Corsicana Daily Sun, September 23, 1959

Corsicana Daily Sun

September 23, 1959

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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - September 23, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHER LOCAL cloudi ness through Thursday with widely scatter ed thundershowers not much change in Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 I 12 I 1 I 3 76 80 84 88 90 91 92 Complete Weather Report on Market the Daily Morning LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er strong advance in corporates give New Orleans CHICAGO exports and short processor with to 35 cents lower top steers steady to 50 cents lower top 93 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Ike Urges Hard Bargaining In Steel Strike ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Sir Sir ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Khrushchev Claims God Helping Soviet Union RECEPTION BY 10WANS PLEASES RED Russian Chief Show Fatigue But Keeps Bounce COON Sept 23 Nikita boss of world sat down to lunch with a capitalist Iowa farmer today after in forming him that God is on the side the Soviet His old bouncy despite evidences of Khrush chev bantered and talked enthusiastically about corn dur ing a fastpaced tour of the farms in this heart of the Iowa tall corn Concedes Wisdom Khrushchev conceded lowans are intelligent whom God had helped a But he added You musnt think God is Hes helping helping only you TJie Soviet premiers Roswell Bob We have a saying the Lord helps those who help them Retored Khrushchev God is helping because we are developing and God therefore is on our He helps the Diverting Show It was another diverting per formance all the way by the Soviet who obviously was happy at his public recep tion in this corn When he arrived at the Garst he and Garst dis See Page 11 Gromyfeo Gets Orders To Free Two Children DES Premier Nikita Khru shchev today directed a top aide to see to it that two chil dren of a Chicago couple be al lowed to leave He did so at the request of the and Paul ius who came to the United States from Russia in The couple got a fiveminute audience with the Soviet chief just before he left his hotel headquarters for his farm tour and Leonas told Khrushchev that their 20y ear year old daughter and 17year old son were still in Russia and unable to get They asked the premiers Khrushchev listened intently to their He gripped their touched Leonas cheek and promised to see that the Leonas children rejoin their He then called on Andre his foreign minister and told him to take care of Leonas wept as she thanked Khrushchev smil ed faintly and shook hands Teenage Crime Linked To Dope Traffic LISTENING FOB A detective puts his ear near the lips of fatally wounded John in an effort to get a description of assailants who shot him down on the steps of Morris High School in the New The a soph omore at the died in a hospital of a bullet wound in the Police arrested eight youthful members of a street uniformed in trench who ambushed Guzman and shot him AP Wirephoto Soy Living Costs Down Past Month 23 The cost of living edged down onetenth of 1 per cent last month from Julys record he Labor Department reported A big seasonal drop in food ninetenths of 1 per was solely responsible for halt ing the summer spurt of con sumer Price tags were higher on vir Benson Starts Another Junket Across Europe 23 Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson takes off today for a trade and good will trip that will take him into Soviet Rus Yugoslavia and He was to be accompanied by three members of his Benson and daughters Beverly and Bonnie four agri culture department officials and 10 members of the agricultural Benson will be the first official to go to Russia since Soviet Premier Nikita Khru shchev came to this country for his crosscountry The first scheduled stop on the air flight was to be Bel Other countries on the sched ule Included Western Sweden and The principal purpose of the 16day trip was to weigh possi bilities of selling more farm products in although no See Page 9 north northwest course today on a path that would keep it well Pravda Discovers Reserve Feeling 23 Soviet Communist party news paper Pravda told readers today that theres an enormous re serve feeling among Americans for the Soviet Hospitable California was the headline in both Pravda and the government newspaper Iz Pravda said the enormous reserve of friendly feeling among Americans for the Soviet Union was displayed more clear ly then ever in the extraordi nary friendly atmosphere which prevailed during Khrushchevs entire visit to San Pravda correspondents with Khrushchev became lyrical over k We can never forget the mov ing scenes on whistle stops all the way from Los Angeles to San the paper said in a special Everyone who traveled on the train fell in love with the colorful sights of the orange the blue sur face of the ocean the fertile valleys and beautiful mountains But what enthused us most was the skillful working people of this wonderful Al most all along road they stood in big crowds or alone waving hats or