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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - August 8, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Generally fair through Sunday widely scattered thunder storms this afternoon slightly cooler to Thermometer Readings 81 9 I 10 I II I 12 85 I 90 90 j 91 1 93 94 95 Complete Weather Report on Market Hamtcfiht Mernirw light LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE Most Securities and Commodities Market Are Closed on 54 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS i SCIENTISTS JUBILANT ON EXPLORER VI Mars and Venus Satellite Shots Tentative 6061 By JOSEPH MYLER 8 Scientists reported to day they were highly pleased with the first days perform ance of Explorer the Pad dlftwheel satellite fired into or bit The jubilant scientists said that the new addition to Ameri cas space achievements al ready had reaped information of vast importance to future rocket probes of the moon and Millions Miles Space The successful launching heightened the likelihood of a Moon Mission in Oc tober and a probe millions of 4 miles into the space tentatively scheduled It also raised the possibility of a rocket shot toward Mars when the red planet is in a suitable position and toward Venus in Explorer nicknamed tho Faddlewheel because of four paddleshaped solar cell was launched into the longest flattest orbit ever achieved by an earth The orbit extends sta tute miles from earth at its farthest point and within 150 miles at its closest Jt takes 1212 hours to com each full The Paddle wheel satellite made its second pass over Sin in the late afternoon 5 A spokesman for the tracking station direct NEW YORK The 25 dayold steel strike seemed as far away from settlement as ever and pressure was mounting in Congress to have President Eisenhower Steelworkers Union President David McDonald joined company spokesmen and mediators in saying that re cent reports of progress were Negotiations will re sume Monday after a weekend In Senators Act 32 Senate A 3r Kills mall Baby i Democrats have sponsored a res j olution urging Eisenhower to try to speed settlement in the which experts estimate has already cost both company and workers more than a bil lion dollars In wages and or The resolution was offered Tuesday by Stuart Syming ton who has asked that it be left open for other sign ers until next when it will be referred to the Senate Labor Lyndon Johnson D the Senate Majority Lead has indicated he is taking no part in pushing the resolu but 31 senators have join ed Symington in signing Situation Grave The strike has idled half a million steel workers and shut down almost 90 per cent of the nations steel It is estimated that more than 000 workers in transportation and mining have been thrown out of work as a result of the The if would put Congress on record as favoring two The first would be to have the President summon union and industry leaders to the White House and use his influence to have them reach Jf that the President would ne expected to set a dead line for If no agree See Page 8 of Mary FHTLADEI Tl A twoweekold riifd early today from a jU trrrd skull ontl multiple lacer atinns being1 bitten and I hH 11 hv t hree year old pollro Tlic victim son Saunders said she re turned home from an errand Tuesday night to find the in fant had numerous lacerations of the stomach and She rushed the baby to wom ans hospital where physicians said the lacerations were caused by human A turther ex amination showed the child al so had suffered a fractured Police of the juvenile aid di vision identified the assailant as Mack who lives in the same apartment build They said the boy told them he made the assault be cause the baby was line Pric Drops Saturday Gasoline retail prices for the Gregory rcguiar dropped one cent in Cofsicana Friday afternoon and Saturday an early Saturday afternoon survey in The prevailing major oil com pany retail prices was al though some major and in dependent stations were AMHTC Ur IViLKLrlAIN 1 o BOYCOTT IN LITLE ROCK 8 CUPI Raging tropical storms in the eft in 60 LITTLE Capital Citizenslyears hit central Formosa yes One of the top segregationist also said his reports from the leaders today threatened a buytion had planned other actions area nearly 100 persons ers strike against downtown in connection with were drowned in flash floods merchants here if high school but said he couldnt reveal and hundreds more were rniss integration comes as scheduled Grainger President of the Little Rock Chamber of Farther In the islands If one Negro even atempts when asked to comof Southern typhoon to attend a white high said he felt additional Ellen spread death and destmc said Amis we are gee LITTLE ROCK 8 persons were re 1 b ported dead or calling on the people of every school district in Arkansas to stage a buyers strike against Little Rock Main Street mer and against every firm that employs even one Other Actions