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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - September 4, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL cloudy and continued warm through Saturday with scattered thundershowers this afternoon and tonight becoming widely scattered Sat Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 78 84 88 91 93 94 95 Complete Weather Beport on Market LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er modest governments mill buying and li CHICAGO mix ed light mixed light to easier light to 25 cents lower top steers steady top 77 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS HEAVY the gavel In the House of Representa tives is just one of the forms of exercise for Speaker Sam Ray The veteran Texas legislator andCapitol Architect George teamed up in in lower ing leadencased copper cornerstone S2 8 place at the East Central Front Ex tension of the Among articles in the box were congres sional an old coin found during photos of the cornerstone laying ceremonies and In rear Is Republican Minority Leader Charles Halleck of AP Wirephoto Argentina Faces Military Crisis BUENOS 4 President Arturo Frondizi struggled to settle an army crisis today while demon strators shouting for his resig nation clashed with police out side government Frondizi conferred twice with Carlos Toranzo who challenged a government order ousting him as army Toranzo asserted 95 per centof was be hind At this moment consultations are under way but no decision has been the rebell Florida Nou Step Closer To Integration By The Associated Press School integration is a step closer in Florida cutting to five the number of Southern states holding firm to the tra ditional separate classrooms for white and negro South Ala Mississippi and Louisiana are the only states in which at least token integration has not been started in elementary or high While 32 negroes and one white pupil were registering Thursday at a previously white school In a fed eral judge In Virginia was turning down an argument for equal but separate schools for If white and negro children attend classes together at the Orchard Villa elementary school in Miami when school opens Tuesday It will mark the first desegregation of Florida public grade A Dadc county Miami move to comply with the Supreme Courts integration ruling led to See Page 10 ious general told reporters after his second meeting with the an old How the door has been left open for a convenient There always are possibilities of a solution and I earnestly hope it will be The general emphasized that politics was not involved in the that is was a military matter and he and his suppor Uis weia not trying to over throw the Backers of exdictator Juan attempted to make capital of the About 500 civilians shouting proPeron slogans and demand ing Frondizi resign gathered in front of the government where the conferences were in See Page 10 Dallas Painter Admits Wanted In Kemp Murder 4 UP A Dallas housepainter arrested Thursday night for refusing to pay his cafe check said he had spent most of the day trying to confess to a Police arrested Hollls Raymond as he drank Abbey told patrolmen McKinney and Jordan he was wanted for strangling a man whose name he couldnt recall on a county road near Kemp in Central He said he called all three Houston newspapers to tell them about the slaying but no one would pay Kaufman County Sheriff Evans said he was looking for The sheriff said Abbey is charged with the murder of Al bert Grand Prairie See Page 10 Loos Asks Urgent Help Against Reds Navarro Mills Dam Funds Whittled NO PROJECTS LEFT OUT IN LATEST BILL House Action Is Due Saturday Or Monday Session The House Appropriations Com mittee approved today a shav eddown public works appro priation including 67 pro jects to which President Eisen hower It thereby dar ed another Sent To Floor It sent to the House floor a bill financing riv er and flood control and reclamation projects in almost every To keep the bill in line with the Presidents the com mittee cut every project in it by 2 12 per The House fell one vote short of overriding the Presidents veto of the original Total Near Same The total in the bill approved by the committee Is less than above the amount of money requested the Presi dent The big differ ence Is in distribution of the funds and inclusion of the un budgeted The commitee action disre garded plans of House leaders to send the President a bill he could be expected to sign by eli minating only the 67 The House could upset the com mittee action when it considers the bill Saturday or next The Texas projects objected by the President and restor ed by the House committee in R 10 Peiping Next For Khrushchev After Trip Pre mier Nikita Khrushchev an nounced tonight he will go to Peiping immediately after re turning from the United States late in The Premier made his an nouncement at a reception open ing the Polish Industrial Exhi bition in He said he will leave for Com munist China the day after he gets back from the Uni ted He gave no details of the pur pose of his But it clearly is intended to keep the Chi nese Communist regime fully Informed of his talks with Pres ident Khrushchev will un leash a heavy propaganda bar rage when he visits the United he will run into counterarguments from Wash This was signified with the start of a verbal battle well in advance of the Soviet Premiers arrival Khrushchev already has lib erally studded his 13day Itiner ary here with major speeches The tireless apostle of Commun ism can be counted on to get See Page 9 Sidetrack Civil Rights Fight JP leaders were reported today to have decided to shunt aside a showdown fight over civil