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Lawton Constitiution (Newspaper) - September 17, 1963, Lawton, Oklahoma VOLUME 31 AP UPI THIRD AND A OKLA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 77 18 PAGES SINGLE COPY EDITION KITTENISH MOOD New York Gov Nelson A feller cuddles one of two kittens presented him and Mrs Rockefeller by a little girl in New York City The child was so excited she referred to Mrs Rockefeller as Mrs Kennedy The Rockefellers assured the youngster that the kittens would get a good home AP Wirephoto Goldwater Back Each Other Birmingham's Negroes Map March Plans BIRMINGHAM Ala mingham Negroes incensed over he bombing deaths ol four of children plan to inarch oh Montgomery to lay directly before Gov George C Wallace their feel- ing that he is to blame for the At their gathering since the Sunday dynamite blast an estimated 1.200 Negroes look a unanimous standing vote day night lo endorse a1 march on thc stale house The vole came after in- leaders called for non- violence and accused Wallace ol causing the racial tension that led lo the dynamiting of the Sixteenth Street Baptist church No date for the march was set School Attendance An afternoon funeral service for Carol Robertson 14 one of the four sirls killed by the blast was scheduled ot St John's African Methodist Episcopal church Attendance improved sharply today at West End High climbing to highest since the school was integrated and while students began a boycott Tlic number down to -166 Monday but some observers the low to the Sunday violence Enrollment is In thc other two integrated schools attendance also improved over Monday Ramsay High had students today compared lo 776 Monday Graymont tary went to 175 after falling to 127 Monday Quiet Iii It was also quiet in Huntsville and Tuskegee where classes with j whites for the first time was about normal at the de- Eye Crosses Land Between Port Arthur HURRICANE CINDY SLAMS TEXAS COAST COLLAPSES ASSOCIATED Sen Barry Goldwater said he will support Gov Nelson A Rockefeller if the governor wins the Republican school's and nomination but white high school i I i I feller come close to a parallel Tuskegee maintained Hits A Backing I told the rally that mass services I I included who runs held on a platform that realistically the Avenue South Baptist and positively faces current the rally was held j problems and future The three were Denise McNair Cameron Mae Collins and ment including both day and night I Wesley both 14 classes spiraled to said without leaders here and around dents highest in thc history of cation Yes I when the nation called for use of more I tho college asked if he would support power in Birmingham but An 0 feller if the New Yorker wasia government source in tr J Li I doan of admissions In Enrollment No Deaths Injuries Occur Rains Dying Winds Pushing North Refugees Start Home By THOMPSON PORT ARTHUR Tex Hurricane Cindy col- lapsed as it struck the Gulf Coast today and slowly pushed northward with heavy rains and dying winds One agriculture official estimated million damage to the rice crop Damage to buildings and homes was light Rains and high wind also damaged cotton and pecan crops There were no dead and no storm injuries Refugees from low points along the coast by the ands started trickling back home A low-lying arc had been ordered evacuated The New Orleans Weather Bureau in its final advisory at 10 said Cindy's maximum winds were 50 miks an hour near the center 25 miles an hour under ricane strength The eye was about 25 miles west of Port Arthur Five to ten inch rains were forecast for East Texas and west and I north Louisiana The eye of storm passed the tiny evacuated town of High Island about cst winds died as I pye passed and rose again as the back side of the storm struck Cindy swirled around the High land area a stretch of almost empty land Windows Broken At Port Arthur and Galveston some windows broke and power lines fell About rwo inches oj rain Fence Sitter Backs Treaty WASHINGTON UPI Sen Sam J Ervin told the Senate today the nuclear test ban treaty contained military vantages to the United States and should not have boon negotiated but that he will vote for it Ervin's endorsement given without raised to the number of Crm or probable votes for ratification HURRICANE DAMAGE Motor launches are tossed about in docking area at ton Tex today as Hurricane Cindy smashed into Gulf Coast area and moved n o rth with diminishing winds AP Wirephoto nominated at the national said there was no legal basis students are enrolled in day on ses while 330 are registered for j said in answer to evening courses Monday Sept 23 is deadline for enrolling this mester 431 While no figures are available from other junior colleges in the stale Cameron officials expressed question he didn't know why Rockefeller was reluctant to j make a flat statement of support I I haven't talked to the I nor in several months said The two on alert confidence that re- the GOP nomination spoke to put additional troops in the city National Guardsmen