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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - September 28, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER FORECAST Partly cloudy through Tuesday with scattered thunder showers this afternoon and tonight cooler tonight and Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 I 12 1 2 82 86 90 92 1 94 95 96 Complete Weather Report on Market Hemtof the Daily SunandSemiWdHy Morning li MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW 28 most changes corp orates CHICAGO higher wet following Hogs 25 cents lower top to 50 cents lower top LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Eisenhower Says Summit Conditions Are Met ft Khrushchev Reports Dark Spots On Trip PRESIDENT v GETS PRAISE BY PREMIER Asserts Forces Want To Keep Cold War Going By PRESTON GROVEB 28 ta Khrushchev told the Russian people on his return today from the United States he believes President Eisenhow er sincerely wants to liquidate the cold war and establish nor mal relations between our two The Soviet in a speech broadcast from the Moscow Sports could hardly say enough nice things about but reported dark spots about his He is scheduled to leave for Peiping Calls For Exposure Some angry faces were spot ted on his he He called for exposure and whip ping of forces which he de clared were working in the United States against easing international He lauded the President for his wisdom and courage in judging the I have no doubt that Presi dent Eisenhower would like to make efforts toward universal he I got the im pression that there are forces which do not work in the same direction as the I do not know how influential they for President is sup ported by majority ft Spring Moscow Trip The premier announced that Eisenhower will make his visit to Moscow some time in late See Page 4 Tree Formosa Opening Theme Party 28 W dent Liu ShaoChi opened Red Chinas 10th anniversary cele brations in Peiping today by declaring Formosa and the na tionalist offshore islands will be Radio Peiping said Liu spoke in the magnificient new assem bly hall of parliament before Communist delegations from all over the Mao party chair man and leader of Red made his first public appearance at celebration Mao was absent from the airport when Liu and others welcomed ar riving delegations Peiping said Liu and other Chinese leaders were given A stormy ovation from the Liu apparently set the theme for the birthday celebration with his declaration of determination to seize the Pesca dores and Quemoy and To this day the still occupies our territory of Taiwan liu This the Page 12 White House Calls In Steel Union Leaders GOOD NEIGHBOR POLICY their parents and a dogline up outside a Chevy home to greet and shake hnndi wife of the Soviet lifter a tour of a model dry clean ing made a visit to the sburban home of John a State Department It was her first visit to a suburban home and it brought out the AP Wire photo Texas Violence Toll Runs High By The Associated Press Violent deaths claimed at least 39 lives in Texas over the week Traffic mishaps accounted for 22 of the The conducted by the Associated beganat 6 Friday and continued through Sunday The toll was one of the heav iest in Texas for a nonholiday One of the auto crashes killed four persons while another claimed three The headon collision of two autos near Seminole Friday night killed Harlin Wayne and his of Denver and Joyce Ponder and her of A car overturned on a farm road 13 miles east of Killoen and killed three Hood sol They were identified as Istzan 26 Kenneth and Donald Another Hood was killed when See Page 4 Homer McNabb Is Elected To ASC Committee Homer 1910 West was named to the Na varro County ASC committee Monday morning replacing El mer Smith who retired re McNabb is the only new mem her of the Tho othei four were reelected for anothet They are George Ward Blooming chairman Richard vice chairman Jesse Pur first alternate and Hugh second al Each of the committecmen re tained was reelected to the post he held for the past The committee was selecte the annual county convention See Page 4 European Reaction Hopeful By COLIN FROST 28 UP European newspapers of all political colors united today in greeting the EisenhowerKhru exchanges as a step to ward easing tension and perhaps as a real contribution toward ending the cold Non Communist newspapers Hi the same time underlined that the Camp David talks ap parently produced little con They found this no great perhaps because I lie years have shown that East West negotiation always is slow to get First Communist comment in the came from LHuman organ of the French It said the communique the Iresident and Premier Khru shchev issued shows that a decisive change has occurred in relations between the United States and the Soviet j In the conservative I raiiy Mail forecast a summit conference this it is on his way back to Moscow wth something done to ease tension between East and comes a renewal of per haps weary But how much better that is than the grim Lord Beaverbrooks Daily Ex press said The decision to re open talks about Berlin is a positive The Laborite Daily Herald said The news is good so far as it East Germanys Communist radio called the Camp David meeting the successful begin ning of a new phase of negotia It added Everything makes us feel joyful and hope There was no immediate edi toral or official comment in West But