Nevada State Journal (Newspaper) - September 7, 1957, Reno, Nevada Big Weekend Reno expects a big and your guide for fun Is In today's entertainment pins the week's TV Nevada's Largest Morning and Sunday Newspaper ESTABLISHED NOVEMBER 23, 1171 Today's Journal 6, 7 Journal 8, 9 10, 11, 12 World of 5 Editorial 4 Dear 6 EIGHTY-SEVENTH 246 PHONE FA 3-4121 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 7, 1957 lOc 15c ON NEWSSTANDS 26 PAGES TODAY Big Weekend Again Looms Construction Work on Key Sierra Highways to Halt Until Tuesday This weekend may rival the Labor Day weekend for visitors to it was announced by the Reno Chamber of Commerce last when a survey made by the ber indicated that Californians by the thousands will be flocking to the cool weather Reno is enjoying in comparison with the warm spell that has hit the Bay area and the mento Monday is a legal holiday in Admission Day will be celebrated and most Bomb Lights Nevada Sky A test shot jling from a balloon 500 feet over Yucca Flat was triggered by the Atomic Energy Commission early of the the banks and the houses will be Inquiries at the Reno News Briefs CARRIE BLOWS UP Sept. 6. cane the third of the sea blew up in the South Atlantis with winds of 115 miles per houi The San Puerto Weather Bureau reported the hurricane was centered at 15.3 struction followed during the hotels and motels reveal that res have been heavier than and the hotel dining rooms have a heavy advance reservation Allan district engineer of the California Highway De has sent out bulletins announcing that practically the same suspension of highway con- The U.S. Joins Middle East Weapon Race By MURRAY BROWN An arms race shaped up day in the Middle between the United States and Soviet Russia's penetration of north 39.5 west That point is about miles east southeast of the weather bureau LAW RULED OUT Sept. 6. federal judge ruled today that a Tennessee voluntary gation plan is clearing the way for racially mixed classes to start in the first grade here Thirteen Negroes out of 13S eligibles have enrolled to attend previously city It will be the second integration in this where High School began its second year of mixed classes quietly this MAT BE EXPELLED Sept. 6. Several high AFL-CIO officials predicted today that the labor organization's ethical practices committee would the giant Teamsters Union of domination by corrupt But the who insisted on remaining shied away from predicting whether a guilty verdict would be followed by the union's expulsion from the POLITICS BANNED CASTEL Sept. 6. Pius XII today ordered Roman Catholic priests in Communist Hungary to cease all connections with the political life of the CALL OFF STRIKE Sept. 6. farmers called off their ened strike today and praised Premier Maurice noury for his attitude toward farm NO Sept. 6. cow residents were forbidden day to gamble or sing in public places under penalty of a 100 ruble WEATHER First figures Indicate highest temperature during the last 24 lowest yesterday rain during the last 24 Nevada H. L. P. Reno 94 42 Austin 90 54 Battle Mountain 95 45 Elko 92 40 Ely 86 39 Fallen 97 53 Las 70 Lovelock 41 44 Tonopah 92 52 Winnemucca 95 42 National Boise 89 57 Boston 75 60 Chicago 67 56 Denver 64 50 Los 88 63 Miami 85 75 Paul 73 52 New 89 73 New 80 59 77 83 60 Salt Lake City 92 54 San 84 55 D. C. 78 65 Precipitation Data During the last 24 July 1 to to date last normal July 1 to FORECAST Mostly fair with the of afternoon not much change in widely scattered thunderstorms in the western little change in Labor Day holiday will prevail over the coming The bulletin states that to facilitate traffic movement over long Admission Day weekend in California highway with certain mi- nor exceptions will be halted from Friday evening until day Exceptions at Highway 40, west fornia state line where con- struction will be halted from a.m. Saturday morning un- til 7 a.m. Tuesday The roadway will be watered ing the Highway 50, east of from Pacific House there will be no con- struction from 6 a.m. Saturday until 8 a.m. Highway 40-A, near there will be one way control at the bins canal Highway travel will be in- creased as a result of that bulletin for there will be no major delays on the California highways due to antt as all highways from the California state line to Reno are in good tors from the west should ence little difficulty in enjoying the with the cool in Airlines report heavy bookings for the and special tions on some of the buses will be necessary to accommodate the travel The influx started late last night and is expected to continue through tapering off on Travel from Reno to coast should reach its peak Monday due to the three day holiday Californians will The following weekend also will witness heavier than usual travel to Reno due to the Washoe County The four days of racing will be a big with the closing of the California State Fair in many horses who ran there will be brought to On Sept. 22, the ninth annual Reno Kennel Club All Breed Dog