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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - September 3, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Friday with widely scattered thun derstorms no important temperature chang Thermometer 8 9 10 11 12 1 5 86 90 92 86 I 83 Complete Weather Report OB Mlrket MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er slow governments hold trading CHICAGO Wheat Slightly lower scattered profit steady light light 25 to 50 cents lower top Slaughter steers steady top LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS 1959 SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENTS Eisenhower Gives West Blueprint For Peace ftftftftftftftftft 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 ft ft ft ft ft Students Escape As Millsap School Unroofed WARMINGS POSTED FOR TEXAS AREAS Big Squall Line Gains Strength To Make Trouble By The Associated Press A severe blast of wind which some said could have been tornado ripped the roof off the Millsap high school The estimated 350 students and seV eral teachers in the building escaped The blast came as a severe squall line swept through the bringing hail and high Caught In Cafeteria The Weather Bureau issued a tornado forecast for a segment of northeast The Millsap storm struck about 11 when most of the 356 students were in the cafe School officials hastily herded the pupils into a store room for The west end of the agricul ture building on the campus was blown A barn also was demolishe In the north central Texas town and the storm dumped Inches of rain on the Wichita Falls Soaked At Wichita a thunder Btorm dumped inches of rain and water ran curb deep down No serious flooding oc Cecil McAda of the Tex as Electric suffered super ficial burns while working a high voltage Damage was so extensive the school dismissed school unti Action by school officials jus See Page 6 Norse Delays Senate Vole On Labor Bill f 3 W Wayne Morse launched a fight in the Senat today against the compromis labor regulation bill worke out by a SenateHouse commi But indications were tha the measure would get nea unanimous approval when th Senate could get to a Morse made it clear he prob ably would speak at som He said he wanted give in detail his reasons fo believing lhal the conferenc report on the bill should no be John Kennedy D chairman of the Senate House conference on the bil was waiting to make his expla hation of the compromise ve But Morse took the floor saying he felt this could be a timesaving procedure in that Kennedy in his presenta tion could comment on Morses The Senate met 212 hours earlier than usual today and leaders had said Ihey expected 4 See LABOR Page 6 Panel Favors More Economies On Water Projects Youth Gang Violence Flares NEW A new stabbing in Brooklyn added urgency today to official efforts to stamp out ju enile violence that has taken our lives in little more than a Dominick suffered serious knife wounds in the side Wednesday when he and three companions were attacked on a street by 15 other He vas taken to a Police said they believed the were Puerto Ricans belonging to a gang known as They asked Scuderi and his friends whether they were mem bers of a rival a high school graduate about to enter the Air said they were you took care of one See Page 11 Troops Demand Seen For South In Similar Case 3 the recent juvenile vio lence in New York had occur red in a southern there would have been an outcry IM federal troops says Billy Graham said Wednesday in interview he is convinced hat racial tension in many northern cities is far greater anywhere in the He said several New York City ministers told him recent ly the city is a racial tinder Graham was here to addresi the Asheville High School stu dent He said Southern whites and negroes have a basis of long standing somethinf lacking in the He addec that he feels that if Southerners will avoid inflam malory statements above forces of modera tion eventually will The evangelist said the South already is undergoing tremen dous sociological change am lhat he is delighted to see tha the Supreme Courts school in legration decrees are being obey ed peacefully in many Call In Army At Calcutta arising from Com munistled prolesls to the gov ernments food policies into armed attacks on flare polio stations in Calcutta Six rioters were killed by po lice gunfire and one police con stable was killed in Calcutta suburb of The Army was called in t take control after the POLICE SAY THEYRE AND tfiUBRErXA Sal who police say identified himself as the cape clad Dracula who led the attack in which two teenagers were stabbed to death in a Manhattan playground in New York shown in police station where he was being With ilm is Tony Luis said by police to have been the umbrella so namedbecause he used an umbrella as a club in the Agron and Hernandez both are AP Wirephoto 3 UP The House Appropriations Com mittee refused today to approve a new public works bill stripped projects which caused Presi dent Eisenhower to veto an larlier Instead it voted 2319 to give i subcommittee the job of draft ng an entirely new measure to the vetoed Behind ths maneuver Is a