Corsicana Daily Sun, September 19, 1959

Corsicana Daily Sun

September 19, 1959

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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - September 19, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHER LOCAL cloudy and mild through Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 I 11 I 12 I 1 I 2 74 79 84 86 88 1 90 91 Complete Weather Report en Market the jailySunandSemtWttUx Morning LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE Most Securities and Commodities Market Are Closed on 90 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Khrushchev Starts West Coast Tour ft ft ft ft ft iir 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 Move Against Racketeers In Unions MITCHELL ASKS HOFFA FOR RECORDS Steel Industry Gets Warning In West Coast Talk L4ST VANGUARD PUSHES SATELLITE INTO ORBIT A Vanguard rocket blazes into the sky at Cape Canaveral carrying a 100pound satellite that it pushed into This is the last of a series of Vanguard rockets to be fired in the search for information about AP Wirephoto the last of a series of anguard rockets to be fired in the search for information about P Wirephoto Court Agrees To 4lanfi Powell Road Construction of a fourlane highway from Corsicana to on Highway 31 became a strong possibility Saturday morning when the Navarro county commissioners court en tered Into certain agreements with the Texas Highway De TVin The proposed project is still subject to approval of state anu federal but Coun ty Judge Kenneth Douglas ex pressed belief that the project would get The com missioners court have been working on this project since last Meet Engineer Frank district e gineer with the Texas Highway met with the commissioners in a confer ence at the Texas Highway De parment in and cer tain agreements were Cawthon said that if Navarro county was sold on the he would attempt to get its ap Judge Douglas said following the meeting that the county had agreed to meet all of ils ob ligations in the project he was one of the first hurdles that had to be cover The fourlane highway would extend six and one half miles See HIGHWAY Page 10 Daniel Opens Door Wider On Another Term 19 Price Daniel opened the door a little wider Saturday on the possibility of seeking a third The State Democratic Execu live Committee applauded when Chairman Ed Connally urgec Daniel to run The governor did not flatl reject the He said there are too many unsolved is too much at stake now for him to jump the deadline for Feb 1 will be the time fo commenting on the gov ernor told Connally and th The governor also left th door open on the possibility o another special session of th Legislature to raise teachers He said he decld strictly on the basis of publi demand and legislative advice public school Improve said The whole ques On lion do the people of Tex as want it Tag Arms Plan Propaganda But Worth Study Typhoon Toll And Damage Heavy SAN 19 1P Labor Secretary James Mitchell told the AFLCIO onventlon Friday the govern nent is cracking down swiftly gainst racketeers and subver ives In union leadership under he new labor control Mitchell disclosed he wired demand to Teamsters Union oss James Hoffa that he produce within 10 days a list of all Teamsters Union officers or mployes with criminal or Com munist Barred As Officials The Landrum Griffin labor which President Eisen lower signed last bans anyone convicted of certain crimes or a Communist Party member from serving as a union ifficial for five years after such onviction or Mitchell also demanded that Hoffa advise what action your irganization Is taking regard ng these A union knowingly employing a criminal offender violates the new laws provisions as does the fflclal Hoffa Will Study Hoffa said in Detroit he would urn Mitchells telegram over to ils lawyers for study if and See Page 9 Conditions Of Farm Workers Draw Attack SAN 19 i Secretary of Labor James Mitchell wants the AFLCIOs help in bettering the conditions of th3 nations farm workers which he called the most de pressed area of American Mitchell blazed out at certain farm Interests Friday in a speech to the AFLCIO biennial con vention Agricultural Interests have traditionally besieged the gov etnment to act on their behal whenever agricultural problems econr too difficult for the in dustry itself to Mitchel But let the government at tempt to act to eliminate the depressedconditions of the farm worker and his family and wha do you hear from the farm in lorests They dont want the government intervening in the Mitchell made an allday tour o ranches in the nearby Santa Clara investigating work ers housing and talking tc He received promises of Im pioved conditions from severa operators and closed down on farm labor camp the firs time the labor secretary ha tver tiken such a I have no doubt I will hea alout this when I get back tc See Page 4 fearless Candidates Urged EES HARLEM ON HIS TRIP Violence Toll Mounting Fast Around Texas FORT 19 JP pistol trap set for burglars iy a suburban Everman