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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - September 12, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                I THE WEATHER LOCAL to partly cloudy through Sunday with slowly rising temperatures and possible Thermometer Readings 8 9 1 10 1 11 12 1 3 63 68 i 72 1 75 77 79 80 Complete Weather Report on Market HomeoftheDailySunOTdSeiniWetkly Morning Ufcht MARKETS AT A GLANCE Most Securities and Commodities Markets Are Closed on LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS 84 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS L KHRUSHCHEV STATEMENTS EFFECTIVE Both Nations Reply With Peace Feelers By WATSON SIMS NEW 12 Khrushchev day appeared making headway 1 in getting Red China and India to cool off their hot border dis pute which has been casting a shadow over his impending mis Bion to the United After days of flinging bitter charges of aggression against each the Soviet Unions two giant Asian friends gently tossed out peace feelers Friday in their quarrel involving roughly square miles of frontier Red Chinas parliamentary standing called into special session yesterday to hear a report on the is meeting again Welcome Statements Feiping and New Delhi have both welcomed the Moscow statement on Wednesday appeal Ing to them to resolve their border feud A pro Communist Indian weekly this morning suggested Khrushchev may offer himself as an intermediary after his 12day tour of the United States beginning Tuesday with the professed purpose of easing in ternational The Soviet premier has an nounced already he will visit e for conferences with Communist leaders 29 on his return Under the headline Khrush chev may visit Delhi after the leftist bombard newspaper blitz said this morn ing in frontpage story He will certainly use this oc casion to begin moves for a set tlement of the IndiaChina dis It is not likely that the irrepressible Soviet leader might S e e Page 10 nsion Mounts Civil Aid LUNAR hinese By JOHN CHADW1CK 12 mixed brew of civil 4 and foreign aid is served up In the Senate today as Congress approaches The controversy swirling about the last major piece of legisla tion could boil over and spoil plans for an early But leaders were hopeful that the lid would not blow off and that Congresscould finish its work by There even seemed to be n longshot possibility that the citement continued to mount in the Soviet Union today as the day of Premier Nikita Khru shchevs trip to the United States Letters of joy over the pros pects of pride in the Reds Claim Space Travel Step Nearer HE JOINED SOUTH ATTEMPT TO OUST BUTLER David Lawrence of iion of segregation a political By STANLEY JOHNSON 12 The Soviet Union fired another rocket toward the moon today and said it would help open the way to Interplanetary This new rocket was leader and the part he is denies that he has I see no reason for any ed into space at miles an session would end late ingin world affairs flooded Southern Democrats in as evidenced by the decision of viet newspapers from the at unseating Paul But the House to meet and stand by tic to the Most appearlet as chairman of the National ed to be a spontaneous although some were obviously Butler made the accusation last night in a statement that The conviction on the offlclalsnid thc school segregation is chalrman of our party at any hour on level to project segregation into Premier the weekend before Nikita Khrushchev to see what happens in the Up for Senate action was a catchall money our political As a and if I were to be party I would consider not to be a matter See Page 11 The great was that the Soviet Union sue Waa is for foreign is reaping the fruits planted Bllt in Law Although the foreign aid toduring the six years after Starcnce that it is ridicu tal is 648 million dollars below hins which left Khrushlous to 3ueKest that I share the President Eisenhowers original chev and his associates free toviewa of CHARGED 39 r Graydon second from John Taylor 49 and Jesse Raymond Per appeared in Municipal Court in Little on charges arising from the uick Trial bombing of two buildings and a car at Little All are held on Two other men face similar Prosecutor Frank Holt is handling the case for the AP Wirephoto Han illed By KKK Enemy 12 downtown restaurant operator who said the Ku Klux Klan requesed him to fire negro shot and killed a hussy Alabama Power line crew supervisor The shooting tonk place in front ot a suburban shopping Killed by a gauge shotgun blast in the face wns William about police a 225pound was the father of two small children James who oper ates Jimms BarBQue with his was held in the city jail on an open charge pending fur ther investigation of the shoot Detectives Arnette and Wright said Peek told them he shot Horton in front