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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - September 1, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy Wednesday with widely scattered thunder storms no important temperature Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 I 12 1 8 84 88 91 I 83 95 9G Complete Weather Report on Market Bmof Marring UjUrtf LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er general govern ments hit histnrlc trading CHICAGO nearby months Sep tember well Oats Mostly higher short to 40c higher top steers steady to 25c higher top 74 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS PLAYGROUND OF DEATH Youngsters are shown In play ground in Hells Kitchen area on New Yorks West Side where only a few hours before two 16yearold boys were fatally stab bed in a gang One Robert reached his apartment on second floor of light apartment building in back ground before falling Body of other Anthony was found in a hallway of apartment building at AP Wirophoto New York Gets State Help Offer 1 IT Voicing alarm over mounting teenage violence in the Nelson Rockefeller stepped into the situation to day to see if the state can help local authorities combat summoned his executive staff to an afternoon discussion of the outburst of which cost the lives of four youngsters in a week Heavy Traffic Over Holiday ill 450 1 National Safety Council esti mated today that traffic acci dents might kill 450 persons during next weekends three day Labor Dny The covering 78 hours from fi Friday to midnight Monday local It 30 higher than the actual toll for Labor Day weekend last The council said virtually all tho 71 million motor vehicles in the United States are ex pected to be on the roll ing up about seven billion miles of during the Last ft esti mated 68 million vehicles went billion miles on Labor Day While posting its expectation of 450 the council It is entirely reasonable to hope that the toll can be held far below such a figure in close to the toll of 3fiO immediate deaths that would be expected for a three day nonholiday weekend at this time of The council urged upon motorists sobriety and obedi Ifice of traffic and left a number of others in I am alarmed both in the terms of human suffering and about all of these young peo pie getting off on the wron foot in he I am deeply concerned botl as governor and as a parent and I know all of the families in the state are concerned about this trend Weve got to mobilize more effectively the forces of pri state and local Police Commissioner Steph en Kennedy already has shifted extra police to pa trol duty from other jobs in a sweeping move to halt th bloody He announced the move Mon Page 8 Gang Of Negro Rapists Caught A gang of negro rapists which preyed on white women has been rounded up and four of its mem bers will be charged with rape and robbery Detective Leo Woelfel Their names were withhelt pending the issuance of forma One 23yearold member o the Woelfel said after their arrests Monday was iden titled at a showup by four vie Urns and later admitted raping 13 white women and then rob bing The rapes occurred during a 6month period late in 1951 and early In Woelfel said the gang drove around the city during the early morning hours looking for women who were out He said that each man in the car usually raped the woman and shared in the robbery Crisis May Force Nehru Cabinet Change Averted Strikes Help Labor Picture SHUTDOWNS AVERTED BY AGREEMENTS Steel Deadlock Continues Rail Unions Ask Hike By The Asosclated Press The nations labor darkened by the long and costly steel strike and its effect on al lied appeared a little brighter today as threatened walkouts were averted in three major Agreements were reached Mon day night as strike deadlines neared in the glass and meat packing They ended possible walkouts of more than Already idled by the steel strike are a half million steelworkers and some other workers in allied Others Ended Also on the brighter side were the ending of two strikes involv ing more than workers and the 24hour postponement of a threatened walkout against Pan American At a general wage settlement giving Good year Tire Rubber employes a 10 cent an hour wage increase was announced by the compa ny and the United Rubber The settlement must be rati tied by a majority of locals rep resenting a majority of the un ions membership in the compa nys 11 The old con which exported at mid night provided for straight time hourly wages of See Page 2 Enrollment In White Schools Down Slightly A total of white stu dents had enrolled Tuesday morning in the Corsicana Inde pendent School district schools the first day of it was announced at the office of Dana superintendent Enrollment was continuing