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Waco Tribune-Herald (Newspaper) - August 24, 1958, Waco, Texas On the Inside Pages Mill IMl Sports THE WACO of the WACO YEAK WACO SUNDAY MORNING AUGUST 24 PAGES 50 Waco Plans Drive For Industry will a professional drive lor new trios on Sept 1 with H from lion and an b has done similar am work fo many mosi recently in Ab See separate slow from Chamber ot The 510.000 Cooper was made lo HIP Kantus Aiea Research Inc of al Hs condition lhat C-C put up the month analysis Waco's trial potentials and position Fantus Iiic Has Record Of Success Survey Foundation funds Cooper Foundation funds will finance the basic survey of in- potentials Chamber funds will pay for a complete evaluation of the city competitive position in wide lor new industries The surveys will be made at the same lime hy of researchers economic tax consultants en labor marketing anil and other The Fanlus report will assess Fanlus Area Research Inc cj am New York has written is own h c recommend any cor fantastic success story will a lo year record ol matching specific ni pinpoint m I targets identify best pro and industries profitably both II has located plants of 500 or more employes Its techniques have been used by such cities as sec Fla JIason City la mington N C Greenville Fairbury Neb La and perhaps most dramatically by York Pa York had worked vigorously for 12 long years living to attract industries Not a single rank available sites fron the standpoint of industrial park development supply a long range plan of action rily can USE in its efforts lo attract new Accepted Directors of C-C al R spe cial meeting unanimously proved the two Fantus studie and accepted the Cooper lion grant industry came to town A motion expressed ap York turned o Fanlus preciation to the Cooper A complete analysis ol hc h strengths and weaknesses are doing in of w cr with an analysis of the trustees said ol various industries resulted the development of a plan value city's industrial growth Findings of the report led tus to recommend the surveys will be in securing new in for Yoik partly rates for were found to be lower Other surveys or Waco The C-C has also an an minimum budget ot lor industrial development so a to get best results from use considerations leading to the were relatively power costs labor stability and efficiency and lower construction costs a significant factor because large York's industrial development hoard aimed campaign al companies in Ing industry Within a year and a hall after completion ol report five metalworking plants moved lo Caterpillar Tractor Co The Fanlus said C- president R 11 Gray will e able Waco to hunt new See Page 21 See FANTUS Page 21 Cameron Mother To Need Blood For Operation More Rain Falls Over Central Texa Central Texas continued to g showers Saturday putting mo ture in the ground for fall plan ing and giving pastures a U S Fires Explorer V For Study of Radiation IiY other boost The forecast is for more sea tered showers Sunday and Mo day Waco Weather Bureau mca CAMERON 74 ol rain Texas have been asked to come At North Thirtieth Street to the aid ol a Cameron 55 inch was measure six who will inches blood wlwn she im- showers were hit and miss ov a operation in las Monday She is Mrs R L 37 Hamilton Wins Seat on Court FINIS SLaH Robert W Hamilton over J Smith 57 a llous Ion lawyer A Insulation lor El Paso judge captured Ilic ning by Hie Texas lor p.m cavo Hamilton Court justice in Saturday's voles and Smith li in- primary returns ol The West Texan carried nearly counties with fj in sweeping lo victory Thousands Of Voters Stay Home HORACE HIGH of McGREGOR Wrenched Knee Speeds Retirement Plans AFTER 20 YEARS Oldest McGregor Newsboy Retires Central Texas Saturday as the rest of the state Meridian got between a who for the past year has an Gatesville re- By TOM McGregor Correspondent MCGREGOR SPL Horace High CHIC ol Central Texas Tribune ami I the others only as sidelines From Five to 200 n practical nurse al St hospital in Cameron She became McGregor got half an ill a month Moody hart 7 inch and Mart got St hospital inch measured have asked for at 20 inches and Cameron 27 sons to call 10 of whom will he 4 lo make trip to land hospital in Dallas Monday some at spots newsboys and one of friendliest citizens has