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Denton Record-Chronicle (Newspaper) - August 4, 1957, Denton, Texas For Wise county service Call Decatur 6.9961 a growing newspaper for a growing area partly 54 m Vear of Daili no. 311 Denton Texas sunday morning August 4, 1957 52 pages in 4 Redions Price ten cents wee pop in a Jap your eyes Aren t deceiving is a dog and she is in a Teacup of course Susie is a tiny mexican Chihuahua and she weights less than a Pound somewhere Between eight and 12 ounces to be exact. Her owner mrs. James w Bickley of 1302 Eagle dr., Denton says eight weeks old Susie likes to sit in the cup too full grown chihuahuas normally weigh Between two and six pounds but that does t really matter to too Busy resting to worry about old age and her weight. Record chronicle staff photo by Doug Bennett Hoffa Union Combine plan hit by senators Washington. Aug. 3 sen. Mcclellan dark said today that James r. H of a s plan to put All the nation s transportation work ers into a single Union or federa Tion would create a super gov Hoffa. Tie 44-year old heir apparent to Dave Beck As teamsters Union president has said All truck air rail and shipping unions should be combined into n single Union or federation for their own both Mcclellan and sen. Gold water a Ariz viewed Hoffa s plan with alarm and said it looked like a move to set himself up As the nation s no. I labor Boss. Control the nation s transportation and you control the Goldwater said. There s never been any doubt in my mind that s what Toffa Mcclellan said if the Type of transportation Union Hoffa has out lined Ever comes into being it would Wield economic Power that would amount to a super govern Mcclellan is chairman of the Senate rackets investigating com w e a t h ant Vicinity find South Central East to Chat partly Elou Cly today and monday a Najj scattered afternoon and evening . West Texas partly Cloudy today monday with widely scattered afternoon and . exper Lenl la Enoch Illch 101 it to i0i his i Jim Low j car an Sun sets today m pm. Tvs is monday Al am. Flash Niy fair e Reservoir Tetts Garza Uuie Eim 51961. Lake Dallas 523.13. Denton Naier consumption Fri Gallons this last year 5.011.000 , in inches . re Konc _ list 24 hours none Kone this month none j.33 Normal 232 42.03 this year 4042 10.31 l.1u year Milter on which Goldwater also serves. The commit Lee Lias been delving into Hoffa s affairs and particularly his alleged associations new York labor racketeers. Hoffa recently was acquitted on charges of bribing an investigator on Mcclelon s committee. Hoffa is under subpoena to appear before the committee aug. 13, although the Dale May be changed. Mcclellan said that the commit tee when in resumes its hearings monday afternoon will look info the Case of a bouncing Union Charier. Robert f. Kennedy subcommittee counsel said this was the charter of new York local 228 of he old United automobile work ers adding it had been granted to a succession of favored we want to see How often it bounced and where it landed Mcclellan said. Papers fire Back peer fires Sharp blast at Royalty by Eling Gilmore London. Aug. 3 to lord Al Fincham who describes Queen Elizabeth s speaking style As a pain in the said today the British monarchy will col lapse if people cannot talk about it. The 33-year-old peer s audacious criticism of Queen Elizabeth ii and other members of the Royal family came in a Magazine arli Cle. But he backed it up with a flood of Frank comments from his Home. London newspapers wheeled up big guns and hit Back at him. making writing in the conservative National and English he Altrincham pounced on the Queen s speech Mak ing. Personality conveyed by the utterances which Are put into her Mouth is thai of a priggish schoolgirl Captain of the hockey team a pc feel recent can the Money thai slips through your fingers will pay inc loan that pays your Bills. Complete personal loan service. Industrial credit Compaq Kus Sells. Rii Date for he wrote. The relatively classless society of King George v unfortunately is not to be seen in his grand daughters. The Queen and Prin Cess Margaret still Bear the Debutante s commenting on the Queen s speeches 3 Buckingham Palace spokesman said important speeches by the Queen arc usually drafted by the minister concerned. Other speeches Are prepared by one of her private Hilling out at the people around the Queen lord Altrincham said the Queen s who serve her from Day to Day who accompany her when she travels and sit with her when she almost without exception people of the two Only sort bkh1xd times he added Hal the court had