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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - September 22, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                4 v THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Wednesday with widely scattered thundershowers no important temperature Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 I 12 I I 86 88 90 91 82 Complete Weather Beport on Market air Morning Uftht LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er rally corporates hard nearby months CHICAGO general light Oats with to 25 cents higher top steers steady to 25 cents lower top AP TELEMATS PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Tall Corn In Iowa Attracts Khrushchev iir Savings Bonds Interest Increased TREASURY f IDLE APPEARS FOR Texas State Insurance Board commissioner Byron Saunders talks with his John at Criminal District Court where SaundeM is on trial for He is charged with not telling the truth to House Investigating committee at a hearing on the ICT Insui nnce Company AP Wlrephoto TREASURY MOVES WHEN BILL SIGNED President Will Again Ask End Of All Ceilings 22 Sl President Eisenhower today signed a bill permitting higher interest payments on govern ment savings Simultane ously he approved treasury plans to raise the rate by one half per The limited authority to in crease the return on the E and H issues was as far as Congress would go toward meet ing Eisenhowers insistent re quest for complete removal of the ceiling now 4 14 per cent on all longterm government Laos Says Peiping Directing Invasion Johnson Warns On Smug Policies School Killing Called Mistake NEW 22 W One juvenile accused of fatally shooting another in a street gang fracas on the front steps of a high said today he had become excited and it was all Edward made the statement to newsmen after be ing photographed and finger printed at police headquarters In the death of I had the gun In my pocket and something went wrong with it because when I pulled it out Believe Negro Invaded Home To Kill Woman 22 Ari whom a neighbor believed to be a shot his way into a modest home Monday and killed the 39yearold wife of an elementary school official The body of Herbert W a white was found In pool of blood by her when the girl returned from Mrs Fink had been shot Central Police Leo Woelfel said struck police could find no motive fo glasses the killing and that the woman had not been criminally assault ed No money was missing from the home and there were no marks of a The vice principal at a school where most of the pupils are said he knew of no reason for the He said he had had no trouble with See Page 8 LOCATE 44 BODIES 22 Search teams today found the bodies of 44 Scottish miners who died in a pit fire here last The search continued for two others who also died in the t went said It was 11 a I never wanted o shoot when asked why he lulled the the slim outh said everybody was swing I guess I got I bought he had a so I lulled the gun to scare him and it went Peres said he was sorry that Guzman had Peres s one of seven youths charged vith homicide in the shooting Monday on the steps of Morris ligh school in the Police said Guzman apparent y was attacked because he had gone into another gangs terri tory to date a Guzman and two compan ons retreated on the felled by a single bul iet died two hours But See Page 9 Cites Advantages In signing the bill Eisenhower said In approving the recom mendations of the Secretary of the Treasury for a rate of 3 S4 per I stated To my mind there is no better way of no more effective way of strengthening our power for than to own United States savings Expresses Faith To buy these bonds Is to express faith in It helps provide the economic strength in both our government and in individual families on which our freedom I hope that the making of both old and new savings bonds more attractive will serve as a renewed invitation to every citizen to buy and hold these See Page 5 Board Employs Special Counsel In School Suit Services of a Dallas law firm were formally obtained to rep resent the Corsicana Indepen dent School District in the suit lodged by the Blooming Grove Independent School District at a special meeting of the Corsi cana board of education Mon day Board members present voted unanimously to hire the firm of Akin and Porter which was recommended by President Matt It was pointed that Fred Porter would be the personal repre sentative in the case but that the board would receive the services of the entire not just that of The fee will be plus the regular per diem costs during the The Blooming Grove district recently filed suit against the Corsicana district seeking to have a decision of the county See Page 5 PLAN THOROUGH TRAINING FOR CHEST CAMPAIGNERS Training of the individual worker will be the keystone of the preparation for the opening soon of the 1959 Community Chest campaign to raise for the support of 11 affiliated At a preliminary planning session by the executive com mittee Monday at 3 in the Navarro Hotel Sun heavy emphasis was laid on training the individual cam paign workers to know what their job is and how to carry it out Shows In Results Campaign Director Ray Con lin advised the panel that was one of the factors In the Chest not reaching its goal in 1958 Too many workers were no thoroughly trained in their role as solicitors and consequently did not produce the results ex pected of In order that this will not oc cur this the Chest started Monday evening with a series of indoctrination meetings with two orientation sessions sched uled for the working personne eetings which will be held vice weekly during the cam It is imperative that impaigners attend at least one iport meeting weekly in order lat they may know what is oing on