rights legislation until the next session of call for ty ing on to the foreign aid ap propriations bill provision to extend the life of the Civil Rights which is due to expire in two This designed to avoid a battle that could delay the adjournment of Congress in was outlined by a senator in close touch with the situation but unwilling to be quoted by Southern senators opposed to any civil rights legislation are expected to fight against ex tension of the Commissions life but not to wage an allout fili buster against The foreign aid money bill ready has been passed by the The Senate Appropria tions Committee not yet act ed on it but plans to add a sep arate section providing unre lated lastminute fund requests of the When the bill is called up for action in the Senate next an amendment reportedly will be offered to continue the Com Richard Russell D told a reporter he would raise a point of order against the move on the ground that It would be legislation In an ap propriation by a twothirds the Senate could suspend the rule and adopt the Backers of the move believe they have the votes to do this despite the opposition of South ern A new factor was thrown in to the touchy situation Thurs when copies of the Civil Rights Commissions forthcoming report began to circulate among The under the 1957 Civil Rights Act creating has until next Wednesday to file its final Olin Johnston DSC took the Senate floor Thursday night to denounce the report Although it is not scheduled for public release until noon next he listed some of the things he said it He called it one of the most unconstitutional documents I ever Other Southern senators also were known to be aroused by the feeling that Its rec ommendations In gome respects go beyond any civil measures yet This could upset hopes that the Commissions life could be extended without too much trou ble and end the fight over civil rights legislation for this ses sion of Johnston said that recom mendations in the al though not by a majority of the Include The substitution of federal voting registrars for local reg He said the federal reg istrars would determine who is eligible to vote under state Authority for the President to issue an executive order to outlaw racial segregation in federal housing projects and to permit the withholding of fed eral aid from all schools and colleges that do not A proposal which Johnston did not spell out but which he See CIVIL Page 10 Eisenhower Drops Diplomacy For Golf Expand Steel Negotiations NEW 4 steel industry and the steel workers union will greatly en large their bargaining teams next week in an effort to end the 52dayold nationwide steel The union will bring in about 450 men who are its bargain ing agents with individual steel The 12 major steel companies in the negotiations will bring in an unspecified number of additional Twelve subcommittees will be formed to negotiate separate ly on contract provisions and local problems of each com There was no immediate Indi cation whether the changed procedure meant possible prog ress in the The changed procedure was announced today by Joseph director of the fed eral mediation and concilia tion at the conclusion of a twohour bargaining ses sion between the four top ne gotiators for each The negotiations between the top level teams were adjourned until The negotiating See Page 9 Faulty Control Delays Rocket Planes Flight EDWARDS AIR FORCE 4 X15 rocket ship went aloft to day for what had been sched uled as its first power but a lastminute fuel difficulty cancelled the The tiny black only 50 feet rose with its mother B62 bomber to the sevenmile height at which it was to be The two with the X15 fastened under the larger planes then went into the launch ing flight A faulty reg ulator was then discovered in the helium system which keeps the fuel flowing under constant pressure to the This was the second time with in a few days that technical difficulties forced postponement of the X15s first flight under Its own The planes took off at The X15 was scheduled to See Page 10 OFFICIALS AWAIT REPORT ON SCHOOL FIRE FLUID Navarro county sheriffs de partment and the Corsicana Fire Department Friday were awaiting a report from Austin as to the nature of a suspicious fluid with which books found in ruins of the Jacksonhigh school fire last Friday night were reportedly Sheriff Rufus Pevehouse transported several of the books taken from the ruins of the fire to Austin He turned them over to the chemi cal Identification and Criminal Records of the Department of Public Sheriff who re turned to Corsicana at said Friday morn ing that he expected a report on the findings of the chemical New Jetliner Narrows World 4 IIP A Douglas DCS jet airliner en route to Holland arrived here from Los Angeles today after what was claimed as a record non stop The plane covered the 830 miles from Los Angeles in 10 hours 42 minutes at an aver age speed of 625 It was scheduled to fly non stop to Amsterdam in a flight commemorating the 40th anni versary of Royal Dutch Airlines KLM but came down in Lon don for tests In the near He said he had instructed the DPS to mail copies of the report to Fire Chief Charley and County Attorney Jimmy Pevehouse also presented the DPS with a bottle of duplicat ing fluid as to help in deter ining if the fluid on the books has the same chemical proper According to school officials reported that fluid used in duplicating ma chines was located in a room See Page 7 Union Workers Strike Swift Packing Plants packing house work ers struck Swift and and Wilson and two giants of the meat early Then the unions quietly call ed off the Wilson strike with a joint agreement to continue wagehour talks for 24 The United