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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - August 21, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATKEB WEATHER cloudy through Saturday with no important tem perature Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 I 12 1 2 82 I 86 89 91 91 92 i 92 Complex Weather Report on Market jHannotthc Daily SunandSemlWokly MorningUjjrtJ LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW ed changes govfcrn nients mill CHICAGO mill buying and short Com Mixed September weak on late liquida to 35 cents higher top steers about steady top AUGUST PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS PA cc r DO Steelworkers Deny Strike Settlement Reached School Trustees Approve Budget Adoption of the 1959 60 budget and the canvassing and declaring of the returns of the Tuesday election in the district highlighted the meeting of the board of education at the high school building Thursday at Maco vice presided in the absence of Matt Members present were and Glad Tom Spikes was oulof Dana superin tendent Oscar ness and Joe director of also at Budget Items The budget adopted on Ihe molion of provides for a total expenditure of while Ihe anlicipated revenues amount to The anlicipaled disbursements exceed the antlcipaled receipls by but balances avail able from current operations are listed at leaving T a balance not required of Other balances restrict 11 ed include inleres and sinking fund and transportation In the expenses lisled in the lolal inslruclion cost is listed at transporta plant heat for Youth Council Okays Budget Home 21 The1 Texas Youth Council plans an informal meet Ihe public cam paign to become betler ac quainled wilh civic leaders in cilies where its inslitutions op Chairman Windsor suggesled the plan Thursday afler the council agreed on operating budgets for its schools and The council operates juvenile correctional schools at Gates Gainesville and Crockett Aand supervises orphans and de f Vendent children homes al Corsicana and Executive Director Jack Tur man said the Gatesville Cham ber of Commerce and others are helping to find land for the proposed security treatmenl If we dont find any more desirable land at well have to build it on some land there we now he Promotion Suggested Windsor suggested the mem bers meet with Gatesville of ficials and those in other cities to promote understanding of their The council approved resolu tions praising Price Daniel and the Legislature for increas ing its presenl approprialions of to for the two year period beginning The council approved one year budgels for Ihese schools for op Sce Page 9 folio Cases Up 13 Per Cent Same Pattern number of paralylic polio cases increased by 13 per cent last week to This is the highest weekly tolal since Sep The was noi nearly as sharp the 30 per cent jump for the previous In the week ended Aug 8 there were 245 cases report including some delayed re That made it the highes week since 19D6 Then last including some delayed topped Salk polio vaccine first be came available in Leroy surgeon general of the Public Health said Ihe cases reporlec for Ihe week ended 15 wen widely scallered Ihroughoul Ih the same patlern tha had prevailed for several weeks From 1 through 1 there had been paralyti cases This compare flnith 784 in the similar 195 for the 1957 perioc 000 other lant re ilacement of 000 debt principal on interesl on and 300 olher List Revenues Revenue items are headed by slale sources totaling Local revenue is listed at including local main tax based on a tax roll on a rate and 95 per cent col eclion debl service lax The board set the tax rate a the same figure as las with earmarked foi mainlenance and 58 cenls foi bond retirement and interes Boswell was given the milk contract at per half pin and Continental bread was se lected al a price of 18 cenls pe 1 12 pound sandwich 1 cenls for 12 roll per 100 hamburger andhoi dog Olher bread bidders wer Balrds American See Page 10 Bomb Shelter BlastOi Pilot Asserts By RALPH DIGHTON LOS pilot Al firs man to blast out of a bom sheller in a rockelboosled je says It a snap for bu 6u should seen the Blackburn was referring lo a esert mouse accidentally caught n the cavelike sheller al Hoi oman Air Force t Ihe lime of blasloff Wednes The mouse slaggered oul lunned and shaken but he was efinitely Blackburn I think he must have heard the laboratory people lets grab him and check im because he gol right p and scampered Blackburn used the mouse ncident to minimize the dan Industry Quoted Small Wage Hike AMERICAN CAPITALIST ON DISPLAY IN one of three American capitalists put on display at the exhibition in answers questions of Soviet of president of an aircraft manufacturing told Russians how he treats his Next to him is Vladimir Shavrid