Denton Record-Chronicle (Newspaper) - June 20, 1956, Denton, Texas WANT ADS ASK THE MAN WHO USES DENTON A J i HRD YEAR OF DAILY NO. 271 Growing Newspaper For A Growing Area JUNE 20, 195C 74 Killed CLOUDY IMPROVISED HOSPITAL Gerald R. assistant administrator for the Federal Civil Defense ministration CYTIA -i M r L. improvised hospital unit to R low Hospital The improvised hospital unit is on its Sam It was devised for both natural and war dis tad the advice of 20 national medical organizations Staff Demo Issues Into Full Scale Feud Shapi By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A full scale legal battle loomed this midweek on the question of whether individual counties must and and I StaS T Commilee rights hive The chairman of the Stale have to put the all The proposals i lie proposals e and r W are The committee last ordered the questions submitted in WORLD EVENTS A Streamlined Report Of Important News RIOT WAGED BY MEXICAN STUDENTS Mex. Rioting Tuesday sel fire to wrecked two newspaper attacked the offices of the government political patty and the governor's Officials said the students were protesting the government's re- to grant them certain fits they had PHARMACY GROUP ELECTS HOUSTON Texas Stale Board of Pharmacy announced that Ixe T. was elected new president of the board at a meeting Other officers included Leon vice B. B. and Walter Cousins KEFAUVER TALKED FOR VEEPS ROLE Tenn. of Sen. Estes Kefauver aie the senator would be willing lo in the No. 2 place on rational Ihe Times said TITO DENIES WAR PACT WITH RUSSIA WASHINGTON The United it was learned has received an informal denial from Yugoslavia's Marshal Tilo lhat he ever predicted thai his country would march in Russia from now with a referendum a 11 e r signed by persons were calling for the The in ad- noting that the law requires such o Qualified voters jjj denounced Ihe referendum tions as to cover l0 cast for 5tale candidates in counties where the referendum proposals were the primary ballot might not count them and certify votes for candidates Robert Cargill of Longview head of the State Referendum Committee which circulated the threatened to prosecute any county Democratic com mi t- who voted to keep Ihe questions off ihe ballot Asst. Dist. Frank Adams said at Beaumont lhat it was his opinion that it is thai Ihe segregation and sition referendum questions the ballots in Jefferson At Dr. Alva man of the McLennan County Democratic said he had asked the attorney general for a ruling as to whether the dum questions had to be placed on the He said the question was not raised because of the merits of the referendum but be- cause of the added expense of placing the questions on the lots and the counting of The Harris County committee denounced the referendum as illegal effort to cover up the dals and corruption of the Shivers administration by appealing to Ku for a campaign of The wording of the Bexar County resolution was NEW STORMS THREATEN y's Airliner Disaster 20 Americans In Fiery Sea c Tito Backing ban Antonio Hit Soviet Views By Flash Flood On Red China By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS with the only shower activity in Fickle Texas which the along the Gulf Ci threatened isolated sections of the state Wednesday with more More than three inches of rain flooded streets and homes in the University Park and Loma Park areas of northwest San Water four to six feet deep coursed down some ping four unidentified boys in a Highway patrolman Eddie rescued Jerry Valley said his parked on Woodlawn was carried more than a block by the sudden Low lying sections between Woodlawn and Ruiz streets western San Antonio were There was eight inches of water in one Ford newscaster for radio station measured 3.10 inches of rain at his No rain fell at the airport where the weather bureau is Good rains over Atascosa below San A nado dropped out of a black storm cloud seven miles west of in Karnes ripping out tele- phone three small twisters swirled through the air near causing no A fifth tornado was sighted southeast of but never touched the Wednesday began as a calm day BUDGET STUDY MEETING HELD Members of the Denton City Commission who get paid nary a cent for their efforts worked overtime again Tuesday ing to balance the city's 1956-57 The commissioners heard re- ports from four department Presenting budgets for their re- departments were A. G. chief of Tom fire J. H. garage and Rogers city at- Other department heads will submit their estimated tures at called meetings during BY CAPTURED AMERICANS Probe Launched On Collaboration By G. KELLY j WASHINGTON W ing senators sought explanation today for testimony that a third of all U.S. captured in Korea degree with the enemy under Communist More witnesses were summoned by the Senate Investigations sub- committee in exploration the nature of brainwashing and how can be trained to it. Most witnesses in Tuesdays daylong sessions said deep ious a better knowledge of both and and awareness of how brainwashing operates provide the best hope for Bert a Negro specialist on the Army adjutant general gave the testimony thai a of the recorded U.S. POWs yielded to some Cumby based that estimate f on his report a third lo The fact a third of them give their presence lo something designed for one pose to discredit our Cumby shows they at least