France Njxon AnJ Kennedy PlqiT Campaigns
The Bu< karoos are not the only
team in tlu; district with injuiy
tinuhlcs. The Browuwood Lions
lost their fust string quarterback
in a three-way scrimmage in Abi-
lene The I.ions were playing Stam-
ford and Winters when Jimmy
Herman rcinjured a knee that slow-
ed him some last year Ben Elled-
ge is slated to replace the injured
Herman. Urown\vood opens Sep-
tember 9 against the San Angclo
Sweetwater's Mustangs near
the end of their two - a - cla\ work-
out sessions, continued their work
on running offense against the
Breckenridge Buc'itaroo proposed
defenses and their defenses against
the proposed Buck offense. The
Ponies have been having "good"
workouts, according to Coach F.I-
wood Turner. Colds and virus at-
tacks have taken their toll in the
practice sessions say the coaches,
but no serious injuries have as yet
hit the squad.
The Vernon Lions have lost Ro-
bert Key for about a week. Key
has ail injured elbow. Also, Jerry
Cargle is out due to a hip injury,
but apparently not for too long.
Vernon meets Quanah in Vernon
as their opening game. Brownwood
has selected Vernon as the dark-
horse winner of district 4-AAA.
Weatherford has scrimmaged
Castlcberry. Cleburne. Temple, and
Arlington Heights and has been
stcadly improving. The Kangaroos
have suffered only one small in-
jury and that was a sprained ankle
hv A. D. Preston, their fullback.
The injury was not thought to be
LEAVES U.N. POST —United Nations Secretary Gen. Daq Hammarsk-
jold. left, bids qcodbye to U.N. Ambassador and Mrs. Henry Cabot
Lodge at 3 farewell party for Lodge at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in
New York. Lodge is leaying his post at the U.N. to devote his time to
his campaign for the GOP vice presidency.
Arrest Made In
WASHING TON ,P — Thirty-three- I .
Harry Milam has h:'s
I.EOPOI.DVILI.E — A lead-
ing opponent of Congolese Premier
Lumumba, .lean Bolikango, is un-
der arrest And the Congo govern-
ment accuses his party of trying
to assassinate Lumumba and Pre-
sident Kasavtibu There are uncon-
firmed reports that 1-umumba him-
self * as on hand to take Bolikango
into custody when he was brought
is not expected. He has never
shown a very high regard for the
Khrushchev ostensibly Is coming
to present again the Soviet plan
for disarmament However, top of-
ficials in Washington suspect he
has arranged his visit to boast
of some spectacular new Soviet
It was recalled that only a few-
days in advance of his so-called
good will visit to the U.S. last Sep- day
tember. the Russians announced
CANDIDATES ROVE TO FRONT
AS CONGRESSMEN SCATTER
A government spokesman says 1 they had shot a rocket to the moon
Bolikango was arrested in his na- Khrushchev is not coming as an
live equator province and is now I invited guest. As head of a mem-
being held at camp l^copold sec- ber nation he has the privilege of
ond military headquarters of the attending UN sessions. UN head-
Congolese arms It's understood quarters will be transferred into a
that other members of his Puna , virtual fortress for
partv were arrested with him. Lum- forestall any
umha accused Bolikango two weeks Khrushchev captured banner
ago ol trying to start a secession-
ist movement in Equator province.
The Lumumba government also nations, it was the major foreign
maintains that the Puna party
headlines around 'he world with
his announcement. In most western
Seen or Heard
by C. M. H.
*"L-t cf people lot up sweat and
r, „ qnod dose of sunshine yes-
terday tor first fme .n loon time-
hunt'ng doves . Scheduled foot-
K.M play will be onencd near here
trnlgbt when A.bany and O.ney
m t at R P m- ,n olnev • ' •
,,rq. number of oolfers from Ihere
' .ii tak- ,he 00,, wornev
That opens m Albany tomorrow.
to the Breckenridge
asked not to pay foi
any one who
was offered two ministers in the
government, but that Bolikango
would not be content with anything
but the presidency or prime mini-
ster s job, which he did not get.