in other segments of See Page 3 Second Missile Submarine On flaiden Plunge 22 UP atomicpowered Patrick the Navys Second Fleet allistic missile GBM sub White Girl Is Struck In Face LITTLE 22 a 16year old white student at integrated Saunders Says Innocent At Trials Start AUSTIN JPi Tyler attorney Byron speaking crisply and pleaded in nocent today to charges that he lied before a House investigat ing The including four wo High on the broken face and her In biracial disturbance on a crowded bus near the school None of the five negroes at tending Centra was Police Chief Gene Smith said investigating ed there was officers a fight report between Miss Harper and Ocil a male pupil at the allnegro Dunbar Junior High He said the investigators were unable to determine who started the that no ar rests had been made and that the case would be turned over to juvenile Kenneth Harper quoted her daughter as saying that White struck her after she ask ed him to quit bumping Arkansas Pupil Placement Upheld LITTLE 22 federal court ruling up holding Arkansas pupil place ment laws has eased a poten tially troublesome situation over integration of the Dollarway School near Pine There will be no Little Rock incident in the Dollarway School District this said Bruce Bennett of Arkansas after Mondays decision by the 8th Circuit Court of Ap peals at The court upheld the laws and reversed District Judge Axel Becks order that three negro students be admitted to the 42 miles southeast of Beck had also ruled the laws but ordered the chil dren admitted without regard to placement act The Dollarway School Board contended Beck ignored the 15 standards of the very laws he Attorneys for the negro stu dents said the Supreme Court would be asked to review the Segregationists resistance to men and four negroes sworn in at Then the complex Indictment was read against the former chairman of the State Insur ance Saunders John Cof had asked for a suspended sentence even before the jury for his perjury trial was com Asked how he Saun ders replied Not your Documentary evidence was in troduced before the precedent setting trial recessed for in questioning the last few prospective gave not ice for the request for a suspend See Page 3 Federal Taxes On Gasoline To Advance 1 Starting the federal gasoline tax goes up one from three to four cents a gal It will help pay for the 000mile Interstate Highway President Eisenhower signed the bill but said it did not meet his objective of keep ing the highway program on a payasyougo Eisenhower said he signed It in order to avoid a serious dis ruption of the highway program Name Japanese Atomic Head As Retis Protest 22 Hiro Furuuchi of Japan was elected president of the general conference of the In ternational Atomic Energy Agency IAEA today over a Soviet The election came at the opening of the third such Japanese ambassa dor to won the presi dency on the first ballot with 39 compared with 15 for the engineer his only Gusorgui drive The other Communist Bulgarthe fireman took las delegate and nominee of He Soviet delegate abstained Drunk Charges Follow Katy Cars Derailing 22 UPl MissouriKansasTexas en gineer and fireman were jaile on drunk charges after all eigh freight cars behind their switc engine left the tracks early to They were switching cars o private rail spurs at the Spac Officers said the fireman asl If he coul an the throttl seven ueiegaLes iiuaLmiieu rom voting and some were whipped off all eight o the boxcars behind Someon called police and both Available Novikov accused the United States of breaking a gentlenens agreement in seconding vith Spain Furuuchis nomnation by He said an greement had been reached nore than two months ago on Vadjakovs deleTntp Paul F Foster for The Katy railroad said th damage mounted to Explaining the wreck to p the fireman was quotec as I got a highba and when I get a like to 22 Wl Eisenhower Ignored protests by the Agriculture Department and signed today a bill permitting sale of govern mentowned livestock feed sur pluses In areas hit by drought or other The Russian declared In of Premier Nikita legislationliberalizing ex Isting rules for emergency dis posal of farm surpluses was Khrushchevs American it was regrettable the United States opened the 35 by Karl Mundt RSD after ranchers and farmers in his home state were hard hit conference of 72 member poor crops of corn and oth ions with methods that State officials said livestock grains this used at the height of the negro new legislation permits 35 years on a rape of surplus government Japans serve at least 18 at market prices when nent representative to the seven months there Is a shortage as a West atoms for peace eligible for of hur was vice president of last Westmoreland or other general He Monday to raping president is authorized to Sudjarvo of white girl here when a major disas as at nan 1 IA mM M H each It was em asized that if a worker misses e first he is requir to attend the Con n also stressed the importance workers attending report 22 Wl The United States cannot afford the luxury of a smug and self assured foreign policy in deal ing with a shrewd and tough Nikita Senate Ma jority Leader Lyndon Johnson said addressing the Tex as County Judges and Commis sioners said the can the her slid smoothly into hames River today in laiden A crowd of Including Secretary James watched the launching nder a bright midday The floating nderwater missile named or American is sister ship of the George the first Polaris iring FBM sub launched here une Vice Thomas ommander Eastern sea iaid that the Patrick Henry and her sister ships will provide the nation with a practically in ulnerable ability to I know you are said that In the great potential for destruction repre sented by these ships Is one of our guarantees against