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   Jennings Daily News (Newspaper) - August 12, 1959, Jennings, Louisiana                                PARTLY CLOUDY Partly cloudy through day scattered Ldwjafe tonight 70 to Highest Wednesday 90 to VOLUME 63 Member Audit el ClrculaUoiu AUGUST Member of The Associated Frees NUMBER 159 Southwest Louisiana Rice Market Active The 1959 rough rice season is now in busi ness in Southwest Louisiana with the Tuesday market being fairly active and strong on both dry and green Public sales were conducted yes terday at Mor Ma and Welsh and sales are slated today in and Tuesday saw mills actively com LR Schools Admit Negroes LITTLE AP Three Negro girls walked into Hall High School opening Little Rock public schools to in There was no demonstration from some 20 watch ing from residential lawns across the The girls arrived in a private They got out of the car in the street in front of the They walked calmly to gether to the The Elsie Estella and Ef fie entered HaH at Their entrance restored token integration to a public school sys tem which was without high schools last Hall and the other three high schools were closed last fall in the racial dis peting for the few lots offered and good participation was marked at most From six to 15 mills were in the market Green rice was reported mostly at per barrel for both Nato and Zenitli with premiums of 10 to 15 cents for top lots for immediate No sales of green long grain have been John Wactor of the Market News Service said that nine driers Tues day offered barrels of rice in 34 There were barrels of Zenith in two and barrels of Nato in 32 A total of barrels in 22 lots was con barrels were left open in 11 and 500 barrels were turned down in one Dry prices ranged from Tuesday on Nato to depend MD Chorus Always In Demand But Not Always To Sing Songs KEEPING an eye on the parking meter beat in Jennings is patrolman Louis LeLeux after enjoyable vacation trip toithe THAT downtown Jennings isnt burning rubber or a wandering Its progress in the form of re roofing of some Main Street build THAT ISNT A new look in some of the headlines on todays front Mechanical difficult ies forced usage of another form of type for many of the head YOUNG LADIES were outnum bered 3 to 1 at American Legion Hospital this past The Hos pital reports the birth of 12 boys and four girls during the seven day period from August No births were recorded August ing upon grade and milling Zenitli ranged from to Governor Rips Legislature In Orleans Speech NEW ORLEANS AP A perspiration soaked Earl Long charged last night his special session Legisla ture knifed him in the You have just seen a Legisla refuse to act on behalf of the Long roared hoarsely in the balmy summer He spoke at a downtown slrtelcorner rally of On for the most had accepted stoically his Legislatures stunning vote to dis band within an hour after they met for a 12day special But on the the 03year old governor cast his sioicism to the If you will elect representa tives and senators that wont stab men in the like they did Long bellowed we can accomplish His 45minute first in the heart o th6i stamping grounds of Mayor Mor his chief gubernatorial mixed reactio Long al various tim plaudedHecktwl At he saw some men and women carrying signs read Long is and Long is Kind to Dumb Ani Long remarked the Society for the Prevention of Cruel to Ani mals was a splendid Earlier in the day a bitter po litical Louisianas Demo Cratic national Camille said the special session setback was Longs po litical the governor re vealed a vigorous weekend cam paign of 13 statewide speeches to his press He indicated he would keep up the brisk pace through to the December despite doctors warnings to slow Asked what effect the quick ad journment would Long said hed have to wait and Ohio MD Chorus here is always in but not always to Made up entirely of it is to be the only singing group of its kind in the Professional demands make re hearsals says The phone rings constantly and its rare whon all the doctors present for the start of a rehearsal are there at the they cant wnit for the lest verse of Carolina in tho Morning But so far the singing doctors have been able to finish all their Theyve given about a year since early We limit our appearances ue cause were in this purely for re says The idea came from the local medical associations active hobby which also has promot ed an art club and a variety oi projects from woodworking 11C doctors make furniture to niiecllce The chorus has about 35 memb give