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   Big Spring Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 19, 1956, Big Spring, Texas                              TODAYS WFATHM BIG SPRING AND VICINITY Fair thte anenww u4 toilghl Mrtly etatdy M Tierta Ugh May 75 tow to alga torntmw 79 BIG SPRING DAILY HERALD THE HERALD Page Page Cffmicc 4 TV log U Oil Want Adi W 11 Radio log 2 Womens news S VOL 28 NO 243 AP WIRE SERVICE BIG SPRING TEXAS MONDAY MARCH 19 1956 PRICE FIVE CENTS TWELVE PAGES TODAY Big Haul At Mail Call Pvt Thomas W Roberts Oak Lawn HL estimates It will take him a week to read the 100 love he received in one day from his girl friend Roberta Wroblcski also of Oak Lawn All were postmark ed the same day Roberto Is stationed at Aberdeen Proving Ground Md where he is a repair student ROBERT SPROUL Scholars To Honor California U Prexy BERKELEY Calif OftSome of the worlds distinguished scholars and scientists this week are honor ing a man who has headed the University of California more than 25 years without ever possessing that basic academic badge a Ph D degree Robert Gordon Sproul business manpresident of the nations and perhaps the worlds biggest uni versity simply never found time to acquire one The allstar cast of speakers at Charter Day exercises here Friday will be topped by James Bryant Conant U S ambassador to Ger many and presidentemeritus of Harvard University Lewis I Strauss chairman of the U S Atomic Energy Commis will speak at Los Angeles began in October 1930 enrollment has more than doubled to 38500 the teaching staff tripled and the value of the education plant risen from 40 to 23d million dollars The annual budget is nearly 79 million dollars The university has become a recognized leader in scientific re search and a mecca for outstand ing men in this field Nobel Prize winners Ernest 0 Lawrence in ventor of the cyclotron and Glenn T Seaborg discoverer of pluton ium are among them The radiation laboratory at Liv ermore Calif and the Los Ala mos N M scientific laboratory are operated by the university for the Atomic Energy Commission Sprouls proudest achievement Is Negoes Go On Trial For Beating TUSCALOOSA Ala Ne gro brothers went on trial today charged with beating a University of Alabama student because a Ne gro coed had been driven from the school Arthur Washington 23 and his 19yearold brother John charged with assault with intent to mur der were indicted after two Ne groes attacked Samuel Penin Taylor 19 of Tuscaloosa Feb 14 When arraigned the two plead ed innocent and innocent by rea son of insanity They were repre sented by attorneys appointed by the court Police quoted the brothers as saying they attacked Taylor a stranger to them to get even with somebody for what they did to Miss Lucy High Supports Advocates May Make Last Try WASHINGTON UtSen Mundt RSD said today advocates of higher government farm price supports may make one more ef fort to raise them in the pending omnibus farm bill There has been some discus sion of adding a gadget that woult freeze part of our surpluses in a national security reserve and thus permit higher supports Mundt said in an interview Sen Humphrey DMinn has such an amendment peuding but opponents of highlevel supports have said they would fight its adoption Leaders expected to resume ac tion on the catchall farm bill sometime late today It has been pending since Feb 22 Pushed ahead of it for consid eration today were 194 routine measures piled up on the legisla tive calendar As thefarm bill moved slowly toward passage Sen Cotton R NH contended that some Demo crats are trying to delay and sab otage this bill He added in a weekend inter view that they want to foozle up the farm program because it is the only peg they can hang their hats on in the coming elections But Sen EUender DLa re plied that much of the delay is the direct responsibility oi the Re publicans who he said demand O Daniel Will Seek Governors Office MAJOR BREAKTHROUGH sion March 26 For Sproul 64 the week will climax 46 years at the University of California which has eight cam puses the largest two at Berkeley known as and Los Angzles It is a wonderful job he told The Associated Press I cant think of any other I would like so well or could enjoy more He once turned down a avear San Francisco bank presi dency to keep his own post and later declined the Presidents chair at Columbia University at His own job now pays He preferred to plow a straight furrow in his native California he said Since the Sproul administration holding it all together under a single administrative regime in i state 800 miles long and plagued by sectional