UN Fires First
Shots In Congo
NEW YORK r — The United
Nations reported today that at
least 270 persons have lost their
lives in a flareup of bloody fight- f.l E#*— T
ing between Congolese soldiers and 1 JCT ■ WI I OvOy
news of the day. vying for space
with the Olympic games
In Washington .the view of Eis-
enhower's advisers is that he
should avoid anv face-to-face meet-
ing with Khrushchev. They sav Eis-
enhower's reply preferably will he
given alter Khrushchev has left
Many Senators of both parties
view the Soviet leader's move as
an attempt to influence the U.S.
Xmeric an are
pive a stub receipt
a l Ft Sill
2nd LI Dale E Boyett
run. no arrest.
Chamber of Commerce ©"".a's
tcHay were showing sites here to
,n industrial prospect who let
them Vnow suddenly Y«terday aft-
Irnoon he would be here today_
W O Lao was to be returned
from Temple today in
ambulance - went ,hcre .
w.«e several days ago and became
i himself Members of Troop
9q to leave this a,,ern00n,,°rKlJ"
outing camp—to return Satuday
There will be a BCYM meeting
Sunday afternoon it 5 .to at the
first Methodist Church Bob
P t/er. here Irom Houston with his
fa mil v until Monday. shi«I the Rob-
ert Rav Herrings, also former res,-
dents ate doing well theie . .
The Reverend Wilson Rowland
back from three weeks vacation in
Santa Fe and I aos
von again tomorrow
A U N sponesman in the Congo
discloses that Moroccan L'. N.
troops fired on attacking armed
Congolese civilians in the Thysville
area yesterday, and killed one per-
son This is the first time the U.
N. troops have opened fire in their
mission to try to restore order in
the Congo The spokesman says the
U N forces first fired in the air
in an elfort to disarm the Congo-
lese. then fired at them
Funeral services for Terry I.ynn
Waldrep. infant son of Mr and
Mrs. Claude L. Waldrep of New-
castle, were to be held at two p
m. todav in the Satterwhite Funer-
al Home chapel with Robert Ogles-
hy officiating. Burial was to follow-
in the Breckenridge Cemetery.
The infant died Tuesday night
in Stephens Memorial Hospital
where he was born Tuesday morn-
Bits Of Late News Off A. P. Wires
rial today minimized Communist
The national safety council In Chi.
cago estimates that most of the
nation's 73 million cars will be on
the road at some time over this
holiday weekend And it predicts a-
lK>ut 460 traffic deaths, unless dri-
vers are careful.
restrictions on travel into Berlin
and said no reprisals are planned
against the East Germans.
WASHINGTON .?> — Presidential
candidates moved front and cen-
ter on the I960 campaign stage to-
as Congress members scatter-
ed to pursue votes in their home
Senator John Kennedy, the De-
mocratic candidate, named a two-
man committee to prepare sweep-
ing civil rights legislation for the
next session of congress.
Vice President Nixon. thP Reptib.
lican candidate announced he will
start a 9.000-niile swing through
11 states September 12th. the day
after he is due out of the hospital
where he is laid up with a knee
Governor Nelson Rockefeller ol
New York, once a rival for the G.
O P nomination, visited Nixon in
the hospital and announced he
would make 120 speeches across
the country for the Nixon ticket.
As the R6th congress atljourned
yesterday, Kennedy called a news
conference to announce he has ask-
ed representative Emanuel Cellei
| of New York and Senator Joseph
Clark of Pennsylvania to prepare
legislation to carry out the Demo-
cratic party's platform pledges^on
ATLANTA. Ga. <ffi — A Dallas
man. Norman E. Bowden. has been
indicted bv a federal grand jury in
Atlanta Georgia, on charges ol
swindling some 2.000 persons out of
more than million dollars.
An insurance de«'«l was involved.
District Attorney Charles D.
