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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - September 16, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER to partly cloudy through Thursday with no Import ant temperature Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 78 82 84 86 88 39 Complete Weather Report on Market Daily LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESSAP TELEMATS 1959 PAGES MARKETS AT A NEW er early gains govern ments light hedg ing and CHICAGO Wheat Lower general Sep tember in good short to 25 cents higher top steers steady to 25 cents lower top PRICE FIVE CENTS Red Offers Nuclear Peace Or Ashes And Graves W Democrats Adopt AntiRevolt Loyalty Rule SCHOOL BLAST SCENECovered bodies of victims lie in the plaground of the Edgar Al len Poe Elementary School at after a homemade bomb exploded killing three children and three Police and school officials said a man deliberately threw the explosives onto the ground while the children were at AP Wirephoto More Explosives Sought 16 lice searched for more dyna mite today after a tile contrac tor triggered a suitcase of ex plosive and killed him two adults and two oth er children Tu Paul Harold pressed a detonator button minutes after enrolling his redhaired Dusty in the second Police WeldonWaycott said it is possible Orgeron lett the dynamite in rented Texan Kills Self Avoid Capture he He appealed to the public to help them locate the Two children of the 18 per sons hospitalized after the blast on the playground of Edgai Allen Poe Elementary school remained in critical Two children suffered leg am school was Waycott said the suitcase Or geron nearly mite purchased in M presumably by The school opened this morn man walks across street with a bomb and 16 32yearold Texas con vict killed himself early today after shooting down another critically wounding his ex wife and holding seven persons hostage during a massive man exploded did not contain the amount of dyna kills cried Hawes utter identifying the body his only William Hawes shortly after the explo In addition to young the blast killed Dus another a teacher and a William Hawes and John Ce cil died as they ran ahend of the class when they worn released for recess Jennie a second grade nnd James Mont school custodian See Page 11 MEW VOTING PUN SLATED FOR ACTION Butler Appears Confident Can Prevent Ouster 16 he Democratic National Com nitteo today adopted a 1960 onvention rule designed to les en chances of a Southern re against the convention the action was aken without Same As 1956 The rule is the same one dopted in the 1956 t provides that states in send ng delegations to the conven ion undertake to assure that oters the state will have a hance to ballot for the conven ion and that elec ors will be named who are lodged formally or in good onscience to the convention Democratic Chairman Paul Butler proposed readoption of he 1956 rule and his plan was resented to the committee to lay by George Colo ado and seconded by Herman Jessen of No Discussion Butler then called for discus When no one rose to speak le put the plan to a voice vote and it carried with a few scat calls of Southern members had erupt ed violently against Butler sev See Page 10 CAB Member Raps Hobbles M Hurt When Truck Hiis Bus LA school bus a truck collided at the school grounds here today In juring 18 children and the driv er of the Hospital authorities at Mission said about six or seven of the students would be hospitalized and the others probably releas ed later The two most seriously hurt were identified as Josefina who suffered severe head injuries and Edna who received a broken leg and hip Officers said the collision oc curred as the bus was attempt ing to turn off Highway 83 onto the school They said the bus was struck near the right rear Erasmo driver of the received a cut The driver of the identified as was not James Troy alias James Troy shot him self through the head as police closed In on a small home in southwest Albuquerque after a sevenhour Early this morning Braswel aad entered a westside tavern See Page 10 State Will Not Fight Mergers 16 Will Wilson say there is no legal basis for th state to prevent the proposei reorganization of Humble Oi and Refining and Magnol Petroleum Plans call for Humble Oil t Decome the sole domestic sub sidiary of Standard Oil of New There have been reports that Wilsons department is making a routine investigation of the proposed merger for possible violation of state antitrust Wilson said Texas probably gains by the expansion of Hum which I understand will be managed out of Houston hut the demise of is a distinct loss to Dallas and Its properties we be in the future managed from New York DeGaulle Lists Algerian Choices Red China Shelved By UN 16 Wl Hector resigned to day as a member of the Civi Aeronautics He tolc President Eisenhower that civi aviation Is far too Importan to he hobbled by a regulatory system which does not In an exchange of corrcspon dence made