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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - September 25, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL cloud iness through Saturday with scattered thun dershowers no important temperature Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 I 12 1 3 76 80 84 88 82 85 87 Complete Weather Report on Market MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW regular motors gov ernments liquida tion nnd CHICAGO Lower general nearby months Oats Mixed light to 25 cents higher top S steers sales nesli gible no prices LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS 95 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Khrushchev Hopeful On Weekend Talks 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 Steel Negotiations Collapse Friday DEMONSTRATOR HAULED OFF BY POLICEPolice take a signcarrying picket in tow outside the Hotel Carlton in Pitts where Russian Premier Khrushchev was The demonstrator was one of several score pickets who paraded In front of the hotel protesting the Soviet leaders appearance at AP Wirephoto Gunman Wounds Ceylon Premier 25 Minister Solomon CT Prime appealed to all passion for this Bandaranaike was shot and critically wounded to day by a gunman attired in the yellow A state proclaimed robes of a Buddhist of emergency was as doctors fought for the 60yearold prime minis ters Three bullets were taken from the premiers A medical ed his liver and Four pints of blood were given Ceylon radio broadcast appeals for additional The shot in the knee by a sentry as he sought to es also was Bandaranaike forgave him and Current City Tax Rolls Are Million Higher Corsicanas recently com pleted 1959 tax roll shows an increase of over last years taxable property valua it was announced Friday by Miss Kate city tax as The 1959 roll shows a total of in taxable property to show com foolish Usually wellinformed sources asked about a motive for the mentioned strong re sentment which arisen socalled easternstyle physicians over a report on the uture of this style of medicine made by a Colombo plan ex Physicians attached to the overnment hospital in Colom the assassin elnin sd to be a fiercel the conflicts between eastern western style medi cine and this resentment ha spilled over into One newspaper here said the prime minister had been slated to make a report on the conflic The prime ful name is Solomon West Ridgwaj Dias con verted to Buddhism from Chris See Page 10 Fear 16 Dead On Alaska Trip Sept An airliner carrying 25 IR 16 persons crashed caugh fire Thursday night on an Aleu tian Island A search pilo SITE CHARGE HINTED BY MEDIATOR McDonald Backs Kennedy Plan Of Senate Inquiry NEW 25 gotiations to settle the 73day in the nations vital steel ndustry broke down We are going said David president of the steelworkers This farcical on since May has No Date Fixed No date was set for any re newal of the which began veeks before the strike began McDonald said the union vould resume talks with the steel industry when It received an honest offer worthy of con sideration by selfrespecting Federal Mediator Joseph Finnegan indicated that when the bargaining did resume H might be another Conference Planned Finnegan said he would con fer this weekend with Labor Secretary James Mitchell to look at the Conrad overall chief in French Walk Out On Algeria Speech against last years roll of Reeves Aleutian Airlines This years neal property piled into a mountainside able amount to the level on Great as compared to 24 miles northeast an increase of its destination at Adak Personal property rose from last year Navy pilot who sighted this year for an 40 minutes after the crease of reported the plane was City in special session Thursday but that the tail section seemed adopted the same tax rate Navy tug Apache reached 1959 as was in effect lost island with a ground party that being on the There was delay It had been estimated by reaching the crash scene over rugged The Coast Manager Morgan Works in dispatched the cutter preparation of the i960 from prior to the tax rolls DC4 pn route from An that total taxable ty would amount to Page 2 Dallas School In Appeals 25 only attorneys Dallas school board the judges were again today 1957 state board told the appeals aimed at stopping or state laws involved were school integration do not effective until to months after Dallas had This was one of the ordered by federal courts arguments as the board Dallas attorneys ed to seek a court ruling to state laws could not be conflict between federal rulings and state House Bill 55th A federal court and a the main antiinte Etate have disclaimed operates in other that have not desegre School officials we do not attempt to Texas watched the case we do say that it does not possible guidance for their in any wise on the Dal district confronted with a Todays hearing before order of the United States llth