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TWO THE FIN TON 0 0 IS 0 I I. 21, 1958 Upturn Is In Making, Ike Tells Nation XKW YORK Ei-l The slump is rot over by any Si. the nation last night means, he said. He how- in. do.

rp i economic upturn is in the a. lorviHv a future bursting i and promise. siujie person and no sin- Sru-l', however wise, can 13 th? day or Ihe week when niil begin," the Presi- 1 said. i mi Lancy Is Democrat Tom F.aney of 1516 Maple was Mr. Democrat of Denton County at the Democratic Party NisM, held Tuesday evening in the Ciiy Hall Auditorium.

La-iey was chosen by a committee headed by former Denton Mayor J. L. Yarbrough. Yarbrough introduced Laney to the estimated loo persons attending the meeting. Denton Cptinly Rep.

Alonzo Jamison, principal speaker, recounted the history of the Democratic Party, telling the stands taken by the party on various issues since its organization. He was quoted as asying the great reforms that have benefited the people of the United Stales have come out of the Democratic Party, and that the GOP has never, supported any new movement. The Democratic Party has always catered to the masses of the people, and not to special interests, Jamison was quoted as saying. Contributions were made to the national and two slate Democratic groups. Three donation boxes were available, one labeled Democratic Executive Cqm- mittee, one Democrats of Texas and one Texas Democratic Executive Committee.

ver, that reports from the nation Irongly indicate that the reces- ion is slowing down. Once again he promised that de- isions on tax cut proposals will made soon. He put so much on the angers in inflation and leficits that he appeared to rule ut the likelihood of White House upport for a general cut in fed- ral income taxes. James C. Hagcily, his press ecretary, told newsmen in re- pome to questions that thee Pres- dent's remarks about an early decision on taxes should not be nterpreted as meaning necessar- ly that the administration will ad- a cut.

The President addressed 2,000 jusiness leaders at an economic ncbilization conference called by he American Management Assn. He was introduced at the con- erence dinner by Vice President lixon. The vice president told the business executives at an afternoon session that political pressure for an emergency fax cut directed Since 194S, the American- Bible Society has published 75 million pocket Gospels in 16 languages TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY DRASTIC: In Crapti Kilt Win Eni! Shop, 1316 El. i Slip Ccvere FOR SALE BY 1555 Sludibjker iifi.il, fotc'ijr, Ictcne, cc.l- liljor.fd, ell power equTpir.e.il, faiFo, htater -lirei, J1I95. DW-5020.

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3-SOOM FUIVISKEO ipjrl-inTTcljle In, fcilh er.t.-ar.ci in Cf-rc-. end Eifiritrct r.ttuj-rr. i. Kiinil, Hclil, Fiicjf- afiif 5pm. Senate Group Restores Part Of Aid Money WASHINGTON 'fl-The Senate Foreign Relations Committee voted today to restore 220 million dollars o( the 339 million cut by Hie House from President Eisenhower's 53,942,092,500 foreign aid program.

The committee, by voice vote, for $1,800,000,000 in military hard- The Women's Auxiliary of St. David's Episcopal Church will have a bake sale Saturday in llic parish house, 623 Kctor, beginning at 8:30 a.m. English muffins will be featured at the bake sale along ware funds. The House had voted homemade breads, fruit $1.610,000.000. bread, pickles, jams and jellies solely at benefiting should be resisted.

TOWN TOPICS PHONE DV2.2S51 Briefs- Births Hospital Notes TEMPORARILY Similarly, the Senate group voted lo grant the administration million in defense economic support funds for countries with which the United Slates has defense pacts. The House liad cut this item to 775 millions. The committee decided to meet again in another closed session at 9 a.m. Thursday to consider other items in the bill. There may be other increases.

In still another voice vote action, the commiltee wrote into the foreign aid bill a declaration that it is in the interest of the United States to join other nations in providing India with "support of the type, magnitude, and duration" adequate to assist India in completing her "current program for economic development." From three senators Mike Mansfield (D-NTonl), H. Alexander Smith (R-NJ) and George D. Aiken appraisals that anti American demonstrations against Vice President Nixon would help rather than hurt the cakes. German chocolate cakes will be on order, Mrs. C.

H. Hancock, projects chairman, said. PKR50NALS Mr. and Mrs. Gene Williams, 1927 W.

Chestnut, have as house consumers administration's gram. foreign aid pro- Nose Cone Proves Shark Attraction WASHINGTON' a missile's hot nose cone drops out of space into the ocean, it attracts sharks like honey draws flies. But it's the sizzle that provides the lure. This is the conclusion drawn by Cook Research Laboratories, Morton Grove, 111., which builds the recoverable insides of the nose cones for the Army Jupiter and fhe Air Force Atlas and Thor ballistic missiles. Retired Rear Adm.

