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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - August 22, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER WEATHER cloudy through Sunday with possible thunder Thermometer Readings 8 9 I 10 11 12 1 2 89 80 81 92 92 Complete Weather Beport on Market Daily Sun andSemlWertly Morni LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE Most Securities and Commodities Are Closed on 66 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Tentative Khrushchev Visit Schedule Is 12Days UNION CLAIMS PROBE IS WITCHHUNT Reuther Aid Accuses Two GOP Senators current investigation o the United Auto Workers is a political witchhunt to kicl off reelection campaigns o two Republican union charged The charges came from Jack assistant to 1 President Walter and Joseph Rauh the UAW Washington They point ed fingers at Karl E Mundt of South Dakota and Carl Curtis of Facts Speak Curtis replied this in an in quiry for and the facts developed can speak for them Mundt said when the facts are in will be the appro priate time to say whether the practices disclosed are Conway said two GOP sena tors were running the rackets committees probe of the UAW and other committee members were in the dark as to what f was coming He said the charges being i aired against Richard Gos UAW International Vice were a rehash 01 stale allegations raised 10 years ago and proved unfounded Rackets committee chairman John McClelland said they were unsubstantiated when the committee looked in to them a year and a half Conway Conway and Rauh called a news conference late yester saying this was the they could get the unions side before the The rackets committee hap just recessed nesday what has been filled as a preliminary investigation of Fist Fight The main witness yesterday was Jesse Motsinger of De who said he was fired as a UAW union organizer in 1955 ostensibly because he got into a fist fight with another union But Motsinger said he felt his dismissal was a direct re sult of my attempting to ex ynse what I thought was cor ruption at the international waste of money and fail ure to conform with the Reuth er He said Gosser had directed organizers to submit false re ports to the unions Detroit headquarters to show there was no need to cut the staff as a result of a union economy drive Motsinger said these false re ports stuck in his Conway and Rauh said Mot singer was disgruntled because he was fired and that his charges were They said in 20 months as an organizer Motsinger hadnt organized a single plant for the Meanwhile House and Sen ate conferees have moved into the last and most delicate stage of their efforts to reconcile the tough House Labor Control Bill and the middle of the road Sen ate Political Dynamite before recessing un til they got to work on the seventh and final sec tion of the two the sec tion containing most of the po Jitical They briefly discussed two ft the controversial TaftHart I Uey Law dealing with no mans land cases and prehlre agreements in the con struction No mans land refers to cer tain labor disputes which the National Labor Relations Board See Page 3 French Troops Kill 63 Rebels In a 48 hour battle French troops said they killed 63 Al gerian Rebels and wounded French headquarters said today their casualties were 12 dead and 15 The casualties for both sides were among the highest an nounced for a single engage ment in recent Fight Ing ended The French said the dead Inchded an important Rebel military They did not The French used ar planes and tanks to support the infantry in the f battle near about 63 miles southeast of French head quarters said another Rebel force was engaged near the Moroccan border recently and 26 Rebels were killed and 21 French losses were not Sizeable Budget Cut Goal Seems In Sight By JOE HALL branches of Congress now have passed 15 of the 16 money bills for the current fi nancial and the goal of a air sized budget cut appears o be in The Senate cleared a military construction measure Its 15th iscal 1960 appropriations and now has only the foreign aid bill to The House has acted on all Thirteen of the 16 measures actually have been sent to the White On these an over all reduction of 235 million dol ars below President Eisenhow ers requests has been achiev But the biggest cut of all is almost certan to be made on oreign When this measure and the two money bills still jeing worked on by Senate iouse conferees reach the White the total reduc ion is expected to exceed a jiliion It may reach al most a billion and a The House claimed a cut of a in its action on he foreign aid although some legislators charged this achieved partly through egerdemain with These sources contend that he budget figure of 00 used by the House as Eisen lowers request for foreign aid s too and that thus the ut is Two Not Gone The other two bills which lave not gone to the White 3ouse are military construe and an independent ol ices Both are in con the two Each will be somewhat be ow the The on the 15 bills vhch it has has voted bout 293 million dollars more Eisenhower See Page 3 22 5 The Boston Chapter the Red Cross said today it has for warded to its disaster office set up in The names of a Wakefield Navy of ficer and his family unreported since the Montana earthquake of The Red Cross is attempting o locate Harry Patch lis Jean and their child Harry and The family was reported miss ng by Patchs Joseph The vacationing family was en route to with a car and trailer from the West ONeill said the