Show and Obedience Trials at Moana Park should at- tract at least Californians to according to H. Edgar president of the Reno Kennel Army to Tighten Buying Practices Sept. 6. The Army says it has tightened military buying practices but that getting responsible contractors who will live up to their tions is of the most ing problems in military ment of Army Secretary Wilber M. Brucker made the statement after the Senate permanent ing subcommittee charged that a of military and 17th full-scale nu clear experiment of the 1957 test banged sharply from Us platform beneath the 67-foot di- ameter aerial sending rumbles off the ozonosphere to echo in the valleys and craggy mountains of the Western Blast-off time was a.m. Sparse Details The giving only sparse said the designed yield ol the device was far below nominal Observers estimated it was less than five or about the equivalent of tons of TNT The shot was closed for vation by newsmen at News Nob witnessed the blast from about 55 miles from ground Despite its small the bright flash from was seen more than 300 air miles away in Los dents in Las Vegas and at Reno also watched the shot brighten the Cloud The fireball died out within moments after the detonation Observers said it was about the same size as the sec ond shot in the series that was triggered June 2. Instead of a gigantic mushroom left only a smal The rose to feet and then began to disperse within 10 minutes after the became the bonus baby of the series when atomic scientists added it to the regular schedule expected to be concluded late this Its brilliant red fireball oped the hovering scarce ly visible in pre-dawn darkness and lighted the sky for hundreds of miles JLS some 15 Air Force planes flew so-called in the By comparison with previous today's was about one quarter the size of the blasts tha leveled Hiroshima and at the end of World War The device was designed by the University of California's Radia tion Laboratory at Tho revised schedule for firing remaining shots at the Nevada test site listed a be 500-foot tower shot for September 10, and an abou September 13. At least two more an underground detonation slated before the AEC ter minates the long summer series clothing contractors sold the substandard goods The subcommittee in a scathing report called on the Justice De- to the bring prosecution individuals whose Sierra widely afternoon little change in sunrise testimony or activities indicate criminal Violations Charged In Man's UNITED N. Sept. 6. asked the UN Security Council today to con- demn Israel for violations of the sector south of Dr. Yusuf Haikal of Jordan asked the council to order Israeli troops and civilians out of the tral If the council does not do he Jordan will have to take of its Syria was the Reports from Washington in- United States would lose no time in moving firmly to shore up the defenses of friendly nations against the threat of possible aggression from Soviet armed Airlift Starts The first definite step taken by American officials was the de- cision to airlift defensive weapons to King Hus sein of Jordan conferred with U.S. Undersecretary of State Loy Henderson during the American diplomat's recent mission to the Middle East. Henderson also conferred with the leaders of and He reported on his return to Washington day that Syria's pro-Soviet drift was and could have effects on the security of the whole free Soviet Arms Deal Reports from Beirut said the first shipment of arms to Jordon is expected to arrive The shipment will include some armored Syria has been receiving tanks and jet planes under an arms deal with the Soviet The Com- munist bloc also is providing modern weapons to Syria's closest ally in the Arab Washington officials said dent Eisenhower himself gave the green light for rapid air de- livery of military to Jordan as well as to faster de- livery of weapons to Saudi Lebanon and perhaps other Middle East which borders Syria on the is scheduled to shortly the first delivery on an undisclosed number of U.S. jet fighter There were strong indications that the United States other decisive possibly by invoking the Eisenhower doctrine President Eisenhower is inter- his vacation at Newport to fly to Washington on Saturday for an extraordinary conference with Secretary o State John Foster Dulles and The State Department reported that Henderson had found concern lest Syria should become a victim of International Com become a base for lurther threatening the dence and integrity of the Maniacal Knifer Nabbed by Crowd In Terror Reign New Fever Involves Savings Bonds SAN Sept. 6. and local officials today tried to quell a out- break involving U. S. savings bonds which has tripled bond 50 Rebels Slain In Cuban Clash Sept. 6. Fifty rebels and 13 government soldiers were killed in the lived uprising yesterday in the south coast port city of a government commu nique announced In 13 persons were but the communique did not specify if they were soldiers or The government said previously that loyal