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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - August 19, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER WEATHER cloudy and warm through Thursday no important temperature Thermometer Readings 8 I 9 10 I 11 12 1 3 85 I 91 I 93 95 95 I 96 96 Weather Report on Market of the MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW Low er late rally cuts Bonds Mixed gov ernments Irregular trade CHICAGO Higher scatter ed Narrowly mixed meager Narrowly mixed light Steady top Slaughter steers steady to 50 cents lower top 63 LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 1959 AP TELEMATS TWELVE PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS h M fr fr b b I b 1 ri b I I LITTLE 19 Token integration con tinued almost unnoticed at two Little Rock public high schools A few policemen kept watch as four negroes went to classes for the sixth day There was no evidence of Rockefeller Nixon hersf By JACK BELL 19 lot of people may be skept but Jacob Javits RNY says hes convinced Nelson Rockefeller hasnt made up his mind about Javits said Rockefellers fly ing trip to Washington Tues day was a mere scratchthesur face affair without too much political In the course of the Rockefeller talked with Presi dent Eisenhower and other gov ernment officials on civil de fense and met with GOP office holders both in Con gress and in the Some supporters of Vice Pres ident Richard Nixon thought the interest Rockefeller showed in primaries confirmed their belief that he already is a can didate though unannounced the 1960 Republican pres idential nomination Nixon NH Contest Styles Bridges with whom Rockefeller talked about next Marchs New Hamp shire left no doubt he thinks the governor is headed for a contest with Nixon in that But Javits said that if Rocke feller really was set to go after the he doesnt think the world long would remain in ignorance of the governors in VI well pnrl I sense that he is going through a period in he is trying to make up his Javits See Page 9 Carrier Blast Kills Two One In Helicopter QUONSET 19 seated in his f Helicopter aboard the Navy car rier was killed late yes terday when the engine explod A second Navy man appar ently was asphyxiated as he fought the resulting A score of other Navy men Suffered mostly but only one was seriously Another suffered a broken All the rest were back on their Jobs This was the report of Rear Robert Stroh as the ton carrier arrived in grim sil ence today at the Naval Air Station here where anxious rel atives awaited the big The Wasp was on maneuvers 250 miles off the Virginia coast when the blast Stroh said an investigation is being started to find out what went wrong with the suddenly racing helicopter The dead Jim Frank Hagan of and aviation apprentice Donald Howard Trask of The latter was trapped in an rievator pit as he battled the The fire destroyed three heli but the damage to the was confined to hanger bay the forward compart ment of three bays below the flight Aboard at the time were some civilian guests of the Secretary of the They were from but were not identified at Also aboard were four Brazil ian air officers and the Wasps compJement of The Brazilians were Jose Diequez an dthree majors Mario FJavio Gomes and Pompei They were on assignment attached to tho Wasp for six Texas Polio Up 58 Per Cent AUSTIN UP Paralytic polio cases were 58 per cent above the previous fiveyear average in Texas during the first week of month when the crippling disease greatest takes its The State Health Department reported 22 cases of paralytic polio during the week ending compared with an aver e of 14 for the same week Mluring the years The 22 cases brought the number of paralytic polio at tacks in the state this year to This is than the 132 30 per cent more cases reported at 111 ice Department as the proper ute with death appearing only seconds to nrobe alleged violaaway at was trapped in sliding the same time last The Little Rock board of di rectors backed up measures taken by police to quell a re cent flareup of segregationist The board said it could find no basis for segregationists charges that police used brutal ity and violated a constitutional right of peaceful assembly when they squelched an antiintegra tion demonstration Wednesday at Central High Acted Legally The sevenmember board said it felt officials acted legally to maintain order and protect life I OUT OF DEADLY wet and It referred comsand and cement clinging to his is plaints filed by two women I hoisted out of a deadly trap in a sand hopper segregationists to the Jusin New He was rescued after a 90min i i i authority to probe alleged tions of civil the board had re fused to involve itself in any manner with the integration Is But it drew segregationist criticism for ordering police to maintain order when schools The Rev Wesley Drainage continued to be a chaplain of the Capital Citizens Prime issue of interest of af