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   News and Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1958, Jefferson City, Missouri                                Sheriff of Cochlse iSUrrint John Bromfield PM Tody KRCGTV Channel 3 NEWS AND RIBUNE VOL33 NO 15 A Sunday Combination of the Morning Capital News and Evening PostTribune JEFFERSON CITY MISSOURI SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1958 PRICE TEN CENTS Helene Hits North little Rock Votes Overwhelmingly MMM9 i mmim t m m Diihlir Rohmri i To Retain Segregation in Schools With Winds of 125 Heavy Damages Reported No Loss of Life Hurricane Expected To Move Out to Sea On Northeast Course WILMINGTON NC AP Shrieking battering winds up to 140 miles an hour 25foot waves and sheets of rain rode the skirts of hurricane Helene across the North Carolina Coast Saturday wreaking heavy videspread dam age The coastal cities and towns huddled behind sand dunes built j since the devastating hurricanes of 195455 took the strongest winds ever recorded along this storm blown course Despite heavy damage estii mated early in the millions of dol lars the North Carolina coast ap parently rolled with the punch And Helene howled off the north east raking the sparsely popu ulated outer banks and cutting more lines of communication as she headed out to sea At 11 pm EST the Washington Weather Bureau located Helenes eye about 35 statute miles east of Cape Hatteras NC moving northeast toward the open sea and likely to pick up speed Helene feinting at South Caro lina coastal cities only to alter course boiled northward along the Carolinas all day She shattered shipping installations gouged out beaches and shattered buildings and houses as she kept her eye or storm center always just off shore No Deaths Reported Highway patrol spokesmen said no loss of life had been reported Large Areas Toll From Japanese Mounts More Than 300 TOKYO AP The death toll lists pushed the number of from Typhoon Ida mouted as missing to 2000 aster reports trickled in from military forces dispatched flooded areas of central and men to help in Police listedSOS fatalities 692 and relief work in the jured and 1230 persons capital and elsewhere Inl Casualty figures undoubtedly a note of sympathy to will be higher police said wheniNobusuke Kishi US comrnuications are restored MacArthur II pledged all Isu Peninsula 70 miles and assistance There Tokyo There the roaring no reports of American cas River swollen by 23 inches rain slashed at a dozen skies hung over Tokyo and washed two out to the Isu area Saturday bely US Forces the death and destruction be Unconfirmed Japanese Ida roared up the coast but downgraded from a typhoon a tropical storm late in the Promotion to Record Rainfall the heights of the storm 100 Three winds lashed Izu and Tokyo Bay with gusts up to SOmiles an hour in the city proper An all record inches of rain Hula Hoop destroying or washing awav more than 1000 homes About half Value Day million houses were flooded to varying extent PulaskI Phelps and devastation outside the cap counties will be specially was illustrated by these fig during Jefferson Citys from the police 60000 to Capitol Value Days sales acres of rice paddies Friday and lakes roads washed in 871 places 244 rridges Officials said Saturday that or swept away 1875 nitaries of the three counties In some of the latter will be honored during the families were reported day sales promotion which feature a gigantic hula hoop contest Saturday J Earl Ryan chairman of the Oc tober event said merchants throughout Jefferson City will be offering numerous big sales val ues Friday and Saturday He add ed that while residents of the three counties will be special guests durj There were a few minor injuries in the many sales values being of Late Saturday afternoon andfered early evening Helenes destructive Hula Hoop Contest course lay nrtheastward still paralleling the North Carolina coast as it too swings to north eastward to its eastern extremity Hatteras The Graveyard of the Atlantic Radio TV Issue Heard ST LOUIS AP Televising and broadcasting in the court room were praised as a way of As of noon Saturday 125 personseliminating judicial defects and 3f Pit t Trio tiiwn rr in ing the twoday event all MidMis sourians will have a big stake The weather bureaus latest ad had entered the hula hoop contest which will begin at 10 am Satur day Judging will be based on pro ficiency A total of 10 cash prizes wfll be criticizing as imparing justice in a debate Saturday before the Mis souri Bar Assn Robert D Swezey of New Or leans chairman of the Freedom of Information Committee of the Statement Issued Amidst Criticisms