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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - September 8, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL to partly clou dy and warm through Wednesday with Iso lated late afternoon and nighttime thunder Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 82 83 I 84 85 86 87 Complete Weather Report on Market HJHemtof tht Morninl liAhtg LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er early some Treasury issues af new er trading CHICAGO Whea late general Oats Mostly steady traiJe Stendy top steers steady to 25 cents higher top 80 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Report Recommends Federal Voting Registrars it UN Probers Expect To Be In Laos By Weekend SOBOLEV IS UNABLE TO BLOCS MOVE Suggests Alternatives Are More Dangerous UNITED The United Na tions new factfinding group said today it hopes to have its personnel appointed within 24 hours and to be in troubledLaos by the end of the The views of the fournation subcommittee were made known by Ambassador Egidio Ortona of Security Council Presi who met privately with representatives of the other three member nations to draft operating plans for the The other members are Jap Argentina and Ordered by Council Ortona told newsmen that all four had agreed to urge their home governments to act as quickly as possible to speed the mission ordered earlier today by the Security Council after it had brushed aside Soviet veto Ortona reported that the sub committee had received an invi tation from the Laotian govern ment to make an inquiry on the Ha said also that Laos had already transmitted infor mation to the group on the con flict which the Laotian govern ment claims is being spurred by the Soviets Oppose The councils resolution creat ing the subcommittee was spon sored by the United Brit sin ind all members at the Treaty Organization See Page 2 Extend Deadline j Reserve Land Applications Navarro county farmers have been granted a new deadline for taking steps to enter the con servation reserve soil bank Will county ASC office reported Tues Jones announced that his of fice had received a telegram from deputy production ad advising that the dead line for making applications for CR basic farm payment rates has been extended through 30 and that the deadline for making applications for CR contracts has been extended through It was also announced that the county tabulation made up of Will Sidney Price of chairman Barton of Rice and Nolan Brown of Blooming will meet Fri day at 9 to canvass votes in the countywide election and determine who will be the 16 delegates to the county conven tion The top votegetter in each of the 16 communities participat ing in the election will become a See Page 2 School Legal Action Instituted Ike Plans Thursday Talk TEENAGE LAUGHTER IN POLICE STATION Thomas and James both laugh in Coney New police station where they were book ed in connection with beating and robbing of 74yearold Osgood is handcuffed to Vincent also booked with the They are accused of beating Harry Gardener of New and robbing him of as he sat on Coney Island board AP Wirephoto Youth Stabs Man To Death Holiday Deaths Well Over 600 exas Violence Over Weekend Takes 54 Lives By The Associated Tress Violence over the fourday Labor Day weekend killed at least 54 persons in Unreported fatalities and those who will die from criti cal injuries were expected to push the grim total to more than 60 Of the deaths 28 oc curred in the crush of holiday Three persons one died in a boating and death came to the others in miscellaneous most ly by The Associtaed Press began its count at 6 Friday and ended it at midnight the count slowed down on Labor Of the 41 had been counted before the holiday proper The latest deaths reported in cluded Buel Andrew died Monday when his new auto overturned on a curve 212 miles southeast of of Mission was shot and killed Monday See TEXAS Page 2 BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Traffic Boating 1R Nonboating GO Miscellaneous 84 Total By The Associated F ess Traffic accidents during the threeday Labor Day holiday cost the nation a near record toll in human More than 430 dead were counted The alltime record numhei of traffic deaths for a Laboi Day weekend is in A total of 658 persons were killed during that in cluding drownings and miscellaneous The National safety council had estimated 450 traffic deathf would occur this year from 6 Friday to last midnight local Last year 420 traf fic deaths occurred during the holiday The safety council said this years heavy toll again empha sizes the need for greater ef fort by in pub lie and private pre vent traffic The Associated Press sur veyed the 2124 weekend a nonholiday for com parative The survej showed 307 dead in traffic ac 15 in boating mishaps 71 in nonboating drownings See Page 2 New Housing Bill Advanced 8 UP The Senate Banking Committee today approved a billion dollar housing bill after receiving assurances President Eisenhower would sign The committee made only three changes in the second measure Eisenhower vetoed last But Chairman Willis Robertson said these changes were enough to gain definite word from the White House that the new version would be The word Robertson after a meeting of Repub lican