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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - September 15, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                j k THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST through Wednesday no ature partly cloudy important temper Thermometer Readings 8 9 j 10 I 11 12 1 2 72 77 j 82 85 86 I 87 88 Complete Weather Report on Market mtof the Daily SunandSemfrMfttfcly Morning Liiht 86 LEASED WIRES OFTHE ASSOCIATED PRESSAP TELEMATS 1959 PAGES MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er motors pace gov ernments traulng CHICAGO mixed light September down light Hogs Steady to strong top ter steers strong to weak top PRICE FIVE iftf ft ft ft ft PROTEST KHRUSHCHEV unidentified men wear ing black arms bands drape a plaque of the Declaration of Inde pendence in historic Boston Common to protest the visit of So viet Premier One man tapes a copy of Soviet news paper with Khrushchevs picture on the AP Wirephoto At State Board of Water Engineers postponed today until 2 contested hearings on water permits for the lower Trinity The Trintiy River Authority and Houston officials gave no tice they will file immediately a joint application to carry through their compromise devel opment of the LivingstonWal lisville The action followed agree Crude Forecast Vary Ma jor oil companies indicate Tex as oil production should be in The Bureau of Mines forecast a Tho conflicting data was re leased Monday by the Railroad It will set the Oc tober statewide oil allowable here Major companies nominations indicate an increase of barrels daily over September Tho Bureau of Mines forecast showed the de mand to be down barrels a Nominations totaled barrels a day for This compared to in Sep The Bureaus geared to actual is banels daily in Octo ment by the groups to postpone todays The board heard numerous pro tests and requests for post ponements without ever answer ing these questions Can It take up the four appli cations for water permits by the City of Houston and the Trinity River Authority and is sue a joint permit to fit their 7030 compromise Will a delay be granted to re quire filing of a joint applica tion or will another postpone ment come about at the request of the San Jacinto River Au the main protestant It appears we have no al ternative but to fight the com San Jacinto Authori ty Vice President Russell Jol ley of Houston said Monday See Page 7 Learn To Lawyers Told Judge Waldo Rogers recommends that some of New Mexicos attorneys brush up on their The speaking to group of attorneys assembled in federal court requested the lawyers stop filing illegi ble and unreadable He said the writing on legal papers and exhibits filed with the court often appears to be a bunch of hen scratch FORT 15 young negro with a brok en leg showed up at a Fort Worth hospital today and told attendants he and two com panions attempted to rape a white The 16yearold negro appear ed at the hospital a few hours after several negroes dragged a sobbing teenage girl from her escorts Police rescued the girl as she ran screaming and hysterical from a wooded She was almost First reports said the girl been but a physicians examination failed to show that the girl had actually been said the 16yearold girl and her were sitting in a car parked in Trini ty near a small when the negroes appeared on each side of the Officers quoted the escort as saying that the couple was pull ed from the He said one of the negroes struck him over the head with a pipe as he pleaded with them not to harm the The girl broke away from a negro holding her and ran but she was chased down and drag ged into a wooded area along the Trinity river The who feigned unconscious ness after he was struck with the ran to a filling sta tion nearby to call Hysterically the girl said she was thrown to the ground and raped repeatedly Neither she nor her escort knew how many attackers were in They said there were from three to five of Policemen Hubbard and first to arrive on the scene after the escorts said the girl ran out of thj woods to them as they drovn She was hysterical and on ly partly they Police quickly scoured the See Page 7 AT LEAST 6 KILLED BY EXPLOSION Principal And 27 Children Are Hospitalized 15 A homemade bomb deliberately thrown onto a paved playground rocked the Poe Elementary School At least four child ren and two adults Rescuers sped at least 27 children and the school princi pal to In Leather Container FBI agents rushed to the fashionable Southwest Houston residential area after school officials said a man deliberately threw a leather container onto the The body of a tentative ly identified as Paul Harold Orgeron of South a was found on the play He was not on the school and far as is known had no business at the Police inspector William Bur ton said a man had the bomb in a suitcase and walked up to the The school custodian and a teacher tried to get him off the He had a string tied from a pistol to the Find Detonators Sheriff Buster Kern said six detonators suitable for explo sives and a pushbutton switch See Page 7 Judge Upholds Resirictions On Married Pupils 15 Judge Claude Williams upheld today the Garland School Boards right to bar married and formerly married students from taking part in extracurri cular Bert attorney for a football ietterman deprived of playing fullback on this years team because of said the decision will be You cannot operate schools without reasonable The Garland board is not keeping students from getting an edu This requlrment ban on extracurricular activities for married students is not an un reasonable It is not discriminatory nor Williams ruling climaxed a hearing in which Jerry Kissick and his a car deal sought a temporary injunc