scarves greeting the high Soviet Pravda correspondents wrot that only tact and unwilling ness to spoil the atmosphere o goodwill established during the first days of Khrushchevs visi on American soil kept them from writing about the shrill and hysterical shouts from cavaliers of the cold Pravda said in some section of on the air and on the television screen you could every day hear and see the irritatini advice to give the head of the Soviet government a cold recep tion and prepare small tricks or See Page 11 High Winds Damage Store Roof ually everything else making p the average city familys This was ninetenths of 1 per ent of the 104743 This nintenths of 1 per ent higher than a year The figure means it now takes early to buy what cost a dollar in the years immediate y after World War In spite of the slight drop in at least workers vill receive wage increases un er costofliving escalator con racts which are adjusted quar Workers in North Amori an Aviation planis and ilanls at Baltimore and Den will receive a onecent hour y pay boost Hughes Aircraft nd some other companies will ive a twocent Almost all food prices declin id in Fresh fruits and pork and poul See Page 12 Eradc Remains Coastal Threat 23 UP ane Gracie continued Hurri on a Negro Fanatic Believed Killer 0 Housewife A Biblequoting negro was shot and killed Tuesday night in a un battle with police who said they were satisfied he was the killer of a housewife shot to death One officer was The negro was identified by police as Roscoe Officers said he was approached by police Tuesday night after he had been going from home to home attempting to talk re Detective Inspector Rudolph Glaser said he was satisfied Simpson was the killer of Sylvia The shooting took place in an allwhite neighborhood only a block from the Fink Officers were summoned by neighbors who reported a man going from house to house at tempting to talk but only with Abe Hansher the man called at his home and insisted on talking to At first Hansher said but called his wife to quiet the As Hansher came to the dooi Raymond Nenki Simpson pointed a gun at the officer and This is See Page 12 McAllen Mayor Heads Municipal League Staff 23 The Mayor of Phillip is the new president of the Texas Municipal Ho was elected Tuesday as the group wound up a threedaj Another James Me rocklin of was named first vice and Beaumont city attorney Gcorgi Murphy second vice president Boeye urged that Texas cities be given the same rights to ac quire money as municipalities in other Property taxes wont provide enough he anc some sort of sales Is inevi JOHNSON WARNS SOVIETS AFTER VNITED STATES 23 T Senate Majority Leader Lyndon Johnson Tuesday warn Russia also soon will be ble to knock out any city it vishes in 15 Soviet Premier Nikita Khru hchev is an able and deceit ul leader who is after e The tossing away a repared speech before Texas County Judges and Commis loners declared Some ood will come out of this visit if It will help the Florida At 11 the seasons sev 3nth tropical storm was center ed 230 miles east of Nassau and 420 miles almost due east of Miami with 100 mile The Weather Bureau said the present direction and rate of movement would not bring an thcm Boeye said belter relations are needed with the Legisla We believe in local self dont believ our problems need to be solved in he We haven presented our problems success we havent got across t langerous weather to the south east coast of nterest from the central hut all Florida lorthward to the were told to keep in touch with ater During the coming th primary function of the leagu will be work for better rela with state official Boeye See Page 7 do Evidence 01 Arson Found In Jackson Debris The Department of Public lately laboratory in Austin ported to Sheriff Rufus Peve house Wednesday that no evi dence of duplicating fluid or other inflammable liquid in the material taken to Austin follow ng the burning of Jackson High School here 29 had been A number of textbooks that were found under the debris were submitted to the state laboratory by the sheriff In an effort to determine whelher or lot there was any evidence of arson in the The lelter received by the sheriff Wednesday noon was written by lab oratory manager and stated that the department had been unable to detect the presence of the fluids mentioned above after completing its The board of education has employed an Preston of Fort who is making plans for the replacing of the ruined section of Jack son Also involved in the report is the payment of insur ance to Ihe board of The materials examined were taken to Austin by Sheriff Peve us keep our feet on the ground Right said he Snnn Russia has enough inter continental ballistics missiles to knock out every NATO base and in n few months they will have enough to knock out every city they want to in 15 minutes before we could get a plane off the He pointed out that Strategic Air Command planes kept in the air on a 24hour basis are the retaliatory instrument oi the United The Senators recollections of talk with Khrushchev during Ihe Russians current visit seen to indicate the talks between the Russian