grocer Earl early Police said Hanson was leav ng a food store with a box of Investigators related these de Raymond one of lansons two first eft the got Hansons bro called police and an ambulance and gave artificial espiration to the fatally wound ed The third Marvin String later gave himself up to heriffs The a revolver conceal ed in an apple box inside the back door of the had been et for the first time two nights Grocer C built he device because of a burglary weeks ago in which he lost 1700 worth of cigarettes and FREE ENTERPRISE BOOMS UNDER SOVIET SCRUTINY Hy WALTER NEW 19 W3i IT Vmmunisms top boss had his list look at the American free lie prise system this Ahat he saw was an economy ursting with vigor even with is shut Russias slateplanned econo ly with its austere living stan dards must have seemed drab to he visiting Khrushchev as he oglecl the skyscrapers of hustling New York and sped through the ush Hudson But to the hank ers and brokers he talked his message was crystal In the due course of he communism would outstrip capi alism the Russian economy i vould overtake that of the riled With Russias economic effort HONEY Delmer Ray of was killed today vhen his car crashed while at a speed estimated y at 100 Highway Patrolman Charles See Page 4 Corsicana Is Host Regional VFW Meeting Veterans of Foreign Wars Region Department of Texas will hold its convention in Cnrsi cana Saturday night and Sun Navarro County Memoria Post 3366 will be Business sessions will be held Sunday Lonon of chief of staff for the Departmen will bring the prin clpal address at noon Sunday The welcome will be exlended by James distric The VFW sessions will be a the Post West Highwaj while the Auxiliary will mee at the American Legion Hall on North Beaton Registrnlion is being made a Ihe post A joint meeting will be held at the Post Home Sunday a noon with separate sessions o the VFW and Auxiliary Sundaj at Glynn Tomlin is presi dent of the local Auxiliary while Pease is the VFW com Harry Merfeld of Tern pie BethEl will give the in Texas Democrats should encour age candidates who will fear lessly fight against corporate greed and the special interests Price Deniel Bald He told the State Department Executive Committee that the majority of the Legislature fi nally stuck with the party plat form opposing a general sales tax and calling for new levies based on the ability to Daniel urged Democratic lead ers here for the commitete ses sion and for a funraising din ner in Edinburg to stay on the side of the people instead of the special He vised them to resist such pres sure groups as business and labor in party control and abide by majority We have just completed ses sions of Ihc Legislature in which lobbyists for ural gas pipelines a few nat companies and other corporations tried to saddle all new taxes on the people instead of accepting their fair share of the Daniel They were aided by stack ed delayed hearings and every device that could be concocted by their cohorts in the I am glad to report that af ter many long and hard fights the majority of the people and the majority of the Legislature won out and Texas still has no state income and no general sales Daniel said he and the Legis lature enacted a gas pipeline tax at only half the rate he And even now the advocates of corporate greed are unwill ing to accept the They are going to While the cigar and cigar ette the auto purchaser and the utility companies pay their Increased taxes without the big whose profits from Texas are increas ing every are trying to find a way to get out of paying their part of the Party leaders met here to make victory plans for 1960 and maybe fight a If there is any it will be against the wishes of state executive committee chairman old He says there is so much work to do there wont be any time tor The state executive commit tee is holding a daylong session of Bob Bart lett DAlaska speaks at a regional rally and a plate fundraising dinner Saturday The dinner at Edinburg is a with 500 Exe cutive committee sessions are The committee meets a backdrop of heated exchanges between leaders of the liberals and the conservative or middle road Reports that the partys con servative leaders might plan to oust Hous as national commltteewom an next year drew sharp reac tion from Connally said there is no plan afoot to remove who does not get along with the conservative wing of the The chairman said the committee plans no such that it has no power and that the meeting Saturday is primar ily a work Ralph Yarborough D in a Washington state ment hit at what he called See TEXAS Page 4 roncetlrated in such fields as military hard Elmer Smith Quits After 26 Years With ASC Elmer native Na varro county announced his retirement after 26 years with the county ASC The program was called the AAA when it was started by Ihe federal government back in 1933 and Inter the PMA and finnlly the Smith served with the pro gram under all three In apprecialion for his able now was giv en a departure party by his fel low county ASC committeemcn and the