Read Jr of Atlanta said Bowden
took about S 100.000 for himself with
the rest of the money going for sal-
aries, commissions, and opera-
Soviet Premier Khrushchev is
due in Finland shortly, for the an- 23 days of crisis
nounced purpose of helping Presl-:
dent Kekonnen celebrate his 60th
birthday this weekend. One finish
inlormants puts the country's ex-
pected reception ot Khrushchev this j and Northern ohlo.
VERNON '*> — A 4-H Cltih boy
from near Vernon. Freddie Streit.
has won first place in the Central
U S. Bov Tractor Operators con-
test at Michigan State University.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto
Streit. young Streit won the right
to represent Texas during the 4-H
— Club Roundup at Texas A&M Col-
At least seven persons have been |ege jn June
killed and 25 injured as a result of o
severe storms in lower Michigan
The new government of I.aos,
pledged to a neutralist foreign po-
licy. was sworn in today, and the
i country returned to normal after
civil rights. This pledge was to
use the powers of the government
to end racial discrimination in vot-
ing education, housing, employ-
ment and other fields
Kennedy said the political atmos-
phere of the August session of con-
gress "prevented action on a farm
hill and on edequate minimum
wage, housing, health care for the
aged and education bills." as well
as civil rights.
Kennedy then took off for Man-
chester. New Hampshire, for a
campaign speech today.
Nixon's first big campaign swing
will carry him north, south, east
and west to 18 cities and towns.
His trip will range from opening
a plowing contest at Guthrie Cen-
ter Iowa, to opening the Minnesota
republican campaign September
Is Near End
i Testimony in the trial of Hulen
! Joe Williams and John Wayne Do-
• ver charged with assualt on Mrs.
John Bachman. had ended at mid.
morning today with the exception
of one slate witness. Arguments
were expected to follow this niorn-
Cist of the testimony introduced
has been the state contending that
the accused on the night of April
7 I960 found Mrs. Bachman in a
stalled car about a half mile inside
the Young County line on the high-
way from Breckenridge to Graham
and dragged her out of the ear
and attacked her Mrs Bachman
on the witness' stand testified she
had spent the evening in Brecken-
ridge and was on her way to her
home in Graham when attacked
She is employed in Breckenridge
and formerly iived here.
Testimony of the defense was
that the affair was a party by con-
sent of Mrs Bachman contacted
earlier on the street in Brecken-
been arrested at Carbondale. Illi-
nois, in connection with the August
25th kidnap-jnurder c.- a 17-year-old
i waitress. Mary Lilly Ellen Roberts.
Milani's arrest was announced
in Washington early Friday by the
! Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Three days after she disappear-
ed, the body of the young waitress
was located in a 30-foot well shaft
on an abandoned homesite three
miles north of Herrin, Illinois.
F. B. I director J. Edgar Hoover
says Milani, a convicted murderer,
has been identified by 20-year-old
John Bryant, a Murphysboro. III-
■ inois. barber as his assailant in a
lover's lane shooting at the crab
orchard lake, Illinois wildlife re-
Milani is the owner of a 1955
'Buicfci sedan, the same year and
model car into which the gunman
dragged the screaming Roberts
girl after shooting Bryant in the
Milani. a resident of Marion. III-
■ inois. had heen sought by state au-
thorities and the F. B. I. since the
shooting and kidnaping.
Hoover said a complaint would
he filed by the F B. I. early Fri-
day morning at Benton, Illinois be-
fore a U. S. commissioner.
Milani. who is unemployed, will
he charged with assault with at-
tempt to murder Bryant on a gov-
Texas 4-H Club
Boy Big Winner
JfST me°arsurTeh4of cv,M tlon
influence of good women.
way: "We will smile at him. but
no huge public demonstrations have
Moment: A been planned."