failed lamentably to move with the there was no men Tion in the article of Prince Philip. The Young was once fined five Knock ing off a policeman s helmet when he was a student at Oxford said the Queen should be surrounded see Pafe z Power of Faith rows in today an inspiring religious Fea Ture begins today in the rec Ord chronicle. Called of the Arl work and Short Cap Tion appears on the editorial Page Page 4, see. A where it will be every sunday. One More reason you can t afford to miss the record chronicle. Two violent deaths mar Denton county weekend president is still against revamped Bill , aug. 3 u president Eisenhower was reported Adamant today against the Senate s revamped civil rights Bill and rep. Joseph w. Martin jr., to Jse gop Leader pronounced civil rights legislation dead or this session of con Gress. Three lop administration officials who cannot be named said in interviews that Eisenhower re Gards the Senate version of the Bill As completely unworkable. He was said to be throwing his weight solidly against House acceptance of it. Marlin a told a reporter the Bill is not acceptable to us and i Don t think it s acceptable to a majority of the deadlock seen he foresaw a probable deadlock which would put the Issue Over to next year. The three administration Leadres agreed that As the matter stands Eisenhower would rather have no Bill at All than to accept the sen ate s insertion of the jury trial amendment in a measure which it already had stripped of authority to enforce civil rights in general. Reunion Over the Birds take Over Wise Camp re Wise county Bureau Decatur the sparrows and mosquitoes Recap tured their Home grounds today As visitors to the 69th annual Wise county reunion packed their be Longs and started homeward to end what officials described As a Success fun program. But the returnees will find their old nests and hatching Sites gone and completely forgotten. Seldom used during the year the Cabins Are brightly scrubbed and polished for the one big Cele bration each summer. That s when townspeople and former residents alike converge on the Small acre age Southwest of town to meet and talk Over old limes or to pre diet what the future will bring. Near to the scene this year was an arrangement that assured vis Milors of top flight entertainment for each of the programs during the four Day event. Specific serv ice and civic clubs were responsible for the program on designated evenings. A Queen also was named pret y Brown haired Linda Fairbetter of Boyd who won the title from eight other contestants. Even though the Cabins Are Sel Dom used during the year he re Union grounds is a popular meet ing place for Community events. The grounds Are a favorite for organizational picnics and for meet Ings Large enough to make Good use of the sprawling open sided Pavilion. To official estimate of total at Tendance at the four Day event had Chen made Early saturday night Cut the unofficial guess was in excess of the estimate of previous recent years some House democratic leaders voiced the opinion privately that the republicans Don t want a civil rights Bill this they contended he Eisenhower administration is stalling and hoping to carry the Issue Over into the 1958 election year. Marlin called the Senate Bill in its present a Bill and declared we won t take it in the form it is Likely to come out of the in foreseeing a possible dead lock Over efforts to Compromise differences Between the Senate version and the More sweeping administration sponsored Bill passed by the House Martin said next convex eng "11 looks to me. As though this Bill is dead for this session. That will put the whole civil rights fight Over until next january when con Gress the chief executive s Legal advisers Are said to have told Eisen Hower the measure the Senate May pass by midweek represents not Only an empty Shell for pro Terlion of voting rights but will hamstring government enforce ment in other Fields. Southern senators held a Strat egy session on the and sen. Russell a a told report ers afterwards that he expects a Senate vote within a reasonable perhaps wednesday or even sooner. Up to there has been no filibuster on this Bill Russel said. None was planned at our Kowland Hope sen. Knowland who breakfasted with Eisenhower told reporters he Hopes the House will Send the measure to .1 Senate House conference committee in an Effort to Compromise its terms. Knowland the Senate Republican Leader did not Rule out some Compromise on the controversial jury trial amendment which he previously had said made the measure but he said he has yet to see any com