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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - August 14, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Saturday with scattered thunder showers no important temperature Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 86 89 i 91 88 89 Complete Weather Report en Market Daily SunandStpiiWefkly Mori LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESSAP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er selective govern ments trade and New Orleans CHICAGO Slightly higher export er processor scatter ed to 25 cents high er top steers steady top 59 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS House Passes Strong Labor Controls Measure ft ft ft ft Faubus Is Ready To Intervene At Little Rock EISENHOWER PLEA BY NAACP Board Continues HalfDay Plan For Two Weeks LITTLE 14 Orval Faubus said he was ready to call on the state police and Arkan sas National Guard in the school integration situation if neces Faubus announcement came as three negro students entered Hall High School peacefully for the third day of token integra tion in two of Little Rocks four public high at a hastily called news did not say under what circumstances he would call on the state police and National Faubus Thursday was accus ed by Daisy State President of the National Assn for the Advancement of ed with using the state police to try to intimidate the NAACP Bates sent a telegram to President Eisenhower her pleas for protection had been ignored by local authori ties and that friends who had guarded her had been arrested The three negro Effie Estella Thompson and Elsie were hardly no ticed when they walked into Only about 10 policemen were on hand and a few news No spectators were around the Presid ent Eisenhower had not answered Bates telegram See LITTLE Page 5 Solon Waiches Savage Negro Bobbery Gang 14 UP Charles Diggs D told today of seeing six negro youths pounce on a pe like a pack of wolves in a robbery last a negro congressma from said the inciden showed a need for greater socia responsibility by the negro com He said he was driving a group of friends to the airpor when he witnessed the attac about We saw a man on the groun being beaten and The were right under a street He said he stopped his auto mobile and backed W yelled at them to stop Digg They then ran across th street cursing at Diggs said he drove alon slowly and saw the youths d viding money taken from the he a cou pie of one with a knife came toward us and we drov Seize ArmsLaden Dominican Plane Paralytic Polio Increases DEATH huge truck and trailer lies on the San Bernardino Freeway in Los Angeles after it plunged through the guard rail upper left of an offramp as it rounded the The driver was killed and two other persons received minor The loaded with landed between vehicles on the crowded blocking traffic for an The cab of the truck missed a car below Fickett sign driven by Toshiyoshi Oni by an Oni is an aviation expert recently brought to the S from AP Wirephoto Study Broad Rights Measure WP Thomas Hennings D succeeded today in getting a broad eightpoint civil rights bill into consideration at a ate judiciary committee The development in the clos eddoor session was first report ed by Alexander Wiley R Then Everett Dirksen the Senate Republican also told newsmen Hen nings had managed to present his Asked whether he felt he could vote for the proposal In its en Dirksen said he would have to study the language be fore It includes new matter that goes well beyond anything the administration has Dirksen Before Hennings the committee turned down a move to let the civil rights commission die next Todays session was regarded as marking a decisive point in the battle over civil rights legis lation at this session of Con Committee Chairman James Eastland and other See RIGHTS Page 5 Hike Interest 14 The Agriculture Department announced today the Interest rate on its farm ownership soil Community Chest Requests Trimmed away to call Those boys were just a pack of You hear about things like but you water conservation practices will be raised from 4 12 to 5 per cent a The change will be effective Fire was allocated an increase of over but less than the it The Ne See Page Page 2 An economyconscious budget committee Thursday night used a sharp pencil to whittle down fund requests from the 11 Com munity Chest supported agencies from the total asking of for their 1960 operations to The approved appropria tions were under what the agencies had been given to operate on during this Meeting in the hotel Green Room with Chest President Floyd Smith heading the budget committee members Herb Johnson and cam paign cochairmen Lloyd Carra Rip Hoyt Moore and Dean assist ed by execu tive took up the 1960 budget requests of each agency Get Increases Only agencies were grant increases i over what they re ceived two were cut be low and the remainding seven were given the same ap propriatioi for 1960 they re ceived thif Bishop Blasts Freedom Lack n East Reich 1 Otto tiU ar head of the German Luthe an lashed out toda against infringements of pe sonal freedom in Communi East Bishop who is Lull eran bishop of Berlin and th 3ast German province HobberySlayings Thrill Man A husky former convict who told police he derived pleasure from killing was held today In three brutal robbery slayings