rivalries The state university still exists as a single entity he said There were years when the re ed a Senate recess for Lincoln Day political speeches and have since talked at length on the bill in Senate debate Humphreys pending national security reserve amendment would direct that some surplus farm products be set aside in a I strategic stockpile to be used only in time of disaster war or simi lar emergency In fixing the level of govern ment supports the secretary of agriculture is directed to consider the existing supply along with es timated demand anticipated duction and other factors Under Humphreys proposal he could ig nore surpluses and so increase the level of supports Energy Drawn From AirTo Create 3Mile Ball Of Light BALTIMORE The Air Research and Development Command reports its scientists have found a way of freeing chemically stored sunlight in the earths atmosphere Eventually the announcement said the experiments may lead to a means of extracting this stored energy for such uses as the propulsion of rocket ships high in the atmosphere Terming the discovery a major breakthrough ARDC headquarters here said it took place at the Holloman Air Development Center in New Mexico Under direction of Dr Murray Zelikoff scientists found in the laboratory that energy locked in atomic oxygen could be released by adding nitric oxide a gas the announcement said Nitric oxide it said has the property of bringing two oxygen atoms together to form an oxygen molecule and release light The light is actually sunlight which has been stored chemically in oxygen atoms To test the laboratory discovery the ARDC said a rocket was sent 60 miles aloft from Holloman It released nitric oxide gas under high pressure into the at mosphere j tu A flood of light resulted In less than 10 minutes the announcement said the light had grown in size so that it seemed from the earth to be about four times the diameter of the moon The spot of light spread to about three miles in width before the nitric oxide gas thinned out and the brightness dimmed the ARDC said Ike Asks Foreign Aid Of Nearly Billion gents thought it never couldI i Feb 6 Taylor was roughed up but es caped with minor injuries when he was grabbed as he walked past a Negro residential section near the campus Autherine Lucy first Negro to enroll at the University was driv en from the campus by a mob His worst failure he said has been trying to make intercol legiate athletics honest Ive tried hard and I havent given up yet I just dont like cheating Im a frustrated man in the field To alumni clamoring for sports triumphs he has repeatedly de nounced subsidized athletes I want the teams I cheer to be a natural outgrowth of the university I a group of gladiators who have gathered where the pay is best Expelled because of unproved charges that university officials conspired with the mob she is seeking a federal court order that would require the school to re admit her WASHINGTON W President Eisenhower today asked Congress to vote for foreign aid with in military assistance earmarked for the Mid East and Ada Serious risk of aggression still exists in the areas he said Along with his request for a big increase in appropriations Eisen With four persons already annower asked for new flexibility in nounced for three places Wednesadministration of the program day is the last day for candidates particularly he asked for power to enter the Big Spring S c h o o 1 to make up to 10 School Election Deadline Near Russia Pays Half Of Cost Of Downed Navy Aircraft WASHINGTON W The United states disclosed today that Rus sia has paid as half the when Secretary of State Dulles and Soviet Foreign Molo tov were in San Francisco attend cost of a navy Neptune plane shot ing the 10th anniversary confer down by Soviet fighters over of the United Nations Bering Sea lastJune j jti State Department press officer Lincoln White said this marks the first time Russia or any of its satellites ever has paid for planes knocked down in incidents since World War II White made public a note de livered by the Russian Embassy in Washington to the State Depart ment last Saturday The Soviet note insisted the US plane vio lated Soviet frontiers but that nev ertheless a check of was enclosed The incident occurred at a ume They conferred immediately on it and Dulles later suggested that Russia pay at least half Molotov agreed but last Jan 6 the State Department prodded Russia The department reminded the Soviets they had never paid and gave a breakdown of costs for the plane and injuries to the crew In agreeing to accept half of the total claimed damages the United