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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - September 17, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Friday with no important temper ature Thermometer Readings B 9 10 11 I 12 1 I 2 74 78 82 86 87 88 Complete Weather Report on Market Daily Sun andSemiWakly Morning liAht If LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er quiet govern ments spot houses CHICAGO Wheat Mixed meager September Mixed Hrrht to 25 cents lower top steers steady to weak top TWENTY SIX SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENTS Ike Soys Talks Friendly But Results Uncertain West Tries To Blunt New Disarmament Plan SOVIETS GET ARMS RACE Herter Offers No Specific Program But Blasts Force UNITED United States and Britain sought today to take the edge off Nikita Khru shchevs United Nations appear ance by calling for broad East West including a new approach to On the eve the Soviet Pre miers Secretary ot State Christian Herter laid before the 82nation General As sembly a program of talks de signed to bring about peaceful change in the military and economic Lloyd Offers Plan British Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd outlined in detail a new threestage disarmament plan which he said could be come the basis for a fresh start in arms talks slated to begin in Geneva early next Khrushchev already had In dicated he will submit to the UN a new disarmament plan he speaks Friday after Herter and Lloyd placec heavy stress on the importance of the coming disarmament ne as a means of head ing off an explosive nuclear wat See Page 12 Nikita Lauds President For Daring To Invite Him Over Lads Submits First Evidence On Aggression 1 fpt The government begai presenting its charges of North Vietnamese aggression to th UN factfinding mission on Lao A spokesman for the fourna tlon subcommittee said the Ur group does not know when Lao will present evidence to suppor its charges of Communist ag A high Laotian officia said earlier he hoped the sub committee would have full proo of Laotian charges by the week There appeared little likel hood the subcommittee woul leave for rebelthreatened Sam Neua province in Northern Lao before the middle of next week Laos asked the subcommitte to get six helicopters for an in spection tour of Sam Neua pro near the border of Com munist North Viet Oudone Sananikon said the government wants th UN group to spend severa days in the tiny mountainrim med provincial capital of San Neua where government force are They came here to see th so we will lake them to Sam Neua said Sananikon chairman of a government Ha son committee to the UN ml There are no helicopters About the only way th fournation fact finding tea could get to remote parts of th country is by A BIRD IN THE Premier Ni ita Khrushchev seems to be enjoying himself is he holds a big white turkey during an in pection tour of the Agriculture Research Cen er at Behind left to are Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Tafl Benson Henry Cabot Lodge two unidentified men Byron Research Administra tor at the Center and Deputj Administrator of Farm AP Wire photo NEW 17 Soviet Premier Nikita Khru hchev hailed President Eisen hower today as a great man ho had the courage and wis lom to Invite the leader of world to the United I am aware some politicians n this country are displeased y this step taken by the presi ent of this but it need d a great man to look further head instead of those who are unable to see any further than heir the Soviet leader It is a mans greatness to je able to see today and to be also able to see future pros lects and that the prospects hould be clear for his Khrushchev made the remarks at a luncheon in his honor at he Commodore given by Mayor Robert on jehalf of the city of New The city welcomed the Soviet eader quietly and without par Jcular enthusiasm on the sec ond leg of his Mostly it was a polite punctuated by a few cheers and by some shouts of PIANO TOOLS IN HANDBAG SCARE HOUSTON PUPILS Algeria Plans Appear Flop murderer and ng placards read X15 Makes Power Flight See Page 8 3 Reds Welcome By New Yorkers Is Restrained No Explanation As Red China Swaps Chiefs 17 China shook up the high com mand of its armed forces to Marshal Lin a deputy replaced Marshal Peng TehHuai as defense Radio Peiping announced this and other changes without ex It said the standing committee of the national peo ples congress relieved Peng of his Peng has been prominent for years in consultations between Peiping and Moscow on military Last May he flew to 17 IT nan with a suitcase caused a bomb scare at Barrick Elemen tary School The man turned out to be piano A man deliberately exploded 17 UP Charles De Gaulles plan for ending nearly five years of rebellion in Algeria today left the million French settlers largely bitter nnd the nine mil lion Moslems mostly The 68yearold French Presi dent held out threechoices for the