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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - September 9, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                t f THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Thursday with widely scattered thundershowers no important tempera ture Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 78 82 86 88 90 91 Complete Weather Report en Market Daily San Morning liAhtT LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er decline convert ibles mill CHICAGO general liquida distant months at now season OatsSlightly lower light to 50 cents higher top Cat steers steady to 50 cents low er top 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS STEPPING each of whom hopes shell be the next Miss step out for the cameraman at Atlantic at start of the annual Left to right Miss Suzie Jackson Miss Dawn Welsl Miss Mary Ann Hazelton Miss Marilyn Turner Miss Linda AP Wirepholo Combat Crew Fires Atlas Chou Demands India Withdrawa 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 Senators Balk On Khrushchev RIGHTS AND VANDENBERG AIR FORCE 9 Air Force combat troops today successfully launched their first Atlas intercontinental A general said the action should help prevent The with triple the range of previous American combat soared west ward over the Pacific Ocean aimed at a bulls eye nauti cal miles near Wake FourStar General Thomas commander of the Stra tegic Air called it a historical He added It adds to SACs deterrent One of our major missions is to deter To the extent that the Atlas has been turned over to us and we have successfully fired the Atlas is Success of the launch means the United States has a missile capable of delivering nuclear destruction at oceanspanning distances up to The shot was not intended as a full range The air force did not dis close whether the missile act ually hit the Power did that ho was more than well Of we will have some tidying up to do before we can the Atlas program is ready See Page 6 Shotgun Blast Fatal At Waco WACO Iff John Hester of nearby Chalk was shot to death at the LacyLakeview five miles north of He died of a shotgun blast in the chest as he walked toward a A 44yearold steelworker was arrested but no charges were filed immediately against him Officers said the man told them the shooting followed unwel come advances toward his sis Florida Capsule Recovered Intact CAPE 9 A space capsule ike the one a Mercury Astro naut will ride in orbit was ilasted hundreds of miles out across the Atlantic today and quickly recovered Space experts said main research ob ectives were met despite a mechanical mishap that short ened the The bottledshapedsteel cham ber was hoisted aloft from this missiletest center at EST by a huge Atlas he vehicle chosen for the first manned Instead of a State National Lists Changes Several promotions in the official family of the State Na tional Bank were announced by Jack fol owing the regular monthly meeting of the board of direc tors Tuesday Chester cashier and vice was named as sistant trust retaining the vice Michael was elected being promoted from assistant Frank and David Brown were named new assistant connected with the bank in various capacities dur ing the past several will be in the note Pres ident Young Brown recently completed his law course at Southern Metho dist University and has re turned to Corsicana to He has been with the bank for some While attending law school Brown was employed In the public relations department of a Dallas suburban it carried only All went well on the launch ng itself but when the power ful first stage burned out after 2 minutes and 40 seconds It failed to disengage fall away as The resulting drag cut the flight short of the 100 miles altitude and distance but telemetry signals came back for 12 of the ex pected 20 indicating hat much of the planned range had been Then signals were heard from the chamber afloat on the water several hundred miles See Page 9 Confirm Texas Federal Judge 9 The Senate unanimously con firmed today President Eisen howers nomination of Joe Fisher to be federal judge for the eastern district of He succeeds the late Judge Lamar Fisher is a native of San Au gustine and has lived in Jasper for many He practiced law in Jasper from 1946 to 1957 before becoming state judge of the First District From 1939 to 1946 he was dis trict attorney at San RULES FEUDS SLOW ACTION Higher Savings Bond Interest Gains Approval 9 Thomas Dodd DConn said today he and other sena tors are prepared to talk to death any Invitation to Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev to speak before Congress or the in a said he is confident there is so much opposition in Congress that no such invitation will be Notice Promised He added that Senate majority leader Lyndon Johnson D had assured him any State Department requests for such an invitation would be presented to the entire Senate and would be subject to a debate and a vote of the entire I wish to serve notice that should there by any change in the present plan of Congress to ignore