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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - September 2, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL cloudy with widely scattered thunderstorms through Thursday cooler this afternoon and to Thermometer Readings 8 J 9 10 I U I 12 1 I 2 7iTp74 79 R4 86 8S 1 90 Complete Weather Report on Market HJHottnoflht Daily Morning Ufthtg LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW ular steels and motors Mixed corporates trade CHICAGO short covering and commercial Corn short covering and light processor Oats Higher with Steady to 25c higher top Slaughter steers steady top 75 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS t t CHARGED WITH TEENAGE SLAYINGS Jose Frenchy Cordero 13 and Francisco Baboo Charlie are handcuffed to each other in New York police station as they 4 were booked in fatal stabbing of two 16yearold Anthony Krzesinski and Robert They were charged with homi cide in the Cordero is a laborer Cruz a factory work Krzesinski and Young were stabbed to death in a New York City AP Wirephoto Police Capture Young Dracula NEW 2 Wl of Puerto HOUSE FAILS IN EFFORT TO OVERRIDE Navarro Mills Among Projects Left Dangling 2 JP House today sustained y one vote President Eisen lowers veto of a public works appropriation The roll call vote was 274 in favor of passing the bill over the veto and 138 Record Uphold A twothirds vote is necessary to this tally would have gone the other way on a single switch of The outcome upheld Eisen lowers record of never having lad a veto overidden al turned from Bible reading to become the Dracula of New York was seized by police today and tabbed the capeclad leader of a gang which viciously killed two boys without I dont care if I the 17yearold Sal arrogantly snarled at My mother could watch One of the greatest man hunts in New York history had been staged for Agron since the which climaxed terror and Outraged citizens demands for action also brought swift moves by both city and state officials for emergency mea BUies to cope with the wild out Nelson Rockefeller called a parley of top authorities and church leaders to map a war on teen Invited to join them was FBI Director Edgar The surly Agron nabbed with two others while loitering on a Bronx street at 2 wouldnt admit that he knifed two younger boys to death in a West side Manhattan play ground early But he admitted cut somebody during a gang at tack on a group chatting idly in the playground after leaving a The victims were un known to the Even before Agron was ar rested in the frenzied police See Page 10 Major Increase Noted In Crime Crime in the United States in creased per cent In 1958 over The years crime clock indi cated A murder every minutes a forcible rape every minutes a robbery every 7 minutes a car stolen evary minutes a bur piny every William Rog ers and FBI Director Edgar Hoover jointly reported today there were an estimated 922 crimes classified as very serious offenses last year com pared with in There were increases in all of the individual classifications as follows in 1958 and 027 in an increase of per cent forcible and 13 per cent rob and per cent aggravated 530 and per cent and per cent larceny over and per cent auto and 265 per A crime covered in the index was committed every sec onds last Youths under 18 represented only per cent of all persons They how for per cent of all ar rests for auto per cent of those for per cent of those for per cent of those for re ceiving or possessing stolen property and per cent of those for See Page 10 Claims 60 Budget Jeopardy Serious 2 The Deputy Director of the Bud get Bureau told Congress today that the balanced budget for 1960 is in serious Elmer the 2 budget said it now ap pears that spending will be sig higher than the forecast by President in He did not mention a figure in testimony to the Senate Civil Service but it is un derstood that bureau specialists now believe budget outlays will rise to somewhere between 78 12 and 79 billion with the odds favoring the higher amount Revenues also are expected to exceed the January forecast of the steei strike adds a factor of uncer tainty Officials are hope ful for a September settlement which they believe might per mit revenues to increase enough to cover the climb in spending Staats testified before the Senate committee In opposition to a bill that would provide health benefits for certain re tired federal He said this would cost the government 15 12 to 22 million dollars a year and put further pressure OD the See Page 10 DeGaulle ReLive War Triumphs Lone Vote Saves Veto On Water Bill Olln congressman from this wired the Daily Sun Wednesday after noon as follows House of Representatives failed by two votes to over ride the Presidents veto of public works appropriation have been as sured by leadership that ap propriations will be made be fore adjournment and Navar ro Mills fund will not be de layed in any though there have been 144 of them in the last 6 12 The House action kills the and the Senate will get no chance to act on the Recheck Needed Tlie vote was so close that ordered after the roll was first confident the President had been called for Speaker Rayburn D Tex to announce the vote as recorded