or take a few emergency and all songs are memor Welsh show col lege songs and novelties arc the a writes many of tlv arrangements We to be he Were not Fred Warings but I think our uniqueness ap Who expects doctors to ing He Feels Like 70 NEW YORK Governor Nelson greeig former President Heberl Hoover left as both on hand at Yankee Stadium in New Yoifc for the annual Old The venerable Hoover will celebrate his 85th birthday on Monday and says that he feels like he is who is being boosted for the Republican nomination for president in 1960 will attend his sons weeding in Norway on August STATE POLIO BOX SCORE Polio cases reported to Ihe Lou isiana Slate Board o Health through 31st week 8 1958 1959 1958 Total number of cases 67 30 Paralytic cases 49 22 Nonparalytic cases 18 8 It takes eight months to get the full series of three polio shots that protect you against paraly tic If you havent had three shots of Salk vaccine start or complete your series without de Moscows Third MOSCOW AP The third big airport has opened in capable of handling jet local papers reported Lottery Bill Downed BOSTON AP A proposal to establish a state lottery propo nents contended it would be pre ferable to new taxes has again gone down to The House defeated the measure Tuesday BY BARRELS Soviet Premier May View Military Installations SOUTH CAROLINIAN Federal Judge Claims Racial Crimes Caused By Supreme Courl AP A fed eral judge asserts Supreme ourl decisions on racial ques ions are responsible for much of he r crime in northern What is influencing that con luct didnt come out of the said Judge George Bell LONG TO SPEAK IN CHURCH POINT Earl Long has released Hie follow ing planned speeches for Ihe weekend Friday Kinder Deriddcr and Oak dale Saturday DeQuincy Starks Vlnlon Sulphur Lake Charles Sunday Ellon Church Poinl Ope lousas Lafayette New Iberia and Houma Surplus Food Certification To Be Held Certain Families Must Says Director The Acadla Parish Police Jury has announced tho schedule for theAugust Slstri It came out of The South Carolina judge men ioned New Chicago and Detroit as cities laving a rash of law violations ittributablc to racial Judge in an ad Iress yesterday to the Columbia ivitan accused the Su rcmc Court of repudiating Amer can history and traditions in some of its The Supreme Court is putting Iself above the said Judge and it is putting people under ihe law as the Supremo Court maiccs Judge Timmcrman is r faher of former South Carolina Governor George Pel Timerman Lust week the federal judge threw out a civil righ s suit wrought by a Michigan Negro who claimed he was focto a i wailing m at a Ihe right to uqunhy before the law to be tree from dis Mmi invests no one with au Ihorily to require Jihers to ac cept him as a compunio or social his opinion said in part Share Plan For Dock Workers SAN FRANCISCO ic Coast dock workers will get a cash share of increased produc tivity resulting from An unprecedented three year agreement granling that went Into effect Monday between Ihe Inter national Longshoremens and Warehousemens Union and the Pacific Maritime members AP President Eisenhower said today hat Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev is being invited to sec some mililary installations during his visil to the United Stales if lie The Soviet leader will be given n wide range of choice on the kind of installations open to the President told n news confer If he docs not want lo see any Dials 1 Florida Draws On Alabama Pupil Act AP The 1959 made Flor Idas pupil asoignmeiil law con stitutional without question when it added criteria drawn from Ihe Alabama pupil placement Tallahassee allorney Lewis Hall a member of the Fabisin ski committee which drafled Ihe pupil assignment told counly school heads the law vnildnl hold up unless it is adminislcred The law must be administered justly and honestly wilhoul any attempt lo use it as a subterfuge will make it If that happens then we are in Pipeline Company Construction Okayed WASHINGTON AP Ameri can Louisiana Pipeline DC yesterday was given tem porary authority by Ihe Power Commission to build according to director of the Depart mcnt of Public Welfare in Acadia It will be necessary for all fami lies receiving commodities cxccp those who have reapplied every three months lo apply again before receiving commodilics for Augusl In order lo facilitate the deter mining of eligibility it is ncccs sary Ihul Ihe husband or head o the household be presenl and hav with him his identification cart lo talk lo the worker who will be al the regular