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   Denton Record-Chronicle (Newspaper) - August 14, 1949, Denton, Texas                              712 DAYS Without a Traffic Death In Citv Limits DriveSafely Make It 713 NTSTC Library Uan50 Box 5213 Station Texas DENTON RECORDCHRONICLE SUHDAY Price 10 Ceato Per Copy XLVI 311 SUNDAY AUGUST 1949 Associated Press Leased Wire TWENTYEIGHT PAGES REGENTS OF TSCW 4SK BUILDING BIDS By QUIN Staff Writer Texas State College for Women Jrccnts meeting here today voted i advertise lor bids to dormltoiy and a new Home expected to in thc neighborhood of 00 i inplete architectural plans presented the board and dis I by Preston Geren of fort who drew them will be accepted at a meet thc regents here 29 at The regents changed their October meeting lo ttic bids will be finished within a Geren told the Each builrt ag expected lo cost about The college has available for building under Ihe college building amendment a sum of Regents Saturday morning select ed the First National Bank of Port Worth us the deposilory lor theii which will draw 1 per ceni interest and may be withdrawn without George Waverly a member of the regent sug gested to Hubbard that with a little effort and a small amount oi dale in orer i money tne campus shrubs could be to expedite much so In line with the TSCW President lard reported the construction told him they think ihere chance to complete the new unit by the first of the sec It is to be the est dining hall in the Souih and is beiMg constructed at ost of Sefore thc new dormitory and ue economics building lire slart frame coop donnitories i the swimming pool will be id by the They are mi and The new will be put up approx lateh where they are near Bell 7 enue specifications nlljl ile to sce what coultl be done about the D vice chairman and head of of the regents builting reported that the wir ing in the Administration Build ing was outmoded and should be He asked that steps be taken to modernize it and rec ommended immediate Problem Business Manager Love lace said he hod studied the wir ing problem and that it would be a bg job to modernize Wiling was put in in 1902 when the build in was built and it was put in buried in the concrete for drawing the i walls and It cannot bu puJlcd out since it is thereby quiring the opening of the waits nod j Efforts will be made lo arrange for modernizing the President whitteuburg pre sided at the Present were Arthur Dietrich Carney Pollard Hamblen HuUbard ami Those regents who did not attend were Carl Runge nlld Charles Ash Several faculty and staff changes were announced at the meeting Resignations were accepted from Leone assistant professor ot economics business Margaret associate home economics professor Bar bara physical education in structor Katbryn assist ant art professor and George associate of Additions were Patricia Ann Sul physical educational in structor assistant speech professor Charolotte economics and business tutor Bethel as sistant home economics professor and Hugh Leaves of absences were grant ed Frances Darden of the Eng lish John Silber ol the music department and Jimmie STICKY for a new strapless tapeon worn here by model Barbara Lee have stuck Charles De troit Langs said he de signed the new type brassiere at the suggestion of his He ex pected to make no more than a dozen but complained he going nuts trying to fill orders for AP Wire photo J Woman Faints Citys 4950 Budget Hearing Set 25 As Boys Grab Jurse Here Public hearing for thc 104950 city budget has been set for 227 West 25 and city commissioners are now engrossed in the momentous task of preparing the citys budget Mayor Yarbrough said Saturday that this commission is making a more thorough and care She hadappaieiitly ful stutiV of this than sny budget 11 out walking and was return ever nut oefore tne Yarbrough said that department al hearings were progressing satis factorily and that preparation of this years budget was made much I is recovering from shock her home after she was the i tim of two youthful parse l ateliers Friday The attack CM Rosenberg cured about in front I her i en 0111 walking to her Her purse was night to contain about in i There are no street lights in ths before public Yarbrough said commissioners were nol far enough along with the budget to hazard a guess at the tax rate for and who were Uting on their front saw ifTl10 68yearold woman appav I entiy fainted from the shock anil Then she came she cried for i next but that Ihe citv was Nelghbois said they heard better shape with un increase of cries but were unable to from to In new