sources close to city hall noted wilh satisfac tion the communiques state ment that the interests of all parties concerned in the settle ment of the Berlin issue should be This means that the West respect our wish to remain free and wont sell us down the one source West Berlin business circles concluded the Soviet throat to their city had been put on ice for the for a period of The independent Paris newspaper Combat thought Italys conservalive Corrier of Milan thought the mos significant fact was the post ponement of Eisenhowers visi to Moscow until next I suggested the postponemen showed Khrushchevs visit ha not changed the world siluatio and added The phrase of the communi que declaring that tho converse tions have been useful to clarif opinions cannot modify our sub stantially negative II Popolo of organ Italys governing Christian De mocrat said editorially Perhaps future history will b able to say that the end of th summer of 1959 signaled to th world the end of the cold On the basis of the corn munirjue all people ran hav reason for satisfaction an Eisenhowers eouiageou gesture in inviting Khrush cnev already may bo considoi eel a great II an indcpenden Rome called the com munlquc a first concrete ste on the road of hope and o See Page 13 28 resident Eisenhower today sked loaders of both sides in he steel strike to meet with im separately on Wednesday n an effort to end the 76day Id White House Press Secretary ames Hagerty said the lent called the meeting to rge both sides to resume free ollective bargaining with a iew to selllomenl of the dis uto in the interest of the na on Hagerty said Eisenhower has ersonally called in Roger chairman of the teel and David Me president the strik ig steelworknrs They were asked to pass the on to others on both sides attend the The industry representatives meet first at 9 EDT Vednesday and the union rep esentatives at Eisenhower declared mphatically that the steel trike must not He ailed the situalion inlolcrablc nd promised to use every in lence to end the Japanese Typhoon May Be Deadliest EAST COAST WARNED OF HURRICANE GRACIE PERIL See Page 4 Hehru Declares India To Fight liny Aggressor Minister Nehru warned Communist China to day that will meet any aggression and will fight it whore the necessity Nehru accused the Chinese of displaying an aggressive atti tude in recent border It is a dangerous 10 Nehru addressed a meeting of he committee thai guides In dominant Congress party He spoke after Ihe unanimous passage of a resolution regret ing Chinese abandonment oj Iho principles of peaceful co exislence and rcjccling Chinese border A number of speakers strong ly criticized Chinese and In dian Communists for their stand on the border Nehru speaking said It doe ones heart a little good to speak in defiant Of course it goes wilhou saying that if an insult is given us wo cannot tolorale If any aggression takes place we have to meet it and we will fight it where Ihe necessilv 28 hurricane emergency warning vas issued today for the coastal irea from to The Miami Veather said hurricane racie will crash into that area Now packing dangerous 105 nileanhour has icked up Flood tides five o seven feet above normal were oiling toward the costal area between Myrtle Beach and Georgetown in South People living in this area of coast were warned to evacuate immediately before wa ers cut off their escape The center of the storm is ex lecled to cross the coast of South Carolina in the Charles area about mid day Twisters Hit County Areas Rain Is Varied High which in at least two areas reached twister pro swept parts of Navarro county late Saturday afternoon and in some spots were ac companied by heavy In the Shiloh community neai a small twister hit Firemen And Police Reduced 28 IP The Galveslon police and fire departments will have to trim their staffs Thursday because the voters approved a pay in crease but turned thumbs down on a tax hike to bear the costs The police department wil trim 12 men from its staff nnc the fire department 10 men Officials of the fire departmen said the staff reduction ma force the closing of two fire The basic pay for both fire men and policemen ranges from to S325 a month also goes into effect The Miami Wealhcr Bureaus uilletin al 2 EST said this is an emergency opeat emergency rom Wilmington to Safety precautions should he itarted immediately and com ileted by early the sd isory Winds will increase gradually his afternoon on Ihe coast from Northeast Florida up lo Ihe Carolina Gale orce winds will reach the mam am early tonight Hurricane force winds of 74 an hour or greater extend d outward 100 miles in tho Northwest semicircle of the storm and 50 miles to the South Galo force winds of 40 an hour reached out 20 to the North and 125 miles to the The storm may intensify c Become more dangerous before it strikes the Wealhcr Bu rcau Weather Cooler In Panhandle Early Monday By The Associated Tress Cooler air spilled Inlo Ihe nrea and reportedly turned cotton farming damaged trailers upside blew a house off the blocks and partly lurned il and unroofed some small In Ihe area Ihree miles norlh of winds and lightning inflicted considerable damage to telephone poles and up rooted blew shingles ofl houses and loft a picture of scat tered Ireo limbs and snial The Purdon Telephone Com pany reported that lightning hi1 two spots in Its wire anc shatter two disrupting lelephone Two circuit wore still