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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - September 5, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHEB LOCAL cloudy and warm through Sunday with widely scat tered Thermometer Readings 9 10 11 12 1 2 82 86 89 92 j 93 94 95 Weather Report on Market Daily Momin j Ujhtjf LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESSAP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE Most Securities and Commodities Are Closed on 78 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS r TAKEOFF FROM ATOMIC SHELTER An Air Force FIDO Super Sabre leaps into the air with the aid of a rocket booster fasten ed beneath the In a recent test at Hollo man Air Force to prove that emer gency takeoffs from airplane bomb shelters are The jet was loosely fastened to a launching platform inside the hangar which simulated an aircraft bomb No runway was The Air Force calls the explosive takeoff a Zero Length AP Wirephoto Mass Arrests In Gotham NEW 5 UP New Yorks desperate action to cope with a rising crime wave involving both youngsters and T adults led to 61 arrests of young men along the west side of Cen tral Park Friday night and early Residents and passersby com plained to police that they were being annoyed by such persons on sidewalks bordering the park from 66th to 88th Police squads rushed into ac Between 8 and 3 they nabbed the 61 young men on disorderly conduct Also arrested were 30 negroes and Puerto Ricans police had gathered for a 48hour whisky and bongo drum party in a lower east side low rent housing On the streets of the lower esst side were five young apparently of Puerto Rlcan or Spanish who were charged with disorderly conduct for boisterous shouting and overturning of garbage cans late Friday Elsewhere iri the a 74 yearold man was beaten and a policeman was stab bed a 65yearold woman wan robbed at gunpoint in her Nelson Rockefeller and Mayor Robert Wagner planned new moves in an allout battle against an exploding wave of juvenile vio lence which took the lives of four children within a week and left many Rockefeller and Wagner agreed on general principles at a meeting although Rockefeller declined to make any detailed The governor and mayor will meet Tuesday with city and officials and civic and religious See Page 4 Indict Youths grid jury indicted two youths Friday on five counts of ma licious mischief in an investiga tion of air rifles being fired at windshields of 75 The in dictment named Albert Stanley and Don Lee Four other youths have turned over to probation Navarro Countys Rating FiveStar Navarro county has again been given a fivestar rating by the East Texas Chamber of Commerce in its annual county tax The latest survey covers the fiscal year ending Results of the survey were ManyMnscovites Unable To See Exhibit 5 Thousands of Russians waiting to get a glimpse of American life were disappointed Friday night when the first ex hibition in Moscow closed its gates before they could get But other Muscovites made the final of ficials said it was the biggest daily crowd since America open ed its popular display of capital ist accomplishments 43 days The which was the scene of the famous Khrush chevNixon kitchen was termed a success by the Soviet news agency Tass which said more than two million visited the A official said The fair was closed in cere monies that included the lower ing of the United Stales and Soviet flags at the exhibitions main entrance in Sokolniki It reopened briefly for a spec ial showing for nine con who arrived late from the Inter Parliamentarian Union meeting in All major buildings will be turned over to the Soviet gov ernment under agreements that provided for an exchange of ex hibits here and in New A deal to sell numerous displays to the Soviets has not yet been announced by the Public Af fairs Department the Six stars is the highest rating that a county can Na varro county missed the six star rating for 1958 only because it failed to collect 95 per cent of current taxes or cent of current and delinquent taxes County Judge Kenneth Doug las on receiving the results of the survey said the county should be proud of its tax struc The five stars were won on the following points ratio of net debt to assessed valuations was not above state average operating fund tax rate not above state average all funds operated on a cash basis the county operated within its bud See Page 4 Texas Deiicii AUSTIN Stale Comp troller Robert Calvert said Friday Texas ended its 1959 fis cal year 31 with a He previously predicted deficit may be 67 million dollars A new law requiring the state to adopt a different bookkeep ing system knocked off most of the Calvert reported the state spent during the year compared to during State income in creased during 1959 by to a total The biggest revenue produc ers were Crude oil production tax up about 6 mil lion dollars from 1958 motor fuel sales taxes up 8 million dollars and motor ve hide licenses and sales taxes up 5 Holiday Deaths Mounting Hourly lir ft ft ft ft ft ft Soviet Veto Confronting Laos UN COUNCIL CALL MONDAY ANTICIPATED Some Observers Fear War Should SEATO Assist UNITED 5 Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold hurried lome from South America to day to deal with Laos appeal for a UN task force to stop any aggression from Communist North Viet President Eisenhower was de scribed today as concerned about the At Turn where the President is resting after his West European press secretary James Hagerty said he chief of stale is keeping n close touch with the situa tion in Can Call Assembly Diplomats expected the 11na tion Security Council to bo called into an emergency ses sion Monday but predicted the Soviet Union would veto any JN