should there be any lastminute attempt to bring him in to address a joint session or a ression of the Sen I will use every fair par liamentary device to assure that the issue is adequately debat Dodd Assured Of Help He added he had received as surance from a number of other Page 4 More Schools Are Integrated Minus Trouble White House Gets Gasoline Tax Hike Steel Bargaining Oddest NAVARRO COUNTY ESCAPES AVGVST HIGHWAY DEATHS By The Associated Press Integration of public schools in Delaware counties that hac opposed race mixing began peacefully Thirty negro children enter ed first grades in nine of the states 94 school districts inthe southern counties of Kent anc Other grades will be one a under a court order favoring gradua change as a means of lessening emotional Public schools in northern New Castle which con tains about half the states pop were integrated five years About half of the negro pupils in the stat are in schools previously integ While only 30 negro were registered for the opening school officials said oth ers could apply and be acceptet An elementary school in Mil ford where violence developei five years ago during effort to integrate a high school open ed its doors to three negro girl Wednesday without In Floridas first experimen in public school sev en more white children entere Hire Geren For Jackson Work Orchard Villa Elementar Employment of Architect Preston Geren of Fort Worth for work on the replacement of the firegutted Jackson school was made by the school Corsicana public at the regular monthly meeting at the school administration building Tuesday Board Member William proposed that the board follow Dana Wil liams recommendation to hire Geren following Robinsons in vestigation into architects and their Ask Recommendations Williams said he would notify Geren Tuesday night of the de cision and ask him to send representatives to Corsicana as soon as possible to study the Jackson situation and make Geren was obtained on the regular six per cent basis in Jpher words he will be paid six W per cent of the total cost of Last week the board consider ed the possibility that this fee was too high and that a capable architect might be obtained for Robinson said there was little doubt that architects could be obtained for less but he felt the board could not go wrong in retaining the services of Geren has been em Dloyed by the system on prev ous occasions and was highly recommended by Williams and commended by other mem oers of the Fire Investigated An investigator from the Na tional Board of Underwriters haa been called in by the insur ance company to investigate the Matt advised the For this Dawson payment of the insurance 500 has been withheld pending the Dawson said he had been ad vised by a representative of the insurance company that this step was a formality in such cases and that the investigator would be dispatched at the ear liest possible The insurance company had no other alternative in the wake of statements from investigators that there was a possibility of Dawson said he was When such assertions are an investigation is necessary in accordance with a company he said he was Members of the board express ed disappointment and dissatis faction in some of the state ments made during the investi Opinions had it that some of the coming from sources other than the were misleading and con administrators were given authority to settle claims relative to personal prop erty such as damage to band instruments and similar and to take steps to replace these Williams reported that 20 typewriters were damaged by the three of them a com plete Following a lengthily discus sion on the systems insurance a committee of Rob ert Tom Spikes and Robinson was named to work with a responsible party in making an insurance survey of the concentrating on insurance of and re port back at the next meeting Gladney had earlier suggested that the board take a look into the systems insurance picture a suggestion that promptec Co See Page 8 See Page 4 ENVOYS CONFIRMED 9 The Senate today approved th nomination of William New York investmen official to be ambassador It also approved Hen ry Stebbins of as ambassador to Steb bins is a career foreign servic August was another death month on Navarro county ural According to the report re ased by com lander of the Corsicana sub tation of the State Highway 17 persons were injured rural traffic accidents in the ounty during the There was a total of 21 ac including eight person 1 injury and 13 property Property damage was stimated at iouse Readies Override Try Works Bill Veto President Eisenhower was reported today to have vetoed the second public works appropriation An the House ready had agreed to take a vote Thursday on the ques tion of overriding a The House adjourned In mld making It impossi ble for any veto message to be formally delivered until Since tho public works measure originated in the the veto message must go to that body John Taber RNY told a reporter that Eisenhower had vetoed the aber is senior Republican on he House Appropriations Com Tabor said the veto message was