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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - August 17, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Continued hot with scattered thunder Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 I 12 1 2 93 95 95 95 j 95 Complete Weal her Report on Market MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW YORK dull government quiet CHICAGO late scattered Corn heavier light to 50 cents higher top steers steady to 25 cents lower top LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESSAP TELEMATS 61 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Labor Bill Goes To Conference Passage Promised ft ft ft ft Sofons Push For Ike Help In Steel Strike NEW IT More senators were looking to the White House for help in settling the nationwide steel strike as joint negotiations were set here Talks between teams rep resenting the industry and the striking United Steelworkers of America recessed for the week end last Friday as the stoppage became a month There was no indication of progress to ward agreement on a new con Joseph director of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation is sitting in on the Resolution Due Two Republican senators an nounced they would introduce in the Senate today a resolution asking that President Eisen hower make public the facts about the strike that he pos Secretary of Labor James P Mitchell has been acting as Eisenhowers factfinder on the Jacob Javits RNY and George Aiken t said in a joint statement in Washington that their resolu tion would be a substitute for a pending resolution introduced by Stuart Symington D and signed by 32 othei Democratic In asking that the Presiden make public at once a repor by Javits and Aiken said such a move should b able to crystallize the weight o public opinion to bring about a settlement of the strike or in dicate what further steps may be taken to bring it Javits and Aiken said the proposal that tell the public just what Mitchell has determined to date as fact finder would omit the Syming ton resolution request that the President act as a mediator or make recommendations on settlement In a situation like the two GOP senators we need to find new techniques for asserting the public Public factfinding is such a They also said their proposal might avert use of the national emergency provisions of the TaftHartley which may be required if the steel industry stoppage continues much long The acting under he TaftHartley could ompel an end to the strike for 0 Javits and Aiken said they iclieve a White House statement vould carry prestige that should the They snid a While House re lort could prove the most ef ective way to reconcile the dif erences between the industry and because man agement are hopelessly at odds m the facts in the The two senators also said We do not believe the couri iry should wait until the emer gency calls for the TaftHartley but should get the facts The Symington resolution would call upon the President to summon representatives of the union and the industry to theWhite House and set a time limit for a negotiated settle The plan pointment of a board by the President If the deadline were not involves ap factfinding 18 Killed 2 Wrecks As Record Made 17 fP of Two cars smashed headon ast night in a rending crash that killed 11 a record oll for an automobile accident in Eight others were Injured In the two Six of the dead were adults and five were chil Three other persons were shaken They were in a third car that skidded into the wreckage eight miles east of Columbia on Highway One wrecked car was owned by Eddy of White and the other by LeRoy Wants Bank Aif ilate United States plans to propose establishment of a new affiliate of the World Bank to lend money to underdeveloped najtions at terms easier than those available from the World The proposal will be made formally at a meeting of the board of governors of the 68na tion world opening here The other nations are to be asked to join in the new venture to be known as the In ternational Development Assoc The Associations loans woulc be repayable in full or in part in local World Bank loans normally must be repaic in dollars the currency most i Civil Rights fay Bypass Committee By JOHN CHADWICK 17 nother Senate Judiciary Com littee meeting was called to ay to thresh out civil rights but Thomas C Hennings dismissed in advance as an exercise in He said he was pushing ahead ith plans to bypass the com litte and force the contro erial issue to a showdown in le With the Senate meeting two ours earlier than there as no assurance the committee ould even be able to Its ession was scheduled to start a alf hour after the The bjection of a single senator can lock committee meetings when ae Senate itself is in Southern Senators opposed to civil rights legislation du iOt say whether they woulc ake advantage of this rule to revent a committee But they showed no signs o elenting in their fa uccessful to keep all such measures bottled up udiciary commonly Secretary of the Treasury Robert Anderson heads Cabinet committee that outlin ed the official proposal in a weekend report to the Senate The report stems from a study recommended last year by the Senate at the suggestion of Sen Mike Monroney Anderson said there appear to be enough favorable reaction among World Bank members to warrant presenting the idea in