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   Hagerstown Daily Mail (Newspaper) - September 6, 1956, Hagerstown, Maryland                                VOL SEPTEMBER I M IfcM WJU SINGLE 5 Eden Calls Parliament To Hear Report Armed Troops Hold Angry Mob In Check Fists Swing Bui Crowd Is Forced Back Guardsmen Escort Negro Children Into School 6 yelling mob of 400500 persons swung fists today as National Guard troops escorted nine Negro youtjii Into the previously white Sturgis High The armed troops got the youths through the fistswinging crowd tfter a fiveminute strug Five unidentified men were teized by the who moved into this western Kentucky town of last The seized men were quickly removed from the scent by State The taking the Ne gro youths into the school approxi mately i half hour before classes j were to fixed andi drove the crowd away from the ichool As the Negro youthi left their homes about a from this minp ing and firming towns only liighjing parents kept 16 third graders crowds began 19 gather nome from tne reopening of school Bulletins See Farm Belt As Battleground 6 AP Douglas DI11 said today that President pro jected farm speeches indicate that the President realizes his farm program has not worked and has hurt most of the Humphrey DMinn another consistent critic of Republican farm agreed with Douglas that the Midwest farm belt will certainly be a major battle ground in this years First French Troopship In Cyprus 6 French troopship Foreign Legionnaires and are be troops for Suez crisis The vessel anchored at the south port of The French mostly battleseasoned Foreign Legionnaires and are be ing sent to Cyprus for the duration of the Suez Canal A second the Is expected the next Unofficial estimates of the number of French troops to be stationed on this eastern Mediterranean island range from four to five Six Bus Trips And No Time V Left Over For Any Learning along the way engaging in name calling as the youths walked down a nearby rural district yester the By the time they had reached the ichoolt the crowd had reached nearly many yelling dont let those niggers inj8le exclaimed one How much time will be our When several in the crowd tried to grab the National Guardsmen stepped Fists be day in their the kids would be too giddy from bus rides to loak up Six separate bus in a sin be left for learning It started several weeks ago when officials of the Middle Pax gan to fly but the troops pushed to District realized they had A days program was charted like this the pupils to be picked up by bus near their homes and taken to Paxton change to anoth er bus at Paxton for Dauphin at lunchtime back by but to which has a then all aboard for Dauphin again ichool over for the two more bus rides to get The parents of the absentees said better conditions than that must be provided before theyd Marines Lose Lives By Drowning Freak Ocean Cur rent Blamed 12 Others Saved Okinawa Harines drowned off the north shore of Okinawa yesterday while swimming during a break in field the Marine Corpi an The men were knocked off their feet by a strong undercurrent which believed due to typhoon it was Victor commander of the 3rd Marine Di said a freak ocean current caused the At least 12 other Marines were saved by other Leathernecks in An extensive land and tea search was under way for re mains of the 11 who All available planes were searching he sea within five miles of shore and foot patrols combed the ihore The Marine Corps that the Uarinei took a break from their Seld problem on the coast of Oki nawa and went for a swim in ap parently calm Before they got waiit the men were in an eyewit ness was They were knocked from their feet by a vi cious undercurrent and tumbled seaward on the Jack com manding officer of F of the 2nd 8th Marine Regi immediately called off the Continuid On Pate 2 2 their way through and after driv ing the crowd back across the street remained with fixed bayo nets around the Many white children remained outside the commanding officer of about 210 members of the 240th Tank Bat Continued On Page 2 6 more pupils than space to put change their them The officials decided to George Paxton School shift 50 third graders to Dauphin a mile away and in an Board said the natur al of law would take other For the transferred care of any prolonged parental 50 that meant though travel He added the shut may not havetie service is the lesser of two upset the certainly the greater one being half mayed many of their day Retail Center Case Back In Court Today The conference with Chief Judge GeorgeHenderson in Circuit Court case involving the dispute over the for a retail shopping area adjacent the Mills supermarket on Northern Avenue was resumed today in Cir cuit The court had allowed an appeal S from a decision of the Board of Zoning Appeals which had granted an exception to the zoning law in order to permit construction ofthe retail center in a area zoned resi The pretrial conference of at torneys was called by Judge Hen derson In order to clarify some points of law and the issues in Francis representing the petitioner appealing the decis contended that the Zoning Board acted illegally and arbitrar ily and against the interests of ad joining property Attorney John repre senting contended that the decision was proper and that the appeal itself was CITIZEN Hes Gof First Day Of School Blues Little sixyearold Ronnie Favingcr decided he just wasnt giing to cooperate on his first day at school at He took off hi down in a corner of cUssronm closet and stayed there all Hii rather thun him out and make him un that would let him stay SAN FRANCISCO Stevenson beckoned to the Ameri can working man today to choose vision instead of complacency in this election year and march with the Democrats along the road ity May Snag bunty Parking Ticket Holders Chief of Police Jesse