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Bonham Daily Favorite (Newspaper) - August 10, 1955, Bonham, TexasMore it jm4ubin a my Ever 1>ay the All other i8 a i to w a Mimas be Ogham Bailu Sfa Tiahrt w an Outton Dinzl Texa daily newspaper v Momo Lxii service amp Saum 00 0066 cd Fco pm do Tua a a Texas weather it is it 4 a a i beef Cowd 1192 Nia Wir photo 63rd Yaar Bonham Texas wednesday aug. 10, 1955 leased Wir United press Price 5c Sokham Jato Kim of a a to clout loft him Wall through thursday. We Dilir scat Tami afternoon and evening thundershowers. Low near t5# near my no mkt 302 school tax rate set at $1.40, budget of adopted for 1955-56 session $425,222 $1,000 donation made ads t0 n i i i i i halt 225 Miles Rayburn Library Rund a East of Carolina signs contract Gino Prato Bronx n.y., Shoemaker who tuesday night do Cidad to take the $32,000 he had won on a to quiz show rather than try for the $64,000 question signs a contract paying a More than $10,000 a year with american built rite co. To serv. As firm s Goodwill ambassador to the nations shoe Industry. Looking on Art Jerome m. Schlakman company advertising director left and sales manager Morris m. Borkan right. It rate Lep Hoto quot Basta Cost quot the Sam Rayburn memorial Library fund had another $ 1,000 j wednesday a a gift of the american theatre in Bonham. J col. H. A. Cole Dallas owner of the Bonham theatres Announc-1 de the gift As he talked wednesday noon before members of the to j tary club a talk in which he traced the growth and development of the motion picture Industry and the obstacles it has had to overcome to j bring the latest modern sound and film techniques to smaller cities. Recognized nationally for his efforts in behalf of the Independent motion picture exhibitor and for the theatre Industry As a whole col. Cole served a few years ago As National chairman of the committee that successfully brought about removal of Federal amusement taxes meaning millions of dollars for the theatres and their customers. In relating the nation wide of gives residents time to pack up and flee areas a a a Cobbler takes $32,000 on advice of aged father in contest on operas just thinking about it. By Bob Cantrell Hopes for the eventual enactment of ordinances providing a building code zoning Laws health Laws and establishing strict plump ing and electric codes have been brightened by action of the Bonham City commission monday night when it authorized the mayor to appoint a committee of interested citizens to make a thorough study of the needs for such ordinance a and make recommendations to the commission. Such ordinances cannot happen just overnight. It will take some serious study on the part of tin citizens committee As Well As members of the commission before they can be prepared and put into effect by approval of the City commission. It May be several months yet before final action can be taken. Adoption of the ordinances cannot undo what has been done in the last Century but it can set a pattern for the future growth of Bonham As a City. Development of Bonham since it started Back in 1h36 has been on a sort o a hit and miss basis. There has been Lilc planning for its growth As apparently no one Ever though it would grow. In the past several years Bonham has been expanding North my Many areas Between the City limits and the business Section have been built up with some very Nice Homes. New Homes Are still be constructed in Bonham but the City has no Means of knowing whether they Are being built according to any code whether the plumbing and electric wiring will meet High standards and what the Cost is. All of these questions will be an swered with the adoption of the building zoning and inspection codes. When contractors coins into Bonham from out of town the first thing they do is to go to the City Hall and apply for a building permit. When informed Bonham does not require such a permit they Are amazed. They expect to secure one and can t understand Why one is not required by the City. The mayor will need time to give serious study t6 to appointment of the members of the citizens committee. Citizens from All phases of Bonham s business and civic life will be selected to compose the committee and to give the situate it a serious study. Offers reword for a Mold s return Floyd Taylor a Farmer living on route 3, Bonham is offering a Liberal Cash Reward for return of a Billfold which contains papers valuable to him Only and identification papers and some Cash. Taylor a rid that he had Laid his Billfold Down on a table in a local Bank while cashing a Cheol. And was not Able to find it when he went Back to pick it up. A i a a a a i i. I a Mimi a my a Auk to Mowie Itoi Bimi hmm hat ims Primm pm aah Al Imp tool new York. Aug. 10 us Pic Basta cosi a with those words a Little italian Cobbler from the Bronx Gino Prato rang Dovon the curtain and reined $32,000 Richer wednesday. They mean a a that a Prato making his fourth appearance on lbs tvs a the $64,000 question