hav See Page 8 UNITED UN Gener al Assembly today shelved for another year the controversial question of seating Red The vote was 4429 with 9 In 1958 the vote on an Identical resolution was 4428 with 9 LITTLE IDLE TINE FIXED IN MIDWEST Leaves Coast In High Humor After Some Outbursts UNITED today ac Surplus Feeds lot afford to be second bes jecause second best could wel be last in the world conflict We cannot meet the prob lems by going out into th world with a flit gun in fron of refrigerators and batl tubs behind and a nativ interpreter between us and th people to whom we would car ry the message of h Johnson In con demnlng the Eisenhower ac ministration foreign H also ignored a presidential pie that Americans treat Khrush chev more kindly during hi visit to the Khrushchev is committed t the proposition that only I dictatorship can the world fin prosperity and economic abun Johnson He be lleves there must be a guidin See Page 2 Texan Insists Domestic Water Projects Vital 22 The United States Senates majority leader says he cannot agree with the Presidents view that it is sound to build dams and reclamation projects In oth er countries but not build them in our Lyndon Johnson told about persons here Monday We cannot agree with the idea that It serv ed our country to build sanita tion systems In foreign cities but to ignore water conservation and water pollution1 problems in the United Johnson spoke before the Gal veston County Democracy Club He sold the end result of the congressional session was a triumph for Democracy with a little d1 and a victory foi Democrats with a big The Senator spoke here to day at the convention of the Texas County Judges and Com missioners He was to at tend the Wharton County Fair this afternoon and then go on to El Campo later In the clay to receive an award from the Tex as Heart Johnson said the nations dcfi cit would have risen nearly two used Red China master minding the invasion of its soil md urged the UN not to admit he Peiping regime as a mem The Laotian position was a switch from last when the Southeast Asian Kingdom ab stained on the EastWest Laotian Foreign Minister Pan ra charged that present hosti ities in Laos would not have occurred if Peoples Commun st China had not furnished equipment and leadership to the He accused the Chinese Com nunlsts of showing only scorn for the United Nations and its See Page 3 DES 22 Nikita Khrushchev arrived in Iowa today and beamingly in formed the states leaders that the Soviet Union is competing with them In the raising of tall The threatening but the Soviet pre miers disposition was his temper vastly Improved by the treatment accorded him in a whirlwind tour of San Fran sky was overcast and The Crowd Small world Communist boss Becks directive rose swiftly in the school district and white residents petitioned Orval Faubus to use all the forces at his command to stop Effigies of ne groes were hung in the who had said he would act if disorder com mented that it appears the de cision will relieve the sitution for the time Dollarway School officials post poned the schools opening until a ruling on the appeal was re The Arkansas placement laws are patterned after those in Ala bama and North The Supreme Court has up held the Alabama act as valid on its Arkansas laws allow school boards to assign pupils to speci fic schools after considering the See Page 5 with its attendant adverse ef fects on state highway contractors and workers and the economy The increase is expected to sring in a billion dollars from he nations motorists before its scheduled expiration July At that time the gas tax is to revert back to three cents a The President has asked for a 1 12cent gallon tax boost reluctantly produced a compromise after first de ciding against any tax The compromise provided that after the temporary gasoline tax increase 2 12 bil lion dollars of other highway user taxes would be diverted to highway construction for three These other taxes at pres ent are going into general gov ernment The total extra revenue of See Page 5 SAN biggest labor union story in years is developing to it has nothing to do with the California stopovers of visiting Soviet Premier Nikita It is an historic agreement be tween the top leaders of the biennial AFLCIO convention to submit disputes between riv al unions of whatever charac ter to putting con flict up to the decision of an outside The worked out by fed eration demonstrates a new solidarity among labor chiefs in the face of what they view as a mounting business mens battle to weaken or ex terminate labor So convinced are the AFLCIO leaders that they have found the solution to burying ther conflicts and solidfying labor they plan to hold a special convention next year to implement the peace A convention next year could have political Nor mally the next AFLCIO conven tion would be held in A closed meeting of the AFL CIO Executive Council last night ratified In the record time of 20 minutes a plan to solve Interunion strife that has plag ued rival organizations for years and drained them of fi nancial There was o the plan requires unions Involved in any sort of dispute with a job right raids between boycotts of rival union or even organizing ethics to let an outside neutral judge as to which one is Each dispute would be decid ed on Its own without setting a Failure to provide a binding judicial terminal point for fre quent union causing constant splits among unions for the root of the trouble that drove labor or ganizations into rival AFL and CIO camps in The peace plan is the real product and binder of the 1955 AFLCIO Leaders ex pect it to solidify labor as never It is the they of the implied to other un ions in the continuing Eteel strike and business success in getting Congress to pass the new labor