The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 64, No. 306, Ed. 1 Friday, February 24, 1956 Page: 1 of 6
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The El Reno Daily Tribune
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(ZP) MEANS ASSOCIATED PRESS
El Reno, Oklahoma, Friday, February 24, 1956
<UJ9 MEANS UNITED PRESS
Volume 64, No. 306
LtkPtof Adenauer's Coalition
At Five Killed
I IT CRITICS—Her concentration interrupted by the photographer’s flash, six-year old
Iroline Higgins, first grade pupil at Maple school, near Calumet, breaks off in inspection
I the county school art exhibit at Wesley Methodist church this afternoon. More intent
y artistic points is Fern Hale. 7, a second grader at Maple, who continues her careful
|dy. Caroline is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Higgins, Calumet, and Fern is the
jghter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hale, also of Calumet.
SEVERN, Md . Feb. Sur-
vivors of a crack passenger train
derailment said today it was "un-
believable" there were not more
casualties when the New York
bound train jumped its rails here
last night killing five and injuring
The 14-car embassy express left
the rails as it was rolling at 80
miles an hour across a straight
stretch of track on a marshy flat-
land last night.
Air Brakes Lock
It was 24 minutes out of Wash-
ington and moving on a light
schedule toward New York when
the air brakes locked suddenly and
nine of the 14 cars bounded out of
Five persons died and 90 were
injured in the piieup that follow-
ed. Several of the injured were not
expected to live. One of those in-
jured less seriously was former
Senator Herbert It. O'Connor
(DemocratMaryland). He suffered
a cut on the head.
The dining car swerved to the
right as it left the tracks, slammed
head on into a steel pole support-
ing overhead electric wires.
There was a blinding flash of
light as the high tension wires
The rear of the diner slid down
a 15-toot embankment and yanked
three cars behind it.
The violent derailment of the din-
ing car pulled two cars forward of
Sn Germany Crumbles
RONN, Germany, Feb. 24—W'—
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer’s
three-party government coalition
was crumbling today because of a
split in the Free Democratic party,
his largest ally.
Indications were he would
emerge from the crisis with a
sharply reduced majority in par-
liament. The single bright spot was
the fact the deputies remaining
loyal would give him a more solid
if smaller government front.
The 80-year-old chancellor call-
ed a meeting today of his own
party, the Christian Democrats, to
discuss the developments which
cost him his two-thirds majority
in the bundestag (lower house).
The meeting was called origin-
ally to decide whether to oust the
Free Democrats from his cabinet
'because of their revolt against him
earlier this week when they over-
threw the pro Adenauer govern-
ment in the key state of north
| THOMASVILLE, Ga., Feb. 24—OP—President Eisenhower’s pany has paid $4.48<) to the state Rhine-Westphalia
personal physician said today the president "might be safer” of Oklahoma for an so acre oil and Deputies Walk Out
from a health standpoint in serving a second term than he Kas lease in 34-11-5, just northeast Yesterday the Free Democrats
it off the rails. They tipped onto was before his heart attack of the town of Mustang, a price of themselves split wide open. Six-
their sides. Three ears in the rear The physician. Major General Howard M. Snyder, made S56 per acre. teen deputies of the 48-deputy
jumped the tracks but remained the statement to newsmen on this fifth month anniversary Tht’ ,ease was ,ak(>n on thp past ?r0'ip T out, on ..party
upright. jhe president's attack in Denver last Kent 94 half of thc northeast quarter and leadership in a demonstration of
Allen Johnson, of Washington. Sny5er chatted with newsmen as the president was climb- is four miles south and three t"iar- ,oyalty t0 Adenaut'r
FINAL—Final F7-U3 Cutlass, built for navy by Chance Vought Aircraft company at Grand
Prarie, Tex., near Dallas, leaves company’s production line enroute to duty with fleet.
Cutlass, in production since 1953, is being replaced by newer model.—(NEA Telephoto).
Ike's Physician Airs
Health Issue Views
$4,480 Paid On
Oil, Gas Lease
The Phillips Petroleum com-
Reno Building County School Art
said he left the wrecked dining car . , ,
only a minute before the wreck. aboard a hunting roadster
Calm Is 'Amazing'
near here in a new quest for
Reno building permits took a
jump Thursday afternoon both
umbers and amounts and City
k Ethel Dowell issued six of
papers for a total ot $39,000.
ic Allied Builders Supply com
z took out permits for lour re-
"I missed possible death by one flu'l|l-
car and one minute,” he said. He A reporter asked the doctor
was in one of the cars which left whether he feels Eisenhower will
the tracks but remained upright, run for re-election.