Tuesday and will be increased Tuesday afternoon and Transfer dif ficultes and other matters were ascribed as cutting down the early Tuesday At noon a year opening the white enroll ment was it was Negro schools will not begin classes until a week from to due to the burning of Jackson High School building Friday night The extra week is being usec to change arrangements for The Corsicana board of edu cation met Tuesday at 1 at the office of the superintend ent at the Austin building on West First Enrollment by schools Senior Drane Junior High Collins Junior Robert Sam Hous ton James Bowie 383 James B Fuels Probe Sparks Pentagon Attack Lavish Paris Welcome Set By GEORGE McAHTHUB 1 UP A red1 carpet longer than a football field will be rolled out at Le Bourget Airfield Wednesday in a Lavish welcome for President From the moment he steps on the 131yard carpet Eisenhower will be engulfed with French affection and champagne The reception for the Ameri can liberator of France is ex pected to exceed any in post war Paris with the possible ex ception of that for Queen Eliza beth II during her visit here In It will far surpass that on Eisenho s last trip here two years ago when he came to a NATO That was not an official visit to France and there was little This will be the first visit of an American President since Woodrow Wil came after World War t But though the Elsenhower visit is likely to be a spec tacular feast for the his talks with President Charles de Gaulle seem so far as the French are con for dungeonlike se At Elysee De Gaulles office said no briefing has been foreseen for the I doubt if there will be The spokesman added that James Eisenhowers press might be hold ing The Elysee press office said that it would be available to answer questions about the menus and guest lists for of ficial luncheons and But we will know nothing about political a spokesman quickly Facilities have been arranged in Paris for the President to hold a news But there has been no announcement thai it will br So reporters who complain ed In London that they got only crumbs of information may find that their fare In London was a full course meal compared with what they will get In Underlying the welcome to Eisenhower is De Gaulles de sire to restore French grandeur and bolster his political position In the He wants Eisen hower to see at first hand a new Government workers will be given time off to line Eisen howers routes through the city Private firms have been told to do The newspaper broke out bannerllnes and oil wartime photographs of Eisen hower to stir up popular en The famed Champs Elysees which leads to the Majesti Arch of will be flag A 101gun salute from guns near Napoleons tomb will boom out as Eisen hower enters He will be flanked by 64 whitegloved motorcycle The rooftops will be guarded by An equa number of plalnclothesmen wll be on the streets to reinforce a solid line of policemen along the Elsenhower will plunge into a tight work schedule of with De Gaulle almost the mo ment he arrives for his three day The 68yearold gen one month younger than will be at the air port to greet the The first night Eisenhowe will sleep at the old Foreign Ministry mansion on the Qua D Orsay the apartment used by Hermann Goerlng during the See Page 2 Ike Balks At Quick Summit Meeting Escapi Saturday Last Day For Filing In City Race City Secretary Alton Justlss the Inlerested public oday Is he deadline for candidates to ile for the vacancy on the City Commission to be filled by a special election on Citizens are reminded also hat city hall offices are now closing all day on Saturday un der a policy recently set by City The city secretary will be out of the city most of but will have some application forms with him at lis He urged anyone who might e contemplating filing for the city race to do so by Two candidates are already n the race for the unexpired ortion of the term of the late Tred Blucher which runs to They are Sam Wer retired railroad ticket and Karl ac countant formerly with Bethle hem Steel Ballots will be printed on 15 and absentee voting will jegin con tinuing through Royal Couple eBomb PHNOM 1 The king and queen of Cambodia narrowly escaped death Monday night when a bomb disguised as a gift went off at the royal Three of the palace staff were killed and three others King Norodom Suramarit and Queen Sisowath Kossanak look ed on as the acting protocol Prince Norodom Vakri but soon A few seconds after the cou ple left the a loud ex plosion shook the building and through the walls and floor of the Prince Vakrivin and a ser vant were killed The kings valet died during the Industry Value Up For County Industrial valuations in Na varro county show an increase of this County Auditor John George report ed