Patches planned to travel through Yel owstone Park and were going o visit relatives in jut havent arrived Soviet Gun oum Turks 22 border guards lachinegunned a group of urks near the Soviet frontier Thursday killing ne and seriously injuring one r two Turkish press eports said Official urkish comment was not lediately The the reports fired on while cutting rass near the border village of Kars in the ex reme corner of northeastern One newspaper account said even Turks were involved nd six including two eriously Others said iiere were only four and only ne was wounded in addition o the dead man whose body emained The the reports told Turkish military and ecurity officials who made an nthespot that le group had crossed into Rus an territory and their guards red in order to force them Governor Hilmi Dagcioglu of Cars lodged a protest with So let border authorities and ar anged a joint meeting for Mon ay of Turkish and Russian rentier officials to discuss the the reports Family Believed Disaster Victims 22 At least a half dozen witnesses say they saw an automobile oc cupied by a a woman an a crippled child buried by Could it be William Boyles hear sank as she reread in her news paper reports on the Rock Mountain earthquake Tuesday Only last Saturday her bro Jerry Cunningham of Rock had take his wife and their crippled child foe a short vacation to the They were accompanied b Cunningbarns am Carl o but were traveling i two a car and a truck For two days Boyle wait ted still n Friday the telephone The caller was Carl Cun reporting the tw families were well and happ and preparing to return 170 LOOK ON AS STEVEN TAKES MODEST BRIDE By RELMAN MORIN 22 JP1 Rockefeller slipped a ilatinum wedding band on Anne ilarie Rasmusaens left and made her his wife in i solemn Norwegian marriage They pronounced their vows n country church on a gentle within sight of the brides amily Nelson Rockefeller of Vew and Stevens bro and a sisterin witnessed the Lutheran eremony seated on wooden benches on the right side of the Robbers Hit Savings Bank Loot 22 Two men held up thn Community Savings Bank at Yorkville getting away vith nearly It was the Mrst day that special hinking they were victims of i had dropped their A week ago Tuesday a wom ms voice on the telephone pre licted there would be a holdup at There wasnt any hat but the special officers vatched the bank day after Concluding it was a practical the bank dropped its ipecial precautions Shortly before EDT two men wielding nickel lated revolvers showed up at he banks Both were clad n blue seersucker sported yrolean hats with and vore dark They had but witnesses said hese may have been One stayed at the the other went to the office of See Page 5 i Rockefeller and Ann Maries Kristian Ras retired grocer and fis sat together near th altar on the right The brides Lovise watched the rites from the op posite side of the center aisle which was decorated with pint carnations and Gave Hand The high spot in the rltua came when the Olav Gaute vicar of Sogne parish asked the young cou pie in whether thej would take each other as man and Then he said Now pive each other you land on Stevon took Anne hand in his and the vicar plac Sec Page 5 Haiti Patches Up Differences PORT AU Haiti Fran cois Duvalier has moved to latch up his differences with Roman Catholic church lead The President suspended an order yesterday for the arrest of the Cathodic Archbishop of Port Au Francois after the Vatican warn ed Haitan officials they faced excommunication form the church if the order was carriec An excommunicated person is denied the church sacraments and loses fellowship with other Duvalier and most Haitian leaders are The government had ordered the arrest Thursday after the Archbishop criticized the gov ernment for expelling two French the Etienne Grinenberger and the Jos eph for reasons of in ternal RITAINS TOP SECRET BOMBER VAN in a Victor Mark Britains ewest top secret jet one of which anished on a test flight over The crescentwinged carrying four crewmen and a disappeared with out radioing a word after taking off from Boscome Down in South The plane was one of only two models AP Wirephoto COPPER HILL PLANTS STILL ON STRIKE 22 JFI The nations copper industry was at a virtual standstill today with an estimated workers idle in 11 The International Union o Mill and Smelter Workers Friday struck the last of the industrys big the American Smelting and Refining The union previously struck Kennecott Copper the Anaconda and the Phelps Dodge in that Minemill negotiating teams have been seeking wage in creases and fringe benefits in new contracts to replace three year pacts which expired June Talks began as early as but have been broken off with most firms in the The union charged Kennecott with unfair labor practice yes erday in a formal complaint to he National Labor Relations Board at San The complaint charges that Kennecott refused for three months to bargain In good The union is seeking a 15cent hourly wage increase to apply to wages that average about an Fringe benefits sought by mine mil would raise the package to about 45 cents an Traffic Viclim Transferred To Waco Hospital Georga Ann of remained in critical con dition Saturday in Providence Hospital in Waco where she was transferred Friday night for possible surgeiy following an early afternoon cartruck crash at North Fifteenth street and West Fourth The accident victim knocked from her car by the mpact and landed on her head on the She was first taken to Memorial Hospital in an unconscious