had captured the fancy of much of the nation by wading through a series of questions in the category quot opera a the gentle grading 55-year-old Shoemaker had Pyra Mided his winnings to $32,0c$\l y doing so tuesday night Prato Rcd the Opportunity of doubling his stake by tackling another question. He decided to Bow out. Quot my father in Italy sent me a wire Prato explained. Quot it said a Fermat Dove to Trovi. E Basta cosi that Means a Stop wherever you Are. That a enough. Quot because i take my daddy a advice when i was a Small kid i take it Prato was presented with a his Check for $32.000 and kissed it amidst heavy applause from the studio audience. He said he would use some of the Money to visit his 02-year-old father who lives in st tale Dine Italy a Small Village near Genoa. He said he had not seen his father Sinee he h it Italy. 33 years ago a i will also but my father a Good hearing said the smiling Prato after the broadcast. Quot he is Stone Prato said he and his wife Caroline. Would take off for Italy by lir sometime in Early september. Forts for removal of this tax when activities were entered in Wash i Egton where he appeared on num Erous occasions before congressional committees colonel Cole told a the help he had received fro mouse speaker ram Rayburn. Quot you May not realize it he said. A but you have a fellow citizen in i Bonham who is one of the biggest i men in our government today one i who has never been out of this country so far As i knew but who j is known All Over the world. A Sam Rayburn has done a swell j Job. It is hard for me to express \ How much i think of him. He Isnit just one vote in Congress he a 200 or 300 votes. You have someone Here you can be proud of. I quot i have noticed that a movement is under Way to build a memorial Library right Here in Bonham j makes donation tribute to him one that will Vowk hat Akkas. No and. 10 it let a Hurricane Connie ground to a near Hull Miles at Cha wednesday and spun around in a giant Circle of in mile an hour wind. The now doubt Gate coastal resident time to flee Inland and the roads were jammed with vehicles. It was still Uncertain just where the mighty storm Iii Bluit diminished in Power hut still a killer would smack against the in. S. Mainland. A Connie is just spinning around now hut our present forecast is that she will head toward c Arolina when she begins moving again >11- Ami chief forecaster Gordon Dunn said. A we Are just waiting it out Don t brag too much. Grades since 1901 Are stored in vault parents and grandparents of present in it student of Bonham High school had better he a hit careful of uni King about their grades a the it can in cheeked on. Tirade a record a since Nihil Lime been hound and placed in a fireproof a Phe vault is located in the basement of the building and was put into \ Vitili in the Difili school building t. K. Nderson principal has Rcv Eale Ltd use on it recently. A we Are proud of this storage Ault As it gics us a place to keep the records in an order it manner Anderson said. Also kept in the Ault Are some athletic trophies won Hgt Llo Liam teams Many years ago. Now in in House for the future his letters manuscripts and other historically important items gentlemen this movement must not fail a in order to help see that the movement dam a not fail the american theatre of Bon lain put its name Down for a $1, m 0 gift he concluded. Bob Euler manager of the Bonham theatres was chairman of the program. Earlier in the meeting the Rotar ians had voted unanimously to adopt a Resolution endorsing a move by the City Council to establish i citizen committee to study the need of zoning and building codes for the cite. New colors will Greet students on return to classes a multitude of colors Are going to Greet High school students on their return to class when the Bon first norther rain showers fall in parts of county what might be tagged As tin first norther of thu season brought showers rain and cooler weath. I to Bonham this morning. The spell dropped 37 of an Inch of rain on Bonham and held the temperature in the eighties during the morning. However rainfall was much heavier to the East of Bonham with 2 5 inches being reported North of Windom. Heavy gains were in ported from half a mile South of Ham High schools opens monday. I Bailey to a Quarter of a mile nor a sept 12, for the 1155-56 term. In Bonham very Light shown s a committee of High school teach i were reported in the West part of ers selected the colors for the rooms town while the heaviest fall was in and right now. The task of painting the Northeast part of the City lil the Walls and ceilings of the Halls i tie rain fell in the downtown area and the Walls of the classrooms is i the weather forecast Calls for a underway. I return of hot weather to the Bon quot we Hope to have everything in i Ham area thursday with skit a of Tiptop shape before school opens tinting partly Cloudy. Supt. C h. Dillehay said. A fall j county agent Zeke Green said classrooms in the