resolution form to the bank board of Promoters License Taken NEW 17 The State Athletic Commission today suspended the promoter license of Rosensohn Enter and the match makers license of Bill Rosen Rosensohn promoted the Jun 26 heavyweight title fight a Yankee Stadium in whicl Swedens Ingemar Johansso won the world heavywelgh title by stopping defender Floy The commission and Dis Frank Hogans office hot are investigating the pro motional background of th fight in the 3aby Born Feel 17 IJP Suzanne Ector squalled int his world 10 days ahead o and feet over Missour Hugh of Ar gave birtt o the 4ounce girl in an airliner with the stewardes and two passengers as mid Officers struggled through the ight identify the vic Bodies and personal belong ngs were so tangled and scat ered it was Impossible to tell INVADERS OF HAITI SAID CUBANS ow many and who were in ach Identification Difficult The injured in Boone county lospital were either hurt too jadly or were too young to help vith by contacting relatives it Richmond and in he highway patrol began writ ng the casualty Tentatively identified as dead White Billy Junior Judy a Denny Ray o The injured at the Boone county hospital Included Thomp a woman and six At friends said and eight of their children had started to Louis on The crash occurred on a straight section of road in clear The highway patrol quoted a witness as saying one car went off on the swerved jack across the pavement and nit the other one Cars Demolished Motors of both cars were back into the front The Eddy car stopped on the shoulder and the Thompson car halted on the The third occupied by Jerome Pilot his wife and their bumped into the The Gantners were not Berglund of the highway patrol said the toll of 11 dead is the worst in the pa trols records for a twocar He said the Gantner car did not figure in the Berglund said a highway acci dent involving a truck carrying soldiers during World War II killed eight HITCHHIKERS HALTED Chief George Collier of suburban Eastwood Emergency Police questions George transient holding partially paralyzed son on McCausey said he and have hitchhiked rides from Michigan to California and back to Ten with father holding son In his Police picked them up In as McCausey was trying to catch ride along high way on way to Officials are holding child while checking McCauseys Juvenile authorities say David is paralyzed from waist down and is AP Wire photo Homeland Appeals To Ministers NAACP Attack New School Plan By JACK MARTIN LITTLE 17 f AP brand new weapon was unlimbered in the Little Rock school battle regated classes in an integrated School officials reschedule classes for Ann one of 700 white students at Hall so she wont have to sit with any of the negro girls who integrated Hall last Anns attorney John McLeod invoked a little noted state law to get segregat ed classes for his School officials agreed the passed with nhatch nf other CORSICANAS CITY PLANNING COMMISSION Killed Aug 17 UFI Police today were still trying to learn the cause of a twocar crash that killed seven people and seriously injured two The headon collision occurred shortly after midnight Police said one car apparently crossed into the wrong lane and skidded 127 feet before the The accident happened on a Police said the car that Editors note Following Is one of a series of articles explaining the duties and functions of the City Planning Commission recently appointed by the city By BETTY JEAN CLAY Daily Sun Staff As noted in previous the master plan up on instructions from the city arn concerning themselves first with the prepa ration of a traffic throughfare and parking needs analysis and the establishment of zoning clas Upon completion of the basic research by Homer Hunter and Robert Hollin as previously the consultants will prepare the text of a compre hensive zoning ordinance for the city which will provide ap propriate uses and restrictions that will pro mote stable property values and create desirable neighborhoods for all types of land Zoning Map The zoning map will be pre pared based upon the land use requirements of the community as determined by an analysis ol present land utilization and the made concerning the possible ourses of action to be follow d in these Chairman Elliott Mlddlelon if the City Planning and Zon ng Commission joined with the consultants in emphasizing that zoning seeks to stabilize and not to destroy Its pur ose is positive and construc not Support Essential They pointed out that like See Page 10 needs of the From CLAIM TKUJILLO CONSPIRACY Bearded Fidel Castro smiles happily as he con fers with beardless aides he credits with infil trating and smashing a Trujillo plot against Major Eloy Gutierrez ant Major William of are credited with exposing the plot which led to capture of armsladen plane and AP Wirephoto he land use survey and field areas needing spec al attention will be delineated recommendations be segregation measures in the 19158 special The law saysno stuvnt can be forced to set in the same classroom with a person of another NAACP To Fight An attorney for the Nation al Association for the Advance ment of Colored Wiley Branton of Pine said the NAACP would go to court to fight any attempt to scgregaU negro students in He said the Supreme Court had Uled in an Oklahoma case that a once admitted to an ntegrated could not be segregated within the School Board Secretary