ASC office Friday af ternoon nnd presented with nn engraved wrist watch from com mitleemen and ASC office per Engraved on he watch AAAPMAASC Surprised with the party and the Smith responded with Ive really enjoyed every hit of it weve got n good office force and if I had my days lo Sec Page 4 Top Secret Data In Catalogue EL 19 A foolnolc on military se curity Everything about the Nike the antimissile is classified top its A reporter louring Bliss Friday nsked about the missile and was shown a rnanufactur ers catalogue which listed the missiles range as 200 The catalogue is printed by a private concern and is avail able to the war and space research Khrush chev found capitalism get ting set for a record outpouring consumer President Colbert of Chrysler talked confident ly of a markel for seven million cirs next Christmas sales prospects loomed brighter than ever for manufacturers of food cloth stereophonic hifi tex and Slock sales for the latest week totaled shares com pared with shares in the weelbefore and In See Page 4 Federal Judge Dismisses Two Imports Actions 19 awsuits considered by the oi industry as tests of the lory oil import program were dismissed by Federal Judge Joe Ingraham Texas American Asphalt and Eastern States euni and Chemical hac fought to restrain customs of ficials from enforcing the Im ports Ingralnim said his basic rea son for dismissing the wns that the suits did not name members of the Oil Imports Ap penis Board as The appeals board refused t grant Texas American an al location and denied Ensteri States application for an in creased imports Trucker Faces SB Jail Days 19 j Iruck James face a possible 013 days in city ja today out In traf fir fines at the rate of n Neals totn was disclosed Fi day when his De attempted to free him o n Judge Sam Duvi denied Records showed who ha been in jail since May ha Ty hoon in a weep over the southern Ryuk southwestern South and has killed 53 injured 230 and left 89 missing in four devastating The storm was last reported Friday night screaming oward Sovietheld Sakhalin in he Sea of north of Japans northernmosl lain Soulh Korea bore Ihe brunt f the vicious The Soon government reported typhoon arah killed at least 125 per with 192 missing an 52 The casualty toll in south ing six for ID includ driving without UK SAYS IT ALL UNITED Y 19 A Latin Amer diplomat who declined us of his offered this pro verb when asked his cornmen on Soviet Premier Khrushchev speech In my country we hav nn old saying When the burro are the chickens don mix ROCKET SHIP ENDS FIRST POWERED X15 rocket in which the Air Force hopes to send a man to the fringe epace possibly later this skids to a landing at Edwards Air Force the end of its first powered Its pilot Scotl reported it performed heaull fully as it passed a major mileslone in its de AP Wirephoto vestcrn the southern most Japanese main anc iouthwestern Includ id 22 197 injured and 192 Damage consisted o 56 houses 499 ships nostly small fishing sunk ir Typhoon Sarah began hei ampage by flattening the tiny southern Ryukyu Island of Mi ako Tuesday leaving 6 dead and 33 Sarah then roared acress the See Page 4 Mclvet Family Son Expire Friday Two deaths occurred In th Mclver family Friday afternoon ird night longtim Corsicana retired farm ded at Paulynes Home I North Friday after Raymond son o W died In Baylo Friday at 1 Mclver was born at Sa and farmed I Bildston community befor moving to Corsicana many year Funeral services for the elde nan be held from the Me Chapel Monday at 1 with burial in the Restlan Memorial Park In Th rites will be conducted by D Floyd pastor of th First Methodist Surviving arc a Mr Corsicana a son Tyson Dallas a granc Edward Kilgor nrd hree greatgrandchlldrer Pallbearers will be Dann McCammon Judge Rufus Pevc Raymond Dallas E Manning and Paul Mllle Final rites for Raymond Mclver wil be held in Dalla acording t mation here Suvivors are his Mr Pcrtia Dallas a brotl a sister and olher relative By WILLIAM OATIS UNITED 19 Premier Nikita Krushchevs fouryear plan for world without armies or arms truck most nonCommunist dip omals today as a propaganda laneuverbut one worthy of Iredict Rejection Western delegates al the UN romised to give consideration D the plan but the prediction they will eventually reject ns a Utopian dream everyone only a dream at the resent stage of the EastYvest Disappointment was felt In inny world capitals that basic Hy his widely advertised pro rani put Friday be ore the 82nation General As embly offered little Khrushchev was vague about establishing controls for his rogram of scrapping armed orces and weapons of nd Western insistence of con See Page 4 TunisiaBased Mgeria Rebels Attach French 19 an rebels based in Tunisia at acked French positions on th TunisianAlgerian frontier to day and attempted to cross in o Algeria at two th Brcnch army Rebel commandos sabotage an electrified and mined barrle It across eastern Algerii while automatic weapons flrei on French troops in the Munie the Army Rebel whose strengt was not determined by th