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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - August 31, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Tuesday with widely scattered thunderstorms no important temperature Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 I 12 I 1 I 3 73 79 81 S3 1 84 85 86 OompleM Weather Beport on Market 3 Hflmtof tht Daily SunandSemlWtrtly Morning LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW 31 selective governments slip to mill CHICAGO firm nearby months late rally in September light to 25 cents higher top steers steady to 25 cents higher top FIVE CENTS President Urges Broader Contacts For All People ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Lone Major Point Stymies Labor Bill Conferees WANT END TO JUVENILE GANG WARFARE procession moves along New Yorks lower U2ast Side streets in a mass appeal for an end M jto gang warfare in the Some 250 moth ers were joined by the clergy and members of Augustines Episcopal observing Fes tival of The demonstration came amid news of telephone threats against Hector whose brother was fatally stabbed in an outbreak of youth gang Nehru Rejects Force Use 31 Prime Minister Nehru today ruled out any immediate use of force against Chinese Commu nist troops charges have Indian teirtairy the Tittan Kehru rejected a suggestion In Parliament that the Indian Air Force bomb a road the Chi nese reportedly have built across Uninhabited territory in the La dakh sector of Kashmir Countries should not go to war without examiningother ways to setWe Nehru told Parliament in re jecting the bombing suggaslion by members of the Praja So cialist A The Chinese moved into the edge of Ladkh and built the road in Members anprily pointed out that Peiping had ignored Indias comp about their intrusion into dakh since last They asked what the government pro posed to Send more Neh See Page 2 First Aid Arrives In Laos 31 first load of the new military aid for the Loa tian armed forces Is made up of pairs of The for Laotian troops operating against Communist led rebels in northern ar rived in Vientiane today aboard a chartered The rest of the equipment un der the new aid World War II small clothing and is due Aid officials said troops op in the jungled moun tains wear out a pair of shoes In three months and the army needed Most Integration Fronts Are Calm By The Associated Press Rumors that negroes would attempt to enroll at white schools in a rural Alabama county failed to materialize to day but officers stood by to await possible Police Chief Lloyd Trippett ot in Elmore county 40 miles north of was at the combination ele mentary and high school there h two other He bluntly said he would arrest any negro who tried to Trippett said any negroes who tried to enter a white school would violate a city ordinance Haitian Envoy Quits Havana tis ambassador to Cuba arrived home heightening speculation that relations be tween the two Caribbean neigh bors are at the breaking Cuban Ambassador Antonio Rodriguez Echazabal left Port Au Prince and returned to Ha vana Haitian Ambas sador Arnaud Merceron return ed to Port Au Prince from the Cuban capital Officials escribed the move ment of the two envoys as rou But there was growing be lief the two countries would leave their embassies in the care of lesser officials and that dip lomatic relations might even be banning Integration at public Should two or more be they would be charged with conspiringto vio late city he Schools opened throughout Alabama without In South negroes made a bid to enter white schools in Clarendon county See Page 12 Lethal Attack Brings Charges NEW 31 UP Two youths were formal charged today with homicide in the fatal stabbing of two 16 yearold boys the latest vie Urns of New York City stree They were Jose Frenchy1 a am Francisco Baboo Charlie Cruz a factory both o whom live on the west side o Manhattan but some distanci from the neighborhood of the At least 10 other youths wen also in police They wil be held as material witnesse or charged with unlawful as according to chief o detectives James The victims were stabbed t death shortly after Saturdaj when a gang o youths armed with knives at lacked eight teenagers sitting in a War II Prelude Reviewed AST HUDDLE HELD IN TRY AT SOLUTION Senate Debate On Controversy Slated Shortly 31 UP conferees on the abor regulation bill failed to each agreement at their fore session They sched led another and lastditch meeting in the Showdown Near John Kennedy D the conference chair said he understood that ny move to begin a Senate loor debate on the disputed ssues would be held up pend ng the afternoon We ought to know for sure vhether we can do anything after the meeting this alter he The conferees had before hem this morning proposals of ered by the five House con orces who support the Landrum Griffin bill passed by that Rejected As Written Robert Griffin R made these proposals