bureau morel limn voles remained lo be counted This indicated n ballot I lot al topping more than double tin advance based in part on widespread of only I can say Hamilton is the Robert Johnson head the election bureau said as early p.m At ton led Smith lo returns ot 254 County voters stayed with 117 complete Smith refused lo concede at p.m He said lie way Irom the polls by the Saturday in the Democratic ever primary saw Robert probably would not reach a deci- amilton of Midland and El Paso sion Saturday night everse the primary vole After tho tabulation in nd lead J Ed Smith ot Houston which Hamilton led to n their race lor a place on the HI votes Smith are exas Supreme Courl The only real election interest vas in the seven voting boxes ol 55 where there were aces lor justice ol the peace In these Wylie W Warren B the bent in Precinct 2 Mart and Sam slill waiting for later totals until we are ready to concede Curried Election bureau figures led counties let in 25 where returns were nearly all in South and Texas ahead from I Good Morning into its final hours after sending to lie House a foreign aid hill million less than amount President originally asked U of 101 Paso was to the Court in Texas mitic runoff Martin Dies Jr and Robert W linker were named lo the state senate while Joe H and were in a race in District 1C military and II Red Chinese artillery barded Nationalist China's Islands in heaviest shelling ever Coy Orval of Arkansas called i special session of the lature lo open Tuesday submarine Skate received a warm welcome to Norway Teamsters ident lames pledged a union cleanup and named a commission to study made by the Senate rackets committee U S officials hopeful Russia will accept terms for a nuclear test ban THi Big Three prodded Russia lo resume diplomatic talks looking to a summit meeting A conference of chief justices sured Die U 8 Supreme Court for lacking judicial restraint and usurping states rights A Hid CAMPAIGN for open Sept 1 in Waco The will continue ils free newspaper in schools plan this fall Waco businessman Dallas was found guilty of embezzling and sentenced to 10 years in prison defeated Calvin in padding his lead I China Spring steadily as the count progressed rick I carried or led in nil the re- Warren defeated Gabbert counties votes to M2 a contest was the only Warren will com- wide race not in UK July his present term Dec- 31 defeated Buice 218 voles 26 primary Martin Dies Jr of and Foreign Aid Goes to Eisenhower 176 a margin of 42 votes Rep Robert Baker of ton won two o Ihn Texas Talbert He succeed T W who did not run lor reelection Actually the candidates were only nominated but they will lave no opposition in the general election in November so Senale seats at slake anci Louis Crump of San Kaha was apparent winner of the The election bureau halted its count the Senate races with its p.m tabulation off primary Saturday was con- Dies son ol the U.S ative from East Toxas won Hamilton received votes 3 Frank I for the Supreme Court Carpenter of Sour Lake rom 8 of 9 with com I Dies votes tion and Smith got only 937 This was about as low a vote record as any ever set in a stale race in County The election was more like a bond vote than a Democratic mary The total vote cast was only Throughout these years he ha several routes most of whi lired he remembers had only five Horace as all McGregor customers when he look it over from children up call him planned fo retire Sept 3 when he becomes and eligible for old age sion But a fall on his downtown but he built it to 200 During the past several years he has had the business section route He said lie enjoyed it more because he inch route three weeks ago hurried more people retirement plans I And Horace loves I morning WEATHER Good showers were reported In Slti North Texas around Vemon lie Is also gelling a full ctl southwest of Vernon got 1.061 night's sleep for tlie irst time in around now Anri nws hem J knee that McGregor for any length of nul is slill imc and inches in SO minutes lhan 20 years College inch land Lulkin 11 His gait was a familiar sight II tnc newspaper al sunrise tomorrow at 77 p.m p.m Kurly to For past 20 years and Jive See NEWSBOY Page 21 Afternoon si lowers were also re- ported in Beaumont Galveston and Houston Other rainfall this for his long