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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - September 26, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL cloud iness through Sunday with widely scatter ed thundershowers no important tempera ture Thermometer Readings 9 10 11 I 12 I 1 I 2 SO 84 87 I 90 91 92 93 Complete Weather Eeport on Market tht Daily Mornin LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MARKETS AT A GLANCE Most Securities and Commodities Markets Aie Closed on AP TELEMATS PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Nikita Start Intensive Exploration AT mm Ceylon Premier Dies ExRed Is Successo EMERGENCY MAINTAINED ON ISLAND Bitter Conflict Over Medical Practices Blamed 26 Prime Minister Solomon Bandaranaike died today from an assassins bullets apparent victim of the struggle between Eastern and Western ways which swept him into power 3 12 years The fraillooking 60yearold champion of Asian neutralism succumbed almost on the eve of a visit to the United which only a few months ago he termed Asias best Covers Spectrum Wijayananda a 57yearold politician from Ban daranaikns was sworn in as the new prime Dahanayake in the past has ranged the political spectrum from revolutionary Red to con servative His most recent exploit was to force the resignation of Marx ist ministers of food and Indus tries from the Britisheducated Bandaranaike failed to survive a fivehour op eration to remove three bullets which pierced his spleen and Forgives Assassin Sir Oliver Goone one of Britains last re maining links with pro claimed a state of emergencq on the Island until the uncertain See Reich Miners March At Bonn In Coal Crisis West 26 tJP Thousands of miners and waving black flags through Bonn today demanding government action to cope with a mounting coal With the rich Ruhr giving up millions of tons of coal more than can be many pits face a shutdown and miners are losing their Union leaders said min ers were taking part in the the biggest the 10year history of this West German Precautions were taken both by the union and police to pre vent Communist agitators from stirring up The union named marshals to keep outsiders from butting No speeches were on the program Union Chairman Heinrich Gutermuth said the hopes of the Communists for a strike wit not be There will be no Many of the placards carried by the marchers demanded na tionalization of the The mine workers are complaining the government is not doing enough to dispose of the 17 mil lion tons of unsold cold piled up Hi None of the leaders of the See Page 3 Tibet Proposal Stirs UN Concern TRAGEDY IN THE wreckage of a French air liner si seen amid trees after it crashed and exploded in a pine forest near France killing 53 of the 65 The a crashed shortly after taking off from Bor deaux on a flight to AP Wirephoto via radio from Par is 10 Navy Airmen Saved From Sea Ubonrd the Guard cutte Top Federal Officials Study Steel Ten wet and weary Navy from me men were plucked Olympic Pioneer had from the tossing ocean the scene only mom nearly 12 hours after before and stood by as the lad ditched their were hauled from the sea latrol A massive rescue operation went like despite foul fog and the fliers 110 miles off the mouth of Columbia above were four Navy and Coast Guard their powerful searchlights cutting through a heavy overcast onto the drama enfolding be The crammed into a pair of welloutfitted rubber The cutter radioed Coast were pulled to Page 9 Three Vague Fizzle Killing CAPE Sept 26 Three of fP A wellknown land cas most reliable rockets has been charged with nto trouble on opposite a 29yearold negro of At Cape a Fred Moore said Fri intercontinental range that 40 missile crashed and exploded arrested and charged with launching Friday and a in the shooting of Floyd Cajun rocket veered off ruining an attempt to sheriff said he arrestec the first pictures of a Tuesday and releas him in A pre On Floridas West hearing is scheduled range safety officer an errant Bomarc guided funeral home director sale sile shortly after it was was shot in the ed in an attempt to intercept sheriff snid he did not drone The Bomarc whether there were wit fired from the Santa Rosa to the He said Center near Egliri Air went to the scene in response a telephone call from a wo The failure of all three in whose identity he did not day a surprise to missile All have been sheriff said Armstrong tested and are considered made no statement about the nations most shooting and he didnt know triggered the UNITED 26 A drive for a ullscale debate on Tibet stir red concern in the United Na ions today that EastWest ten sions will be tightened up Diplomats also feared the move will dredge up the whole question of Red Chinas repres entation in the UN The Assembly voted only a few days ago to shelve the Red China is sue for another Ireland and Malaya disclos ed Friday that they plan to call or a resolution charging Red Uhina with killing freedom in Tibet and demanding respect for fundamental human rights for the One delegate predicted that i soon as the request to put the