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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - September 18, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL cloudy and mild through Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 72 77 82 1 86 I 87 88 89 Complete Weather Beport on Market Daily Sm and St Morning lig LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESSAP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er general govern ments short CHICAGO higher Septem ber strong on late mix ed slow nearby month to 15c higher top steer supply too meager for price 89 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Full Disarmament Proposed In FourYear Period ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Last Vanguard Hurls New Satellite Into Orbit SUPERSONIC BOaiBER burn ed wreckage of a B58 supersonic bomber lies at the end of a runway at Carswell Air Force Fort Worth where it crashed on takeoff killing two of its three crew It was the third B58 lost in accidents since the Ail Force began using the sleek AP Wire photo Texas Cuts Allowable The Railroad Commission slashed the October oil allowable by 536 barrels a day and fixed the statewide allowable for the fourth straight month on a 9 day production The daily allowable will be barrels daily next A majority of the major oil companies recommended an crease which had generally been expected because of the increas ed demand for oil products dur ing the coming fall and winter Dallas oil ducer speaking for producers in that said he came to the monthly proration hearing believing now was the time to Increase the But after listening to testi mony here today I cant see any at ail for an in We should hold the line where it is until the stocks are worked he It would be better to absorb asmall de See Page 10 RapistKiller Goes To Death SAN Sept 18 Los Angeles television repair man who kept his own grue some photographic record o three lovely models he raped and murdered on a Southern California went to hi death calmly today in San Quentin prisons gas just 45 minute before entering the small green walled reasserted t associate warden Achuf Ms desire that nothing be don in his As he took the walk from hi cell to the chamber he remark ed that what had happened t1 him was his own Other Unions Will Aid Steelworkers SAN 18 UP AFLCIO unions are ex lected to ok a fund today of ome 25 to 30 million dollars per month to aid striking steel The federations 135 unions vere due to commit their full plus a pledge of out to aid the half million steel workers in their i6day The multimillion dollar trike fund is supposed to guarantee that no steel striker his family goes hungry and hat the steel union will not lave to weaken its demands be ause of financial Already the steel union has been pledged a total of over 12 million dollars from fellow HELPS PRESTIGE WITH EFFORT Success Ends Recent String Of Failures CAPE 18 Vanguard III satellite soared into orbit today and revived sagging pres tige in the space exploration The 100pound satellite was boosted aloft by the last of the Vanguard The Van once the scapegoat for American space thus ended its hard luck history on triumphant Event Timely The success followed two straight American space Just 14 hours a Thor Able rocket fizzled in an at tempt to place a 265pound na vigation satellite in On a Jupiter missile carrying mice and frogs on a space flight exploded feet above its launching The flops came while Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev visited this basking in the limelight of Sundays successful Russian moon strike Third In Scries The satellite was the third put up in 11 tries by the Van It includes the 50pounc payload and the 50pound thir stage which remained Its job was to measure tin earths magnetic Sola micrometeorite bom barfiment and temperatures in side and outside the Shaped like an ice crean Vanguard III is made Algeria Settlers Seek Armys Help Iceland Protest Removes General 18 Gen Gilbert Pritchard lias been relieved of his com and in Iceland in the wake of n airport incident that raised celandic feelings against Am forces Pritchard was commander of le air base at Kcflavik where wo Icelandic officials were re orted to have been forced by uards to lie in mud The action was taken at the equest of the Icelandic govern an Air Force spokesman aid in answer to Randolph Raps Connally On Meet Ship 18 W The Texas Democratic Nationa lommitteewoman charges that the state Democratic chairman is not Interested in working with the Democratic Party na tionally but only in fighting honest Democrats in Randolph of Hous ton also criticized chairman Ed Connally of the state commit tee Thursday for not attending meeting of the partys state chairmen and vice chairmen in Connally was reported in Me Allen for a meeting of th State Democratic Executive Committee this Randolph said I am surprised to find tha chairman Ed Connally of th See TEXAS Page 2 See Page 10 Few At Houston Sign Petitions On Integration magnesium and consists of a 20inch spher with a 26inch tube extendini from The tube is taperei See Page 9 18 Petitions calling for IP vote desegregation of Houston schools have been signed by only of the voters neces to call the school officials said State law requires suspen sion of aid to a school district which integrates without an af firmative vote of the districts Petitions signed by 20 pel cent of the eligible voters must be on file for an election to be The petitions have been