desire by some Democrats to punish members voted to uphold the presidents veto of the original They could do this by denying or reducing funds for river and hnrbor and flood control projects In districts represented by members who upheld the An effort to override the pres dents veto failed by one vote Clarence Cannon chairman of the full committee and the said it might take two two days or two weeks to draft a new We wnnt fo take a close look at some of these a top Democrat Many of them are in districts represented by members who voted to uphold the veto for economy We may de cide to give them real See Page 7 Big Four Are Heporledi Near Arms Accord School Fire Possibly Arson PATROL ASKS CORSICANANS TO MAKE HOLIDAY SAFE THREE FORMER FEDERAL AGENT INDICTED Big Four tonight were report ed near full agreement on re negotialions lo hall the SastWest arms Diplomats said an accord Is emerging from secret exchanges I n Moscow thai will creale a new 10power disarmamenl con II will consist of five Allied nations and five Com Texas Farmers Receiving Less For Their Crops The Department of Agricul ture reported today a decline of three per cent in the prices received by Texas farmers and ranchers for farm products dur ing the month preceding the drop was one half of one per Cotton prices at 33 cents lost 1 12 cents a Feed grains and hay declined 7 per Oats at 69 cents a bushel were 3 cents above July but corn at was 12 cents abushel Sorghum grains at were 18 cents a hun dredweight Wheat advanced 1 cent to Opening prices for the 1959 crops included rice at See Page 11 3 special grand jury probing in dope rackets has indicted three Chicago policemen and a for mer federal agent on charges they wer3 involved in a coast to coast narcotics dis tribution Seventeen many alleg ed narcotics were nam ed Wednesday in indictments which followed monthlong ques tioning of hundreds of witness many brought here from prison The the government was headquartered in Chi cago and grossed every 10 days here The indictments were describ ed as a major development in the Justice Departments drive See Page 7 3 The Navarro county units of the State Highway Patrol are gear ed to do all possible to help prevent traffic accidents during the upcoming Labor Day week end and asked citizens to co commander of the Corsicana substation of the Highway a four county said all of his per sonnel would be utilized during the weekend and that motor ehicle inspection officers and 10 Indictments Returned By County Probers Ten persons were indicted Wednesday by the Navarro coun ty grand jury and the probers recessed subject to call after de livering the indictments to James district who set bonds in the The indictments Romie burglary and bond Imogene forgery and bond Delberl Lee driving while subsequent bond Delmar assaull wilh In lo bond Miguel bond Sylvester bond icense weigh Is inspectors vould join in patrol Scott said he hoped the pre liclion lhat 31 will die in Tex as In traffic accidents over the weekend is loo high and lhat Navarro counly is spared high ivay For many the week end will start Friday Highland lasl unlil Monday night As a goodly number of per sons will lake lo the highways m Ihe last major holiday until Major El Department of Public Safe ly Regional point ed out thai the statistical re ports already show a six per cent increase in motorcides over the first half of Elllotl said each Department of Public Safety enforcement officer will be on duty exlra hours patrolling major high ways giving special allenlion to the two biggest causative fac tors in the traffic accident prob See Page 13 munist With headquarters in he group is expected to get a mandate from the United Na tions to begin a fresh early in 1960 for ways search to cut the arms and armies of the pow ers and to ban nuclear weapons Moscow talks between Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromy ko and the British and French ambassadors are being accelerated to produce agree ment before the UN General Assembly nieels in New York informants The Allied envoys have asked Gromyko lo join in a Big Four request for a special meeting of the 82nation UN disarm amenl commission on The idea is to give the commis sion Ihe chance to turn over See Page 7 Laos Capital Arms Citizens SAM 8 Army today threw a handful of paralroopers into the shaky defense perimeter around this rebelthreatened city and handed out guns to Amkha Soukhav defending this royal army military headquarters for Nor thern said Communist units are probing our lines only 18 miles The general said the main force of Laos supported by regulars from neighboring Communist North Viet is grouping in the mountainous jungles 27 miles north of Sam They will attack within 10 days at the he predict In the administra tive defense secretary Phoumi Nosavan told report ers the attackers included at least a battalion of North Viet Nam Red forces since Sunday have overrun lightly manned out Advance units were re ported within 12 to 18 miles of the town of Sam Neua in what shaped up as a major Its classic not guerrilla defense sec retary Phoumi Nosavan lold We intend to hold Sam Neua at all Phoumi de To lei it go