Tibetan issue on the agen da hits the 21nation steering committee demands will arise that Red China be invited here to give her side of the The United States and other Western nations presumably would oppose any move to in vite Peiping as they have done when the Korean question was debated The move to bring in Tibet came after an appeal for UN help from the Dalai self exiled ruler of the Himalayan There will be opposition In the steering aaic Minister mover be ANTITRUST DRUG PROBE WOLVES BAM RECORDS 26 ff financial records of five arge banks and 20 of the larg st drug manufacturers have een subpoenaed by the Senate ntitrust an aide or the group said John an economist or the said the ecords are sought because they how various financial houses wn an appreciable share in wo or more competing drug Irelands Foreign Yank prime lind the but I think well get it See 3 Typhoon Vera Posing Worst Japan Threat an batterned don today for the biggest storm of the year as ty phoon Vera bore down on the industrial area of South Cen tral Fringes of the 500 mile dia meter storm already were sweep ing the Pacific Coast side o Japan with high winds an heavy The commander of fore es in Japan announced wind in the Toyko area were expect ed to exceed 50 miles per hou vith gusts up to 65 mph with the next 12 civilian and military per sonnel were advised to reserve stores of fooi and flashlight weathermen placed Ve ra 36S miles south southwest o South Central Honshu at 9 and said she wa moving at 21 miles per Veras center winds were a hurricane force of 161 miles pe The Kli peninsula area o South Central Honshu was de luged by more than six inche of Tokyos lowlying area were Rockefeller Is Indecided On His Candidacy Nelson Rockefeller of New York said today he is not et ready to make a decision on seeking the Republican pres dentlal In a brief news conference prior to driving on to Hanover watch a DartmouthHoly Cross football Rockefell er said he had not talked di rectly to anyone about New Hampshires presidential pri first in the next He said he didnt even dis uss it with New Hampshires Republican Wesley Pow ell whom he visited briefly at the State House prior to talk ng to There has been widespread speculation the New York gov ernor may have come here to See Page 3 Benson Notes Food Revolution Sept 26 of Agricultur Ezra Taft Benson said toda there is a revolution in Eu ropes food buying from th United In the cotton tobacco and othe farm raw materials made uj the bulk of Europes American Speaking at the opening o the International Cologne Fooi Benson said Europes in tercet in frozen tur fruits and other ready t cook foods Is growing He said Estes Kefauver chairman of the lonopoly plans ublic hearings later in this con ection as part of an overall icnate investigation into the igh costs of prescription drugs tarting Blair said records of drug ompany ownership had been ubpoeaned from three large York City Banks Chase Bankers Trust and Morgan Guaranty The amcs of two other large banks vill be Identified he The economist said similar ecords of ownership in large rug manufacturing companies See DRUG Page 9 Pinay Asserts French Finance Is Stable Again NEW 26 French Finance Minister An toine Pinay said today his try is in sound shape financial y and is ready to resume its In the The a former premiei of arrived hy plane en route to Washington for ses sions of the World Bank ant the International Monetary Func beginning The economic situation In France is We are a coun try surmounting its financia We are fulfilling al our commitments and we are participating to the extent o a full share in all aid being ex tended by the Western work to underdeveloped Pinay This is the first year Franc has not asked for Ou budget is The country is getting rid o the bad influence the toxi influence of Con fidence is being restored an France is ready to resume it place in the 3 6 Hurt In Collision Benson said the American ex hibit at the larges of any Am erican ability to supply thes products as well as the Stan dard raw The secretary stopped of on a 16day trade an goodwill tour of Eastern an Northern 26 Three persons died and six we injured Friday night in th headon collision of two auto 15 miles northwest of Killed were Wayne 2 and his o Denver City and Joyce Robin of Billy husban of the dead two Rob inson children and three Smit children are in Gaines Count Hospital ndependents leady To Join Purchase Suit ssociations of independent oil and gas men asked permission Saturday to join a fight against alleged refusal of several oil ompanies to purchase produc They asked to be allowed to ntervene in a plea filed earlier by three San Angelo oil produc ers to the They vant the oily and gas regulato body look into claimed re usal by purchasers to take oil moved through a pipeline they built at their own Byron and Henry Hoffman and Buchanan of San Angelo brought the original pe Joining Saturday were the West Central Texas Oil and Gas North Texas Oil and Gas East Texas Oil anhandle Producers and Roy alty Owners and the Tex as Independent Producers and Royalty Owners The associations