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Arlington Daily News Texan (Newspaper) - November 21, 1960, Arlington, TexasArlington a Nome edition weather drizzling rain Early tuesday Low tonight in Middle 50s High tuesday in upper 60s oter Hom newspaper daily 5<t sunday to volume 53 number 11 Arlington Tarrant county Texas to pages today our town today by Virginia Robb done to forget the muscular dystrophy drive slated for tonight a tremendous amount of work has gone into this drive. As you know we have a Good Many youngsters afflicted with this mysterious disease All Over Texas and two in Arlington. Perhaps with More research and Money Well soon find How to fight this disease. It Hasni to been too Long ago that polio was almost in this same category and we have certainly made great strides in that Field it does take a fantastic amount of Money for any Type of research work to say nothing of the help they give to families of these victims. Lets show How warm hearted a Lington ites can be and dig deep. It May be repaid a thousandfold to you one Day. Ivy taking a few Days off last week and bringing Back a Nice Buck Deer on top of his station Wagon. Looked real Good. Iti bet he finds he has lots of friends after returning this time. We be taken a lot of kidding this past week since news of our eight new puppies was so Wel publicized. However we managed to live Over most of it and we re All doing Fine. We be still got eight and in a beginning to wonder if this was such a Good idea after All. Lets Hope lots of people will want one for Christmas or else we May have a slender Christmas if they eat As much As their mama dives they Are really cute and i could watch them by the hours. We never had the dubious pleasure of having puppies when i was growing up so this is really a Novelty to me. Congratulations to Marjorie Kiehn on her Beautiful and unusual abstract Oil painting a summer her painting was named Best of the show in the ninth annual exhibition of the Arlington Art association there was an abundance of really Fine Art work at the show this year our own Sweet receptionist Kay Jackson had an entry that was very Good Kay is such a Bug on this painting kick its almost made me decide to try it. Only one thing keeps me from it Talent we definitely have a number of people Here who make up for my Lack of Talent and we think they put on a Fine show. Dogs life not bad As pm Cal Rei Birmingham England up mrs. Connie Page has bought her alsatian Rex his own private lamp pole. The City removed Rex a favorite one last week. Bitter q follow cd monday november 21, 1960 May Brawl edgy new Orleans oui it aet i Quot it a n it Nesses e Tell t i i ales no leg but Lucky Broad Grin on face of shark victim John Brodeur 24, tells How Happy he is to be out walking in the Sunshine with his Sweet-1 heart Jean Filoramo 22. John who lost his leg to a shark off sea Gin n.j., last August was recently discharged from the Hospital. Next Spring John la be fitted with an artificial limb. It was Jean who helped drag John to Shore after the shark attack up telephoto. By Jack v. Fox new Orleans up a Federal ruling on new Orleans school integration was awaited uneasily today As scattered incidents of negro White violence kept the City on Edge. Police were seeking a band of six or seven negroes who were roaming a Mississippi riverfront area of the town and chasing Whites off the Street. One White Man was hit by a car while running away White boys driving a Green car were Clark Clifford tabbed As jacks Ball Carrier by Merriman Smith Palm Beach fun up president elect John f. Kennedy worked today on a complicated blueprint of his new government with Clark m. Clifford a handsome Wash Rose seeder do e hit rial in Brooklyn w memorial services for miss Rose Seeger 80, of 808 Ross trial were to be held at 2 . Monday with burial in the i Ami by plot in Greenwood cemetery in Brooklyn. A resident of Arlington seven years miss Seeger died saturday at her Home after being Iii since february miss Seeger was born aboard ship As her parents were coming to this country from Germany the family settled in Brooklyn. Miss Seeger attended school there and taught sunday school so years in the lutheran Church in Arlington. Survivors include two Sisters mrs. Clara Carpenter of Woodhaven new York and mrs Louise Wood of Sunnyside new Jersey a Niece mrs. P. A Waibel of Arlington and a Nephew maj. George Seeger of fort Sill okla. State official to speak at boys club banquet in ton lawyer who could end up As one f the Powers of administration he is helping to construct. Clifford arrived late sunday from a series of Washington conferences with representatives of president Eisenhower on the orderly transition of government. This is a problem that involves not Only getting new people into key jobs but getting the current Job holders out. With much of the South watching a delegation of Louisiana lawmakers flew to Palm Beach in a state National guard plane with a Resolution asking Kennedy s views it the action if a Federal judge in restraining the state legislature in connection with the