out Monday morning il was II was in Ihis area from Ihree to five miles north of Purdon Sec LOCAL 12 Charley Grimm To Boss Cubs 23 Bob Scheffing today resigned as manager of Ihe Chicago Cubs and Ihe clubs president Phil announced Charley Grimm would be Scheffings successor in This is the fourth time the 61yearold who has been serving as vice president of the has boon named Cub man I guess there is no more room in the revolving quipped Grimm who will retain his title of vice president Schef Panhandle Monday behind a cold fronl that was edging southward across the Prodawn temperatures ranged from 50 degrees S3 nt partly Brownsvil cloudy at Dalhart to Skies were Central and fering will remain with the East Texas and clear In the western portion of tho Temperatures Sunday after noon wore generally in the The highest maximum reported was 104 al Mineral Wells and the lowest was reported by both El Paso nnd The forcasls called for cooler weather in Northwest Texas spreading into North Central and Southwest Texas Scattered thunder showers were predicted for the eastern and central Sections of the midwest were raked for the second successive See Page 11 Tieman To Head City Employe Welfare Staff Charlie fire was elected president of the City Welfare Fund Association in balloting con ducted among all municipal em ployes He succeeds police in the Tieman won oul over Roy chief city Guy water supply sup was elected vice president over Raymond city Buck See Page 4 28 offi inl estimate that Japanese lied at Nagoya in Typhoon Vera vas made raising the jrim prospect thai the great ivcekend storm was the deadliesl hit Japan in modern If the estimate made by that industrial citys assembly is oorne tho number of dead or missing would approach exceeding the toll of the worst previous typhoon in Before the assemblys estimate made national police set the nations toll nt dead or missing including known Page 4 Algeria Rebels Ready To Talk Of CeaseFire 28 The Algerian rebel governmenl in exile today it is readj to discuss with France the politi cal and military condition of a ceasefire in The rebel declaration came in answer to French President Charles De Gaulles offer of self determination to The rebels said they were ready discuss wnvs and means to carn out determination foi the where a rcbelllor has raged for five The Algerians had consulted two other North African states Tunisia and ob tained independence from France in the last four position has been that any change of pence in Algeria shoulc ie Morocco regarded De Gaulles plan without enthusiasm On De Gaulle an lounccd plans for a referendurr n Algeria not later than foui after fighting died down The nine million Algerian Mos is will he asked to choose among full into ration with France and interim International observ ers will be invited to watch th Steel Head Dies Oi Stroke 28 prcsiden of the strikebound Stoe died today at Cape Coc Me was Munford suffered stroke a hospital on tin lay after he underwent nbdom nnl surgery for a knife wound Authorities said he suffered the wound accidentally while carry ng kitchen utensils in his sum nier home at Hospital authorities said there was no connection between tin stab wound and the brain strok termed n cerebral The hospital said death wni lue to complications following His family was the FBI Chief Demands Counferaffadr On Thugs Calls Youthful Crime Monster By ADAMS 28 UP teennge violence in New and other cities brought a demand from FBI Director Edgar Hoover today for a stern and allout counter attack against vicious young He called the problem of youthful crime a monster of frightening In an editorial in the October ssue of tlie FBI law enforce ment Hoover advocated the fingerprinting and public naming of youthful punks ho defy the Ho said par ents who inflict vicious off spring on their fellow men de ve to feel the sting of public indignalion and to face legal and financial responsibility for the criminal acts of their child i the FBI director said A valuable ally in the fight against the news media of the nation can afford further public service In focusing the spotlight of public opinion on those members of tlie judiciary In the face of the present persist in endangering tho public by unleashing young terrorists apprehended at great risk by law enforcement offic Hoover said tho general pub long indifferent to the prob lem of juvenile now stands appalled at the spectacle of rampaging teenage crimin headlines of and gang war fare toll the depredations of teenago he The black figures of crime statistics present an even more Hriloful In arrests of Juveniles under the age of IK increased 8 per while arrests of adults rose per not only Iho frequency of youth crimes bill the savagery of these offenses s mounting day by year by The problem of youthful not only In the densely populated metropolitan but in onch and every in the Violent rrimo sprees and Ihe bizarre os ffipados of young wily and hardened beyond theii firp tho imagination ol other young punks across the any escape from justice by youthful law breakers through woak court public indifference soft handed sentimentality senseless preference for tho See Page 4 D1JSS OF WOUND Ceylons Prime Ministei Solomon above died of bullnt wounds Infllctec by an assassin at his home In tho capital city of The assassin was clad in the robes of a Buddhist I AP Wire photo Ceylon Invokes New Stringent Security Rules 28 Iff