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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - August 15, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Sunday with scattered thunder showers not much change in Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 I 12 1 2 77 1 80 83 1 86 89 91 93 Complete Weather Report on Market HlHomtoftht DailySunandStmiWMkly Morni LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE Most Securities and Commodities Markets Are Closed on 60 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Labor ReguMions Bill Due Conference Monday SCHOOL DAY walks from the school grounds at Central High after ending his second day at the integrated There were no AP Wlrcpho to Castro Blames Officials w By HAROLD MILKS HAVANA UP Fidel Castro w today accused American of ficials of aiding conspirators against Cubas revolutionary The bearded Premier was in an alternating angry and laugh ing mood as he appeared before a nationwide television audience to tell how the counterrevolu tionary plot was Denounces Dominican Castro denounced Dominican Republic strongman General issimo Trujillo as the financial boss of all those are plotting against He also sharply criticized the United charging war criminals who had taken refuge there were permitted to do as they He declared airplanes based In Miami have made repeated flights to Cuba dropping anti government leaflets and pick ing up war Castro claimed American officials could have stopped such flights if they wanted The revolutionary chieftain called the InterAmerican For eign Ministers be ing held in to 4 deal with the Caribbean a He ridiculed a program put 209 Oil Wells Weeks Record AUSTIN 1P1 The Railroad Commission said Saturday 209 oil and 23 gas wells were com pleted the past seven days in This upped the year totals to oil and gas comple compared to and 457 last There were 118 dry In unproven 11 oil and 2 gas wildcats were brought in to increase the number to 293 and 42 for the This compared to 253 and 48 last Seventy five attempts proved Total wells plugged are be hind last years The 200 plugged the past week increase the 1959 total to The total average calendar day oil allowable showed a 300 barrel increase over last as it hit before the conference by Secretary of State Christian Herter for easing Castro said Herter talks about expeditions that come and go of talking about Latin Americas economic about the hunger of babies in our Herter had told the Santiago meeting that some of the recent invasions in the Carib bean area were organized in other countries with the know ledge and consent of officials whose governments had promis ed to impede such Herter did not mention Cuba But took part in recent abortive in vasions of Panama and the Dominican Castro denounced Trujillo as the mastermind behind Carib bean Steelworkers Said Ready To End Strike 15 UP The Detroit News reported to day and union representa tives quickly denied that Unit ed Steelworkers are ready to end their monthold strike for a 12 cent hourly wage Labor writer Asher quoting top union sources in the wake of a Detroit visit by steelworker president David said the union was ready to entertain a 12offer as a minimum settlement of contract Lauren neither McDonald nor Thomas Detroit district representative of the would con firm the 12cent Shane told other newsmen to day there is no substance to the News report and termed it completely At a spokesman for McDonald declared there was absolutely no truth to the 12cent settlement McDonald emphasized yester day there is no offer of any knd from either side on the bargain ing table at adding The slate is clean as far as offers are He told how an working as an undercover agent for lured Trujillo into thinking he was one of the anti Castro conspirators and helped break the plot against his William Morgan of a major in the Cuban sat grinning in the TV audience as Castro explained how he had convinced Trujillo that he was an adventurer who would do anything for How Plot Broken Castro described how Morgan brought a boatload of arms from the Dominican Republic and lots of money The was previously import ed to have turned on the con spirators when the boat reach ed Cuban If we could have kept our plans against the conspirators secret for another 15 days we could have captured not onlj all the war criminals but Tru jillo and his army as Castro said laughing Castro reported there had been four arms shipments to his enemies in Cuba one from the United States and three See Page 8 Religions Group Terms 15 AP Seven members of an under ground religious group in the Chuvash Autonomous Repub lic on the Volga have Been sen tenced to prison for agitating Soviet the newspaper Soviet Russia reported The sect listed as Fa ther urged his fol lowers to abandon collective banned participation in elections and the dis couraged membership in trade unions and the Communist Youth regarded mlli tary service as a sin and con demned the acceptance of So viet the paper said They went so far as to dis suade boys and girls from mar rying at the same time as they arranged orgies among them the paper The length of the prison terms were not 15 hoses and squads of po ice broke up a negro district melee touched off early today vhen detectives searching for a strongarm bandit attempted o question a Several persons were injured ilightly and a dozen were jrought to police Some 200 to 300 persons mill ed about in the Two policement were hit by Police said persons in he crowd threw stones and bot les at police in a dozen squad cars sent to the scene about 1 Several persons were reated at a hospital and re eased Identification Asked Police said the trouble start