tion to restrain the Garland School District from enforcing a resolution passed by the school board in The resolution banned mar ried and previously married students from participating in such activities as 37 had hoped an injunction would permit him to return to the football learn after he was barred from prac tice for being looked See Page 7 Ferry Service Al Galveston Will Continue The ferry Unking Galveston Island and Bolivar Peninsula will oper ate for at least two more Litigation involving private lyowned submerged land over which the ferries on a main state thoroughfare pass had threatened to chop off service at midnight Price Daniel said Mon day night that a two weeks ex tension of service was agreeable to all parties He sent a telegram to ton Mayor Herbert saying the Highway Com mission is willing to accept a city proposal to pay premiums on bonds pending outcome of the states appeal against an in junction granted to stop opera tion of the ferries until the boat operators are covered for personal State agencies had taken the position they were legally un able to pay for the personal liability bonds of the ferry The suit was brought against the individual employes and not the An appeal was filed against the injunc but the order could not See Page 2 Adjourns Until Officers Try To Link Gang To Burglaries Malfunctions Balk Firings Two Rockets 15 The scheduled launching of a mighty Jupiter missile set to carry a veritable zoo of small animals into space was post poned early The delay resulted from a malfunction just before the expected takeoff at Cape Fourteen pregnant mice and two frogs were among the bio logical specimens jammed into the nose cone of the intermed iate range ballistic It was to have soared 300 miles high and 1500 miles downrange across the If all had gone the nose cone might well have brought back to earth an offspring of one of the pregnant mice the first mammal born during a trip through The Air Force and the Nation al Aeronautics and Space Ad ministration announced the post ponement both here and at Cape The agencies said a malfunc tion occurred causing the engine to be automatically cut off while the missile was still on the launching Cause of the malfunction has See Page 7 Reds Launch Peace Effort In Laos Sector Nations factfind ers arrived in this jungle king lorn today amid signs of a Com munist peace The Red military offensive was tuck ed out of sign for the Called in by the Laotian gov ernment to investigate its charg es that Communist North Viet nam is helpingthe leftist rebels the fournation UN team was told by Sisouk Na Cham acting foreign minister My country has been the vic tim of attacks coming from be yond her Neighboring North Vietnam insists the atopand go fighting in Laos since midJuly is only a civil war between the leftist Pathet Lao Land of Lao and Premier Phoui Sananikones proWestern The Soviet Union backs the North Vietnamese in a peacemaking has called for an international conference on Laos without It would bring together all the partici pants to the 1954 Geneva Con ference that ended the Indochi nese war by splitting this steam ing southeast Asian peninsula into a group of weak states Sen Page 7 RECORD NAVARRO COLLEGE BUDGET ADOPTED A record budget was adopted by the Navarro Junior College board members in ses sion Monday at The budget this year shows an increase of over the 19581959 figure of State apportionment ents the biggest receipt figure in the budget This provides per cent of the operating This amounts to Taxes Horses Wreck Greyhound Bus Kill Cyclist 15 Transcontinental Grey hound bus hit a horse and plunged into a drainage ditch on Highway 30 about 18 miles east of killing one woman and injuring six The woman was thrown out of the bus and pinned beneath it as the vehicle name to rest on its right The body was dug from the Coroner Gilbert Bills Identified the woman as Rae about Bills said he believed she was She is survived by not identified at Driver Ben Salt Lake suffered a possible broken He had taken over as driver nt Rock about See Page 11 Mexico Ready For Celebration a brother the same provide the second largest amount of money for the col Some per cent is de rived here and shows Tuition and fees provide the college with per cent of the This totals Rent from the dormitories contribute per cent or to the fig Miscellaneous accounts for or while veterans tui tion and fees bring In or Largest figure in the dis bursements column was for in struction which amounted to 58 per cent or This amount also included funds for supplies and and capital Total for salaries was Operation and maintenance expenses were listed at or per cent of the total dis Administration to taled 11 per cent of the figure which represented Ad ministrative salaries took 450 of the supplies and See Page 7 A wave of burglaries Monday night in a string of Texas towns south of here were being in vestigated by city police and sheriffs department following the arrest here early Tuesday of three men and a 24yearold mother with a small son in whose car officers found money and guns allegedly taken in a store burglary Monday Traveling in a 1953 Stude baker with Massachusetts the group was arrested at the city limits on South Highway 75 Tuesday at by Police Officers Byrcl and Kupper after Corsicana police received complaints that the party had been shooting fire arms earlier from the roadside near the new Angus Shortly after the four had been jailed here by city police for investigation of mes sages began coming in from Cen terville telling of the store burg lary In which two guns and an undetermined amount of including 55 silver had been Assistant Police Chief Pickering said the total money found in possession of the party See Page 7 January 15 