States held to its contention that the Soviet attack was unpro voked and took place in inter national airspace Missing Plane Search Resumes MIAMI Air search continued today for a private plane that vanished Thursday with five pas sengers including three Texans on a 250mile flight from Eleuthera Island in the Bahamas to Miami The Coast Guard said wreckage sighted Saturday on Andros Island was from an aircraft that crashed long ago The twoengined Beechcraft car ried Mr and Mrs James Corcoran of Miami Mr aid Mrs L A Grelling of Tyler Tex and the Grellings pilot Clyde Barrow Journalism Group Picks Meeting Site Board race The election will be held Satur day April 7 same date set for the Howard County Junior College trustee election Two incumbents were the only ones to announce or new terms on the HCJC board Public school candidates must file with Board Secretary R E McKinney prior to midnight Wed nesday in order to get their names on the ballot Candidates who already have entered the race are Clyde Angel and Robert Stripling whose terms expire this vear and Joe B Neely and Joe L Hull McKinney is the other trustee whose current term ends in April He hadnt decided this morning whether he will seek reelection HCJC candidates for new six year terms are Horace Garrett and K HMcGibbon Public school trusteeships run for three years the college terms for six years That feature as well as the money increase promised a hot fight in Congress In a special message Eisen tower told the lawmakers We cannot now falter in our quest for peace Eisenhower said the need for the mutual security program he out lined is urgent because 1 There are still nations thai are eager to strive with us for peace and freedom but withou our help lack the means of doing so 2 There are still forces hostile to freedom that compel the free world to maintain adequate a K coordinated military power to de ter aggression 3 There are peoples wh aspire to sustain their freedom but confront economic obstacles that are beyond their capabilities of surmounting alone To Announce Candidacy In Broadcast FORT WORTH W W Lee ODaniel former governor and senator said today he would try to regain the governors post ODaniel staged one of the big gest upsets in Texas political his tory in 1938 when he won the Dem ocratic nomination over 12 oppo nents In a radio speech last week ODaniel asked his friends to write htm and let him know if he should make the race The Dallas businessman owner of six insurance companies told iho manager of Radio WBAP today he would announce his candidacy in a pm radio speech to day ODaniels entry may pit him against Sen Price Daniel who a week ago offered himself as a can didate for governor if enough vot ers would write him their approval He has said his offer got resound ing results the great majority ap proving Daniel has scheduled other speech to give his definite decision March 26 Definitely in the governors race are Reuben Senterfitt former House speaker Austin business man J J Holmes and Evetts Ha ley of Canyon writer and rancher Also probable but unannounced candidates are Austin attorney Ralph Yarborough who has been beaten twice for the post former Supreme Court Justice James Hart and Agriculture Commis sioner John White In his first radio speech ODan iel said he had always been his policy to ask the rank and file of the people of Texas to let me know what they want done and Eisenhower said significant 1 who they want to do it SAN ANTONIO The Texas chapter of Sigma Delta Chi na tional journalism fraternity chose Fort Worth yesterday for its next convention Lee Bond of the Dallas United Press office was elected president Passenger Forgot To Read The Book MIAMI Fla behind by a commercial airline passenger debarking from a ChicagotoMi ami flight last night A book entitled Stop Forget a mental concentra tion pamphlet as a bookmark Pioneer Gail Druggist Dies LAMESA David Dorward 83 pioneer Borden County rancher and druggist died in a hospital here Sunday Mr Dorward had been in failing health for a long time Two years ago he had been injured but not seriously when a tourists car struck his automobile at an inter sectionin Gail In the early days of Borden County Mr Donvard had been a ranch cook He bad come there in 1891 and had been a resident con tinuously since In 1900 he took up his trade as druggist and at the time of his death he held the old est pharmaceutical license in Tex Molenkoy Sees British Atom Plant LONDON opened her top atomic energy research pSant to former Soviet Premier Georgi Malenkov today But she made American correspondents and oth er newsmen wait outside You will be