ed when the two detectives ask ed a man for identification and he When they attempt ed to take the man to head quarters his friends came to ils As the crowd police called for reinforcements and finally a fire Hose streams were played on the crowd breaking it Police Arthur Hulteen said eight of a dozen persons brought in were being held without He identified one as Robert a Hulteen said Price could not show a draft Strength Is Hope Nixon CHICAGO CrP A position of strength offers Americas greatest hope for reaching agreements with the Soviet Vice President Richard Strength is the only thing the Russian leaders under Nixon I mean military When one side s more strength than the you get ultimatums that could lead to Only Hope The vice president said his recent tour of the Soviet Union and Poland has convinced him the only hope for progress to ward world peace is for the United States to deal from a position of strength at any fu ture summit in Chicago for Friday nights College AllStar foot ball game with the Baltimore expressed his views at a press conference and at an in formal talk to the Football riters of in a television pro gram recorded in Washington for New York stations in ad vance of his trip to said Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev believes the United States is sinking eco nomically and split over foreign Cause of Peace He said Khrushchevs forth cumlrj visit to America will be worthwhile if it removes his miscalculation about strength and The net he could advance the cause of Nixon said the Soviets repeat edly ad asked him Why is the United States so heavily armed Why do you have your bases abroad And I told them simply and because a good offense is the best I told them our of overseas bases and the tremendous ef fort we are putting into arms production is the result of the Soviet Unions actions in Korea a1 in the Berlin blockade and elsewhere in the world where its power was threatening the free I told the Russians that we believe the best way to see that this threat doesnt materialize is to have offensive I told them that only an ag gressor nation need fear any thing from the United States or her allies in the world to The vice visiting here as a football acted lik a presidential Too Early Politics But he told a reporter it is too early to discuss candidates foi national office in From the time of his arriva Friday morning he began shak ing hands airport porters small reporters and every passerby within He made an appearance at a public restaur a for dinner before leaving for the football He foum time to shake the hands i diners who came to his After the game he went to the AllSta dressing room shook hands with each of the 49 players who were in spirits after losing to the Colts Then hn left for a late sup per party at a loop hotel and shook more hands until leaving after midnight for his hole Nixon arranged to fly to Cleveland and then motor to for SoapBox the annua ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Negroes Foil Arrest ffort School District Vote Tuesday FRONT 15 test of this northern Virginia communitys sentiment on desegregation may come to day as biracial registration continues at predominantly white Warren County High Eleven negroes and 65 white youngsters signed up for the 195960 session yesterday as the two races appeared together on the school grounds for the firsl time since the segregation con troversy began last House Passes Navarro Hills Fund Measure House Friday passed a compromise public works appro priation bill carrying About is included for Texas including for the Navarro Mills House action came on a voice The bill now goes to the which is expected to act The buly of the money will go to the Army Engineers and the Reclamation Bureau to build and maintain flood power and reclamation Funds al so are included for various fed eral power Earthquake Hits Formosa 15 IP strong earthquake struck the southern tip of Formosa to knocking down houses and killing at least 14 po lice First reports had put the number of dead at the num ber of houses collapsed at 515 with 661 houses But police said these reports were Officials listed 70 houses raz ed and 48 badly Southern Formosa still is emerging from the paralyzing effects of caused by torrential that struck last taking hundreds of By BETTY JEAN CLAY Daily Sun Staff No comprehensive city plan can be approached either here n Corsicana or the new City Planning and Zoning Commission has been advised by the until basic planning surveys which provide necessary information have been The consultants drawing up Corsicanas master Hom er Hunter and Robert Hollin of have been gathering this vitally needed data through surveys broken down into these five classifications Physical Social Economic Financial and Logical Guide Tost As noted in a previous a comprehensive plan is simply a logical guidepost for the most orderly future development of a and a major objective Is that of providing desirable liv CORSICANAS CITY PLANNING COMMISSION Editors note Following is one of a scries of articles explaining the duties and functions of the City Planning Commission recently appointed by the city Balloon Try Failure But Eventful Day By The Associated Press The United States had its busiest day of rocketry Fridaj since It began reaching for But the main effort fail attempt to send a 12 foot Inflatable balloon into or The Juno II rocket roared spaceward from Cape Canaver bearing the unusual Its three stages ignited but the last one apparently went in the wrong direction and carried thp satellite back Into the earths Titan Failure Another failure was a giant Titan missile that blew up on Its launching pad at the Cape earlier in