tax Ml where they came passing Jack Strick said that he had just turned Mulberry when his wife night she saw someone lying V tr the They stopped i investigate found trying to get Thought Heart Attack v Police fttid un ambulance were nmoncd and File was taken the corner to the Elm eel Hospital and Clinic when was Ireated for At first I time was thought that she had sufj to n d n heart She was re to her home Saturday morn No Sneeches For NT Grads All Rosenberg told officers that didnt remember much of what that the boys came up ind pushed her down and Summer graduation ceri at North Texas State Colle 25 will be held without a com mencement speaker because of required to present devices record group of 150 ijrad the college committee on convocations revealed The decision was reached niter representatives of graduating groupsexpressed the desire of students to continue to have etuh cross fhe to ve The present tax rate is per One dollar of this goes to the public 39 cents for school bonded indebtedness and 79 rents to the citys general The 1948 tax rate was lowered 2 cents from the rate ap proved In In 1D16 the tax rate received its blsgest slash down to after it hit in Last years overall budget was of which was With a steady Increase Ihebudget has also shown an increase to keep Several new items will have to be included in this years according to year Denton voters passed n measure Dlacin the positions of chief of oolce and ffre chief under the Civil service This meant that the fire heretofore a voluntary would have to be filled by a paid Tom Robinson was aonointed to that The chief of uolice WHS a salaried The nost of citv auditor was also created since the last That nositlon was filled by AldriSge April Utilities and service deoartmenis have also Yarbrough nointed mcanine tiTt more meii were having to be Vaughan Says He Got O J Deepfreeze as Gift Sharp Dispute Seen On Farm Price Bill Birmingham Negro Homes Hit by Bom tense racial zoning row erupted Saturday in the dynamit of two Negro ministers Negroes guarding the houses an swered with Two midnight seconds rocked the adjoining Ne gro houses in an area zoned for whites Windows were shatter ed and a few planks knocked There was little damage althougl tlie heavy explosions were heard over most of one of the Negro said three of four Negroes fired with pistols nnd shotguns at a speeding auto mobile from which the bombs were The shots apparently Eighteen Negroes were at the houses at the he but none was Asked if he planned to Deyampert replied This Is my home and Im go ing to stay The other min Milton said the The houses are a half block others were heavi ly damaged by bombs March Deyampert said the dynamite was thrown by an unmasked white man riding the running board of the Police Commissioner Eugene Connor charged the Negroes are partly to blame for the incident for not informing They the Negroes had a tip from a Negro that was going to happen last he said in n Instead of calling he they called in their I understand they had shoturns and pistols and were The Senates compromise price support bill was threatened Satur day with another sharp This one Is over how the govern ment should jet rid of some worth of farm products it Tlie bill is pending in commit Chairman Thomas DOkla said he is not satisfied with the bills feature concerning disposal mea sures for the tobac potatooes and other prod ucts the has taken Weve got more than worth of farm commodi ties piled up Either we find some way to get rid of that and other products acquired under price supports or the whole pro gram will Thomas Thomas is lo call a closed ses wailing for them when Ihe dyna ported underway to persuad miters F Candidates For Education Posts Few By THE ASSOCIATED TRESS Candidates in the race for the slates new elective board of ed ucation appeared slow Saturday in getting to the starting Ill a survey of 10 of Texas 21 congressional districts there had been only one announced candi Talk of potential buzzed in a number of There were as yet few signs of contests in districts Each district gets one post on the 21member Candidates have until 19 to file their names with Secretary of state Ben Filingmay not start officially until but announcements for the post may be made at any time prior to the Candidates names may also be placed on the ballot by petition if the petition is filed with the Secretary of stale be tween the prescribed Election day Is coinci dent with an election to decide on 10 proposed constitutional In thc 6lh district comprising Dallas an effort was rc RELIEF MAY COME she could identify thc see them