Ted Lamb said McLeods request was the only one received so He said he hoped not many others would By STANFORD BRADS1LMV ti protested to the InterAmeri can Foreign Ministers Confer ence today against the invasion of that negro republic by a small band of Believed Cubans The Haitian delegation said the who terrorized a village after landing are believed to have come from Haitian troops are hunt ing This was the first case of vio lence formally brought to the attention of the call ed to discuss Caribbean Haitis foreign Louis delivered the protest to Foreign Minister German Ver gara Donose of chairman of the The Haitian may be referred to the Organi zation of American States In stead of being taken up formal ly by the Their meeting is scheduled to wind up Said Victim Mars declared Haiti is the victim of aggression whose manifest objective is to alter public order and menace the stability of a constitutional gov His complaint noted that about 30 men with long beards and green who were possibly Cuban had landed on Haitis south Cuban Premier Fidel Castros brother Raul was due in Santigo Johnson Assures Legislation Due The Senate to clay sent the House and Senatepassed labor control bills to conference with the House after repeated assurances from Democratic leaders that such leg islation would be enacted this Republicans did not press their demands to vote on accepting the House measure without a con although Karl Mundt ex pressed fear of a deadlock which might result in no bill or passage of the milder Senate Johnsons Motion Senate Democratic Leader Johnson If using everybody thia Insisted on it certainly most problems of social control planning would not be fully im lemented without public sane ion in the form of Zoning is perhaps the most im portant of the powers granted a city to promote the general welfare of the both as a social control device and in ts wide effects on land they pointed The proper function of zoning s first to control the use of and and second to regulate the sizeand shape of buildings and their elation to each as the word describes area within which these con rols are Use regula allocated to each major ype of activity land which is sufficient and appropriate for that Under this arrangement dis tricts given to heavy industrial uses are segregated from com mercial resi dential districts are protected from invasion by commercial and industry and the district established for one type of resi dential use is separated from other types and densities of Hunter and Hollin pointed out that land population density and height of buildings are prescribed for each zoning The limits impos ed prevent congestion and main tain needed and open space It is equally important they that these limits on density of development should tend to lessen the congestion of vehicular By these con zoning regulations tect the desirable character of development in each district stabilize real estate values and the community tax and as sure the most economical pro vision of municipal services anc Changes Difficult It was noted at this point by the consultants that the prob lem of changing an existing zon ing plan and ordinance is much See Page 2 would be a Laml But I think most people want to cooperate with the school board and we oxpcct that McLeod invited olheiparents to take advantage of the which has not yet had a court as the foreign ministers of Latin and the details of com promise plan to calm the School District Votes Tuesday Tax Procedure Corsicana independent school district property owners Tues day will vote on a bond as sumption and tax rale This election is required as a result of the recent annexation of the Pottys Chapel school dis trict to the Corsicana The balloting is to give the Corsicana district the right to collect taxes in the new area and spread the bonded Indebt edness of the combined district over the entire Dana Corsicana su states the ap nroval of the two proposals vlll not give the Corsicana board authority to collect more or set a higher rate than rescnty Each time a new territory is added to a school it is to maintenance tax for the entire district must be along with the bonded One election box will be avail able for the entire Lhe county courtroom at the The polls open at 8 and close at 7 See Page 10 Nation Nourns Sudden Death FISHERS UP President Elsenhower led the nation today in mourning the death of Fleet William Ruin f died here Sunday of a heart attack while vaca He gained fame as the ad miral who chased the Japanese fleet to its death in the Pacific in World War who heard the news of Halseys death at Lyndon Johnson of Texas made the motion to send the bill to It was adopted by voice Johnson said he is willing to stay in Washington until when the 1960 session will if necessary to make sure that a labor regulation bill is John Kennedy CD author of the Senate bill who will head the Senate con backed up say ing there Is going to be a bill this Johnson explained he had agreements with all concerned that an effort would be made for a reasonable time to work out a compromise with the If this cannot be he Kennedy will return to the Senate and ask for instructions as to how to If by somd chancehe should not do other Senators could move to dis charge the Johnson Wants Definitions Senate GOP leader Everett Dlrksen of who also will be one of the asked for a definition of reasonable