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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - September 10, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Friday with scattered thunder showers no important temperature Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 8 80 85 87 88 I 89 90 90 Complete Weather Beport on Market LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er general rails sink to new mill CHICAGO mixed late mixed liquida mixed lisht Hogs to 25 cents lowr top Cattls steers steady top 82 1959 SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENTS t V JOE CAPSULE ATOP an experimental unmanned model of the type of capsule that will carry the first American into is shown in place atop an Atlas Big Joe went aloft on an Atlas from Cape in a test of devices to be used on manned Project Mercury Big Joe is 9 12 feet 6 feet across rounded base and 20 Inches across top and weighs one AP Wirephoto Atlas Explodes On Set Target The first Atlas Intercontinental ballistic missile fired by combat troops exploded on tar get near Wake Island more than miles A British Overseas Airway John Fas said today heand his pas sengers saw fIreil Wednesday from Varidenberg Air Force explode In midair just north of The Atlas was fired over the Pacific by a crew of the First Ballistic Missile Division from Youth Dies As Woman Looses Dog On Roof NEW A woman has been charged with homicide in the death of a 16 yearold youth who fell to his death from Bronx tenement roof while fleeing her unleash ed The Jesus and a 14yearold Antonio were play ing on the roof of the fivestory The noise annoyed Anna 67yearold who lives on the top Police said Maronet went to the roof and took the leash off her big Belgian Shepherd As the dog lunged toward the they Her who lives in the build scaled a threefoot wall onto an adjoining ran to an other side of the leaped over a parapet failed to reach another building and plummeted 70 feet onto a Maronet said one of the youths had thrown a pebble at hpr when she scolded 150 miles north west of Los We had taxied out and were just abdut to open the throttle when we saw a terrific explo sion to the north of the Pascoe It didnt appear very far We could lee the zigzag It was Hit distance was very decep Rascoe was at the controls of a Bristol Britannia Turboprop ready to take off for It was at a great altitude and the vapor trail jinked vio he meaning it was altering course to get exactly on See Page 6 Space Capsule Return Awaited CAPE 10 UP Scientists wait ed anxiously today to examine a oneton model space capsule that survived a fiery reentry through the earths The study is expected to prov vide valuable information for project mercury the program designed to put a man in orbit within the next two The capsule the same size and shape as the vehicle which will be used on the first manned orbit was being rushed to Puerto Rico early today by the Navy destroyer that plucked it from the Atlantic Wednesday northeast of the West Indies island of An Air Force plane was ready to fly the capsule to Cape Ca naveral late today or early The National Aeronau tics and Space Administration may show It to newsmen after a preliminary Two Men Held In Bombing Case LITTLE 10 The case of two men charged with three Labor Day bombings linked to Little Rocks school integration dis pute was postponed today un til Both Lauderdale lumber dealer and strong seg and truck were held on 000 bonds Municipal Judge Quinn Glover refused to reduce the rejected efforts of Amis a segregation ist to represent Sims shuffled into the court looking Judge Glover asked him if Guthridge was his attorney and Sims an I sent word to him last night that I didnt want a attorney for the segregationist Capital Citizens had asked that Sims oe brought into court to he had retained The segregationist attorney insist ed Sims had employed Another truck Jessie Raymond also was held by police but no charges were filed against Guthridge repeatedly tried to get the court to reduce Lau derdales bond but each time Prosecutor Frank Holt re plied I do not consider the bail Guthridge charged Holt and police chief Gene Smith had refused to let him see Sims in jail last Thats a false Holt shot Guthridge finally gave up on Sims and said he represented only Lauderdale did not appear in Sims and Lauderdale are charged with destroying prop See LITTLE Page 10 Congress Overrides Works Bill Veto iJr ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft India Parliament Gets China Notes NEHRU SAYS NEW LETTER ADDS CRISIS Premier Appears Disturbed Over Red Arrogance NEW 10 bitter exchange of notes between India and Red hina was laid before Parlia ment here today and Prine Minister Chou enLais laUst letter adds to the gravity of the border Step by step their policy has become more Nehru Exchange Charges Each nation accused the oth er of aggression and each de manded that the other with draw its forces from frontier areas whose ownership is in India offered the one make the Longju area a temporary no mans land pending But both sides renewed their claims to the isolated northeast frontier agency post which Red Chinese troops seiz ed nearly two weeks ago in a gunfight with Indian frontier The Chinese warned India against trying to retake Rejccte Protests The seriousness of the situa tion is highlighted by Premier