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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - August 25, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL cloud iness through Wednesday with scattered showers and thundershowers not much change in Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 I 12 1 2 80 84 86 I 88 90 91 92 Complete Weather Report on Market Pan eHht Daily Morning Ujhtf LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW slow Bonds Lower govern ments liquidation by commission CHICAGO Wheat Steady mixed mixed light mixed light to 25 cents lower top steers steady to 25 cents lower top 68 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Forces To Defend West From Aggressors Panel Rejects Rayburn Highway Proposals LONGER TERM PENNY BOOST IS FAVORED Pending Bills Would Prevent Any Deficits 25 House Ways and Means Committee today voted down a compromise proposal to solve the highway financing Taking a slap at Speaker Sam Rayburn the committee by a 169 reaf firmed ils previous aclion for a 22month onecent a gallon increase in the federal gasoline Vote Close It turned down by a vote of 1312 Rayburns compromise which would limit the penny increase in the tax to one year instead of 22 The committee action direct ed chairman Wilbur Mills DArk to take legislation to the House independently of the House public works committee which Monday agreed to go along with the Rayburn com promise although a majority oi committee Democrats opposed any gas tax By passage of the ways and means committee revenue rats ing construction on the interstate sys tern would be able to continue next year at a rate of and in fiscal 1962 at i rate of Differ From Ike This is only slightly under See Conferees Nay 25 A move developed In the labor regulation bill conference today to drop entirely the heavilydisputed title contain ing TaftHartley f A motion to do this was off ered by Corl Perkinf and supported by Sen Wayne Morse It did not come to a vote although Morse said he thought there reporting would be one Perkins proposed back to both branches an agre ment on the first six titles n the bill described as anti racketeering scclions and deal ing wilh internal union and confining this year1 bill to these The stiffer version of TH changes is in the House The conferees discusstd on of these major a com plete ban on secondary boycotts at their morning sessior todaj and reached no The conferees arranged tc meet for an hour this tlternoon to continue The 14 conferees worked a two sessions When th afternoon session brote Sen John Kennedy conference reporte agreement on these points To accept the Senate pro See LABOR Page 2 Alert South Texas For Gulf Storm New Housing Bill Advanced TITO WELCOMES Presi dent shook hands with Ernesto head of a Cuban good will when the group visited him at his summer home on Brioni Between them is Omar Nar clsco Fernandez another of the visit ing Guevara is one of the top lieutenants of Cuban Premier Fidel AP Wirepho to Nixon Reassures Legion 25 President Richard Nixon told the American Legion today that President Eisenhow er will not be taken in or bluf fed by Nikita Khrushchevdur ing Soviet Premiers visit to United States 1can assure that the fears who believe that Presi dhet Eisenhower may be taken in or bluffed by Khrush are completely without he There is no duobt whatever but that the interests of theUni ted Sttaes and the free world will be firmly aggressivley represented by the President in this vice president also prom it there will be no negotia tions of the problems of Amer ican allies during the We reject the concept that two great and the decide the fate of other peoples with out consultation with he There are some who fear that the American people vrill be lulled into a false sense of security and trust by this ex I think that those who be See Page 2 Solve Murder 25 UP Two policemen said today they have solved a murder after working on the case 14 monlhs They said a has ad mitted the stabbing June 16 of Andrew Morin died from five wounds received in a midnight fight In front of a Rufus Ramirez and officer Raul Mar tinez said they started 14 months ago with nothing more than two Chencho1 and Jakarta Panics Over Devaluation 25 and panic Tipped Jakarta today in the wake of financial measures an nounced by President Business was at a Small and big banks and stock exchange instilulions were Sukarno devalued 500 rupiah noles and by 90 per cent Monday and roze 90 per cent of all bank deposits exceeding ru plahs The measures are designed to curb Inflation and channel capital into develop ment Finance Minister Djuanda or dered state treasuries and banks to close their books to day and furnish lists of the devalued banknote denomina tions they have on He also ordered banks to list fixed and current deposit accounts exceeding Police guarded all Some businessmen refused to accept the devalued Most tradesmen closed their shops after the The Pintu Ketjil area in downtown largest trade center and considered a nest for speculative hot money was See Page 2 QUESTION TIMELY 25 UP A message on the outdoor bulle tin board of the Forest Avenue Presbyterian church here Too hot to go to church What about hell Reds Stage Laos Terror War 25 JP Communist rebels are a psychological war of terror with little actual fight ing in the royal province of Luang a defense min istry spokesman said He said that rebels had thrown including those of chil into the Nam Seng River to terrorize the Rebel some of Ihem un have reached as far south as Pak 35 miles above the royal capital of Luang Prabang to reestablish the Communist Pathet Lao