the On the plus side at Cape Ca naveral was a successful launching of a Polaris missile from a threemillion dollar ma chine that simulates the mo tion of a submarine at The weapon is designed to be fired from a sub anywhere in the At Vandenberg Air Force a British Air Force training crew successfully a Thor mis the kind being set up at bases in In Air Force planes equipped with dangling trapeze devices tried to snare a capsule returning to earth from the satellite Discoverer which was fired into orbit Thursday from the West Coast They failed to get any sight of the fio Sign Capsule Surface vessels also combed the sea north of the Hawaiian See Page 4 ng conditions for the citizens of he As to the five he physical aspect covers geographic relation na land transit and transportation facili See Page 4 Caribbean Area Solution Hoped Near By STANFORD BRADSHAW Chile eign ministers of 22Western Hemisphere nations today began putting into shape recommenda tions they hope will quiet the politically turbulent Caribbean Despite public expressions of confidence that the conference will reach unanimous conclu there are strong differ ences to be ironed After three days of some times stormy arly between Cuban and Domi nican these possi bilities for final action are Sing A declaration of Santiago that would recapitulate anc perhaps advance hemispheric principles such as noninterven representa tive democracy and human A statement recognizing the importance of economic develop ment as a factor in political stability and growth of the Establishment of some type of committee to watch over the Caribbean area and perhaps pare studies for technical im provements in the interAmeri can system for presentation to next years InterAmerican Con ference at The United States has sug gested the Council of the Orga nization of American States ap point the But Cuba appears opposed to It and Vene zuela has rejected such a move Ike Refers Negro Appeal General 15 AP President Elsenhowei today referred to Gen William Rogers the appeal of an Arkansas negro leadci for The White House declined to comment on the request fron Daisy state presi dent of the National Association for the Advancement of Color ed pending a report from Bates appealed to the President by telecrnm Thurs day after Arkansas state police arrested her personal body tjuard and two other negroes on charges of having Bates said this left hei defenseless before those who constantly threaten our Eligible voters in the Corsi ana Independent School Dis rict will go to the polls next Tuesday to vote on a bond as umption and tax rate The usually consider ed just a is required due to the recent annexation Pettys Chapel school dis Approval of the two proposals vould give the Corsicana ctis or its authority to collect taxes in the territory hat has been and spreads he bonded indebtedness over the entire Dana Williams explain ed Saturday that approval of the proposals would not give the school board authority to cUlcct more taxes or set a high er tax rate than presently al Williams explained that each time new territory is added to a school or the boun dary linos are the tax for the entire has to be bring ng the maintenance tax and bonded Indebtedness over the entire According to the superintend the election is the same O as last 25 following the annexation of the Roane school district to the Corsi cana If a proposal to annex a por tion of the old Emhouse school now In the Blooming Grove to the Corsi cana is still an other type of election to Williams explained Two propositions will be put to the voters on the ballot Proposition For Maintenance Tax or Against Maintenance Tax Proposition For the Assumption of Indebtedness and See Page 4 Most Vet Amendments Are Accepted House has accepted all but one Senate amendment to a veterans pension bill that will add 10 billion dollars to the cost of the program over the next 40 The by a 22G34 yesterday accepted the Senate version of the bill with this ex ception It threw out n provi lon that would have given vet erans who served since 1940 nn other oneyear chance to pet in on National Service Life In The House was betting that the Senate wouldnt fight for the insurance amendment and would send the bill Immediately to President The President Is against the but the House vote and the 306 Senate vote both are well over the twothirds majority needed to pass it over his The bill originally was passed by the At the time it was presented as saving 12 bil lions by the year 2000 by In stituting a sliding pension scale based on But after House it was disclosed that another pro See MOST Page 4 New Glue May Eliminate Dental Plates In Final Stand By FRANK CAREY Associated Science Writer 15 of a tooth glue that might eventually eliminate the need for dental plates and bridges was reported today by Navy medical Other possibilities Take a tooth fill glue it back in extract teeth that need glue them back in neat order perhaps re pair broken Experiment Experiments with dogs in dicate that after a tooth is the original tooth or an artificial substitute can be re inserted In the socket with the new cementing Thomas Canty de scribed the He Is director of the Prosthetlcs Re search Laboratories of the Navy Hospital at where the research la under Is in Washington to re on the development to high Navy officials in an Canty said a dog now sports a tooth that was glued in about a year The doctor said the pooch was able to eat the day after the dental glue The researcher stressed that no dental glue studies have yet been made on nor Is the Navy making any claims that the technique will work on But he added the animal work looks very promising foi possible human Plate Eliminations