vhich were pretty much in line vith the compromise the House onferees already had told re lorters last week they would After a seperate huddle among the four Senate Demo 3rats and two House Demo Tats backing the Senate vor iion of the Kennedy old newsmen this group would lot accept the Griffin offer as But when the See LABOR Page 4 2 Jacksonville Bank Employes Given 5 Years 31 UP A fed ral judge assessed pri ion terms today against two women who admitted embez from a Jackson ille Both women pleaded for mercy before Judge Joe Sheehy Weldon told the judge one of her two adopt ed children had 104 degrees o ever this She sale she feared the 6yearold ha Her husband later tolc newsmen he believed It was only a Miss Yola formei assistant cashier of Jackson villes Texas Bank and Trus pleaded that she already lad suffered The judge assessed 5yea on the first two counts charging false entry in the banks The terms wil be served The judge also assessed five with proba tion for five years to begin when the women are released from The suspcncle sentence was on three othe counts one of conspiracy and two more of false Bill Steger said th women could be out of prison with less than a third of th five years served if their con duct is Both wore dark dresses to the sentencing before a packec Neither displayed outward signs of great emotion See Page 2 Editors Note Tuesday is the 20th anniversary of the outbreak of World War Much that went before It Is now forgotten by the older or unknown to the jater Here is a review of the events leading up to as recalled by a man who kept the Associated Press extensive historical notebooks on the By CAKL CRANMER AP Staff Writer The first wagonloads of dead and wounded returned to the German border at dawn Adolf Hitler had announc ed his invasion of Poland a few hours World War with its mountains of The immediate cause was con Irovcrsy over the city of Dan zig and the Polish which Hitler insisted must be reunited to his Third A world steeped in present day tensions finds it difficult to recapture the moods and events of that six signposts pointed to World War the the Spanish Civil Austria and These were the signs that caused Hitler to imagine he could pursue his conquests without real interfer ence from Britain and that he could ignore the United States and the rest of the Each in its illus trated the disunity of world powers and their failure to act in The first aggression was in Manchuria in It began with the Mukden inci dent at Marco Polo A section of track of the South Manchurian railway was blown The blast bore the marks of having been manufactured by the Japanese militarist The Japanese eventually took over Manchuria and put Henry a former Manchu emper on the China appealed to the League of Japan withdrew from the Secretary of State Henry Stimson called for collective but world power was prepared t Four months after Mukden Japanese troops landed at Shang starting a piecemeal wa left undeclared until riding a crest of mass ed swastikas and supported b street rowdies and storm troop came to power in By that time it was clear Ja pan had successfully challenge the Hitlers fellow dicta tor in Benito Mussolin presented the next Eager to avenge old defeat and expand his he a tacked Ethiopia in Th spears and muskets of Ethio plan warriors were no match fo Mussolinis bombing planes an mechanized Mussolinis ambitions directl concerned Britain and France But France failed to suppoi and the League coul only declare economic penaltie against the This lesso was not lost on In Marc RECORD ENROLLMENT DVE IN COLLEGES WASHINGTON A A record teachers for the coming year students will enroll in he nations schools and col eges during the 195960 school and even higher enroll ments are still to the Of ice ot Education reported to An increase of in school enrollment to rom in will mean an even worse teacher shortage than last The deficit of qualified vj Houston Bus Driver Killed By Negro Youth 31 UP Twins Randy and Jimmy 3 years looked at nises during an auto ride across own Sunday and speculated vhich one might be driven by their They didnt know their daddy Joe a bus driver suffered death from two bus gunmen a few hours The griefstricken Adeline told only the couples third The woman is recovering rom cancer surgery and works by day as a beauty operator Franks took the night job driv ng the city bus to be home with the boys in the The couple sold their home about a month Franks to pay her medical bills They rented a little Early Franks ciuiscc northeas passengers Velma Mae See Page 2 Girl Survives Stay In Icebox CINCINNATI UP Dcbby 6yearold who police say spent half n day jammed in side a running is recovering at General Hospita Detectives said they plan to file charges against Thomas who the said admitted molesting the gir before stuffing her into the re Hospital aides said the young stcr was unconscious when brought in early Sunday but re