Promise he finds acceptable. Train Burns near Roanoke staff special Roanoke like the old Wood Burner that belched flames As it steamed along its Iron trails a modern Day diesel engine spewed fire along More than a mile of tracks South of Roanoke saturday night before the Engineer could bring the fast moving freight to a halt. Engineers and conductors said a boiler on a diesel unit exploded dropping ignited fuel along the track. Fire trucks from to Anoka Den ton. Hallom City and Keller sped to the scene As cattle bawled their fear of the burning ties and grass below them. There were no injuries to Mem Bers of the Tram Crew. Damage was limited to the one diesel unit w Rich train officials said was completely destroyed. Crewmen pulled the damaged diesel unit to a siding then proceeded with their cargo. The Tram was a northbound freight of the Missouri Kansas Texas line inside today s paper fair win gaining one makes amusements business Newi classified color comes comics editorials Page Sec. S z s 2 10-11 2 .1-8 3 11 i 1 5je family weekly. Sports c9 to log j disc county a cwt 6.7 Omen s n Ewi a am plan. Its du2-22u and dc2-4u7 Hospital marriage Bud Rosier sitting in his wheel chair holds hands with his Bride mrs. Josephine Masterson after their wedding at Cook county Hospital in Chicago. It was the end of 15 years in the Hospital for the bridegroom who was left paralysed by an Auto Accident which broke his Back. He underwent 29 operations including amputation of his legs. A wire photo Dulles gives disarm report Washington aug. 3 rotary of stale Dulles flew Back today from disarmament talks in in Mon and promptly challenged Russia to join the West in Lessen ing the danger of a great atomic War by opening vast territories to Aerial and ground inspection. Dulles arrived in mid afternoon and went to the White House to give a first hand report of his Lon Don Mission to president Eisen Hower. He was Able to report to the president according to information in diplomatic quarters that he had succeeded in pulling the Western allies put of a logjam of disagreement on inspection zones. They concurred in a plan lie presented to Russia at a meeting of the u. N. Disarmament subcommittee in London yesterday. What he proposed in essence was that Russia agree to Aerial and ground inspection Over great areas of Europe n Orth America and the soviet Union. The object is to preclude the possibility of a massive Surprise attack in this atomic age. In an Airport statement Dulles said that it is now up to the soviet Union to if the soviet Union accepts these he said and if the necessary details Are worked out the risk of Surprise attack will be greatly diminished. And since a major War is not Apt to be launched unless the aggressor can count on Surprise the remember when ministers were alway invited to partake of sunday Chicken dinners at the Homes of the congregation danger of general War will have lessened. Then it will be More pos sible safely to reduce the Burden of Dulles recalled that soviet Delegate Valerian Zorin had prom ised that the russian government would give the Western proposals careful police search for object in Deuton Creek Grapevine police officials from Dallas and Grapevine were continuing their search at 11 . Saturday for what they believed could be the body of a Small child seen dumped into the swirling Waters of Denton Creek below grape Vine dam. T w o unidentified fishermen told police they were fishing under the Bridge when a car stopped Ami two people got out and threw an object about three feet Long Over the Side of the Bridge. They said Concrete blocks were tied to the object which police said could have been the body a two or three year old child. Corps of engineers officials Al Grapevine dam were closing the flood control Gates of the Reser voir in order to help locate the object. A diver was reported waiting for More weights to help pull him in the Bottom in his search for the object. The water was 12 to 14 feet deep in the area of the Bridge. Another unidentified person told police he saw the car Slop and saw the object kicked into the Waters. The car left the scene at a High rate of Speed he said. Drowning suicide in Lewisville Lewisville special _ an accidental drowning and a suicide near Lewisville Friday afternoon and Satur Day marred the first part of Denton county s otherwise tragedy free weekend. Dead were James Leonard Wal Ker 38, Dallas who was drowned saturday soul ii of the flood con Irol outlets of Lewisville dam and mrs. Henry Schramm 51, who killed herself with a blast from a 2-Gaugc Shotgun Al her Home Southeast of