At Home and Abroad WASHINGTON AP Vice President Nixon said Saturday he is confident the American people will support the administrations policy in the Formosa crisis as they come to realize what is at stake Nixon said this in a statement mid strong indications that Pres ident Eisenhower thus far is los ing his battle for greater support of his Formosa policy at home and abroad Mail Critical Among these signs were reports that mail reaching the State De partment since the crisis devel oped has been heavily critical of American policy in the area Nixon said he was shocked by these reports and added What concerns me primarily is not the patent and deliberate effort of a State Department subordinate to undercut the secretary of state and sabotage Ms policy What is of far greater concern is the apparent assumption on the part of those who put the story that the weight of the mail rather should be the controlling factor in determining American foreign pol icy The vice president did not name those in the department he was criticizing Position at Stake j What is at stake in the For mosa Strait he said is not Formosa but the whole free world The State Departmet has rej ceived about 5000 letters from the American public since Aug 23 j Officials said the overwhelming majority of these letters pleaded in effect Keep us out of war One report was that 80 per cent were critical but officials rejected this as too high They refused however to give a precise break dow Office Ransacked Faubus May Take Action Monday On Private Institution Plan LITTLE ROCK Ark Rock voted overwhelmingly Saturday night not to admit Negroes to its allwhite schools With all but three precincts reported plus absentee ballots the count stood Against 19058 For 7393 Gov Orval E Faubus said such a verdict would enable him to turn the allwhite high schools into private institutions and reopen them without Negro students He said he would take action Monday or soon thereafter By telephone from northern Arkansas he told the Arkansas Democrat when informed of the tally The issue was made very clear in the minds of the people and they have made the decision There were reports that school board members met secretly Sat jurday night School Supt Virgil Blossom said he would make no statement To put Faubus Drivste school Persons Succeeds Sherman Adams Ike Names Staffer Ac Acclcfnnf MS MSSISrunr in operation the board must lease the schools to a private cor ten certain the segrega Offices at 321 Commercial Ave that house the Missouri Auto Parts Inc were left in shambles following a breakin Friday night Surveying the ransacked warehouse are Miss Marion Rack ers Rt 4 left and Police Officer J M Kelsay who reported that nothing of any value was found missing NewsTribune staff photo Use of AWeapons Hinted by Douglas Secretary Conceeds Soviet Missile Lead DALLAS Tex Force Loot Amounts to In Five Breakins Offices Ransacked Four breakins and an attempt WASHINGTON AP President Eisenhower Saturdav picked Wilj ton B Jerrv of the wnite House staff succeed I Sherman Adams as Ms chief m was mtle doubt The selection of Persons along come friend of Eisenhower appeared Those favoring integration car certain to be popular with memried only two of the five polling bers of Congress the source of places even in predominantly Ne much of the criticism of Adams jgro districts The vote at Hall the out Persons lean graying 62year old deputy assistant to the Presi dent was chosen six days aft er Adams dramatically had an nounced his resignation in a na tionwide telecast Starts Immediately Persons starts familiarizing nJs new as t a fjfth ai a mm investigators busy Saturday mornsistant to the High to be a cen ter of oppoistion to nearly twotoone for the segrega tionists Faubus Succeeds Faubus in two 30mmute tele vision speeches on consecuttive weeks strongly urged the people t dgamii He u 00 cio t j T a about conditions in I the de segregated schools of segregae scoos n lately It wont all be strange V scnools 91 ntor He has been on the White Washington BC to persuaae But according to police the He has been onjhe White Little age Only tiling found missing WOUld have dke COnseauen ity for arousing what the admin istration calls more understand ing of its Formosa policy De spite considerable effon by Dulles j there are no signs of any major jut VtmSIS IlC n necessary Adding punch to the initial veri CW LJ1C IVJVJLj was small compared withthe damHouse staff since Eisenhower moved in White House Press Sec James C Hagerty said will remain long enough j assist in an orderly transition ces Adams St i he succeeded com Heaid night how breakthrough Columnists Critical Newspaper editorials