vivcd about three hours Her Kcnnetl discovered her in the refrigerator of an unused apartment next to the Spanglei Spangler and his wife had just returned from a search with police and neighbors fo the Spangler heard i moan from an unused apart ment and Spangler investigated She was practically frozen when I pulled her he is estimated at com pared with a shortage of in Lawrence commis sioner of said 1959 10 will be the 15th consecutive ear in which enrollment has He added this vith attendant problems such as teacher is likely to continue for many Earlier this month the office made public estimates that there will be a shortage of at public school classrooms when the schools Growth Continues Derthwick cited statistics es imating the schoolage popula made up of children aged 5 through at in See Page 12 Legal Liquor Slated Tuesday For Oklahoma down a street in Houston with two OKLAHOMA Oklahomans today 3 preparec to legally come off the wagon for the first time in 52 It is the last full day of a prohibition era which began a statehood November 1907 Legal sales over the counte will begin at 10 Tuesda1 at an estimated 500 package Retailers rushed to go stocks on the shelves as state officials cleared the way fo the new Price cutting by wholesaler and a supreme court fight wcr the only otherwise ripples smooth in anothe Howard Edmondson has called for an era of tcm Elizabeth House of president of th Womans Christian Temperand has asked Oklahoman to pray for protection fron this terrible holocaust of II The clock began running 01 prohibition last April 7 whel Oklahomans voted for repea Nearly three months later th See Page 2 Officials Fear High Weekend Traffic Toll 31 HI Department of Public Safety says 81 pcrsonn may bo killed in Texas truffle accidents La bor Day Director Homer Garrison added the official predic tions are seldom The July 4 prediction of 28 wan ocei Last 30 died during the Labor Day Garrison said 125 additional patrolmen will be on the highways for the 72hour pe riod beginning early CHEERS FOR IKE AND line highway at as President Eisenhower and his British Prime Min ister Harold ride in open Rolls See WAR Page 12 Royce en route to Chequers from Benson air The President and Prime Minister were slated to discuss Western Car has special license plate USA Wirephoto via radio from i in no Damage estimates mounted n to thousands of dollars Monay in the wake of a vicious quail line which ripped across Texas during the Location of temporary quarers for Corsicanas negro school hildren had been soaking ains and spectacular thunder and lightning accompanied the sweep from the north VIonday morning as the toward the southeast Doard worked swiftly to residents told of see he problem raised by the two tornado funnels writhe hat swept through the They pulled ilgh school main building into the main clouds with lay dipping1 to Opening of schools for estimates of the legro students have been Department of Public ed until placed the storm loss in Jlasses for white students Wichita Falls area alone at jpen as scheduled to well to the west To speed up the recovery the South the bat the Dana winds destroyed four crop sonferred with school planes and felled a 300 members by phone radio Officials said morning and was given at the Levelland air ty to proceed with plans amounted to more than acquiring adequate quarters for negro struck a home In Williams said a meeting Charlie outside he board would be held and a barn on a time at which time northwest of body will have a report from levelled both archltectual Preston damage to the Geren of Fort of a new grade school nnc ed by Woody in shattering of plate glass mining if the added up to loss esti ing can be economically Page 4 the following steps have been taken to acquire quar ters for the Inch Rainfall The negro community center and Saint Andrew Masoni Lodge located Over the street from one another East have been leased for classroom Areas Temporary classroom preceded by heavy will be constructed In both dumped more than an these of moisture on most sec Six of the eight sections of Navarro county about elementary about See Page it was an unwelcome sight to some includ Officials cotton it brought relief from a sticky hot spell that saw the temperature reach Find Cause new years in Corsicana High winds were reportec V 1 the but no larlrcnn r serious damage was re waoHami f It was reported that Debris in the firegutted broke a utility line in per floor had been shifted Roane but in other out anything being found as not even a TV antenna to indicate the cause for reported blown Friday premidnlght blaze stations reported more caused a heavy loss to an inch of rain except Jackson High School which reported one it announced Fire Chief Charley to the Unltec said Monday that he had Weather over the building fell on except for the debris filled reports one immediately beneath the Pago 12 ond floor balcony bookroom where