In Japan, the secretary-general '
of tan extremist student organiza-
tion has been arrested after elud-1
j i un.M; ing police lor 78 days. His group
I led demonstrations which resulted
I in cancellation of President Eisen-
! hower's scheduled visit in June. I State Hospital In Missouri. Two
- i were recaptured shortly after the
I A W'ejt Gertjuo government otU-1 eicpe,
| LAREDO ifi—A 14-year-old 1^-
Thp founder of an old age pen- rPdo hoy. Jorge Sanchez, drowned
sion plan that bore his name. Dr. | yesterday while swimming with
Francis Townsend, has died in l-os two friends in Lake Casa Blanca
Angeles at the age of 83. The lake is three miles east of
Laredo. Firemen recovered the
Officers arc searching for five body.
of seven criminals who escaped j ^^^^finance yourTar at"tivi |
from the insane ward at Futon , F(rg| national bank you may place
four Insurance wtth the •••nt at
N. Court Phone HI M43*
4 few isolated late afternoon
and evening thundershowers.
itherwise generally fsir through
Saturday. Net much chanq in
temperatures. Lowest tonight in
the 70s. hiah Saturday in the
90s. Low yesterday 63. high
Thursday 95. Light southerly
AUSTIN <V> — The new Univer-
sity of Texas dean of men is Dr.
Carl V. Brcdt, He succeeds Jack
Holland who recently became dir-
ector of the University personnel
Former football coach Ed B.
Price was named asistant dean of
student life, and Miss Helen Flin
was appointed associate dean of
Price also is director of student
activities, and Brcdt also is asso-
ciated dean of student life. Brcdt
will be responsib,, for men's dis-
eiplonary cases, general housing
Houston Vice Raid
Nets 31 Persons
HOUSTON </? Vice squad raiders
early today arrested 31 persons at
a Houston night spot The place
raided was the Carousel Club, a
"For members only" night club.
The owner two waitresses and a
! bartender were later booked with
: 27 of their customers.
Two Are Admitted
To Local Hospital
Stephens Memorial Hospital re-
ported two admissions and two dis-
missals during the past 24 hours.
Admissions included Stella Beaird
ind Gerald M. Machcn.
Gerald M. Machen and Mrs.
Clyde Young and baby were dismis-
WASHINGTON .-Pi—'The Rtith Con-
adjourned. probably for
after a post-convention
session that produced disappoint-
ments lor both the Democrats and
President Eisenhower. The House
quit first last night, the Senate
following some five hours later
after last minute debate on funds
for a watchdog committee to check
on radio-TV coverage of politics.
The proposal died.
Leaders in both political camps
were less than enthusiastic when
the windup came.
Senator John Kennedy said the
Republican aim in the short session
was to embarrass the Democrats
and conceal what he called the
empty negative record of the GOP.
House Republican leader Charles
Halleck of Indiana .said the August
session was an exercise in futility
and blamed the Democrats.
The record of the 8«th Congress
as a whole gave limited comfort
to Eisenhower. Numerous of his
recommendations were passed up.
The 19*50 session of this Congress
voted more than 82 billion dollars
in appropriations, a record in any
Over the two-year span of the
86th, probably the three major ac-
tions were to admit Hawaii as the
50th state; pass a far-reaching
labor law; and approve a civil
Kills 15 Yanks
BONN i/P — A routine training
I exercise by the U S. army in Ger-
j many was marred today bv the
explosion of a large caliber arti-
\ llery shell in a tent camp in the
■ training area The army annotinc-
| ed that 15 American soldiers were
killed and 28 injured, some ser-
iously The accidents took place
in the Grafenwoehr. in North Bav-
aria rhout 30 miles from the bor-
' der with Czechoslovakia.
The shell reportedly landed out-
' side the artillery impact area.
West German police, who put the
death toll at Ifi say three large
tents filled with soldiers were des-
troyed. An army investigation is
Cuba May Break
U. S. Relations
In Blast Today
I Ry ASSOCIATED PRESS)
The Fidel Castro regime in Cuba
has seized a five million dollar
\meric.in - owned supermarket
chain in Havana province. The
\merican operators of the Minimax
chain are accused of adopting a
hostile attitude toward Cuban em-
ployes and threatening to close
down The chain was established se-
veral years ago by American resi-
dents in Havana.