on the initial call of names but Rayburn held off and ordered the The final tally showed six Page 10 Middle East Nations Given Boosted Help 2 United States has giv en 470 million dollars in eco nomic aid this year to the three Middle East members of the Central Treaty Organization formerly the Bagh dad They are Pakis tan and The allocation was announced ed by Donald Kennedy of the United States at a meeting of the CENTO Economic Com Kennedy said the aid figure represents a 50 per ncrease over American help to the three nations last Britain is the other member of the which Iraq quit after the 1958 revolt destroyed proWestern The United States belongs to key The Economic which met under the chairman ship of Semih head of the International Economic Af fairs Department of the Turk ish Foreign will re view the entire CENTO eco nomic program and prepare a report to the Ministerial Coun cil scheduled to meet in Wash ington next The far reaching program Is aimed ultimately at higher liv ing standards in Pakistan and T Panel Approves ZTerm Poll Tax End Sept 1 UP amendments to repeal the twoterm limit on presidential tenure and to abolish the poll tax as a re quirement for voting for fed eral offices were approved Tuesday by a Senate Judiciary The group voted 51 for the changes and sent them along to a full committees uncertain Action on a third proposec to give District of Columbia residents the right to vote for president and vice president and to elect a delegate to the was deferred pending further James Eastland CD chairman of the full com was the only member of See Page 2 Nehru Backs Menon Against Military CROWDS SEE PARADE ON Reds Launch New Attack On Laos forces In cluding regular Vtetmlnh have captured 80 vil lages in a new attack In nor thern They have ad vanced to within about 12 miles of government head quarters nt Snm the secretary of state for defense said BOARD COMPILES DATA FOR JACKSON REBUILDING SAM 2 UP Lao sup ported by regular troops from Communist North aunched a coordinated attack n Northeastern Sam Neua Sun day and captured four The outnumbered government orces are drawing back on a 35mile front toward military leadquarters The attack along the Nam Ma River was at one point support ed by 105 howitzers evident y fired from inside North Viet Laotian officers The village headman of Muong some eight miles from the who hiked to Sam Neua on a wounded said some of the attacking troops were shouting in See Page 2 Displays Concern Over New Campaign 2 The State Department today confirmed a new outbreak of iommunist attacks in Laos and said the situation is of We are concerned about any attack against the free govern ment of added press of ficer Lincoln White was asked about pub ished accounts from the small Southeast Asian country of fresh attacks Sunday in the re mote area near the border be tween Laos and Communist North Viet Previously a quieting of the situation had been According to the new the Reds had moved in heavy White said On 30 there were at acks on several small Laotian army posts in North Sam Neua province close to the North Vietnamese The reports are not entirely There may well have been North Vietnamese penetration f indications of the use of heavy equipment at Muong sight miles from the border in the river valley leading from North Viet are confirm It would be relatively easy to support attacking forces from North Viet The United States has already signified its concern over the Laotian situation by stepping up shipments of Trustees of the Corsicana Independent Shcool District leld their second special meet ing in four days Tuesday at 1 to tackle problems created No Indication Of Any Break In Steel Talks NEW Steel union and industry nego tiators met again today after a recess which both sides said was used for some hard work on matters involved in their contract The recess in joint negotia tions had been called last Thurs Resumption of the talks marked the strikes 50th There was no indication of any break in the Joseph director of the Federal Mediation and conciliation heads the mediators sitting in on the ne The strike by members of the United Steelworkers Un ion of America has shut down almost 90 per cenlt of the na tions steel An esti mated employes In Allied Industries have been made idle by the The union is seeking a sub stantial wage increase and oth er The latest word from Union President David McDonald was that the union no longer had any specific con tract demand on the bargain ing Prestrike earnings averaged an The steel seeking a oneyear freeze on wages and contend that any in crease in labor costs would force a rise in steel prices and spur The union de nies lowan To Head Disciples Unit 2 UP An the Loren was elected president to day of the International Conven tion of Christian Churches Disciples of Church delegates from across the country named him un animously after his name was put in nomination by a commit Then they rose and gave him a long He becomes the lllth man to hold the office in the two mil lion members A total of church representa tives are registered for the weeklong meeting which ends City Gets Bowie Traffic Proposal by the fire that ripped through the main building of Jackson high school last Friday No definite