control In other words the unions have simply decided to close Under the due to be okayed at the convention a special five man committee is authorized to proceed to work out details of a dispute solution plan based on the arbitration The committee is headed by Al president of the ma chinists It would be submitted to a special federation convention In 1960 for required constitutional Rival unionists could then seek to kill the whole but this seems unlikely in view of the solid endorsement given the plan by the council chiefs comprising the leaders of the former rival CIO and A resolution adopted late Monday by the AFLCIO dele gates resolved to step up union bargaining efforts to raise wag a step they said is necessa ry to spread purchasing power and keep the economy See Page 2 Dirksen Lists Ike Objectives For Congress President Eisenhower ex peels to ask an election yeai Congress to balance the budget rialt Indirect lift bond interest ceilings and overhau the lax Outling this Senat Republican Leader Everett M Dirksen of Illinois made it clea he expects Eisenhower down again In 1980 Korea Typhoon Strikes Hours Before Expected 22 South Korean newspapers to day blamed Inadequate weather forecasting arid rescue facilities for the high death toll from typhoon Officials said 869 persons A A my officer said ths opical storm struck last hursday 12 hours before It as It was the worst storm Ive said John of and Ive been through hurri anes on the East Coast of who Is stationed at said A small creek ehind our headquarters rapid grew into a stream 25 feet The banks kept crumbling nd homes on both skies fell in Tany people were washed out o President Syngman Rhce call d the typhoon Koreas worst alamlty In BO Besides See Page 8 Say New Cuba Plot Thwarted The evolutionary army claimed to lay to have broken up a new intlgovenimcnt plot with the arrest of 40 chiefly ex In the east ern province that cradled Prime Minister Fidel Castros rebel Argco chief of rural police at said men were arrested Monday night and a roundup of the rest of the conspirators Is under way n that area on the north coast of Government sources reported 50 in all In This could not be confirmed to bea agains what the administration call unnecessary Dirksen summarized his views for pub lication in Ihe Congresslona Of about a dozen major prob lems listed by Dirksen for con sideration by Congress when 1 reconvenes in nearly half involved financial mailers The Senate minorily leade said action is needed in Ih fields of general farm leglsla civil self employment depress ed areas and extension of th wagehour law to cover add tlonal But he left llllle doubt tha will b eliminale what it call backdoor flnancln practice of authorizin borrowing from Ih admlnlslralion pressure applied lo ciltica direct Treasury for some program rather than requiring diret He said there i need also to advance price slur See Page 3 waved his fedora hat amiably at a relatively small crowd on hand lo greet him at the A much larger crowd awaited him downtown in Des about or more gathered In the general vicinity of the hotel Fort Des Molnes where the party was Some carried hostile but the crowd in general waa order ly and Some sat on window ledges of surrounding buildings for a better many on the circular ramp leading to an automobile parki ing Greeted By Governor Greeted by HerscheJ Khrushchev replied See Page 2 f PremierWill Share Lodge With President Premier Nikita Khrush chev will live In tho same lodge President Elsenhower occuplea during their talks this week end at Camp Announcing this the White House said that of State Christian Herter and Andrei Russias for eign also will have living quarters in Ihe presiden tial known as The fourbedroom rustle lodge Is In tho Caloclln Mountains near about 65 miles north of Khrushchev Is scheduled to arrive at Camp David early Friday He will stay until midday then re turn to Washington for a news conference and a radiotelevision report to the American people on his tour of the United At Camp a few other key and Soviet officials will be quartered at other lodg Still other officials from both sides will travel from Washington to join in part of the Eisenhower and six key ad visers discussed strategy for tha talks at an 80minuto White House conference Press Secretary James Hagerty declined lo give any Newsmen had no op See 9 Voice Broadcast Heard In Moscow 22 UP The voice of Americas broadcast version of the heated San Fran cisco exchange between Premier Nlkitu Khrushchev and labor leaders came In clearly nd without Moscow listeners said They reported the exchange was followed by a survey of American editorial opinion of Khrushchevs much of it The Soviet press has yet to tell the Soviet people about Sundays debate whicli angered Moscow radios foreign broadcasts have been denouncing the labor leaders for their The Soviet press continued to give tho premiers tour major Khrushchevs soninlaw told readers that the premier joking when he remarked that he had been under house arrest In the United Alexei editor of the It is good that put me under government newspaper said Khrushchev made remark jokingly after he returned to his train from a whlstlestop con versation with plain Amerl For the first time In six days of house arrest I went out free ly and breathed American Adzhuboi quoted his fatherIn law as they did not arrest In a signed article In Izvestia Adzhubei complained that Khru shchev rarely has tho oppor tunity to talk with plain Amer He is all the time en the editor Not only every one of his hours but every minute Is The article gave the impres sion that Khrushchev feels Is the victim of a campaign to prevent him from meeting ordi nary The complaint came aa tha See Page 3   

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