allowed to see Di do the heavy water pile but you can see nothing else a British official told newsmen at the Har well plant We are sorry but se curity rules are security rules Kim Beliaev correspondent for the Soviet news agency Tass laughed in the officials face You amaze me he said You testimony to the success of our mutual security programs appears hi the new turns and develop ments of Soviet policy Although he said the new Rus sian maneuvering is still develop ing we must assume that Soviet expansionism has merely taken on a somewhat different guise and that its fundamental objective is still to disrupt and in the end to dominate the free nations Eisenhower added With Soviet leaders openly pro draining their world aim it would be folly for us and our friends to relax our collective efforts toward stability and security Eisenhower said the 000 which he is asking is a low price to pay for the security and vastly greater chances for world peace Signs of tough sledding for the program were unmistakable par ticularly in the Senate With that prospect obviously in mind Eisenhower told Congress Mrs ODaniel asserted her fans band bad received thousands letters petitions postcards and telegrams Like the good old times said ODaniel was governor from Jan 17 1939 to Aug 4 1941 when he resigned after winning a spe cial election to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Sen Morris Sheppard ODaniel said in 1948 he was quit ting politics but did not close the door against returning at a future date Clerics Leave For Leningrad MOSCOW W A delegation ot visiting American Protestant churchmen left for Leningrad to day on the windup of their 10day visit to the Soviet Union The 10 Americans set out after attending midnight Lenten serv ices in Moscows Russian Ortho Yelekovsky cathedral Patri to overcome the conditions which larch Alexei head of the Church the program is an indispensable part of our national effort to meet affirmatively the challenge of all forces which threaten the inde pendence of the free world and make peace insecure and progress difficult Under the program he set out three billion dollars would be set aside for purely military aid with the biggest proposed for the tension ridden Death Takes Fred Allen Noted RadioTV Comedian NEW YORK serv ices will be held tomorrow for Fred Allen the veteran humorist with the baggy oyes and sharp wit The 61yearoid radio ana tele vision comedian d ed of a heart ailment as he strolled a Manhat tan street late Saturday night A solemn Requiem Mass will be sung for Allen at the actor s chap el of St Malachys Roman Catho lic Church in the theater district He will be buried at the Gate of Heaven Catholic Cemetery in sub urbar Westchester County Mien was an entertainer in in radio television and motion pictures for a quarter of a cen tury He a regular panelist on the CBS television show What s My Line Last night the show went on without him His widow Portland Hoffa said he would j have wanted it that way Master of ceremonies John Daly said at the start of the program hat despite their sorrow the cast would put on the show the way rred would like to have had it done This said Daly meant doing no more than Allen himself had often done making his audiences laugh when he didnt feel like laughing Steve Allen no relation substi tuted for Fred After an autopsy yesteiday Dr MiHon Hepern chief medical ex aminer said the comedian died of occlusive coronary heart dis ease He said Allen had had a heart condition over the years Ill health and sponsor trouble put Allen on parttime work on ihe airwaves in 1949 He gave up his struggle against TV about the Allen was born John Florence Sullivan in Cambridge Mass on May 31 1894 He changed his name early in his career at the sug gestion of his agent a man named Allen His first venture on the stage was as a juggler One day a stage manager walked out on the stage and asked him how he had learned his art In his nasal voice the young Al len quipped I took a correspondence course in baggage smashing The crack brought down the house and launched his career as comedian Ten years on U S as Mr Dorward had served as a county official and had been a pil lar in the Gail Methodist Church Not long ago residents of Gail and Borden County honored him with a Dave Dorward Day on the oc casion of one of the county home coming events For many years his drug store had the only telephone in Gail and his drug store became the center of all community activities He was a sort of unofficial historian of Borden County and by consensus the countys first citizen Funeral was to be held at 3 pm Monday in the Gail