government took new se curity measures today amid fear of religious strife stemming from the slaying of Prime Mlniste Solomon Bandnranniki by a Buddhist Body guards were assigned t all IS ministers nni sentries posted outside the The usual guard at th official residence of the new Prime Wijayanando was Sold See Page 12 Navy Unveils Cheap Rocket LOS UP new triplethreat wcapo that costs only Zun boon unveiled b tlie A little the Zunl car rics n secret warhead socon only to an atomic blast In de struclive its designer lold a news conference Sunda Tho Zinii is 110 inches inches In diameter nnd weigh It is nonnuclear unguldcd and designed for air loair and air to ground attar Tho Zuni was developed at th China Lalie Naval Ordnanc Tesl NO SOVIET THREAT NOW TO BERLIN Hagerty Rushes Statement Over German Status 28 resident Eisenhower oday that Nikita Khrushchev he had subtantially agreed m an early summit He Implied that during their amp David meeting Khrushchev lad declared there is no Soviet hreat to West In London Prime Minister Har ild Macmillan told a political ally that leaders of the big lowers will hold a summit con erence in the near Khru hchev said Sunday Geneva vould be a good Disliked Threats Eisenhower told a news con erence that so far as he was personally concerned his conver sation with Khrushchev have re moved objections to a summit His major objection had een an umvillinginess to go in o EastWest negltlations under Khrushchevs pistol ointed at West Berlins At one point he Indicated ho vas uncertain what future XJllcy on Western Berlin would potentially bad fumble de pending on its Impact on public opinion In West Berlin and West White House press Secretary James Hagerty rush d out a clarification immed ately after the Must Be It said any agreement reached with Russia concerning the elty must be acceptable to the peo ple of the including thoso most people ot West Berlin and the Federal Re public of To reporters the President him self had refused to reaffirm the standards and principles of policy on But Hagerty See Page 11 Ike Wants Quick Vacation Trip To Desert Area 28 UP President bat tling a said today ho wants to get away as soon as possible for five days in a desert Eisenhower told his news conference he has been battling a cold since he returned from his trip to Europe on Labor The subject of his health was brought up when a reporter noted that Eisenhower seemed to be speaking in a nasal voice Indicating that he had a The reporter asked how the President has borne up physic ally in the heavy schedule ho lias maintained during tho visit to this country of Soviet Pre mier Nlldta Elsenhower replied that ho borne up all But ho paid he had thn beginnings of a cold when ho returned from Eu Ho said ho always haa trouble with bad The President said he has been taking all the medicine the doctors have prescribed for See Page 12 HaveHots Help Urged 28 Prosidenl Eisenhower today alled for the creation of a bil on dollar International De velopment Association ox tend easy payment loans to un Jerdcvelopod Tho association would he a subsidiary of the World Eisenhower made his sug gestion in a biiof address of welcome to the governing boards of the tanU and the In ternational Monetary Fund opening their annual meeting Ho told the finance min isters of 68 nations In our no other mech anisrn can perform this task for the freo world as well ns th International As The Governor of the Bank and secretary of the Treasury Robert Andor s has formally proposed ere ating the a global lending It would help shift part of the increas ing burden of foreign aid to European and other Eisenhower told the dele gates the United States be lieves tho new agency should be closely Integrated with the World ly safe makes on and conservative loans il Is unable to provide soft loans to countries needing Soft Joans provide for easy payments nnd uro repayable at least in part in the currency of the Making tho association an affiliate of tho World Eisenhower would give as surance of a wise expenditure of its funds and close coordi nation with other international economic Tho President said he is aware that developments in the American economy can have significant effects on the well being of the rest of the ho wont our corioiny Inspito the in creasingly heavy impact of tilt interruption in steel produc Is in healthy Eisenhower citoii the recov cry of the United Suites from its 1958 recession and its movo ment into what ho called a new period of orderly nnd balanced growth Simultane he H number nf the European economies h a v t shown remarkable In the United Eisen hower recovery haa been accompanied by a relatively sta ble price level and at the mo a relatively balanced Those are signs of progress thai can bo made it a notion can achieve inflation free ho The President complimented the World Bank and Monetary Fund on the recent decision of their member nations to the capital resources ot the In Although both Institutions have made impressive records since they were conceived at the Brctton Woods conferenco in he Ihe new influ sion of capital should permit 1119111 to operate oven more ef ficiently In the speaking after El said it would be un blo price it the mo tortunntu if we did not help In these where oft en only a relatively small mar gin of capital is needed but cannot be provided under tho See Page 1   

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