This years Jndustrlal valua tions total as com pared to last Ethel county tax reported Tues day that she had received all industrial renditions from the countys Industrial tax Thomas Pickett of and that a change In some of the valuations is Industrial property includes utility COUNTY AGENTS DUE HIKE UNDER PROPOSED BUDGET County commissioners in their regular meeting Tuesday morn ing took under consideration a request for a new temporary deputy for the tax assessor collectors office and heard from a delegation of women from var ious home demonstration clubs n the Ethel county tax appeared be fore the board to request that she be delegated funds to hire corporations and industry in Still said she expected a considerable tax increase on the Denton Bomb Shelter Funds Are Approved 1 President Eisenhower signed today bill appropriating to build an underground bomb shelter for the Office of 3ivil and Defense Mobilization regional headquarters In Den Word of this action in London was Normal operations of the Denton office cover Ok Arkansas and New but the gov ernment itself could be admin stered from Denton in an emer In recommending that Con gress provide funds for Denton President Eisen hower noted that the project would serve as a prototype for hose ultimately planned for the seven other regional civil defense headquarters In the na The twolevel underground structure is expected to have a normal complement of 200 About 140 would be OCDM the remainder representatives from federal departments and agencies which carry on essential civil ian The 200 persons would con duct the peacetime daytoday operations of the OCDM throughout the The shelter would be equip See Page 2 Seaman Facing In Fines A Merchant seaman faces up to 550 days on the City Prison Farm today to serve out in fines for traffic tickets Is sued against him since Police arrested Edward Tay after his automobile struck a parked car Saturday Records show he had five warrants outstanding for driv ing without an operators per one for one for running a red and one for negligent In Saturdays collision he was ticketed for failure to stop and give negligent col lision and operating without a valid Corporation Court Judge Abe Levy fined him In connec tion with that incident and 050 for prevnous another employe during the rush period of 15 to She suggested a salary of per day which Is per day more than has been paid temp orary deputies on some previous She said It would be hard to acquire an experienced temporary deputy for per Still gave as the reason for hei request the fact during this period her office is overburdened with She listed new requirements for the registration of trailers and an anticipated Increase In the pay ment of poll taxes as two rea sons another deputy will be She pointed out that one more employe Is urgently needed to See Page 2 New York Bank Boosts Prime Lending Rate NEW First National City Bank of New York today boosted the prime lending from 4 12 to 5 per effective Imme The prime rate Is a basic money market charge and her alds an Increase in other inter est charges all along the The prime rate Is what banks charge their biggest customers with the best credit Five per cent Is the highest rate In 28 It was Increas ed last May from 4 to 4 12 per Similar action by other major banks across the country was The hike in the prime rate came as no Money had been growing tighter and de mand for business loans has increased The start of the fall season brings wholesal ers and retailers Into the mon ey market to finance accumula tion of Inventories for the fall and Christinas Commodity dealers and food processors also step up their bank borrowing to finance pur chase of The increase in lending rates to business will lead Inevitably to higher borrowing costs for 1 Three House Space Committee members contended today that the Pentagons abortive pro gram to develop a supcrpower ul airplane fuel proves the need for a sweeping reorganiza ion of the entire defense estab Sisk said that until recently he had not agreed with proposals that all three major armed services be merged into one he the time ins come to clean up the whole situation in the to put everyone in one uniform and determine who Is responsible for Joseph Kath D Vlinn WVa Poland Gets Reich Apology 1 UP Konrad Adenauer marked the 20th anniversary to day of Hitlers Invasion of Po land with an apology to the Poles for the Nazi He expressed belief that the new Germany will one day be a good neighbor of The 83yearold chancellor broadcast his message of peace and friendship Monday His remarks reflected the new friendly attitude he has adopted toward Communist East Europe since he talked with President Eisenhower last Hitler Looses Mighty Legions On Sleeping Nazi Armed