Brown wants to do something about coun ty motorists who ignore parking ickets received in and he has come up with a plan to e submitted to the Board of Pub lie Works for approval The plan calls for the issuance of warrants to be served by con stables on the offending motorists in the In the case of each warrant there would be collateral of re plus costs for the con making a total of for each Chief Brown said there are scores of tickets held by motorists who reside outside the corporate imits of Hagerstown and who can not be reached by city police un ess they are spotted when they re turn to the The Chief admitted that this is a difficult way to apprehend the non paying ticket holders in view of the vast volume of traffic in the He has consulted with magis trates and has been advised the procedure of using constables to serve warrants would be The next step is to get the ap proval of the Works Board for the Chief Brown believes that after a few motorists have to pay for a ticket that could have been dis charged originally for here will be mo the Stevenson Urges Labor To March With Democrats Along Road To New America to the new The Democratic candidate for president accused the Republicans of offering labor and the nation proposals and pious words but not Stevenson conteded there were forwardlooking parts in the ac ceptance speeches President Ei senhower and Vice President Nix on delivered at the Republican National Convention here last But he said that sitting complacently on the convention floor and chanting for the leader they seldom follow was the old Republican wrecking crew which will vote to keep those segments of the speeches from ever becoming We must face the the of kinship between the working Democratic nominee that every four years the Republican candidates talk like I am always flattered when they borrow our but they dont keep them long who roused American Legion to both bravos and boos in addressing its annual convention in Los Angeles yester continued pummeling the Re publicans He came through some rough razzing from some of his fellow legionaires with no obvious chip his was on his The audience for which speech was prepared today another calculated to be more friendly a convention of the International of Ma chinists in the San Francisco Civic Stevenson said he was proud of what he called a natural feeling people of America and the Demo cratic he stand as the peoples Stevenson promised that he and Estes Kefauver of the Democratic vice presidential would put on the hard est campaign that this country has ever And he told the ma chinists that with their help they will win in November and will start next January to build the new The advance word from Clayton Stevensons press sec was that you can bet the speech rto the machinists wont be For that matter Stevensoni id dress to the Legion wasnt anti But parts of it were pretty much And the re action from an organization with a membership with divided party Conlinntct an fagi 1 Big Rattlesnake Escapes Aiter Striking At Her Bessie who does the cooking for the National Lunch at wont rest un til a huge at her at is found and Divelbliss wai still shak ing this morning when re ported for work and told the story of her experience last She lives at the edge bf the moun tain between Hancock and Me After supper she was raking the yard when she heard a warning rattle She turned to see the big dia mondback coiled beneath a I was so frightened I couldnt and maybe it was best I didnt at that for tht snake didnt strike Divelbliss told a friend in Han There was no one but young people so I called to them to go get some She then ran for the doorway just as snake hitting the side of the house just where Divelbliss had been standing a moment The snake then slithered away into the and by the time a neighbor rived had a drove away while being placed under arrest last March 28 by Pa tralman Harley and it cost him over in fines and costs to day following prosecution by States Attorney Tom Donald who had been the subject of an elaborate police search since he drove away on West Side Avenue while Patrol man Snyders attention was called to another motorist who was seek ing was fined for Pennsy Man Fined After Being Nabbed In Long Search City police finally caught up with I driving while under the mnfftpict urhn Ua TPIft ft rftttnfl rflfri who failing to obey an Patrolman Snyder said he had stopped the Gluck auto and intend ed to place Gluck under arrest for He held Clucks registration card and license in his hand und told him to wait a minute when an other motorist halted aiked In the a truck passei between Patrolman Snyder am Gluck and the motorist sped away to testimony of the Hagerstown police notifiec Marcersburg police to apprehend Gluck for driving without a and notified the Maryland Commis sioner of Motor Vehicles thai Glucks license and registration would be sent to him and that the Continued On Page 4 Emergency Session Is Over Canal Indicates To Iks In Cairo Have Taken Definite Turn 6 Prime Minister Eden today called an emergency session of Parliament for September 12 to hear a report on mission to Cairo in the Suez The announcement emphasized that the recall of the vacationing due back until prompted by fivepower discussions in Cairo with Egyptian President Eden indicated the Cairo talkl lave definite and iibly conclusive What wasnt immediately clear whether a compromise is im minent or whether Nasser has re fused to budge from his earlier stand against any foreign inter ference in running the Eden is flying to Balmoral Cas Saturday give Queen personal account of thi Cairo ivil War Round Table Will Be Organized Here Look To Approaching Centennial Woman Hurt In HeadOn Auto Crash One person was hurt in a three car crash this morning on 40 about threetenths of a mile east of according to State The accident apparently