in circulation since June the day after the Houston School Board agreed to call an The board is under federal court order to desegregate with all deliberate Youth Calmly Admits Killing Both Parents SAN 18 Police said a 15yearol boy admitted Thursday nigh he shot his parents to deal three weeks ago because the were hard on The badlydecomposed bodie of and Edgar Dycus were found in a locked utility shed behind their home early Tentative New School Routes Are Announced One new bus route througl he former Emhouse area ant an extension of an existing oute will be opened Monday Dana superintenden of the Corsicana public schools and Oscar busines stated The Howevei emphasized that the change and new routes be ills continued in the event that th district court suit involving th recent annexation of a portio of the old Emhouse district t the Corsicana district from th Blooming Grove district wa in favor of Blooming and against the approxi found Grove matcly 17 square miles territory voted to Corsicana on a petition before the Navarro County school board The Drane route extension will come to Memorial Hospital grounds on the thence out Highway 22 to the Black Hills slab arid thence to the Pete Breithaupt home and then back to the Highway and to the The new bus route will be op erated by custodian of the Administration See Page 11 State department said the move was lade only because of the Ice andic request and did not re ect upon the generals person 1 it was xplained that the case is inch like that of an ttache in a friendly capita vho might bo pulled out sim ily because the host govern iient declared him pcrsonnllj Icelandic Ambassador Tho hors had made a formal pro est to the state He said American guards a he base had forced the tw fficials at gunpoint to lie in puddles of water for 10 minute threatened to shoot if thej poned their The contention of the guard See Page 10 Fire Marshal Uncertain On Jackson Arson Eugene assistant fit jC vised the Daily Sun by telephon Friday that the Jackson High School fire here August 29 was still under He said that nn investigator is still working on the case and it would be two or three weeks before the investigation would be He said doesnt know whether fP lightwlng French settlers today lade a bid for army support to lock Charles De Gaulles Ian to put Algeria future up to vote that could bring indepen cnce from But the rightwingers ell far short of rousing the nthusiasm of last years May 13 evolt which brought down the ourth French republic and laved the way for De Gaulles to De Gaulle as president of Trance has offered Algeria three choices once the fiveyear re jellion is squashed indepcni full Integration with or Internal I But he warned that indcpen lence would lead to a throat cutting civil war in Algeria and eventual Communist dictator De Gaulles program brought favorable response in allied capitals where the Algerian re bellion has tended to undermine he North Atlantic In President Eis enhower called the plan a states manlike Britain welcomed It as statement of policy of the highest The West German government saw possibility that the tragic Algerian conflict will eventually be The rightwing settlers sought to catch the armys ear with the tune Why fight if sooner 01 later your victory is to be wastec by popular suffrage See Page 9 Mayor Asserts last Officers said Phil Dycus two Bomber Gets Maximum Term they arrested hours later in LITTLE 181 truck driver was sen tenced to five years in prison and fined today for a bomb ing linked to Little Rocks school integration Four other men charged with dynamiting public property in three Labor Day bombings plead ed The truck 35yearold was offered coun sel by Circuit Judge William Sims refused and pleaded guilty to a charge of dy namiting the Little Rock school board He told Kirby he wanted to throw himself on the mercy of the This court will have no mer cy on the judge Then he imposed the maxi mum Sims had told police he did not want his 11yearold daugh tpr to go toschool with nig Token desegregation is ja effect at two Little Rock high but Junior High Schools and Elementary Schools have not been The court set trial dates for thf four who pleaded Lauderdale a drawing brief stares will go on trial 23 on a charge of bombing the school board building John Taylor 39yearold au to will be tried 3 on a charge of dynamiting the business office of Mayor Wer ner Knoop Samuel a goes on trial 12 in the bombing of Knoops and Jesse Per 24yearold truck will be tried 26 in connection with the school board building No one was injured in the explosions the night of Heavy damage was caused at all three the third of which was the cityowned sta tion wagon of Fire Chief Gann LITTLE integration was expanded today at Little Rock Central High School where three new negro students were heck About 100 white boys and girls wore allblack clothing to school as a protest over expansion of Three while two girls and a walked out af ter classes Six girls dressed In black did not enter the school but stood on a corner across the street and yelled for other students to ome Half a dozen white boys Principal Jess Matthews emerged from the school and went to the group of shouting The girls told him their par ents had instructed them not to enter the school until they saw whether trouble Mat hews said the parents would nave to talk to him before the girls could go to Central again The three new negro stu boy and two girls joined two others already en rolled in the The