leader and Presi dent Eisenhower will be limit Ginnings Eimnmtj High 23 Census Bureau said to day bales of cotton had been ginned prior to Sept This number compared with last Ginnings by states this year and last included Arkansas 525 and Louisiana and New Mexico and Oklahoma anc and Texas and I saw this able and deceit ful man and I ate with said Johnson of Khrushchev Later he told me he had rear my speeches I dont agree with you on and I ask Page 12 Lone Survivor Tells How 12 Died In Mishap 2 They wanted to get in he some boat because it woulc ie more A bewildered falher th nly survivor of a boating ac idcnt that took the lives of hi 10 children and his broth r was too griefstricken fo ears as hn described th rngedy to state I was very n lappened so saic as th lodies were brought ashor rom Lake McKeever In Uppe Michigans Hiawatha Nationa orest The on a days outing o pick wild hat liled into a 12foot outboar It capsized 40 fee rom None could swin The father saved himself b climbing atop the overlurne he saw his wife children and his Harrj go down in water so clen he bodies could be seen 1 eet All the Larsons children bu Churchill Warns On Red Disarmament Admiral Says Ready SAN 23 only a substitution for a Arleigh Burke said Burke said on rocket found He today the American people will not be conned into giving up one iola of their hardwon free chief of naval opera at a newsconference pre ceding an address to the AFL CIO minimized re cent disarmament proposals made by visiting Soviet Premier Nikita Were not going lo be laken for Burke He emphasized disarmament must be preceded by strong enforce ment Admiral Burke said the United States has the strength to destroy any aggressor in a nuclear We have the strength now and we are assuring it for the he These are the visible symbols of a people who will not be conned into giving up one iota of their hardwon In any fight between the and Russiart Burke right now we can take present has demon strated a very great person ality hes clever and fast on his But hes demonstrated some other Hes got quite a especially with people with whom he doesnt quite Burke said Khrushchevs ac tions make it obvious he is the fole spokesman for a country that enjoys very little In his Burke told AFLCIO delegates some na tions may brag about their they may even make threats with but nobody over tells aboul Iheir failures or He did not pin his comment to any it followed by about a week a stalement by Vice President Richard Nixon that Russia had three failures before she succeeded in launch ing the rocket which hit Premier Nikita Khru shchev offered to swear on the Bible there had been no failures challenged Nixon to take such an The submarinefired ballistic missile soon will bn added to the Navys arsenal Burke And he said the Atlas and Titan ICBMs wil further strengthen the deterren apabilily of the United This mix of sea and shore systems give us strong assur ance that the United States wil retain an effective dctcrreri and retaliatory capability in general he We are trying to provide wha any nation weapon for weapon Their needs are not our needs W are trying to provide wha we neetl on one basis to sec that the United States main tains the capability to clobbe anyone daring to attack o our no matter how hare he first 23 Si Winston Churchill tonight warn See Page 9 See Page 12 Spoiled accompanied by sand and struck Corsicana and Navarro county NEW Mayor Robert Wagner told a Senate Subcommittee today thai Ihe federal govern mcnt can help most in the fight against teenage crime by com batting narcotic I believe it to be the most important role the federal gov ernment can in the frame work of our in at boul midaflernoon Winds ripped a tin roof on the tacking the criminal aspects of I our youth Wagner Vendor building occupied by b he shoe department of the Dyer Company and several lours was required to repair he The wind shattered a window jane in the solarium of Ihe sec md floor al Memorial hospital ind two screens were hurled rom the structure for a con iderable No injuries were reported and no extensive damage The Daily Sun gauge recorded 26 inch of Tile heaviest reported rainfall n the counly ctime at Cryor Iheek where inches Barry reporled 1 12 Blooming Grove and Dresden Other rainfall Included Em house where the rain fell in about 30 minutes and electric service was interrupted for a short time Frost Richland 45 and light showers in the iverens and Rice Dawson received a hard ruin but no measurement was Rain in most o the areas was accompanied by high Some Irecs and limbs were damaged in casl A large billboard on Highway said in testimony prepared for delivery before the subcommit Wagner was Ihe first wit ness as Thomas Hen nings subcommittee on juve nile delinquency opened its firsl of a series of hearings on the spreading Tho five yearold subcommittee latei 75 in North blown Corsicana was By Tho Associated Tress Moisturefilled air swept north over Texas Tuesday night sarly It slapped Sec Page 12 Triple Deaths Ruled Natural After Probes Three two were found dead early Wednesday morning in East Corners verdicls following in vestigalions