of the De partment of who served as AP Wirephoto via radio from Moscow in in 1955 snc in Total polio cases last wee numbered up from 432 i the week ended For thi See Page 10 Oers of his teal in an after returning to his home here Blouse Exposed Thai mouse was exposed to he full blasl and noise of Ihe Blackburn I prolecled inside Ihe plane and Ihe plane was oul of the heller in less than a 36yearold test pilot for North American Avia added When I first slarled prepar ng for Ihe my firsl reac See Page 10 Soy Scouts Earry Torch Despite Mishap 21 Boy Scout undaunted y a mishap which sent the base f a friendship torch to the lotlom of Ihe Mississippi River eft Allon loday on anolher leg if the torchs long journey lo he PanAmerican games in Chicago from Mexico wooden base of Ihe and numerous letters Police Fight Off African Demonstrators South 21 motorized po lice patrol fought off an at tack last night by a mob of African demonstrators armed with sticks and Three Africans were one by Police Patrick Dillon said no reason was given for the but this mountain town hasbeen tar ets of African sweep ng nalal The Afri ans resent regulations govern ng their travel and other ac African women attacked B ieer hall here Wednesday ought to stop their men from rinking there and Iried to as ault Ihe while Po arrested At a small body o African women marched un der a white flag to air griev ances before magistrale Cor elius Van They said Ihej vere uneasy aboul the whole ale arrests of their trlbeswom in and demanded an end t government regulations control ing the movements of thei menfolk when Ihey were try ng lo find The magistrate said he wouli pass on their complaints lo Ih locket Mishap Wrecks Attempt To est Space Flight Rescue Methods The rom mayors and governor along its roule were lost las in a car which rolled a bank on the Illinoi nighl down side of Ihe Mississippi River The car was recovered six hours but the base am papers were The car was owned by Davii district executive of th Piasa Bird Council in charge o Alton The embarrasse Lewis said he was talking t See Page 9 authorities Seriously Hurt In Wreck Here A woman idenlified as Mrs Georgia Anne Ray of Powel was feared crilicaly injurei aboul Friday when hevrolel sedan and a Irucl were involved in a crash at h intersection of North Fifteenl slreel and Wesl Fourlh avenue II was reported the viclin was thrown from the vehicl on to the sufferin head and other A Corley ambulance answere the call and rushed the woma to Memorial Assistant Police Chief O Pickering investigated the The name of Ihe drive of Ihe Iruck was nol immediat ly MINISTER DIES Alberl Wi paslor of Ihe Episcopal Church from 1932 u lil he relired in died Thur day afler a long Th who was bor al was a men her of a clerical family whic gave six rectors to the Churc of 21 UP n escape rocket fired pre aturely today and wrecked an lo lest rescue methods T the men who will make Ihe rst space The blast lobbed a fullsize pace capsule into the surf off National Aeronaulics and pace Adminislrations test sta on on Wallops Island on the irginia Eastern NASA said the premature fir occurred 20 minutes before le capsule was to have been aunched by firing of the main repulsion The rocket that blew ofl head of time was one intended o kick the capsule free from he main rockel in Ihe evenl f The capsule was to have been aunched lo greal heighl by a Joe booster rocket at Tennesseeans Heject Negro Candidates 21 UP record breaking while vole molhered Ihe firsl alloul ne gro polilical campaign in th listory of this Mississippi River ity of Ihe Deep Russell 10yearold negro finished econd in a race for public works ommissioner lhat had jitlerj iegregalionisls predicting catas The final counl gave Sugar mon He lost lo vhite unily llckel candidale William by aboul 100 The predicted heavy vote fo legro candidates came as ad but the uproar of th campaign spurred the tola lurnoul yesterday lo a whop ping The previou record for a city eleclion W Tho Ben negro lawyer and preacher wh a possible viclor I Ihe race for juvenile los by aboul He ra againsl three white candidales Given Chance a Harvard man was given an almost eve chance against four white can didates in preelection est The four were expecte to splinler the while The slralegy looked good bi fore one of the polilically slron white Will Fowle dropped out of the race to le sen Ihe expected vote supported by bol newspapers and rcliring mayo Edmund drew The others Sugarmo John Canale See Page 9 At hte top of Its flight the scape rocket was to have been for test NASA said there were no in The launch area had been NEW spokesman for Steelworkers Union President David Mc Donald said today that reports of a settlemenl in Ihe steel slrike are absolutely without The PostTribune in had quoted a top industry