Packinghouse Workers of America and the Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen called the strikes at Swifts plants in 34 cities and at Wilsons plants in seven cities to enforce demands by both for higher wages and other benefits In a new contract re placing one which expired The contract talks have been under way since early Two days Armour and an other of the big four of the meat packing signed a contract granting wage boosts and some of the other union re The other industry lead ers were expected to But Swift and Wilson stood See Page 9 House Passes Military Bill 4 The House passed and sent to the Senate today a bill provid ing for military construction during the fiscal year that started July The approved by voice Is a compromise be tween separate bills passed pre viously by the Senate and the The amount Is 500 less than the Senate had voted and more than the House had It Is less than the President The bill finances military construction in the United States and More Paralytic Polio Reported For Past Week 4 ffl The number of new paralytic polio cases Increased by 12 pel cent last week to a 1959 weekl high of The revised tola for the previous week is 285 The total was Ihe highest fo the comparable week since 1955 the year Salk vaccine was Intro A yenr ago in the comparable week there were 126 paralytic compared with 76 in 195 and 294 in From 1 through 29 this year there paraly tic compared with last In 1955 there had been paralytic cases by this time of the The total of all polio cases re ported last week was com pared with 486 in the preceding week and 285 a yenr This years total to date is compared with in the similar period of The new cases reported last week were widely Illinois accounted for much of he increase in the east north entral group of stales with 35 23 This includ 1 some concentration in Cook with 10 cases Rock Is land with 7 Henry 4 and Peorla and Win President Eisenhower put aside his official cares today a short vacation as an hon irary citizen of He lad accomplished his mission to Europe to shore up the West rn Alliance against commun With the nine days of diplo matic work in London ind Paris behind the President looking rucl ly and for a labor day wcek snd of rest and golf at Culzean his Scottish vacation He tackled the beautiful yard Allsa five miles rom the this Ive been saying that Id al most prefer not to play golf but just stay inside and he but the weather changed his The weather In usually the dampest part of the British was sunny and Scots gave Eisenhower the friendliest of It was not so big as in Bonn London and because this See Page 9 Second Housing Measure Is Also Killed By Veto 4 Tho Senate today upheld President Elsenhowers veto of the snnotuMry The vote 58 Sfi in favor of 5 short of tho required two thirds of That finished the When tho chamber to net upholds a thn other Houso tlocs not even See Page 10 142 Enroll In Catholic School A total of 142 students have been enrolled in the Church of Lhe Immaculate Conception Parochial School which opened classes through the eighth grade this it was revealed Friday by Father John Kindergarten students will be gin classes The eighth grade and kinder garten are the new grades add id to the school for this Between 150 and 155 students are expected after Kindergar ten begins next It was Mitchell Ashs To Police Labor Bill Clears Congress 4 The House today completed con gressional action on the Labor Controls Bill sent it to the White House for President Eis enhowers certain The measure had passed the Senate 952 Thursday night af ter more than eight hours of The House action dramatical ly capped the Presidents big gest legislative victory of the The roll call vote was It handed Eisenhower a bill patterned closely after his re commendations for legislation to cope with corruption and racke teering in labormanagement The measure Is the first im portant congressional revision of labormanagement law since enactment of TaftHartley Law 12 years The bill writes stringent new rules for protection of union members union elections and financial re porting by unions and employ secondary hot cargo organiza tional picketing and operations ot the National Labor Relations Board in small labor Its first six aimed at racketeering and other abuses in some provide detail ed regulation of union trusteeships and con duct of officers and The seventh and final aroused the most con amends the TaftHart ley law to put new restrictions on such union weapons as boy cotts and organizational picket It also contains a few amendments long sought by the Only Wayne Morse D and William Langer R voted against the bill in the Morse used more than four hours of the debate time detail ing his charge that the measure liquidated some of the hard legitimate rights of American free All of the other speeches piaised the but in general t j enthusiasm was greater among senators most critical of John Kennedy D chairman of the Senate HOUKC conference and sponsor of the original Senate said the final product went farther than he would have lik But he said he made no apologies for it I will say See LABOR Page 11 4 President Elsenhower today ve toed the secondshot 000 housing bill which Congress had passed after he vetoed a more costly measure In The president In a message to See Page i Highways Bill Is Acceptable 4 administration of ficials today reluctantly ad vised the Senate Finance Com mittee they would accept the Housepassed highway financ ing They said they would do so Lo keep the nations road pro gram going even though the penny gas tax Increase In the measure was not the 112 cent gallon boost asked by Presi dent They testifcd also that the administration