Planned attorney for the Worst Drought Admitted By Red Chinese UPI Communist in one of its Florida Suit Of Negroes Is Dismissed A landslide triggered by the typhoon roared down on a farmers house early kill ing seven of its eight Two persons were known dead and three were missing else where in Southern CONFERENCES SET BEFORE NIKITA VISIT Move To Assure Will Stand Firm On Ideals 8 Eisenhower 8 Acting Governor pupil assignment law cleared Johnson has asked President its second major legal hurdle Elsenhower declare hurrU Friday when a federal dismissed a public school inKauai tegration suit brought by a Pacific group of Tampa The action by District Judge squarely BLAST SETS TOWN view of downtown which was destroyed Edward I Dy a dynamite blast and Dynamite loaded By STEWART President will confer with top NATO chiefs and Italian Prime Minis ter Segni early next month before Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchevs visit to the United the White House announced The President is expected to assure the NATO country lead ers that the United States win stand firm on Its commitments and will not engage In unilateral negotiations with the The conversations with he NATO leaders and Scgni will follow the Presidents confer ences in Great Britain with Prime Minister Sir Harold Mac millan and In Paris with French President Charles de He on a truck exploded and set the town kllllia Europe Ing several persons and Injuring Wiiephoto CAP Kauai Island exotic local of South other tropical was the only island hit by hurricane Dot frankest reports of the George Whitehurst virtualWednesday said tonight the worst elimiantes any change of Johnston and his staff com In many years had hit 10 pronegro pupils entering allwhite pleted a five hours inspection vinces in the northern and censchools this tour o hardest hit areas tral parts of the Had Sot September last night and said that damage The official New China Kews Francisco Rodriguez of Tarnwould be well over a million Agency said the drought an attorney for the fected more than 32 million Assn the Advancement of The storm belted the island acres of farm land and the rainColored had set Septemwith 103 miloanhour winds I I Radar Device Could Detect Ban Violators By JAAtES DOVUE 8 dug through less period was expected to conher as the target dale tinue until Jater this month integration many tore off roofs and flatten ed power a 68yearold Jur Heavy rains caused rivers to It said more than 54 millionlist born at upUlood some lowlying residential Chinese peasants along with held the defense Domestic water supplies housands of Communist that the negroes should have government students taken their problems to the and soldiers were now battling county school board before fll to minimize the Ing the The most seriously affected His order dismissing the the agency was case would allow a new com Honan province which has a plaint to be filed in the event copulation of more than 44 milthat admission to a particular The agency said more than white school is asked for and 70 per cent of the farmland in or if it becomes See Page 5 Lets Face It the piovince was Other provinces the agency were Shan and parts of Heiiungkiang in he north and Kwangtung and Kwangal in the The agency that 60 to 70 per cent of the See Page 5 Polio Reaches Record High 8 8 might well admit this before the Russians use g day in an effort to determine whether the explosion of six tons of dynamite and amonium nitrate may have taken as many as 30 Toll May Ranch 30 Nine bodies already have been recovered and a 10th victim died in a But Deputy Cor oner Russ Carry said there may he as many as 20 more yet to be Authorities did not know how many persons were living in a rooming house a block from the blast which was completely Twenty persons remained it for Tho pRalized of the scores of injur capitol has a leaky The center of tho were honored symbol of the worlds checking buildings still stand richest began lnJcinj the downtown area to see water like n they were in danger of crumb shack during a heavy niinstoim One quotation from had previously built Public Health A drain pipe noar groat Beaton street was cents rigation and that acvice reported today that there dome clogged causing water for Several independcording to the ministry of agriWere 183 cases of paralytic polio to back up and pour in around ents had posted cente for culture half of the affectedhn the week ending It ran down the This is the third pricecutting date farmland has been watered to record high for the J i 1 flooding the landings in Corsicana in recent Athens and other Henderson county cities were in a war for the past several but it ended about about the time the dropping of the price here Trench Moulh Mans Body Found Tied Like Mummy tivcs investigating the of a young man found bound ped In the previous there on two were 177 cases A squad of janitors with mops The new report brought ihe and buckets