Forces Strike Ediiors Note It was to have been peace in our but for months the world waited and eyes foused on Hitlers Would he give the word 20 years ago it came and with It the end of a Here an Associated Press correspondent who cov ered Ihe momentous events vividly recaptures the scene Jhc first of three articles on outbreak of World War By EDWIN SHANK E AP Staff Writer Berliners awoke early on the morning of Sept to the blare of brassy military marches on their radios instead of gay waltzes and soft Theyve havent they my German asked landlady And in a moment she had her Fanfares burst forth on the A solemnvoiced announc er read Adolf Hitlers order of the day to his airforce and navy to meet force with Hours while the Poles Nazi armored col umns and the Luftwaffe had struck at The World War took my hus my landlady Im afraid thisone will take my war Hes somewhere on that Polish you She turned to her troubled about what the future For Germans sensed that Hitler intended to go to The Nazi propaganda ma steadily building up a series of alleged frontier inci had seen to But at the same most Germans had hoped the war tension would all end In another ol Hitlers diplomatic blitzes as in the case of the Rhineland Czecho slovakia and The hope was shattered on that late summer Relative telephoned relative friend called on Die you hear from Hans lately Is he in the East Erich was called up this The military requisitioned our Do you think It will last long What will England and Franco do Will America act the West will come to terms with Hitler when he shows his military power by crushing So the German mind began resigned as usual bu See Page 5 and Ken endorsed Hechler D Sisks state Slsk spoke out after John deputy director of defense research and engineer said the Pentagon hasnt a final decision regard ng the fuel a onetime high priority project that has cost some 240 million The program In scuttled last month when the Navy and Air Force terminated contracts for further produc ion of boron the basic Ingredients for fuels de signed to give extra zip to supersonic bombersand fighters The termination resulted in shutdowns of two brand new boron both built at gov See Page 2 Masked Gunmen Steal Vials 01 Polio Vaccine Health officials were puzzled and shocked today by the theft of shots of emergency Salk vaccine sent here to help check a polio Officials said four masked gunmen who robbed a research center of vials Monday would have a hard time selling the though It Is valued at The vaccine must be kept at 40 degrees Fahrenheit or it will degenerate after 48 hours If given then It could cause a violent but doctors said it would cloud over and could be spotted Officials said the theft Is a severe blow to the antipolio With 17 new cases admitted to Montreal hospitals over the the polio total for the year is There have been 30 There was speculation that the robbers planned to sot up a black market The gunmen broke into the laboratory in a Montreal suburb and overpowered watchman Ar tolls Bcland said one of the rob bers talked as though he had knowledge of 1 dent Elsenhower resisted a new bid by Prime Min ister Harold Macmlllan for an early sumlt conference with the Soviet high diplomatic sources reported The American leader instead insisted that any decision on toplevel talks must await the outcome of his meetings with Soviet Premier Nikita Khrush Macmillan went along with Eisenhowers after realizing that the American position was not subject to it was Even up to inform ants the two leaders were trying to reconcile their differ ing approaches to the Macmillan insisted the meet ings of the Big Four foreign ministers in Geneva justified the calling of early summit Eisenhower He took the view that the Communist refusal to confirm allied rights of occupation in See Page 5 Mavarro Hills Pact Siped By Army Secretary The Secretary of the Army has signed the contract with the Trinity River Authority covering a water supply for 9orsieana in the Navarro MIIU the Chamber of Commerce has been In a telegram signed by Sena tors Lyndon Johnson and Ralph Yarborough and Congressman Olln the was informed that the signing of the contract completes action on the arrangement This action occurred Monday despite President Elsenhowers veto last week of the Harbors and Rivers Appropriation Bill In which the Navarro Mills re servoir was listed for one mil lion dollars In construction The president announced he vetoed the entire measure due to his objection to some 60 projects which had not re ceived prior approval of the Bureau of the Budget which had been inserted in the meas SAY MILITARY ARE FEUDING Parliament Not Allowed To Take Up Torrid Issue NEW 1 UP Chamber Manager Dick Knight said Tuesday that he Is See Page 