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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - September 24, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHER LOCAL cloud iness with scattered thundershowers through Friday no important temperature Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 j 12 1 8 76 78 82 86 88 89 Weather Report on Market LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er rally govern ments trading CHICAGO mixed light higher scattered slow Hogs Steady to 25 cents lower top Cattle Slaughter steers weak to 50 cents lower top 94 SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENTS HOSTAGES JUMP TO women held by a redheaded gunman during an attempted jump to safety through the shattered glass of the Cleveland Trust branch office in The gunman released the branch manager and several other employes without harming The gunman was found dead on the floor when police final ly rushed the AP Wirephoto UAR ENVOY SAYS ISRAEL LAND STOLEN Mier Calls Discrimination UN Challenge UNITED 24 Israel declared oday shipping restrictions in he Suez Canal by the United Uab Republic constitute an irroganl breach of international ights which cannot be Steel Head Wounded the 82nation assembly 24 president of the strikebound Steel wounded himself accident ally while handling a Edmund Dinia reported The 59yearold Munford was taken from his Chatham Sum mer Home to Cape Cod hospi tal in serious condition yester He had been wounded in the abdomen with a kitchen par ing I am satisfied that there Is no criminal aspect to this case Dinis said after an He said all evidence indicated the wound was not intentional ly The he appar ently occurred while Munford was in the Kitchen jmttVrig away kitchen He said Munford told him the kitchen floor was made of highly waxed He quoted Munford as saying there is a difficult step leading into the kitchen near the spot where the accident oc No one knows how the acci dent Dinis No one was present at the Dinis said Munfords wife found him standing up appar ently not aware that he didnt realize what had See Page 7 Life Expectancy Gains Forecast United States will have population in 1375 of 210 to 230 million and a child born then in this coun try may have a life expectancy of 80 This was foreseen in a talk by John Philadel phias director of Public Health to the North Carolina Academy of Preventive Medi The millions of babies born during the last decade will be come marriageable during the he producing an additional spurt in the number of Public health meas improved nutrition and other beneficial factors will increase he Weapons Controls Urged NEW A Senate subcommittee has been told that federal action is needed in several nar cotics and weapons control among the drive to curb juvenile The committee headed by Hennings con B on tha problem v lich marks the start of a series of hearings across the conducting the hear ing alone heard Nelson Mayor Robert Police Commissioner Stephen Kennedy and other local officials describe the need for federal aid and ac Rockefeller was one of sever al witnesses who called for StateCounty Tax Roll Shows Total The Navarro statecounty tax roll for 1959 shows a increase over last Ethel county tax assessor collector announced Immediately following com pilation of the Still announced that it stood at Last years total was Tax statements will be mail ed out next she The commissioners court met briefly in special session Thurs day morning and approved the tax Still announced that she would take the roll to the state comptrollers office at Austin for approval In its only other the Court approved the bond of Jack Blooming a public weigher for Justice Pre cinct The amount of the bond was Higher tighter federal control of the narcotics traffic and interstate traffic in In a fivepoint program he also urged hat federal lands be made available to states for work camps for young delin and that federal grants be made to public groups for research into the de linquency Regional facilities throughout the country for treatment of dope addicts were also proposed by Hennings also saw a demon stration by the police commis sioner of the weapons taken re cently from gang all under The arsenal Included a stud ded switchblade See NEW Page 7 Truman Blasts Steel Inaction 24 UP Former President Harry S Truman said Wednesday nigh that he settled a steel strike during his He charged that President Eisen hower has been guilty of in action in the current I didnt sit down wai for somebody to come along anc find out what was anc let the country go to said I settled the Truman told guests at a Dem ocratic party fundraising din ner the settlement he arranged was for moderate wage in But he said price con trols had been killed over his protest and the steel industi promptly raised its prices a Then Truman added If the the steel companies would raisi the steel workers by a dollar an hour it would never ret turn to the people what thoyv Khrushchev Bouncy At Pittsburgh ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Attack Arab Suez Canal Curbs Protest Strong Foreign Minister Golda Melr general Israel desires from this plat orm to make it clear that she s not prepared to accept a situ tion in which she is singled ut for Illegal Moreover