building As Well that rain would be of Benefit to As the Halls and offices Are being peanuts pastures and late Gram painted in this sorghum in addition to the painting Job two persons were. Col. H a. Cole wednesday contributed $1,000 to the Rayburn foundation Library fund he spoke to tin Bonham rotary thu at its regular meeting. Col. Ole made the donation on behalf of the lion Ham theatre which or owns 300 korean vets storm u. S. Army compound in riot demonstrate against communist members of truce team Inchon Korea. Mitt 10 it up it % three Hundred South korean Sar veterans stot Nied a it s army compound on Volmi do Island wednesday hut were repulsed he ear Gas As they Demou Sti ated against communist members of the Neutral nations Truci supervision team heavily a med american military Poliet. Under orders to Start hooting if necessary also poured a reams of water from fire Hose on the koreans six Days of government inspired riots brought american korean relations to it Risis. The american guards were a quipped with Gas masks and wore combat helmets As they stood firm against the angry sex South korean soldiers who surged across an Hod foot Long i causeway leading to the Island compound and tried to of. I e their Way into the billets of he members of the commission no americans or koreans were reported injured m the it lash he it Lueb like Carol Dunn said Connie s antics approximate almost exactly those of her 1951 sister Carol. Carol came to rest in almost the same area for two or three Days last August then took off on a North Northeast course brushed by Cape Hatteras and hit new England aug. 31 with a punch that killed �6 and caused $5oo million damage. A huge area from South Carolina to new England was alerted for the oncoming storm. Evae ution was started on an orderly basis. Latest official reports from the Hurricane zone disclosed a reduction of 10 Miles an hour in wind velocity from previous advisories. At 10 . Cost the howling tropical tempest following a course carved out by the disastrous Hazel of 1954. Was entered 225 Miles Southeast of Myrtle Beach s. O. The exodus covered 150 Miles of coastline that absorbed Hazel s Impact before she curled northward on a billion Dollar rampage to kill in tire in Ltd states and 96 in Canada last october memories of devastation in these parts were fresh and the causeways were crowded for the trek Inland. Extends warnings the Miami weather Bureau extended Hurricane warnings South to Myrtle Beach and put coastal Points As far North As Massac he scots on Hurricane Alert. Since tuesday tire mighty storm has drifted about 12o Miles toward the Northwest and toward the to s Mainland but for the past several hours wednesday it ground to a near halt out in the Ocean. Two new teachers Are employed both will teach in Bailey Inglish two teachers were employed and thu resignation of another was accepted by the Board of trustees a if the Bonham Independent school Dis four teachers Are added to staffs of elementary schools expenditures Revenue both show increase Over current year the tax rate or the Bonham Independent school District or Toca a Seal year starting sept. I Wil be $1.40 per $100 valuation while the budget will show an increase of some $11,000. The tax rate was set and file proposed budget adopted following a scheduled Public hearing on the matter by the Board of taif tees at the High school this mom ing. Of the $ 1.40 rate $ 1.05 h oar marked for local maintenance Wittl 35 cents going to the retirement of Bonds and meeting interest requirements on outstanding Bonds and warrants. Expenditures o $425,222 Are estimated in the budget or Tho is cal year which begins on sept. I while Revenue is estimated at $426,100. These figures compare to expenditures o $414,097 and Revenue o $411,237 or the or rent year supt. C. H. Dilehay said. Largest single item of expense in the budget is that toy instructional service. Tea Hera in the White schools will receive 92i04m4 during the coming year while teachers in the negro schools will Ott of till Eyk Ondr Foster left and his Crew return co j receive $44469. Their base at the naval air station in Jacksonville Florida monday of supt. Dillehay said that taif re Ter reconnaissance flight into a Eye of Hurricane Foster and presented an increase of some $1#. Crew spent 10 Houi i m the Hurricane aboard a Navy Neptuno patrol l a in instructional services in the bomber. Line a telephoto i Wilto schools. This increase is brought about he said by the fast that four new Tea Hera have been added and by the automatic salary increases granted Tea Hera in. The schools. There will be 74 professional employee of the system during the 1955-06 term while other employees will include three secretaries a even custodians and seven bus Drivers other items of expenditure listed in Tho budget Are $13,233 for general control $23,600 for operation of the school Plant $12,500 for . Airmen Wing Way toward reunions Tokyo aug. 10 up a eleven Happy american airmen out of communist