Court of Civil Appeals of said a school in effect an effort by the brief filed for todays to force a district court in las to accept jurisdiction schoolmen at the same hear the case on its sought to claim protection Court attendants said it a clause in state laws which be months before the any school district from court Arguments today if the district integrated dustry had suggest ed that the bargaining resume here Monday with a discussion of contract clauses proposed hj management to give the com panies greater control over reg Page 9 Budget Threat Spurring Action In Steel Strike 25 The Eisenhower administration had a new and urgent reason today for possible intervention in the 10week steel I it is not settled it wil unbalance the federal Budget Director Maurice StanF Thursday unveiled a new am higher estimate of federal spending for this 1960 fiscal It carries a 95 million dol lar a 25 million Increase over previous built on the assumption of prosper ity and rising tax Government revenues will suf fer Stans told f the mighty steel industry fails resume production in time to prevent a spreading industrial dropping and leclining If the strike is not settled in wo or three weeks or if there n no TaftHartley injunctions ire some other action to get man back to work the surplus would be rather quickly wiped he Chances of a quick settle ment of the strike remained un Negotiators have been meeting spasmodically in New York with no apparent There had been previous indi ations that early October would Page 9 Auditor Says Unit System Helps Limestone 25 Limestone County audi tor said today the countys tax Is plus 42 cents to ap ply on old and not as reported at the state county judges and commissioners con ventlon this The question arose In a dis cusslon of the unit system of pooling equipment for county building and maintenance to save Arlon Navarro County was quot ed as saying the Limestone County tax rate rose from 9 cents to after the county adopted the unit County Auditor Nail Leach said today that the tax rate now is per valuation 42 cents to pay off debts in curred before the counts changed to the unit dont know what we would have done if we hadnt changed to the unit Leach said He said that when the adopted the unit it hac more than three million dollars of time warrants and bonds He said hun dreds of miles of roads were See Page 9 Hawn To At 75 Charles Hawn of sioner Hawn will cut the member of the Texas opening this section will be the the fourlane accesscontroll pal speaker at a highway between Dallas and and opening ceremony for via Fair state 45 Highway and other centers at the the old Highway derpass near Floyd pas The celebration of the of the First Methodist opening of this will pronounce the in dollar accesscontrolled is being sponsored by the Corsicana High School varro County will provide special court and Navarro county guests in addition to highway commissioner will Commissioner Hawn will DeWitt Aus dress the Corsicana Rotary Stale highway engineer at noon divi Kenneth state highway engineer will preside and senior Paralytic highway engineer Jack assistant resident highway engineer Lester anc Shoots former county who were members of the court when In Past expanding highway program was inaugurated John HIGHWAY Page 9 25 Paralytic polio cases shot upward last week to the second highest 1959 weekly Judge reversed a twoweek downward trend The Public Health Service Allred ported that 326 paralytic cases last week pushed the 1959 total to or 267 more Suddenly the for the entire year At this time last year there federal dis been paralytic So far the highest 1959 judge and former Texas total of paralytic cases and attorney genera 330 in the week ended of a heart attack Thurs The total was down to 291 shortly after being admitted the 5 week and to 273 a the week ended presiding nt tho Surgeon General Loroy District Court for South ney said the preliminary complained of severe mates indicate there were pains Wednesday and was polio deaths this year at his notel by a physi July or 15 times the estimated 10 deaths in the returned to the bench 1958 hut interrupted a at which he was presiding The total polio death toll for 1958 Is now estimated to adjourned He went to his Later his been The health service cautioned that the death estimates Alemia o drove him to a He died 35 minutes after based on a 10 per cent See Page will he Saturday at Boy Loses Arm In First Christian Cor Page 9 Battles Sam 17yearold nogro of suffered the Plan of his right arm above the The how about 7 Friday of Texas has entered offi le is reported to have failed the fight to prevent dump tile rrar of a tractor pulling of radioactive waste mater Malkoutter on the Frank in the lidge farm on Route Will Wilson filed Tho injured youth was intervening brief with the to Memorial Hospital at Energy Commission where he underwent in iery and was His State of Texas is firm clition was