HI, m __ ■ Johnson and many of the other “I have no impression about
1 /I / - g\ u A I ^400 passengers on the train said that," Snyder replied.
vv mners /*trc /vomco th< caim ,ha’s,ui,(i ° *r ,h°. °u» »< Nowh.r.'
] wreck scene immediately after the , The next question was whether
smashup was amazing.
Twenty-four winners three each from grades one to eight "There was dead silence in our I physically able .0 run again. A I counting on letters from his tele- No 1 Mosteller in the NF SF of
inclusive, weie named this morning tn the annual art exhibit car " Johnson said. "No one ever newsman said Snyder gave the vision audience to help swing 22ni °*jlr north and a half
for county rural school children and all are being entered in panicked. impression in Washington last enough votes in congress to defeat mile west of the state land on
State contests in Oklahoma City. Watson Hayes, a dining ear wait- week that he believes the president proposals to restore wartime high which the $56 an acre lease was
Judging of the hundreds of entries in the contest, held in yr who escaped with hand and arm ju able to serve again. rigid farm price supports. taken
I don t know what anyone can Contending on a nationally tele- Rotary rig was being moved in
WASHINGTON, Feb 24— 1*1 —
ters of a mile east of Walter Dun- Thp revolt was lpd by August
can's No. 1 Borelli, first announced Martin Euler, a powerful, temper-
test in the area between .Mustang omental speaker who has been one
and Yukon. of the most prominent members
Others Announced of thc hun(,psta« a»d always a RJ0
Two others have been announced p€£cnl. sup',ort,’r * Adenauer,
by the Phillips Petroleum com- The deputies walking out on the
pany and by W. E. Howell in the party ,radorshlp with him included
Inces in the Southern HeighK the Wesley Methodist church here, was by E. R. Abbott, Wurlea, said tbo ear —wad to
V liQf} jjJ C'OSt.S *8 mui ,.n,.U ____......_____,i:___ ... *1*. * m « ^ . 1 "I, '
rlcs L. Holbrook.
|esidences 46 by
at 212 and 213 Underwood,
homes 49 by 24 feet will be
area, the Howeil test just east of four miniate" jn ,the Af,enaUPr
Yukon at the south side of U.S. C6. government and Ludwig Schneider,
_ „ Just a week ago. the Phillips ....... ''undesUg.
; Snyder thought Eisenhower is Secretary of Agriculture Benson is company announced plans for the T"‘‘ ministers were k ritz Neumay-
i .ui_ *- — —* * -----*---*-*- *-*- ‘ er, minister of justice: Franz Blue-
cher, vice chancellor; Herman
Schaefer, minister without port-
folio. and Viktor Emanuel Preus.
ker, minister of housing.
It at 210 and 211 I’mleru.....I
Jl four will be of brick veoeer
li composition roofs and on con-
Tmtny Hays took out a permit
|an addition to a dwelling at 110
th O. The cost will be $250 on
10 by 16 foot addition which
be on a concrete block foun
|on with a composition root
M. Palmer took out a permit
|a shed at -r>-< South Reno that
cost $50. It will be of frame
struction with a composition
The size was given as eight
o Exhibit In
our Oklahoma A. and M col
i seniors, members of last
s stock judging team there,
place swine, sheep and steer
aies in the annual junior fat
k show here Saturday,
he team was made up of Ned
tie, Ed Fisher, Glen Cantrell,
Vic Carey. County Agent L. D
rkentin said this morning he
been notified by A and M.
cials the four will be here,
wine and sheep entries will be
ged in the morning; steers will
placed in the afternoon.
11 entries must be in place at
fair building, north of Thunder
|] Coliseum, not later than 8 30
I’arkrntin said that judging will
in the runway of the center of i
building if weather is had;
/ever, it will he outride at the
t end of the fair atructum, U
lAn arena for judging will he
up outside if the weather is not
bitter," he said.
Of Bus Rules
MONTGOMERY, Ala.. Feb 24—
'itt— Braving an early morning rain,
thousands of bus-boycotting Ne-
groes walked to work today in a
mass demonstration of what their !
leaders called "passive resistance" j
to racial oppression.