would be a convincing argument to the world that the Pathel Lao were reestablished in their old do The rebels of the Pathet Lao who want to set up a Communist regime in the lit tle Indochinese took over the Iwo North Laotian provincesof Phong Saly and Sam Neua during the last years of the Indochinese Two years ago the rebel movement reached a truce with the Royal government and agreed to dis The rebels resumed acli vily this and the gov ernment charges they are being trained and supplied by North Viet Nams Communist govern Earlier rebel activity this year had been confined to infil tration by bands of varying size who seized isolated govern ment Officials said the Reds launched a concerted at tack Sunday morning along Ihe Nam Ma 10 miles from Ihe Norlh Viel Nam and captured 80 Laotian Government moslly ir retreated along a 35 mile front in face of Ihe mass which Ihe defense sec retary said was supported by a bombardment of 105 Howit zers supplied by North Viet Official reports said several government including a were killed and about 30 were Ouane commander of the Royal Armed estimated the total reb el strength at about The strength of the government forces in the Sam Neua area is a military report edly number six battalions and units of Regular air traffic to the town of Sam Neua was sus pended yesterday but planes are reported dropping supplies to the Small groups of some are arriving at Vientiane the nations admin Istrative capital 200 miles from the remained oulwardly See Page 7 House To Meet On Labor Day 3 Sam Rayburn DTex said today the House will meet Labor Day to act on session Mid If necessary to get the labor ill out of the way this Rayburn there also will be a session In on the Democratic deader Lyndon Johnson of Texas has called for both Sat urday and Monday sessions in drive to get Congress out of lown by That proposal drew fire from Hubert Humphrey ID Minn who said Congress ought grow up and hold yearlong Rayburn made the Labor Day meeting plan ENDS LONG HOSPITAL poses with her 33yearold Navy before leaving hospital a after 249 days of treatment for burns suffer ed 1958 when her dress caught fire from a She suffered third degree burns over GO per cent of her Diane and mother lived in when accident now going to Washington where Well is Dianes hospital AP Wirephoto offering bribe o bond Claude possession larcotic drugs with two bond Hughie Jackie posscs iion narcotic drugs with en Play Planned Opens 30 3 The 1059 World Sorlos star bond HO In the part of the American League chain barring a league playoff it was announced Representatives of two Am erican League tho firs place Chicago White Sox anc Ihe second place Cleveland In and four Naliona League the San Fran Cisco Los Angoles Dod See SERIEsTPngo 6 Envoy Prosldcnl Eisenhower toda nominaled William Bur New York financier am former governmenl aviation of to be ambassador to Bel Thn While House said Eiacn howcr signod Ihe nomination h Paris Burden would sue cecd John Clifford o who resign ntl Burden is a Republican an a mornbor of the Nationa Aoronaulics and Space Counci He was assistant secretary o Commerce for air in In 195052 ho was special as sistnnt for research and develop incnl lo the secrelary of th Ail Evidence indicating the possi ilily of arson has been found in ic ruins of Ihe firegutted audi orium and second floor of the ackson High Fire Chief barley Tieman revealed Thurs Chief Tieman said an investl ator out of the state fire mar hals office in Austin has been ere and checked the evidence nd he confirmed the fire chiefs uspicion thai Ihe stubborn fire as set The state arson ivcsligator will return here vithin a week to assist Chief the sheriffs depart police and school author Lies in a further and more ex eiisivc probe of the fires origin vhich broke out in a bookroom vhich previously had been a rejection booth extending oul nto the auditoriums balcony Chief Tieman said he found when the debris was uncovered to the bottom of the leap of books and charred tim See Page 7 First Graders Getting Hali Day Sessions Until the end of next week irst graders in Corslcan schools will be dismissed a Dana Williams re ported Williams announce earlier this week a new dis iiissal time for seconi and third grade All thre of these grades will be dismissec al Previously t were dismissed at 15mlnute in Afternoons in the first grade re being allolled lo home visit by the a program tha is entering Its third year Joe director of instruc said the purpose of th visits is to bring a closer rela tlonshlp belween home an the parents and teachers Page 7 Favor Higher Bonds Interest 3 UP House Ways and Mean Committee today approved bill raising interest on E an H savings But the committee again r fused by a 1411 vote to gran President Elsenhowers reques to repeal the 4 14 per cent in lercst ceiling on governmei securities maturing in five ycai or The savings bonds whlc sjoes to the House floor for d bate would permit th Treasury to raise Interest on th small denomination saving bonds from 3 14 to 3 34 pe RESISTANCE TO RUSSIA KEY FACTOR Surprise Visit Paid To SHAPE Outside Paris Presl ent Eisenhower today gave the Vest a blueprint for