condition and a jraln specialist was called in on case from Ray was transferred Fri day about 6 to Providence Hospital where she is under the care of three physicians and surgeons Hospital at endants said she did not under ro surgery during thp and declined to sny whether she vould or to give the extent of her The Powell woman was pro eeding In an easterly direction n Fourth avenue in a 1956 Steudebaker when she was in 0llision with a Cabells milk traveling south on Fif eenth driven by Herbert 221 Mamie avenue vho escaped according to Assistant Police Chief O who Her automobile was damaged an stlmated while damages o the truck were put at A Corley ambulance rushed he woman to Memorial Hospital vhere she was Xrayed and emergency care until her ransfer to Fire equipment was summoned o the scene to wash gasoline off he street which spilled from he Gone Too Far GOP Thinfcs LOS want Repub licans to help finance the I960 Democratic National Conven tion in Los Tho Idea got a cool reception from u Republican Former Navy Secretary Dan who heads a new convention finance com said yesterday that Republicans will be asked to contribute as a civic Republican National Com mlttecmnn Ed Shattuck com mented There is no longer any reason lot the citizens gener ally and Republicans In parti cular to join In the financial It Is now their the Democrats affair and a par tisan political one at Democrats organized a new finance committee to raise at least after a squab ble with their national chair manPaul Butler over con vention BURNS TO DEATH DONNA Naran about burned to death late Friday when fire destroyed his small house LXTELLED FROM Joseph Marrec and Father Etlenne two Roman Catholic priests expell ed from arrive in New Their expulsion was decreed by Haitian President Francois Duvalier for reasons of internal Later the government ordered the arrest of Fran cois the archbishop of Port au Prince and highest Cath olic official in predominantly Catholic He was accused of criticizing public AP Wirephoto Laos Paratroopers Hit By DAVID LANCASHIRE 22 paratroopezs are ng dropped to strengthen key outpost in the northern pro vince of Sam Neua bordering Communist North Viet Communist infiltration has been spreading in Sam Neua authoritative sources report the Reds now occupy 20 pel cent The Royal Laotian Army has already sunt 125 paratroopers to he Muong Peun which is surrounded by steep palisades and depends on air drops foi supplies in the rugged Another 475 men of the first mratioop battalion are going to e dropped sources Not Surrounded The defense ministry said the Muong Peun outpost is not sur Reporters Heckled In Pine Bluff PINE 22 Little Rock segregation stymied in their own home found a receptive audience t a rally protesting integration f the Dollarway school neai A crowd of chner d and lac night as attorney tor he Capital Citizens ashed and ridiculed persons he ccused of promoting integration t Little Guthridge assured his listeners hat the Little Rock struggle vas not although four egroes have attended two once hlte schools since 12 with ut significant He urged the crowd to stay nlted in the struggle to prevent ntry of three negroes to Dollar ay when the school opens If negroes are permitted to ttend the bars are The oors of every school in Ar ansas 400 districts will be open T The Dollarway board has ap ealed a federal court order irecting school official to dmit the three Associate Justice Jim Johnson f the Arkansas Supreme longtime segregationist See LITTLE Page 5 But observers say Muong Peun looks much like the famed French battle site of Dien Bicn where the French failed in their last stand in the Indochinese The French conducted that war through a series of jungle strongpoints but were repeated ly outflanked by silent jungle who would then at Dien Bien Phu now is part of Communist and Laotian Army spokesmen say it is headquarters for the Red Laos Pariseducated crown Savang has taken over the powers of the Monarchy from h i s ailing King Sisavong The crown prince was named regent because of grave events weighing on the the government Prince Savang now is at Laung the royal capi tal 100 miles west of the trou ble The Communistled rebels ara believed trying to Isolate Sam Neua Government troops have resorted to guer tactics to combat infiltra Muong Peun is one of several outposts reported running short of rice and provisions because governments few planes are See Page 3 Frank Here FwQuarterhorse Event Today Frank 99yearold lionor guest at the second an mini Central Texas Quarter house Association show in prog ress was honoreu with an 8 Saturday break fast at the Navarro Hotel by officials of the who was born Feb told of his many ex ploits of the early days in Tex as He also declared that Pat Sarrctt did not kill Billy the but a Bob Tho honor said that he Exhaust Supply Polio Vaccine Here Friday Corsicana Navarro County Health Department Friday had a large scale immunisation clln and one which would have een bigger from the standpoint of polio inoculations except for fact the supply of vaccine vas As 98 youngsters were ivcn Salk polio before the supply was ranking it necessary to turn cway about 00 other The State Health Department In Austin vas contacted about a new upply and advised vas and expected to be able o furnish more vaccine about In addition to the ioliu prc thn health a i n at c d 120 youngsters against and gave Combination diphtheria and vhoopinp cough shots to 101 both high marks for he The upsurge was bc ieved duo to the nearness