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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - August 29, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                4 t THE WEATHER LOCAL fair and warm through Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 j 13 1 3 I 80 02 94 95 86 Complete Weather Beport en Market Morning LiAht If LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE Most Securities and Commodities Are Closed on 72 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS COULD TmS BE STRIP lit tle girls appear to be playing a game of strip maybe its that way because of a heat wave in At any AP photo Wi grapher Horace Cort found this scene when he came home from work with camera in His Malisa seems to be winning all the The apparent loser is Corts Becky AP Wirephoto EISENHOWER IAINS REST ATBALHORAL Tough Problems Confront Two West Leaders Water Bill Veto Blasted 29 JP cries on Capitol evoked by veto of the water projects signalled a serious threat today to Presi dent Eisenhowers record of never having a veto Speaker Sam Rayburn D said an attempt would be in the House to override the veto of the Reaction to news of the veto Friday was quick and Neal Smith DIowa said Eisenhower spends time at golf courses but wants no lakes for common And Olin Johnston D said he doubted Eisen hower knew about the After he is in Johnston No doubt his ghostwriters did it White House said Eisen hower vetoed the be fore for Europe this why the announcement was held up until The assistant Senate Republi can Thomas Kuchel of also was He said he regretted the veto because the bill in cludes funds for numerous high y important and indispensable federal projects in The sometimes call ed the pork barrel bill by provides money for proj ects to curb improve nav produce keep up Reaches and reclaim arid land Since these projects often mean construction jobs in congressmans home See Page 8 Say Socialite Married Friday So cialite Gay Hart whose twoday disappearance last month touched off a nation wide was married Fri day night to Stanley Gaines the Newark Evening News re ported The wedding took place at the brides home in Short Hills a day ahead of The pretty 21yearold daugh ter of and Mrs Ralph Hart had planned to marry of But wedding plans became uncertain after the girl She was found in The News said only members of her family attended the wed ding performed by the Herbert rector of Christ Episcopal Support Given Stand By Nehru NEW 29 UP Indian newspapers today greeted Prime Minister Nehrus disclosure of Red Chinese raids across the Tibetan border into Indian territory with huge head lines and approval that a strong stand is being Several papers said the Chi nese aggression appears part of a larger Communist design against the smaller nations of The published in most of these nations look to India for Nothing could be better cal culated to fan fear and despond ency in small countries border ing Tibet than the fearless Negro Hit By Fatally Hurl Reecle eight yearold negro became the ninth traffic fatality in Navar ro county for 1959 late Friday when he died in Memorial hos pital after being struck about by a pickup truck in the 700 block of East Fifth The child suffered a crushed skull fractures and a num ber of dislocations and other in He expired at Friday on XRay The victim is the son of Reecie 221 North Third with whom he liv and Gustavla also of The body was taken to Cal houn Funeral Home but funeral arrangements were incomplete Saturday City officers Gray and Robin son investigated the A 1958 Chevrolet driv en by William Charles 701 East Sixteenth was traveling west on East Fifth avenue when the child is reported have run in front of the A Cor ley ambulance carried the child to the the police re port Average American Pays In Taxes By FRANK CORMIER 29 More than 98 billion dollars in taxes were collected last year by all levels of government in the United This amount ed to S568 for every The Census Bureau said today state and local govern ments reported tax revenues of for their fiscal years that ended during This was a drop of 300 million dollars from On a per capita tax col lections were down from in The recession was respons Thn bureau said the business cut federal tax revenues L vby state and local governments increased their tax take by 1 12 billion dollars largely by raising tax and inaugurating new Government debts of all kinds were increased by riuring the year to The federal debt Jumped to while state and local indebted ness increased five billion dol lars to more than 58 The debt load per person was Of the national debt accounted for and state and local debts Nontax sources boosted total government revenues to up from a year Total gov ernment spending was even higher at Federal tax revenues in fisca 1958 came to a person while state and local governments collected a The federal share a year earlier was while state and local gov ernments collected Uncle Sam got most of his tax money from the individual In come tax a The corporation income tax brought in per capita while excise taxes and customs added See Pace 8 overwhelming by weight of numbers of small detachments of Indian the paper de The Indian Express said It was clear now that the suppres sion of Tibet had brought the Communist threat to the whole of Asia and the