some degree He Communist said POWs encouraged them lo Cumby said the evidence is con- elusive thai Russian officers ed the brainwashing Subcommittee Chairman Clellan said he will more light on Cumby's estimate of the number who collaborated to some and particularly on whether the indoctrination forts may have made a continuing impression on these Dr. Harold G. head of Ihe neurology at Cornell University Medical fied the effects were apt lo be the next week lo 10 Cily commissioners eaid they hoped to slash a little here and a litlle there in order to bring Ihe city estimated operating expenses down to match the estimated Early estimates indicated il will cost to operate the city during the 1936-57 fiscal year which started June 1. A final tally on the estimated revenues for the year has not been The commissioners have in- department heads to cut down their expenditures if hut said they wanted realistic don't wanl you lo ly cut down your estimates just to gel within a certain gested Commissioners Charles Floyd and L. A. we don't want you coming back later in the and asking for more money to operate your Let's be realistic about this but let's cut down where we Chairman W. F. Brooks and Commissioners F. B. Huey and W. M. Jost LONG BEAUMONT STRIKE SETTLED BEAUMONT W-A 79-day was ended here Tuesday wilh thc approval of a new contract be- tween the Gulf Coast Piping Con- Assn. and Un- ion Local 195. Gulf of Mexico off closed in Skies were partly cloudy South and East Texas and clear showers were forecast for all sections of the mis ranged from 85 at Beeville 100 at The early ident Tilo their two countries will fight to in any future wartime associate of President spoke cr a Kremlin ceremony at ich Tito and Soviet leaders signed two communiques outlining Wednesday ranged from 65 degrees at Salt Flat to 79 al Corpus Forecast In Same Old Rut Texas weathermen must lead a dull With only two their forecasts for Denton and vicinity this month have been cloudy and wilh widely mostly afternoon and ning The same forecast holds good for today and The thundershowers must have been more widely scattered than the weathermen Denton's measured at the Experiment shows only of an inch of rain this month a reading on June 3, a June 8 and June 9. As for the cloudy and portion of the the only exceptions were June when the prediction tonight and and June 14 when the prediction was cloudy and That day the registered an 89 Ihe last high reading lower lhan the 90s. So Jar this the re- corded high temperature was a 79 on June and Ihe highest was 100 registered June 8. was the first lime this year the temperature had passed the 100-mark. Il rose 32 from the of 68 that The highest minimum Ibis month was a 75. recorded in the wee hours of June 17, and Ihe lowest a was made on the morning of I. between the governments ex- pressed their agreement that Communist China should be ad- mitted to the United that Germany should be unified through negotiations rather than tlie elections which the West has and that Formosa be handed over Red hV afler M him for his War II command of Soviet armed forces which Tito said led liberation of Yugoslavia from the Fascist HAND IN HAND am convinced the people of Ihe Soviet Union and Yugoslavia will march hand in hand for peace and Zhukov re- will do all we can to assure peace in the but if a war is imposed on we will be together shoulder to shoulder as in the last war to fight for the well being of there was no way of learning immediately if Tito had any ad- vance information on what Zhukov planned Only Monday night the Yugoslav chief had told newsmen thai he had reached no military agreements with the Soviets during his Native Texan Crash Victim N.J. of the passengers aboard the ill-fated Venezuelan airliner which crashed off the Jersey coast early today was a Texan who made quent plane trips to South a. Marshal Lee Noel left his ily at their home here last night for a lo He is tive vice president of Bolivar a construction chinery firm with headquarters in Puerto and president of the Frantz Tractor of New a 49-year-old was a vice president of Allis Chalmers Manufacturing Co. He was born in and is a graduate of Texas Daniel Forces Clash Over Debate Challenge By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The camps of two Democratic candidates for the gubernatorial nomination Ralph and Sen. Price Daniel Tuesday in a hot and heavy battle of words over a June 21 public debate proposed by the North Central Lions Club of San Antonio for Ihe benefit handicapped challenged lo appear on the same platform with him Kotinj thai Ihe senator was be in San Antonio on that raid he would cancel his Pan- handle speeches to taVe part the Thc offer was rejected by which mid entire affair was conceived sponsored by one of your stale campaign managers of your un- 1954 oic Harry A Yarborough spokesman re- lhat O'Connor hsf as .in announcer on some of Austin grows but never had 01 supervisory president of the Lions said that lha WHS proposed strictly as a service Meanwhile m Wichita termed only Irne Democrat ning for in a Dallas ad- said extreme dements trying to the spoke in favor of water in- loom and said in his left-wing in country fed that this is their besl opportunity in capture Ihe nor's office and thc These are making effort to win If iriy do sue I believe il will the ci