decisions were made at the Tuesday jut the overall picture was iiirveyed and a longrange pro jram Matt said ollowing the meeting that Were just trying to accumu ate all the facts so we can nake intelligent While only two formal ses sions of the board have been leld since the trustees lave been working diligently n performing the necessary duties and making decisions hat have to be made im and Dana Wil lams keeps in close contact vilh members of the board by Heelings and via For Dawson and Williams worked until midnight Williams and tils administrative staff have enjoyed little sleep since the See Page 2 Move Growing To Force long To Resign Post BATON 2 UP strength was reported to day for a movement to block Earl Longs candidacy for reelection unless ic resigned before qualifying tun The Constitution bars a gov ernor from succeeding hlmsell but Long proposed to get around this ban by resigning before his current term Mayor DeLesseps Morrison of New another candidate or the gubernatorial nomina tion in the December primary eversed his previous stand Tuesday and came out in favoi of requiring Long to quit before being permitted to The matter will come up here Saturday at the Democratic State Central Committee meet Highways Bill Sent To Floor 1 UP House Rules Committee cleared the way today for House consideration and ex pected passage Thursday of a nill to raise the federal gaso line tax another penny for the next 21 or 22 The estimated in revenues would go toward keep ng the federal interstate high way program rolling for the next two The rules committee sent the 3ill to the House floor on a takeitorleavelt basis under procedure prohibiting amend The newly created City Plan ning and Zoning made its first traffic control recommendations for the safe ty of Bowie schoolstudents Tuesday to City Commission which in turn asked the plan ning group to get together with parents and homeowners affect ed by the proposed and in consultation with the city attorney draft an ordinance by which the features could be Proposed Regulations In a letter signed by Chair man Elliott the plan ning commission noted that at its 27 meeting it adopted a resolution recommending 1 That Twentyfourth street be made one way going south from its junction with Beverly Drive to Bowie Drive 2 That Bowie Drive be made one way going northerly from Twenty fourth street to Lexington Drive on which Bowie School 3 That Lexington Drive be made one way going west from Bowie Drive to Twentyfourth street 4 That stop signs be placed on all inter sections with Twentyfourth stieet from West First avenue and that traffic on Twentyfourth street have th right of The planning board askec that this be done on a tria bnsis for the safety of Bowii school students who walk 01 ride bicycles to and from schoo an to eliminate the congestion and confusion around the school Hazards Cited A delegation of about eight mothers appeared with Bob a member of the planning acting a chief spokesman as a mothe and PTA She pointed out that it is very hazardous to the youngsters walking or rid in bikes on Twentyfourth street as there are no and they have to use the street crowded with twoway traffic She said she understood three See Page 7 Salk Vaccine Major Triumph For Medicine of the Salk polio vac cine were hailed today by Sur geon General Leroy Bur ney as a major triumph for pre ventive He cited new statistics on paralytic polio cases this year in which vaccination status is The study shows of those cases Involved persons who were unvaccinated or onlj partially Conceding that the number ol paralytic cases reported this summer Is well above last years Burney nevertheless said very substantial progress has been In 1952 there were cases of Thus far this year there have been reportec There was no breakdowr as to type of the 1952 bul thus far this year there have been paralytic cases com pared with 92S in the similai 1958 minimizing the ur gent necessity for continuing to push forward with vaccination Burney said in a state the production and use of the vaccine represents a ma jor triumph for preventive med He said that of the par alytic cases reported through Sec Page 10 Thunderstorms Cause Damage In Texas Areas By Tho Associated Press High hail and driving rain burst from a line o thunderstorms to spread dam age and discomfort through North and East Texas Tuesday night and early Wed Farm buildings and crops took the worst punishment from th disturbance that slipped througl the state on a northwest t southeast A severe weather alert wa posted for much of North am North Central but th warning expired early Wedncs day without any reports o High wind whipped the roo from a large barn on the C Koon dairy farm south of Sul phur Springs when the fron moved through that northeas Texas An inch of rain fe in the Heavy thunderstorms ani some hail were reported in th Kauf and Fort Worth wind and hail spread damag through an area south and eas of hitting crops am buildings a lethal Light nlng killed a cow on the Bil Henry farm 12 miles southeas See Page 2 NEW 2 Minister Nehru old Parliament today that In dias defense command is con Inuing unchanged despite a between Defense Minister C Krishna Menon and the army Nehru said Thimayya had on Monday in a