Dsmo iratic The lesson is useful to our starryeyed admirers of Peiping for the Communist China ag gression demonstratedi im jefialism is not necessarily n Suropean tha Ex press The Hindustan Times of New Delhi said India wants noth ng from China except respec See Page 8 Laos Trouble Blamed On 29 UP A lommunist Chinese newspaper charged today the United State wants the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization SEATO to Inter fere in the fighting in It has long sought to drag into the SEATO the Ta Kung de The commentary was the sec ond brief reaction from Ret China since Americas decision his week to sent enough new military to revolttroubled Laos to equip an additiona Friday Peiping Radio said th decision endangers peace am would extend the civil Ta Kung Pao called it a dan step and said it has de eriorated the Laotian situa It claimed America createc the tension by encouraging the jaotian government to break the Geneva agreement and by sending in military advisers ant military ROADCEATHS CLIMB FOR 7TH MONTH 29 JP The National Safety Counc reported today that nation traffic death toll in July wa an increase of 130 ove the fatalities in July Th increase was attributed to a per cent increase in motor v hide July was the seventh consec live month in which the high was fatalities exceeded those i comparable months of The traffic death toll at th end of the first seven month was That was 940 death Aug the serene peace of he English Presi ent Eisenhower and Prime linister Macmillan turned to y to a discussion of Western trategy in the cold war deal ngs with The preparing for is talks next month with So let Premier Nikita Khrush arrived shortly after mid ay for a weekend of conferenc s at Macmiiians secluded coun ry Visits Queen The President flew in from Scotland where he had visited vith Queen Elizabeth and her He was met at Benson Airport by At 18 miles from a crowd of several hundred applauded and cheer as Eisenhower stepped from a British jet Crowds heered Eisenhower In the vll ages along the way on the 40 minute drive to There was a brief demonstra outside the gates at Che quers by a few members of the league of Empire Loyalists which never forgave the United States for opposing Britains in vasion of the Suez Canal Zone n Scuffle Ignored There was a scuffle between more than the for th same period in The council estimated disab ing injuries from traffic ace dents in the sevenmonth perio totaled The increase in highwa deaths In July occur re principally in rural th council Of the 940 in crease in deaths in the seve 850 occurred in rui In 529 of the cities had no traffic Th three largest are Rocheste Long an Grand The Council said 247 citie had no traffic fatalities durin the seven The thre largest are Neb and East Orang Blaze Damages Jackson High Macmillan Map Strategy Soviets Agree To Delay Tests Soviet Union has agreed to hold off testing nuclear weapons just as long as the Western powers do and said it hopes this will be The Russians responded to he American and British an nouncements this week extend ng the Western ban on nuclear at least for the rest of he The Soviet government has made official 10 by See Page 4 Papers Urge More Travel By Presidents 29 British newspaper suggested to day that it was time American presidents broke with tradition and did a little more globe trot Americas allies have a right o see more of the man who hold their destinies in his declared the London Daily Tel President Eisenhowers royal reception by London crowds is belated reminder of what a spellbindingly popular personali y the free world has had at its lead for the past seven said the is a man endowed with a smile that lifts mens The supporter ol Prime Minister Macmiiians con servative said i recognized the reasons for lim iting presidential travel to Like a It American President cannot move anywhere without carrying the White House on his the paper demanded are these difficulties irremed iable The role of America in the world has changed so radically In recent years that there sure is a case for breaking with this tradition of relative 1m City Budget Up Tax Charges Same ORSICANA HOME BUILDING ABOVE NATIONAL AVERAGE pledge Premier given Nikita He told a British clergyman in a letter then that Russia was ready to accept the most solemn obligations not be the first to conduct any See Page 8 Ike Might Be Godfather To Royal Infant went around the Scottish Highlands today that President Eisenhower may be godfather to Queen Elizabeths expected aides would not com but the people of the Glens were saying nothing would be more natural than foi the 33yearold Queen to invite the President to the christening or to name For one they the Queen and her husband Prince Philip are on the closest terms of personal friendship with From the moment he arrived at Balmoral Royal familys holiday home the President was treated more like a favorite uncle than visiting head of The expecting her third baby next went to the castle gates to meet him She was his chauffeur on a drive around the estate and across the valley to visit Queen Mother Elizabeth at In the afternoon she poured tea and handed the President cake at a family The President arrived bear ing gifts for the Queen and her Princn Charles and Princess Since this was a personal visit and not a state occasion