chinese prisons loss than a week flew towards Home and their eagerly waiting loved ones wednesday. Behind them Lay Moro than two and a half Yoars imprisonment and i maintenance $23,829 for auxiliary for at least one Man col. John Knox Arnold the bitter memory of services $4,100 for rent and instr red torture. Ahead Lay the halted suites and ton 4 a ailed family reunions the airmen Are scheduled to reach Fra vis air base near Sun Kranci co. Friday Niht tire former 15-21 new boards d two luxurious transport planes at 1 25 p m 1 10 2f> p m. Cost t tuesday when Arnold their Leffier bound id up tin Board ramp two Steps at a time the Tachikawa air base band broke into a rousing a a California Mere i come. A the six. Officers and five enlisted nun who were released from red Inna last thursday grinned broadly and waved at thu Lurue or up of military personnel bed a toss girls and japanese employees who saw them off at the air base boarding one plane wire Arnold it Apt. Elmer k. Llewellyn a2e liar Ance $17.200 for capital outlay ant $20,080 for retirement of Bonds and payment of interest. On the Revenue Side the District will receive $167,650 from the state in minimum foundation program payment $129,800 in state per capita payments $16,500 in transportation Aid $4,400 from the Federal government for federally connected children $2,100 for vocational travel $a50 county per capt payments $5,500 for the lunch fund. Looking for customers contest opens for favorite s Little merchant carriers the Bonciun Dally favorite a 16 Little merchant carriers Pednea i $99,000 in local taxes $600 in inday began competing for a number Terest on deposits and $1.000 in of attractive prizes the grand one miscellaneous funds to be a Waterproof wrist watch As i pc celts from taxes Are allocated they opened an August subscription Between maintenance which will second in two Day at the is and. It let it a a i in Bailey Inglish elementary seven americans and 10 koreans a a Triet meeting wednesday morning \ by Benjamin or a2c John w supt. \ h Dillehay has announced be w teachers employed Are mrs Treva k Koss and mrs Horace Duncan both of whom will be pm tuesdays pre other improvements Are being made in the building. Supt. Dillehay said these include strengthening of Walls in some sections of the ath Letic department and installation of stay. To. Killed when a howling windstorm collapsed v building at Gatesville late tuesday the dead men were i dentil Das Charley Brown 56, and Felt d new furnishings in the restrooms. Curtains Aro seiho Hun in fire Hon curtains Are being Hung Over the windows of the sleeping quarters of Drivers for the Bonham Volunteer fire department. Firemen Are doing the work of hanging the curtains on Iron rods the Job should be completed today curtains also Are to be Hung in the dub room of to amp a 4lpartment on the first floor. Temperatures soared above the t00-degree Mark in Many Parth of the state tuesday but Bonham had a maximum Reading of Only 9ft degrees. Funds allotted for airports. Washington. Auf 10 i p. Secretary of Commerce weeks wednesday announced allocation of $20 million in Federal Aid were injured m Dawn daa hcs wednesday s rioting was touched off by truckloads of korean a a who poured into the area by truck from Seoul to Atil they arrived the koreans had milled around outside the com Pound shouting threats by Loudspeaker. Accountant jailed for threatening letter to president Coli he a Christl. Aug 10 a 48-year old accountant was jailed wednesday on a charge a i writing a threatening letter t it president sch Benhower the Man w a identified As Mil ton d. Vans toy who had been working in Corpus Christ for a school. Resigning was miss Polly Brown teacher in the Home making department for the past five years miss Brown who was instructor in clothing will teach in the Sherman schools next term. Mrs. Koas has taught in tin san Antonio schools for the past two years prior to that time she had taught in the Ambrose st Bools mrs Duncan has been serving As a substitute teacher in the Bonham schools for the past three years prior to that time she was a teacher in the Kavonna school. Supt. Dillehay said that no one had been hired to fill miss Browne a place but added the Board was seeking a capable replacement. Rho Masori. It. Wallace l Brown and capt Eugene j Vaadi aboard the second plane went maj. William h Baumer to sri to Howard w Brown. Capt. John w Buck Al Ltd Steve k. Kiba and a2i Daniel Schmidt the modern Day Knoch Aiden whose w to remarried in California believing lie was dead at the men s own request there be no family reunions at Travis air base As originally scheduled Phe former prisoners will be whisked away immediately upon arrival in air Force planes to air for e bases or commercial airports nearest their Homes during their five Day Htay in Japan the men were isolated from the press except for one news conference it was at tins conference Campaign on their City routes. The new subscription contest is Hie nce Ond one of the