here Kilted By Sheriff Melvin Bailey said two white were arrested on an open charge in ol one of two boys shot to tor death a few hours after thc 750 Guthrie families Return Home As Creek Waters Recede Arthur where people took refuge in shelters An- other took shelter in lon Refineries and chemicals plants in Port Arthur operated normally of tho treaty It needs a two- through thc blow thirds 57 if all Cindy aimed first Cameron vote La but veered west Winds up I Ervin previously regarded as to 40 miles an hour raked the i one of the key lying Louisiana lown but the negotiation the treaty wall contained Odes which bans all but underground The sheriff's office said there atomic as a complete were no casualties and no one I render lo the Soviet Union on missing in storm Only a few injuries were reported in minor automobile accidents as I of the Cameron fled to higher ground Winds up fo 50 miles an hour howled through Port Arthur This was a far cry from Hurricane Carla which the issue of on-site inspection Complete Ban He insisted that the only treaty would be one to outlaw all testing willi a system of inspection to guarantee com- The Russians have re- this approach Ervin it was the en- mite blast City police said the other youth as Jailed shot at fleeing tains its title as the largest in separate interviews college in Oklahoma j for a television program A further breakdown of r ment figures shows that Cameron In an interview in U.S News has sophomores and 654 and In Washington President men Girls are outnumbered 296 to quality whether expressed a deep sense of to 779 bv thf boys ho would support Goldwater if the j outrage and grief over the Nearest enrollment figure to the is thc nominee and called on all Americans current semester was recorded in i Hc u was i to put aside prejudices and lo j 1961 when 1 565 students were Goldwater stands unite in working for justice and i rolled on 15 ot that voar i because his position on many peace i Words and actions of Wallace By Press Flood waters from i side of Guthrie today and more afler a I 150 families Bible courses said j these students are not But the did agree they and the caused the segregation system Sunday deaths Dr The swollen creek which ed at 6 had forced tion from he lowland areas in western Guthrie when waler or four feet deep in that But by the water had backed down enough to allow operations to begin More scattered n die 41 counted as full time students this House to rally prefer any In Martin Luther King Jr said at were forecast for Oklahoma today year Classes Also High i Night classes this fall also number the previous high of 507 night students in 1961 The 1961 figure removed those i students who duplicated by ing enrolled in both dny and night classes However the number ot duplicates this term j would still keep the figure of enrollment at better than Charles Elkins dean of students said each of the four campus shows increases over the number of occupants as compared td last term South Hull has the largest ber of students with 86 living there North HaU has 84 and West HaU has students Cameron Hall dormitory has 67 coeds ing there The new high enrollment ex- presses confidence that Southwest in Dr Richard dent said Kennedy 00 p m m m ii in m m m IK p im fc m p in 9 74 m fiM ft jn 13 m It m P m nu 1 Co i Weather cloudy and this through Wednesday 69 night 58 high 11 reading 74 02 rain He said Wallace had allowed himself to defy the law of the land and to deal with Negro zens in Alabama as if they didn't live in thc The governor declined comment on the proposed march on the state capitol and on King's sation He had said earlier lie de- the bombing the perpetrators would be caught They have not been caught granted their first holiday of the j Neither have the persons who year Friday the campus is staged other the taken over oy Comanche county teachers Several educators are County Teachers To Meet Friday Cameron will be expected Cameron to the and Comanche county Education association workshop scheduled to begin A new code of ethics adopted by the will be dis- cussed speaker lor the one-day workshop is executive secretary Dr Richard Burch Cameron president will welcome the ers will give a welcome address Lawton city school not attend the as held a similar workshop this month Negroes Integrate Baptist Centered eer gation Baptist reported registered classes years FBI bomb experts continued to through evidence the church for clues Another investigation Is under OL i Cool Readings Will Continue Cool and the chance of were predicted today lor ton Oklahoma A mere 02 inch of rainfall was re- corded Weather Bureau ed for partly cloudy through Wednesday with little Change High today will be about Also and are Wednesday the eastern of homa Low last in was 68 j and in east tonight The weather bureau said some ly heavy rain i's likely in eastern Oklalwma tonight and Wednesday temperatures Will Bring Rains TULSA AD dy will bring mln to tins U Weather today will feel more nf the Inland movement Uinn Oklahoma will the but and extreme