The State Department has shown
newsmen a copy of an allegedly
talse document purporting to show
the U. S. as trying to sabotage a
conference which the Fidel Castro
regime wanted to promote. News
officer Lincoln White in W'ashing-
ton said documents of this type
have been used by the Castro gov-
ernment and communist propagan-
dists He did not sav where the de-
partment thinks the document ori-
Havana was to be the scene today
of a mammoth rally, formally cal-
led "the general assembly of the
Cuban people." Prime Minister Fi-
del Castro has called the rally to
protest the organization of the
American States' condemnation of
Communist intervention in the Wes-
It appeared something important
was afoot for the rally. Some ob-
servers believe Castro would use
the occasion to break off diploma-
tic relations with the U. S. It also
is believed he may confiscate the
remaining American property on
And the State Department says
the Castro regime may deliberately
stage a dramatic new anti-U. S.
incident to promote attendance 8t
the rally. The department warned
of public revulsion should any in-
nocent Cubans be killed or injured.
DALLAS f -Two-vear-old Watt
A'taway u">t plenty of action yes-
terday when he tried out the fam-
ily auto lor the first time.
The tnt. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Attaway, was playing ir
the car when it is believed he re-
relased the emergency brake.
That did it.
The car rolled dovn the driveway
across the street, and plunged into
a 15-foot deep fish pond.
Two young uncles of Watt and l
9-year-old brother. Jay Wayna
Tanzy. rushed to the rescue.
Marvin went into the submerge!
automobile through an open win-
flown and pulled Watt out of ths
car and to the surface.
Except for being a little scared.
Watt was none the worse for his
Sellers To Head
Plans For Kennedy
SULPHUR SPRINGS W — For-
mer attorney general of Texas Gro-
ver Sellers has been named co-or-
dinator for th« 4-state welcome be-
ing planned in Texarkana for De-
mocratic presidential nominee
John F. Kennedy.
The big day in Texarkana is
Sellers, now a Sulphur Springs at-
torney. will work with Democrats
from Arkansas. Oklahoma, and
Louisiana in planning the event for
the touring Kennedy.
GRADE A MARIGOLD MILK
irkk ice Co—mi v. waNwr
Railway Strike Causes Shutdown By
Chevrolet; Holiday To Help Some
i By ASSOCIATED PRESS!
The Labor Day holiday beginn
ing this afternoon will give com
matlv shipped by Grand Trunk.
The Pennsylvania strike caused
Chrysler Corporation to lay off
fii about two-thirds of its employes
mutcrs who usually used the strike- jn Akron. Ohio, because of a lack
bound Pennsylvania Railroad a 0f freight transportation.
respite from make-shift transpor- Federal Railway Mediator Fran-
tation. but it is forcing thousands rjs O'Neill Jr. savs he will continue
of regular travelers to seek altern- meeting separately with the com-
ate methods of getting away for pan.v and the two unions involved
the weekend. The Hill force of the jn the Pennsylvania strike through
strike on other business is not ex- Monday. He's trying to lay the
pected to be felt until after Labor groundwork for fruitful joint nego-
Dav. if the strike is still in effect, tiations
In the Middle West, the Grand
Trunk Western Railroad is also a'
a standstill because of a strike.
The Grand Trunk strike has af-
fected commuters between Pontiac
- ,. ^ . K. and Detroit, as well as other trav-
Vh«n *ou finance your'car attha : elerj. And chevroiet shut down
*lrH National Bank Ita flnanead Uj motQr pl#nt ln rilnt Michigan,
becauM Of a pUeup of otor| nor-
•Itti tow tank Interact rat —
Efforts are continuing in Pitts-
burgh. Pennsylvania, to avert pos-
sible strikes by the Brotherhood
of Ralroad Trainmen against var-
ious railroads serving U.S. Steel
plants One such line, the Union
Railroad in Pittsburgh, is already
closed down by a strike of malnt«
enance men and other#. __ ■
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