of he opening of schools with parents getting their children ircpared for the return to did not fail a single time to bring in the 150 white men he had set after in the pursuit of The first white child to be born in San Saba he claimed that luck had ridden with him throughout his The Many Entries Quarterhorse show have many entries from Louisiana and New First competition for the sec ond annual show was at the orsicana Fair Grounds at 3 in the halter The cutting horse and other events are scheduled for 8 Terry Is president of the group and Pete Sec Page 3 Lawyers So Abes Bust Has To Depart By CHARLES MAHER LOS 22 n the corridor of the new JDS Angeles county bore stood a heroic bust of Abraham brooding in Today this meticulously mold ed monument to Lincoln the lawyer is The lawyers kicked It Brain Surgion Thn 300pound bust is the creation of Emll a Beverly Hills brain surgeon vho has done portrait sculptur about 20 Ills work i won five first prizes in Coast art When thi 24milliondollar courthouse was the bust vas Installed in the main cor But before long the Los Angeles Bar Association com laincd because Selftz occasionally testl ics In injury cases Involving See Page 8 STATE HEADACHES INCREASE Hopes Photos With Nikita Will Be Minimized 22 Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev will visit cities outside They are New York Los San DCS Moines and and By LEWIS GULICK 22 The White House was expected o announce perhaps hat Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev will stop at six American cities during his 12 day visit starting Khrushchev Is slated to speak at the National Press Club hero 16 and answer reporters questions in a nationallytele vised He will address the UN Gen eral Assembly in New York two days He will get a maximum of publicity on his tour through a mounting crowd of reporters and cameramen seeking to aci company him across the Diplomatic sources said they expect Khrushcheve schedule will be announced at President Eisenhowers summer ers at probably today but perhaps The announcement was not expected to Include precise del alls on Khrushchevs scheduled activities at the various since these have not yet been w rked Subject to lastminute lore Is the proposed Itinerary lor Khrushchev for the 12 days Beginning with his arrival hers 15 and ending with his departure from here 27 two New two Los San DCS Growing Problem Accommodations for newsmen and photographers wanting to accompany the Soviet leader growing problem for State Department So far 471 have asked for ac creditation to the official This includes both those who wish to go with Khrushchev on the whole tour and those plan Seo Page B Three Killed In Grinding Crash 22 cars collided head on In a grinding crash 10 miles lorth of this southeast Texas own early killing hrce Throe were in Killed In one car was Georga of Live The driver of that Enoch arl of was seriously Killed In the other car were Freddie Paul and his son who was hnrles Wendell Freddie Paul Johnson was Injured Anoth er Harold Injured The Johnson family were from Bar bers Hill about 15 miles north of Hawaii Takes News Quietly By GEOFFREY GOULD 22 the jewellike chain of slands miles west of the has brought the United States of America to an Using a dozen pens to sign his President Eisenhower proclaimed its statehood yester It was the second time in ess than year that he per formed such a historic duty Alaska became a state As Hawaii followed Alaska into the the President also signed an executive order fixing the design of the 50star With a he re narked that hes running out of ideas for flag July 4 The new flag which becomes fficial next July 4 has the same 3 red and white But Its square field In the upper left corner has nine rows of arranged In staggered fashion with five and sixstar rows All 49 states will join In welcoming the new one Hawaii to this the President said more We will wish for her prosper and a qrwinp closer relationship with all of the other know that she is ready to do her part to make this Union a stronger nation a stronger people than It was be f bee of hnr presence as a full sister to the other 4 So all of us say io good The President began signing the documents at Washington The black and white plastic pens he used were distributed to some of those present as The new its silken folds was Ihones Governor Edward Secretary of rushed to an open t in the next room at the White House to give the news to William who was waiting in Honolulus lolanl It was Hawaii Lficllcs and Quinn told thn gathering In his of Hawaii is now a He then was sworn In as tho states first People went about their busi ness on the palmlined streets of There was no pub lic See Page 3 Not To Be Denied 22 j Buff Gray Is six years anri healthy as a She can chin shin ny on the chinning pole and do six In other the way she j thinks for shes all even if she Bald she wanted to be a So she wrote to Da vid who commands I the Marino recruit depot at Parria telling him of her desire to Join the Said she to the general My lad was a my brother s a and my other bro her plans to Join next I lave been doing the exercises my brother advised me to dp to stay in Shoup wrote back to I Miss politely In his mill1 tary way It Is gratifying to I earn that young Americans are I still as patriotic as Your I mother and father have everyl cason In the world to be ex trcmcly proud of But Is newsl for I When shown your said Im going to join See what we mean about ng all   

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