occur red in this A car operated by Robert Fal Was travel ing west on 40 when a car oper ated by Margaret attempted to pass the Fallensbee auto which was slow ing or 1 In attempting to miss the Fallens bee the Norford car side swiped the Fallensbee auto and veered to the left and struck an au to operated by James Clear which was coming from the opposite The Norford woman suffered A Civil War Round which would be affiliated with those in other is expected to be organized here in the near A Round Table for Hagerstown has been in the planning stage for several months and sentimenfhas jeen Some of those who have indicat ed their intention of organizing such a Round Table here have felt hat the Antietam Battlefield has never been developed as it should as a historic shrine such as the Gettysburg They see an once the Round Table is in full operation to develop the site of the greatest Jury Makes Award Of Here In Condemnation single day battle of the Civil as well as the other historic shrines right here in Washington This group would like to see Antie tam Battlefield staffed with guides as is the Gettysburg and widely They point also to the first monument ever erected to George Washington on South Mountain and to Fort Fred the best preserved fortress of the French and Indian War Days of the 18th century as other places to be Tile local group has received sug gestions and offers of assistance from a variety of Civil War Round Tables in other notably and es pecially have asked how they may be of The Round Tl Table has begun active I YWId3 for observance of the Civil Wan They envision it as A Circuit Court jury today award ed to the property owi Egypt Important new development in the talks be tween the fivenation Suez Canal Committee and President Nasser caused the committee to take time out today for a careful A source close to the headed by Australian Prime Min ister Robert Menzies disclosed Oie but no hint of iti nature could be obtained from It was reported to be of such that the Menzies group was giving it thorough No timt was set for the committees fifth meeting with There was speculation it would be A committee spokesman said the development did not represent a stalemate in the talks which opened and added I am optimistic that a compromise will be He said no time was set for tht next meeting because the mis sion is looking into various de tailed aspects of things which President Nasser has said so The cdmmittee came here with a proposal for international control of the key Middle East waterway backed by 18 of the 22 nations at tending the recent London confer ence on the canal The conference was called after Nas ser announced July 26 that Egypt had nationalized the Nas Contmued On Past 2 2 Democrats Add nationwide commemoration on a The permanent registers of vot ers spent a busy day en commeniurauon m of n planned and Demoscrats and 70 RepllbljCRnS and IW UCIllUUIrtlS dllll and to the tenant in a propdirected by a federalState Comu D n d erty condemnation suit brought by mission appointed by the President the Slate Roads Congress and supplied with anM band acres of hcre has ojhe office registers is open with e office was open from 9 re until 9 and the same hours will be followed the extra charged originally for here will The Norford woman suffered a barn and outbuildings along State j vcel everv da from 9 4 bl be more county motorists paying possible fractured skull and 58The accumulated noon Salurdays ho fha Woehintrlnn ILnntinura in fage Slayer Will Die Tonight 10 Marland has turned down final plea for clemency and Robert Lee of is scheduled to die tomorrow night iri the State Penitentiary electric Hopkins was convicted of mur der last May 10 in the slaying of Thomas Liinty Charleston used car Ervine was found dying near his DePont City home the morning of The Ira chaplain at the bap tijtrrl Hopkins yesterday unrt snirt the prisoner has made his peace with taken to the Washington County The case lasted one day and a State Trooper Harry Bowman investigated the crash which oc curred about half in Circuit Court and included an inspection of the The State Roads Commission had The Shelby and Norford autos j orjgjnaiiy deposited with the were badly court for the property Report Man Tries To Give Baby Away be he last dav tor a11 Evening hours will be held again September 26 and 27 and again Oc tober 3 and October 6 noon will Cooler Weather Due Tomorrow In This Section Fair and cooler weather is on its way but its going lo be cloudy and humid until the shovors finally end early Tomorrow will be cooler and Saturday fair and says the Weather Bureau Yesterday Ihc temperature here roached 88 and nights low was 67 U will be several Found TwoFoot Long Alligator If someone is missing two foot long it can be re very much by calling the Western Maryland Supply Main You can imagine the surprise Nelson 1810 Fountain Head when the alliga tor came strutting out from be neath some ihrubherv he was the other He put tration prior to the Genera Elec Among the different from usual chores city police were called upon to perform last night were these A call was received from an unii ricntified West Baltimore Street woman that a man was walking around the neighborhood trying to give away a small searched the neighborhood bull Readers index grees pooler tonight the the alligator in hnx and brought tered ihowtrs and him to plact of were unable to find the A call was received from the Pennsylvania Railroad yardmaster staling that a car had drifted fromj a used car lot at Virginia Avenue and Wilson Boulevard onto the railroad tracks and would some one remove The owner was called and it pulled off tht Amuiemtnti Bridge Lttson U Crossword 33 Daily 1 Editorial 20 Mary Haworth Jumts Mirlow Mtrcur On TV 1 Ttlovijion J Radio WMthir   

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