congressional leaders with the president this The biggest change in the new bill is the elimination of a 50 million dollar direct loan pro gram for college This program brought strong objections from The other changes were Elimination of an cutoff date on the eight billion dollars of new authority for the FHA mortgage insurance A change in the urban re newal or slum clearance pro gram to provide that the 6SO million dollars of new grant money for cities will not be avail able all at once but over a two year The bill would allow 350 million the first and 300 million the The president had protested that all of the 650 million might be spent in one The bill retains two features of the second to which Eisen hower objected authority to begin new low rent pub lic housing units and a 50 million dollar direct loan program for housing for the John Sparkman chairman of the housing sub said the new measure probably will be considered by the Senate Sparkman said the House leaders as well as administra tion officials had been consulted in its He said the House and administration are in agree ment now for the first He expressed hope no floor changes would be made which might up set the agreement reached in two days of The first housing bill this a was vetoed by Eisenhower in The second bill was killed last Both times the Senate tried unsuc cessfully to override the The new third as did its two carries money and new authorizations for a wide variety of government backed housing some of which are out of The bill was approved by the Senate panel 130 with William Proxmire vot ing present and Homer Capehart NEW 8 A 17yearold hoy was accused to day of stabbing a man to death n the street in the citys latest outbreak of teenage fatal stabbing Mondaj night brought to five the num ber of people slain by teenagers n Manhattan in little more than two The rising tide of street vio lence and juvenile crime has aroused the Police startec a crackdown a week and since then have arrested ovei 00 youths on minor Since the year youths have killed 11 eight o them in clashes between the tough street gangs that flourish in the city Monday nights slabbing took place about 10 blocks north o the Police say Ramlro who came here from Puerto Rico several weeks ago argued with Thomas 28 of the and chased him for several throwing pieces of pavement at him When Jordan stumbled on i police the boy caugh up and stabbed him in the chest Jordan died a few minutes and Roman was charged witii The boy told police through an interpreter that he chasec but denied stabbing him The stabbing came a shor time aftnr Mayor Hobeit F Wagner delivered a tough tele vision speech in which he sale juvenile crime would be me with nil the power the city po See Page 8 8 l President Eisenhower will make a radiotelevision report to the people Thursday night on his talks with Allied leaders in Western He will speak from his White House office from to Announcing this Press Secretary James Hagerty said all the major networks have agreed to handle the 15minute speech and that except for one possible delayed radio broadcast all of them will be Because of the Hager ty The President will not hold a news conference this Hagerty said the Thursday night speech will deal with the residents trip to West Ger Britain and France and vith some of the current inter national developments that Eis enhower and Allied leaders dis cussed during that Eisenhower was described by congressional caller as quite lappy about the results of his See Page 2 Current Steel Strike Becomes Longest NEW 8 The nationwide steel strike be came the longest of its kind In the countrys history today without the faintest glimmer of hope for a settlement The walkout of steel workers Union shut ting down mills accounting lor 87 per cent of the nations basic steel entered its 56th day at A similnr strike totaled 59 days in 1952 but its continuity was interrupted by government The longest seg ment was 55 In other years there have been longer walk outs against individual The longest previous nation wide work stoppage was 42 days in The shortest was 32 hours in The current shutdown of 12 major steel producing firms is estimated to have cost billions of dollars in lost wages and bus iness for the federal negotia tors and industry and union representatives met for 45 min utes and then adjourned until The ndjournment was Intend ed to give both sidos time to lay the groundwork for ex panded subcommittee negotia Although the meetings of numerous subcommittees was regarded as a new in formed sources saw no break in the 8 Minister Macmillan today set 8 as the date for a nation al Voters in 630 districts will de cide who will represent them n a new House of with the victors receiving a mandate not exceeding five If the Conservatives win a majority of the seats Macmil an will remain as prime minis Opposition leader Hugh Jaitskell will replace him if the Labor party The Lib eral party and a few smaller political groups also will have candidates in the Macmillan announced the date after consultations with 8 Republican congressional lead ers told President Eisenhower today there is still some hope that Congress will wind up its labor next At the same time Lyndon Johnson of the Demo cratic issued new speed up orders and indicated