troops had recaptured the sugar port after a 10-hour flareup of violence in Cuba's motion 5 Fatally Injured In Utah Collision Sept. 6. Five Utah men were killed in- sales at one San Francisco bank It is a variation of the age-old chain letter scheme in which the joiner first and then gets on the bottom of a list if he up to the he can collect fabulous Center of the savings bone chains is in the North Beach area of San Francisco where the lumbus branch of the Bank of America reported bond sales tripled in the past three According to local police the scheme is apparently No mail fraud can be charged be- cause the chain is kept with the joiner going to the bank with the person who re- him and buying two one for the recruiter and one for the name on the top of the The joiner then recruits one else and quickly gets back his two-bond for stantly today when their 1957 car swerved across the road and was flattened under a The impact of the collision one and one-half miles south of lard on combined U. S. Highways 191-89-30 the two cles The mishap occurred about 4 and it took two hours for crews to remove the bodies from the wreckage with acetylene Two drivers riding in the Express truck escaped ASSUMES COMMAND COLORADO Sept. 6. Adm. Walter F. Rodee today assumed command of naval forces at North can Air Defense Headquarters PRINCIPALS IN ARKANSAS RACIAL STRIFE Focusing attention of the and perhaps the is the segregation school issue in Little Ark. These three occupy strategic roles in the Federal Judge Ronald N. Adj. Gen. Sherman T. commander of state troops surrounding and Gov. Orval Governor Defends Integration Fight U. S. Orders FBI Agents to Meet Arkansas Executive for Facts LITTLE Sept. 6. Orval E. Faubus promised President Eisenhower today that he will uphold the nation's constitution and insisted he refused to permit public school integration in Little Rock only pre- serve the public The Governor agreed to give federal authorities what he termed to back up his The Governor said he has replied to a telegram from President Eisenhower with a promise that shall operate in upholding the con- of Arkansas and the Attorney General Herbert announced in Washington that he has in- the FBI to meet with Martha Stern Assails U. S. Sept. 6. The official Czechoslovak news Hopes Held For Tax Cut Sept 6. Sen. George A. Smathers he representatives and such to a member of the Senate finance today Faubus made public the text of his response to the Chief Ex- tured a cautious hope for con- who had urged the sideration of a tax cut ernor to allow the integration at next Smathers said the headed by Sen. Harry F. Byrd would consider a tax re- duction if it felt that cutting taxes would not add the fires of and if the budget showed a On the last day of the recent session of Byrd called on the Eisenhower administration to produce a budget next year that would reduce the debt and still provide for a tax The House ways and means headed by Rep. Jere Cooper will open hearings on tax cut tion January 7, the first day of the new congressional Demands for a tax reduction are heard most frequently in the where all tax legislation must Suspect Said Blade Wielder By 5 Victims Sept. 6. tonight took an apparently serk 39-year-old night watchman on a tour of Chicago hospitals where five of at least eight tims identified him as the man who stabbed Police said the now watchman for a local patrol service but formerly with Pinkerton's Detective denied the Denial They they he the assailant that has terrorized the city in a three-day outbreak of unprovoked knife attacks to the cations and his incoherent denial of the Those who identified Caraher were Miss Lilliam 37, Francis H. 35, Christine 14, Robert 24, and Frank 13, all Police said other In- H. L. 22. a student who was a victim of the stabber Wednesday while visiting the Lincoln Park Zoo would be asked to identify They said Caraher was herent during questioning tonight Agency distributed statement today attributed to Mrs. Martha Dodd American accused of spying for in which she said in the United States have been or land to have feelings of are under careful surveillance by I said he the Mrs. Stern and her Alfred K. issued their at the United States during news conference in the ently believed victims were throwing things at Chased From Store The latest victims of the stabber the Uczciwek girl who was agency It distributed I taken to St Mary of Nazareth their remarks in a third-person The Sterns Slovakia after fled to several jears as Little Rock's Central High School to through an executive The Governor has not appeared personally since Wednesday when he entered his heavily guarded A federal judge has set a ing tomorrow at 10 a.m. CST on a petition by the Little Rock School board to postpone ration for an indefinite All was quite today in the school integration No goes turned up at High School and crowds that had milled about in large numbers earlier in the week had dropped to about 150 A young man from Minneapolis was