and bte wre readv xignters were read threat if the Reds persist in use the of force against Nationalist China Other breakins occurred at the Adams quit under a fire of evej I warehouse and offices belonging Republican and Democratic criti segregationist worked at Missouri Auto Parts Inc 321icism of his acceptance of CiAssociation of OsteopatfaicPhvsicilBernard Goldfine ttat the JJlcct intr i J oor TT ans Surgeons 325 E McCartyl pieads Innocence industrialist the public school system as we have known it was necessary to LXC CUiLUiJCLiO OLUU InUC j aguLUOt ti 1 A writings of syndicated declared And make no iji ii rvriTmncr u St and Petry Electric Co 326 Ej Adams insisted he had done a in t ai n segregation in the visory located the hurricane awarded to winners in various age National Assn of Broadcasters ter 75 miles southwest of Cape categories the Best of Show grand said incompetent judges and de Hatteras It then was moving toj champion the youngest contestant j fects in the courts should be ex ward the northeast at 17 miles an j the oldest participant and to the posed to public view He denied hour person traveling the farthest disthat cameras and broadcasting Hurricane warnings were up tance in the MidMissouri area toequipment would upset courtroom from Wilmington to Manteo N C Jefferson City decorum and all warnings came down south 1 The grand champion will bej Barred by Canon of Wilmington awarded in cash with all other Richard T Tinkham of Ham Ontpr Banks winners getting S10 cash prizes jmond Ind represented the Amer uver vuier The contest wfll be held Bar Assn in the debate overj velocity of the storm er full Outer thin barrier sand reef paralleling the upper North Carolina coast and Pamlicoj Sound area from Morehead City and Cape Lookout northeastward to Manteo between now and mid night This course the bureau added will carry the center a short dis regarded by the department Continued on Page 2 Col 7 I iiitiiXt j j as mistake our fighter bombers and was Observance Set For Veterans Day j wrong in making inquiries of found missing atjulatory agencies about pending gays plan light bombers are as caoable of any place considerable ranj Goldfine cases But he said he beJ He assurred them his to using high explosive bombs orj sacking was evident Desk drawers jlieved it might hurt the election operate the schools on a private more rxnverful weapons if necesiwere PuUed out and the contentschances of Republican Candida segregated basis is whollv j dumped about the floor and numjthis fall if he stayed on thev do not have to Channge Approved erouf ltems of merchandise scatj Eisenhowers choice of Persons I comply with the US Supreme This change in the speech was praised by Republican and j Court ruling orriprino intporatinn to An attempt apparently was made Democratic leaders of Congress make it stronger reportedly had appareny was maeiDemocrati State Deoartment approval the afcssouri Auto Parts Store IA retired though DmiPla HirTnnt Adams St out entry was cot Persons t though Douglas atomic bombs The contest will be held in Bar Assn m the debate overj Veterans Dav ttnwam honoriphrace more ilocity of thl storm the feee Nationjrule banfog Hvfg American veterans haswas clear bureau added This will bringjal Guard official radio and cameras planned for Kovember 11 11 hurricane conditions over the frnntirmprf nn paro cfu Tinkham asserted there is subJefferson City i in perhaps u did his not use specify I of the gamed sald nuclear Continued on Page 2 Col 6 Propjet Airliner To Arrive Monday Tinkham asserted there is subi stantial authority that radio and the frankest acknowli Final olarafbr the event Widow of Judge Collapses Dies army major general has been chief congres jsional liaison man for the admin istration since Sept 5 1953 Be Court ruling ordering integration in order to get the schools open again Here too Faubus evidently suceeded Clarence Laws regional field fore that he had served as perj secretary of the National Assn isonal assistant to the President j Continued on Page 2 Col 5 I Hagerty announced also that JL JL JL jBryce N Harlow who has been i special assistant to Persons hadi jbeen named a deputy assistant the President for congressional afj Mrs Viva Cloud Ellison Wvmorefairsa new titleIn effect of the canon to permit cameras and microphohnes throughout the would make the judge an JiiiAOlIl tf li V ry Goldammer president of states is far ahead inlongrannge i Apartments widow of George Kobbls Persons old job Council reportea that tne eyentj stay ahead i Ellison former Missouri Supreme i Meriam Named will consist 01 three mam divisj Douglas said he conceded thatCourt justice collapsed while at