ward locaallons on the date of distribution in each ward Participants must not on this date designate any one to pick up their commodities as they musl personally review their applica tions with Ihe The schedule for dislribu lion which will begin Augusl and end Augusl 28 is ns follows Ward Poinl Corn modily Warehouse Augusl Ward 11 Church Poinl Com modity Warehouse Augusl WARD I Church Poinl Com modily Warehouse Augusl Ward IV lola Cily Hull Augusl Ward V Morse Parish Augusl Ward VI Crowloy LiveBlock the pact under which Ihe employ ers will contribute million dol lars the firsl year as Ihe work ers share of increased productiv The VAs million dollars is a rough estimate of the share due workers the firsl year from in creased productivity because of increasing container more powerful loading andother developments In mecli The union pledged nol lo inter wilh installation of new dock machinery for speeding cargo andlingi Employers agreed to iialntain the present work xcepl for ullrillon byretirement nd health The which runs to Exhibition Building August Ward VII Rougeaus August All persons eligible for commo dities in August and who do not receive them during the regular distribution dates are asked to pick them up on Augusl 28 at Ihe Church Point Commodity Ware Distribulion for Ward 3 will be held on August Participants worth of natural gas pipeline fajn tnjs area who received their cililies on its syslem in Louisiana commodilies on Ihe first date of and The commission wilhheld aulhor ity to operate the new Conservation Spokesman Sees Louisiana Oil Allowables Up Integration Fighl A CROWD of yellng sign waving teenagers gather in front of Raney High School in Little Jo listen lo a Bible waving 15yearold Bob Thomas ask the crowd not lo M Litlle Rocks four high schools prepare to open nesday on a partial Integration The demonstrators ufged students and their attend a mass rally Wednesday morning on the front of the Capital to plede with bos to do something to stop integration AP A Conservation Department spokes man said here today Louisianas September daily oft allowables probably will be set at bar The figure is some bar rels above the August quota of The spokcman said the October production quota probably will be barrels another in crease Yesterday oil companies asked authorization to produce barrels daily in September and barrels daily in Daily allowables usually run several thousand barrels above nominations and company re quests usually represent mini mum production designed the Official dally allowables will not be announced for another week to 10 Nominations were the first for a twomonth under a allowables procedure outlined last month by Conservation Com mis sioner Ashton Mouton in an effort to permit oil companies greater latitude in calculating crude oil Mouton said yesterday we now feel we can properly determine the Louisiana market demand for crude petroleum over a longer pe riod of and can reduce the effort required of the Department Of 1 Mouton said the September and October production figures were based on 34 per cent of the March distribution In July are asked to call for them on Ihe first day of dislribulion Ihis Those who received Ihcm on Ihe second day last month are askud lo do the same Ihis More Mechanical Pickers Used AP The Delia may use more mechanical cotton pickers Ihis year than ever the Mississippi Employ ment Security Commission suit The commission said In Us weekly colton bulletin that grow ers senl crews Into Ihe fields lasl week to chop through in anticipa tion of machine Such chopping through would not be needed for hand picking Turnrows and rowends were chopped Infestation remained with onlyscattered buildups of boll worms and weevils under satis factory control through poisoning Weather generally was idea last Most cotton is fruiting from top to une carried an 11cent nhour wage Increase for long to and 14 cents or ship lo The in rcaocs are relroactivc to June expiration date of the old con Soldier Killed year Alexandria AP A man wis killed in u fourcar crash n Alexandria He was Earl of who was slalioncd it He was the son of Antoine Nugent 1905 Bor leaux New Four others were injured in the Discussing Ihe Khrushchev visit beginning in Ei senhower said he intends to tell Ihe Sovicl leader that bases abroad are purely defensive and threaten no He also Eisenhower lo ask why Khrushchev does not permit progress in improvement of EastWest relations which Ei senhower considers necessary for a summit said he is most anxious for Khrushchev to see tho modest homes