dispute over the promotion of an army officer but had withdrawn his at the prime minis ters The prime minister gave full backing to Krishna long one of his closest and most con troversial advisers on foreign He said the defense min sters position was sound and justified and praised him for lis great energy and enthus Civil authority must remain Nehru This appeared to put at rest reports that Krishna Menon would be removed from the cab net or shifted to another Mehru gave no indication that the defense minister had offer ed to as high sources See Page 10 Communists Stir Riotings Mondolciy BURMA AREAS INVOLVED IN INDIA locates India bor der areas involved in current Chinese Communist troop are reported in states of Bhutan and Slkkln Dispatch from Assam said Communists are concentrating near Siang and Lohl sectors of Northeast Frontier Area Chinese troops arc als said to be in Ladakh area of Kashmir AP Wirephoto Map In Calcutta 2 If Violence erupted in South Calcutta again Communistled food rioting Tuesday resulted in sevei killed and 30 injured fron police The rioters today were be lleved by police to be hoodlums who had taken over what start d as a Communistinspirec student protest against high rice The chief minister of Wesl said food prices were just an excuse for iommunlst to begin trouble in this slumridden Indian port of 1 12 million Calcuttas streets were stil littered with glass from Tues days savage Busses and street cars were not run Many were burned Tues The food launchec See Page 2 o French Display 50Sf ar Flag officials proudly pointed todai to a spanking new 50star Am erican flag flying over the Ely see the French Whlti in honor of Presiden Although the star marking Hawaiis entry Into the Union docs not become official fo flags until next July th French paid tribute to the na tlons newest The 50star flag over the Pal ace seemed to be the only new American banner flying In Par The rest were the old 48 star Talk Sessions Start Quickly Between Leaders 2 Presi dent Dwight Eisenhower and Seneral Charles De Gaulle today the heady days of vic In World War II with parade up the ma estic Champs Beam Proudly The two wartime standing In an open beam ed proudly as they rode up mile and one quarter avenue which extends from the Place De La Concorde birthplace of French Revolutions to the Arch of DeGaulle wore the wartime brigadier generals uniform with which he led the Free The president was in a dark suit and soft hat which he doffed to the Eisenhower held up both arms in the gesture that Is his Cheers rippled along he massed crowd as tho open1 limousine Streets Bunked Thousands banked the More leaned from along the Some stood at windows with champagna glasses raised in Soldiers stood at ram rod at tention and almost shoulder to shoulder along the The Limousine carrying DeGaulla and Eisenhower was surrounded by whitegloved motorcyolsits in precise Elsenhowers last such trip See Page 2 President Hosts War Comrades Tuesday Nigh By EDDY GILMORE 2 dent Elsenhower had a happy reunion In a reminiscing atmos phere Tuesday night with Brit ish comrades of World War The president was a joking quickly putting at rest any tenseness that might have been felt by those of the gucsU who have criticized his war strategy In their By the stag din ner was held on the 20th anni versary of the German invasion of which set off World War Elsenhower cordially greeted Field Marshal Viscount Mont whose critical com ments nettled Eisenhower so much that he snubbed a card from Montgomery last Christ When tho evening was Montgomery left beaming and waving enthusiastically to a cheering crowd outside Winfiold the residence of Ambassador John Hay Whitney where the dinner was At dinner Montgomery sat within talking range of Eisen just five feet across tho See Page 2 Ikes Diplomacy Faces Stern Test 2 UP Presi dent Elsenhowers new crusade in Europe for Western unity appears to be a big success so far on just about every But the real test faces him In Europes future could be vital ly affected by Eisenhowers meeting with French President Charles de The two old soldiers have known each other from the days of World War along the rough road to victory and the rocky road of peace that has Now new problems beset On his visits to West Germany and Eisenhower faced no major disagreements or mis In how the questions at issue are They include 1 support for France in the Algerian War 2 Frances part In shaping Western global policy and her role in NATO 3 Frances ambition to become an atomic power 4 French uneasiness over Elsenhowers meeting with Soviet Premier Nlklta Failure to ease these prob lems ould leave France Isolat ed from her a dangerous situation for both France and the The Algerian war is of tho greatest immediate Importance to De Gaulle thus far has been unable to end the re bellion against French now in Its fifth Last in he said after the coun try was the Algerians would be allowed to determine their own This seeming easing of the French position may prove a signpost to a closer understanding between the French and governments on French wants and needs support In the United Nations for her Algerian United while tic to Frances doesnt See Paga 10   

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