political and propaganda he Some 50 families Monday were reported fleeing Luang Prabang as reports of approaching rebels touched off some panic In the Rebels have infillrated almost In a complete circle around the target province of Sam Neua in the spokesman In 4 Military maps indicated the rebels occupied indentations on each side of the province reach ing to Huamong and Ba Pakha which are only 18 miles The spokesman said Viet namese refugees in Thailand are well organized and some bands of them are crossing the Mekong River into Laos to reinforce Ihe I am amazed at the liberty with which they have been able to organize themselves in Thai he Informed sources reported earlier that about Viet namese refugees living in Thai land were crossing the Mekong River into Many proCommunist Loa tians fled to Thailand during the fighting in Indochina in the early 1950s and the Laos govern ment refused to take them A Pathet Lao battalion which deserted in June rather than integrate with the government now is operating on the rebels southeast wing in Sam Neua the spokesman The Vietnamese from Thai land were reported moving up Ihe Nam Muone River Valley as Pathet Lao is the name of the Redled political party that held Sam Neua until two years ago when it agreed to a truce with the Other Vietnamese from Thai who have already been recruited into a the spokesman are crossing Svannakhet Province and head ing toward the North Viet Nam border where a regiment is stationed at Huong The spokesman said head quarters in Sam Neua is confl dent of holding the town of Sam Neua despite infiltration and that there is little chance o Ihe royal capital of Luane Pra bang being It would take two full regl ments to reach as far as Luang the officer Government troops have been sent to occupy the area beyont Pak east of on the main road to the south along the Mekong where a polio post was abandoned Saturday The spokesman said only sb policemen were stationed at th post and that they scatterei when the rebels moved through This in line with governmen orders to disperse and US guerilla 25 UP Chi Communist presiden of North Viet left Pelping by plane for home today afte See Page 2 looming Grove Woman Killed Hear Lamesa Ruby o Blooming was fatally in ured late Monday two mile outh of Lamesa when Ihe carry Iruck occupied by Mrs Dozier and her Ivai Lester figured in olllslon wilh another Dozier suffered several brok n ribs and other bu is condition was reported im iroved at the Lamesa hospita uesday The body o Dozier was at the Higgin lotham Funeral Home but wi ie returned to Blooming Grov Tuesday by the McCormic Funeral Sheriff Rufus Pevehouse wa elephoned Monday night abou he crash and was advised tha i wrecker from Lamesa raise he smashed truck and foun Doziers body under th The extent of th njuries and the name of th other driver was not avallafr The Doziers are reported t have been en route to Arizon on a vacation County Commissioner and Mr iammie neighbors o he Dozier left for La mesa Monday night after hea ng of the Surviving are her husband o Blooming Grove two daughter Qullla Van Bloom ng and Patsy Lan and other Funeral arrangements are in new billion dollar compro mise housing bill was approv d today by the House Banking The measure Is a substitute or the bill vetoed arlier this session by Presi ent The House Committee stamp d approval on the Senatepass d housing substitute by a 194 without hearings and ithout The bill does not entirely sat sfy committee Republicans ho dislike a number of admin strationopposed But Gordon McDonough R indicated after the com mittee acted that there is little hoice this late in the Albert Rains hairman of the Housing sub ommittee said he planned to go directly to the House Rules Committee with a request for ilearance to the The four committee members rating against the bill were Re Edgar Hies and said the Repub ican opposition was in protest against inclusion of authority for additional public housing Sponsors took the committee action as assurance of getting a lousing bill through before Con jress goes But House leaders were no hurry to get It to the floor be fore the closing hours of thi possibly late next week Rebuffed once by the Presi dent with his leaders plan See Page 2 Corsicanans Injured In Dallas Crash Seven persons were injured In a series of crashes Involving several automobiles in county Tuesday about 9 NJC BOARD HIRES TWO CHECKS PLANT Navarro Junior College board trustees hired two instructors onday at a meeting t the The two new eachers replace one who Is on leave of absence and another ho had Dutton and atrick Joseph Murphy were ected to the faculty lo replace lecfl Williams and Beryl Bailes will take the position ormerly held by Williams in he business administration de He is from East Tex s State College at Commerce nd is 32 years of He is narried and Is a member of the dethodlst His home Is a member of the Episcopal will take the lace of who the social science He completed his graduate work the University of Texas in including several Corsicana and Juenger 923 West First ar Memorial Hospital here wit Juengerman In critica Jungermans con dltiori is listed as Willie Jackson and Anzi both of Cor were Injured bul ap parently were not hospitalized The Juengermans wer brought to Memorial in a slat highway patrolescorted an arriving here at 10 Reports from Dallas count are that Adell 50yeai old Is in Parklan Hospital but her condition not Mrs Joe 1910 Danub is in fair cond tion in Ihe Gaslon Avenue Hos pilal as is her 4yearold daugh Joan who suffered a broke The extend of Mr Brickells injuries are not ye A 1953 Dodge automobll