public by the White Eisenhower accepted the resignation with an expres sion of He thanked Hec tor for a job well done bu made no comment on Hec tors remarks about the board After two and a half yean on the Hector wrot I have come ti the belief that an Indepcnden regulatory commission is no competent these days to reg ulate a vilai national industry in the public Hector said that since h was making such serious critic he wns also submitting fuller statement in a memor White House Press Secrelar James Hagerty said the memo would not be made pub lic at this pending ful study of It is my belief Hec tor said in his letter of resig that we are trying to See Page 7 UNITED 16 The UN steering ommittee today brushed aside oviet objections and voted to helve for another year the uestion of seating Red China the world The ostponement was proposed by IB United The vote in the 21nalion ommittee was 127 with one It still has to be ratified by he full 82nation but approval was Voting for the US resolution the United the Union of South rationalist Bo Belgium and The negative votes were cast y the Soviet Indon Sweden and Austria abstained and the embly Peruvian Am assador Victor Andres Be refrained from voting See Page 9 led Guerrillas Hctive In Laos 16 rebel guerrilla fighting as reported Sam Neua Province today as the United Nations factfinding committee on Laos went in Its first working session A military communique sale he area around the govern mentheld valley post of Muong Son was harassed by procom munist rebel Others were reported spreading antigovern ment propaganda through vll ages occupied by rebels in the northeastern part of the prov In some 200 miles the UN delegatea from Argentln and Tunisia sat down to plan methods and a schedule for in vestigating Laotian chargestha the rebellion is being led and equipped by neighboring Com munist North The observers work is being lield up because the Laotian gov has not yet presentee its A UN press offi cer said today the group told that government documen French word tha could mean written captured war material or pris onerswill not be ready fo several WILL ASK STATE ON fOVRUNE HIGHWAY A formal request will be made to the Texas Highway Commission to make a survey relative o constructing a fourlane Mills way from Waco via Corsicana to near Kilgore on Highway This action taken Hearing day night at a meeting at the Athens Country 13 sided over by president of the officials have been noti way 31 Association recently that a hearing has been set the State Board of Water En Since Highway 31 is a in Austin on 13 for link through Central Trinity River Authoritys ap effort will be made to have to Impound water from ncreased to a divided creek In the Navarro horoughf reservoir to be built by President Adams welcomed Army Corps of association to this kickoff Reading receiv ner and pointed out that the notice by certified letter jroposed widened highway afternoon and imme Highways 77 and apprised members of Interstate 35 at city way 75 Interstate 45 at TRAs application asks and Highway 80 to impound He termed all as of water in the reser state military highways and will all be fourlane for municipal water use by Corsicana and possibly oth Navarro county See HIGHWAY Page to use the creek bed below dam for transporting water Long a point where Corsicana will pick it to it into town for domestic and industrial use By Filing Reading speculated that several city officials will attend the hearing in Austin in of the BATON If and College rather be lieutenant governor with the right man than be That was the comment of New 1 yearold Earl nrniitnpm Minn Tuesday after he revealed UlllLICIll JJnajjII would not seek another term record enrollment expeclec Louisianas chief he well over 600 students he he will run for governor In the 5 firstday classes for the cratic primary on a ticket fall semester at Navarre ed by former James College Wednesday a The deadline for filing for primary was 5 registering Tucsdaj Long personally handed his another record for the num pers to Rufus of students in a single day of the Democratic State of the college indicat 30 minutes that approximately 300 stu the were enrolled AntiLong forces In the deanrcgis mlttee were waiting for him of the revealcc Thev had a protest primarily we had fresh to file if Long sought an to register but there wer preeedented fourth term as scattered sophomores tc We had another recorc The committee recently with some 276 freshmer See Page 9 16 UP1 Pres lent Charles De Gaulle tonight ffered Algerias nine million Iorth Africans the right to de ide their own at the atcst four years after the re urn of pence to the rebellion orn The choice offered was seces integration with France or supported by This was De Gaulles master ilan for ending warfare that las made Algeria Frances top iroblom for nearly five In a nationwide radio and TV he equated secession vith De Gaulle said that through ecession certain people think hey will find Of autonomy government WARNS