intervention into the fight ng in the Southeast Asian In the event of a Soviet veto n the council any seven mem bers of the council can call an emergency session of the 82 nation assembly within 24 The feeling is that the assem bly would approve help to the hardpressed Buddhist king i SEATO Watching diplomats repre senting the antiCommunist organization regards the Asian See Page 4 Rights Report Stirs Dispute Before Release 5 The first report of com mision on civil rights has kick ed off a controversy several days before its scheduled re lease A Southern senator de nounced the report Friday as outright dictatorship and a rape of the rights of the states and the peo But a northern senatoi viewed the commissions rec ommendations as The the first by the sixman commission since it was set up in is not due to be published until next Tues But advance copies of it are circulating in the A Kenneth Keating defended the report Friday as a bal welldocumented analy sis of the legal and moral prob lems in the way of realizing equality under the Keating said the commis sions recommendations for the most part are very There have been growing signs that Senate leaders are dropping the idea of fighting for a civil rights bill before See Page 4 Major Provisions New Labor Code By JOHN BECKLER 5 The new labor bill just passed by Congress has two general divisions measures dealing with internal union and amendments to the TaftHart Jey The controversy that accom panied its passage dealt almost entirely with the TaftHartley The various bills proposed were in wide basic agreement on reform in are the broad provisions of the bill compared with the House and Senate ver sions out of which it was fash ioned and existing provisions of the TaftHartley In the case of the reform there is no existing federal Hot Cargo Agreements Under an usually a agrees to boy goods coming from anoth with whom the union has a labor The TaftHartley law contains no ban against The House banned all such The Senate ban ned only those involving motor carriers in The final version adopts the House Secondary Boycotts The TaftHartley act prevents a union from trying to per suade groups of employes to boycott But loopholes have permitted a union to achieve the same result through individual workers and The Senate bill contained no provisions against secondary The House drew up a general ban closing the loop The final version con tains the House provisions but permits continuance of existing agreements in the garment and construction industries against arming out work to nonunion NonCommunist Affidavits The TaftHartley act requires nonCommunist affidavits to be filed with the National Labor Relations Board by union of The House bill repeal ed the The Senate bill extended it to employers seek ing NLRB The final version adopts the House pro No Mans Land Under present Taf t Hartley law the as a practical frequently declines to intervene in small labor dis Courts have held that state agencies cannot act in such thus creating a no mans land in which the small labor dispute is The House provided thai slale labor boards and courls could assume jurisdiclion in such cases and apply state The Senate said only state la bor boards could intervene and would have to apply federal Only 12 states have labor The final version in cludes the House provision in Organizational Picketing There is no TaftHartley ban at present against picketing to force an employer to recognize a The House bill prohi bited such picketing where an election for union recognition had been held within 12 were another union had been or where the picketing union could not show it spoke for at least 30 per cent of the The Senate limited the ban following an election to nine months rather than It also ruled out picketing where an other union had been The final bill includes the House provision in Economic Strikers TaftHartley Law prevents workers on strike for higher wages or betler working condl lions from voting in representa tion The House p vided that a representalion elcc llon could not be held for at least a year during a but did not go into the question of The Senate bill permitted eco nomic strikers to vote as long as they were on The final version permits them to vote during a period of one year from the time the strike Those are the major Taft Hartley The finally adopted union reform measures are close to both the House and Senate which differed mainly in their smaller In the bill of rights section both House and Senate made violation of a union members rights a federal The House fixed maximum punish ment at one year in jail and a The Senate made See LABOR Page 4 Morse Slows Senate Adjournment Plans Ike Lowers Score Saturday TORANZO MONTERO MADE ARGENTINE MILITARY CZAR BUENOS Carlos To ranzo Montero emerged today as Argentinas military czar af ter President Arturo Frondizi bowed to army Reinstated as commander in Toranzo Montero began planning a reshuffle in the na top military He did not disclose his but It s certain that officers who lost out in the near rebellion will be replaced by generals to his lik Toranzo Monteros reappoint ment was followed by the resig nation of war Secretary Elvlo Anaya the man who fired him n a dispute over army promo tion Director Quits Law Foundation 5 OP McLaughlin of Snyder has re signed as a director of the Texas Law Enforcement saying the foundation Is not discharging the mision for which it was chairman of the Texas Public Safety has been associated with the privately supported foundation or many He said he Is dissatisfied with the organiza tions He said the original purpose of the foundation was to support and promote better law enforce his purpose has not been and is not being accom and I therefore feel no Inclination to continue giving