Texas back al least in Another for issi in Dallas again Hie I- ly of Daniel for ernor while he have several from rn jurists which lo be firmly thM is real thai thi or the U.S. um or will havo lo lie by stale ir to It was s worst disaster in regular airline service A rescue ship which reached the some 32 miles east of Asbury radioed it had found much debris and two It no Expect to find none The pilot of a Coast Gyard out to try to the stricken Super Constellation back to New York's Idlewild The STAND TAKEN on relations the Crash Kills Man DALLAS 18. of Garland died in a collision early today as he rushed an injured friend lo a Dallas Shrader Heads Park Board J. B. Shrader Denton Tuesday night was began lo Jettison fuel chairman of the Denton Park seconds later a ball Also ing the new year were Mart fire and look a spiraling vice and Mrs. Ray thc who was reflected was a It hit the with terrific Committee appointments 7ne plane was enveloped ed Waller who will head on thn un win nexi suasion ot tne group will be held July 3 in the Frederick J. 35 of N. said the airliner bright moonlight the rules and Mrs Hal chairman of the Next session of the group will be July 3 in the coi room of the city Attending Tuesday night's sion were Mrs. Grover Stuart Mrs. Mrs. Joe Walter and 1KARD ON The names dates inadvertently were ted from the Democratic mary election billot for County in Tuesday's story in the In Ihe lieutenant governor's A. M. Aikin Jr. of Lamar County is a In Ihe state senator's race Floyd shaw and Herman Fills are Iht Iwo And Frank Ikard of Wichita Faffs is unopposed in the race for U. S. 13lh day's report listed him as a candidate for ADLAI LEADING DELEGATE BID By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Adlai continued lo Some favor of President Eisenhower and only 662 ore needed for the halt the delegates needed for stale presidential A new Associated Press lalion of pledges and expressed first ballol preferences gave T a. few votes in re- in enson 301K, Sen. 165 and Gov. Averell of New York A total of 686V1 voles is needed for Harriman's total rose Tuesday with the naming by the New York Democratic State of a 12-vote group to complete the state's 93-vote Thc division in the lion is Dili votes for Harriman and m for Other presidential possibilities represented in the were Sen. Lyndon son of Texas with 57 Gov. Frank of Sen. Symington of 46'.j; Gov. G. Williams of others 13 and 356 have yet to name gates wilh 224 Republicans have picked Lire VA Unil Gets Fund WASHINGTON W House and Senate conferees Tuesday a Senate provision of 2 Government Sued OKLAHOMA CITY government was sued for 10 million dollars by Ihe Grand River Dtm Authority of suit has invaded the an- of convention checks in West Virginia and putting him a little further in front of Harriman who did not an- until and had fought a number of primary and engaged .in no primaries himself picked up new votes in his home Motorist Being Helpful Crashes Into Car Ahead Three Denton automobile owners were out for an estimated total of damages Tuesday in two minor The first occurring at a flat lire to the driver of another car When h eyes 3. h suddenly realized a third car in front of had hailed for the Mop sign at North Locust's inter- section with Highway 24. Although he applied his the auto- mobiles Damage to his car was ed at and damage to Ihe other automobile at only No tickets were The second accident occurred al East Prairie and South Locust at p.m. when a 1949 Mercury and a 1955 Chevrolet were involved in a No damage was done lo the whose Garland Walters of Koule 1. was failure lo was a frightening It was a big bail of It all happened very of flame broke The plane TWO MILES UP It was nearly two miles up when it began Ihe fatal The Coast Guard of M degrees until the water at a.m. said there was a ex- and thai there were flames on the water for about 10 He said he couldn't land his own although it was ah he spoiled an oil slick and including handbags miscellaneous in the The airliner about 32 miles east pi N. -J and 40 to SO 10 minutes flying H had taken off Caracas from Idlewild at 11-1D p.m. an-hour later the Capt. Luis F. Platu of radioed that he was having engine trouble and was turning He was then 250 miles east of Va. GAS CATCHES FIRE Later he calmly he was routine measure an emergency landing is anticipated then came his matic caught amphibian had just come in sight of the airliner said one engine was feathered oh ils left the propellor was he fire appeared have broken out in an engine on the right The craft ly dived into the There a crew were 64 passengers and of 10 on the Eighteen of the passengers and New York at midnight for was directed lo the crash scene and picked up the CRASH WITNESSED An Eastern Air Lines plane crew also saw the flaming crash as did a fisherman on the beach N.J. The John year-old and a veteran of World War made my cast and when I came up the beach my line I saw this thing coming He said it appeared lo be 15 or PLANE mostly afternoon Partly cloudy and warm with widely SOUTH Partly cloudy and warm this tonight and wilh scattered mostly afternoon and evening Gentle lo moderate south winds on the TEMPERATURES Malta T High Tuesday Low this morning i High year Low year ago Sun sels today at Ises Thursday at a.m. Den Ion County rainfall ftf 9.60, This last 17.45.