people once peace is re stored in the troubled integration with or The he would be made in an election within four years BOTH AGREE GREAT WAR IS STUPID Doubts Premier Can Change Views Of Americans Albania for talks with Soviet EDWARDS AIR FORCE 17 UP The X15 rocket plane passed a milestone today on its vay to the edge of It erformed beautifully on its irst powered The black stubwinged vith ace test Seott Cross ield in its cramped soared and circled spectacularly over the Mojave Desert then lided to a perfect landing on a dry lake Crossfield called It very successful performed letter than Jubilant officials of North American the XlSs said todays and future flights are pioneering a tech nique that could be used to shut men between the earth and satellite space The equipped with more powerful is expected ater this year to rocket more han 100 miles high at fastei han Such perform ance would enable it to reach space The X15 was carried to feet by a B52 mother Cut loose at it droppec feet before Crossfield fired the first of its twin rocket eng The engines caught and i soared like a bullet to passing the B52 and three jet fighter chase planes lik they were standing I1 trailed great puffs of white smoke as Crossfield jockeyed the See Page 12 Third Stage Balks Satellite Effort CAPE 17 UP The United States ailed today to put into orbit a atellite designed for experiment ng with a global navigation sys More than an hour after a nreestage launching vehicle fted the satellite from Capa anaveral the Defense Depart ment in Washington announced hat the third stage apparently ad failed to A brief announcement said Since confirming data has been received it must be as umed that the satellite did not o Into The riding on a com ination ThorAble ifted cleanly off the pad at Ca iaveral at The second tagc rocket engine fired on The Advance Research and rojects Administration had Democrats Mapping Presidential Drive 17 The Democratic National Commttee has settled 1960 convention delegate strength and qualifications in unexpect ed Today it begins organizing for next years presi dential Many of its members remain ed to attend three days of closed strategy sessions by the partys state chairmen and vice Two conference din were to be open Three potential contenders for the 1960 presidential nomi nation will address the state Hubert Humphrey and Stuart Symington DMo and Mennen Williams of Michigan Saturday The committee approved two proposals by Chairman Paul Butler Wednesday with hardly any of the Southern opposition they were expected to draw Not one roll call vote was re veteran member one of the mos sessions of th quired and said it was harmonious committee in The proposals adopted would Increase the number o votes in the 1960 convention t or 139 more than in 1956 Every state would be guaran eed a gain of at least one vote but the combined vote of th 11 Southern states would b trimmed by about 1 per cen compared with their relativ strength in the 1956 convention Call on the 1960 conventio adopt the same rule it ap proved in 1956 regarding th good faith of Aime at a possible Dixie could be ud to challenge del gations from states which fai ed to get the convention nom nees on their ballots or picke electors not pledged to vote fo See Page 12 CAPE 17 ype Atlas intercontinental bal stic missile fired here ay night was successful ant anded near Ascension Island in he the Air Force an lounced A brief statement said that This was an opcralionaltypi The test was schedulec or nearfull range and the mis ile impacted in the Ascension Island area as programmed Recovery of the nose cone wa ot planned for this Full range would be about 00 statue A week an Atlas flew the new navigation it worked would be aid that ystem if accurate than any systems low See Page 12 Paul Harold Orger was identified by Hous ton police as the man who trig gered the bomb blast at Ih Edgar Allen Poe Elementar The blast took th bombers life along with tiv including three chi Eighteen other person were injured in the Wirephoto Al atesl Atlas king Success The operational successfully from Vandenbcrj Air Foice and th Defense Department ho big missile Launching pads at Vanden berg now holds a few warready Atlases capable of hitting Sov et targets 25 minutes afte according to informe1 The rocket has a rang f miles and hits a pea ipeecl of miles an Wednesday nights firing wa he first in a new series direct See Page 9 Pivinlor hchev got a 17 Nlftlta ffiiru Premier Nikila Khrushchev and his defense Marshal Rodion That was in the interval be tween Red Chinas suppression of the Tibetan revolt and the flarCup with border dispute a suitcase of explosives Tues day morning at Poe Elemen killing himself and five other Police continued a search for an estimated 50 pounds of dyna mite Paul Harold the may have left in an apartment before taking his to The search began after dis covery of a receipt showing Orgeron had bought 150 pounds about 450 sticks