In groups of two and three or
more, they trudged as many as
two miles from their homes, some
The 89 Negroes arrested thus far
in Oklahoma City where they
'will be on display from April
15 to May 6.
The county portion of the con-
test was sponsored by the home
demonstration club council; the \
date portion is under the auspices ,
of the American Association of A ser'os °* activities for the
University Women. Mrs L. V Por- H‘'a^, Fund campaign will begin
terfield, formerly of F.l Reno and wl,h a ‘offo<’ an(l ",a8 daV" Sat
now in McAlester. is the AAUW urda>' and wiU continue through
chairman in charge of the state
County Rates High
In recent years, this county has
won a large share of placings in
the annual contest.
County winners hy grades with
the schools they are from and their
Grade one: Maxine Daggs, first,
on mass antiboycott indictments ’Reno school, Mrs. D L. Jimerson;
returned by a grand jury appeared Ronnie Oden, second, and Jerry
Mrs. P. R. Johnson, F.l Reno
chairman, said the coffee will be
held from 9 a. m. through the
day Saturday in Earl’s Refrigera- >
tion store. 100 block South Rock
Island, with Mrs. Wesley Lumry I *Hat.
Can 'Trust in God'
“All he can do,” Snyder said
today, "is trust in God if he goes
He added it “would be the same
for a new man"—meaning that
any new president always would
run the risk of developing ill
Even many young men die of
heart attack,” Snyder went on.
Then, referring to Eisenhower
Snyder said “it might be safer
for him than it was before.”
Snyder did not elaborate on
But he apparently meant
On New Cars
ask their lawmakers to support the The No. 1 Borelli in the SE SW
Eisenhower administration farm 0f 4 11-5, this morning was report
| program, including controversial ed as drilling ahead below 7.001
I llexible price supports feet
In time allotted him by CBS to In another county test, the No
reply to a recent “See It Now” TV 1 Daisy Simpson, a Julian Oil and , . .
shown by Edward R. Murrow en- Royalty and Jones, Shelburne and d*®1ersa ong w , a ’ “ ° s *. ln
titled "the farm problem—a crisis Pellow operation northeast of Pied who esa e car a,’d *Jnick prices
in abundance," Benson said agri- niont in the NE SW of 16-14-5, was 'vm‘ announ<’pd hv General Mo-
culture "is not on the rocks” nor reported coring a formation at 7 - ,s c 0 r P 0 r * * 1 0 n today. The
changes aic i fl. dive Monday.
Revisions in the destination
DETROIT. Feh. 24—JV— A ma-
jor revision in delivery charges to
is it "depression bound.” 566 feet.
He added that anyone who makes R'8 W'as being moved in at the
such statements renders farmers Howell No. I Smith. Location is
a "disservice" and does not tell °f 21-12-5.
in charge ,hat a man "l10 has had a heart
Meanwhile volunteers will work attack is much more inclined to
The secretary had said the Mur-
row show had given viewers a
"distorted impression" of the farm
situation and demanded time to
Leaders Named In
4-H Health Event
the streets in the "tag day" earn- watch his health Also, particularly reply. In introducing the half-hour Six girls and five boys who .... ....... K11VC „,crr„ei
paign, soliciting contributions for in Eisenhower’s case, the doctors Ben8°n program last night, an an- placed high in annual senior coun- ranged from $22 80 on Chevrolet*
charges mostly will benefit deal-
ers 900 to 1,600 miles from the
GM home plant area.
Maximum destination charge re-
ductions are Chevrolet $54; Pon-
tiac, $58; Oldsmobilc $67; Buick,
$70; Cadillac $72; light trucks, $52
and medium trucks $111.
The wholesale price increases
the fund. have intensified their watch over
On Sunday volunteers will tour h*8 health.
in court and pleaded innocent to StejskaJ, third, both of Banner and the city in the wind-up of their Eisenhower, who plans to fly
the charge*. taught by Mrs. George Witcher. house-to-house rampaign,
Their trials were set'for March 1 Grade Two: Bill Johnson, first, ning at 2 p. m.