was called in to total number of paralytic cases bail to for the This com Capitol officials said the drain pared with 579 for the same was clogged with coffee 4 11 i i and KapKeci nis lace period in and lunch wrappings left on the In 89 nonparalytlc roof by workmen who have been Doctors reported treating 28 caseg of polio werc reported for shining the cases of communicable diseases tne week of There also this week to CorsicanaNavarro were 4Q ca3CS of unspecified County Health Department SatUypC The listingincluded one For the first 30 weeks of the case of trench a disease the total number of polio that has not been noted on the cases of all types came to report in more than a For the same period of In addition to the trench there were mouth there were 3 cases The Health Service said that of also new to the Of 950 cases of paralytic polio listing this year 1 amoebic Us of Julv 89 of those strick Detcc killing munimy hoped an autopsy report today would lead them to a Thn blonde wife of Chandler Steffens discovered his body on a floor In the bedroom of his fathers was clad only in His throat had been from ear to Dntectivrs found no no clues to the killer and no Attendance held up fairly goodlmurdcr Police Chief 304 Youngsters Receive Shots Here Friday 3f Julv 89 of those StHck nem up miiiy Koau had three or more shots of Friday at the weekly ImmunizaRobert Wilson tion clinic at CorslcanaNavarro Wilson snid the victi 1 2 meaen 3 8 venereal and Salk 9 strep throat infections and The report described NewjCounty Health Department as scarlet as an epidemicU89 youngsters received polio With the nearing of the fall It said there have preventive Salk The pre term of parents are re13 cases of all types in New vious week set a record when minded they should have their Haven with three deaths occur244 Inoculations were preschool children immunized In addition to polio the and those who will he returning The Health Service said there health nurse pave 33 smallpox to classes protected with the was an outbreak in Alasvaccinations and 82 comblna customary inoculations which but that an epidemic In Dea tion diphtheria and whooping are prerequisites to JMoines was cough v She Should Have Told Says Official Urns en Sec Page 8 ling rom structural defecln caused by tho The blast leveled eight square blocks ojf tho A 15foot deep crater marked the place where driver George Rutherford parked his sixton of dynamite and amonium The truckload of ex plosives was set oif by a fire See Page 8 New Mother Carries Wrong Baby Home WARWICK young mother was given the wrong baby when she went home from a hospital Fri Shortly after Matthew Carson of Greenwood came home with an Infant she thought was her new Cathi two nurses rushed into the They brought with them tho true Cathi Jean nncl took the other bahy buck to Providence lyingin I was upset somothinp aw Carson At the hospital I just took the baby they gave me without any thought of a I didnt feel I had any reason to After the baby passed through three checkout Carson said Cathi Joan was her first She tins two young Harmon hospital said the mother was present when n nurse removed the babys identification t she did not check the heads because she did not be lieve there could be a Jordan said the nurse should have been more 8 Flung Changed News Secretary James Hagerty first announced that the President will meet with NATO officials In early Sep tember to discuss Important aspects of the current world sit uation of concern to the North Atlantic Treaty This which appar ently will tako place about will be with Joseph Netherlands Foreign Lu radar capable siles almost as soon leave their launching 000 miles as they pads nig last said the new device also could detect nuclear explosions at similar distances Hagerty a short timo Jater announced that Eisenhower would meet with Segni in o der to have discussions of cu rent world problems which F of mutual The announcement noted also and could be employed one o of clal vlslt thatyScgnl wm pay a wnf11 T the United Btatea beginning William J Thaler s t n sald old Navy sclent st In charge of would have the said the new radar could be developed into an operational defense warning sys tem aganlst ballistic missile at tack within a few Thnler would not where the experimental radar Is In stalled except that It la In the continental United He nswored no comment when asked if any Russian missile launchings had been The new device is called high frequency ionospheric back scat ter Its development UPI See Page 8 Push For Ban Segregation In Unions By BETTY FRVOK United Press International 8 A group of northern means thai Thaler has overcome Democrats said today they one long standing limitation of Would push for a ban radar that It can sec only in segregation in unions In any straight labor reform legislation In the His experimental by bounclnR radio waves off the Tncjr actlon could add a can see beyond the rights