retorted that the Jusfected citizens and the city gov tice Department was in league ernment again Tuesday at the with city police and that agents CltV Commission of the Federal Bureau of InTwo women from the 2800 vestigation donned police uni2900 block of West Second ave forms and helped repel Helms and returned to say No Reply they had about given up on the An FBI spokesman at Washhope of getting all of the 14 ington said he would not dignify families in a threeblock area Prudens statement with a reto go along on a plan to put in Justice Department officials curbs and gutters if the city will were not available for comment HI1 in the drainage ditch in but the department previously front of their homes where the rejected a request for an instate is widening the vestigation filed by a segregaThey reported that two families tionist have refused to participate in Four negroes attended two the cost of the and oncewhite schools for a fifth noted their drainage situation straight day There has become worse since the were no reported incidents outstreet was widened and the ditch side the schools and school ofhas been altered from a ficials said everything was quiet feathered terrain to a sharp ditch into which water empties Jefferson the only which drains from the Over negro enrolled in Central look materials as he descended 15 feet Into the eand hopper to get some large stones that had fallen into A shovel and bucket brigade saved using a strap to pull him He escaped in jury and wanted to stay on the job but was sent home to AP Wirephoto By TOM MADDOX WEST 19 wide ranging Western earthquake that its most devastating blows in a Montana vacation Dean Of Local Fluid Thrown On Labor Control Rites Friday said white students have ignor ed Thomas said three ne Owners Stymied They asked what they were gro girls who attend Hall to since they ap parently are stymied on getting full cooperation other property owners and their property Is being eroded away by the worsened drainage condi They asked why they should be expected to bear the burden of the full cost for con trolling an undesirable drainage See Page 9 Officer Dies Shot In Back Cousin Held Representative Believed Acid Frank Thompson D NJ today said a crank tossed a fluid which he believed was acid into his automobile as he drove to the Tho hurled from a passing panel burned a hole in Thompsons shirt and marred the pafnt on Ms Congressional associates said Thompson had a burn on his shoulder the size of a Thompson played a leading role In House consideration last week of a labor control as a backer of a Democratic sponsored measure opposed by most union The House first turned down a more limited measure and then passed a still more stringent bill than Thompson A source close to Thompson was quoted as reporting the congressman said ho had been getting anonymous threats over his labor bill In answering reporters attached no significance to the incident of tho He at tributed it to the work of a Police said Thompson told them it was possible he had angered the men in the truck by inadvertently cutting across path In A sample of the fluid was obtained from the side of Thompsons car and the FBI was testing it to determine what it Thompson made no public statement on the affair he was asked about a published q With Few Exceptions School Areas Will Be Same Notifications Due Murphy Attendance areas in the Cor condition which they contended sicana school district will be has been aggravated by water the sameas last year with the draining down on their area exception of Austin School and 42from a higher area above near the BryanDrane bue yearold Mississippi was shot City Manager Morgan Workspana ay 33yearold Vance Identified the man as Thomas a Jackson insurance company He said Gambrell told him only The gun was in my hand when he was Highway fatally ag a temporary solu that the city engineer draw for an attractive re 1 to prevent eroding front of their homes since have campaigned so dili gently for a year and a half to seek some improvement to the Asked More Time Commissioner Oscai it was revealed Wednesday by n Thomas Dyer First Cotton At Richland 19 Duckworth died at a hospital allowanc of a litt e more The first of 1B59 cotton to statement a efforfc tr to be brought in to Richland was persuae the remaining two grown by Thomas Dyer in the without making a Vance Vance said when Gambrell was arrested he wore worths belt and his own caliber and a large hunting knife and was holding Duckworths handcuffs in his Vance said Duckworth had been asked to locate Gambrell after friends reported he had been on a drinking property Duck lthe JJUCK gutter would enhance to come Pursjey area and was the curb and by the withrow gin at Richland He noted it each ownersl The 600pound bale is on dis and worn e n could becom to play in the lobby of the First their share of the City Attorney Don Fevehouse Duckworth and Patrolman a tax lmProvement lien Ernie Ray found