termed good at opposed to any sea dis It was reported the boy in the Gulf until standing on tho rear of and positive proo tractor pulling the produced to show that such when his trousers became may he conductci tangled in a power absolute the brief lim to Southwest Welcomes f By The Associated heavy rains filled stock Welcome deluges fell in which were 3 of Southwest Texas for some farm 0 third straight the were Inundated but no highways suffered traffic Bureau reported Rains ranged up to 7 inches at Downtown Cotulla southwest of San were temporarily floodcd called for a went out of their bank uation of the unsettled that sent tornado the Cotulla but no resi areas underwent big v wailing in a part of the handle of Dumas in the Other heavy overnight took shelter Thurs ports in the Southwest when at least three torna included Del Rio Cotulla Los Uvalde Sabinal funnels were One funnel touched down Batesville Frio Town six miles southwest o and Dillv but rose again prompt The rains fell in an The other two clouds were where a severe drought in the same ed A rancher were no reports of Cotulla had begun spines from pears to feed heavy thunderstorm which c cattle because of a lack of through Amarillo Page 9 UNITED 25 The French delegation alked out of the general ssembly today in protest gainst remarks made by a Arabian delegate regard ng the Algerian Assembly President Victor Andres Belaunde of Peru in errupted Amhad head f the Saudi Arabian delegation vhen the French left the ssembly Belaunde xsked Shukairy to moderate his The Saudi Arabian delegate ad called President De Gaulles ffer of selfdetermination for Algeria a fraud and chaos ure and We know there are some loodthirsty colons colonists vho are ready to step up the maximum figure of President De said in refusing to accept De Gaulles See Page 9 irab Explains Curbs On Jews Arabia de UNITED 25 IVES TOAST TO SUCCESS OF lared today it bars Jews a measure of self Ahmad head of the UN attacked Wayne Morse DOre for proposing that the United Slates cease economic assistance to Saudi Arabia until restrictions against Jews are said Morses action amells of Israeli Saudia Arabia has barred Jews in the armed forces rom entering the On y nonJewish civilians go into the country to work for the Arabian American Oil a Palestinian Arab vho is now minister of state for JN affairs for Saudia addressed the UN He said When Zionism is when it ceases to identify world Jewry with when Israel nds its subversive activities in itates that have Jewish com munities and when Jewish im migration is it is thei and only that we are pro cured to reconsider our policy on this TOP COP TESTIFIES AT JUVENILE Yorks Police Commissioner Stephen testifies abou weapons taken from youths under 16 as he appeared before the Senate subcommittee investigating juvenile Deputy Police Commissioner Alexander Aldrich places weapons on table Steel Leader Suffers Stroke AfSer Surgery 25 Walter presi dent of the strikebound Steel suffered a stroke n Cape Cod Hospital Jt occurred a day nfler lie suffered an abdominal knife wound which Ed mund Dinis said was accidental ly Munford had under gone surgery several hours af ter I he Robert Steel medical Is a statement today saying Munford had suffered a cerebral He said his right arm is paralyzed and he having difficulty In OConnors statement said See Page 9 WOUNDS above SUFFERS president of the Stee was taken to Cape Cod Hospital in witr knife wounds in the abdomen District Attorney Edmund Din is He ordered an Investi AP Wirephoto in federal courthouse where elude studded conveyor hearing was going Exhibits in switchblade Sawcdoff shot stick wrapped with nnd a kitchen Controversy Marks Crime Probe End NEW 25 A senate subcommittee investi gating juvenile delinquency has ended its Iwodny hearings hero on n note of controversy as to whether potential slum dwellers should he discouraged from com ing to New York Kings County Judge Samuel appearing before tho subcommittee urged city officials to discourage mi grants from all parts of the country and the Caribbean un til the city has swept away its crimebreeding Loibowitz presented figures indicating that Puerto with only 7 per cent of the citys were involved in per cent of the citys juve nile delinquency cases in the first eight months of this Tho figures also Indicated that estimated to comprise 11 per rent of tho citys popula were reported to comprise per cent of tho cltywidc cases awaiting trial in the Brooklyn House of Jacob Javlts iRNY and Emanuol Collor argu ed against bettor 1 believe that ultimate we will integrate tho Chest Agencies Will Assist In Drive Parade Eight of the 11 Communlt Chest affiliated agencies at planning conference Frida pledged their organization co operation in putting on a bi street parade on 10 to focu attention on the 1959 fund cam paign conducted in behalf of th Sheriff Rufus Pevohouse ac copied the responsibility or ser ving