my efforts and money to this he Can Take Fez But Not Toupee visitor from attending a Southeastern Shrine meeting had dou ble trouble here Two men grabbed his maroon fez from his head and fled as he stood on a street I didnt mind them taking my fez too the bald Shrlner but they got my toupee with ROB DIAPER SERVICE FORT WORTH A rob ber slugged one employe of the Lullaby Diaper Service with a pistol and forced the owner to sack up an estimated in cash from a safe early Leon was bruised and cut on the Anaya was succeeded by Rodolfo a close friend of the commander in Toranzo Montero said the crises was strictly and not He said he would order only normal measures and that a few military leaders will be After reinstating Toranzo Montero last Frondizi re fused to discuss the situation with The army chief freed four generals and a colonel who had been among 17 officers arrest ed on Anayas orders In the wake of Toranzo Monteros ous The rest are expected to be released Several commanders of in terior army posts who had back ed Anaya will be replaced by commanders close to Toranzo This will produce the reshuffle he demanded and which caused his The newspaper Corrco De La Tarde said Frondizi had offer See Page 4 Most Of City Will Observe Labor Holiday The threeday Labor Day weekend started for many Cor sicana and Navarro county resi dents Friday and will last through Most county employes will get the day off Schools closed Friday and re sume classes Tuesday the post office and other federal and state coun ty and most city and most business establishments will observe the The Public Library will be closed Many Navarro county resi dents will take to the highways and commander of the Corsicana substation of the State Highway has announced that his entire staff is being utilized in patrolling the highways in an effort to keep down traffic It is predicted that 31 per sons in Texas will die on the highways before the holiday weekend is The city of Corsicana has an nounced that garbage pickups will be made as usual Monday While some business houses have indicated that they will be most of them will The Daily Sun will be publish ed City fire and all law enforce ment agencies will he on duty during the holiday 5 Eisenhow today bcgan another round of golf topping his first drive nto the he as he mllingly shook his The President followed two ther players who did the same Standing on the first tee of he Turnberry course where he played Eisenhower oked with his partners and a group of about 20 spectators ml The President is relaxing in Icotland until Monday after his nineday mission of consulta ions with West European lead ers on the eve of Soviet Pre mier Nikita Khrushchevs isit to the United The sun was shining brightly as the foursome went to the Well play for a hob a said the A bob means a is 14 The President was teamed again with Turnherrys Club Ian Playing against them were Ambassador to Britain John Hay Whitney and William chairman oC the board of Coca an old golfing friend of the arrived See Page 4 Herter Returns Calling Europe Trip Success 4 tf Secretary of State Christian Herter arrived from Europe to day on1 the presidential plane Columbine for a weeks vaca tion and conferred briefly nt his summer home with Ambassador Henry Cabot Herter said he hadnt heard the latest on the situation in Laos but expected to confer on matter immediately with his who was staying nt his Beverly entitled privalely with Herter nt the secretarys summer place in Manchestcr Dodce wns expected to fly back to New York some time Asked If he cxpectrd to know after his talk with Lodge whether his vocation would he interrupted Herter replied didnt say J was going to dis cuss Laos with Accompanying Herter were Livingston Depiitj Undersecretary of and Andrew Assistant Secretary of State for Public Hcrtor said reactions the Sees History Repeat refugee from the Russian invasion of his na tive Saturday had pungent and terse comment re lative to the situation in He was forced to flee Hungary and finally made his way lo America and is now a praclic ng physician in Egyed gave the following statement Laos asked the UN to send an emergency force in the shortest possible time to stop aggression from Communist North The Laotian letter said for eign troops had been fighting them since July Britain at once announced it favored UN action IF aggres sion in Laos is British NOT YET satisfied that aggression HAS BEEN Laotian Foreign Minister in an address to Secretary General Dag did not ask FORMALLY for a meeting of the security did he ask FORMALLY for a debate in the general Hammerskjold was said to be still negotiating through diplomatic channels on how to meet that Laotian All these clippings from Fri days newspaper bear the eery resemblance to the events in Hungary In November On Novnber 1956 the Hungarian Prime Minister Nagy ap pealed to the UN EST for the protection of the new neutral Hungary This appeal was cabled to Mr Hammerskjold and was repeat ed again and again through the Hungarian And the UN met three days later when the Russians already stormed Buda pest and murdered its people They condemned the Russians many a time after that but that was We could expect that the Communist aggression will be PROVED when the tiny Laos will be completely crushed bj the And then Ham merskjold will be relieved lhal nolhl can be done and they dont have to insult Ihe Com Wouldnt it be beller to replace Hammerskjold with Khrushchev Maybe even he would be ashamed to be such hypocrite 5 W Hobbled by a lone members ob the Senate stumbled along slowly today in a possibly fruitless effort to wind up Con gress work nexl With seven major legislative Issues to be acted Scn Ue Majority Leader Lyndon Johnson of Texas told reporters that a quitting