original two went to classes as A score of white boys and girls followed several of the negroes on the way into the shouting There was no Six policemen stood guard at Police have watched the high schools since they re opened Segregationists marched on Central that day a department store parking lot as he prepared to go to An older 18yearold Wayne and the couples neighbor and found the bodies after they were attracted by a strong Wayne told officers they no liced the smell while looking for his parents luggage in der to see whether they had left The older son and neighbors said the youngerboy told them his parents went to California August the day they were to visit a sick Detective Frank Castillon said the youth signed a four page statement and calmly re enacted the shooting for the benefit of He was turnec over to juvenile authorities and See Page 10 Wasp Sting Is Fatal To Man Ralph v pronounced dead on arrival Memorial Hospital Friday noon after being reported stung by a wnsp on the back of the on a The form victim the was working Purslev com A Griffin ambulance answered the This is the second fatality Navarro county from a wasp sting this Surviving are his Corsi cana a Rarph Balentine Corslcann two Mrs Curtis am Charles Conroo three a brother Ray Corpus Christ two Josin Joyce and Miss Helen Balcn Fort Funeral arrangements were incomplete early Friday after Griffin that he or not irson is would not mow until the investigation was and might not ever letermine how the blaze origi nated Jackson High building was burned on the morning of Au gust Corsicana school auth orities have employed an archi Preston and he is naking preliminary plans for rebuilding of the Sanders earlier in the day nlkcd with Williams who had sought to learn when a re port on the fire might be forth praised the school offi cials of Texas for doing a See Page 9 Spot Carriers Yellow Fever National nnd state health of ficers established this week that the mosquito type capable of carrying yellow fever Is pres ent in this North Texas Lane Paris health explained however that the Aidas Aogypt mosquito has to bite n yellow fever sufferer before it can transmit the dis The health officers who check ed the area for three days are Peel of Austin and H Woldrop of the Health City Clyde Emmons said the health survey is part of proposer campaign for city U Get Whole Lake Mayor allay ing fears of aroused citizens Friday announced that the cil wont lease all of Lake Corsl cana or even all of the cast sldi of the lake to the Water Work Club or any one else to the ex elusion of the The mayor said he had recclv id some telephone calls follow ing news from the city commis slon Tuesday that the city hac agreed to negotiate with th Water Works Club on a leas on the lake for new club head It is not my and m sure it Is not the intent o 10 to deprive othc ilizens of their rights on th Mayor Reading The mayor said what is un er discussion is a southeast cor or of the lakoshore where th iVate Works Club might tall some picnic tables an miled recreational facilitlef he city commission authorize lie mayor to negotiate with tl luh Tuesday after a vote ii tenting its willingness to wor ut a hut Mayor Rcadln aid this would only apply to lortion of thn lake and shor He added that what evp groement he makes with tl luh will be resubmitted to tl illy commission for approval o State Department Says Russians Charge Exchange Program Defended 18 State Department accused Soviet Premier Nikila Khru shchev today of making a false charge when he declared that the United States has become afraid of exchanging delega tions of visitors with This was the third time in 24 hours that angry diplomatic officials had struck back at Soviet attacks on the Stale partn ent in connection with the exchange shchev did not know wa talking about deliberately used false informn to cripple the State De partments bargaining position Thursday night the State De partment issued a statement say ing only that Khrushchev had been without mentioning false Khrushchev made his remark In a statement Officer Lincoln today White Press said either Khrushchev was not ac curately informed about the status of exchange or he delibe tely made his at tack to pressure the State partment into agreeing with everything Soviet negotiators de mand In current negotiations on See Page 9 the exchange The State Department charges boil down to saying that Khru what he or at a luncheon in New The previous York after noon his chief Cultural Affairs Georgl had told members of the Senate For eign Relations Committee the State to curtail the exchange of delegations with lu rejecting Zhukovs charge the State Department said Thursday it would like to ex pand the After Khrushchev followed his own the do ailment put out another slate ncnt and figures to show thai the United States is ahead ol Flu la in carrying out the 1958 and wants to in crease the one for next President Eisenhower t o 11 questioners at a news conference that he did not know of anyone n the Slate Department wh wanted to curtail the program To the he he and his associates want to see It en Negotiations have bnen under way between the departmen and the Soviet foreign of fie for several months on setting up a new program for the nex two years to carry on the swap ping of visits by in educational and othe groups which began In See Page 9 Larry erkinson of Indianapolis is all Tiidagcd up after treatment at Larry wandered into neighbors garage and was lien about the face by