of the Normandale shopping centei when Horton pulled a gun on The two men reportedly had btfen involved in an argumen earlier at Peeks establishment over Ku Klux Klan stickers had been plastered on the front door of the restaurant recently the officers By GOLDBERG 12 LITTLE 12 IP wrapping up the case of three Little Rock bombings said a quick trial would be sought for five accused me1 A possibility of turther ar rests remained today Police Chief Eugene Smith said only loose ends had to be gatheredRUSSias controversial poet and novelist Boris Pasternak made Those charged were a surprise public appearance last Lauderelale lumber first since he was shun er and segregationist leader ned by fellow Soviet authors for truck driver Jesse writing his novel Doctor Zhi Raymond 24 truck er John Taylor He attended a concert of the auto and York Philharmonic Orches cheered its cried over the music and then emo The first three were charged I tionally embraced and kissed in the dynamite bombing of Leonard Little Rock school board offices and a station wagon belonging to Fire Chief Gann The other two were charged in a blast at the business office of Mayor Werner the big fight was ex pected over a move to hook a civil rights rider on the appro priations Oppose Rider The strongly opposed by Southern would ex tend the life of the Civil Rights Commission for two years and it for the current fiscal The Commission is scheduled to go out of existence Attaching the extension meas ure to the money bill requires asuspension of a Senate rule See Page 10 MUSIC LIFTS CONDEMNED WRITER FROM SECLUSION JBond Inleresl Compromise Allows Hikes Graydon a carpen whose Doctor Zhi vago won him the 1958 Nobel Prize for literature and caused him to be denounced ns a pig by fellow Soviet show ed up Crime Cleanup Gets Proiesis In Kansas City No one was hurt in the Labor Day Prosecutor Frank Holt fil ed the charges in Pulaski Cir cuit Court and said be would I KANSAS 12 seek arraignment early jury report of rising crime in Kansas City brought quick results Within hours after the report was made public The city council voted 000 to hire 35 to 40 more and to tighten the policing of Governor James town for a said he would go to work immediately on widespread liquor law vio lations cited by the And Alex a North side Democratic faction leader In Seclusion The 69yearold author had lived in seclusion outside Mos cow many months after being awarded the prize he first ac cepted and then rejected His novel hns been banned in the Soviet It deals with the misery of a group of Russians in the years of the Czars and the first years of the Com munist Pasternak appeared in health and told reporters good he is 12 Senate quickly pass ed by voice vote today compromise bill permitting nn in tho Internst ratos on government BiwlngH Action came shortly after thc legislation wns ngrcnd on by a ScnatoHouso conference Tho measure now goes back tho Hotisf for fi nal probably Mon direct the Soviet Union into her biggest boom and This confidence glowed through all levels of See Page 9 Robin Hood Airman Held For Theft FORT 12 A Texas airman who called himself a modern was held in jail Saturday on charges of brcak ng and entering to commit grand Buddy told police that he and his pregnant made regular forays into the Florida Gold pilfering new and shiny cars on his two days off each we from was stationed at the Or ando AFB and he said the raids extended as for as Key milos Police Jack Cunningham estimated thn loot hora totaled segregati Cross Charges In he it was But ler himself who associated with Southern committee members in the The conflict between Butler and Lawrence could reach a oviet Calculated Bisk In Moon Firing By ELTON FAY and JOHN H1GHTOWER 12 UP makes his heralded visit tothb United The announcement of the new launching made no mention of any not even a dog such as previous Soviet rockets had There had been suggestions in the West that the Russians might launch tj man into space to coincide witli Khrushchevs arrival in thd United The United States fired a rocket carrying a 13pound sateli lite past the moon and into1 solar orbit last March It sent back clear radio signals from more than miles out in Jspace and then went dead four climax next the National Committee is scheRussla apparently took a clays later lated risk in firing a moon shot Second Attempt Butler said that Lawrence had jat a time that will provide the Todays Soviet moon rocket mailed some committee memmosl propaganda value for Prowas Russias second Ort hers the some material being cir1 2 thc announced m t t h v ff fc1 fm a h i i i i ciliated by Southerners clamorTlllc Nikta Khrushchevs ing for the chairmans States around the sun It Some scientists here said that llie firing a 1 12 ton satelliteinto week and trial as soon as pos