in which Americans including those in such specific places us the Levittown housing develop ment and the community a round Die Fairless slcel planl in Penn Eisenhower said he would like lo lake Khrushchev on a flying trip around in his Khrushchev could see the fine homes which have developed in the areas around Khrushchev should also go into the great farming regions of this country and see farms lhat arc run by individual free Ei senhower He added lhal he would like the Soviet Premier also to go into Ihe lillle lown where he was hear from Ihe people there how Eisenhower worked in I h e curly Alaska Woman Rescues Puppy CAP An Alaski woman wriggled inside a muddy sewer pipe for a happy but mcgsy reunion wilh losl dog ending three days of search for the little Dorothy of Anchor interrupted her vacalion in lasl Friday and flew lo Chicago when she learned her en roule lo her in another had escaped from u crate al Midway She tramped through fields near Ihe airport over Ihe weekend in search of Ihe 11yearold named Newspapers mid animal welfare league officials alerted Ihe public lo wulch for the a part cocker Monday Bruno of Elk who is vaca tioning in spoiled Wa hine peeping from a sewer pipe used as u Hudson was One end of Ihe pipe was blocked At the other neighbor hood children formed a vshapcd cordon and Hudson went in side after her the muddy dog was licking Hudsons muddy Before she look Wahine to a Hudson spoiled Iho boy who found the dog and gave him years of his In response to a series of ques tions about the Khrushchev visit here next monlh and his visit to the Eisenhower also said He hopes his talks with Khrushchev will produce a better atmosphere between the Soviet Union and the Western But he docs nol inlend lo engage in negotiation or acl as a spokes man for Ihe He also hopes lhat Khrushchev will get betler informalion about the Unilcd Stales and lhat he will gel better informalion about the Soviel Union on Irip Eisenhower does plan to accompany Khrushchev on his tour around the United They may visit Gettysburg or nearby Camp togeth er but so far lhat Is only a possi His decision to invile Khrush chev lo the Unilcd Slates and to go lo the Soviet Union is not by any a reversal of the pol icies of the lale Secrelary of State John Fosler He oflen talked with Dulles about such and as long ago as the last month 1958 they be gan to feel that their diplomacy should lie reinforced by some Ihing new in Ihis On his trip to the Eisenhower would like to see peo ple and find out what they are He said lhat as a stale visi tor he will be surrounded by great crowds all the lime and will not be able to sec many sighls such as but he will have a chance to get acquainled with people and lhal is his main inler This was the first time the President ever has held a full scale news conference outside The setting was in a gymnasium at the Hotel Gctlys The gym was converted into a press room ul the lime Eisen hower was here recuperating from his 1955 heart There have been a few previous sessions with outside of Ihe but been Wont Retire Joseph Martin RMass now has ended speculation that he is considering He said crash on Shirley highway at Duke I Tuesday night he intends to seek SI I mainly oneshol affairs for discus sion some particular Arrest Wealed Man In Shower AP FBI ngcnls knocked on Ihe door of a motel early A man opened il and Ihe agenls caught one of Iheir 10 mosl wanted men in the They arrested James Francis an accused bank rob ber who had chopped his way out of a cell in a Philadelphia jail last April 30 wilh a Jenkins had been awaiting trial on bank robbery He was indicted for taking part in the holdup of a bank on March The FBI agents who made the arrest would not reveal how they were led to But tips several citizens in Buffalo played a major Assistant Special Agent Karl Brouse He would not The agents used a pretext to gain entrance to the motel they they would not soy what the prelext When they got Jenkins was in the Another Henry Kiler of the Phila delphia had been watching Jenkins was to be arraigned laler in the day on a charge of escaping from federal Kitcr was charged with helping a federal prisoner FircKagesOn VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTERS battle a wall of flames as it reaches a front yard of one home not visible in at the hugh bruch fire which hat resulted in death of three and injuries lo 45 other goes into third Diminishing have given authortios hope that the dangerous fire be containined   

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