car be assesaed against pro parked at the motel and Ducklperty except and unless they were exempt as home minutes lateri in which case the city ran out of the reentered could not collect Payment until the patrol car and told Ray the homesteads were drive me to the hospital Commissioner Horace Hayes Im See Page 9 WOMEN PLEAD GUILTY TO TAKING FROM BAM By RAYMOND HOLBROOK 19 women who dipped Two into a banks till for pleaded guilty A federal judge withheld sentence while he studies probation Each admitted spending many times their Miss Yola an executive of the Texas Bank and Trust of nearby Jack said she spent a Weldon mother of two said she nicked the bank for a year beyond her She was a Although the bank shortage and the July 23 suspension of the two women employes were an open secret in a city of persons 30 miles south of it was not until last week that a public an nouncement was The suspension of the wom en stunned They were trusted employes of the Honors Held Miss Renfro a few years ago was named by the Jacksonville Business and Professional Wo mens Club as the outstanding woman of the A native of she came Richland was grown by Hartley of Route Rifle Shot At Negroes One Wounded Three white teenage boys were held today on charges of firing a rifle shot into a crowd of ne One negro was David owner of a confectionary was struck in the arm by a slug from a to Jacksonville in the m 1930s and had been with the bank 18 years She was active I in the citys civic affairs and was highly respected in deadly weapon were Rindy 17 his 18 Conner s father was one and Robert of the leading morticians of porter was injured while Jacksonville until his death a standing in a crowd of about few years Her 20 negroes in front of his who for a while ran a filling The negroes said the rifle shot now works at the was fired from a passing auto funeral home in which her father had been a One of the negroes threw a The Conners have two small She had been em ployed at the bank for 15 Although both women had built new homes in recent neither lived pretentious After the disclosure of the shortage and their both women declined to dis cuss the matter with Quotes Bible Miss in declining to be said Let him that is without sin cast the first Persons attending the same Baptist church with Con ner said she stood up during a testimony period recently and declared she had done wrong in the past but pledged her See Page 9 brick through the rear window of the Edith Calms New Wave Due 19 Tropical storm Edith has degenerated into a moderate easterly wave but a second easterly wave in the extreme western Caribbean has become a little the Weather Bureau said fifth tropical storm of the is now over the central Caribbean south of Hispaniola and is moving west The second wave moving at also is 20 to 25 miles per but has no un usual squalliness or any indi cations of Grades 1 to 3 of the Austin School area will attend Houston elementary The BryanDrane students have been attending Lee but will go to Sam Houston this year because of crowded conditions at To Be Notified Students living outside the Corsicana district and transfer ring into the Corsicana schools will be assigned a school and will receive notification by As far as possible these students will be assigned to the school nearest Pettys Chapel Grades will attend Sam Houston and Grades 79 will at tend Collins Junior State Home Grades 16 will attend Travis and Grades 79 will attend Collins Junior Students who have transferred from one attendance area to an other last year will have to apply again for permission to transfer at the supermtendants This should he done prior to the beginning of All elementary students who will be new in the Corsicana School district should register at the schools at which they are supposed to attend on Thursday and Friday between 9 and All first graders who will be attending Corsicnna schools and did not attend preschool should be sure and register on these samo All first graders will have to have a birth certificate and immuniza tion record when they 1 Classes will begin for all stu dents at September School will run regular schedules and lunches will be Students transferring to the Corsicana district from other school districts will be notified as to the school to which they will be pioneer 1229 West Fourth died in the Navarro Clinic Wednesday morning fol lowing an illness of two Funeral services will be held Friday at 11 from the Westminster Presbyterian of which he was an Burial will be in Oak wood The rites will be conducted by Matthew Arnold of formerly pastor and Clifford Presbyterian minister of Fort Wo r t the dean of Navarro county began working in January at drug store to help pa a doctors and drug bill Incident to a case of typhoid fever in his he recalled several years ago while speaking about the early days He said that General for whom the Limestone county city was made annual trips Vrom Mexico to collect rents and revenues from