Oklahoma could fct moderate or heavier air stream moving in from the the rains Forecasters said it was the same stream of air that had spawned cane Cindy Flood victims took shelter in i developing power of Cindy Many Banner Elementary school and I men stuck to jobs at sea half a dozen churches during the Between five and 10 shrimp struck thc Texas coast two of the treaty bv the and one week ago today killing joint Chiefs of Staff that caused at least 17 persons and leaving him to support the pact He said damage irr the of he would vote against it with lions of dollars Thousands Flee Inland Thousands of coastal residents had fled inland before the Heavy rains moved across a with highs expected to range from I wide area of 76 to 86 I The weather bureau blamed an Grove T 7 To bite chart showed that readings at a steady 69 degrees from 12 S nine Law tonight wW be morrow Property owners from Pecan Grove addition today protested a plan to locate a zoo and children's fairyland near their homes and and itf appeared the city will have to look elsewhere for a sile for Mayor Gilley who said he was opposed to the Pecan Grove ob- from the referred council's park committee action weekly city council meeting which demons end to all The adult marched peaceably carrying signs thc sidewalk on Fourth in Negro have asked the council enact ordinances to segregation unlawful The council worked on racial lerc through a citizens committee composed of Negro and white en but no ordinances have been proposed In connection the zoo acd fairyland proposal the city board met last may- or and one councilman and the five-acre park site along The by the president of Downtown wanis whose members have agreed a over- Grove addition said the location of a 200 a fic problem which be to school children and be In Jng the asked bon to be publicised during the pait few days to give i em1 dents an opportunity to their Councilman Blunt Zorger man ot the park tee said the group would meet wilh the park objections made by owners In other council ed bids lor -ol two new lire pumper units and a ladder truck approved the ol tbt night Banner Principal Zelmer said 76 persons spent all or part of the night in the I school building The evacuees generally smiling and in good spirits despite damage to their homes and heavy loss ot property One young man and his old We arrived at a shelter carrying a single young man's guitar Jo Martha secretary oi the Logan Cross unit boats rode out the storm off veston Twenty-six men were battened down on an oil rig off the Another 40 were on a barge off Cameron La Eight men were on a tust having en- gine trouble off Galveston One shrimp boat was off Galveston Tides rose almost five feet above normal Cindy's winds were SO mile gusts veston recorded winds during the night These said 25 Red Cross workers were I dropped to 35 miles an hour busy in area Hard Job Ahead But the hard just ting she said referring to thc business of aiding families household furnishings were ruined or damaged Twenty-five national guardsmen also were on duty in thc area sisting flood victims and ing property By some along Noble Street center of the flood area were cleaning up and preparing to open for business The red up shop in night and the moving operations Two west side were dis- missed t Highway Closed S H 33 closed in began Travel other routes in the area When the began nearing flood stage civil defense sirens residents to to evacuate The flood came as ao one: It's almost an Other flooding took place in and homa Monday isolating some arm houses El Reno caught five Inches ot rain In the deluge and US 86 was blocked foe a while v t Overnight lows ranged irom 67 at Air Force Base Guymon and Gage to TO at McAlester Highs Monday went irom and City to IT at l Three shrimp boats oft ton had radioed the Coast Guard for aid but none was in diate danger In storm-wise -Galveston 600 residents into Stephen F Austin Junior High school and an- other 270 went to George ington Carver High Most up their homes At Port Bolivar 300 took shelter 475 others went to out hesitation if the chiefs had not agreed to back it in spite of what the senator called military disadvantages Ervin said his treaty ment was the most difficult de- I have had 10 make since coming to the Senate nine years ago He made his decision known as Sen Stuart Symington the first Air Force tary defended the pact on one its most debated ity of U.S missile sites to vive a nuclear attack He said he is confident that the Russians do not know any more about such vulnerabilities than the ed States Seek Vole Friday Senate leaders hope to bring the treaty to a vote by Friday Democratic Leader Mike field Mont reasserted this jet today to newsmen after the weekly White House legislativa conference Mansfield said he anticipated votes this week on proposed and understandings and if a final vote is not at- on the itself then it will come perhaps next week itr HIT area ricane Cindy hit today between Port Arthur and AP Map
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