on its way to the The adjournment of the in that prevented ts The House leadership pre viously had decided to vote on overriding a veto would be tak en While there was no officla See Page 9 DWI Repeaters Get Jail Terms 9 Judge Mace made rough Tuesday for repeat dri ving while intoxicated offenders A 36yearold father of six children got a year In county His record shows sevei previous DWI cases since 1946 A 39yearold man also got a year in He had been befor the court on DWI charges ii January and Febru Another father of six children age got six months in jai It was his fourth drunken driv ing A 34yearold man got si months on a DWI charge file after an autopedestrian ace Thurman gave the convlcte men until 28 to get the affairs in order before begin ning their Only eight counties in the 22 ounty area that makes up istrict headquarters ad fatalities during the Ellis and Falls counties led le entire area in rural traffic eaths with two Ellis had one fatal accident nd six persons were here were four personal injury ccidents and 12 property amage Property amage was estimated at There were 17 accidents Hill had one fatal accident nd 18 persons were e personal injury and eight roperty damage wrecks were with the total esti lated property damage being et at There were 18 Like Imestone and Freestone went See ROAD Page 8 Entire Senate Hawaii Junket Dirksen s Idea 9 A Junket to surpass all junkets free trip to Hawaii for the vhole Senate is getting en husiaslic consideration from ome The taxpayers would foot the 111 under terms of a resolution drafted by Senate Republican eader Everett Dirksen of It calls for an outlay if to cover members expenses on the Whether he senators would dare vote hemselves such a journey may be another William Quinn o Hawaii cabled the invitation for all the senators to take part ii Thanksgiving celebration for the 50th The Senate Re Policy Committee re ceived it yesterday with hilar ty and exuberance of Dirksen Generally he add there were some shouted When do we leave this was NEW 9 IT The nations top mediator to lay termed negotiations in the i7clayold steel strike the iddest kind of bargaining Ive ever His comment came after President Eisenhower had call ed the talks It is oddest bargaining Ive ever See Page 8 Tyler Secures New Industry 9 t Carrier said today it would transfer foodfreezer op erations from a local plant to About 250 production employes will be affected by the to be completed by the end of the Most of the men will be trans ferred to jobs at another newel local the company Carrier employes in Syra The company plans to move all operations from the older which it considers kind of seen f you can call it said Joseph directoi of the Federal Mediation and toncillation Finnegan has worked to bring new contract agreement in the Industry paralyzing situ atlon but so far there has been ittle or no Finnegan said both Industry and Steelworkers Union repre sentatives admitted as late as Tuesday that they were righi where they were when they Eisenhower Tuesday appealed for an allout effort to end the of its kind in the nations Asked if he felt the Presi dents statement would step up the Finnegan said Sometimes it jars peopl loose from their Ideas bu only if they want to bargaii and Finnegan then went on to say he doubled that the join meetings could be called bar gaining Union and industry negoll ators made no immediate com ment on Finnegans Eisenhowers ob See Page 4 First College Faculty Meet Held Wednesday First faculty meeting for thi instructors at Navarro Junio College started Wednesday to day at 9 In the collegi Three sessions highlighted tin meeting which continued unt Ben head o he presided at th rst session which was a gener 1 This followed th nvocation by Bert pas or of the West Side Church o Gaston deanregls of the was 1 harge of the second session his businesstype meeting cam fter a coffee After lunch Russell d cctor of guidance and psy hology gave th roup information on the tcs ng program which will be o ercd to all first year student t the Freshman orien ation Is scheduled to hegi hursday and continue Frida rom 9 until 4 Dean Gooch made closing re Propose Change In Election Chamber CC Board Agenda Heavy Directors of the Chamber of Commerce resumed their board session for the balance of the year after a twomonths sum mer layoff with a full agenda of business includ inn several items of importance pointing ahead to the new Among principal plans for the year ahead was the sub mission by a special committee of its recommendation that a change be effected in the method of electing Herb reporting for absent Chairman Jack advised that the special committee recommends that the Chamber use two mail ballots to allow the membership to elect directors The first ballot would be a listing of all paid lip members which would be mailed nut tc aU oatmtvfn in pood standing in their Each would be asked to vote for 14 men or women and those 14 re ceiving the highest number of Votes would then be approached a committee to ascertain if they would be willing to serve should they be one of seven If any