official as saying that a tenta tive strikeending agreemenl had been reached on Ihe basis of a small wage No Truth The McDonald spokesman made his comment on Ihe re porl by lelephone from Pitts Union Vice President Howard Hague also said here lhat Ihere was no truth to There was no immediate com ment from steel industry rep resenlalives involved in conlracl negolialions A lop level conference had been held by induslry and union negolialors y eslerday with Joseph Federal Mediation Teams representing the union and the 12 largest steel com panies continue their talks here Conrad chief In Cooper may meet here again next McDonald left here late yea lerday for Pittsburgh a spokesman he had union business to Finnegan would not reveal to newsmen the trend of the Coop erMcDonald But he said that Secretary of Labor James Mitchells report on the steel strike did not figure in the con versation or in Ihe meeling of the nogotialing President Eisenhow ers factfinder in the made public on Wednesday night a lengthy report contain ing economic data on the steel a member of the sleel companies coordinal ng said last night hat the striking union should recognize the desirability of the industrys financial strength and not allack ils record pro Local Option Steps Taken An application was filed Thursday afternoon in the of fice of Harry coun ty for permission to cir culate a local option election petition in the City of Corsica commissioners court before any action will be taken toward the calling of said The legal sale of all alcohol ic beverages has not been effect in Corsicana since before World War more than The application said that the years before national pro eared of all personnel about minules before the ignition of he escape Rescue Attempt Attempls will be made lo re over Ihe capsule from the wa The launching had been plan ed as the first in a series of ests of project Mercury space apsules during Ihe launching The capsule vas a forerunner of those that vill carry Ihe Mercury aslro iauls on Iheir first launchings y rocket next leading up o the firsl manned orbiling of he earlh probably in The Lillle Joe launching ockel stood 24 feet On top f it was the capsule 10 feet Above lhat was an escape ower 16 feel containing he rockel lhal fired premalure The escape rocket was deslgn See Page 9 Archbishop Hot Arrested PORT AU 21 government abruptly withdrew an order for the arrest of Francois Poirier Roman Catho ic archibishop of Port Au The arrest order in a widen ng split between the govern ment and church in predomi lantly Catholic Haiti had brought the threat of excom muncation for leaders of Ihis negro He had been ordered seined after he ignored a summons lo appear al Ihe dislricl altor neys VATICAN 21 IT Vatican newspaper Los servatore Romano said today Haitian government loaders could incur automalic excom munication from the Roman Calholic church if the archbish op of Port Au Prince is arrest Authorities In Haiti have or dered the arrest of Ihe arch Francois Polricr on charges of crilicizing offi cials of Ihe negro and predomi nantly Roman Calholic Repub He is Hailis highest Rom an Catholic In a page one Osscr valore said lhal it is super flous to recall the Lalae Sen tentiaa automalic punish menl wilh which canon law protects the sacred character dustry negotiator and executive vice president of the United States Steel and David president of the striking United Steelworkers of held a joint meeting with Firinegan The session was McDonalds first discussion with an industry official since He has stayed away from the negotia tions since that time on the ground that they were getting A statement by board chairman of the Youngstown Sheet and Tube was made Page 9 HAWAII JOINS UNION TODAY 47TH IN SIZE May Meet Again Finnegan and Boastful Of 11 Dies In Gas Chamber By HARRY JUPITER SAN Aug 21 con fessed killer of 11 died In San Quentins gas chamber smiling at the prosecu tor who sent him Just before the gas pellels were Nash said Last Words Unforlunately Ive never been able lo live like a I expecl to die like a Then he winked at Miller deputy district attorney of Los Angeles who has sent more than a dozen California killers to their was witnessing his firsl Ive never kepi said bul Ihis is Ihe only one I felt I had to It look 912 minules for the cyanide gas to kill The pellets were dropped at PDT and he was pro nounced dead al Nash was condemned specif ically for Iwo 1956 Nash admitted killing 10 year old Larry Rice under a Santa Monica He also admitled Ihe slaying of John Sec Page 10 World Eyes Big Wedding Saturday By RELMAN MORIN 21 Hi wedding is my and I will remember it for the rest of my The speaker was Sleven Rocke standing on Ihe sleps of the Lunde Lutheran Church and the Catholic freedom of i Roman Cost Of Living Zooms To New High cost of