of dyna mite 25 in Police chemist Bob Crawford estimated only from 3 to 10 sticks were in the In addition to Orgeron and his the explosion killed two Poe a teacher and a the and 17 students were hospital Eight still were hospital zed remain in crit ical They are Martha after the country has been paci fied that is when deaths from terrorist attacks do not exceed 200 a But he warned those demand ing independence that it would bring a disastrous ter rible political general throatcutting and soon the war like dictatorship of the Com he would support Algerian rebels waging war 17 JP Eisenhower said today he feels sure Nikita Khrushchev shares his convic tion a great war would stupid and crazy that this is one thing on which they do the President agreement regarding the futuili ty of war is the beginning ot all Room for Trouble Elsenhower how that the mere fact the Soviet Premier agrees the futility of mutual suicide does not eliminate another fact there is still room for lot of misunderstanding and miscalculation that could The President spoke at a riews conference which at times took on aspects of a reply to Khrushchevs nationally televis ed address yesterday at the Na ngainst French rule were suspicious of De Gaulles offer of self Some restrained wel ome from New York city that often goes wildly en husiastie over Its distinguished The usual ticker tape welcom ng parade was omitted in Khrushchevs But tens of housands of New Yorkers lined stood in knots on ir leaned from skyscraper win dows for a glimpse of There were and dcroga ory placards were waved aloft 3y antiCommunist There also were some cheers and applause as the Russians motorcade passed Neither friend nor foe among the onlookers seemed overly vigorous In their Khrushchevs arrival and the blocking off of streets for hs See Page 8 Premier Offers To Use Bible 17 Iff whose Marxist dogma rejects the offers to swear on that book that the Russians didnt have three moon rocket failures ahead of their successful The Soviet Premier made his proposition Wednesday in closeddoor teaandtalk session At the same time he challeng ed Vice President Richard source of the report on Peng Lin both figured In the Korean com manded Communist Chinese de tachments at the outbreak of that Peng replaced him as commander in October Lin hails from Hupeh pro He is a graduate of the Whampoa Military He became a member of the Communist in 1927 and led a Red army throughout the Chi nesl Communists fight against Chiang KaiSheks Nationalist See RED Page 9 Local Option Absentee Vote Period Opens The period for absentee vot ng in the 7 local option election in Corslcana started Thursdny today and will end Absentee voters will cast their ballot at the county clerks of fice or have a ballot mailed When to take such a Bible oath on Shortly after the Russians re ported that they had scored a moon bulls Nixon told re porters in New York that there had been three fruitless efforts Nixon did not give the source of his See Page 9 Pair Confess Killing Wealthy Denver Playboy 17 A bachelor heir to a sizeable was shot to death and buried under rocks In a lonely The body of William Scott trussed in was found Police today said a couple whom Wright had befriended admitted the Harold an ex said he shot the board ed Wright in the head at Wrights mountain Wooley told he Ma body to a ballot Is the voter must pay a 15 cent fee and mark his ballot In the pre See Page 12 Neany Recalls Broken Pledges Of Communism SAN ITjr President George Mcany said today Americans should never especially during Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchevs the Com munist record of broken pledges and brutal Dont let us be fooled while this man is Meany told cheering delegates at the open ing session of the AFLCIO con We really should see this Is a further attempt to spread the in and his commonlnw dragged the Wrights expensive new sports car and drove it to a where they had gone for pic nics west of Several boulders were rolled on top of the nnd these were covered with broken bush sence of a notary County Clerk Harry Chesnut snid representatives for absentee voter could not up the ballot at the county clerks If the voter can not the ballot will be County commissioners Monday called the election after the county clerk had certified a petition containing names of eligible voters seeking the The election will cover the sale of all alcoholic beverages This happened June Wool after Wright the wfls last reported seen in Den pick doctrine of slavery further the Mcany reviewed the Soviet record from Russias 1939 march into fulfilling Stalins pact with to recent Com munist against Ti Laos and tional Press This was be cause many of the questions put by newsmen were based on the Soviet Premiers Reserved on Results As to what the prospects ara for great achievements from the exchange of visits with Eisenhower waa He said his plans wlttt See Page 2 ilSi 7J7 rj 5J President Sees Bond Interest