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Tucson Daily Citizen (Newspaper) - September 9, 1957, Tucson, Arizona WARM Cloudy Temp at 2 pm97 Noon sun temp99 Humidity22 SMTWTF S GENERAL CWUSWS MACABTHOKT001C 1 3 4 5 6 7 00U1215W 15 to 171819 2021 22252425262728 2930 OVEK SUPERVISION OF JAPANESE 1 SOVEgNMENr AFTER WORLD WAgjtLJ VOL 85 NO 216 TODAYS NEWS TODAY TUCSON ARIZONA MONDAY EVENING SEPT 9 1957 MAin 25855 10 36 PASES WHITE STUDENTS WHITE STUDENTS BLOCK NEGROES wirephoto White students at the North Little Rock High School blocked the doors to the school this morning and turned away six Negro students who had enrolled earlier Just after this picture was taken the Negroes were shoved down a flight of stairs and out to the sidewalk where police broke up the disturbance CLOUDS HANG ON Wish those clouds Floating on by Would suddenly stop And start to cry The clouds will be around but how manyshowers they will produce is anybodys guess The weatherman there will be variable cloudiness to day and tomorrow im portant change in tempera tures Yesterdays high of 99 and the low today of 75 will set the pattern No rain was reported at the weather bureau over the week end Reds Blast Arms Lift To Jordan By United Press A fleet of U S military trans ports flew arms to Jordan today in a dramatic move to back up President Eisenhowers pledge to bolster Americas Middle East allies against the threat of Soviet inspired aggression The air ferry brought angry re actions in Moscow Damascus and Cairo Communist propaganda mills ground out an almost end less stream of invectives accus ing the United States of plotting aggression against leftist Syria Similar charges were made in Damascus where the Syrian cabi net met in emergency session to discuss the situation A spokesman for the Depart ment of State in Washington termed Russian and Syrian charges that the U S was plan ning aggression against Syria as rubbish He said it is perfect ly obvious it isnt so Fiery Shotgun Death Clouded In Mystery The fiery shotgun death of Ra mon Moreno 29 remained sur rounded by mystery today as offi cials attempted to determine if he was murdered or took his own life He was found fatally wounded and badly burned in his at 1031 W Sonora St when a neigh bor noticed smoke boiling from the small house A doctor at St Marys Hospital pronounced him dead on arrival Two passing men Ray Ochoa 1125 N Yucca Ave and Milton i Nelson 4033 E 32nd St entered the smokefilled house and found Moreno lying on a burning mat tress A 12gauge shotgun was on the bed beside him They carried him from the house and put out the fire with a garden hose before the officers arrived Dr Louis Hirsch county medi cal examiner said Moreno was shot in the stomach at close j range The entire shell passed through the barrel and Underj sheriff Arthur Grande said the casing had apparently been cut with a knife Morenos head and right hand were badly burned by the fire but his death was caused by the gunshot according to Hirsch The dead mans estranged wife Artemisa 33 was released from Tucson Medical Center yesterday after giving birth Jo their fifth child Thursday j She told the officers that Moreno i came to her family home at 1020 W Delaware St last night and had dinner She said he left about 8 pm saying that he was going to work the next day However she also reportedly told the deputies that her hus band had been despondent lately She said they had separated three months ago The time of death was not de termined because of the fire that affected the condition of Morenos body before he was found at pm One investigator said a number of his friends reported that Mo reno had been acting strangely lately and had burned his bedding with cigarettes after bouts of heavy drinking County Atty Raul Castro and Coroner Clark K Johnson said there would be no way to deter mine if the wound was self in flicted until further tests and in vestigation are made If it proves to be murder it will mark the 24th slaying In Pima County this year Cattle Market Best Since 1952 Arizona cattlemen are riding saddle on the best market theyve known since 1952 Prices for cattle in general are 4 cents a pound above last year said Albert Lane extension livestock specialist at the University of Arizona Quite a few feeders have con tracted for choice steers at 24 to 25 cents a pound and for heifers at 22 cents With burnt ranges and prices below 20 cents the picture looked black to the rancher a year ago But since then things have begun to swing in his favor WE HAVE PASSED the hump on total cattle numbers Lane said There are fewer cattle to sell this year than last Part of the reason for this is in the drouth itself which forced ranchers to sell more of their cattle than they wanted to last year But also the nations herds have reached the end of a natural cycle when they normally are sliced down This meant that the ranchers STARTS TODAY Follow Football Season With Coach Lou Little The Citizen sports page today carries the first of a series of 28 articles by Lou Little one of the most influential and widely re spected men in football for the past quarter of a century As coach at Columbia University for 27 years Little frequently worked near miracles with hope lessly outmanned teams He made Columbia synonymous with upset They laughed when his Lions were picked to play mighty Stan ford in the 1934 Rose Bowl game Final score Columbia 7 Stan ford 0 They felt sorry for Little and his boys when Armys juggernaut roiled its 32gariie wining streak into Baker Field in 1947 Final score Columbia 21 Army 20 Truly it was said Columbia did a lot with a Little At the same time the master strategist wielded national influ ence on the game as the first and only chairman of the American REPULSE NEGROES Block Door At North Little Rock BULLETIN LITTLE ROCK Orval Faubus said this afternoon he has accepted a proposal of Demo cratic Gov Foster Furcolo of Massachusetts to have a bipartisan committee of governors seek a solution to the federalstate conflict in the Little Rock integra tion dispute LITTLE ROCK Ark Shouting white students grabbed six Negro youths who tried to enter North