his extensive holdings in Becoming interested in the drug he read Journals and later took a correspondence course in and pass ed an examination before dis trict board under the Texas Pharmacy but was dis satisfied with his aquirements and in he bought a rail See Page 9 School Tax Procedure Gets Approval Propertyowning voters In the Corsicana independent school district Tuesday authorized the levying of maintenance taxes 75 to 21 and the spreading of the bonded indebtedness 7718 in re turns revealed Tho official convassing and declaring of the results will be mado at the regular meeting of the board of education Thurs day Dana This election was necessitat ed by the recent annexation of the Pettys Chapel school dis trict northeast of When the boundaries of a school district are extended by annexa tion or it is neces sary for the tax rate and bond ed indebtedness to be approved over the entire area before the school board is authorized to levy and collect maintenance taxes and bond retirement re Little interest was shown when only 18 votes had been cast at Most of the votes were cast in the period from B to 7 Only one balloting place was held in the district that at the courthouse with Flynn as election and fishing area left eight known dead The quake uncoiled roaring earth slides just west of Yellow stone National terrifying vacationers in the thunder of earth and Four of the known dead were from one They were of Coeur Idaho his two daugh and and a wife and another Toll Cow Id The death toll Survivors reported seeing a couple and a crippled boyswept away in their car by an ava At another parts of an automobile regis tered to Thomas of Bennetts son were in could See Related Story on Page 9 HELENA MONTANA c Boremon HfBGfN DAM IDAHO reuowsrowf PAWC WYO MILES DAM THREATENED WITH may locates Hebgen Dam in Montana which was threatened with collapse after a series of earthquakes shook the northwest The dam is just west of famed Yel lowstone National AP Wirephoto were Stowe and his wife were reported miss Approximately 60 persons were but only 27 re mained in hospitals in four Montana Six were report ed in critical Most of the victims were campers enjoying outdoor vaca tions in the rugged wilds of Southwestern less than 20 miles west of Yellow stone The quake first struck near midnight Monday at Hebgen Dam and farther downstream in the Madison River fam ous trout fishing See Page 9 30 BOSTON POLICEMEN BATTLE GANG a of 19 About 30 policemen with drawn guns lost night broke up a threatened street gang war with whites on one side and negroes on the Twentysix were arrested and about 15 all negroes were held Tor court Police said the youths were armed with clubs and Some of them battled with po lice before they submitted to John Pastoro of the Rox bury where the out break took said the near rumble was the outcome of con tinuing hostilities between a gang of negro youths and gang of white It was the third outbreak white and negro youths in as many Last nights action covered about eight blocks in a section where both whites and negroes The gangs caused an estimat ed damage to a dozen automobiles parked near the PolishAmerican Police said that duringthe the youths slashed broke windows and smash ed bodies of the Eight men near the club took refuge Inside when they police chase the youths drawn Frank Campbell arrested were charged with malicious and wilfull de struction of property and incit ing a He said police converged on the scene in resi dents telephoned an alarm that a street fight or rumble was getting saw with said Expert Warns Of Possible Second Quake 19 large earthquake is possible within two weeks in the Yellowstone National Park an expert said It is said Charles Rlchter of the California Insti tute of but not necessarily He said he thinks it is pos sible because a strong quake In the same area in 1936 was followed in about two weeks by another equally Since we had that occur he we have to con sider the possibility it could happen It is rare for a strong quake in any area to be followed close ly by one of equal the succeeding shocks are Richter said he made the statement in response to in quiries from Montana officials in charge of rescue who wanted to know for planning purposes whether more temblors are If they are he they wont pull out of the area Future King RUSSIA GOAL STILL SAME S EVER 19 Secretary of Defense Neil McElroy told Senators today that top level visits with Soviet leaders are thus far only sur face Applying that language spe cifically to Vice President Richard Nixons recent trip to Russia and the forthcoming visit by Soviet Premier Nikita McElroy said it would be the worst kind of folly to lower this countrys guard on the basis of such ostensibly friendly Appealing to the Senate Ap propriations Committee to re store 200 million dollars which the House chopped out of ident Eisenhowers 000 request for military aid to McElroy said The military threat today is as great