opposed provi sions in the bill shifting auto and auto parts excise taxes in to the highway trust fund starting July But they expressed the hope this would be changed before it becomes SO WHATS ALL THE EX CITEMENT Mike takes a swig from a bottle in a Phil obvious y unable to understand all the fuss by camer amen and others just because lie fell three full floors from his He landed unhurt but was taken to the hospital for an AP Wirepho to Banned Books Contents Gain Much Attention 4 A banned book is getting con siderable attention on Capitol It Is called Design for and wag written by Thomas head of tho Strategic Air Contrary to said John Moss the book does not ad vocate preventive as chairman of the House Government Information demanded an ex planation from Defense Secre Neil McElroy of why the Pentagon prevented the Books McElroy has said only that t was Inappropriate for a major commander on active duty to ivrlle a book about his current of Stuart Symington D Thursday placed a portion of the manuscript in the a frequent critic of the said the ba would seem to bo a deliberate effort to koop the truth from the peopln about matters which vitally affect their Powers preface to the book said hn wrote it at the risk o being called a sabre rattler ant See Page 10 NO FORCES AVAILABLE FOR UN USE Washington Is Surprised My Sudden Move UNITED 4 UP Laos asked the United Nations today to send an emergency force in the shortest possible time to stop aggression from Communist North Viet Laotian Foreign Minister Khamphan Panya addressed the request to Secretary General Dag who has no authority to send such a force He left It to Hammar skjold to apply the procedure you deem Charter Cited He did not ask formally for a meeting of the security empowered by the UN charter to call on member states for forces to use against aggres Neither did he ask for a debate in the general He cited a provision of tha charter that empowers assembly to discuss any on the maintenance of peace brought before it by any UN Under this the assembly before or after discussion must refer a question at issue to the security councll The Loatlan cabled from Vientiane and delivered through the Laotian foreign troops had been fighting royal Laos garrisons sinco July 16 with from outside ln personnel and In supplies of food and ammuni On tha 30th of It See Page 9 Fighters Can Hake Laos In 35 Hours MIAMI 4 Frank com mander of the tactical air com said today that the Unit ed States can have tactical fighters In the Laos area with in 35 hours of a decision to do Everest commented in re sponse to a query as to possible response to a reported plea from Laos for United Nations military Everest said that forces of the Tactical Air Command could be in the Laos area with 35 hours of a government decision at the He had told newsmen at a briefing that tho Tactical Air Command has adequate facili ties for quick movement any where around the globe in an Everest also disclosed that TAG fighters for several months have been conducting frequent transAtlantic and transPacific flights in great secrecy as part of a new addi tion to overall deterrent poli See Page 0 Peiping Says India Aggressor NEW 4 minister Nehru said today he has received a new note from Red China accusing India of aggression on the Tibetan There is a big argument over Nehru told He said the government is pub lishing a white paper on the tense border including correspondence with India has charged the Chinese Communists with aggression by attacking India border patrols and moving to occupy Indian Nehru told parliament a fair ly long note arrived from Pclp ng They accuse us of aggression against their he Obviously their version does not tally with They have iven names and some places where they said the aggression took place and we are looking into Relations between India and Red China have grown worse since the Tibetan uprising against the Chinese India gave refuge to Tibets the Dalai In accusing the Chinese Com munists of aggression against Nehru has made plain he has no Intention of going to war over the attacks and hopes to resolve border differ ences by Peiping has so far rebuffed his bids to talk things Nehru said Peiping has ask ed India to drop Red China had declared one or two Indian patrols have en tered The prime minister said tho government hoped to reply with in the next few He did not say when the white paper would be Some members of parliament previously demand ed publication of such a docu ment to give maximum publicity to the situation on the India Tibet Nehru said he has had no intimation of any massing of Chinese Communist troops on the border of a pro tectorate of nor have there been any fresh develop1 ments in tho Ladakh area of He reported last Friday that Chinese Communist troops pre sumably were still holding cer tain areas of which they first entered In It is certainly he that large numbers of Red Chi nese troops are in Tibet and there is no doubt some of them are at the borders trying to prevent refugees from escaping Into Nehru denied published re ports that India reported to the Big Three powers on tho He said there havo been no direct notes but that ambassadors of all coun tries were kept Informed and they informed their govern Nehru again declared his op position to debating the Tibetan situation in the The Dalai the godking who fled Tibet last has appealed to the UN to take up the sub jugation of Tibetans by the Chi nese Nehru told parliament a UN debate on Tibet excite cold war feelings and might cause Tibetans to suffer even The lower house then rejected a motion that India refer the Tibetan question the See Page 9   

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