some He how that there is no magic in Saturday for an adjournment Meanwhile Wayne Morse shoveled new sand in the gears to slow down the ad journment who says he is opposing the sort of legislation that comes out of a sessionend speedup See Page 2 SAVKS SISTER Linda Kay cuddles her sister at their whose life she was credited with saving by mouthtomouth respiration she read about in a ill with high stopped breath While the mother phoned for medical Linda started the When a doctor and police Joyce wns breathing Joyce is the only baby sister Ive I simply had to do said AP Wirephotoj NATIONAL ELECTIONS SET FOR BRITAIN OCTOBER t Cotton Guess Slightly Under August Figure Agriculture Department forecast Texas cotton produc tion today at down bales from the previous months The crop was set at 000 The If confirmed by still would mean an Increase in production over and would be well over the 10 year average of The department said wet weather in the eastern Texas resulted in substantial in sect and root rot Much al the dry land crop in West especially in the south ern suffered from lack of rain during In the Coastal Bend and Central Tex rains delayed harvest and lowered the the forecast was for This estimate is bales less than the forecast a month It compares also with last years crop of 000 and with the 10year 1947 57 average of The crop is being grown un See Page 2 Valley To Hear Alaska Senator Bob Barlett will speak at a Democratic party in the Lower Rio Grande Val party officials said The rally is planned in con nection with a meeting of the State Executive Committee at McAllen The dinner will be open to Democrats throughout the Other fund raising dinners were held previously In Abilene and Queen Elizabeth II at Balmoral Hastle in There were last minute consultations with liis cabinet colleagues during the afternoon at 10 Down ng The old parliament will be dissolved The newly elected Parliament will open Galtskell and Aneurin Labors foreign affairs arranged to hurry back from Moscow to plunge into the elec Sce Page 2 Public Schools Enrollment Is 4174 Tuesday Pupils in Corsicanas public white schools returned to the classrooms Tuesday morning following Mondays Labor Day and negro students re ported for the first time thi White schools opened last but opening of negro schools was delayed he cause of the that bntllj damaged the Jackson high school building the night of Fri Dana Williams reported that temporary quarters foi Jackson elementary students were all ready for occupancy Tuesday with the ex ception of the negro Masonic lodge on East Sixth This building will be ready for oc cupancy in two or three he students scheduled to attend classes In the Masonic building have boon assigned temporarily to the gymnasium on the Jackson Total enrollment for al both while and negro In the system was set at Schools reported the follow Soe Page 2 County Receives Big State Check Tuesday mornings mall yield ed a check for to the County of County Judge Kenneth Don who received the check said It came from the It Is money that would have been used to pay off road dis trlct bonded bu since Navarro county docs no owe any bonded indebtedness the full sum was sent to tho Judge Douglas said the mon y could be usell only in main mining lateral roads in the A quo warranto proceeding n the name of the State of Texas on the relation of the Blooming Grove Independent ichool District of Navarro and Brelthaupt and Clark Simons against the county board of school trustees of Navarro county and against Corsicana Independent School district was filed in dis trict court here Tuesday morn Those filingthe suit Tuesday are seeking to set aside the action of the county board in lisannexing the area in ques tion from Blooming Grove and annexing it to It Is expected that a hearing will be set down within the uear future on the matter by District Judge James Se See LEGAL Page 2 Powell Wants One Third Oi Political Jobs NEW S UP Adam Clayton Powell D predicted today that the 1960 census would show that 50 per cent of Manhattans population is either negro or Puerto He told a news conference Lhat at least one of every three elective and appointive political posts in the area should be giv en to members of those groups one of New York Citys five had population of in the 1950 Powell said that If he and his supporters were elected to Harlem district leaderships in next Tuesdays primary they would work to increase the political representation of the negroes and Puerto Powell Is seeking to dethrone Elijah who has the backing of Tammany the Manhattan Democratic organiza The negro congressman said Tammany policy is to replace an outgoing official with one of the same racial and religious He said this prac tice had been outmoded by the growth of the negro and Puerto Rican Projects In House Measure 8 A defiant House passed anc sent to the Senate Tuesday i public works ap proprlatlons bill after refusing to eliminate projects which drew a presidential veto of an earlier Navarro Mills funds are The roll call vote was 30293 well above the twothirds need ed to override a The bill finances several hun dred river and flooc control and reclamation pro jocls throughout the In eluding 67 to which Preslden Eisenhower objected In his veto last REACTION FROM SOUTH BITTER One Civil