as parade marshal as h has for so many parados in th Campaign Director Ray Con lin and Dick publicity informed the agency ropresontativos that tho parade is designed to show tho public tho activities of tho Chest sup ported agoncios and depict the services they rondor as a means informing Iho average tributlon is Eased Tensions Anticipated From Travels In 25 oviet Premier Nikita Khru hchev pledged today he will alk with President Eisenhow to the advantage of both ides in their weekend pri ate meeting starting Khrushchev and Secretary of late Christian Herter lajor antagonists of the cold in luncheon toasts o the success of the meeting t Camp David in the Maryland Herter Applauds Herter applauded Khrush hevs toast and expressed for he United States a hope that he weekend gathering will reate greater un erstanding and serve the cause f world I am glad to hear the seo etarys remarks and fully Khrushchev Khrushchev continued We will do all we can in iur talks with the President o the advantage of both sides and on our return we will trive to improve We know our people will ap prove our work They rcatly desire improvement of Talks To Newsmen Khrushchev in his remarks at luncheon was comments he had made to newsmen Just a short time bo In an interview at tha entrance of the Soviet embas sy he had said he believes ten sions between the United States and his own country will ba See Page 9 Pravda Employs Superlatives On Hikita Impact today pictured Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev ns going to the Camp David talks with the key to the hearts of the Am erican people In his As the Premiers American visit came to its peak with the talks with President Elsenhow the Soviet press could hard ly find strong enough words to describe the Soviet leaders Impact on the American Reporting on Pittsburgh May or Gallaghers presentation of the keys of the city to Khrush the Communist parly news paper It is not always given to every statesman to recent Certainly noth ing should be done about the lawful movements of atelyicltizcii what his con most for ench open the hearts and to light the agency was ask luast one float or ZOMS need them for the hard Sen NEW Pugo 10 Kach Chest cd to have at marching contingent in the pa and more If Right the Camp Fire Girls See Pnge 9 of the people fire of enthu siasm in their Khrushchev was not given the key to the hearts of Americans in America Pravda He brought it with him from The working people of America opened their hearts to him because they saw before them tho leader of R peaceloving coun a man supremely devoted to the cause of peace and con vinced of tho justice of his See Pnge 2 Red China May Reveal ABomb By ALTON NEW 25 Red China already could have her own Her leaders might make this stunning or stage nuclear 1 when China celebrates the lOtli an niversary of Communist It wouldnt surprise me if hina now could make a small number of crude says one famous scientist who played a leading role in creating Americas Its only an outside chance at best that China has done he and other scientists It depends partly upon how des perately China wanted bombs few yoars If Chinas loaders had docid it China is embarked on a tremendous program of training scientists ed fiva years weapons wore ago that major atomic factoi they wanted to they could have done HO despite difficulties end without much Russian the scientist By now they might have crude similar to that dropped on Nagasaki In All scientists surveyed stress a n d building using her scl sclentific once as a major for tho groiit leap Eight scientists with most having indirect knowledge about preferred not to be quot ed by name in their There is also lively specula tion whether China ancient inventor of rockets might seize upon the anniversary to launch a space vehicle Into Observers believe she could do It only with powerful Soviet col Such a feat would emphasize the tlos between the two Com munist and also help momentarily to tako Chinas hardworking millions off their daily efforts to leap The arrival in Pulping Mon day of a top Soviet scientist Dmitri director of Russias Institute for Nucleai stirred specula tions some big scientific couj might be As for the big qucs n Is not whether China will ke her own1 weapons but With Rod China over night becomes a vast new power not only In striking new fear in Laos and other but in the Knotty disarmament problems ire So also are the chances of even accidental atomic Thore are no real secrets about how to make Most of published the Information long Good was Chi nese scientists could figure out important undisclosed details To take years the bomb road five China would have needed a goo core of top sci entists in metallurgy and other She may well have lacked Or If she had she may have preferred to keep them working on more im mediate problems of building See RED Page 10   

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