attempted lo cross Int Algeria south and north 0 Lamy but were thrown The French said about 4 ebels attacked a French patro n the Sahara east of Oasis Tou wounded one Frenchma and withdrew into Algerian Nationalists report edly kidnaped 14 Moslems nea Oasis French forces killed 41 rebel nnd captured five In othe the Army Severn French soldiers were reporte A French spokesman said i general rebels werc less actlv than engaging mninl In ambushes and attacks o TO Flooding Nine Where 47 Dead Scotland 19 workers tc day poured millions of gallon of water into the blazing con mine in which 47 men wer trapped All hope of rescuing the me has been The al now is to douse the fire i the bodies can be brougl out in San Francisco Is Sunday Stop Plumps For Plan LOS 19 UP Nikita Khrushchevs See tour hurtled h i m cross the broad face of the ind today to this West Coast In ustrlal and entertainment cen Longest Hop The seemingly tireless Soviet remier winged In by jet trans ort from New York on the ongest single hop of his plan ed It was a rapidfire schedule ffording him a panoramic view hat few Americans have For Khrushchev was here to ee the sights of this onetlmo panish now bur eoned to a complex of 6 13 illllon within hours af or touring New Yorks Los Angeles Ready On Its Los Angeles was irlmed to show him something how American movies lopular In Russia are made our him through some of Its ouslng and ten er him a luncheon and a civic Khrushchev will go iy train to San The military transport jet carrying Khrushchev and his mmedlata party made the flight from New York In live 2 landing Internation al Airport here at It had taken off Now Yorks Idlewlld Airport at See Page 10 Nixon Ignores Red Challenge On Bible Use 19 President Richard Mixon has not taken up Nikita Khrushchevs challenge to swear on a Bible he was right about Russian rocket Nixon started things off just before the Russian Premier ar rived In this country by saying the Soviets failed three times bLfore they finally successfully fired a rocket to the Nix on declined to give the source of his When Khrushchev sat down for a clmt with members of tho Senate Foreign Relations Com mittee Wednesday afternoon he was asked If this were You ought to ask Nixon about cracked Ho always knows about Then Khrushchev Ill tell you n He told tho senators the Russians had want ed to launch their moon rocket a week before his but found something wrong with It nnd brought In another rocket for the moon thats the Khru shchev was quoted by the sena See Pago 9 Reaction Cautious 19 Washingtons cautious reac tion to Nikita Khrushchevs xur year lotal disarmament plan n general is that the plan de careful but that It may be a meaningless propa ganda President spend ing the weekend at his Gettys burg reportedly was study ing the text of Khrushchevs Giin inute speech Friday to the United The president made no immediate Some congressional spokesmen called the disarmament proposal a grandstand designed to atcu the eye and capture the hopes of the world for They noted that the way and means of the checks and inspections needed to en force were left pretty vague by ihe Soviet House speaker Sam il his home In said part of it is but until conditions setlle down in peoiully around I dont believe we can go for all of Raynurn said the proposal would bt a fine thing for Khru i chfcv and Eisenhower to talk about at tehlr coming private If they can come to all agreement they will ease the fears of all the But we a binding agreement that all nations would Alexander Wiley ranking GOP member of the Foreign Relations cilled it a grandstand Characteristic of his tour of Up Uniled Wiley Khiiijshchev speaks sweet words of he fail to offer any real formula or Suviet effort for establishment of a real foundation for Hubert Humphrey D chairman of the suh cjn mitte on said We ought not to pass it off as a mere propaganda We shouid give it careful scrutlnly and and pursue every uvenje and effort toward a disarmament pro gram which must Include ade quate inspection and Assistant Democratic leader Mike Mansfield of Mon irna had this to say We did disarm after World Wa IJ and were caught short in Therefore we have to be ex careful of any we should not reject out of hand Khrushchevs The details and fine print snould he spelled and any they should be con sidered by Khrushchev and Hi eLidsnt Elsenhower at Camp David later this It Is If that propos als alms this and related U must be officials here found a striking parallel between Khru shchevs speech and the one Piesklcnt Eisenhower made to the N on April also talking of said then Thlv world In arms Is not upending money alone on tho niH It Is spending the sweat of Its the genius of ils the hopes of Its cl Khrushchev said Friday The priceless fund of human know ledge and Ingenuity and skill Is taker and thrown as Into a bot tomless pit and squandered on Eisenhower said In 1953 The monuments to this new kind of Wi on poverty and need would be these Roads and See Page 10 ;

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