Previously the White House hadj Court to Render Formal Opinion ions a parade through the city athe Russians 1 flagraising ceremony outside the 1 Have tance southeast of Cape Hatteras The first propjet airliner to landlmPfesano a Producer and a cenCapitol Building and a ceremony missiles before midnight and well out into i at Jefferson City in scheduled to in the rotunda of the Capitol the Atlantic on Sunday at Memorial Airport at fawezey cnarged tnaL some lawj parade wiu form at This appeared to eliminate afondaJV possibility of the storm causing Uzark Airlines said Saturd further damage along the the Fairchild F27 within the past year Operatioal Soon ballistic l Snges 0 i tending the MissouriIdaho football i announced the selection of Robert j WASHINGTON AP The f f Aji nn T1 Snl Qnrnarvtci Orturf nin mnri ri nnnn at i She collapsed while sitting in the box of Gov James T Blair and died enruote to a hospital in an Judge Ellison from 1927 until the Continued on Page 2 Sol 2 Record Convoy Reaches Quemoy quick hurricane said i public leaders have been invited Exposed beach fronts make an introduction flight on towns and isolated dwellings had j the new plane Ozark added been fully prepared either by evacuation or battering down Car Recovered from to 10 am i Both Ozark and Fairchild The Highway Patrol Saturday rej craft Corp officials will be on on the mroroA 5 rai Frirfav into exnlain fhp snprifll advantaaoc TT Show Defects participate in the parade as Let the defects be known he said They will then be cured teTTL three oaier banas i Tinkham argued anv individual The VFW drill team will be i involved in a trial has the rightiin of flagraising cere i graphed and the setting up Representative Morgan Mou imposes a large 4 Service Commission i Supreme Court will meet at noon on Monday to hand down its formal opinion in the case in which it denied Little Rock any further delay in integrating its schools j Announcing this Saturday night the court clerks office added only I The session will be part of the i August special term and the court la puncnehd morewill meet to dispose of the case i holes in he Communist artillery for which that term was called blockade of Quemoy Saturday The court ruled on Sept 12 that Tne Nationalists blanketed the is1aciai integration must proceed sandy beaches with airjimmediatelv at Little Rocks Cen i cussing wavs in which living covered a car stolen Friday mto explain the special advantages He said extensive pretrial pub erans should be honored He will Sedalia on Schott Road east ofjof comfort speed and safety theiicjtv could make it impossible tobe introduced by Governor James Jefferson City Henry LePageJnew projet F27 offers air travel select an impartial jury and thatJT Blair Jr Mayor Arthur Ellis will IT II county recorder of deeds noticeders iomy partial picture coverage the with an I 3iff the vehicle parked Friday mgluj The plane has a an inaccurate view of the Auction IQmj and Saturday and reported it to the capacity It is pressurized air trial State dignitaries will be guests at V1VCS Funeral services will be pm Tuesday in a iocs fim nehng time to prenare for integration Fiftynine tracked amphibious Chief Justice Warren said vehicles hit the beaches with expression of the views sup patrol The Weather Report conditioned and flies at a cruising speed of 280 miles an hour But Tinkham said the associaithe program Continued on Page 2 Col 8 i Goldammer FAIR i Jefferson City and Central Mis and continued mild j around f Circled Earth Briefly Vanguard Failed to Attain Height or Speed for Orbit 75 WASHINGTON Navyone satellite into orbit lisa Losing Force As Storms Clash said that in the i council has invited all citizens o jthe area to participate in the event i were tied closely Saturday to Gen j jeral Motors efforts to reach con the United Tuesday tract agreement with Auto Workers before strike deadline GM and UAW bargaining teams went into long weekend of nego tiations with neither side giving any indication it was preparing to 1 modify its stand to effect a settle Seofon fo Speak at Columbia Free Trees of America Planting NeSroes To Feature Newspaper Midnight 2 am t am 6 am 8 am 10 am Noon THE THERMOMETER 61 59 conceded Saturday that its Vanjseven attempts Jguard satellite never got up to the Deemed possible Tii guard never climbed 10 j orbital path at which it was miles MIAMI Fla APIHurricane iuuiu w seuiej i NORFOLK Va APThe Nor battered the North GM Vice Prosident Louis Sealon COLUMBIA of Among the leading newsprint lina coast Saturday while her and UAW president Walter Reithithe Frcc Press of America will bepliers who are providing the the sister lisa lost some 0 said ft