19. .Mountain \iew, Mrs. A. K. Buird; i The drive will continue
Most if not all the defendants ar- 'lar>' Frances Bornemann second, March 1.
raigned today walked to the Mont- and Bp,,y Compson, third, Iwth of
gomery county rourthousc. One of . Banner.
their attorneys, Fred D. Gray, said | Grade Three: Allan Line, first,
Banner; Larry Don Moffatt, Reno
school, second; and Linda Miller,
Others Are Listed
Grade Four: Gerald White, first,
he walked two miles to his office
although he had left his raincoat
The 24-hour walk-to-work pilgrim-
age came in response to appeals
from Negro ministers at a hymn-j Gary Stephens, second. Riverside,
singing prayer meeting last night. Mrs. C. I. Dollison; Dorothy Miller,
All "race-loving Negroes" were
urged to shun even their private
cars to show their determination to
carry on the protest against seg-
regated facilities on Montgomery
city lines buses.
To Court Approved
third, Midland, Louis Dalton.
Grade five; Vivian Smith, first.
Meridian, Mrs. W. W. Mills; Billy
Evans, second. Rich Valley, Miss
Nellie Waldron; Eddie Lee Novak,
third, Mayview, Mrs. Bertha Fast.
Grade six: Earl Meyers, first,
Mountain View; Wanda Klohn, sec- Gteir arrest
mid and Dougins Smith, third, both Court records show
of Fairview, Mrs. Iva Clemons.
begin- back to Washington tomorrow and
perhaps announce next week
until whether he will run again, was
I getting in his last full day of
Yesterday he gave his physical
stamina the most rigorous test
since his heart attack. He played
18 holes of golf and then hunted
for two hours.
Denied by Youths
Two 16-year-old El Reno youths,
charged with second degree bur- . . ,,,, j •
glary, Thursday afternoon entered ^AOOIlied HlGllWOy
pleas of innocent to the charges . . 3 , '
and their preliminary hearing has PlOn IS ApprOVeO
nouncer said the network has "full ty 4-H club contest health selec-j to $63 on Cadillac*,
confidence" in Murrow and feels tjons will receive final placings by The Ford Motor company took
that he had given an accurate pic- Dr. Francis W. Hollingsworth of similar action a week ago. Auto
the Canadian Valley Clinic. dealers appearing before eongres-
The six girls will go to the gional committee recently have at-
climc for their exact standings tacked the destination charges,
after 2:30 p m., the close of i They termed it “phantom freight"
school, next Wednesday; the five because they were billed for de-
boys will go to the clinic at an ijvcry from MichiKnn even If a
hour and date to be announced. vehicle was assembled in a near-
i.____,, ...... , High girK were Susan and Mars i,\ nl ini
handle tickc sales for the annual Smith and VirRjma Brown. ,11 of P'ant'
gun and antique show scheduled
April 20. 21 and 22 in the Thunder- Larrh. ynH om^Ann HaUrk. mon,hs hy GM a st l'ou,s dpa>pr
bird Coliseum, members of the con- ’■ niisnn i. f F1 wo,lld Pa-V *12 less for a car; and
I ventions and tourists committee do- R,.n. ’ 11 Dallas dealer, more than double
cided in a meeting Thursday after- |f|g’h ^ were Billy Jeffrey and h°mC Pla^,’
"’ . . . John Miller, both El Reno route 2. _ '__
Wilfred Ward was named to KirUon Mannschreck and Tonv
handle ticket sales April 20, Jim A|berti jr , 1)0th of Union City. #n(l
ture of the farm situation.
Chamber To Assist
In Antique Show
The chamber of commerce will
Under the revision, second in 18
been set for 10 a. m. March 5.
The two youths are said by coun- | OKLAHOMA CITY, Feb. 24—LP— Jt.,
ty and city officers to have ad- [ Agreement for a somewhat modi-I Basf on. Aj?nl 21, an<l M C Hoard French Denwalt, Calumet route 1
mitted to 13 burglaries, and thc at- I (i<1j on Apn Z2' ■
tempted burglary they were ac- ln,prs,a‘p highway south of ,n actlon on ,he ,ndian ,,ow Wow
cused of undertaking at the time Norman, with some farm enfrane- set July 27 , 28 and 29, City Manag-
ing h are
without funds with which to em-
............ ,__,,, . ploy legal counsel. Attorney Pat
___..i..* Weaver has been named to art lor
I cs, was reached today hy Governor er C. A. Bentley will be contacted ]
Raymond Gary and A B. Green, ,or Pprrn's8*on to tise the fenced
... . . , „ portion ol the park and the grand-
highway commissioner from Pur- gUnd jn ,hl> c^en,
Living Cost Down
At High Supports
M . Riverside: Marvin Bell and Teddie ..