Bond All the men were placed under bond on a charge of de stroying property with explo See Page 10 123 Youngsters et Polio Shots Attendance at the regular f ll Friday immunizaHon clinic by lhe grand jury as the CorsicanaNavarro County a politica called the in Health Department continued to hold up jurys report ridiculous and Polio inoculations were who appojntH tho Kan en to 123 The dinLas Cily police board declared ic nurse also administered 78 grand jury will have no combination diphtheria reason to I whooping cough shots and 35 smallpox Expected AS Tonights Session Letter Carriers Seminar Here promise them Governor The governor said the jury correctly ascribed increasing See Page 12 By RICHARD GRIMMETT Daily Sun Stall A seminar of District I of the National Association of Letter Carriers is in progress in the Navarro Hotel The final meeting of the one day event is scheduled to start Saturday at in the Cactus Room of the Andrew conducting the seminar in the hotel Saturday Ben compen sation officer and Frank also of were assisting in the morning Hill is vehicle utilizations officer of the regional Highlighting the morning 5 was the speech of Bog s on five topics exchange of tol communication and uni form He commented on each of the He remarked an un need and derstanding that we all to have understanding In he added that we can not make a de THREE KILLED 12 UP Killed in a twocar crash 22 cision unless we know all the miles west of here on facts through Highway 66 were Sam Uniform allowances he of Amarillo Chester cated show a deep concern of L San o Eugene the uniform 44 of stated that some of the employ and House conferees agreed today on compromise legislation to meet President Ei senhowers request for authority to increase interest ratos on long term government Their reached af ter a long would al low the Treasury to boost in terest rates on Series E and savings bonds to a ceiling squabble has blossomed over of 4 14 per These that Texas may lose the types held by many Indlvi delegatfis to the Democratic now pay a top of per tional Convention in i960 See Page 12 Texas Demo igh ErupSs Over Delegates The Treasury has announced See Page 9 Ike Flies To Farm To cause the state went Republican in 1952 and Randolph of Hous Democratic national com accused national commiUcoman Byron Skelton of Temple Friday of questioning the integrity of the members of the national Slcolton said earlier in the 12 week hr feared possible Elsenhower flew cJuggery from the national coinhere today for a brief period of which he said may take rest and eight bonus votes away from Indications were that he Trxas because of the 1952 and would remain only a few 1956 support of returning to Washington this The bonus votes were given to Texas because the state went His helicopter sat down at Democratic In thc 1948 his farm near here after a 45 A Dallas newspaper said Friday minute flight from Washing Texas will gain six Ing the states total to Eisenhower faces a busy The newspaper said notificaweek beginning Monday when tion of suggested delegate allothe gives a luncheon for Prin ments was mailed to members cess Beatrix of the Netherlands of the national The The next day Premier Nikita S subject to ratification Khrushchev arrives from HUP by the national committee on Uia and the President will be probably will bejon hand to greet him at the air made public utler said I do not consider the ques Queens Await Miss America Finals Tonight ANDRUW MEISEIS ATLANTIC A new Miss America will he crowned Who shell be is anyones hut the 54 young women to and it is cntered in the pageant arent believed the couple broke t into guessing theyre The announcement electrified See Page 9 Into space point for hurling the significance This seemed to indicate considerable weight was given to propaganda purposes with KKrushchev scheduled to arrive in Washington next Some diplomatic sources specu lated that Khrushchev himself might have ordered the Scientists pointed out that In each month there are 14 days when the moon is in a good tar as many ns 100 Only New Cars Each is hoping shell be the one to receive a See Page 9 Boy Blamed As Playmate Dies 12 10yearold hoy accused of killinga playmate who Duncan told officers he conLhip Hnd ahout in per sidored himself a Robin and only broke into new and AI preliminaries are over and wouldnt take a backyard foot hmy cars probably owned byLoon thousands of people will hall game seriously has been people wealthy enough to illto Convention Hall tolohnrgcd with tho juvenile equivalent of pollen petition to juvrnlle he generally ignored any the nau0n will be able to tuna court Friday charged Joseph he added he lt in on Callaway III with illegally oh had taken cameras and radios Preliminary Winners taming and unlawfully firing a from cars and sent them