Josephus 85 Fine Paid In Jury Trial Case A $5 fine, assessed last month against Thomas R. Coforth, the NTSC student who and jury trial in Denton Corporation Court, was paid this morning. Goforth's attorney, Hal Jackson, paid a total of $5 fine plus $15.50 in court costs. The six-man was the first jury trial in the Denton court in more than 10 April 17 found Goforih guilty of driving 45 m.p.h. in a 30 m.p.h.

zone. Hiiggs, representative of Cook's here, showed colored motion pictures of the launching last Aug. 8 of a Jupiter rocket and the subsequent recovery of its rose cone. President Eisenhower last November showed (he cone on tele vision. Tuesday night, the Army announced that two letters aboard a nose cone were recovered after a l.COO-mile space flight Sunday anc were found undamaged.

The letters, placed in the cone by Army missile men, were addressed to Secretary of the Army Wilber M. Brucker and Gen Maxwell D. Taylor, Army chie Rites Conducted For J. Frank Hill Last rites for J. Frank Hill of Route 2, Denton, were held Tuesday in the Jack Schmitz Son Funeral Home Chapel.

The Rev. Fred Adams of Aldersgate Methodist Church in Dallas officiated, and burial was in Roselawn Memorial Park. Mr. HiU, 84, died Sunday night in Dallas. Pallbearers included James Blackwell, Worth Burgoon, D.

B. Compton, Charles Gray, Otis Reed and John Shimer. of staff. Their contents were nol disclosed. In describing the Jupiter flight of last August, Briggs said Navy frogmen counted about 25 sharks in the area of the cone.

"They were attracted by the noise. The shiny surface of the cone intrigued them and they kept bumping their noses agains it," ho said. The recovery equipment automatically spread shark repcllen around emitted and make it easier lo find. Unfortunately, said Brigsjs. dye neutralized the repellent and the sharks gathered round.

Briggs indicated that another dye material had been developet for subsequent cone recovery at Pentagon Eyes Plans To Put Man In Space WASHINGTON Ifl The is studying a dozen proposals 0 place man in space, including to rocket a human out of this vorld and bring him back in a matter of minutes. But the chief officials of the De- cnse Department's Advanced Research Projects Agency assured 'ongrcss that no American will )e hurled beyond the atmosphere intil an animal has made the rip and been brought back to earth. They said a chimpanzee may be put in orbit in 12 to 15 months if present studies sucecd. United States plans for space money to be spent on disclosed by Roy Johnson, ARPA director, and Dr Herbert York, its chief scientist, in testimony released today by the House Appropriations Committee. Johnson testified last month thai 72-million-dollar appropriation request for the fiscal year starting July 1 included money for "man-in-space" research.

ARPA's chief scientists dis closed that the Air Force is nov planning a reconnaissance satel lite with a gross weight of from 1 (o us tons. They said it will take television pictures and pick up radio signals while over potentially unfriendly territory and rebroadcast this intelligence while orbiting over American stations. York said the Army and Air Force have about a 75 per cent chance of success in gelling satellites in orbit around the moon this year. The Army has been authorized to make one or two tries at the moon, and the Air Force three attempts. the floating cone am a dye to mark the are; tempts, the successful one of last Sunday.

guesis his mother and grandmother, Mrs. Rosalie Siin and Mrs. Margaret Rose, boih of l-os Angeles. They are'also visiting with the Williams' two children, Barry Ford, 1, and Gene Ann, one niOKth. Mrs.

B. F. ChasUin of 1012 Myrtle has returned to Denton after atlending a family reunion in Verlion, where she met her brothers, II. H. Greenhouse of Pampa, R.

A. Greenhouse of Vernon and A. E. Greenhouse of California, for the first time in several years. HOSPITAL NOTES Flow Memorial Hospital Visiting Hours: a.m., 3-4 p.m., 7-8 p.m.

Admitted: Mrs. Maude Coving- ion, Aubrey, medical; Mrs. Clay Faulkner, Argyle, surgical; Mrs. T. M.

Green, Pilot Point, medical; Mrs. Georgia Seagraves, Rt. 1, medical; Mrs. Paul May, Aubrey, surgical; Mrs Kalhc-rine K. Smith, Lewisville, accident; Mrs.

W. J. Fan-is, Krum, medical; Mrs. W. A.

Reniley, 1211 Clover, surgical; Mrs. Louis Smith, 320 Crawford, surgical; Raymond V. Franklin, Grapevine, surgical; Mrs. Glen D. fribble, Route 2 medical.