living rose three tenths of 1 per cent in July to another record the gov ernmenl reporled The Labor Department said higher prices for all major class es of goods and services con tributed to Ihe with food prices leading Ihe The consumer price index for July was per cenl of Ihe 194749 eighltenths of 1 per cent higher than in July The increase will mean wage boosls lo about one million primarily in the auto farm equipment and aircraft Hersey chief of the deparlmenls division of prices and cosl of said most of the effected workers will re ceive a quarterly raise of 2 cenls an Oe said Ihis is the first in crease for automobile workers since last Riley said the increase from June to July was pretty much a result of seasonal Only twice since 1941 have food prices declined in July and the average increase for thai month i fivetenths of 1 per Foods Increase Food prices increased four lenlhs of 1 per cent over the month this The cost of eggs wenl up 18 per much more than usual for the An advance in beef and poul try prices offsel some declines in fresh fruits and We are quite certain from what we see now thai food prices will drop in bul we cant lell just how that will affect the entire cost of living Riley He said aboul onequarler of the tolal increase in the cost of living Ihis monlh could be at Iribulcd lo local lax increases such as Ihose on cigarelles ana restaurant and state sales taxes in Illinois and Ari Riley also announced thai the spendable earnings of factory workers and the buying power See Page B where Salurday he will marry Anne Marie The son of New York Nelson Rockefeller spoke lo newsmen afler the wedding re In which he and his fiancee were joined by his Anne Maries Ihe six the brides six allendanls and Ihe Olav Some English The ceremony will be moslly in wilh some Eng Several hundred newsmen and pholographers wailed out side during the When It was Anne Marie and her and Kristian fled through the churchyard and dis Steven came out on Ihe sleps and said he wanted to ex plain why no photographers will be permilled inside Ihe church during Ihe ceremony See Page 9 I Senate To House To 437 Oaths Necessitated By HAROLD OLIVER 21 AP a group of volcanic and coral islands miles west of San official ly joins the union today as the nations 50th President Eisenhower ar ranged a 4 EDT cere mony at the White House lo proclaim slalehood for the ter rllory after a 56year effort by Hawaiian now num bering Besides signing Ihe statehood proclamation Ihe Presi denl Issues an order designat ing a new 50slar flag lo be come officially effective next July The new banner will lake the place of the 49star flag which became official only last July The 49star lo pro vide for has a blue field of seven staggered rows of sev en stars It supplanted the 47year 48star flag which had six even rows of eight stars Soon afler Ihe Hawaiian pro Ihe government will pul on sale a special 7cent air mall stamp commemoration the To Take Oath The signing also will be tho signal for William a Republican elected as Ihe slales first governor last July to take the oath In capital of the new Quinn will Ihen nollfy Wash inglon of his cerliflcalion of the eleclion last month of Hawaiis first congressional delegalion in lime for the Iwo See Page 9 Parents Held Babys Death SAN 21 W couple was charged yester day with starving their 2 montliold son o I God forgives you for what said Jutitiee of the Albert Trcvlno ns he set the bonds fdr Manuel and Franclsca Martinez Que eleclion would be for or againsl he legal sale of all alcoholic beverages for off premise con sumplion The applicants have until September 19 to relurn Ihe re quired petitions to the Navarro county commissioners court re quesling the The applicalion for Ihe pell lions stated that it is necessary for the petilion lo conlan not less lhan 25 per cenl of Ihe qual ified voters within the area in which the eleclion Is to be Follows Rumors Rumors had been rife for some time that a petilion for an eleclion for Ihe sale of beer for off premise consumplion would be but Ihe ap plication filed with Cleric Ches nut Thursday afternoon said all alcoholic beverages anc did not specify beer only or by Those whose signatures were affixed lo Ihe applicalion filed Thursday in the county clerks office were John H Harry Brulon Louis Elias Ro James George Joe Fort Roosevelt Pease John Ben Omar Clark Kesterston Ray N Grizzaffi and L Checks Due will be the duty of vlh county clerk to check the pet lions when they are returne and filed as to the questio whether the signers are quail fled voters within the wardso the city and so certify to th Copper Strike Spreads To Smelting i strike of copper miners an processing workers spread to day to big plants of the Amer lean Smelting and virtually Reflnln shuttin down the industry in the Unite