Chous made public in Peiplng Nehru told the upper House of With bristling Chou Page 6 United Stales Supports Lama On UN Appeal 10 The United States today an nounced its support of the Dalai Lamas move to bring the Ti betan question before the Unit ed The Tibetan spiritual now in exile in India after hav ing been driven out of his homeland by Red Chinese sup pression in his asked the United Nations formally yester day for immediate interven The State Department said The United States welcomes the Initiative of the Dalai Lama in bringing the plight of the Tibetan people directly to the attention of the United We believe the world should hear what he has to for the situation in Tibet has implica tions for free peoples every officials declined to say what step the United States might take if any in pro cedures to get the question be fore the United How this might be done has been a matter of discussion at UN Tibet is not a member of the United College Starts Orientation Of New Students Freshman orientation at Na varro College started Thursday at 9 with 276 tests being iven with extra students ex pected to enter the institution ater in the fall The continued until 4 Gaston deanregis rar at the indicated this figure is in excess of the ests we gave last The dean did not have the 1958 orientation test figure readily The orientation process at the college covers two days with the ests being first on the A general session Friday at will continue the Representatives of the Student Phi Theta lonorary El the and the college will be on Odis is o discuss the Expected to be present are representatives of the various Bible Dean Gooch will then give a Background of the operation of the He will explain stu dent semester grade grades and class attend The afternoon session will start from the auditorium with an Students will go into advisory sections which are to be cori See Page 10 Seven Trinity Draws 10 Wl of engineers and compromise agreement for to Austin to appear be development of the lower the board when it hears ty River faced opposition Trinity case day from the San Jacinto member of the er said the hearing The Houston City be held as We and directors of the just let the city of Hous River Authority and the Trinity River Au approved Wednesday a get together and di promise settlement of their up the Dixon pute over development of the Hous lower The would build a 35 million must be approved by the reservoir near Livings Board of Water and a 5 million dollar salt barrier near Wallisville president of the San projects would be owned River said his Page 6 filed an official protest the We have been doublecrossed by Houston and elbowed to one side by the Weisinger He said he will lead HopUp CC Members Movie Mopping Up Operation was begun Thursday by the Films New and finance committee to seek the collection of Bank dues of some 40 Chamber of Commerce members who have allowed their 1959 fees NEW 10 go It isnt a question of who in the Navarro Hotel its a matter of catching Room with Chairman with Hagle were six panel mem A slender who volunteered to take negro pulled the cards on those delinquent note routine at a bank whom they felt they day and escaped with have most response in But a movie camera their back ed the workers were urg The bandit walked up to to report on the progress of er Margaret efforts daily to headquar the Bank For He and to strive to have all ed her a note saying he collected by dash a lye solution in her unless she filled a canvas Hagle said of the with firms These are Miss Kilkenny stuffed they just havent in the As the up their dues and need a started to she The startled out to work in the dropped the bag losing up campaign were half of the then Har out of the bank and down Phil He escaped in Elmore Hudgins and Bud When the man gave her tho Miss Kilkenny stepped on a foot button which started a concealed motion picture Teamsters Police and the FBI have about 100 feet of film for Convicted tification The movie machine la one some 100 machines recently former Teamster Union stalled in city were convicted today Only conspiracy to obstruct jusLice by hiding records sought by a special rackets grand One of the two men was Due by the government as a close associate of Teamster President James NEW 10 UPI Hoffa associate convict Soviet Premier Nikita in federal court was Joseph chev is going to get the of regular special president of AFL Local like hundreds of other of the United Automobile throughout the The Locals charter Originally it had been since been to go all out with the with Curcio wan when Khrushchev dines at of WaldorfAstoria next former organizer for Local 296 caviar the roast beef were being convicted on three But Mayor Robert of the fourcount indict has decreed could receive up to 15 of caviar Itll be crabmeat in jail and be fined stead of champagne it will found guilty on two coffee and the main course could get 10 years and be breast of chicken or in tenderloin not roast Is free in Civil Rights 10 could say definitely that The threat of a blowup bomb would but civil rights legislation dismissed the leaders to abandon hope major pieces of the of adjourning Congress legislative pattern started quickly into the Senate Senate voted 6127 pass planning for a session of a bill to authorize 80 Monday hoping unless dollars a year for grants civil rights bomb