WASHINGTON, heb. 24 on A Sl.c0nd and ,hird rospec- ,ht'n'
senate judiciary subcommittee ap- tivvely both of Fairview
proved today President Eiscnhow- Grade eight: Richard Myers,
ers nomination of Chairman Ross (|rs( Fairview; Tommy Randall,
Rizley of the civil aeronautics secondi Mountain View and Gene
hoard to be a federal judge for E||lsorif thjrd> MiipK Mrs W. R.
O Oherche Girl* western Oklahoma.
|o Receive Ceps The senate probably will con-
rwo Okarche nursing students | f'rn’ **ie nomination next week.
| scheduled to be "capped" in Hizloy will succeed Judge Edgar
femonies at 7:30 p. m. today at | "• V'aiiKht who is retiring.
Anthony school of nursing, Ok
Ionia City, following completion
fhe.v are Ann Margaret Alig,
lighter of Mrs. George Alig, and
jrrsa Wicwel, daughtur of Mr
Mr*. Art Wicwel.
Members of thc hoard of direc-
tors of the El Reno Industrial foun-
dation were to have met late to-
day in the offices Of the chamber of
Partly cloudy through Saturday.
A few scattered showers and
thunderstorms over the state to-
night and in thc eastern half Sat-
urday. Turning colder western
portion tonight; colder western
portion and turning colder else-
where Saturday. Low tonight 30
six hours today in the gale-swept j degrees panhandle to 60 east. High [ the highway will be built. They
Arctic seas between Greenland | Saturday 55 panhandle to 70 south- read a section of the federal high-
way building law which permits
LONDON, Feb. 24—Wi—The Brit-
ish submarine Acheron—her com-
munications equipment knocked
out by sunspots—was missing for
Green had been bitterly opposed
to the planned fenced highway be-
tween Norman and Purcell. His op-
position stemmed from protests
trom farmers who claimed they
would be fenced off the highway.
Yesterday, however, Gary said
the modern road would be even-
tually built, all the way from
Norman to the Red river.
WASHINGTON, Feh. 24— Wt -
Senator Aiken (Republican-Ver-
mont) said today it “is completely
false" to contend that a return
to rigid farm price supports
“would make the farmers of Amer-
ica prosperous and happy.”
’It was war—cold merciless.
two men producod agreement. Both
agreed a misunderstanding had re-
sulted over interpretation of how
and Iceland. An atl-our search lo-1 east. Further outlook: partly cloudy
rated the vessel and she proceed 'Saturday night and Sunday. A lit-
ed to Iceland. | tie warmer Sunday. (
entrances to the highway in sparse-
WASHINGTON, Feb 24—-Ax—
Attending were Chairman Vestus I Lower prices for food and house
Morris. Cliff Chapin, Jim Bass, furnishings in January sent the
Bill Ward. Ralph Myers, jr„ Art Rovprnment’s living cost index ........ ..........
Harrison and Secretary-Manager down a notch today to the lowest bloody wur,” that pushed farm
O. K. Curry. point since last August. prices and Income upward in rr-
--The decline means a wage cut ; cent years, Aiken said in a senate
Man Delays Plea In nf a |,pnny aa hour for more than speech The senate is in its third
fL.tn. .( »Iir.iiru ■ million workers in the auto, farm day of debate on a controversial
\_narge or ourgiary equipment and aircraft industries election year farm bill.
Donald Wayne Sands. 22, F.l | in ■ quarterly revision of rates i Aiken, ranking Republican mem-
geared to the index.
General Motor corporation an
nounced the pay reduction will be
effective for Its more than a half-
million workers beginning on the
first pay-day after March 1.
Reno, Thursday afternoon took 24
A brief conference between the ! hours in which to make his plea to
a charge of second degree burglary
and County Judge Sam Roberson
set his bond at $2,500 cash.
Sands, arrested in Okarche re-
cently by Deputy Thurman Hale,
is accused of the $70 burglary of
the Weaver Tavern in Yukon on
her of the senate agriculture com-
mittee, urged that the mandatory
rigid price supports be stricken
from the soil bank program asked
by the administration.
Earlier the senate finance com
The labor department’s bureau I mittee approved a gasoline tax ro-
of labor statistics said its index for
mid-January declined a tenth of
one percent from mid-December.
fund bill expected to put an extra
60 million dollars in farmers'
pockets each year.
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