the nature of the gifts was not Hint India Trip 29 Assistant Secretary of State Andrew Herding said today he had no at all on reports that President Eisen hower may visit India on his way home from Moscow this Berding also said he was unable to confirm reports that Eisenhower would see Kak shmi sister of Indian Judge Asserts School Freedom Good 29 fPI s it unconstitutional for pub Ic school children to sing hear Bible say he lords prayer and observe Christmas and Easter A judge calls those good ques Hawlon a sales iian and the father of three said such practices iolate religious Free enjoyment of religious vorship includes freedom not to his Herbert Heiken School board attorney George Bolles countered that undei hat argument we would have Prime Ministed Nehru and In dian High Commissioner in while on his visit to President Signs New Pensions Bill 29 President Eisenhower today signed a veterans pension bill raising nonservice connected benefits by 10 billion dollars over the next 40 Eisenhower had until mid night next Tuesday to and there had been some speculation that he might veto The Whte House announced the President signed the measure at the country home of British Prime Minister Har old Macmilian near where the two are holding diplomatic The bill will have two princi pal effects when it takes effect July It will make World War II and Korean War widows eligible for pension on the same basis as World I It will put the benefits of ail veterans and their depend ents on the pension rolls in the future on sliding scale as determined by need througl income The first feature will mea an additional cost of about 2 billions between now and year The second is expec ed to bring a 12 billion Thus there Is a net increase cost of 10 billion to b aded to the 105 billion dollar of benefits under present law for the next four Budget Director Maurice I Stans offered stiff opposition t the bill before the Senate F nance Committee because of it increased But the bi passed both branches by ove whelming World War II and Korea widows will be able to get pen sions if the husband served a lepst 90 days and received a honorable They wi be subject to the new sliding scale payments of the No veteran nor dependen See Page 8 NEW 29 SpU orsicana more tlian its own home building erformance of the prior well as that of most other with new produc on locally amounting to in market Facts and figures on the local ousing part of a na survey covering some 000 have just been by the Department f Labor through its Bureau of abor The report for Corsi a total of 140 new dwell ng units begun or authorized uring as against 129 in IB previous The figures pply to rionfarm luildings and do not Include lublic It was an increase of 8 per attained despite the fact hat the country was still in he throes of depression during he first half of the The extent of the recovery ocally was a strengthening fac tor in the local pro iding work for people in the building trades and outlets for suppliers of building materials Related to the local popula the volume of construction scheduled in Corsicana was equal to new dwellings per o cease opening with a the Slate prayer and radicate from our coins the ords in God we Chamberlain filed in Dadc bounty Circuit Court a petition sking for a halt to religion in ie Judge Fritz Gordon said he suit raised a good constitu ional question and Indicated he vill not dismiss Farmer osts Decline 29 TJ farmers received foi rops and livestock dropped one lalf of 1 per cent in the month nded the Agriculture department said The departments monthl arm price report also showec he cost of supplies purchased ly farmers fell onethird of 1 iftr cent during the Farmers returns in mldAug ist averaged 80 per cent of pari This compares with 81 pel cnt in midJuly and 85 per ent in midAugust a year See Page 8 Worth Negro Charged With Bribery Effort A Fort Worth negro man aged charged with attempt ing to bribe highway was being held in county jail Saturday morning pending appearance before the grand Jury which meets nex He was identified by officers as Bond was set at The man was placed in jal early Friday night after Pa trolman Vornon Crook reported that the negro offered him 20 bill to let him continue his journey northward on Highway 75 just north of Crook said the man voluntar lly signed and dated the bll which is being held as evidence The suspect later signed a state ment admitting attempted bri Crook Crook stopped the 1954 Fore nt for He reported that the driver pre senled a drivers license belong ing to another person and then made the bribe The sus pect had a considerable amoun of money on his Crook Complaints were accepted b County Attorney Jimmy Mor Fines of and costs for driving with license suspended and using another persons 11 cense were assessed by Justici The defendan paid off on The brlberj case was to be transcripted to district Many Inocnlaiec Friday Clinic A total of 354 immunization ere given at the Friday after noon clinic at the Corsicana Navarro county health There were 244 polio shotF 75 for diphtheriawhoopin cough and 35 smallpox im Corsicanas proposed 195960 which was presented riday night to the City Com anticipates increases in oth revenue and expenditures ver the current but with o hike in either taxes or serv ce Immediately upon receiving he budget