driven by Adell was reported trave Ing north on Highway and witnesses said the car wa believed caused by blownout It was state the Dodge sideswiped a 195 See Page 2 Israel Brands Actions Plain An Israel foreign ministry spoesman today described as pure robbery the reported confiscation of Israelbound equipment and mail by United Arab Republic authorities at Port The spokesman said accord ng to there were Iwo Incidents in the last few confiscation of equipment for the Israel Mcteo ological Services senl from Aus tralia aboard the Norwegian freighter and confisca of ordinary postal matter in route from Australia aboard the Norwegian freighter He said the matter likely will be included In Israels protest tional Postal It will also be included In Lsraels protest when the Inge Toft case is rought up by Foreign Minis ter Golda Melr before the UN General Assembly or Secu rity The Danish frcighler Inge carrying cargo from Israel to the Far has been held over three months at Port Donald Nelson Suffers Stroke LOS 25 Donald Wai Production Board chairman in World War remained un conscious today from a stroke suffered A spokesman at the Hospital of Ihe Good Samarllari said his condition Is former vice presiden of Roebuck and and head of several other corpora was stricken at a honoring him and his bride whom he married las Hostess was Greta wife of aclo Gregory 957 and is just now completing ils two years of military service t Fort He is ingle and 26 years of With the addition of these wo instructors the faculty list t the college is complete for lie coming school Ben president of he also gave tha iQard members a report on the See Page 5 Schools Staff Preparing For Tuesday Start Corsicana public schools of ficially open next Tuesday but teachers administrative personnel anc some students are keeping a busy schedule this New teachers in the system 27 of met with Supt Dana Williams and his staff a 1 Tuesday at the nev administration formei ly the Austin school on Wes First for orlentatlo At Wednesday a eachers in the system will as cmble at First Methodist churc ducatlon building for the sec ond annual proschool work hop which will last througl Saturday teachers will mov D Ihelr respective schools fo a continuation of the work hop and various in Hiding In most schools a gen ral faculty All teachers will be on dut Monday when additional mee1 ngs will be Students wi report for classes Tuesda Church Council Opposes Resuming Nuclear War Abolition Ultimate Goal By EUGENE LEVIN Central Committee of the World Council of Churches urged today that nuclear arms tests remain It said the abolition of war should be the unlimate goal of every coun The Council groups more than 170 Orthodox and Anglican Churches with a fol lowing estimaled at 180 mil The Central a 90 member policymaking said the question of resumption of the tests is one of immediate The United to clear the air for the Geneva nu clear agreed last fall to suspend tests for one That yer ends The Soviet Union is not known to have made any tests since last No We urge the powers not to resume lests in or der that statesmen may have time to achieve agreements and the international situation may not the committee It also appealed to France and other powers which have not made tests yet not to do France has been reported plan ning tests in the Sahara this The holding its annual meeling on this east ern Mediterranean also adopted A report denouncing racial discrimination and antiSemi It urged Christians to rec ognize the right of labor un ions to to participate n legitimate political parties with and to be more sensitive to the economic gulf between the rich white Christian West and the poor colored A resolution calling for a continuing study of the Berlin slluallon by the World Counci Foreign Affairs Another resolution askin for study of an Internationa fund for technical assistance under Christian auspices for At Asia and Latin The nuclear weapons state ment said in part A treaty to cease al space and underground should be ur gently not least since 1 will represent the beginning o specific may lead to measures of disarmament verl fled by international Inspec tlon and and will help to eliminate dreaded risks to health We affirm that no nation Is justified in deciding on ils own See Page S norning and a full workday 1 The scheduled registration o itudents was being complete See Page B Canada Finds Plane Wreckage CAMPBELL 25 wreckage a United Slates Neptune bomb and skeletons of its 11 occupan vere found today on a mou near this Vancouv island It was believed lo have eras ed in A Royal Canadian Air Fon search parly made Ihe report a terse radio message from t level on Mount M Thn ground party from Com RCAF Base went to the ar Monday after Glove an airman stationed at the has eported seeing the wrecka while fishing at Roberts By The Associated Press A possible tropical storm built Tuesday southeast of The Weather Bu au said that if the storm be smes fullfledged It will move ward the Texas The bureau earlier told all iiall boats along the Texas iast to remain in The arnirig included West Louis na The bureau said Conditions favorable for development a tropical storm in a large of squally weather rough 300 miles in diameter over le west central Gulf of At CST the ap roximate center of the squally was 300 miles southeast of if a tropical storm evelops it may be anywhere ithln the squally area arid ould move toward the Texas Highest winds are 35 miles er hour in heavier All Interests along the Texas oast should watch for future ulletlns or See Page 2 Texas Receives MoonBounced Radar Signals 25 UP Radar signals were re icived