peace Re use to retreat one Inch from rinciple and stay flexible tactl Then there will be no war here will be the Presl told the North Atlantic louncll during a surprise Interrupts Schedule The President sandwiched the nick visit to NATO Headquar ers into a tight schedule of alks with Western leaders and rench President Charles De Arising fresh and apparently elaxed after a late whitetie late dinner with De El enhower pitched vigorously ln o the last day of his European His appearance at the was designed to calm he fears of the smaller powers hat his coming meetings iDviet Premier Nikita Khrush hev spelled a lessening of their Oles in Matter of Spirit u NATO is a matter of of determination to work as part ners and to preserve the ideals we all the 6SysarpldI President If we are firmamong If we retreat if we remain flexible so far as tactics are If we give NATO the same deep devotion See Page 11 jv 7f zvestia Says Nixon Tries Turn Americans tia today accused Vice Presi dent Richard Nixon of try ing to cool tho friendly feelings of plain Americans toward the Soviet people and tho Soviet The Soviet government news paper said Nixon once again used the typical language of the McCatihyile reactionaries in his speech before tho Amer ican Legion convention in Min neapolis two weeks Izvestla re iterated the hackneyed phrases about the threat of Communist domination over all nations of the The vice president said In the speech it would be naive and wishful thinking that the visit of Khrushchev to the United Stales will result in any basic changes in the Commu nisl objeclive of world domina Uon or their adherence to pollr cles designed to achieve that The newspaper said general American reaction to tho com ing exchange of visits belween President Elsenhower and So viel Premier Nlklla Khrush See Page 11 Khrushchev Opposes All Barriers By The Associated Press Contrasling formulas for world peace were sel forlh sep aralely today by President Eisenhower and Premier Khru who soon will have a chance to talk about peace face plans thai could plunge the tvhole world inlo Ihe chasm of a devastating Eisenhower addressed the NATO council in NATO is a mailer of premier declared one inch from principle stay flexible to The Soviet the West must fall in with the Soviel policy of peaceful coex islence of communism and cap ilalism or face the most de structive war in Eisenhower gave the West this blueprint Refuse to re treat and there will be no There will be Khrushchev made his de claration in Foreign quarterly magazine of the council private nent He was paid for the which he agreed to write before getting an invitation to visit the Unit ed He accused the North Atlanl Trno Organization of let West Germans con 15nation alliance in to an instrument for aggressive of determination partners and to to work as preserve the ideals we all he If we are firm among our if we refuse to retreal one inch from if we remain flexible so far as ladles are if we give NATO the same deep devo of foreign a organization of promi tion we give to each of Ihcn there be no Then there will be Khrushchev is arriving In Washington 15 to starl an exchange of visits with Ei There is no third the Soviel premier said in his Khrushchev said that If re lations between the West and the Communist bloc are to im all barriers In Interna tional trade must be removed1 lo let internalional life devel op The Soviet premier confident ly predicted thai Ihe Commu t system eventually will win out in what he called peaceful But he said this Iocs nol mean Communist in terference in the affairs of other Khrushchev accused the North Atlanlic alliance of let Jng the West Geranms convert NATO into an Instrument for aggressive plans that could plunge tho whole world into the chasm of a devastating He called West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer a potential slumbllng block lo Ihe Improvemenl of EaslWest Khrushchev wrole Some say The Soviel pco pie are unduly Can one sasume that West Germany North Atlanlic might provoke hostilities In order to draw her allies into it and plunge the whole world into charsm of a devastaling The Soviet premier said the Big Four foreign ministers conference In Geneva brought now pltate in a posilion lo another world preci Those who put the question thus forget thai Western Ger many is at present acting in the world arena not alone but wilhin Ihe military Norlh At lantic She plays a paramount role In this bloc It is not a all that Western taking ad vantage of her position in the the bul two sides there aro closer togelher still substantial a number of differences on I am deeply convinced that they aro not fundamental dif ferences on which agreement is he And If we still have differences and have not reached agreemenl on cerlaln Importanl it we wilh adequalo result of the con cessions made by the Western powers to Chancellor Adenau who is pursuing a military the policy man rcvanchlsts He agreed lo wrile Ihe aril cle before getting an invitation tvisit the Unlled But he referred to his coming ex change of vlslls wilh President See Page T of the Ger seekers of   

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