iCONOMY IS NEAR EQUAL Disarmament Is Termed Burning Issue Of Present 16 W Nikita Khrushchev ap pealed today for broad agree ment between the and the Soviet Union to avoid a fu ture of ashes and graves for the At the same time he boasted that the time is not far away when we will ba ahead of you in the develop ment of overall national econ First Mujor Speech In hls flrst major speech on f the Algerians by the American the Soviet pro nier announced he intended to ubmlt a new proposal on dis armament to the United He addresses the world rganlzation in New York Fri The world Communist appearing before the National ress National Womens ress Club and Overseas Writ ers at a said he be ieved he and President Elsen hower will concentrate their attention In forthcoming hlstor c talks upon overall easing o nternational tensions and problems of divided But he described disarma ment as the most burning is sue of our Fields Questions Deftly fielding questions from his smllhigly thCT Soviet Union was on its way to sur See Page 9 Leader Admits Russians Lag In Agriculture 18 UP Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev got a look today at some of the things agricul tural scientists are doing to im prove the nations output of food and Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft who ans De Gaulle promised this See Page 9 Ike Praises Ideniuer On Long Tenure President Eisenhower today Braised West Germanys Chan cellor Conrad Adenauer for helping that nation rise out of the chnos of war to a posi of influence and responsi The praise was contained In message to Adenauer on his 10th anniversary as On behalf of the Ameiican Eisenhower J congratulate you for your his tone contribution not only to the affairs of your own coun try but to those of the Ameri can community as a Through your dedication and inspiring the federal republic has risen out of the chaos of war to a position of influence and responsibility in the community of free there has been de veloped in Germany a govern ment guided by the principles of Democracy and motivatec by a sincere desire to play a positive role in the great move ment toward European cooper ation and A similar congratulatory mes sage was sent to Adenauer by Secretary of Slate Christian City Adopts Debates Traffic The City Commission adopt ed Its 195960 budget with al most no discussion at Tuesdays public budget and took the first steps on setting the 1959 tax rate and passing the funds appropriation while a controversial ordinance imposing traffic regulations in the Bowie school district oc cupied the spotlight of atten tion Whcn the commission reach ed the point on its agenda where it was to take up the Mayor Reading announced the fact without any comments as to what the budg et proposed or how it stacked up against the year now end and called for comments from any interested party in the room of some 12 or 15 peo most of whom it already had developed were there in connection with the proposed oneway traffic control around Bowie f Jacobs Heard Julius chairman of the civic affairs committee of the Chamber of an nounced that he came for the hearing and expressed apprecia tion to the city for sending hirr a copy of the budget ahead of time as it had to other 3e observed that city officials iear so much criticism that he felt they might appreciate hear ng something that wasnt of a critical Jacobs said from his study of the budget it appeared that someone had put in consider able study and effort in preparing the budget which de tals the collection and expendi ture of funds in excess of a million Too often the sacrifice of city officials and the good work of city employes go unnoticed and I want to say I personally am proud of the he told the To Stay In Budget Mayor Reading reported that the commission had studied the informally before its presentation Tuesday and they had agreed that if some dire emergency arose they would transfer funds from one sec tion to another to meet the but the city officials had resolved to live within this budget and not to increase it in any He asked if any other citizen had a question or comment and only Herb Johnson Johnson said he wanted to add just one word Mayor to what you With that behind the commission on a motion by Commissioner Horace Hayes adopted the 195960 budget of which is over of the current but balanced within income antici In quick the com on a motion by Com missioner Lester pass on first reading the ordi nance appropriating the funds from the budget for the citys operating purposes in the new fiscal and the tax rate oidinance on first reading also Wilch sets the 1959 rate at on the the same rate as that levied in The tax rate breakdown is as fol lows 84 cents for general oper 5 cents for library main tenance and 35 cents for inter est and sinking fund accounts to pay off bonded indebtedness Both ordinances must be passed a second and final time at the 6 Ne Recommendations Mayor Reading submitted to the commission new recommen dations from