UP closed out its long and for the Democratic majority often frustrating 1959 session early Final adjournment came only five hours before Premier Nikita Khrushchev was due in Wash The House quit at EDT and tho always more leisurely Senate hurried to quit three minutes ending the longest continuous session since the Korean War year of An hour before Senate leaders woke President Eisenhower with a call to the White made at his re They reported they were about ready to and he re plied he had nothing more to ask of them this The weary legislators left be jhind a heavy load of business lor their 19BO national election starting next The final adjournment just before Khrushchevs scheduled arrival pleased sonic of the members who sought to make See Page 2 VOICES BENIN NOON Leaders Struggle From Start For World Opinion I Luebke Second Foreign Aid Is Reich President Billion Below Requests MEXICO 15 was set today io cele brate one of the gritos1 in its history the observance of its battle for President Adolf o Ma teos will touch off the cele bration shortly before midnight from a balcony of the National He will repeat tho Rii to before tens of thousands packed in thn main The grito Is the cry of Father Miguel Hidalgo when he started the revolution against Spanish The cele bration throughout Mexico will until federal offices and stores will he RKCORD LOW AT Now tempera ture sank to record 110 de below zero nt the Unit ed States South role Station on said n mnnsagn re ceived at American headquar ters in Chrlstchiiroh It said the mnii looking for ward to fresh and a relief 15 Luebke was sworn In as West Germanys second president His first offi cial act was to wish success to the talks between President Ei senhower nnd Soviet Premier succeeded Theo clor who stepped down after completing the two fiveyear terms permitted by the Speakers in the ceremony In the Rhineside Parliament Build ing stressed determination to reunite Germany while seeking reconciliation with the Wilhelm President of the Bundesrat Upper House hailed Luebke as the president of the people and Eugen presi dent of the Bundestag Lower called for reconcilia tion with Germanys Eastern neighbors and good relations with the Soviet Duldti Defense Budget Record THE IS Military and civil defense will cost the Netherlands a record 000 guilders 450 million dollars in the next fiscal accord ng to the budget Introduced In Parliament A total revenue of guilders It was will leave a deficit of 951 million guilders 260 million Awaits Moscow Surprise UNITED 15 UP The UN General Assembly opens its 14th session today amid speculation that Soviet Premier Khrushchev is preparing a dramatic surprise as part of his speech here Fri Diplomats familiar with Sov iet thinking expressed doubt that Khrushchev would pass up an opportunity such as this with out a new proposal which would grab worldwide Some such move was hinted at hy Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister Vasily who said on his arrival in New York that this assembly might well be a turning Kuz netsov will head the Soviet dele gation after departure of For eign Minister Andrei Gromy Delegates recalled that Presi dent in an address before the Assembly in caused a world sensation by proposing an international atomsforpeace This has since then become a reality There was no Indication as to what sort of proposal Khru shchev might The general was that he would make a bid tor Interna tional cooperation on space ex ploration or offer a new ap proach to the disarmament prob The opening of the 82nation assembly was completely over shadowed by the Khrushchev visit to the United States and his address to the assembly next Todays session was limited to the election of officers and the organization of the powerful Steering Committee which will get down to business Wednes Its first business will be whether to place on the agenda such controversial issues as the seating of Red China and the FrenchAlgerian The as sembly will deal with about 70 The veteran Peruvian diplo Victor Andres Belaunde was slated to be elected Presi dent of the assembly without The general debate will begin when Secretary of State Christian Herter delivers a major policy declara Apart from any specific pro posals which may be made by either Herter or the speeches of the two East leaders are expected to set the tone of the threemonth Many Western diplomats agree with an assessment made by Francis assistant Secretary of that the best that can be hoped for is some slight progress In rela tions between the Soviet Union and the It is for that the Russians will con tinue to push hard on such cold war issues as the seating of the Chinese Communists and that the West will hit back on the problems of Tibet and Advance indications how that the two sides may show more restraint in their language than in the Such restraint was apparent in last weeks security council debate on Many delegates also drew some encouragement from the EastWest agreement to resume disarmament talks in a new 10 natlon comittee In Geneva early next There was some belief that this agreement and the success See Page 7 IS sent President Ei senhower today n foreign aid money bill cut be low his original The in mutual security million less than Congress hnd authorized earlier were included in a catch all appropri ations measure it passed just before Conferees cut 56 million dol lars from the amount the Sen ate had voted for foreign but agreed on a total 30 mil lions higher than the House The bill nlsn carried 359 mil lion dollars for the highway trust fund to make up a de ficit In the fiscal The conferees n greed this sum should be paid back to the treasury before June 30 If this does not cause a de fault in obligations to tho Other miscellaneous