the fire Thl extending out into th twolevel had Turns Down in before firemen arrived at th scene Friday The fire chief said he Request probe the mass of charred 31 UP Presi bers and books where the Elsenhower today rejectee of the fire was located that he hold a news the day seeking during his London thingdefinite as to the The decision riled British of the and one called it a de Chief Tieman said when found the cause of the were told in effoc he would make it Prime Minister Macmillan Sheriff Rufus Pevehouso has no plans to hold a ques also is investigating the and answer session with along with school and on Elsenhowers said Monday there was no flna new had been reported as or joint statemen the Eisenhower and RELATIONS NOW AT PEAK Summit Meeting Desire Stressed By Macmillan President Eisenhower called to night among for all broader contacts including hqse behind the Iron as a means of keeping He said relations never have been Macmllliin Frank The President appeared on television alongside Prime Min ister who told the President I have never concealed to you that I have always wanted a summit meeting and with your initiative we may get it under the best Macmillan spoke of some very fine talks with the Presi dent over the Pence Imperative Elsenhower said meeting with Chancellor Konrad Ade Macmillan and French President Charles de Gaulla have as their background al ways that peace is He added If we are to have a Khrushchev must under stand that as you and I If we understand there we can have a summit and I think that as you and I I think some meeting bd War has become so frighten ing In its capacity for destruc tion of the whole civilization that we and I mean all peo as well as statesmen havo the responsibility of making sure that our actions in aft See Page 4 President Gets Spain Request For More Help 31 W Span ish Foreign Minister Fernando Casticlla appealed to President Elsenhower today for an In crease In military and economic aid for In a 25minute meeting with the Spanish envoy also expressed the complete confidence of Generalissimo Francisco Franco in the Presi dents peace mission in Eu The envoy handed Eisenhower a personal letter from presidential press Secretary James Hagerty told news Eisenhower got down at onca to drafting an Hager ty The contents will be released after Franco receives the Hagerty said Castiella and Eisenhower did not discuss the question of Spains admission In to the 15natlon North Atlantio Treaty Organization Secretary of State Christian Herter and the ambas sador to John Davis were with the President during the Castiella See Pago 12 Adenauer Impresses Nikita 31 Senate leaders today rejected a proposal that Congress recess next weekend until 15 and complete its work after Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchevs visit to this Democratic leader Lyndon Johnson of Texas and Republi can leader Everett Dlrksen of Illinois opposed the recess made over the week end by George Smathers Johnson told newsmen he thinks a majority of the Sen ates members want to stay on the Job until Congress has acted finally on labor civil housing and public works My present feeling Is that we ought to stay here until we can give consideration to these sub Johnson Dirksen said he believes it would be more discomodlng to members of Congress to take a recess than to stay in Wash I think we ought to stay right hero until the job is Dirksen Smathers had proposed in a letter to Johnson that Congress take the sixweeks recess start Ing next He pointed to unfinished busl1 stalemate over labor President Eisenhow ers veto of the water projects and a snarl over the cago Lake diversion 31 UP Konrad Adenauer has appealed to Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev to resume talks with the West on control led disarmament involving both nuclear and conventional wea In a personal letter to the So viet leader made public Adenauer advanced disarmament as an area in which EastWest agreement might be Such problems as Berlin and German reunification were push ed Into the Khrushchev In a speech Sun day said Adenauers letter pro duced a pleasant Ha said it was more restrain ed in its tone and In this man ner significantly differed from previous documents of the fed eral German If these words are followed by actions It Is possible to sup pose that wo may overcome that obstacle which separates Khrushchev Khrushchev asked that tha West Germans expand their pro posals for a Ger man peace treaty and the devel opment of GermanSoviet co Adenauers letter replied to Khrushchevs IS note in which he complained about West German rearmament and said that even if West Germany raised the biggest army In West ern it and Its allies would not be as strong as the Soviet Union and its That factor is Ade nauer It is enough for me to know that in global war there will be no victor for whom See Page 4   

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