Lewisville Friday afternoon. Justice of he peace John l Burch of Lewisville returned a verdict of accidental drowning curing an inquest for Walker who was caught by the Swift current in the discharge Channel of the dam. Fifth drown h was Denton county s fifth drowning of the year. Witnesses said Walker s son James Leonard Walker jr., was playing with or inner tube in the discharge Channel and the senior Walker thought the boy was in trouble and swam to help him. The current caught the Man and pulled him under. The drowning occurred Al noon saturday. Rescue boats from the Lewisville fire department round the body 55 minutes later. A dal Las funeral Home has charge of funeral arrangements. Burch ruled he death of mrs Schramm a suicide. She was found in a smoke House at the family Home by her husband about . When he returned from work in Dallas. Doctor s cake recently discharged from a hos Pital mrs. Schramm still was under the care of a physician. She had been in ill health for several years. The Mother of four children mrs. Schramm was alone at her Home two and a half Miles South East of Leivis Ime. Her Hus band returned from work he found a note addressed to him on the clock then found the body in the smoke House. Contents of the note were not disco cd. Evidence at the inquest showed that mrs. Schramm went to the smoke House cleared a space put Down a Blanket and newspapers and pulled the trigger of the Rifle with a stick. The blast went through her Chest. The incident occurred Between and ., it was believed final rites the family had lived near grape Vine for 21 years until they mov. De to san Angelo for her health several years ago. They returned to Carrollton to make their and three years ago moved to their Home on so 121 Between Lewisville and Grapevine. Funeral services will be held at hound Grove Church at 3 to Day with the Rev. Don Guiner pastor officiating interment will be in Grapevine cemetery under direction of Lucas funeral Home Grapevine. In addition to her husband her survivors include two daughters. Miss Imogen Schramm and mrs. Lorcne Shriver both of Dallas and two Brothers. George Schramm Lewisville and Carl Schramm Lewisville. Judge rules grand jury May not see newspaper records dai.1.4s a hit i i Dallas aug. 3 we a Federal judge ruled today that corporate records turned Over to the government by a Texas newspaper group could not be submitted to a grand jury. Ruling in favor of the Harte Anks newspapers of Texas judge William Alwill said this is a country of great Liberty ladies and gentlemen and we must All stand for it officials of Harle Hanks news papers had been subpoenaed to appear before the Federal grand jury monday. The summonses wore requested by an attorney of he Anli Trust division of the department of Justice Henry Stuckey. Understanding attorney Dan Moody contended the records were handed Over loan Fri agent with the understand a that they would hoi be used in any criminal Fri Fri King air conditioner for 1957 Mack Molnr i. They the government Are now attempting to violate Hal condition on which they were Al Lowed to see the he said. Judge Atwell upheld Moody s motion. Thu information cannot be taken before the grand he ruled. Luckey said after the hearing he did not know whether the government will proceed with its Casa before die grand jury Mon Day. It will have logo before my he old newsmen. The subpoenas had asked for All communications concerning the acquisition of the Greenville morning Banner. Harte Hanks officials has been ordered to bring records concerning the Competition and relative strength of the Greenville evening Banner and the morning Herald now combined and what support Harte Hanks gave them. Bought paper the newspaper group bought inc evening Banner from Paul Alorton in 1031. Two years later it purchased the morning Herald from the William c. Poole family. Publisher Matt Shriey of the Herald Banner said an above average Price of was paid to members of the Poole family for the morning Herald s assets which did not include the build Moody called two witnesses. Bruce Meador general Man Ager of Harle Hanks newspapers said Fri agent u. E. Horton called on him in Abilene june 13 1p56, and presented a Leller of introduction from asst. . Ally. Stanley Barnes of the department of Justice anti Trust division. He said Horlon asked for Inan. Cial statements for the group circulation records and advertising rate cards. Meador said he accompanied Horton to the of fice of attorney t. J. Mcmahon Ste judge Page j conduct United Ivancs co. For a loan

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