ijasL Miss to Britishborn and Penelope Mars Cunningham said of won tho Jf ho found witness the conclusion of Duncan Thousands more Rcross against Duncan may be the Another boy said way youngster got dropped because she is six is the Calla mad when akolv Sor final preliminary talent Hunter award with a display of her rcns started playing around prowess In and taking things scrioua The suimsuit competition An argument tuken hy Miss Mary followofl andthen the Alice Fox of Young Callawny said I did who caught the judges eyes not meun to shoot Hunter I with her trim 352334 12 trying to scare bathing months Her home in FactFinding Commission Of Sunday TOKYO A chi Japanese chairWednesday An unprecndentCommrrioal Appeal and grand man of the tournation cd threeway tie climaxed the aon Of the laic John Sorrels PactPindinsf Commission to talent Winners were executive editor of the probe the Laotian situation MISS Page lOScrippsHownrd the length of the teams visit to clad in a white Here are the winners of He was released to his electronics engineer Calla way talent and swimsuit prcliminarThe Sorrels hoy was the aon lea held Wednesday and Thursof Iohn H sonnils special Hay nights Ucctions editor of tin Memphis Plans Moon Orbifi Three Months United States is reported to be planning three satellite Ings in the next few one of them a 375pounder to go into orbit around the Tho American moon rocket launching la expected to come in This satellite would be rocketed into the vicinity of the moon and if nil goes into orbit around the This launching Is to be with an AtlasAble Tested United States scientists hava made several lunar probo On the Air Force fired a Thor Ablo rocket toward tho moon hut it blew up fit feet af ter 77 of On thc Air Force fired an other ThorAblo It was intended to circle the moon and return to It rose to miles and fell back to On the Air Force made Its third The third stage of this ThorAblo rocket failed to fire and tho probe reached only miles On the Army fired a Juno rocket in a path designed to bypass tha moon with to hit The rocket failed to fire all Us See Pago 12 the Asian Kingdom will depend on thc developments of th situ ation returned last April from a threeyear stint as ambassador tn Thaiand and He is slated to leave tomorrow accompanied by Minister Morlo Aoki and a secretary for Bang kok where he will join and bo briefed by 6ho Italan and Tunisian members of the See FACT Page 9 es use less amounts money than of the Usually the amount tapers off in the second he How he remarked that some supervisors have been very lax In approving allowances for Exchange Thoughts He also commented on an exchange of thoughts in say ing that it is good for us to get together to e Tolerance was the final EDWARDS 12 officials should find it fairly easy to convince UN observers that Communist North Viet Nam is arming and training Red Pathet Lao rebels to rise up in the Asian king upon which Boggess talked ex But proving that North Viet plaining patrons get their imLamese are actually fighting on pressions from the contacts eitker Viet they have with namese units or as leaders of j Andrew who Is field groupsis a difficult mat director of the Dallas postal reL r See Page 9 The Laotians have an armory of captured weapons and a li brary of propaganda leaflets that can be traced to North Viet Chinese Arms The weapons include Chinese and Czechoslovak arms used by Red China and North Viet They also have Ameri canmade rifles and carbines the North Vietnamese captured from the French in the Indo chinese Rebel activities follow the same pattern the North Viet namese used against the so far as is Lao tian forces have not brought in a single Vietnamese dead or What were first described as two North Vietnamese cap tured in Northern Laos fight ing were later identified as do who left their units In North Viet Nam and crossed into Laos to escape commu Laotian army officers say they heard attack commands against their posts given in It etill could be a rgucd that rebels trained by Vietnamese in North Viet Nam might use Vietnamese com Lack of concrete proof does not necessarily mean the North Vietnamese have not been fighting in Laos defenders in Sam Neau Phong Saly provinces V convinced that the North four n Representatives of tion team designated by the United namese directed major attacks NaUonfl to investigate charges of Communist in those areas and that theiaggrC38jon in LaoS confcr outside United Na aidedlUonfl chamber at New At right is Ken See Page 9 jiro of who unlike the otti North Vietnam army er la not his countrys is standing in for Shinichl who was in From left are Heriberto Ahrens of Argentina Hablb Tunisla3 ambassador to France and Ludovicio Barattierl tha Italian foreign AP Wicephoto   

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