as Nothing has happened to indicate that the goals of international Ism have His statement prepared for 1 closeddoor hearing was mado available to Ask Loan Funds Acting Secretary of State Douglas Dillon also purse string some 650 million development loan House chipped from er budget He said the challenge of economic and social revolution among a billion people n less developed areas of free world offers a field tor imperialism which is ofthe opportunities which situation presents for inff Its own The president asked a 700 million dollar development loan fund for the fiscal year that began July 1 plus another 500 million for the next fiscal The House cut this years loan fund to 550 million and refused to vote the additional 500 lion for the following fiscal urged the to restore dollars of funds tha I Y Shi me Shoes 19 future King of England may be shining somebodys shoes in a couple of This will happen If reports are true that Prince 10 yearold heir to the Is going to one of Englands most sylish The Daily Mail Baid the fi nal decision to send the Prince to Eton was taken only recent ly by Queen Elizabeth II and her Prince At Buckingham Palace a spokesman said Im afraid well have to put it down to Young Charles is a student at Chcam but he would be eligible for Eton in As a freshman at Eton he would be required to That means to undertake a number of menial chores for an older The British believe its all a part of character Among the duties of every fag are getting his masters tea and keeping the older boys study plane had low over a Senate Vote Lends Encouragement ousm Arm By JOE HALL thumping 7124 Senate vote for a new bill gave its sponsors encour agement today that the legisla tion finally would become Both the final passage tally and the 6827 margin by which the Senate refused to send the measure back to its banking committee were well beyond the twothirds needed to beat an other housing Indications that final congressional action on the bill would not come The measure now goes to the Congressmen there who handle housing said privately it had been decided to steer the bill into the usual committee Leaders have dropped an earlier plan to take the bill up quickly without sending it to There was speculation the measure might be sent to Pres ident Eisenhower in the closing days of the session on a take itorleave it John Sparkman floor manager for the said the President could not expect to get a measure that meets his approval 100 per Homer Capehart R senior Republican on the banking declared If we want a housing this is as good as we can get Hu predicted any new veto would be For Industry The hill carries authorization for some new governmentfi nanced housing programs as well as for others which are out of It also includes various liberalizations of the FHA mortgage insurance pro gram designed to help private Eisenhower won only one mi nor skirmish in the two days of Senate floor Republi cans backed by some Southern Democrats made eight unsuc cessful attempts to put through amendments to get the bill in a shape more to hte They were successful yester day in striking from the a requirement that the defense department buy up about units of Wherry Act Military Housing now pri vately The administration strongly opposed the contending It could cost 75 million But Republicans conceded this was not a major housing and House Democrats said an attempt would be made to re store the provisions Cuba Arrest Nels General And Others 19 CT Police blockades today netted a retired Cuban general and a carload of persons accused of terrorist The arrests followed another night of gun fire in Police said they arrested Enrique Hernandez su pervisor of national police un der President Grau San as he attempted to cross bar riers set up by patrol cars in vestigating reports that a light been spotted flying suburb of Gunmen fired at police and at electric Installations at one of downtown Havanas busiest Patrol cars later seized and detained several persons they found in a Other exchanges of gunfire took place between police and military guards on one side and terrorists on the other in No injuries were re ported in the Judicial authorities appointed Mario De Rojas to tako testi mony from 86 persons held on charges of conspiring against the regime of Premier Fidel When Rojas completes Inter views with the form al charges will be probably under the new counter revolutionary law which pro vides the death sentence under certain at least somo North Americans detained in a roundup while they were serv ing with Castros armed forces have been Among them Is Paul former Naval pilot who accepted a commission in tho Rebel Air Kerens First Bale Oi iion Late Tuesday 19 Kerens first 1959 hale of cotton received Tuesday at 4 and was ginned at the CoOpera tlve Gin The cotton was brought In by Bush and of It was 1840 pounds of seed cot ton and produced 470 pounda of   

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