slow trek to Horace has been Schoolers to Fire up before I every to 7 ir i make his lone slow frek to Hi 1 hours to fi a m in- cluded 40 Paris 1.43 Riverside 46 and be on spot about a m when Waco FORT HOOD Texas seniors from High Tho early day ami its the Congress hul lie remained In Klou wild maneuvering over two Hems was IMI telling when Semite would WASHINGTON AP Con- Sunday voted dent in plete gave Carpenter The composed of Simi Augustine Sabine per Hardin Tyler Angelina Cherokee counties Baker scored a victory in DiM G embracing only Harris County State Rep Charles A Murphy Jr also of Houston Complete returns j Baker voles Murphy J J I Crump held n vote lead See Page 15 10 Centex Counties Note Light Central Texas voters in 10 conn ies surrounding voles nmi ly Brazos County had no off elected a rafl ol Disl 16 embraces Brown Mills Decision On Orbit Awaited CAPE CANAVERAL API A mighty rocket blazed early Sunday ing Army's Explorer V ellite a possible orbit out in Thirteen minutes after liftoff tlie Army announced preliminary instrumentation indicated that all four stages of the missile appeared to normally The newest satellite was launched on tho same mission as highly successful Explorer study an intense field of radiation ing 430 miles above the earth In two hours an announcement on thp est Army space venture was a in the aboard made Explorer V ho heaviest U.S satellite yet Shaped like an artillery shell it pounds pound more than Explorer IV Otherwise man-made moon was essentially the same as he Explorer IV blasted into orbit July 26 Scientists hoped the satellite vould complement the superb job wing done by Explorer FV and ather additional information on iw intensity and energy of the rays at higher altitudes The main goal of the Explorer is lo tell whether thc radiation will delay man's first journey to the moon and planets Once again amazing stage ward In a northeasterly direction aiming for an orbit similar to the last 178 to miles above That meant Explorer V would spin over more highly populated areas of the globe in- new funds for lo reign aid friendly nations The Senate passed by voice eluding tho United and sent to the White House a measure which ried million dollars less than the amount Eisenhower asked originally The House had shortly be- fore also by voice vote after re- on n vote a motion to defeat the It look of he two houses nearly five hours to reach agreement after the Senate voted o provide President wilh what he called more ammunition to wage the peace This was million dollars more lhan the House had voted of nn inch shield like paper in making cuts which Eisenhower said take reckless risks wilh our security DALLAS LTD Waco Advance predictions had been over Joe B Swanner was would reach sia during its 12 daily trips th rough orbit The the old reliable of the satellite business a fabulous launch ing age of three successes in four tries up to today The added weight in the satellite resulted from increasing lh e a mount of protect ive lead shielding around one of the four radiation counters in the ment load Although Explorer IV Is doing an exceptional job it was dis- covered that the radiation energy was so high above miles it pierced wood in sprawling Dist from agreement but 1 a dilli M one Ruilly of err defunct Accident Co and sentenced lo 10 20 mi in prison Saturday in deliberations they Criminal Court called a recess A jury he 50 million dollars iras mum nnt lonR alter between louse had returned lo its The coating was made three times thicker in Ex- V in an effort lo cut town Die penetration of the rays on a Geiger counter inside the they Scientists want to compare Uic amounts absorbed of pence and KumM a few county in light pie Kerr Tribune arrives Ho said ho in Houston will fire three ing Saturday There were close races in ell Milam ami Falls Counties and a surprise justice of the pence winner in Hill County Voters rejected incumbents for commissioners in Hamilton ty mid for county judge in Hill un i deliberations tins hallway with Senate on a lo by shielded and instruments If all went well four made in satellites would be whirling n round the world com- a rcsl Tlie or had nt 10 m in more than hallway to the lor Russia Ma son San the case earlier j iiw GOP See IS HI 77 77 77 p Richmond 53 Arthur City 99 anil My