from City Manager Morgan Works In special ion Friday at sea the ommlssion set the public budg t hearing for at the end of consideration if agendaed business at the reg ular meeting on that The new budget anticipates ncome from all sources of an Increase of iver the 195859 figure of and anticipates expenditures during the next fiscal year of for an increase of over the estimated cur rent years expenditures of Filed simultaneously with 31ty Secretary Alton Justiss or public Inspection at city the new years budget shows an anticipated total of cash on hand at the beginning of the new year 1 of 93 which is down from the 1958 beginning cash total of Income and expenditures are predicated on the tax See CITY Page 4 Huge Typhoon Slams Formosa 6 Known Dead A monster typhoon with1 144 mile winds struck Formosa to killing six persons In this Chinese Nationalist capital with is advance A slate of emergency was declared throughoutthe Island already hard hit by floods and an earthquake earlier this The typhoon wasdescrib id as the worst In the memory of The named Joan liad a radius of 200 As it thousands of persons fled their flimsy homes n Northern Formosa for the jreater security of brick build More than persons mov ed to schools and other public julldlngs In Another 600 were moved to places of greater safety at the nearby Port of TOP AUDITORIUM ARE GUTTED QuarterMillion Estimated Cost Of Replacement A disastrous whose origin itill had not been determined at midday and which vas fought vigorously for sev en hours before being snuffed gutted the entire second loor and twolevel auditorium if Jackson High The school Is located at 028 East Fifth Board Called Superintendent Dana Wil at the scene through most of the fires es imated replacement cost be tween and In mrance to building and con exclusive of covered of the The school board of trustees vas called into emergency ses sion at noon Saturday to deter mine what would be done to provide temporarly classroom Instruction for displaced students of the Fire Stubborn Discovered about 11 Fri day and reported initially as a near Jackson blaze stubbornly resisted he efforts of firefighters and an unknown number of negro men and high school boys and white Chief said the blaze was considered out at 6 but a tired and grimy standby crew remained on the until midday extinguishing isolated pockets of fire as they or blazed up anew in the smouldering secondstory Chief Ticman said he had not ascertained the cause of the and would not speculate as to its He how that he did not believe Sec Page 4 Gas War Flares DALLAS fullscale gasoline price war ap peared in the making here Saturday with charges as low as cents a Major stations slashed their pump prices to cents for regular and cents for premium to keep pace with independents who were going still Mos independents today peggci prices at cents for regula with some dropping to cents a gallon and in at least one Iso lated cents a gallon See Page 4 Delay Classes For Ml Negro Students Week The board of trustees of Cor sicana public schools In an emergency session it noon Sat urday voted to delay the open ng of schools for all negro stu dents until the day after Labor This was the first and para mount recommendation by Dana Williams following the astrous fire late Friday night which gutted the entire second floor and auditorium of Jack son High the board an nounced that it would proceed with plans immediately to re store the damaged Jackson More detailed plans will be mapped out at meetings of the board next starting prob ably Schools would have normally opened The school systomss architect See Page 4 Integration Front Activities Renewed NEW LEGION after their election to We top posts in the American Legion at the national convention In Minneapolis are Alexander the new president of the Legion and Martin the new Legion CAP Wirephoto By The Associated Press Three North Caroline cities have started integration for the first time this year while ne groes have been turned down In attempts to enroll at schools In and Federal judges ordered Inte gration at the elementary school level In a Kentucky county and extended desegregation to a elementary The Durham school board ad mitted eight negroes to four white schools Friday making the school system the seventh In the state to be de segregated In at least a limited The eight negroes were the only ones approved for reassign ment to white schools from a total of 225 Earlier in the day 11 negroes began classes with white pupils at two crowded elementary schools at Everything went just as smooth as said the prin cipal of one The negroes were among 17 children of personnel at Cherry Point Marine Air Base accepted Into the Havelock The other six start classes Two negroes have been ad mitted to white schools at High Point and begin classes next Limited integration has been In effect for two years at Greensboro and Win A negro chil dren of personnel at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base will tend an integrated school near Goldsboro for the second In other developments Fri a federal judge at Louis ordered integration at elementary schools In Union county where violence occurred in About 50 negroes ara expected to apply for admis sion to Sturgls elementary school See I   

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