Little Rock High School today and shoved them off the campus despite the efforts of the superintendent to es cort them into the building It was the first actual physical live not from fool ball He still presides over the im portant rules committee and now he is turning his master hand to writing about the sport he knows so well His series starts on the sports page today Two articles will apj pearcach week during the football season Little opens his series with discussions of such topics as Is football good for your boy Is the j pass a fading fancy Who will be the top college teams of 1957 Then when the major teams swing into action he will analyze j last weeks results predict next trends in the everchanging game This is big caliber football writ ing by a great coach His articles will be drawn not only from his Football Coaches Assn ruiescomyears of experience but aiso from mittee a post he has held for 25 current scouting trips across the years Little retired last year from ac nation Football fans cant afford to miss any article in the series have been helping their own prices by looking for young heifers to resiock the ranges ANOTHER GOOD BREAK has been in an abundant feed supply With grain and alfalfa at a lower price the cattle feeders are will ing to pay more for the cows The drouth has been broken in much of the West Lane said Colorado and Wyoming are re ported in fine shape and even Texas ranchers can look at more grass than theyve seen in a long time The whole mountain area of the eastern half of Arizona has had good moisture this year and now finds itself with excellent ranges The Verde Valley is in good shape and the San Rafael Valley toward the border is from good to fair It was pointed out it takes more than one year to completely re cover from a drouth because the grass loses some of its vigor Conditions are spotty around Willcox The extreme southeast ern corner of the state which was hardest hit is sti down and Ari zona begins to brown out toward the far west BUT NOBODY is in dire straits from having been completely missed Lane said Since the cattle world is in com petition not everybody is happy without qualifications Cattle feeders are afraid they may have to pay too much for the cattle they buy compared with what it costs them to put weight on the cows in the fcedlots Nonetheless there is a general feeling from the ranchers stand point that there are favorable years ahead Lane said Perhaps best of all is the fact that it takes four years from the time a bull breeds until the heifer that is born breeds and produces its own calf That ought to keep the herd numbers at a profitable figure for at least that long he said clash between whites and Negroes and marked a new front of tension in the worsening race situation in the Little Rock area North Little Roclc is an adjacent municipality of 50000 just across the Arkansas River from here The new school term started to day a week later than in Little Rock The six Negro boys advanced toward the front entrance of the school where they were met by a group of white boys with fists doubled The whites the Negroes away from the school The Negro boys were not hurt Supt F B Wright came to the scene and gestured for the Negroes to follow him inside Again the Negro boys started toward the school but a reinforced line of whites including the father of a white girl student who identified himself as L E Stroud repulsed the second attempt Stroud snouted they shall not pass AT LITTLE ROCKS Central High School a crowd of 500 gathered before school time to see if Negroes would attempt again to cross the line of National Guards men still stationed there with orders to refuse them admittance No Negroes showed up but the crowd found two newsmen to badger with jeers and insults Dr Benjamin Fine education editor of the New York Times and William Hines of the Washing Ion Star were baited by the crowd One woman excitedly pointed to Hines and said Thats the man who made Gov Faubus look like a fool last night Hines was one of the reporters who in terviewed Faubus on a national telecast last night The Washington reporter stood silent next to armed guardsmen A husky man in a white shirt stepped forward and said I think we ought to turn our backs on that man working forthe New York nigger papers and pointed at Fine Only a few followed the sugges tion Turn your back an unidentified segregationist guardsmen who relieved those sent to the school by Faubus last week took care to step in when the crowd became restive IN A SPEECH filmed for a tele vision network and released at 1 pm Faubus said if the federal government moves into Arkansas by any other to limit the power of the governor we will have lost our last right to local selfgovernment Thus the governor joined others who now call the Little Rock situation a clash between the supremacy of state and federal power If blood is then shed my con science will be clear but I will weep for my people Faubus said He declared that given the op portunity we can accomplish an orderly and nonviolent integra tion of our public schools in this state He did not say how long that would take Faubus pointed to North Dakota U S Dist Judge Ronald N Dav ies as appearing highhanded and arbitrary in the handling of the Little Rock integration matter Davies filling a vacant Arkansas federal bench as a visiting jurist has ruled that Central High must integrate forthwith The governor pointed out that Davies who arrived here only a few days ago hsd used only a total of one hour and 24 minutes for three hearings on the matter ruling each time against delaying integration LAST NIGHT in a nationally televised interview from the gov ernors mansion Faubus reaf firmed his stand to keep troops al Central High School to prevent violence which he said was im minent He has maintained that blocking Negroes from entering Central High as the federal court has di rected is simply a byproduct of his efforts to preserve the peace that he is not in conflict with the federal government and is not acting as a segregationist Faubus said in answer to a question it appeared that the pres ASKS IKE TO ACT Faubus Called