which only netted him about If I had had more bullets I would have shot more 27yearold Francis Bloeth was quoted as Bloeth has a psychiatric rec ord dating back to early child He loved to strangle cats even as a it was and ly ing was second nature to The director of a correction al institution for youngsters In which Bloeth once had been said It was Impossible to do any thing with He once told us I get a thrill out of I love to Suffolk County John Cohalan said Bloeth nonchalantly admitted the wave slayings which struck terror throughout Long When newsmen asked Cohal an how Bloeth seemed to feel about it all the district attor ney replied Would you feel remorseful af ter swatting a mosquito Thats just the way he felt about The three victims were a delicatessen a coun terman in an allnight restau rant and the woman operator of another such The killings all took place during the quiet night hours and within a period of eight days beginning July Officers throughout Suffolk ft the eastern end of Long staged a frenzied manhunt un til Bloeth was taken into cus tody Monday in connection with an earlier S60 Fear that the wanton slayer would strike again led many business houses to close long before their normal Bloeth stadfastly denied any connection with the killings de spite mounting evidence against Authorities said he finally broke down and acknowledged them after two hours of plead ing from his I felt all along that he had done she told Despite her authorities Bloeth still balked at talk ing until police told him his wife would have to take a lie detector Afterward Bloeth was asked if she would stand by her I married him for befter or It was aaiother former con who vict and a put the fii Robert Bloeth the Tlj were Walsh saicl months agl has served time for was charged with al of Bloeth er on said he sold guns used In the first two slayings revolved which ie sold Bloeth six having of illegal possession The that of Irene CurriM 50yearold diner operator was done with L Walsh said he this weapon only four is before Currier illed Bloeth boil Cohalan said eight revolver bullets cue bullet for aj automatic even before he acquired the automat i Before of the Cohalan Bloeth lost four of the revolver Of the remaining Cohalan three were to kill Hans 54jearold delicates sen operator lit on July See Page 8 said it is pr a state to reg posterous for ment the individuals thoughts as he alleged is done in Ea He made the statement at rally of the fiveday Kirche biennial meeting Protestant The bishop said it was grote que that a state should curta the individuals right to travc This was an obvious referem to East Germanys virtual tr vcl ban on persons desiring attend the current Munic Two years ago East German allowed about of Its cit zens to attend the meeting This about were a lowed to cross the Iron Cu Freedom of man is the ca dinal point of our th bishop See Page 5 CORSICANAS CITY PLANNING COMMISSION Editors note Following s one of a series of articles xplainln the duties and unctions of the City rianning Commission recently appointed y the city By BKTTY JEAN CLAY Daily Sun Staff Corsieanas newly created City lanning which ecently has been enlarged in cope to include zoning matters nd in size to an authorized has for the past vo months been familiarizing self with the duties and func ons of such a Panel of Seven As originally the ommission has five members Admiral Says Subs Sunk Jy Own forces 14 ilanes And ships evink two ubmarlnes and damaged 31 oth ers in attacks resulting from alse or uncertain Identifica ion during World War Vice Charles Lock vood former chief of the Navys Pacific submarine fleet made the disclosure in an inter He said submarine Identifica lion is one of the Navys great Elliott Mlddleton as chair Elliott as vice Bob as and Herb ohnson and George Peckham as The city commission ecently passed an ordinance icreasing the panel to Ithough as yet Mayor heading has not appointed the inal two members for con irmation by the city commis and broadening its scope f work to Include zoning as oted Working with the planning zoning body are Homei lunter of Homer Hunter anc of and Robert Hollin also of Huntei s a consulting engineer anc Hollin is a consulting municipa Both have been cm iloyed by the city to prepare a master plan for Corsicana vith their first phases of work overing traffic and zoning slated Cor submission to the See Page 2 est adding making great strides We are in thi but we still have a long way to Lockwood identified the sunken vessels as the Do rado and the Sea He said the Sea Wolf was de stroyed by a plane and a destroyer north of New Guinea The submarine had aboard i jroup of civilians who were t join guerrilla forces In th he The Dorado was sunk by plane in the he salt There were no survivors ii either said Britons Admire Atom Sub Aug 14 commander of th said today this new est nuclear submarin went faster than any othe submarine has gone submerge and went deeper than any olhe sub at one stage of her recen transAtlantic 3 declined to reveal either the Laotians Defy Ambitions Of Red Neighbors WP Six thousand 1 Laotian roared defiance of Communis North Viet Nam today afte Prime Minister Phoui Sanan kone told thorn their Re neighbors intend to make u one of We are a small bu we cherish our Phoui told the demonstrator who marched through the street of Vientiane