o of Rosenbergs Robinson and a live with but were in Fort Worth Friday the president of the even though this would allow no time for a said Clil convocation The record number of graduates will include approximately Jt0 can Rocnbergs for thc degree und at a meeting of the 4ao applicants for Ihe bachelors i making a total of morn Robinson said that her than awardeed elur liketl to take walks and that mg ihe vas probnblv trom i the time of the i Pogrnm will include a so o owner of a mowI Byron ml from by and invocation and benediction by Cumberland at the corner ot Mui and South said that Rosenberg passed his to him about five min Presbyterian Ihe before the time of the at fO1 Ihe processional will be Robert Possible Clues rncil also gave police possible I Ssem Crowded and descriptions of two boys stopped at his stnviil just be itfi the j seem more crowded recently said that about six lect The Jtate Highway Department said Saturday theres reason Some vehicles are more than a year Lewisville Negroes May Get Adjustments on Land Prices inch tall a brown and sport shirt and brown bought a plain The boy with BarneU about tliree inches ing 0 khaki shirt ami blue both were snndy to Burnetts were well EXAS LAUGHS v TWYCE HOUSE It was the first day in school fcr little boy and his indulgent moth accompanied She said 1 Clarence is a very If he does dont punish Just the boy sitting next to will frltjhlen man left his homo town and one 12 When he half the people had for o him anrt the olher half didnt hed been an acre to make way for enlarged Lake Sam special assisiiiiit to the attorney and In charge o condemnation of lands for the GnrzaLittle Elm ex plained the Mnhnlcy Johnson nnd other mem bers of her family who inherited small tracts of land on the site ot the had tolrt Lewisville cili zeiis they couldnt jjet comparable farms with housing for in The citizens tried lo hid n way to help Up to nmv thev had Leslie said all fur condem nation of land in DenLon County would be filed at Sherman in the district court icastevn dis trict of Texas Under federal con They will meet and organize the commission Then hearings will be set lo consider the value of all lands that so through condemna tion Leslie said the government engineers contemplat ed acquiring about acres for the GnrzaLitlle Elm Besides this project in the coun about of the acre total in thc Grapevine project are located in Denton ac cording to The work now being clone is through the engineers office at Port Representatives of that office have dealt with the Negro families ami tlie two wr have failed to reach an agree If they dont aarce ie value testimony on the value of the The government will also offer its should the commission fail to bring about a price agreement between the government and the either party may file ob The procedure will bring n trial in the district court before a Work is already proceeding on thc which will replace the present structure near the town of Lake Dallas and enlarge the lake ninny citizens said it was probable that if the commission rtic not bring about an agreement thc Negroes land excepuons would be filed with the court in an effort to get hem more ion ot his committee next week to act upon the bill dveloped by subcommittee headed by Sen ator Anderson former secretary of Anderson has been urging agree ment on the new He claims unanimous backing of six otlicr members of the For many years the agriculture department has been supporting farm prices by loans nnd pur Under the loan a Farmer ctm reclaim his commod ity If market prices are high enough to give him a profit aft er repaying the government loan and storage Otherwise the government lakes over the wheat or other At the request of Thomas the Anderson group authorized a new assistant secretary of agriculture in charge of sales as part of the compromise He would be sort of a merchan dising or sales manager for the Thomas said too many restric tions arc placed in the way of these For instance gov ernment stocks are not to be dumped on markets or sold If they would depress price or sold at less than existing price Thomas said he Congress to direct the department lo take over food and crops In surplus areas ami distribute them where they are both In this coun try and Hoover Taken 111 on Train Hcipiert Hoover was stricken with a frail bladder ailment Saturday aboard an eflstbound He continued his trip after emergen cy Keith Stratford of who boarded the train at the re quest of the Soutlurn Pacific Rail said the 75yearold the nations only living former rallied Hoover is enroute lo New York after celebrating