we believe that the United Nations itself cannot acctpt this Meir called the UAR re trictions on Israeli shipping a challenge that involves the moral authority of the UN and the rights of all marl Stand Arrogant We hope that the attitude of the society of nations ex iressed in this she will lead the United Arab Re public to put an end to a arrogant continuing breach of internationally guaranteed The United Nations cannot compromise on It cannot in one instance use all collective pressure and See Page Moon Rocket Explodes On Pad No Break In Steel Stalemate SUPERINTERCEPTOR PLANE ABANDONED BY AIR FORCE 24 The Air Force has abandoned plans to develop a superinter ceptor plane that would fly three times the speed of sound and carry atomic warhead rock The action was viewed as a major step in replacing manned aircraftwith guided missiles as the chief weapons of modern In announcing the cancella tion of plans for the F108 inter Secretary of Defense Neil McElroy said It is not necessary to go beyond the present generation of intercep That leaves two other jet the F106 and the in Warren Says Federal Courts IE Years Behind 24 ffi district courts are so far behind in their work it would lake them 16 the way things going just o clean up the Chief Justice Earl Warren said to Such he told the Fed eral Bar in a prepared are bad for everybody concerned and besides bring to the enlire legal profession a loss of public re spect and The association is a nalional organization of members of the federal judiciary and of lawyers who are or have been employed by the federal govern II is certain now that the federal judiciary will simply be unable to keep with the forward strides in the economic and social growth of r wilh Ihe aecelera lion and complexity of scientific long ns it lacks an adequate number of and as long ns lacks simplified procedures nnd substantially improved he Thn cases pending in Federa district courts today number more than chief jus lice he fed See Page 2 DeGaulle Wants Leading Role9 24 fP President Charles De 3aulle said today France must ilay a leading role in EastWest In an apparent reference to EasiWest summit Gaulle said France must exercise an eminent role in he great confrontation of peo iles which is bound to occur sooner or He warned that the outcome of such a meeting could he said France has influences and actions everywhere and that he personally felt peace would He said the journey you all The reasons boiled down to his The F108 program would cost a great deal of per laps as much as eight billion to get even a few squa drons into The defense planners can better be used in do veloping ballistic missiles and antiaircraft The F10S was designed to cover miles in half an hour to intercept enemy op erating at feet and carry ng targetseeking atomic mis About 150 million dollars al ready has been spent on the F108 but It wont be a total While North American Avia lost the F108 it still has a contract for devel of a supersonic the See Page 7 Housing Interest Up Ike Signs Bill Eisenhower signed the thirdtry housing bill Wed nesday and the FHA boosted the interest rate ceiling on its home Insured mortgages to 5 34 per Both designed to keep the housing industry booming had been The billion dollar housing measure author izes many governmentbacked housing programs which are out of The FHA interest rate ceiling has been 5 14 per At thai housing credit has be come scarcer because olher in terest rates have risen sharply and investors could find outlets for their funds which bring a jnore attractive For home the change will mean an actual rate of 6 14 per because FHA adds onehalf of 1 per cent to the in terest charge to cover the mort gage insurance premium and administrative Home should be able to get mortgage loans more but will have to pay more on their monthly Eiesnhower had vetoed two earlier housing measures as inflationary and loo He signed the third one without the President culminat ed perhaps the biggest running battle he had with the Demo craticcontrolled Congress in the last In the Eisenhower suc ceeded in forcing modifications of the two earlier How he had to take some things he didnt wanl such as addllion al lowrent public housing sta The who tried un successfully in the Senate to override both had to set tle for only onethird of the money they originally wanted made available for The Democrats made three changes from the second bill to win an agreement from the White House that the third bill would be But they fashioned the third measure in such a way as to try and make sure that new housing legislation would be needed in a national elec tion Administration housing offi on the other let it be known they would like no bill next or at the most a minimum measure to keep a few wellestablished programs These are the major provis ions in the bill Urban renewal or slum clear ance granls lo mil lion 350 million Ihe first year and 300 million the second This was a change from the second measure which made 650 million available all at Insurance authority for FHA home billion dol lars of new available This also vas a change the second bill authorl ized the same amount but con tained a cutoff date of about 5 of the 8 billion will be needed to han dle letters of intent to insure already