twohour morninlplanted on the University of Misthe the Great Northern Paoer Co x Ahuc ichool 55 60 69 71 vi bdju auer a uvunour v ntv ull L u i r climbed more thaniforce under the influence of Helsession that sonie sniai campus Wednesday afternoon Xew York Coosa River Newsprint fJ above the earth andenes swirling winds was niadc in one of the features of the opening Co Coosa Pines AlaSouthland proach the 18000mile1 Circulation of the two Seaton said his compjnv the National Newspaper Week Mills Inc Lufkin Texas St eQ reOUirCn for Ornlr TO eroMiner into rttVlor T i Trt acted shortly after High yesterday71 0 bevohdterirsnf which Croix Paper Co New York and courts g oui ISmonthod desegrega 2 pm 4 B Instead it made one onfailed to approach more low altitude tripsperhour speed required for orbiticanes is getting into each other not around the world and then burned I At alout miles the earthsjsaid forecaster Gilbert Clark of j Ford and the UVW Settled Scot Freci ASeaton secreary of the Bowater Paper Co Calhoun Tenn LoiTfetrday5iuo from atmosnheric friction virtually disappears the Miami weather bureau and 17 after a sevenhour strike Ofinterior will deliver a major ad The kickoff ceremonv is A nf tu vn m M 19B P Thc i w that is keePinS Ilsa on a Ford workers That in the morning Shortly thereheld her this rear to comment b ihly ion ofa ears 3 ujhc the density of air increases Flyjward course jycar agreement carried increasesjafter he will rcdodicatc the original ate the 50th anniversary of the of several thousandi They do not join he saidjof 24 to 30 cents hourly over the headstone from Thomas Jeffersons founding of the Universtiy of its action automat the contract for Ford worki6rave at a location near the tempjsouri School of Journalism themmcloses the six schools pur NcwsTrlbune Weathnr Bureau Reading 00 for the past 24 hours ending at mid night last night heaviest rain same date in 40 years 30 in 1336 Total to date his month 328 normal this month to riate 397 same month last year to date 93 this year to date 3570 normal 3189 last year to date 2101 WEATHER BOOK Barometer 3025 rising Relative Humidity 56 Highest wind velocity for 24 hours end hours after the launching at Cape Canaveral Fla said only that the Vanguard had failed to go high enough or fast enough to attain true orbit Burned Out After one or at most a limited number of passes around the earth at very low altitudes the ve at a pm yesterday Memorial reentered the earths atmoS phere and was consumed by fric north nt 15 MPH at noon THE 8CV Sunrise am Uxltr Dm miles an hour the Vanguard j They probably descended into the thick air where air friction would have set if off into flame like a burn ing meteor Question Renewed The failure again raised the and rotate around question of whether the Navy would be authorized to go ahead with the rest of the Vanguardtude each other lisa now is moving northward If Helene wasnt there the newer hurricane would have a tendency to move northwest lisas winds had dropped from a peak of 140 miles an hour to about 115 and had spread slightly At latest report lisa was at lati Lion the announcement said j satellite program There was no To date the Navy has put answer west or about 500 miles northeast ol San Juan Puerto Eico i ers who now average S262 hourorary Freedom of Informationfirst such school in the world suant to the state law and Center on the journalism campus j Thc Jefferson Monument willjpiaces them under the jurisdiction Theplanting of the Trees of theserve as the keystone aroundwhichot Gov J Lindsay Almond Jr Reuthcr indicated the Ford seti Free Press of America scheduled the permanenfquarters of the Free tlement provided a basis on which the unions talks with GM could proceed But he insisteo GM had to make additional grants par ticularly in what the union termed wage inequities among GM workj paper Week observance which istional Newspaper observance hcTc nutrrcss 01 niiiiTna sciiuuuieame permanenrquarrers 01 tne a reei resolution requested Al to begin about pm is a spedom of Information Center will beirnond to utilize the best efforts cial project of the National Newserected at a future date Of vour office to effect the re paper Promotion Association It is Supplementing the dozen or so opening of these schools at the cooperating in the National Newstrees to be planted during the Naearliest possible time ers doing the same job in variousiunder the sponsorship of theNews GM plants paper Association Managers will bo an additional 100 twoyear be informed Continued on Page 2 Col 4 The board directed that Almond IDC informed immediately of its action   

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