Rights Panel Member Opposes Program of federal voting regis rars where necessary was rec commended by the Civil Rights Commission today to assure ne jroes and other minority groups the right to vote for federal of Southern senators promptly denounced this and other rec ommendations as extreme and and a program of deceit and They said they would oppose legisla needed to carry It Laws Inadequate It has become apparent that legislation presently on the looks is inadequate to assure hat all our qualified citizens shall enjoy the right to Commission said in a re port to President Eisenhower and That recommendation was ap proved by five members of tha sixman The John Battle of Charlottes saying ent laws are Use of federal Bat le would place in tha lands of the federal govern ment a vital part of the elec tion process so jealously guard ed and carefully reserved to tha states by the founding fath Propose Amendment Three of six rq emhera See CIVIL Page 8 Faubus Deplores Three Bombings At Little Rock LITTLE 8 Orval Faubus to day deplored three bomblnga over school Public indignation A reward fund was proposed for capture of tho persons who tossed the bombs Monday The Chamber of Commerce announced It would underwrite a reward for informa tion leading to arrest of the One bomb damaged tho school board One hit the mayors business The third damaged a station wagon of Fire Chief Gann No one was Police patroled streets and set up barricades around the four public high Two ol the schools were integrated by five negroes The bombings did not delay todays opening of Junior hlgli and elementary schools nor af fect the operation of the fout high Two men reportedly were seen fleeing from the bombed struc tures after hurling objects al No arrests have beer Faubus told a news conference See LITTLE Page 2 Most Integration Fronts Peacefu By The Associated Press Races were mixed for the first time in a Florida public school There were no inci dents as a Miami school accept ed four in contrast to Little where dyna mite blasts touched oft new Virginia extended public school integration to two more com munities Tuesday without dis Dynamite bombs Monday night damaged offices of the Little Rock school the office of Mayor Werner Knoop and Fire Chief Gann Nallcys station wagon which was parked in front of his There were no Integration Miamis Or chard Villa elementary school at tracted only newsmen and two strong The lat members of the Ku Klux Klan and the White Citizens caused no The Orchard Villa school is in a neighborhood that has be come almost entirely The previously allwhite school had 222 student last term but many white famllites have moved In Front Royal and Charlottesvllle white schools re ceived a small number of negro Over 300 white children registered with 21 negroes at Front Royal where white parenis boycotted the pupil Warren county high school last Arrival of 11 negroes at two previously allwhite schools in Charlotesville brought snicker ing from some white pupils but no The two Venable elementary and Lane high school were closed for the first term last year under a state law filmed at preserving T h e courts overturned the A negro family attempted to day to enroll six children in a white elementary school at Fort and were turned down by Principal Joe McGee on grounds thill the school board had voted to continue a segregated It was report edly their second attempt in re cent president of the local chapter of the Nation al Association for the Advance ment of Colored called the refusal unfortunate and a deliberate attempt to violate the order of the supremo The parents of the six chil and Herbert appeared at the school and told we want to enroll our children in McGce took the family into his office and explained to them that the school board had voted to continue a segregated Teal didnt make any com ment or protest other than to if thats the way it thats the way Its got to at Houston the na tions largest segregated school system opened without There had been reports negroes would seek to enroll at several white schools in the student school but no such cases had been reported at Plans were being made for first grade integration at pre viously allwhite schools in Kent and counties In southern Delaware tomorrow and Thurs Some Tolton Kviiits Elsewhere in the South thou sands of youngsters were an swering school Integra at least of the token va was in effect at some pub lic iomil level in all the states except Mississippi and Sou Dynamite bombs In the A kansas capital damaged the of fices of the Little Rock schoo the office of Mayor Wer ner Knoop and shattered Fir Chief Gann Nallys station wa gon while it was parked In fron of his The three bombs explodei within a 30 minute period lat Monday The blasts wer heard throughout much of th integrationtroubled N iujuries were Integrated schools resume the Port of and across the Potoma River from an continue in Arlington count In 76 negroes are expecte to attend 16 former whit schools in the five Twentythree negro chlldre have applied for admission t first grade classes in former allwhite schools in two soutl crn Delaware ICeti and More negro pupil may First grade start Wednesday and Thun Other integration develo See Page 2   

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