inlo Incidents and conditions surrounding the find ing of the throe bodies ascribed the denths lo natural causes Both city and county officers The dead am Jim Chester Curleyl a halfbrothei of Sweatt was found dead in bed at the family 400 North Fifth by his will go on to other cities across the The Mayor said New York City is doing everything it can to fight its own battle against teenage He differentiat ed between the young crimina and Ihe juvenile The first of course See NEW Page 11 Plan Novelties To Spotlight Ihest Campaign Plans were initiated Wednes for the selection of a Mis Community Chest and a coloi ill Community Chest parade a in cuily datp to fris ninrfio on the oltywidc t for the support o 1 affiliated At a planning session of th mblicity committee with Cam aign Director Ray i vas decided that the senio lass of Corsicana High Schoo vill be asked to elect from it iiembership a young lady I serve as the 1959 Miss Con nunity Chest with the view i nind in 1960 of throwing thi open in the form of a contest 1 which different organization ind business firms will sponso nominees for the title and he subsequent selection by a pan of The committee also will see o arrange with the bands o the high schools and college t put on halftime shows at See Page 12 i Margin Getting Smaller UNITED 23 specu atcd today the United State 7 Judge Frank aboul Waller Hayes con Sec Page 12 NKW ATOMIC SUB HITS THE la an overlieac view as Ihe Navys newest nuclear poweredmissilc launchinj Ihe USS Palrick Henry slid into tho water nt it launching at Leslie wife of an Illinoi christened the AP Wirephoto night have tolling Ihe had UN a hard IIm to block th seating of Red China this yei lad it not been for Pelping rash of trouble with her noigl Even with the widespread vi once in Asia and Wester charges of Communh the United State emerged with its narrowest vi since the issue first cam before Ihe assembly nine year EFFORT HELD ON TRIAL USW President Says No Progress In Negotiating UP President Eisenhower appeal d to both sides in the steel trike today to get down to ard intensive bargaining and ettlo tho The appeal was relayed to eporters by Secretary of Labor ames Mitchell following a ong conference with Eisenhow Mitchell Warns We all feel that free collec ive bargaining may be on trial Mitchell Both management and labor hould recognize this Mitchell declined to predict vhat government if vould be taken if labor and management failed to reach a ettlement in the now 71 days He likewise declined to pre llct the timing of government should action be Injunction Probable The most probable govern ment action would be invoking he TaftHartley Laws injunc tion An f would send the 000 striking steehvorkers back o the mills for at least 80 but they would be free to atrlka if no settlement was reached in the Mitchell said Eisenhowet feels both parties to the dis pute should recognize their rix See Uncle Sought As Girls Body 23 nineyearold girl who van ished on a trip to a grocery waa found In a river raped and and an uncle was sought for After the body of clad only In a Tshirt was found in the Mississlnewa Police Chief Charles Rodgcrs said bloodstains wcro found In a borrowed truck driv en by the Henry Also found in the truck two bags of potato chips which the girl had bought at the Wor line Grocery two blocks from her home early Tuesday The bags had not been Prosecutor Robert Foust said he planned to file a preliminary charge of murder against Belyndas said Sprong returned to the family home about three hours after the girl disappeared and packed a saying he was leaving for Police asked Louis police and Indiana stale police to pick him who has been married five had been living in See Fantastic Robbery Attempt Thwarted 23 fantastic hank robbery plot was Unvaried loday by a police siege at the bank branch where Ihe manager was being The holdup man apparcyjt ly by his own What happened to a woman who helped him kidnap Herbert manager of the Cleveland Trust branch at West 93rd street and Loraln was not The couple had tak en Fox from his leaving behind i device they said was bomb that would destroy his family if he did not Fox freed herself from bonds and called who surrounded tho bank and posted men on the roofs of nearby Police sent tear gas shells zooming into the and Ihe holdup man let Fox and some other bank employes Then Police Chief Frank Story spoke over n public address sys telling the man to come out or we will come in shooting and destroy You have 10 When six policemen rushed inlo Ihe building they found Iho man dead on the with 12 caliber revolver beside Bank employe Joseph Noffzl was wounded seriously in Iho shoollng when a bullet struck him under tho Police said Ihe man had a New York drivers license In Iho name of Terry and had a rental car slip in the sanio The man and a de scribed by Marilyn as a dirty blonde with straggly between 30 and came to the Fox home aboul 7 and ask ed lo use the They said they had had trouble wllh their Marilyn Afler Fox showed them Marilyn she heard a strug gle and went to Ihe See Page 12 ;

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