waving banner chanting and protesting the r cent infiltrations into Norther Laos by armed troops fron North Viet The Prime Minister announc ed that he is sending a mcs scngcr to New York today wit details of the Red activity fo UN Secretary General Da Phoui did no indicatethat he was asking fo See Page 8 Morocco Asks UNITED 14 asked today that the 1959 General Assembly de bate French plans to test atomic bombs in the Morocco is one of several African nations opposing use of the groat desert for such Mohammed charge 14 Reported paralytic polio cases umped by 33 per cent last week o the highest weekly re since September The Public Health Service aid the total included 15 in forth Carolina that shoulc ave been reported Through last Saturday there ad been paralytic cases isted this That comparec vith 668 in the similar period of and in the year Salk polio vaccine first became Surgeon General Leroy E Burney said the rise last week vas caused by a general in rease in a number of states ather than occurrence of an new major At least two more weeks c ncreasing reports are indicat Not since 1940 has the week y total shown a steady de crease until after the 33rd week of the In 10 years the turn come as late as the 37th o 38th The 245 paralytic cases las week compared with 183 in th See Page 8 NJC Calendar Of Events For Fall Semester Gaston deanrcgls trar of Navarro Junior College Friday released the calendar o events for the 195960 fall sem esler at the The calendar is 31 mens dormitory open to ath 1 womens dormitor open to 1 an cafeteria opens at 6 9 dormitories open t all faculty meeting 9 in the and de pnrtmenlal and staff meeting 1 1011 orientation of a freshmen from 9 until 14 registration sophomores from 9 unt 4 15 registration of a freshmen from 9 until Wednesday classe begin at 8 day for change in fall 30 last day for lal registration and official enroll ment count made for fall sem grade report due at 4 25 Thanksgiving holi days begin after last scheduled resume from 14 of Fidel Castros rmy tricked the crew of an rmsladen plane from the Dominican Republic Into land ng Thursday night at Trinidad Urport and seized it in a gun military authorities an ounced Four men two on each side reported The planes pilot was Col Antonio who ferried ex Dictator Fulgenclo Batista into exile in the Dominican Republic ast New Years He was vounded and taken Into custody ilong with the 7 other survivors f the 10 men Castro watched the A ew hours later he flew back to where he plans to tel he nation about tho conspiracy igainst his government by radii and TV A military spokesman her this account of the in cident In response to an appeal fo See Page 8 Utica Woman Clears Bizarre Mixup Victim 18 Christmas holidays begin after last scheduled dormitories closed and cafeteria losed after evening Classes begin submerged speed or the diving of the Moroccan dele Among those aboard the Skip jack as it arrived today from Northern was Barnnhy Sam bourne of the Royal who will skipper Britains first nu See Page 5 gave Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold a letter from his government requesting that the subject of atomic tests by the French government in tho Saraha be put on the agenda of the assemblys 14th session starting Tighten Santiago Security Two Jacksonville Women Employes Bank Shortage Over 14 UP women employes of a Jacksonville suspended af ter discovery of a short had a date to talk things over with William Steger State and federal banking au thorities Thursday confirmed the disappearance of the money from the Texas BankTrust one of two banks in tills East Texas city of It had been an open secret here three weeks that the bank had found a shortage but in surance would keep depositors from suffering any One source said the two wom en operated by manipulating dormant accounts those on which checks rarely were Indications were that the wom en worked together on the Neither lived but did live The money was taken during the past eight One wom an had worked for the bank 18 the other 15 bank said people had asked why the bank made no public We were advised by all supervising authorities to re frain from making any state ment until some action was Acker No charges have been filed and neither of the suspended employes was willing to discuss with reporters what became of the Under Texas publication of their names is prohibited unless a criminal complaint has been One of the two de scribed by Police Chief Sam In I dont know what to say Ive never been heck of a nice newsman I do not care to make a state Bolllnger as a told n trouble The other said I have nothing to 1 dont think its a public matter in any As soon as spokesmen for the Federal Deposit Insurance and the State Banking Department confirmed reports of a bank the Jackson vllle Daily Progress put out an extra with the Publisher Broiles said residents of this normally quic town bought more than 80 copies within an The suspended employes ar ranged to confer with Stege today In 28 miles north o Reporters were told 1 would be a private conference Bank Cashier Alvln Shattuclf See Page 2 By JAMT3S DEVLIN NEW Is this your husband Seymour Kroll of Utica peered intently at Sey mour Kroll of Brooklyn i Brooklyn felony court toda then shook her Definitely she Kroll breathed a sigh of re lief and He had been arrested Sunda on a warrant