issued by FHA the new law bans these in the Public Housing new College Dormitory Loans 250 million Loans for homes for the el million dollars aulh bul an appropriation is Cooperative mil lion dollars for buying of mort gages by the Federal National Mortgage FHA down payments Per mission granted lo lower these so for the down payment would be on an house instead of as Maximum amount of FHAin sured mortgage on a singlefam ily homeraised from FHA home loan Improvement program one year to Military housing program Extended two years to Interest from 4 12 to 5 14 per cent on FHA apartment insurance program and managementtype cooper ative and from 5 to 5 34 per cent on salestype co Besides the changes on urban renewal and FHA insurance au the bill eliminates a 50 million dollar college classroom loan program to which Eisen hower objected Items retained in the bill See Page 7 know Premier Khrushchevs could bring political solutions to the mat questions of the The President made the slale ments in address on a lour of industrial regions in Northern Algeria Rebels Seeking Support 21 Al gerias nationalist rebel leaders today sought Moroccan backing for heir answer1 to French Pres ident Charles de Gaulles Intnst Algerian A delegate of the selfstyled Algerian gov ernment in exile flow to the Moroccan capital with the copy of a reply to Dn Gnulle which most probably already been approved by President Habil Bourguiba of 24 tak ing their cue from Secretary of Labor James main tained tightlipped silence to day on the timing of possible government intervention in the steel after a long huddle Wednesday President Ei of Defense would be given Enrollment In Schools Gains Total enrollment in CorsicaiO public schools now is Joe director of announced This figure is of i expected to increase as Ihe school year Largest enrollment in a single grade is found in the where there are 429 But other grades in the 400 bracket are 416 414 and fifth and bolh Enrollment in other grades is as follows 396 fourth 381 348 311 316 301 twellh ISO and special Cuban Desires Aid UNITED Foreign Minister Raul Roa said today Cuba still wanls the United States to grant Latin America 30 billion dollars in financial aid over he 10 In a speech before the IN General Roa recalled Prime Minister Fidel Castros demand at the InlerAmericnn Economic Meeting in Buenos Aires last January thai Ihe United States provide he funds to fight In Latin HP didnt get Roa said the demand v he senhower and other top level told newsmen he would not predict what if the government might or when it might be Despite the silence of govern ment inform ed sources continued to pre dict federal action if Ihe strike conlinues much longer In Ihe face of the Presidents new appeal for intensive col leclive It and when the government decides to move tho first step might be an allocation sys tem for parceling out the dwind ling supplies requirements high The next If Ihere sllll Is no strike probab ly would bo invoking Ihe Taft Hartley Under the injunc tion provision of the the government could seek court order calling off the strike foi 80 days while a board studied e Page 7 Stans Differs With Congress Over Spending Budget Director Maurice H Slans and the congressional rec ord are about three billion dol lars apart on their otals of what Congress did to President Elsenhowers Depending on where youre punching your lidding machine NORMAL LITTLE and Patricia the exSiamese who were separated at the Childrons Hos pital nearly two years returned to for a physical checkup and a birthday At the infant girls were joined at the and when they were nine old they were successfully separated by a team of fourteen pediatric The daughters of and John RchaU ot Long soon will be two years AP Wirephoto Congress cither Approved foi thn fiscal year 597 mil lion dollars over the Presidents budget recommendations Ibis is the Slans or Reduced the Presidents appropriation requests byahou 2 12 billion This is the con gressional record figure hackee by Why thn disagrnonicnl Stans told Eisenhower contra dictory statements on the of feet of congressional action on the oflen occur because such analyses are not developer on Imses which nio truly corn pa used a net figure when he told Eisenhower that Congress had spending 597 mil lion dollars over budgel re In figuring the Stans in eluded not only auth orized by Congress but also White House requests for add tional revenue which Congress did not Pago 7 CAPE 24 AtlasAble roc tet being readied for a hot at the moon exploded on ts pad during a test of its en ines Flames spurted from the base of the towering rocket as the countdown reached zero in the static engine Suddenly the iiissile erupted in a flash of A mass of boiling flames and lack smoke engulfed the Hunching pad for more than a Clouds of smoke hover ed over the area for several min None of the approximately 10 members of the test crew in the blockhouse 50 yards away was The Air Force issued this statement shortly after the ex plosion An AtlasAble missile explod ed on the launch pad this morn ng during a static test at the Atlantic missile The mis sile was being prepared for a space probe early next No personnel were The See Page 12 o Heavy Rains Strike Uvalde For Second Day By Thn Associated Press