his 75th birthday at a public reception at Stanford Paio Wed The former president told Dale Hadfield at I think I am having a gall blad der I have had them be fore and I know what Hatlfleld treated then said he could continue the trip after advising him to seek fur ther treatment at Stratford met the train and to the Hoover He emerged 20 minutes later to say The attack was a mild one and Hoover will go on lo New Hoover left Palo Alto The train reached Elko before dawn and arrived in Ogden at An ambulance was waiting but the Callfornian did not leave his CITY COMMISSION FINDS AINT GAMMILL SAYS Bill Stony de cided nature might be a good bank but she wouldnt make a stark of greenbacks He lost his wallet 18 months preparing a hay Satur day lie found it In a feed The containing four SI bills and he was raked then fed o the They wouldnt eat ho f Ihoy prclevrcd And even four bucks aint Harry H President Trumans military said Saturday he accepted deepfreeze units as gifts to himself and some He denied there was anything improper in this He said lie spoke for one of the freezers for the Little White Truman home in and others to go to Fred John James Vavciaman and Matthew Still another was di rected to the White House staff Vinson is chief justice of the United Snyder is secretary of the former Truman naval Is a governor of the Federal States Rights Demos Booteil Bv McGrath 13 UV The Democratic national commit tee Saturday slummed the door against its States Eighter mem barring them from Us next meeting to elect a successor to Chairman Howard McGrath himself sent out the blunt notice that the Louisiana and Mississippi delegates have not been Invitee to the 24 session At that time William now serving as the a year executive vice is slated to take over the chairmans carries no Mc Grath is stepping out to become attorney In his McGralh did clarify the status of commit tee members in Alabama and South Carolina which also supported the States Rights party last How he pointedly remarked that the commllleeman from South Strom a candidate for election the tldcev ol another McOraUi said the reason ha blackballed the Louisiana and Mississippi members was because 111 my judgment by their several aotiorjija convention sub sequently in ihey have left the The Louisiana members are Wil liam Talbot of New Orieans and Miss Mary Evelyn Dlckorsou of Mississippis arc Snider of and Hermes Gftutler of In the ProTruman organiantlovi is to ad vance Hood of Meri dian and John for the committee McGarth left an opening for the barred parly olficialiMo try to regain reentry into the In all per sons claiming a seftt the na tlnnal committee may present their ease before the credentials com mittee prior to tho committee Reserve Connelly Is sec retary to President Snyder told a reporter that no reached Senator Mdndt KSD called for a checkup on Vaughans Vaughan said the freeze box shower resulted from a talk he had in 1945 with two oM friends of Harry Hoffman and David Hoffman is a Milwaukee ad vertising He has figured lit testimony before thc Senate com mittee looking into five percent Thc committee has Issued a subpoena for but hasnt located Bennett is president of the Al bert Vertey a Chicago per fumery Albert manufacturer of the testified the Verley company paid for he units he sent Vaughan and John Mara onetime White House has said he was employed by tha Vevley Maragoh claims lo be a good friend of The freezers throw a sensation into the hearing Thursday when Gross testified they were shipped to Vauclwn and The Presidents military aide is sued a statement breaking a ong silence about Ihe various references which have been made concerning him in the Vaughan said there was a simple explanation Hoffman and Bennett desired loextend Ihls courtesy to me as a ami T In turn gifts of these units to certain friends of Senator McCarthy fMa in the Senate comv mented view 6t tiie admission on the tiors of I would very much like to have the Verley com pany explain why the suent ap Sec Page 3v Taylor Quits Legislative Post James Taylor of the Sen ales Influential finance stepped out of thc legislature Sat He gave low legislative pay as the Monday he will begin work as executive director of the Texas Motor Transportation Taylor submitted hfs resigna tion from the sixth district senate post to Allan Shivers both by telephone and by I would like to have served as a member of the legislature dur ing your as gover the 43yearold former pub lisher told How at the present Texas SGOO a year pay scale for members of the 10 years Is about the maximum period of service j one citizen