of the top 14 would not then the next highest person or In the order of votes would be tak en to make up a list of 14 final When this listing had been it would be mailed out to all qualified Chamber members with Instruc tions to vote for seven and the seven receiving the greatest n of votes would become new members are mail ed lists of paid up members from which they vote for seven to a rora which in turn has the authority to elect seven new di rectors of their Dis satisfaction has been expressct n the past that this method not democratic enough as It die not allow selection of director a large segement of the mem Upon presenting the recom Johnson moved tha the proposed be drawn up in correct phrasing as a pro posed change in the constitution ind bylaws and submitted to vote of the entire membershl for The motion re ceived unanimous approval o a second by Phil President BGJ Jr and Minager Dick Knight adc ed that the proposed bylaw change will be drafted and sen out with a letter of explanatio in the near future in order tha the change in method may b See CC Page 4 9 he House sent to President Msenhower today a bill in reasing the federal gasoline ax a cent a gallon The loney will go toward financing lie interstate highway pro The bill will add a billion ollars to motorists gasolini ills for the next 21 months by aising the gasoline tax from hree to four cents a gallon ntil July The extra tax is designed to elp overcome a deficit current v existing in funds for con truction the In erstate Without the additional funds he federalstate highway pro ram was threatened with t lalt to contracting this Although the emergency fin cing bill did not entirely mee Eisenhowers specifi it was expected to b ilgned to keep the road build ng program Without debate the Housi accepted amendments wrlttei See Page 4 New York Plans Hoodlum Camps In Crime Drive 9 Nelson Rockefeller say state will move immediate o curb juvenile delinquency b setting up work camps fo potential OFFERS TO SETTLE BY NEGOTIATION Nehru Informed Troops Trespass On Tibetan Soil Rockefeller announced pro gram Including this and othe neasures after the meeting wit Mayor Robert Wagner am other city and state officials t discuss New Yorks siege o iolent crimes involving youngs At the same city polic continued their crackdown o teenage toughs by scores of young loiterers In th Times Square area Tuesda Most were released afte Since the citywld started mor than 350 youngsters have bee In Judge Samuel S Lcibowitz advised two gran juries not to be influenced b do gooders an See Page 4 Patrols Spotted In North Laos Many Red shadow patro were spotted filtering past vl lages across Northern Laos t but army authorities r ported only one They sa two Laotian soldiers wer The skirmish first reporte In throe days broke out nea Moung A small govcrr mcnt force engaged a path Lao rebel unit at the edge i the sixmilewide strip th guerrillas hold Inside the nort VietnamLaos 9 UP Red China blamed India today for heir border troubles and de landed immediate withdrawal f Indian troops and adminis rators that it charged were respassing on Chinese soil in At the same time the Peiplng egime pledged that it will re pect the territories of Bhutan nd Sikkim as Indian protect rates and offered to settle tha rentier dispute through friend y Lino Not Recognized It said the Communist Chinese o not recognize the MacMahon boundary drawn by Sir Arthur Henry a British administrator in In la before World War I as he eastern section of the neseIndian But Chinese troops have crossed that it Chinese Premier Chou EnLai n a letter addressed Tuesday o Indian Prime Minister aid the line was decidedly 11 egal a production of the British policy of aggression against the Tibet region Chous released by tha Page 4 fSli fJF Moscow Enters Red China And India Dispute 9 The Union isued a call to the West today to keep out of tho border disputes between India and Communist China and said he two nations could settle own The official Soviet news agency Tass carried the appeal labeled as a without attrlbut ng It to any specific Such statements usually have he weight of government opin ion behind The issued a hours after Red China made public an offer by Premier Chou EnLai to talk the matter over with the charged that definite political quarters and the press in the West are using the IndianChinese disputes to promote the cold By such tricks they expect to paralyze tho desire which is gaining ground In the Western countries for agreement with the socialist communist states on questions related to the cold Tass Tass termed IndianChinese border Incidents It See Pago 8 TEACHERS STRIKE Israel 9 at more than 100 secondary schools throughout Israel went on a twoday strike this morning for a 20 per cent salary BOMB FOR MAVORS office of Mayor Werner Knoop of Little was the target of bombings over Integration of two of Little Rocks four public high The mayor has Ms office at a construction pany which he The School Board offlCB In a downtown office was also bomb AP Wirephoto   

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