the City Planning and Zoning Board outlined in a letter from Elliott The newest recommendations called for three things 1 Making North Twentyfourth street one way going south from its junction with Beverly Drive to the intersection of Bowie Drive 2 Making Lex ington Drive one way going west from Bowie Drive to N rth Twentyfourth street 3 Erecting stop signs on North Twentyfourth street at all intersections from West First avenue north to where this street merges with Beverly The new recommendations omitted one made originally that Bowie Drive be made a oneway street going north from Twentyfourth street to Lexington Mayor Reading reported a number of people had called him to express belief the city was going into the oneway traf fic control plan before a com plete and thorough survey and study had been made either by th city or its planning H said these citizens also See Page 2 orientation tests given las Sophomore registration was conducted Dean Gooch pointed out that the college was still accepting ate registration nnd would con tinue until Ben president of the recalled that there were 594 students registered for the fall last SERIOUS hat over his heart and Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev are serious during the playing of the and Russian national anthems after Khrushchevs arrival at Andrews Air Force Base near Washing AP Wirepholo Nikita Finds Party Experts 16 Soviet Premier Nikita Khru shchev may not know too mud about Americas twoparty sys but he knows where t get Information about At Tuesday nights White House dinner in his the bouncy Russian leader cornered Senate Democratic leader Lyn don Johnson of Senate Republican leader Everett nirksen of Illinois and Speaker Sum Rayburn Khrushchev asked the trio question after question on how the twoparty system Khrushchev government escorted through the big agricultural re search center said later the Soviet leader conceded tho Russians have much to learn from our Khrushchev was In a light hearted mood as ho toured the about 20 miles from At one he said if the United States and Russia would concentrate on growing more and better turkeys mankind would be better If we dont give a capitalist turkey and a Communist turkey a no one can tell tho he told At the time the two wero looking over an exhibit of prize white In jovial Khrushchev Invited Benson to take along your farmers and scientists See Page 10 Newspaper Accounts Contrast By The Associated Press Newspapers the world over generally found as much Inter est today in Soviet Premier Ni kita Khrushchevs cool but polite Washington reception as in the international prospects for his momentous The Khrushchev visit won lop ptay In major world In cluding where Soviet readers were told of a far war mer reception than described anywhere in the icy and strange were three words blazoned in tho big headlines describing the Washington reception for read ers In Japans Asahi reported The Americans kept their stubborn silence and would not respond to Premier Khrush chevs The Americans obviously were nt a loss how to greet The Khrushchev story was the leading one in both words and pictures In all Japans big Yomiurl called the reception too quiet If not actually cold A third masscirculation told its readers that the smiling Khrushchev provid ed a good contrast with Presi dent Eisenhowers serious The visit took almost all of Lop front headline space In Western European newspa They were chary of edi torial comment so soon after Khrushchevs In the top domestic expected statement on Algeria tonight by President De had to share the top spot with French reports ran to thous ands of emphasizing the historic impact ot the meetings and the hopes for the There was little comment in West German but their headlines emphasized the and silent as pects of the One German the Ham burg compared the Washington spectators to peo ple who go to the zoo on a Sunday to watch the ferocious bensts from a safe Radio stations in Communist satellite countries told their listeners that Khrushchev was given the warmest of receptions by the American The broadcasts called it a peace and friendship tour and dealt with the reception in British described the Washington wel come as decidedly Strangest welcome I ever saw silent was tho headline over a dispatch Brom the Daily Malls Don Frozen read the head line in the tabloid Daily So commented tho Daily The Laborite Daily Herald reported that Khrushchev soon looked at home after an icy The Dally Express said Khrushchev how hard he tried o get on good terms with the crowds lining the The Communist Dally Work er made only a passing refer ence to the slltnce of the crowds atAndrews Air Force Base hut said the reception warmed up Many British newspapers have been placing high hopes on Krushchevs meetings with President The Daily Sketch said in an editorial Their meeting may change the course of bet K does not like Ike has practically nothing in Page 10   

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