Dismissed: Mrs. Ervin Malhis, Boanoke; James Allen Sims, 21! Highland; Mrs. Robert Pruett and baby, 1427 Knight; Mrs. Revy Matthews, Sanger; James Mayes Celina; Mrs. Luevina Jones, 111- Hill; Miss Doris l.udwig, Route John Crites, Roanoke; Keith Cradduck, 1921 JV.

Sycamore; D. Brooks, Lewisville. Wayne Elm Sireet Hospital Clinic Visiting Hours: a.m 2-3 p.m., p.m. Admitted: Robert Paul Swafford, 800 Mulberry, medical; Frank Houston, 1008 E. Prairie, medical.

Dismissed: None. None. Bumis FINE TODAY THERE'S ONLY ONE Brigitte Eardot In THt PICTURE THAT BROKE ALL BOX OFFICE RECORDS! Houston 12 wks. Son Antonio 11 wks. 6 wks.

5 wks. 3 wks. 3 wks. 2 wks. Dallas Corpus Austin El Paso Wichita F.

ADMISSION ADULTS ONLY FEATURE 12:15, 7:03, Price Rites Are Held In Denton Funeral services for Mrs. Euel Price of 629 Rose were held Tuesday afternoon in the Gocn Funeral Home Chapel. The Rev. I.oys Vess, pastor of Dallas' Sunnyvale Baptist Church, and the Rev. Tester Singleton, pastor of Denton's entral Bap- list Church, officiated.

Interment was in Denton's Roselawn Memorial Park. Mrs. Price, 63, died Sunday in Flow Memorial Hospital. Pallbearers included James Cantwell, Jim Lovell, John Harpole, Maurice Baker. Jack Milliard and Henry Hester.

Team Members Announced In Little League Sixty boys were chosen Tuesday night for spots in the International Little League of Denton's summer baseball program. But 39 more boys applied than could be handled. Officials said the 39 remaining boys should report to Doyle Chrisman at the south Little League Park Friday afternoon, for tryouts in the Texas Little League. Boys chosen for the Internation- Billy Graham Sympathizes With France SAN FRAXCISCO isE Billy Graham says the world's heart should go out to troubled France. "Tiie flower of her youth which should be in leadership today He buried on the banks of the Marne," he said.

The energetic b'ond preacher now in the fourth week of his well-attended San Francisco crusade, told an audience 13 500 in the Beat Cow Palace last night: country has paid a higher price for freedom than France. Long live France!" CROWDS Through las', night, he had at- fracied 341,200 fo the Cow Palace, where attendance was r.ot expected fo exceed 200,000 in the six- week revival. Graham plans to appear tomorrow before a State Assembly subcommittee investigating the sale I of smutty books. He was sub- Trujillo Kim Novak Say Goodbye HOLLYWOOD was juch sweet sorrow for Kim Novak and free-spending U. Gen.

Rafael fnijillo Jr. The 24-year-old blonde actress and the handsome son of the Dominican Republic strongman spent half an hour last night saying goodby aboard his private railroad car. TrujiUo said he plans lo return for Kim in July when, he finishes his studies at the Army Command School in Kansas. And Kim winked and nodded when a reporter asked whether she will be waiting. FONDNESS "I'm very fond of Ramfis (Trujillo's nickname)," Kim said.

Is the fondness actually love? "You know I can't talk of any thing like that now," Kim said. "He's still married." Trujillo, 29, whose wife and six children are in (he Dominican Republic, says a Mexican divorce will be final in July. Then he will return to Hollywood before leaving for his homeland on the family yacht. Will it be a honeymoon (rip? "You never can tell," he said. The general, smiling and dapper in a gray suit, arrived at the train station with Kim on his arm.

Several aides tried to shield the co'jple from photographers buc Trujillo waved them aside and walked the actress through a barrage of camera lights. PRIVATE COMPARTMENT Kim, wearing a tight-fitting )lack dress, was helped aboard he train by Trujillo. They said in a private comportment while other members of the party sipped drinks in the railroad car's salon. Then Kim left and walked through a double line of photographers to a waiting car. "Just say I find Ramfis very sincere and nice," she said be fore driving off.

TnijUlo arrived here aboard chartered airliner two months ago. He rented a Beverly Hills mansion and was soon taking Kim on bistro-hopping jaunts along Sunset Strip. FOST WORTH AP-Hcji 700; illtdy; choice 22.2S.22.JO. Shfl? iltiiy lo llrcr.9; ir.d cnolce ijrisg Iw.bs 21.00-22.00i fed-1 20.00-21.00; lo old-trcp la-rb) I7.50-18.50; mi 7.WS.W. J.OCOj 300; lo cKoice itrers 24.00-27.50; 16.0023.00; fit CUM thcilt Miv(! 24.00-27.50; 17.0023.00; slocktr iUir 25.C032.CW; slotker yorlinji 27.00 Rugby, N.D., is the exact geographic center of North America.