If the technique should prove successful in he you could have a full set of teeth extracted and then re place them with synthetic or teeth from a tissue which could be secured in the jaw without need for the usual denture plate which Is un comfortable for some It also should he less expensive A tooth requiring a filling could be taken am then In the you might need to have your teeth Such teeth could be extracted and re aligned In their He said the glue is actually made of materials that go to make up human bone Includ ing phosphorus and The basic material is form but a resinous polyester material is added tc convert it to a Certain catalysts are also added to maki t material set quickly afte 1 tooth is Imbedded in The glue serves to hold tin tooth firmly until natural bom ultlmates grows around th tooth and grasps it permanently Canty said the same materia also shows experimental pro mlse for the quick repair o bone fractures in man and DEAD STAN FOUND 35yearold Ashe believed drowned In a Georgia swamp last June and mourned at mem orial was located in Ir Pettis told police lie disappeared after overturn ing his boat while on a fishing trip near to get away from it He was the object of one of the biggest searches In Pettis is being held on a felony warrant believed to be for abandonment of his wife and four AP Wirephoto Hits Attempts To 13 17yearold youth arrested after 11 shots were fired last night by police who said he struck an officer with his auto attempted to run him down and then struck 16 parked Police Joseph Saia of tho Brighton District book Charles South See Report Rain In Most Parts Of County Summer showers that fell on parts of Navarro county late Friday afternoon were relative ly and caused no dam according to a survey of the Kerens wag the only county to miss the Corsicanas official govern ment gauge recorded inch of though in other sec ions of the residents said more than that Frost reported a half Inch of while its neighbor to the reported very little and Blooming jrove sources said only a light shower Richland reported a halfInch of At Lake the gauge recorded inch of while at Rice they got about a half inch of Powell that only a lit tin bit of rnln fell No high winds or damage were LABOR BILL SPONSORS Phi M Landrum and Robert Griff la con fldently make victory signs after the labor reform bill they In troduced received a vote of approval In the A formal vote and passage of the backed by President is If differences between the House and Senate labor bills will have to be resolved by a joint committee of the legislative AP Wirephoto COULD MEAN DEATH FOR THIS SESSION Senators In Differences On Some Issues By JOE HALL WASHINGTON Senate Republican Leader Everett Dirksen said today he vas certain the labor regulation lll would be sent to by the Senate early next Some Republican senators have urged that a move be made to accept the more strin gent house and send it di rectly to the White But Dirkson told a reporter le did not think the votes were available for success in such an He said it might be a mistake in tactics In that it vould be a challenge to the perogatlves of the Senate lead and thus might solidify all Democrats including the Southerners against the move bypass a Barry Gold water senior Republican on tho Senate Labor also said he did not think it would e wise to make such an at The Senate Is expected to act on sending the bill to ence Monday or Sam Ervin coauthor of the Senate said he feared that sending the bill to conference night end any chance for ation this Other senators Interested the measure have said they were confident a conference would able to agree on a compromise bill before John Kennedy D chief author of the ate said be believed House approval of the toughest of tho three bills before It ateHouse agreement difficult But Kennedy added he consid ered It the duty of Congress to get a bill this Ervin said he was willing to agree with other sponsors of he legislation that there were many areas in which the House bill and Senate bills are very These Include the sections on public financial reporting regu atlon of control of bill of and banning convicted criminals from serving as union Key differences are in the TaftHartley law The House bill has much broader secondary boycott and organiza picketing sections than tho Senate On the called no mans land there is a wide The Senate bill has more far reaching provisions than the House version in some For the criminal pen alties for violation of the bill of rights would be Members of tho Senate Labor subcommittee which originally worked on the legislation are expected to be named the Sen ate These would be Kenne Wayne Morse Pat McNamara Jennings Randolph Gold Dirksen and Winston Prouty All of these four Democrats supported tho original Kennedy bill and opposed some of tho amendments adopted on the floor to make it more restric All three Republicans could be expected to support most provisions of the House The House conferees named Friday Included five supporters of the bill finally adopted by hat and two members who backed the milder Labor Just Wait Until Mom Gets Home NEW YORK UP Wil liam Morris had Just finished paying a 555 fine for her 18 son who was convicted Friday for driving without a license and going through a Morris turned to her ion and slapped him said Brooklyn fie Court Magistrate Charles that calls for a duction In the Thats said collecting the wait till I get him Attacking Bat Proves Rabid HOUSTON UP The cltyl laboratory said Friday a ball which bit a youth here The flying mammal nipped Larry son of MrJ and Wednes day night as he and two friend rode In an   

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