year the first being during the month of april when the 16 Little merchant car rulers added some 200 m w customers to their route s i during the August contest prizes will be awarded weekly these to in i Lude pass Hooka to lot Al theatres and to shirts identifying them us a Dally favorite c Arrier. The grand Prue a w Rist wat a. Ill be awarded at the end of August to the Carile r adding the greatest number of customers to his route during the lir cd a weeks the contest in in Progress. As an additional prize the contest will be a posed with an overnight tamping trip for the carriers possibly to Lake Texoma. Accord ing to Eugene Reedt circulation Man Agar City distribution of the daily favorite is under the nationally established la ale merchant plan through which the Young Carrier is receive $74,000 and the debt service which receives $26,000. The budget provides for new teachers in the elementary grades for the 1955-56 term. These teach ers Are the result of the increased average daily attendance during the past term. No provisions is made for distributive education for the 1955-56 term As no satisfactory coordinator could be secured 8upt. Dillehay said. The Board was Given a report showing that the schools received $3,864 in surplus commodities for use in the lunchrooms of the schools during the past tern. Mac Sudderth was employed to audit the books of the school District for the current fiscal year. Wiathe that Arnold told of torture m the in business for himself he Pur plans to Cool off the sleeping fuiuj8 Jor construction or improve Quarter Aru being studied. Menu of m or porn urling thu k i current fiscal year. And rightly to the allocations Range from $5,080 for the Clinton Iowa municipal mount Vernon 111. It up Airport to $300,000 for 17 Large my Calvin both will Long remember j n Lei pal airports. Local governments the Bath he took recently during must put up an Elt tul amount to a thunderstorm. Lightning Knock get the Federal Aid funds de a Hole in the Wall eight inches the $20 million is the amount from Kotovs head. A i saw a Flash i originally passed by Congress for the lights went out and i jumped Federal Aid for fiscal 1956 in the out o the tub Roth said. A gue4s j Commerce department Appropna-1 was scared. Tons Bill one killed with 25 injured in wreck aug. 10 private firm auditing books for the ii i a truck loaded a Ltd mexi atty lie was arrested in the Ity can farm hands smashed off . Hall tuesday by detective ski 77 about eight Miles South of Hay Glenn Melton and l. M. Benavides Mondville wednesday killing one a secret service agent from san i person and injuring �?o20 to 25/ Antonio. I Roy Duddlesten of a fat Yoni Vanscoy was arraigned before a Ville funeral Home said there was Federal commissioner and his bom Ilone fatality and that quot a o brought was set at $1.000. I in 20 to 25 to the Hospital Melton said Vanscoy was a na-1 Duddlesten said one of the Bra Tulve of Oklahoma City but he we a Cero told him the truck Side indicted on the letter writing i swiped another vehicle. He said charge in Reno Nev. I the truck carrying the farmhands details of the letter Vanscoy Amway on its Side in a ditch near Jalc godly wrote were not disclosed. The Road. Prisons and How the items wrung statements from him and the a rest of the Crew. Billfold found in mail Bouret turned to owner at Nocona i base s paper e a it h Day from Phe Dally favorite and m turn Sells them his customers at a profit the each m w customer he adds to ins route brings additional pro fit to him a a feral of tote to write s Little men wants now sport their own savings tie Junta into which a percentage of their earnings go each week North Central Texas partly Cloudy through thursday with scattered mostly afternoon and evening thundershowers. No important temperature changes a Billfold dropped in a mail Box in Bonham was Enro Ute to its owner in Nocona today. The Billfold was found by a postal employee and the police were called they checked with the local pal office who is turn checked with the Nocona office who advised them to mail the Billfold to the Man there. Tiler was no Money in the Billfold when found to the mail Box. 0h in amp eau a woh Cors go to Dallas tuesday for 19s4 act discussion Fannin county a agricultural workers were in Dallas tuesday to hear a discussion of the agriculture conservation program for 1950 by National and regional leaders. Attending from Fannin county were Dan Barnard w a Kuykendall Zeke Green Ray Grisham. T. Lloyd Burnett and Arthur Woodson. Itok Mew u4 4mm talking a vhf m cuff Mew m. A to Leto by a Umi ims Paul Umi Fera in it my am Ray Gwi a a Valy areal a min Cui Imu Bay cafe my of a porting a envy rate Tan a Tourny Mwry Faak ,. A Oval Turtlf in is Wae so heavy sri ssh Jbf Daf Kad i of or it or mkt my i it if Lama a min a i a Feas ims of Felt a a a a of win in. ,. Up few a a Iii a we Ihu h�?aka��.,. A air Aai n cmdr an tag a a wish the Sims a of woe we Aaan or i

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