High School auditorium with the Rev J W Hawkins pastor of the Fluvanna Methodist Church officiating Buri exists Eisenhower added that the pro See IKE ASKS Page 6 Col 6 let all these Russian scientists in I Middle East and Asia In that part Do you think they understand less of the world Eisenhower said about atomic secrets than risk of aggression still can correspondents Malenkov now Soviet minister for power stations got up early to make the 80mile ride from Lon don to Harwell He was joined here by other members of the visiting Soviet del egation They had spent the night at Windsor after sightseeing in the town steeped in royal traditions HodgesTo Stay On County Job in Russia presided Alexei preached a sermon on forgiveness He did not mention the American visitors After the service the congregation filed past the visiting clergymen to kiss their hands and thank them for their visit The reception was very warm as it has been in every church we have visited said Dr Eugene C Blake of Philadelphia president of the National Council of Church es al was to be in the Gail Cemetery under direction of Higginbolham Funeral Home of Lamesa Mr Dorward leaves his wife three sons D R Dorward Eagle Pass Maurice D Dorward Dallas and Kelvin Dorward Vienna Va and five grandchildren Boycott Leaders Called Into Court MONTGOMERY Ala WVTwen tyfive Negro ministers and 68 oth ers of their race were called into court today to answer for the pro ciined to comment on their plans before the trials opened The antiboycotting law enacted in 1921 as a weapon against labor longed mass Negro boycott of segstrife prohibits any conspiracy or Ross Hodges assistant to the regaled city buses agreement to hinder the operation r 1 nf 1 Af tinttt 71 let county engineer who had resigned from that post effective on April 1 has reconsidered and will re main with the department But before the trials could pro ceed Circuit Judge Eugene Car ter had to rule on a defense peti tion attacking validity of the anti Walter Parks newly appointed boycotting indfctments returned county engineer said he was by a grand jury Feb 21 pleased Hodges had decided to stay the job and members of Negro attorneys filed preirial demurrers protesting that the and Australian vaudeville circuits followed In 1922 he met Miss Hoffa in New York They were married in Mutilated Bodies Found In Mexico CIUDAD VICTORIA Mexico M discovered yesterday the mutilated and unidentified bodies of a man and woman believed to be from the United States The partly decomposed bodies were found in a wooded area three Stay UH me juu aiiu i ti o the Commissioners Court likewise prosecution under a seldom used expressed gratification Hodges has served as assistant to the engineer for some time He had asked to be relieved of his duties in a letter to the com missioners The court had accept ed the resignation with regret state law violates the defendants rights of free speech freedom ofj worship and peaceful assembly and equal protection under thecence law as guaranteed by the U S Although the bus dispute start o i j of a lawful business without just cause or legal excuse The grand jury said the bus boycott is ille gal Maximum penalty for violating the law is six months in jail and a fine The indicted have waived the right of jury trial electing instead to let the trial their guilt or inno Constitution ed as a demand for better seat f Tl A demurrer is a legal device ing arrangements even if still seg Parks who was employed as enwhich argues simply that no uni regaled it spread ultimately to gineerreported for Work on March awful offense has been outigh attack on c ty and 7 and Hodges has been associated with him since that time His sharp wit same time i 1S28 The couple went into radio miles from the VictoriaMatarnoros Let someone else pioneer it j together in 1932 and also made highway 70 miles south of tha he once said of the new medium several movies including Thanks j Texas border about 32i would continue at his post ted By raisin i state travel segregation laws the question of coni The mass protest began last JLJJ k stitutional rights the defense a after a Negro oros County Judge R H Weaver said stitutional rignis ins utueiiae ththat Hodges is a verv important vers built the framework for a I Mrs Rosa Parks a employe of the coimly and that possible appeal to the U S Su and lined S14 for refusi officials were delighted that Court it the boycotting Nea Drivers order to m j 11 at his nnst i crocs are convicted But they dei colored section ot nss Rosa Parks was arrested refusing to obey move to tbi bos   

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