Let Ut Moke Arrangements For WEDDING FLOWERS Complete Varieties LINWOOD ROBERSON FLORIST W. Hlcktr; (he Arkansas material over to the committee. FROM RUSSIA Graham received word from the Soviet Union that church mem bers in Kiev and Moscow are praying for the 'success of his crusade. "He received a cablegram from Robert Pierce, an American evangelist and missionary, that 6,000 Russians attending service; at the First Baptist Church ii Moscow offered prayers Sunday A total of 11,712 had made "decisions for Christ" at the Cow Palace revival through Sunday. Church bulletins indicate thai churches are e.xperiencim a spiritual awakening, Grahan reports.

He expressed hope tha all those making decisions will be good Christians four years hence DRIVE-IN, THEATRE FT. WORTH FIRST. RUN AT THE SAMfToW ADMISSION" 7:10 Features 8:15 and 10:15 Presetted bj WRXES BROS. Scrst-i Fisy s. KKts Box Here is a proud picture of America's Air Force It-'s a picture you can be proud you brought trie family fo see.

We are happy to shovr it. John al Little League: poenacd "£: kansas revivalist, announced he was smdin material Hjr H-jrii, v.itr/ Mali, wici-jii fc, in; press to Graham to present to Our. I the committee Ktot ha( the package. "The story UCT-Slivt Stishini, HollMiy. Hs-f Gjry love' let Jslii.

Hai-nrt Jr. Graham said he of even opening Jjr in 2 is whah i committee. He sai To.T.-r.y Frediii! Atlirs EciA-in S.T.It-, Billy Pi-is, Btrry, vi-lc'r Uviiriili, Rickl, Micity DiviJ Sain, Jirry Riy Jackie favcu Cut Fcjtc 7-Up ScVJ Stari, Cyrt.i Baiiiy. Rcnjld Jirmit Schra-r. Wjrt.n W.I:!K, Ctsre C-ir, Inrr.p.

Trt mire, (tint Snilii, Jiff Hjr.t. man's sin in 'he he commented, add- would tell the id he would turn The Frisco Railroad was formerly called the Atlantic and Pacific. The name was changed when the rail came out of Indian Territory and reached Tulsa. Gasoline, Milk Wars Are Studied i i AUSTIX gasoline end 1 miik price wars that have broken i out in scattered areas over the state "and something else" are under investigation, Atty. Gen.

Will Vi'ilson said yesterday. He would not elaborate! How-j ever, there have been firmed reports of assistant at tor-j ncys general looking over records i of oil and gas firms in several noir.ts over the state. Wilson said antitrust investigators were keepir.g an especially close watch in Houston, Dallas, 1 Fort Worth and San Ar.tor.io. HICKORY HOUSE SPECIAL Vz B-B-Q Chicken 95 French Frici Garlic Bread H.W. 24 of Bolivar TODAY'S CITIZEN I I Barrow Insurance Salutes I THE RECIPIENTS OF THE FIRST ANNUAL KIWANIS I nor coo; ance Gohmert.

Diana I Pinson and Betty Lou Skiles. all of 1UU, ar.d Fred Baldwin, I Edna Williams, Alice Fae O'Daniel and' David Watkins all of NTSC. I I BARROW INSURANCE AGENCY I I THE RECIPIENTS OF THE FIRST ANNUAL KIWANIS CLUB SCHOLARSHIP RECOGNITION" AWARDS Janice Swenson. Charles Barton, Linda Truitt and Sandy Trickey, all of Denton Senior High School; Janice Gohmert. Diana Pinson and Betty Lou Skiles.

all of 1UU, ar.d Fred Baldwin, Edna Williams, Alice Fae O'Daniel and' David Watkins all of NTSC. "YOUR HARTFORD AGENT 317 South Elm Dial OU2-962I Today Only Feat. At 7:30 9:40 LAST DAY OF OUR 10th ANNIVERSARY WEEK CARLOADx John Woyne Lana Turner in 'Sea Chase' STUDENT ANNA MAGNANI ANTHONY QUINN ANTHONY FRANCiOS, HALWALLIS'. FLASH! Little ahead of Big on the Premiere Showing of This Big One! I It's onthe screen! The explosive, lusty story that 20 tnillion leaders said never could be made! NOW you can sea the best-selling novel of all time! THIS BIG ONE AT BARGAIN PRICES 20c 50c Features Today at 1:42 9:15.

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