arrested for questioning when he was found with a He had posed as a reporter to set through National Guard troops ringing the expatriates in They traveled on Paraguayan saying they had renounced their American citizenship and be- come citizens of that South can Hollywood producer and music director Boris who had been posing as a Russian spy w hile passing information to the identified Mrs. Stern as a agent ID congressional testimony Mrs. Stern said she and husband were in the United as other progressive people in United progressive people who have not succumbed to fear or been liquidated are practically under similar in the United she Hospital with a gash on the left side of her and who was at St. Luke's Hospital a wound in the lower Neither was reported Caraher was seized by several persons in a crowd who pursued the assailant the slashing attack in the His seizure climaxed a manhunt launched by police to a possible fatality because of the Stalemate Ends 5-Power Parley Sept. 6. The disarmament ence broke up in stalemate today with no agreement on where or when to meet Smut Fill Scandal Case Recesses Sept. 6. Prosecutor Wililam L. Ritzi launched his final arguments in the smut trial of Confidential magazine today in a courtroom and hardly had gotten under way when a woman juror collapsed and the court was re- cessed until The city was in the midst of its worst smog attack of the Tears came to the eyes of the jurors as Ritzi swung into what he called a But the watering eyes were due to air irritants and not impassioned One of the jorie of the husband-wife team for Con- in also com- the smog made her ill. Juror Mrs. Marilyn B was carried upstairs by a bailiff and was examined by county jail physician Dr. Marcus She had fainted once earlier in the trial and was re- ported to have an Smog was listed only as a contributory factor in her Dr. Crahan reported Mrs. Faber was too ill to return to the room and Superior Judge Herbert V. Walker ordered a three-day cess over California's holiday next Mrs. Faber was one of the two alternate She had taken the place of another juror who be- came ill. Thus only one alternate Judge Walker said he did not want to jeopardize five weeks of trial by calling in the last alternate with the possibility that another illness among the jurors would leave only 11 jurors and force a Smog visibly permeated the Ritzi began his final arguments by bringing to court stacks of charts and giant sized graphs of seats in nese One of his in his arguments is to attempt to convince the jury that tial magazine lied when it said actress Maureen O'Hara put on hottest show in in the Hollywood Blvd. landmark with a Latin lover one Speaking with a hint of apology in his Ritzi paced slowly back and forth before the jury glaring from time to time with evident hostility at defense Counsel Arthur Crowley when Crowley frequently interrupted him with Ritzi produced one large chart of the relatives who run Confidential and Whisper magazines and their It showed Robert er of as the of a spreading tree of enterprises and Beauties Tie In Contest ATLANTIC N. 6. a speech and Miss a stately blonde tied tonight in the talent division of the third pre- liminary round 3f competition in the Miss America Miss North Elaine Herndon of won the swim suit competition to become the first brunette to win a pre- liminary competition this The trim 118-pounder wrapped Russian determination to five-inch figure in J off any more talks until after the her fall United Nations General As. walk down the sembly session forced the parley ara to break up in total The West wanted a short recess until Oct. 1 at the until the general assembly has wound up its opening Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister Valerian Zorin demanded a longer At a bitter session lasting ly Zorin and the gates from the United France and Canada were unable to reach a 5 U. S. Travelers Lost in Venezuela Miss North Carolina was from Durham High School in 1955 and attended Duke Uni- versity for two Miss 23-year-old Jennie Blatchford of delighted a crowd ot with her brilliant while Miss Judith Faye 19, of came the handicap of a false start to tie the Keystone State entry with her vocal The trio of winners was an- as the 51 competing beauties made their third try to a seat among 10 B fcr tomorrow night's closing Sept 6. 12-plane search for five American air travelers missing in western Venezuela re- at dawn today after ground parties disproved a report they had been A report circulating here t rday said the chartered which was carrying the American oilmen and four Venezuelan men from Caracas to Barinas had been located near 20 miles south by west of A ground search of the uncovered no trace of the plane or the missing Paralytic Polio Declines in U. S. Sept. 6 The Public Health Sewice ed that the incidence of paralytic polio this year is less than one-third of last year's It said 70 new cases were re- ported during the week ended gust 31, compared with 294 ing the week of 1956.