integration of the new Orleans schools. Cliford met the delegation at their hotel listened to their explanation of the Resolution and a Handy promised to present the matter to the president elect. Then he drove to Cha trek by has nod of Clerc i a v Eastwood England up the Rev. Peter Capo in told his congregation sunday night that d. H. Lawrence a Quot lady Chai Terry a a Lover Quot would make a Good Quot guide on love and marriage Quot for Young couples. Kennedy a Seaside Winter establishment where he will be a guest through tonight. Kennedy according to his aides earmarked today for a Long and intensive conference with Clifford about his transition discussions with maj. Gen. Wilton b. Persons chief assistant to Eisenhower. Reporters were curious about the selection of Clifford to represent Kennedy in the face to face dealings with the Louisiana delegation instead of the president elect turning the Job Over to one of several Clit be aides already named to the new White House staff such As Kennedy or Theodore Sorensen. Father of Daniel master i s it Urie funeral services for Cyrus Homer master 52, father of Cyrus Daniel master of a i Lington were heldat3 . Saturday in Burchill Baptist Church in fort Worth with burial in mount Olivet master a resident of fort Worth 45 years was an Active Umpire in area baseball and softball for the last eight years he was a toll attendant on the Dallas fort Worth Turnpike and a member of Mission Ridge presbyterian Church. Other survivors include his wife three daughters his Mother three by others and sex grandchildren. Reported taking shots at negroes in the same area. The Public schools were closed today for teachers meetings. The recess will last through the thanksgiving w weekend so there was no Prospect of new trouble at the two Grade schools to which four negro girls were admitted. The three Man Federal court May hand Down a ruling today on actions brought by the state of Louisiana and the new Orleans school Board to halt the integration. However the ruling May be delayed. Judge Richard t. Rives chief judge of the us. Fifth circuit court of appeals who presided Over the three Man court spent the weekend at his Home in Montgomery Ala. A negro who went berserk saturday in the French Quarter and stabbed a seven year Oid White boy before he was shot Down by a traffic patrolman was reported still in serious condition at Charity Hospital. Resident is Hurt in crash an Arlington woman mrs. J. D. Watson about 45, was injured when the car driven by her husband was in collision with a school bus carrying 48 Tyler girls near Cooper saturday. None of the girls was Hurt but mrs. Watson was admitted to a Cooper Hospital where her injuries were said not to be critical. Watson was not injured. The Accident occurred on us 24 and state 154 in the Northeast Texas county of Della. Highway patrolman Max Womack said the Headon collision occurred As the bus attempted to make a left turn. The bus was one of five carrying girls from Paris where they attended a one Day future h o me makers of America convention. The girls were from John Tyler and Robert e. Let High schools. Both the car the bus were heavily danged. Catholic churches throughout the City heard a message sunday from the archbishop of the diocese calling for calmness and obedience to Law and order. Kenny a a new appeared by Matthew t Havana up diplomatic clash shaping up today Between the United states and Cuba Over the shooting of an unarmed american embassy aide by a cuban officer during Elk acc Gyc troubled family mrs. E. W. Henderson of Pasadena holds family portrait including her son. Wayne 24. Who was shot and seriously wounded by a cuban Captain in a Havana night club Brawl Wayne is at right in the photo. Up telephoto. Rockets fizzle Zollie Steakley Secretary of state will be guest speaker at the annual boys club dinner scheduled at 7 . Monday at a so cafeteria. At this dinner new Board members will be presented and a report on club activities will be Given by Carl know president. Grady Hight will give the treasurers report. The devotional will be Given by Rev a v. Bane pastor of first methodist Church. Tickets May be purchased at the boy s club 811 b. Abram or by contacting any one of the Board members. Tickets Are $2 and xxi chasers of tickets automatically become corporate members of the boys club. Board of directors Are John Heads drive j. I Lane owner of Lane Aluma Kraft and a resident of Arlington has been chosen to head fort Worth a i960 Campaign to raise funds to fight arthritis. He is a director and past president of Hast Side fort Orth rotary club. The drive will begin dec. 13. R. Ball Junior mrs. Roy e. Daniel or. Frank Dingwerth Joe , Grady Hight John Hyden mrs John Hyden Omar Keeton h. G. Kelpen Carl Knox Roger Mueller Roland Pierce or. Carl f. Rainone Darrell Sexton mrs. W. L. Shannon James starlit Dan towns mrs. . Wright Jim Young and Maurice Young. 