complication to the al horUson and In effect all the ready complex dispute over way to enemy missile launchlabor bill Ing areas across the Thc House opens debate on the device could reform legislation next detect a missile at any wtth the main fight between a the normal range of moderate bill drafted by its an intercontinental ballistic mishabor committee and a stronger slle la Imeasure backed by Republicans KILLED BY TRAIN OUlhern SOUTH 11 ofJThuraday New Mass was killed LaboP Committees measure as Tuesday by n freight train as too weak but the in was running from a trestle tlon propoaal as d atart where he had been a refll rcform law o lu ni f i i i A spokesman for the group of South Waling fled the of northcrn Dcmocrata SQfd they single track trestle moments would offor before the Rutland Railroad freight hit See Page 8 ommission V SHETLAND IS LANDS Johnson says the least the Queen could have done Is tell him shes ex pecting a One would have thought that those of wisdom who guide the Queen could have forseen this possibility and avoided all this said who Is the lown clerk of Trips Cancelled i Queen Elizabeth II was to QUEEN OFF FOR Elizabeth whose pr eghave visited the islands next nancy was walked her pet Corgi terrier outside a Lonweek and now has canceled the don rail station before boarding a train for a vacation stay at trip after all arrangements have Palace officials said the monarch is expected been made and invitations sent to give birth in January or AP Wirephoto louL It seems impossible we should have been allowed to make all these preparations then on the eve be told that it is all Johnstons face began to flush when he said he didnt really wish to comment on this so soon as naturally ones reac tions are very after this an other visit will be a matter of indifference as there could nev er be the same anticipation as on this People Disappointed Johnston declared the Shet lands have waited a long time for a royal years in SHREVEPORT 8 A threejudge federal panel had under study today a suit attacking constitutional ity of the civil rights com After a oneday hearing yes terday the panel said it would give both sides 10 daya to sub Its been that long since Irnit A de a reigning monarch set foot cision will not be handed down on these rockstrewn untilafter all briefs are I Claims UnionfiUtutlonui 1 1 rr rr I L 1 i t I Louisiana attorney general islands off Britains north Internal problems have now beset the islands Jack Gremlllion congressional act claimed the establishing Who will pay for all prepthe commission unconstitu aratlons tional i n delegating to the What will they do with all the Kroup authority to hold cxecu food and drink ordered live hearings and to decide if Queen Elizabeth II began aevidencc should be made pub cationlng today with her family hjc to recover from the strain of declared the commissions her Canadian tour and to rest rules of procedure are also un up for her third constitutional In that they The 33yearold Queen arrived deprive his 17 See Page fi North Louisiana voting offi of their rights to due process of Grenillllon filed suit on be half of the asking for n restraining order to prohibit the commission from question ing them in connection with complaints of racial discrimina tion against One of the panel of Federal District Judge Ben Dawklns granted the re straining order on July In his suit Gremlllion also asked the court to determine the le gality of the Government The federal rep resented by Attorney General Wilson claimud that the rights of wit nesses were protected by pro visions for them to have legal He aaid Gremillion re ferred to rights pertaining to criminal proceedings White asserted that the com mission was operating under constitutionally authorized dele gation of the power of congres sional investigating and it Is not subject to the guarantees required in crimin al UPI attorneys vowed to continue to fight against segre gated schools In HlllHborough County despite a federal judges refusal to order mass Integra Gonstance Baker NAACP attorney from New said an appeal will be mndc on the ruling handed down yesterday by Judge George Ordered Opened A group of negro parents had asked the Judge to order all schools in the county opened to Whitehurat that negro to resort parents would havo to administrative remedy in seeking admission for their children to white He called the NAACP suit a shotgun I In Whitehurst told ihe negroes they must follow the pupil placement law which allows parents to file re quests for reassignment if they are not satisfied with the boards original The law places the matter of school assignments entirely in the hands of local school Whitehurst admitted that all laws requiring segregation were but he said tho supreme court decision did not mean that federal district courts must force Admission Not Denied School board attorneys ar See Page 3   

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