help cities clean up water more long day can complete Senate action Wed years legislative over threats of another The threat of still further sent the bill lays rested on the possibility to the House which had a strong Southern battle a 100 million yearly pro extending the life of the rights which action sent to Eisen this week a report many a bill raising from 3 to erners didnt cents a gallon the tax on gaso Any such move almost and other motor fuels ef ly would bring on a 1 to assure continu drive by advocates of construction of superhigh civil rights legislation to through the extensive new the civil rights and With the fuse no the controversy always MOUNTAIN LAKE PARK 10 Louis toBaltimore passenger train rammed a stalled school bus a a grade crossing in mountain ous Western Maryland today killing seven of the 26 children on the Eight to 10 others were reported seriously The Baltimore and Ohios Dip running about on time struck the loaded bus at EDT at a crossing mark ed by a flashing light and The signals were operating at the the railroad The bus Leroy Camp told authorities that after the bus stalled he opened the door and tried to get the children After a halfdozen or so scrambled out the door the rest jammed the doorway blocking The engine hit the bus broadr knocking the vehicle down the track on its side 40 to 50 fee who owned the bus has driven the route for four He has a safe drlv itag record with the county school system for more than 20 No one seemed to know whal caused the bus to stall on the Campbell and all the injured were rushed to Garrett county Memorial Hosipital at Oakland four miles by every avaii See Page 6 Employment And Jobless Show Decline Both employment and unemploy ment declined in The job tho steel although curbed by still was a record for The Labor Department an nounced Thursday that employ affected by a big season al drop in farming as well as the steel shutdown and early auto Industry model changeover declined to This was down from the employed in Unemployment In August de clined to or less than the Idle In Seymour deputy as sistant secretary of said that aside from the steel strike the underlying employ ment situation Is very First Candidate Pays Filing Fee 10 UP Am arillo attorney Jesse Owens be came the first official candidate today for the 1960 He paid the filing fee as a iandidate for chief justice of the 7th Court of Civil State Democratic Executive Committee Chairman Connally made the announce The Democratic primary will be held May ADMIT FIBIJVG SCHOOL DALLAS UP Two boys both told county fire marshal Hoi Wood Wednesday they set a fire which caused dam age at the DeSoto elementary school shortly after 28 children had left for There were no The children were released to the custody of their by the foreign aid money bill to which it is held the key to adjournment The measure goes before the Senate Senate Republican leader Everett Dirksen of Illinois said in an Interview there Is no chance that work on the money the last major legislation of the can be completed before Johnson is expected to call the Senate into session at 8 four hours earlier than for what may be one of the bodys longest working If the civil rights bomb fizzles Congress then may com plete its work and go home be fore Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev arrives for his American visit on See Page 11 North Vietnam Troops Hit Laos 10 UPI Communist North Viet nam troops crossed into Laos and attacked three army posts in Phong Saly the army said Government troops suffered losses but the number was not A communique said the three posts were clustered 20 miles in side the Laos border directly west of Dion where the French army made its lasl bloody stand during the Indo Chinese war in Ike Witt Try SpoonFeeding Public 10 UP who thinks the American public sometimes needs almost spoon fed education on the nations role in the speaks to the people His report on his recent trip to Europe and on the visit here next week by Soviet Premier Nl kita S Khrushchev will be car rled from to GST by major and television fl White Press Secretary James Hagerty told newsmen Eisenhower might refer to Com munist activities in Laos and talk on his reasons for inviting The president talked Wednes day about informing the public in remarks to a delegation from the National Council of Churches of He said he always feels the necessity of trying to make the facts available to the American And you you have to tackle them Page 10 Local Postal Receipts Gain Postal receipts of the Corsl cana post office showed an in crease of for the first eight months of this year over the same period Iri it was announced Thursday by Post master Ed Receipts through August of this year rose to as compared to through he same time in A portion of the increase is attributed to the new fourcent first class stamp which went on sale na tionwide on August Skelton Fears Skullduggery At Demo Neet ional Democratic Committee man Byron Skelton of Temple said today he is wary of pos sible skullduggery in the ap portioning of national conven ion delegate strength that could trim Texas Skelton raised the point In advance of a national commit meeting In Washington next Wednesday that will take up a controversial loyalty agreement suggested by national Chairman Paul Skelton said he would vote or the loyalty agreement