a olice said the dog did not ap ear to be vicious but it was ard to convince AP Virepholo torsicanan ftercy Flight De alls G Hsuccessful appendec omy performed at isolated Hal ctt Station in Antarctica follow ng a mercy flight which nearly nded in disaster were disclosed Donaldson Air Force Base offi ials said Thursday the star loard lauding gear on a savy R4D Skylraln aircraft col apsed right after but 10 one was The plane vas carrying a doctor and hoa ila corpsmen from McMurdo Sound to Hallett Station to as sist the doctors there in the emergency The drama started Tuesday Bronaton Beavers of In linn was stricken vith At 400 miles a plane was uickly Jack Totter of Sun An and Tiiul llonui of gathered their gear nnd climbed The temperature was in the 0s John Alli See Page 9 Anthony Eden Running Fever 18 Anthony is suffferlng from a severe at taok of his secretary said A similar attack in 1057 prc ccdnd nti operation on the for mer prime minister to correct a bile duct The secrilnry told a reporter Edens doctor wns coming from London to sen WOULD LEAVE NO MEANS OF WAGING WAR Asserts Conflict Inevitable Unless Tensions Eased UNITED 18 Soviet Pre mier Nlldta Khrushchev proposed to the United Nations today Unit ever n period of four years there would bo complete and total disarma ment abolishing all military establishments and war The essence of our propos the Soviet leader told a hushed General Assembly ses is that over a period of four years all states should effect complete disarmament and should no longer have any means of waging This means thnt hind arm navies and air forces shall cease to thnt general staffs and war ministries shall he thnt military educational establish m e n t s shall be that millions of men shall return to creative thnt military itsos in foreign territories shnll bo Calling himself and his hear ers Khrushchev con ceded nil this would tnke Ho said the implementation of such n program should not hold up negotiation on nuclear armaments and nuclear weap ons But part of his plan he is that all and hyilrogen bombs See Page 9 Premier Hakes Hurried Trip To Hyde Park HYDE 18 Pj Soviet Premier Nikita standing solemnly in a light today placed a wreath of roses on the grave of President Franklin Russias great wartime The who had travel ed a total of moro than four hours for a pilgrimage thnt lasted only 57 told Roosevelts Eleanor Roosevelt I felt it an obligation to come here to pay my respects to your lusbnnd and his I did not come for pleasure but for Khrushchev had to hurry back to New York for his United Na tions accompanied by his wife was 39 minutes behind schedule when lie stop pod out of a limousinehere at and was greeted by Roosevelt outside family rose garden where tha the late President was buried April Khrushchev wore a neat light gray suit and was Ho told Roosevelt How do you Im glad to see you The two had met before In See HYDE Pago 10 Nikita Displays Testiness NEW 18 The great Soviet American raveling debate moves today to he stage of the United Nations with Nikita Khru already showing signs of reported ready lo spring a Russian The Soviet Communist ifter three full and rugged days of speaking and lost his momentarily in Thursday But he quickly ecovered his usual The Soviet premiers appear en before the world organlza will be the highlight of nn thcr day of heavy schedule wa generally expected would make some new surprise announcement regarding disarm Already ho has promised n Soviet proposal on the sub Khrushchev has centered much of his attention In thi CommunistWestern debate on the Idea that the Soviet syston Inevitably will overwhelm the Western It was in n discussion o the twr systemu that the stocky 5foot5 Russian suddenly snap pod back at liis audience Khrushchev to walk out even threatenec of the Waldorf Vstnriu Hotels Grand desire to listen to what I here he WUH addressing the to I will York Economic HP offered to answer the ques udinnce was made up of about the countrys top indus of rial am1 business Khrushchev had been anawer ng questions wth the same show of joviiility hn displayed nrller in thn Then a guest iskcd him if he was so ntnnt upon mutual SovietAmer tan were not the Russian people allowed to to broadcasts Why werent Americnn newspapers nd periodicals allow to circulate freely Why were American dispatches censored Khrushchev parried He and President Elsenhower had igroed their discussions would not involve Interference in each internal There worn groans from the audience and somebody shout ed Answer the question Tin premier blew His face Im un old so to and you cant muddle rni with your he shouted You might not listen to me i you dont want but surel you must show enough hospital Ity not to If you hav lion If there were no Interrup For 10 seconds there wns Khrushchev calmed and continued The question of what out public listens to or reads should O decided not by any outside overnment or but by ur own people and govern You alsu Khrushchev vent referring to question about Russian jamming of tin Voice of I would er to this unfortunate Foi our and a greiil many other people in the world ilce the great Pau Robeson long ha jeen associated with left wins Yet for five or sever I tin Americar overnment would not perml1 him to tour liny other countrj to sing Why did Unit voice jam I famous Jam ttl voice with which smnc of yoi want to to our people If the vuiri with which yov broadcast to our i omitrywill b Page   

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