Seditious By Little Rock Mayor LITTLE ROCK Ark IP Little Rock Mayor Woodrow Mann last night accused Gov Orval E Faubus of sedi tion and rebellion the governors nationwide telecast Mann referred to the governors statement that he had the offer of vol unteers from other states if the Na tional Guard were federalized His words spell sedition his de fiance rebellion Manns prepared statement said His words and action echo another period in our history when irresponsible men plunged this nation into a tragic Civil War Mann said He said President Eisenhower can no longer ignore the gravity of the situation Time for realistic action is long since delayed The issue of integration has become secondary the security and prestige of the United States of America paramount Mann earlier had criticized the gov ernor for calling out National Guard troops He said Faubus was playing politics and that his report of threat of violence was a hoax SWEET 16 AND LEFT OUT Monika Krompasky gazes wistfully at her father and five sisters who to day became citizens of the United States while she remains a Czech National screamed Go on turn your backs Basically there was no change 1 from its position that integration in the scene at Central High New j must start immediately cnt impasse could be broken only if the federal government receded Ike Signs Civil Rights Bill Watches Arkansas NEWPORT President Eisenhower today signed the civil rights bill and then awaited develop ments in Little Rock Ark where the school integration issue reached a new boiling point The President signed the bill without comment I think the presidents views t on this bill are very well known office to play golf at the Newport said White House Press Secretary i Country Club James C llagerty Shortly before the president Before the president signed the measure Hagerty telephoned Dep uty Atty Gen William P Rogers signed the civil rights bill in his who reported that the investigative small summer White House office report would be delivered to Judge on the Newport navy base Hagj Davies durinR the dav i The statefederal issue in Arkan erty said that an investigative re sas be rcsoved jf Qrva port prepared by agents of the j K Faubus decided to call off his Federal Bureau of Investigation i state troops and permit nine Ne on the facts of the integration j foes to enter Central High School impasse in Little Rock would be injrittle Rock There were indications Faubus submitted during the day to Fedhad jn toucn wilh federal au era District Judge Ronald N thorities during the night and that Davies he might take a softer attitude on The president signed the bill at i am EOT and then left his integration before ho could be cited for federal contempt HalfDay Sessions Letting Up Halfday sessions at one school and the threat of double sessions at two other schools have been ended by the Tucson School Board One boundary and two district changes effective tomorrow were ordered to relieve crowded con dition at Brown Holladay and Lynn schools The boundary between Holla day and Borton schools was moved south from 26th Street to 27th Street shifting 45 pupils from Hol iday to Borton where the en rollment was less than capacity All three third grades were transfeored from Brown where double sessions were imminent to Ft Lowell School Teachers and pupils of these classes remain attached to Brown for PTA purposes officials said Pupils re port at Brown where bus trans portation to Ft Lowell School is provided The children are re turned by bus to Brown at the end of the school day j The first second and third grades morning session at Mary Lynn have been transferred to Cavett pupils and teachers re maining attached to Lynn for PTA purposes Pupils however will report direct to Cavett School Double sessions continue at Kelj lond School for the first four grades Corbett and Duffy for first three grades Howell and Rob ison for second grades Herbert uxpcr school coordi nator said that quite a number of pupils have transferred volun tarily from Howell and Robison to schools with available classj rooms He said that it may be possible to end double sessions at t Robison this week Monika Too Old And Too Young By CHARLES HOFFMAN You have heard about people who are either too young or too old but Monika Krompasky is both too young and too old Because she is under 18 Monika is too young to become an American citizen in her own right But because she is 16 she is too old to automatically become a cit izen like her younger sisters did when their father gained his cit izenship today Her two older sisters Brigitte 21 and Eva 20 were naturalized today on their own petition along with their father John The thr06 sisters Hilda gard 12 Edith 10 and Renate 6 derived their citizenship through their fathers naturalization For Monika however ail is not lost V T Wayland naturaliza tion examiner said that once her father becomes a citizen then he can apply for naturalization papers for her Mrs Krompasky died last Feb ruary Krompasky who was born in Smolnicka Huta Czechoslovakia served in the Czechoslovakian army during World War II until taken a prisoner of war by the Germans He later joined his family in Bretzingcn Germany and in 1952 they came to the United States as displaced persons under the spon forship of Mrs Ella Kesz Krom paskys sisterinlaw When he came to the US Krom pasky spoke only Czech but since then has learned the English language from his daughters and from contacts on his work as a carpenter The family lives at 52814 N Tyndall Ave Sec U S Page 34 INSIDE THE CITIZEN KEEP A in series on getting and keeping a mate men are idealists hints for guiding them to altar Page 9 COPPER working to devise legisla tion that will prop copper prices Page 15 CITIZEN no winner in crossword puzzle contest prize goes up Page 30 Where To Find It Arizona Album fi Comics 34 35 Crossword Puzzle 34 Editorials 6 Events 19 2ft Financial 24 John Crosby Molly Mayficld Movies Police Blotter Public Records 35 RadioTV 35 20 School Lunches 12 25 Sports 3 Weather Map 30 Womans View Your Stars 10 Tucson Tonight Tomorrow19
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