Rains of almost cloudburst proportions deluged a south west Texas area north of Uval de for thf seconil straight day Tho Montell 22 miles northwest of reported inches of rain by Thurs day Early a ranch re gion 12 miles north of Uvalde neasured downpour of There were no reports of damage from the Uvalde though cotton suffered some damage south of The rains are part of a nndmlss pattern that has at fectecl all sections of Austin caught a fall from a thunderstorm Wedncs day Low water crossings were blocked and wa tor filled but the rain ran off Six golfers a pitchnputl Sen Page 9 Teamsters Get Affidavit Forms Sept President James Hoffahaf asked all officials of tho Team sters Union to turn in sworn statements that they are not in violation of the new labor hau ngninst exconvicts holding union Teams headquarters said today letters to nil officers and pnid workers in the Interna tional Union went out 2 with instructions to have the affidavits back in Hoffas bunds by Thats thn deadline given by Secretary of Labor James Mitchell fora report on how the Teamsters Union slacks up under Ihe new MORE TRADE WITH RUSSIA BIG THEME Gives His Watch For Cheap Cigar In Worker Swap 21 Nikita Khrushchev today blamed the United States for ontinuing the cold The political cold is coming rom and not from he old a civic luncheon Like Better Winds We are not afraid of the old but we would like mora favorable winds to blow in the This speech was Khrush hevs last formal talk before ie settles down to the serious work for which he Ho was to fly back to Washington ate today to begin a series o meetings with President Eisen lower on ways to lessen world Khrushchev got a big hand rom his steelminded Pitts burgh audience today when ho said How happy would all the peoples of the world be if nil tha steel smelted in America And in the Soviet Union would be used solely for peaceful pur Uses Interpreter As he has occasionally in tho Khrushchev turned his speech over to an He began reading his speech In the usual with a few sentences in Russian and then a wait for the But ho shortly turned tho chore See Pago 9 Reporter Finds Nikita Employs Familiar Script By STERLING SLAPPEY Sept 24 The amazing Nikita Khrushchev both front man and boy of tho Soviet is fol lowing tho same script he used three years ago when he last took a good look at tho West ern The great difference between the routine in thn United Stales and the 10day grand tour of Britain in is that he left straight man Nikolai Bulganiu somewhere behind and in obli vion Bulganin was tho formal premier but Khrushchev was then the This correspondent accompan ied Khrushchev throughout the British tour and tho similarities with his American tour are Khrushchev told tho British In Birmingham that cruisers were so far out of date hed ho glad to give them a In California three days ago he said the Soviet Union was scrap ping In the House of Commons Khrushchev got Into a nasty ar gument with Ancurin George Brown and other British See Page 2 Citizens Vary On Tour Value By Thn An Associated Press sampling of ninn1 thestroci opinion across the nation indicates many think thai Niki Khrushchevs visit should produce betterrelations he ween he United and But opinion Is far from Many say no good will come of the Russian lead s olhers feel its too early There was little disagreement on thn man Khrushchev him Most of those questioned him up ns a dedicated Communist who in interested only in what Is good for his A few considered him over Thn wore to ques lions asked by Associated Press in cities across the John Milton clmirmni of tho music department at Harvard snid I think his visit Is a good thiiiK because he is seeing the coun ry I fee his visit here cant fail to give him a fenl ng of the size of the the temper of its spite of tho entourage thut surrounds 1 think we have found him to bo very much what we though he was A very shrewdjples of the what he snys and I dont think hes very Its mostly propaganda designed for other countries and undeveloped pco man who knows what he in exporter Edmond Gite said did not foresee improved internallonal relations because you are not going lo change Hes n prelly smark I think thn officials dealing with him and the press ought lo pin him down when ho pulls a storm on embarrassing ques Gue If it makes him let it make him He oughl lo bfj pinned down on his In TV producer Walter Kolley suid I think Khrushchevs visit should help even though bolehed by Ihe state dc parlment and local Khrushchev is a shrewd You doul slay alive in Ihe Soviet Union IE youre He a fool of thn Los Angeles mayor Norris Poutson 1 dont believe too much of Kenneth man ager of an Atlanta shipping He said ho believed improved relations would result and that ho hoped Khrushchevs seeing our coun try nnd meeting people will make him realize wo do not McCumber thought Khrush chev a good politi cian and ambassador who will bear In New York an export firm execu mild I Ihlng its much better to talk peace than to talk I dont Ihink we have accom plished very much but Im As for Khrushchev him I think hes better than hut hes tied with tha same I mean for lha hes better than Sla but rnuyhe hes worse for Everyone knew Stalin was See Page 7
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