for delegates that has raised pro in the South and added hat he expected any real trou it the al otment of I dont want to accuse But er of doing something when nothing has been but hats an Item to be le Apparently behind Skeltons suspicions Is his own rabid sup ort of Lyndon Johnson or the presidential nomination view obviously not shared by In the 1956 national conven Texas had 56 delegate sixth largest Eight of those were of the bonus variety for Democratic in 1948 and or electing a Democratic gov ernor since These could easily be lopped The attacks in the far north ern province occurred Tuesday night but the news was not re ceived at Vientiane army head quarters until a spokes man Communications diffi culties have plagued government troops since the beginning of the Harassing action by Red guerrillas also was reported in two provinces which had been quiet for several Two small Laotian army posts were hit in Khammouane Prov ince 150 miles east of this capi The army said it found the bodies of two Four wounded guerrillas were taken Other small harassing attacks were reported in Savannakhet See Page 11 Moved Getaway Vehicle Thwarts Bank Robbery nervous young gave up an attempt to rob the Bank of Carthage today after holding officials of the bank and their families hostages over They abandoned their plan after discovering their getaway parked three blocks from the home in which they held the had been One of the men surrendered after his companion drove away In a station wagon belonging one of the Held prisoners were Rex Car vice president of the bank nls Ruth their 15 Mills Dank and his None was Three high school friends of Bonnie who were In the Carter home when the armed men were permitted to See Page 6 Expanded Steel Talks Arranged NEW 10 Company and union negotiators compiled today with President Elsenhowers request for step pedup talks to end the 58day steel They scheduled a Saturday meeting for the first time since the strike The President had said Tues day that halfhearted bargain if Is not The announcement of the Sat irday session came after four man Industry and pnion teams met this The talks were expanded to eompanybycompany EISENHOWER IS DEFEATED FIRST TIME House Manages To Muster Votes To Save Measure today overrode Ei senhowers veto of the second try public works money the first time this has been done In his six eight months in the White Margin Ample Senate action put the bill over in the face of the Presidents since thj House had voted 280121 to That was 12 votes more than the two thirds margin In the Senate the count was or 8 more than the two The perennial congressional favor contains construction or planning funds for flood control navigation and reclamation pro jects for every one of the 50 It sometimes is called the porjc barrel bill but many legislators angrily denounce this Projects Essential They say the projects are sentlal to preserve the countrys soil resources and to protect cities from flood and to permit full use of the nations harbors and Navaj ro Mills reservoir funds were included for this The House never before had voted to pass a over un El senhower The Senate twlca has dono butin eaclrln ance the House backed tho The first public works bill ol the session carried 30 million over Eisenhowers In his veto of this See WORKS Page 11 Third Housing Measure Sent To Whiie House 10 OTI The House today sent to President Elsenhower a third try billion dollar housing bill which carried advance admin istration The action came on a loud ly shouted voice Two and more cost measures were vetoed by he Passed 867 by the Senate the new bil was pruned of some of the features found objectionable hy President In the first two ve oed It omitted 50 million doliara of loans for college which Eisenhower criticized he start of a new program of oderal aid to education which he said had no place In hous ng It carried no termination date on authority for the fed eral housing administration to nsure new home mortgage See Page 6 New York Crowd Attacks Policemen NEW 10 wave of youthful violence on the treets brought demands today or a special session of the leg slature to deal with the prob The demands cume as Mayor Robert Wagner met with the Itys district attorneys to dls uss enforcement I dont see why we should wait until 1 for the leglsla ure to said 1dward Silver of Until we get the proper im lementation of the program and he needed personnel we are go ng to have this same Chief Alfred representing Manhat an Frank aid he favored an immediate cglslatlve sension to provide unds for work person nel and other legislation to com bat juvenile Wagners meeting with the dis rlct attorneys was preceded Vednesday night by a near A crowd of 300 persons attacked two policemen with soda stones and sticks when the po lice arrested two teenage gang members on the West The Ruben and Tomas des cribed themselves as president and war counsellor respectively of the Buccaneers While the boys were being taken from police headquarters to court reporters risked them the purpose of the To said A social said scowling at Patrolman Frank Pillar said ho found ubout 20 boys gather ed on a sidewalk and ordered them to I aint moving for Aqu irre was quoted as This is a free Youre under the pa trolman I aint going with rp See NEW Page 10   

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