date is not In Johnson had been working for i 12 adjournment but he into fiery and knowledge able opposition from Wayne Morse Angered because he had been breed to cancel a Labor Day speaking date in y Johnsons scheduling of a loliday Morse denounc ed the party leader and pro ceded to use every parliament ary laclic al his command to slow down the Senates opera When the Senate met at 11 Morse objected to John sons request that the Finance Committee be permitled to con linue work on q bill lo finance See Page I Five Mother Victims Gas Poisoning 8 UP SRC Page 4 a vaca tioning family were found dead in their cottage near this northeastern Wisconsin community late Friday night and their mother died this All apparently were victims of gas poisoning which struck them down sometime Thursday Gloria the mother of the children who had been staying with them while her husband worked during the week at his job in died loday at a hospllal in The children were Identified as 10 7 5 and The bodies were found at about 11 when Kenneth Posselt of and a baby Sandy call ed at Iho Rovge cottage on Me Clauslin seven miles See Page 4 Missile Frigate Honors Halsey 5 UP new guided missile frlgale will carry the name of the Inlc Flcel William The Navy is honoring Hal soys memory by assigning his name lo Ihe Frigate on which construction will starl in December al Ihe San Fran cisco naval carrier task force Ad miral of World War died The guided missile frlgalcs nrc a new designed lo use the Terrier missiles in air de TRAFFIC IS MAIN KILLER FIRST HOURS Warm And Dry Weather Making Speeding Easier BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Traffic 97 Boating 3 NonBoating Drowiiings 0 Miscellaneous 7 TOTAL 107 By The Associated Press Labor Day holiday traffic deaths rose rapidly Fatalities were reported at a of almost eight an hour during the period from 7 o noon Caution Urged The National Safety Council the early toll heavy and urged cautious driving by the millions of motorists on the streets and roads for the sum mers last The weather was dry and warm In most a Mon that encourages Multiple Deaths Four Marines en route homa or the holiday were killed when their car collided headon witti a tractortrailer near Warren The victims were Ronald Rob of Russell of Thomas of and George Waldi of See Page 4 Texas Violence Starts Off A Deadly Stride ation Motorcide began one min ute after midnight Saturday at the start of the 3day Day holiday which will take an estimated 31 lives on Texas high Our patrolmen will be on Texas highways In strength throughout the holidays to aid motorists and remove dangerous drivers from the said Ho mer Garrison director of the Deparlmenl of Public The predlcled toll is one more than last Labor Day and com pares with 28 killed during the last 3day holiday period over July Two I men died and a woman was injured Friday when a pickup truck struck a tree and turned in a stock Killed were Jesse Daniel I and Forest Horton both of Daniel suffered a broken BONHAM CharlesRjbI erl was falally injured Friday when he was Ihrown off the back of a truck on which he was GLADEWATER John I David a center for See TEXAS Page 41 Williams Veteran To Texas 5 Crit icallyill Walter Williams will continue to draw his a month state pension until il is legally proven he is nol Ihe lasl surviving Confederate Vet Price Daniel headed Ihe list of state officials who yes terday rejected a sitory earlier this week from Washington that Ihe Houston Centenarian Is not a veteran of the Civil All of the evidence available in state offices and Confederate records that Walter Williams Is the last surviving Confederate veteran we shall respect and follow the records of the state and the Confeder acy rather than the archives of the federal government which have always been recognized as incomplete with respect to mem bers of the Confederate Daniel Charles Veterans Af fairs said theyll have an awfully hard time try ing to prove he wasnt a Con federate The Washington story quoted an Ohio woman who said she had lived in Williams former home and many residents there thought that Williams had not been in the It also said census reports cast doubts on his being old enough to serve Vick managing edi tor of the Daily said many persons in the Bryan area have believed that Williams in his later years confused himself with a brother who served with John The Bryan paper put out a special edition in 1921 listing all the veterans of Hoods Brigade but it does not have Williams The list was compiled by Miss Katie Secretary of the Hoods Brigade Reunion which met regularly In In Williams submitted his pension supporl cd by Ihe lale Robertson County Judge Joe Williams said he was S6 which would make him 112 now instead of the 110 he He said he served about five months with Hoods Texas Brigade and later about six months with Quantrills Raid ers before the war He said he entered the Confederate Army at Blue Those Yankees just Ihlnk theyve killed all us Confeder ates relorled Miss Ethel who heads Ihe Confed erate Pension Fund 116 by his calcula is In a near coma in Hous The questioning began wher a writer for Lowell Brid said Williams is a Con federate veteran only in his memoryclouded i Stale officials point trusting ly to a yellowing documenl sub milled in 1932 by Williams and a county It put him on the pension rolls at o month for himself and hi Texas now pays him The sworn document stales he was born serv ed about five months with Ge John Hoods Texas Brignd and about six months will Quantills Raiders before th war T remember Sheppar and Taylor examining th application when il came 1 They went up to the slate 1 brary and checked to see whet er Williams had served w See Page 4   

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