5 Irons Quitting Insurance Post Price Daniel faces today ap pointment of a new member of the State Board of David Irons said Monday he has asked Daniel to accept his He probably will Icnvc the board I told the governor I would like to be relieved of the respon sibility so that I might enter Irons I have not offered any written The governor asked me not to make any announce ment or release at this ndian sources said tonight Prime Minister Nehru may up his cabinet to solve a reported clash batween De ense Minister Khrlshna Menon and his three military service chiefs over The beset by Red Chinese aggressive was thrown Into crisis by hat controversial time Indian delegate to ths United has offered to quit and that the navy and air force staff chiefs art Changes Indicated Informants close to the In dian White the residence of President Rajendra said Nehru may announce resignation of his full cabinet to parliament Then he might announce formation of a new cabinet eaving out Menon or giving ilm a new these formants Official confirmation was lack Monbn Evasive himself when queried4 about reports of his proffered resignation said Is that soTia said it Top governing congress parVi ty leaders In parliament they had heard Menon had giv en Prime Minister Nehru a let ter containing his own resigna tion and giving JWhrii a hand to deal with the The report of the resignations of the service chiefs was carried by a There was no Immediate offl See Predict Penalty Against Texas For Going GOP may lose up to eight of Its votes In the 1980 Democratic nation al convention because of Republican leanings in the an Austin American story said Probable efforts to curtail Texas and the Souths delegate voting strength In the I960 Democratic national convention have been predicted for a meet Ing of the Democratic National Committee called by Chairman Paul Butler In wrote Raymond political reporter and editorial writer of the National Committee members Byron Skelton of Temple and Frankle Randolph of Hous ton Ed Connally of state Democratic chairman and Max Brooks of state vice will attend the Washington Texas in 1956 had 66 dele gate votes of which 8 were bonus Brooks See Page 8 Say Trio Dominican Agents 1 Three former officials of Mu tual Broadcasting System were accused today of accepting 000 to put out political propa ganda favorable to the Domini can Republic over the radio net The accuaation was made In an indictment charging them with failure to register with the Justice Department as agent for a foreign William Rogers a nounced that the returned by a Federal Grand named the following International Financier Alex ander Guterma who was Mu tuals president during the early months of this year Hal Roach former Mutual board chairman Garland Culpepper one time director of the MBS radio The indictment named as co but not as de MBS and Radio News Service described as having been organized by the three indicted Mutual Also named as a coconspira tor was Otto an official of the Dominican Republic gov In New Robert Hur president of is sued this statement The present management of the Mutual its owners and employees have no know ledge of our connection with the matters Involving Roach or Mutual Broadcasting System and none of Its present person nel are Involved in these pro The indictment charged that Roach and Culpepper obtained from the Dominican government In early February of this year on an understanding that Mutuals radio facilities in the United States would be used to dis seminate political propaganda favorable to the Dominican Re The indictment said the lor elgn principals who were to be represented in this country by the three Mutual officials were Generalissimo Rafael Leonidas Trujlllo Por firlo Rublroaa and the Domini can Republic Trujlllo Is the longtime Dominican Republic one of his chief was formcraly attached to the Dominican Republic Embassy Rublrosa is a wellknown fig ure In international night club He was once married to wealthy Barbara At the time of the alleged employment of the Mutual Rublrosa was the Dominican ambassador to He is now ambassador o Roach and Culpep per resigned from Mutual last Mutual underwent bankruptcy reorganization July Guterma Is already under two federal Indictments In New York City on charges of falling to make required reports to the Securities and Exchange Com mission In connection with hU International operations in high Todays Indictment continued three counts of falling to regis ter as foreign and con splrlns to wilfully fall to regis ter Mutual as a foreign Each count possible maximum penalties of five years Imprisonment and a The first count of the Indict ment named Guterma and The other two See Page 8 P   

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