finished his delivery about Fort Hood next week m ncn K still baked repealed identical time at Rio Grande lor rockel by county here arc the scorching 100 Waco p.m 10.00 p.m for Waco and 25 The has already fired rose lo Friday.........._ A cool front a sales stac down Irom north anil was During his newspaper Fort Hood will supply lo reach the Horace lias handled most a firing range and Bell County I 18 Texas Projects In Military final a of out for of of risk firm hn nothing ID He lie upon of neys or with knowledge of slion ot Senale conferees UHS sl pany officials He i he from his con- OI with thf company The slate held Ih ns he Legislature For Session her imil not in High day 00 low tonight Highest 83 at p m lowest degrees at p m highest since Jan on Aug 13 since Jan 20 on Feb normal mum this 95 For ending al p m inch total normal month normal for year lo date 22.15 inches total since Jan 1 front was crawling past Central Texas dailies circulated in knowledge under the Army's Page 15 to Hudson or IS Texas projects including for area For the most part ol ho has sold Waco and missile study Soviets Claim U S is inches cess 33 accumulated ox Newspapers for Schools Plan To Be Continued for Second Year Wilh opening of schools We will he able lo Texas just one new teachers year away Waco hit more help than could is shifting gear on last year The river stage Saturday at a m was 5.7 feel Full moon on Aug 23 at p m new schools daily to the 38 which participated iast year T r i b u n circulation manager Carlisle casts program will tc a sood more balanced year year was our fi Carlisle said The And leathers who the program last year well they'll be tis a thing or two about it he said The program involves placing iri the classrooms of I school grades lo be used as a o Reveal See isolated Story on I A AP The Soviel news agency Tass accused the Suites Saturday ol Jailing lo disclose that it staged 32 tests in Pacific lier this A Tass statement broadcast hy radio said Soviet loring recorded the and Meridian have asked lo be included in the program Nothing Using newspapers in rooms is nothing new in the education business For years have had current events Will If bcl Here blasts the end ol April ami July 26 In hat period Ibe said U.S thai only 11 lest shots LITTLE ROCK Ark UPf E summoned WASHINGTON Arkansas at Parnell Dig moving in special session next Ml the Uninn is in a and find High hul operative mood pressed an escape from for a new try I regardless of what the U S Court might do declined lo say what he will ask Legislature to do to prevent integration ol ami other schools where the majority of while people arc against it Bui part of his proclamation calling ibe Legislature into ex- Casualties Heavy As Shelled roop at James Connally Air in Waco and 000 for Base Not included however ivas lor a new runway al The largest single appropriation for Texas military is lor Fort Hliss al H Paso Chim hostile lo nw he may will Krt lor MO from Rut Ironl wan 0 off lnc r funds ol tho will of white uero Ihc antl 18 a Since t Th said a large m had information ol facilities Texas Red Ordnance at SI 10.000 Foil Base Ml tration and financing of public and education and mate TAIPEI Formosa sea and air for such pur Chinn Sunday any hostile sequel to tlw 200 casualties rec-nrd shelling the quiet by he uere the arillo oil tlie Urd mainland for account nrooks AFB Brooks AVH AFR Carswell A KB fU wilh heaviest Tokyo said vessel was ment in history ed toward The ministry originally hml of Amoy along a good part ol and so were teachers Know More Now of supplement in which the DALLAS More than ami have Texas women SKH illh AKR Wiled in MItr AKR puny in AUK n shells al Hie alarm here 1 last fall lhat violence would ensue if integration was allowed I i wilh lo allend the Union od that the Red batteries The unprecedented shelling I alarm here The Chinese rl has been en an alert of and been braced for a Red if the g lo the Sce Page 15 Texas Already year schools al This program tan miliariye local church at rx We know more about it Mt Calm I See PAPERS Page 15 with materials and plans lused in 1953 civilian 1 There the homes was a prelude lo an in- 0 be BANK reported destroyed of most important Ady The watch islands FIRST NATIONAL BANK
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