In Texas today after be hg bounuhed off aby he royal radar establishment the government announc ed A ministry of supply spokes nari said the bleepsounding lignals sent out by the 45foot telescope here were re ceived clearly by a smellier tele cope at the Electrical Engineer Research Laboratory at the University oC The spokesman said the cx leriment was the result of joint nvestlgation by Malvern ex perts and the Texas University scientists Into Ihe nature of the moon1 The experiment is also an extension of studies the British scientists have been making with radar of the surface of the ho It can be regarded as an at tempt to bring the Americans n on their The radar each of 5 microseconds duration and two megawatts were trans mitted at a rate of 250 pulses per IKE TAKING NEW PLEDGE TO EUROPE France Are Major Itinerary Points 25 UP President Elsenhower today ruled out any appeasement in new high level talks with tha Soviet and declared this countrys pupport of western unity in opposing any aggression by force if States Purposes On the even of a historic fly ing trip to to start in the predawn hours the president set out in a state ment the purposes he has in mind To once in the several capitals I shall visit Americas devotion to peace with honor and justice to support western unity in by force if any aggres sion and to preserve the fensive strength required for our common To suggest to each of the responsible officials whom I shall meet that re state our readiness to negotiate realistically with the Soviets any reasonable and mutually en forceable plan for general or special disarmament to make a real beginning toward solving the problems of a divided Germ any and to help in tensions in the world To Remain Secure these No TailHartley For Sieel Ghie NEW 25 IP United Steelworkers President David McDonald said today that use of the TaftHartley Act In the sixweekold steel strike would settle McDonald said that to force the sleelworkers back to the mills for 80 days would leave a festering sore that would scar and irritate labormanagement relations in this vital industry for years to to reiterate Jointly that less of pressure Inducement See Page 5 President Lists Desired Action From Congress 25 President Eisenhower today put debt highway con struction and housing at the top of the list of legislation he said he earnestly hopes Congress will before Elsenhower told a news con ference he also hopes Congress will enact effective labor re form and sound Civil Rights laws and provide adequate ap propriations for foreign Eisenhower said there will be serious repercussions unless Congress deals adequately with debt highway con struction and He ild a news conference ha Is sending letters to Vice Presi dent Richard Nixon arid Speaker Sam Rayburn of tha House calling for enactment of legislation he regards as need ing attention at this He said he hopes the labor bill finally enacted will general ly follow the House known as the LandrumGrlffin Eisenhower spoke with con siderable feeling in discussing the failure of Congress so far to enact legislation Increasing interest rates on government See Page 2 Khurshchev Gets Top Rank 25 President Elsenhower said today he intends to meet Nikita Khrushchev at the airport when the Soviet premier ar protocol rives here This resolved the question of whether Khrush chev will be received as chief of stale or as head of Ihe So viet If he were to be received as head of under strict protocol he would be wel comed by Vice President Rich ard Eisenhower told a news con ference that as chairman of the Soviet council of Khrushchev in effect Is head of There had been some Indica tions previously thai some Ihlng a little short of the full 1 ceremony might be set up for The was up lo The Presidenl was asked whether he would give a stale dinner for Elsenhower said he didnt know about but that he of help give Khrushchev a There have been published reports that the slale depart ment was disposed to treat Khrushchev as head of govern ment 2 man rather than chief of Since the President will meel Khrushchev at the thereby making his status that of chief of Khrushchev would be entitled to a 21gun salute ralher lhan a 19gun salute accorded a chief of gov Eisenhower expressed an noyance over criticism of his decision to return Khrushchevs visit later this Former President Harry Tru man in a newspaper article pub llshed today questioned the wis dom of Elsenhowers The President did not mention Tru He said he invlled Khrush chev to this country for sev eral First of he he want ed to explore for himself the question of whether Khrush chev Is ready to take steps to reduce world he he wanled Khrushchev lo see wilh his own a free peo pie living and Eisenhower said the mere fact that a number of people lave opposed the exchange of particularly Elsenhowers decision to go to was one of the lessons Khrushchev can learn in this He said this would show that Americans have the right to heir own opinions and that they are at liberty to express The President remarked as of and In the absence of unforeseen he las committed himself to go to Told that some people have expressed the view that going to Russia might erode the presidential Eisen wer did not He said the next President would be free to make his own decisions In such matters and that thert could be no erosion of presiden tial even though there could be some erosion of his He snld his decision to ex change visits with Khrushchev resulted from his desire to seek out some little avenue to ward a better world Protocol people in the stats See Page B   

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