In their pe to the commission sale they represented indivi nnd that the organlza lions are dedicated to aic See OIL Page 3 Kennedy Says Americans Are Too Soft LA 2 John Kennedy D said Friday night tha Americans have grown sof mentally and spiri ually and remain unsure of the The harsh fact of the Kennedy told a La Crosse Coun ty Democratic Party fund rals ing is that as a natio we face a tough task Kennedy said that Sovie Premier Nikita Khrushchev sure of the goals for Russia a Americans have suppresse their scale of he addei and their courage Is slowl eroding The speech climaxed a tou by Kennedy of Soulhwestcr Wisconsin during which he dls cussed farm problems an his partys record In Congrcs who concluded h hreeday junket evlden ly was sizing up his chances fo the 1960 presidential primary although he has not official announced his He was followed in the slal by Hubert Humphrey D who began a simila speaking lour with a breakfas meeting in Milwaukee 26 op government officials con erred today on the crisis caused y Ihe break off of negotiations n the 74day steel Secretary of Labor James litchell talked privately at the ibor department with Joseph director of the fed ral mediation and conciliation They had no immediate com icnt on the progress of their Indications how that they may recommend hat President Eisenhower in oke the TaftHartley law emer ency This would start proceedings See Page 8 Ihou Declares Socialism Is How Prevailing 26 tfl Com nunist Chinas Chou today the orces of socialism are prevail ng over those of eiping Radio Peiping said Chou was speak ng at a banquet given to dele gates of the Soviet Union and ather countries present for Com munist Chinas 10th anniversary The successful landing of the econd Soviet space rocket on comrade Khrush chevs visit to the United States and the new Soviet proposa or comprehensive disarmamen1 have greatly inspired the confi dence of the peaceloving coun and peoples in their strug gle for tho relaxation of inter national tension and for the pre servatlon of world Chou The present situation abroad i extremely favorable fo ihinas socialist The imperialist camp head ed by tho United States still per sists In the policy of aggression and war and refuses to give up Lhe cold howevei will only increase the difficul Lies of that camp and land i in greater No force whatever can turn back the general trend of worl affairs characterized by the rls ing of the East wind and th abating of the West China Visits Planned Sept 26 Minister Suban drio will make a twoweek trl to Japan and Red China earl in he said His talks in Peiping will cov er the IndianChinese bordc dispute and the possibility o Indonesias and In doneslan legislation banning a alien retail Includln from rural Discussions In Japan wi range over Japanese coopera tion in exploiting Indonesia oil and forest Talks To Extend To Sunday Noon In Secluded Spot Sept 6 President Eisenhower nd Premier Nikita hcv today had a Inten exploratory discussion ot he Berlin dispute and problems f They also dis ussecl White House Press Secretary ames Hagerty described tha one of the meeting as Talk Privately Eisenhower and his Soviet Isitor also spent more than wo hours alone with an inter reter in private iresumably covering a largo umber of topics not immedit tely made known to their ad Their talks are scheduled to ange over a wide range oC ritical cold war issues during a weekend conference at Camp Eisenhowers Catoc in mountain Visit Bowling Alley In the course of the private alks the two leaders left tha un room of Aspen vis ted the bowling alley in the camp recreation center and valked about the grounds for about a mile and a Khrushchev had asked to sea a bowling and Eisen hower watched while a navy Yeoman 2nd Class See Page 3 Typical Home Intriguing To Premiers came out to children and dogs jammed tha yard today as Nina Khru shchev visited the first subur ban home she has seen in Am It was an unexpected stop at the home oC John an officer of the State Depart ments Soviet Affairs Division who has been on the Khrush chev The home Is located In Chevy Causes Kxcltemont This suburban Maryland com just outside Washing quickly was caught up with an air of She went there aftervisiting a dryclean ing plant in Sliver an other Maryland suburb ot The visit to the Armitage home as perhaps the first chance for a quiet look at typi cal American living for Khrushchev and her who revealed she Is a home Knjoy Looking They obviously enjoyed look ing over the twobath white brick which tho Armltages said wes ill tho 000 to It has a typical Armitage attractive See Page S Bee ivl iagc o i uv Crimes Of Violence Flare In Many Parts Of United States NEW 26 G5 Underworld kingpin Anthony Little Augie Pisano and a married beauty queen were shot to death Friday night in a flashy black Cadillac in a quietly substantial Queens the pudgy prohibition era henchman of Al Capone and longtime buddy of Frank Costel and Janice who was married to comedian Allan were shot from the rear of the gangsters swanky In as Janice she won a Palisades Park beau ty The apparently