Crisis Serious 17 President Eisenhower said oday Congress refusal to act on the interest rates for long erm government bonds is one of the most serious things that ias happened to the United States in his Eisenhower made it clear lis news that he Is not likely to call Congress back In special sea See Page 8 Probe Death 8 Investigator 17 an in vestigator for the Depart1 of died in a cotton field near here Wednes for and offpremises consumption voting will take place in the citys five Red China Coverage Stingy 17 Red Chinas news organs are being very stingy in reporting Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchevs doings in the United The coverage has been factual and and there has been no Most of the reporting is attra uted to the Soviet news No Communist Chinese newsmen are covering the The performance by the New China News Agency NCNA and Peiping radio had reflected the decidedly cool view the Mao TzeTung regime has taken of Khrushchevs This is how NCNA described Khrushchevs visit to the Belts vill experimental farm Wednes day Nikita chair man of the council of ministers of the and his party saw an agricultural experiment station in not far from this according to Khrushchev was met at the station by Ezra secretary of and by managers and staff members of the Khrushchev toured the sta tion with explanations given to him by Benson and members of the stations Its report of Khrushchevs talk to newsmen in Washington included a little more The large hall of the Press Club could not accommodate all those who waited to meet NCNA The journalists welcomed Nikita Khrushchev with prolonged ap 3 X X an ovation broke out afresh and journalists rose to their feet as Nikita Khrushchev began to speak Khrush chevs speech was heard with rapt His closing words were drowned in a stormy ova Later Khrushchev re the journalists ques plied to tions NCNA has carried the texts of Khruhehevs arrival the text 01 his message when he handed President Elsenhower a replica of the pennant sent to the as well as other re As to the While House radio summed it up In this Tass dispatch In the after President Eisenhower gave a dinner at the White House in honor of chairman of the Coun cil of Ministers of the The President and the Chairman exchanged The dinner took place in warm While playing down Khrush chev Peiping radio has given fulsome coverage to See Page 7 ing a check made out The missing man was heir to Ree Page 9 KUITOK DIESRoderick John managing editor of died in a Houston hospital following heart He was Al Henry Williamson County said he sus pected foul He said Man ning had a cut above the fore head and severe bruises on his Manning had been sent to the nrea to check on reports child i en were picking cotton In viola tion of the federal child labor sion to act on the proposal that the celling be taken off the rates on long range marketable He said Congress action in raising the limit on E and H saving bond Interest should allay the fears of 40 million holders of such He said It ought to stop their rush to cash in the securities But the president said an educational program must carried on to convince the Democratic controlled legisla ture of what he said Is the vital necessity for raising the presenl 4 14 per cent interest ceiling on long term Eisenhower snid because this ceiling Is too low the govern ment is being forced Into shorl term financing which Is in flationary and Increases the cost of doing Elsenhower said that while some banks previously had op posed raising the interest ceil So 12 Steel Industry Turns Down Panel NEW Stalemated steel strike negotia tors met today under renewed prodding by President Eisen hower to get about the business of settling the 65day Eisenhower told a news con ference in Washington he had offered to appoint a factfinding board to make recommendations for a settlement though he had no faith in such a Government interference In bargaining he might cause damaging It is he that dis cussion of basic issues go for He called on both sides to get busy on such The President had made his factfinding board offer contin gent on both sides accepting The Hteehvorkers union announc ed The companies did not The union blasted the indus try for balking at the A statement issued by Conrad chief industry said The companies have not ask ed for any form of governmenl intervention and will not request appointment of a factfinding The Industry often has stated its opposition to government in tervention of any kind In 65duyold Coopers state ment said the companies asking only for sensible way bargaining by the In his the President carefully drew the distinction that the nongovernmental group would huvc power only to re view the issues and to recom mend a Elsenhower simultaneously re jected any appointment of a governmental factfinding board to interfere in the worsening work The Presidents offer wai See Page 9 I   

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