items In the bill included two million dollars more for the labor de partment and more ioi the National Labor Relations Board to help enforce the new labor control law Eisenhower signed Also provided was 314 mil lion dollars for civil dofense ac tivities of government depart Eisenhower hud naked nine million for thnt Sec FOREIGN Page 11 Premiers Wife Quickly Takes Hostess Role With a pleasant Mrs Nikita Krushchev opened n con apparently in Eng with President Eisenhower as she and her drove off from Andrews Field to be gin their official visit to Amcr Life Exten For Commission ivil 15 early today voted the civil rights commission two more years of life as the Sen Hte postponed until next freeforall battle over broadei rigMa Leaders of both parties gave notice Monday night a show down electionyear fight on the subject can be expected to get under way in the Senate on or about Civil rights advocates nailed his understanding clown before passage of a measure extend ing the life of the civil rights Set up under leg islation passed two years the commission was named to investigate and report on civil rights Without the new It would have gone out of existence The extension measure was attached as a rider to the last of the appropriations bills pass ed by Congress before it ad journed early Southern foes of the who successfully staved cff all other civil rights measures Soe Page 2 Russians Stop Voice Jamming 35 The Soviet Union stopped jam ming voice of America pro ms today for the first time in 10 George director of the Information agency an nounccd this today saying that the jamming was halted short ly after Allen naif the VOA Is prov ing Russian listeners with a n 11 coverage in Russian of the visit of Soviet Premier Ni kita 15 Soviet Premier Nikita Khru ahchev began his historic visit today with an appeal for good neighborly relations between communist and capitalist states and a sharp reminder that the Soviet Union had beaten the United States in the race to the Restraints Cited President wel coming Khrushchev to Ameri can told the chubby com munist leader the United States could never launch an aggress ive war because the American people rule the country and are devoted to In the Pres idents welcoming speech was the clear Implication that Rus sia has no such builtin re straints against While a curious but quietly unexclted crowd looked on at Andrews Air Force the seriousfaced Soviet leader heard the President express the hopes of the United States for a universal and enduring Frankly Boasts Tho two men thus began In the very first moments of their exchange of visits a struggle for the support of world public Khrushchevs reference to his nations success in capsule on the with tha hammer and sickle was a frank boast of Soviet prowess See Page 2 Ik or Frank Try At Understanding 15 Presidcnt Eisenhower wel comed Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev to the United States today with a call for joint So vietAmerican efforts to achieve a universal and enduring I trust that a full and frank exchange of views many subjects may contribute to bet ter on both of unresolved Internatlon 1 Elsenhower Elsenhowers remarks prepared for his greeting to tho Soviet chief at Andrews Air Force a few mmlnutes af ter Khrushchevs arrival for a 13day visit and coasttocoast Eisenhowers text I welcome your family and party to the United I am espec ially happy that Khrush chev and other members of your family arc accompanying On behalf of the government and of the people of I express the hope that you and they will find your stay among us interesting and use I am looking forward to the See Page 2 Sitting on the left in the lim with the President in the middle and her blacknutted Premier husband on the grayhaired Khrushchev took over the rolo of She had walked down the 500foot taxi strip from the gleaming T1M Russian jet prop plane about 100 feet be hind her husband as the official ceremony The grandmotherly looking wife of the Soviet Premier was a decided contrast to the chlj ly dressed American wives of diplomats who came to thn air port to greet In tradition al Russian she wore no lipstick and her dross was plain by American She seemed pleasant and fully at ease in the unusual public She wore a twopiece gray silk See Page 7 capital turned out thous ands today in a if not downright for Nikita By the time the Soviet Pre mier and President Elsenhower reached downtown Washington in their motorcade from An drews Air Force base tho crowd was a big one after a slow early But there was an obvious ab of the enthusiasm that has greeted Borne highranking visitors such as Britains Queen For blocks at a time there no Even hand clapping was at a mini mum and much of that couM have been for President Eisen hower riding his guest It was as if the spectators downtown somehow took a cue from the President who was seen to smile only during his formal airport exchange with his Perhaps the biggest concen tration was on the sidewalks of the WhiteHouse block from 15th to 17th strceta on Pennsyl vania Blair tho government guest mansion where Khrushchev will be stay Is Just past that Half an hour before the So viet visitor Deputy Po lice Chief George Wallrodt estimated the number in that block and Lafayette across the street from White at A few blocks from there tho President and Khrushchev rode past 14th and Constitution Avenue in their big black car to only polite ap People there were four and five deep at the Outside the city the reception along the road appeared a lit tle In the Silver Hill area about half way in there was applause and a shrill greeting from a number of children in a gather ing of some Many government workers See Page 11   

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