2 burglaries Are reported a High Fidelity record player and Auto parts fell victim to thieves Over the week end As local citizens reported burglaries to Arlington police. Darinn Wright 806 Benge drive told police someone broke into his Home Over the week end and look a i i record player valued at $150. C. , 1000w.cedar, told police that his car had been stripped of accessories airing Daylight flours while parked on the general motors parking let. Rescued at sea boy scouts Are shown aboard a coast guard tug following their Rescue from the 6-foot fishing boat miss await which was swamped by a giant wave sunday off the coast of California the wave hit the fishing boat hurling nine men and boys into the Ocean i he coast guard reported two of these were presumed drowned. Up telephoto. Cape canaveral i i americans seven astronauts today watched the second failure of escape equipment designed to protect t them when emergency rockets on a malfunctioning Redstone failed to fret the capsule. The escape rockets mounted on a Derrick atop the 83-foot Mercury Redstone combination were supposed to pull the one ton capsule r e of the rockets performed but the Derrick broke Loose. The escape Tower so areal High Over the Cape and landed about 2,000 feet from the launching pad. The Redstone and the capsule that topped it were left sitting apparently undamaged on the pad. Earlier this month a test of the escape equipment from Wallops Island va., also fail de when the Tower did not separate from its Booster Over the Atlantic Ocean project Mer iry Sci mists said the trouble which t aused the Wallops Island fizzle had been e 11 in i a t e d in today ecu by reds to be. But Titre. Seconds before scheduled launch time at 9 a.m., the escape rocket Quot ignited prematurely Quot the Federal space Agency said. The capsule and its Redstone Booster were poised for an attempted flight of 220 Miles Over the Atlantic today in a test run of the system expected to carry a i. Astronaut into space. Success today was mandatory if the top priority Mercury program americans $350 million dream for Matching Russia in i chaps the most dramatic Lap of the space race was to meet a revised schedule. Mercury already is tar behind us original time table and today a shot has been elec tees. Plagued by months of tical and mechanical the attempt was postponed twice earlier this month beetles of a leak in a control As system. A dispute in a Havana nightclub Over a us $5 Bill. Wayne e. Henderson 24,of Pasadena calif., an embassy communications officer was reported in Quot relatively satisfactory a condition following surgery at the police Hospital for die wound suffered saturday night. His assailant was identified As Cape Jorge Robreno Mariquez of the a technical investigation department. Robreno was taken into custody by police and held for quest nine at la Cabana prison. Henderson was shot by a .45-caliber pistol held against his stomach. Hospital authorities said the slug went through his body entering the stomach Over the 1ft hip and emerging from his Back narrowly missing the spinal column. American and cuban authorities while agreeing the argument was Over Money gave conflicting versions of the incident sources Here expressed belief thai in View of the bad blood Between Cuba and the United states the revolutionary cuban regime May file formal charges against end Erso a using him of attempting to pass a counterfeit . Bank in. U. 5. Embassy officials were reported prepared to reject the accusations Chi the basis of a report on the shooting Given by Henderson a companion Marine Cpl. William e. Tompkins of War Ren. Ohio an embassy guard. The embassy quoted Tompkins As saying he Andrender Shi had drinks at the "21�?� club and Henderson offered a $ a Bill in payment. Two men seated nearby demanded the banknote a rom the bartender a d the asked Henderson if it were false and if he Hadany More american currency on him according t it Tompkins account. Our world by United press International Washington speaker Sam Rayburn d-tex., predicted today that the new Congress would pass Bills to Aid depressed areas housing and school construction and raise the minimum wage. Rayburn also listed a farm Bill and medical care for the aged As among / a the principal things that we will try to get to Early in the Palm Beach Fla a five Man delegation of Louisiana lawmakers left Here sunday night apparently in a Huff after delivering a Resolution asking for president elect John f. Kennedy s views on the new Orleans school integration crisis one member of the delegation told newsmen he was a not Happy about their reception by a Kennedy representative Houston three Houston youths missing since sunday afternoon on Lake Houston were found Safe today on the South Side of the Lake near the dam. The Trio told sheriffs deputies their boat had run out of fuel late sunday night. Washington the nations con Elrad Alen system will be updated to the missile age today by an agreement allowing for a nationwide a Len in less than to minutes the air Force announced under the system i Nuttila every radio station in the nation can be notified in three to eight minutes after it is determined by the air Force that an enemy attack is under Way

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