The effective at th start of the day began 1 a very orderly sal Ihe International Union ofMin Mill and Smelter Workers Inc which called The union demanding higher wages an additional fringe The company has 13 plants 1 nine states scaltered across th Workers at El Pas Colo and East bea the unions strike deadlin against quilling Ihe jobs The unions inlernatlonal heac quarters here said thai so fa as 11 knows all other plants o the company shul down Ih At officials i the company announced befoi the strike deadline they won not attempt to operate U Copper mining continui among some smaller companl and In the Coeur Id district with the unions pe bition Beer sales were legalized orsicana and other points avarro county in the 1930s but ter Ihe county voted dry number of years Instruction till Approved Senate gave speed apv roval today to a 11 providing funds to build aircraft shops and undreds of military construe on projects In Ihis country and Passage was an 890 John Slennis oor manager for Ihe second g defense money said f Ihe projecls was o Ihe malnlenance of our mill ary slrenglh at home and He won unanimous approval addllion of to te funds previously voled by le including 86 addi onal Army Nallonal rojecls in 30 different hey will cost some 13 million ollars more than tho ecommendalions for Ihe cur ent fiscal Even Stennis and Francis Case RSD noted he Senate tolal sllH was morsk ban 135 million dollars under President Elsenhowers budget requests of There were no Senate opposl ion speeches or efforts to trim down any of the many addition made by the Senate appropria Ions The bulky measure now goes nack to Ihe House with a ateHouse conference commit ee expecled lo iron out differ nces over Ihe Senate increases Titusville Sees Oil Struck By Drakes Site 21 was slruck here today on the eve of the 100th an niversary of the oil usl 150 feet from tho site vhere Edwin Drake drilled the first commercial oil well In The strike came as a surprise as operations were being car ried out to demonstrate drilling procedures for the centennial celebration which opens next II Is doublful if Ihe well will have any commercial The new well is localed at Ihe Drake Well Memorial The George Gehring and his Ander bolh of discover ed oil scoping up this morning when Ihey returned to the site they had been drilling yester Park officials said the seepage probably amounts to about two barrels of oil a The well Is about 184 feet No decision has been reached on whether to pump the oil from the present depth or con See Pago 9 BOTHL4BOR AND CATHOLICS TAKE SHOTS AT KEMVEDY on murder charges Robert county incdienl mild the couples died of malnutrition Detective Frank Castlllon told of finding the body of the baby wrapped In a cotton Ho said a city health mirso took milk to the mother for the baby and urged medical at The mother sold she had no money to pay a Although they couldnt af ford a doctor for the Castlllon I noticed a large 21Inch television set in one of tho Tho parents are accused In the complaint of voluntarily killing Juan Quctmda by neglecting him and refusing to give him enough The Queitudas told police they gave away 8 of their 11 born in the pant 13 Two others are staying with a By JACK BELL j 21 UP Labor leaders and Roman Catholic governors who some might assume would be his best roolers are proving trouble some to the presidential aspira tions of John Kennedy The three governors are threatening to prevent also a Roman from contesting for about 200 presi dential nomlnaling ballols he may need badly al next years Los Angeles These votes add up to nearly onethird of Ihe 680odd likely lo be re quired lo win Ihe Loved Him Then The labor who loved him In April when ho was fight ing Ihelr battles against what they regarded as punitive labor control are cooling on him in August as the pros pects increase for congressional approval of a strong labor The political blockade present ed to Kennedy by the three Catholic Edmund G Pat Brown of Mlcraol Disalle of Ohio and David Lawrence of Pennsyl may not be entirely In in the view of Kennedys Much as he world like to test his popularity in Ken nedy obviously isnt going to cross Brown in the latlers de lermlnallon lo become at least a favorite possibly a national candidate for tho partys 1 But the story may be different the case of Disalle and Law Unless his present inten lions Kennedy Is likely lo challenge in the May 3 Ohio primary Disalles plan to control an uncommltled delegallon as a favorite Kennedys confidence of his strength in such primary tests has been bolstered by recent peace overtures made to him In behalf of Mlllard Tawes of Tawes has wanted to keep Marylands delegation uncom Kennedy has made It plain that in such an event he See Page 10   

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