charging him wit abandonment of a wife and fou children In lOyeai who has a wife and child of his protested h was an innocent victim of iden tlcal He said he neve had heard of the Utica Mrs Kroll and never had been 1 Magistrate David Malbln dls missed the abandonment charg not only on the word of the Up Sec Page 8 Red Welcome Plans Shock 14 Francis Walter D said today he was shocke by the State Departments pn parations for welcoming Sovii Premier Nikita Khrushchev Walter is chairman of th House committee on unAmer can In a statemen in the Congressional Wa ter said it was unfortunate tha President Elsenhower had take it upon himself to play host 1 the chief tyrant of the Sovl colonial to extend to Mi Khrushchev the most elabora welcome this nation Is able 1 accord to any of Its guests Walter Is really addln Insult to RACKETS AND ABUSES ARE TARGETS Next Move Now Up To Senate Meany Critical 14 W House today passed and ent to the Senate a bill to urb racketeering and abuses n labormanagement The vote stamping House ap Toval on the controversial bill as Voting for the bill were 156 Democrats and 147 Republi Voting against it wera 22 Democrats and 3 RepublK The House action capped a najor legislative victory for who made a personal appeal to the nation for strong labor The House vote on passage iwamped northern and eastern Democrats who had backed less stringent labor curbs than tho resident The Housepassed bill oea back to the Senate for compromise with the differing version passed therelast The House on a 229201 rollcall vote had given all but the final approval to the measure A vote against recommitting the bill was f The next move be up to the Conceivably that body could adopt the Daniel Admits Special Session Possible In 60 Price Daniel said today a special session of the Legisla ture may be called in January or February to consider teach ers pay raises if the public wants It bad Unless some unforeseen emergency there will not be another special session of the Legislature this Dan iel told a news Whether a special session will be called early next year depends entirely upon public support which is evidenced for improving our public especially teachers and other Important unfinished Under the gov ernor said January or February will be tho time If a session is That Is tho same time tho Texas State Teachers and other teacher groups have said they want to put through some recommendations of the HaleAlkin Public School Study a pay Daniel agreed with the pow erful school lobbying group that only a part of tho pro gram should be enacted Tho TSTA wants at least 30 million dollars of tho 100 mil lion dollar a year See Pago 2 14 UP1 Security measures were tight ened today at the interAmeri can foreign ministers conference after a hot exchange between delegates of the Dominican Re public and Chilean police and security officers of tho Organization of American States OAS checked all credentials carefully when aides and newsmen fhowed up for tho morning No one was admitted without official OAS officials explained the tight security was aimed at pro moting But it seemed evident that it were prompted by Thursday nights tumultuous Before almost anyone could go in and out of the con ference room just by flashing an official The conference got back to The genera committee met to assign the 24 proposed resolutions to various study Secretary of State Christian Herter lunched with the loreign ministers of Mexico Brazil and Argentina to discuss conference He already las met with several others In The ministers of the 21 Ameri can Republics were turning their attention to a threepoint pro gram suggested by Herter for dealing with the current tension n the Groups of ministers began diS cussing the language for a reso lutlon setting up a temporary fireprevention committee pro posed by At the present time the organization of Ameri can states intervenes only at the request of a member In volved in a Hertera plan would establish a regular watchdog commltte to keep nn eye on tensions and respond im mediately to a crisis or the threat of Herter believes the though lacking police would have a calming Both Cuba and Venezuela have shown opposition to this But there were prospects of a compromise plan designed to keep the lid on the Caribbean the llth InterAmerican conference in next The tecrctary also urged an investigation of viciously hostile propaganda in the area he said was playing Into the hands of the The Caribbean tension ex ploded within the conference Thursday night when Cuban Foreign Minister Raul Roa accused the Dominican Republic of violating of the principle of nonintervention by waging a radio campaign against Fidel Castros revolutionary regime and by training antiCastro ex peditionarlcs to Invade Roa declared the counterrevo lutionary plot which his gov ernment says It recently un covered In Cuba was organized financed in Cludad tho Dominican Dominican Foreign Minister Porfirlo Herrera Baes jumped up and demanded an opportun ity to shouting Somebody here wants to muddy American waters Ilka But In this case it la not black ink but red ink that is used according to the dirtiest Several foreign ministers in tervened privately to calm down the antagonists after the session They reportedly got promises from both that they See Page 5   

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