moving at the veered onto a curb in the Jackson Heights section of Queens about Horn La Guardia half mile Neighbors told police they saw two men flee from the car after they heard No weapon was Carfano was shot twice in the back of the head and once in his left d Beauty CHILD 26 aDout effort to track the mother of a she had dated Nelson a sex deviate was under old was shot before his here today after the grue the back of her neck and in who had discovery of the right at the Lotus Club body of a little short and with singer childs its throat wore a dark blue silk was notified of was found Friday near pockets were stuffed with death and was en busy highway at the south who was New of the Chehalis The with another murder surmised that the clad in a nightie and years wore a smart hid in the back of shoe The other shoe was cocktail dress and a mink while Carfano Police said there were blonde were having autopsy showed she had the two had been seen the Travelers Hotel near criminally then at a hotel near La Her assailant slash Police said two weapons said Carfano and her throat as she lay used and had been friends identification still had Carfanos and that the dinner been made this pockets bulged with not imply any Police 50and 100dolIar bills and expressed belief Otto Rucker said there was in smaller He was had been killed as a douht the girl was Sherry ed from his auto of some underworld who lived at that Drake had vanished from her 102nd Forest simply because she home Thursday was identified from labels The gunmen last seen she was wear her In she wanted to prevent only shoes and a questioned in connection identifying said Sherrys the slaying of playboy mysterious Jerry a manufacturer Nat the case soon after hysterical and had not view was released after she told Page the The father waa be TEENAGE ROWDIES BUSY 26 the roof and paneling of the to be stationed with the Army in a told Rucker she returned home at 3 Friday and found her back door a 14yearold babysitter asleep in the front room and two of her three child ren asleep in their Sher ry was who is heading the has called a meet ing today of all available law men in this southwest Washing ton area to concentrate efforts in finding the girls Officers spent the night scour Ing the area where the body was Authorities would not say whether they had any definite WACO YOLTH KILLED WACO Two boys died Friday night when their motor cycle was struck by an auto near 14 miles southeast of They were George Boehn and Charles both of The driver of the auto escaped Teenage violence and rowdyism flared in two separate Incidents late Four young toughs shot an elderly man In the chest while trying to snatch his wifes purse on the West The victim was James of suburban Forest He was reported in fair condition at a Police collared the youths all negroes minutes One of the four was carrying a purse belonging to Gallaghers Authorities said the quartet admitted tho They were held without charge for In the second on the South a giddy group of 70 boys and girls vented their enthusiasm over a high school football game by doing an esti mated damage to a Chi cago Transit Authority Police said the brawling pack boarded the bus and slashed smash ed windows and badly dented Authorities held one student and sought two other who they Instigated the Screams Ignored 26 A 15yearold Cleveland boy was hospitalized with a fractured jaw he said he got when ac osted by a group of jostling negro teenagers after a football game Friday The Robert and two 15yearold companions are Tanner told police two groups of negroes accosted him and his friends on the East Side after the John AdamsCleveland South His John Burko lc and Jeff were rough ed NEW 26 Mrs Betty Koffcr was con ducting her fourth grade class See Page 3 NEW 26 UP The body of a apparent ly slain by a sex was found arnid trampled weeds in a Queens vacant lot today She was identified by her 25 yearold son as Paula of the Glendale section of Her home was at 8910 75th said the had told them early today his mother had failed to come The son was notified and he identified the body after it was discovered In a lot by an early morning The lot is at Fresh Pond Road and 59th two miles or morn from Mlchaelis home The womans body was found lying face her head battered and hnr clothing torn and dis Detectives bitterly criticized residents of the area who said thry had heard screams but paid no The womans an office worker In told police his mother was employed a bakery In She usually left their homo about 4 She took a Metro politan avenue bus and changed to a Fresh Pond Her body was found near the place where she changed police found a bloodstained about the size of a soft Residents of tho area said that after hearing the screams they heard screeching GIRL IS SAN ANTONIO daughter of a Lackland Air ForceBase died early Saturday In a auto wreck near Medina She was thrown from the nuto when it rolled over after leaving Park Road 37 north of the Robert of WHS reported a fair Three other oc cupants were less seriously   

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