explaining he would in 1 of Hall is one of two high schools integrated last week when pub lic schools opened for the first time since Orval Ftiubus closed them after the bitter 1957 integration The three negro girls at Hall are Effie Elsie Rob inson and Estella bolh Jefferson is the only nogro at Central scene of the 1907 battle when Faubus used National Guards men to keep the negroes The guard was later federaliznd and President Eisenhower sent in paratroopers to enforce In Thomas Is one of the negroes nvolved in the 1957 attempt at The reaction of segregation sts this time has been much although Everett Tuck er school board yesterday that the board had jeen harrassed by negro lead segregationists and the ederal The only direct clash be tween segregationists and or from the citycounty Pupils Must Take Shots Parents of children entering the first grade in the Corsicana schools were reminded Monday by Dana superintend that they must have shots for whooping cough and polio be fore being admitted to Proof of vaccination must by signed by a The immunizations can be se cured from the family physi said he had lost a warm personal and the nation one of its great natural His great personal contribu tion to the successful campaigns in the Pacific and the exploits of the forces under his com mand are a brilliant part of American military said One of Four Only four men have held the title of fleet admiral a life Halseys death leaves Chester Nlmitz as the only one At Berkeley Nimitz said that Halsey has left for all of us a shin ing example of courage and Halsey was born In the son of a ship He was never an outstanding but managed to enter and played fullback on the football On gradua tion In the yearbook call ed him a real old When Halsey took command of Navy forces in the South Pacific In the tide of war was running heavily in favor of His daring made the shoe string fleet a telling Us motto was simple Hit hit fust and hit Only a few months after tak ng he led his forces deep into the Pacific for a strike at the Marshall and Gil bert the first big naval offensive of tho Repeatedly hn scored against superior enemy We get away with he once explain Because we violate all traditional rules of naval war Icrpretthat to be by Friday of tola But Kennedy said ho believed It would be some time next week before the Senate delegation could reach the conclusion It was not possible work out agreement with the Johnson had voiced to report ers earlier in the day belief that the SenateHouse conferees will manage to agree on a strong and reasonable labor reform bill and that Congress will pass it at this See Page 10 health Lc We do the exact opposite of whnt they expect us to Most whatever we we do Controlled Pacific Finally his forces gained con See Pago Doctor Says He Has Chance To Recover Serum Flight Saves Cobra Victim 4 tootlong Indian cobra bit an employe of a reptile garden near here He may live because of a dramatic flight from The Coast Guard and the Air Force flew anticobra serum from Miami to Joseph William was The serum was administered six hours A single drop of cobra venom can be Usually It takes only four hours to said Wil liam operator of the Miami On Thumb But the cobras fangs pierced a sack of heavy material before they hit White on a The bag apparently absorbed some of the A hospital attendant said who has been bitten about 100 times by nonpoison ous snakes during his four years at the reptile remarked as the serum was I knew all the time Id be Satisfactory A few minutes after DuMont said Whites condition was He has a chance to said I think hell be After White was a tele phone call was made to the Ml New Series Of Rockets Are Launched 17 United States launched the first in a series of new Nike Asp research rockets It left a yelloworange cloud that was visible over much of tho Eastern The rocket was fired from tho National Aeronautics and Spaco Administration station at Wai ops Island on Vlrglnlai East ern Shore and emitted a 100 mile sodium vapor trial begin ning at an altitude of about 50 It was topped by tho large cloud that was yellow orange in Objectives NASA said the rocket had two objectives To determine wind direc tion and velocity over the wide range covered by the trial and To measure diffusion or the rate at which matter spreads out in the upper Weather bureaus from New York to Virginia had received telephone calls early this morn ing from people who had spot ted the strange The roc ket wns launched at and its trial and cloudy were visible about 30 County Siens Elevator Deal Contract for construction of the elevator at the Navarro county courthouse was signed y members of the commission ers court Monday Meeting in called tha members signed the contract with the Barsh company of the general who will be responsible for the entire though the Otis Elevator had the low bid for the elevator These were the two low bid ders In the contracts submitted to the court on two and as finally accepted ami Fllnchpaugh said It was the only source of anticobra scrum in the United The serum is made In While Air Force Lieutenants James Ahmann of See Page 10 A definite date for beginning of construction on the elevator has not been but it is ex pected The general contract by Barsh amounted to while the elevator contract by Otis total ed The entire contract totaled   

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