can afford to contri Two George nf Corslcana and Phil Wil lis of have already in dicated their intentions to run for i the Yon Can Fry Eggs On Denton Streets Gel out the skillet Old Sol Is starting It Friday the run on air condition cd drug stores and movies started when the mercury inched over the century mark for the first time this It hit a hot J01 de srces at the Henton Experiment Saturday it inched up to 102 degrees rt the Downtown i t was even Friday Ihe Lone Star gas gauge showed thermometer hov ered around 102 degrees from 2 until S At 1 Saturday it inched up to 104 degrees and stayed right thera until 6 forecast is for more warm wealher with n possibility of Iat9 afternoon Friday night saw the high min imum for the month when it only cooled off to 75 WEATHER Dentons Polio Worry Hikes Garbage Work Special delivered plus state flee JMotor By BOB BROCK Staff Writer Dnnlon Is still highly polio con Hutchcson city county health told the city commission Friday So con scious that It Is working a burden on his gdibage and sanitary At the monthly report Hutcheson told Ihe group that in June he hud S57 customers on his garbage rim and Hint in July 11 had jumped lo will requesting the eveiy He also noted thnt dry on which much council Hre was had shown a marked de cline over a month Tlie num ber of these health had lo 484 iti Hutchcson aid he expected the figure to drop even further as residents heed the earnings issued by the city to tie into sewerage lines if they are within 100 feet of their With the city budget occupying most of tre councils no was taken on a possible solution to the health officers to a bnd traffic hnzairt that his I Sherman Drive J been uhltllcd fmm 554 m report that Denton was pretty healthy hist month lint onlytwo rases of had been noted ami Ms e was very little There were 45 births nnd 16 deaths a according to his Police Chief Jack Hnrrlsmi pro department lino wrestled with for some It is a divided high way and oneway traffic plan for the Intersection of North Locust and Sherman Drive as you tntcr from Highway When Harrisons plan is put In to drivers approaching the city from Highway JO ivlli inke the strcel to thi light side of the is land North drivers go jfli north on Locust wishing to gel on Highway lu will take Ihe Sher man Drive lo their Solh Complete Auio SlrMton Ihe ccmmwoncra a Service thc drive to Norm Locust will be restricted to oneway With this plan it Is hoped to slow doivll railic corning down off the Sher man Di1ve hill around the curve and onto North In his July report Harrison said his handled 242 cases and collected In There i were 520 parking tickets Issued and I three negligent collision ticklls One case of burglary and one rase of assault were i red to the Two offenders were released to otitofiown offi Eugene fre In his rcpoit la the said ltiat nnii the spur of j motifs best months this year with an insured loss of only There were 17 alarms during As building Cook Issued 31 permits totalling avid col lected in permit With summer really beginning to near power plant sold that lie pumped gallons of wa ter during Ile sale that IhlM figure was Just about even with a year ugo when waterparcheci residents were sweltering under a heat Total kilowatt hours produced by Ihe power plant was inncase of 11 per cent over a Bailey superintendent of the street and bridge imported that his department had had a busy month sub grading for curb and gutteriug over the city mowing weeds in streets and alleys and repairing streets over the Jack dairymeat in reported HO cattle slaugh tered and 2ft hogs for a total of DENTON AND VICINITY Gen erally fair with thundershoweia early Continued hot EAST TEXAS Generally fair to day and Monday with a few late afternoon thundershowers In ex treme north Nut much change in Moderate southerly winds on the coast WEST TEXAS Partly cloudy to day nnd Monday with a few late afternoon and evening thunder Khowcis in South Plains and Pocos Valley west Not much change in tem OKLAHOMA Partly warm and today and Monday with scattered mostly in tjie east and south por High Sunday TEMPERATURE Experiment Station 7 Friday to 7 Satur day High 101 Low 75 Experiment Station 7 Saturday to 6 Sat urday High Lone SUr Vrldiy 4 6 8 He saitl he bad inspected J o 15 dairies and taxcn 32 was ono of tho leported his deportment mowed IOOP and Oakwood Cemetery four His department received from Krave openings closings ami J20 rom sales of 12 101 102 102 8Y GM Gauce 4 6 8 JO J2 4 H 10 102 94 102 104 104 Biilcl Sptciil livrrcd In XiM oft ll at   

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