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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - August 18, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHER WEATHER cloudy through Wednesday possible thundershow Thermometer Readings 9 10 11 12 1 S I 92 I 94 I 97 I 97 I 97 Complete Report on KarkM the Daily Sun and Morning LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er decline gov ernments spot house CHICAGO late li light Oats Mixed light to 75 cents lower top CattleSlaughter steers steady to 25 cents lower top AP TELEMATS 62 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS EMHOUSE HEARINC POSTPONED August 28 Set For Action On Disannexation The Navarro county school board postponed a Tuesday morning hearing until 28 at 9 on a petition presented to the board which had been signed by 28 property owners in the former Emhouse school The property owners are ask ing the board to disjoin square miles of the Blooming Grove school district so they may be annexed by the Corsi cana Independent School dis This amount of land was in cluded in the Emhouse school district last year but it was consolidated with the Blooming Slam Wide Area 16 Dead Steel Facts Due To Public Grove School in a recent elec Bonnie McNabta present ed the petition to the school board Tuesday at 10 in the county Want Corsicana She said she was a repre senlalive of a group of citizens who want to enter into the Cor sicana school She also I want to enter my children for the benefit of a betler It is easier for my children to get to Corsicana school than at Blooming McNabb pointed out that she lived in the Emhouse school district 12 years and had two ages eight and who would be in school this m She said she was thinking for her children and other in presenting Ihe I The Blooming Grove school district is composed of some square miles of A petition can legally be call ed to disjoin a portion of land if it contains less than 10 per cent of the districts lawyer who la represenling some few people at Blooming said Ihis is belween nine and len per cent of the land in the A petition was read from the Cordcana school district stating that the district was in favor ui f of accepting and annexing the Mitchell land Represents BG member of the county school board from Ker made the motion to post pone for a week or ten day in which to study the petition more carefully and give the defense time in which to prepare for the Frost board seconded Ihe Several in the audience made 0 remarks aboul Ihe They included McCor president of the Blooming Grove Grady superintendenl of Bloom ing Grove Schools Charlie Wat George James Fortson and Members of the Counly school board include Corsicana Ker ens Frost Clarence Ma Rice Daw and Carl Bishop Gorman Main Speaker Building Rites Bishop Thomas Gorman of the DallasFort Worth Diocese will be the speaker here Sun day al 4 when Ihe new wing to the Immacu late Conceplion Parochial School is The school was provided for under the provisions of the will of the late James oil man and philan Plans for Ihe dedicalion for the addition to the school were revealed Tuesday by John pastor of the Church of the Immaculale Con Dana superintendent i of the Corsicana school system will appear on Ihe one of Ihe executors under the Collins will in troduce the Wheelock of Corsicana and Bill Collins of Corpus other along wilh Ihe Corsi cana school board and the clergy in the DallasFort Worth Catholic Diocese have been in vited lo attend the Others expecled will include Mayor Reading of Corsi cana and olher civic leaders Archilecls Harper and Dallas and J Loses Flog SAN Eleven Marines paid a stripe apiece Monday for slealing Ihe generals flag from the Marine j Corps recruit Each was reduced one rank k The Marines include one corpor al and his Marine bride of one The flag was found un der the rug in the couples The flag of Randolph Marine Corps command 18 President Eisenhower and Sec retary of Labor James Mitchell decided today to make public basic facts behind the steel strike In hopes of spurring up negotiations and a settle The information gathered by Mitchell as Eisenhowers per sonal fact will be made public for Thursday newspapers Mitchell said they will cover prof its and a few related The secretary told a news conference the information cov ers a major part but not all of the facts he has been assembling from industrial and government No Recommendations Mitchell said the report will be a factual one with no recom mendations for He said he made no action proposals this morning in a 45 minute conference with Eisen He told questioners the pro jected release of facts is not intended as We hope as a result of these back ground statistics that the parties will bargain a little harder and reach a Asked whether he Interprets this as increased pressure on industry and Mitchel said he wouldnt interpret it al Schools Deny Claims Of Unrest LITTLE 18 B School officials deny a egregalionisls claim of unrest nd fighting between white upils and a negro at integraled lenlral Highl They said jeace reigns al Cenlral and at the other integrated high Jefferson 16yearold enior and the lone negro al also denied being in any Bul he said he was eered and hooted at by a small group of white pupils as he left school It was the first uch incident reported al Ihe which has white He said he hopes the facts will clarify some of the issues and inform the public on them The session with Mitchell was the major business item on a Us of engagements which brough Eisenhower back to the White House for a oneday break in his workrest holiday at hi farm Eisenhower had planned ti make the trip by helicopter bu rain at Gettysburg changed hi Comming by automobile he arrived at 9r06 EDTj only minutes ahead of his dat Later in the day he had an appointment with New York Nelson H planned to go back to Gettys burg shortly after Being Printed Mitchell said the voluminou data on the steel now in its sixth are in th See Page 2 Breakthrough HBoxnb Hears 18 possible breakthrough i the search for a way to harnes an Hbomb reaction for peace ful purposes has been report ed by the Naval Research Lab W who describ ed the work was cau tious in appraising it but said i was a step The problem in harnessin the Hbomb reaction comes i heating heavy hydrogen ga to a tremendous temperatun in this case 28 million degree its atoms fuse and re lease and then contain ing the gas long enough for th fusion to take Faust said Alan Kolb su ceeded in containing the ga longer than previously repor ed for such a high density ga Three No Trouble negro girls at Hall sir ti ft Dogs Used In Saint Louis Race Violence white policemen in plain clothes said a unruly crowd of negroes interrupted their pursuit of a youthful ne jro purse snatcher at a hous ng project Monday The milling crowd was dis persed only after about 20 uni formed policemen were sent to the area of Ihe predominanlly negro Igoe Dogs Used Three dogs of Ihe police ca nine corps were used lo force back the No arrests were Patrolman Richard Jones said at least 500 negroes had gathered before reinforcement By this time the crowd included women and children who apparenlly were merely he The purse snalcher fled into a building at the project and es Jones and his Don aid had fired three shols al the running youth when Ihey were Jones said Ihe screaming and cur perhaps 20C wilhin a few minules and con linued lo They had me pinned agains a taxicab and two of the men grabbed Strate was a lit tie dlslance away from me ant was Jone Jones had Ihe driver o Ihe cab summon addilional po lice via the laxis Iwoway radio Jones and Slrale had been sla tioned in a bus In an effort t solve a recenl series of bu Three young negroes came up lo Ihe bus when the bus stop ped at a corner and one reach ed through a struck a woman passenger and grabbei her The two officers jump ed off and pursued the By STANFORD BBADSHAW is UP Chile today expelled a party f Cuban soldiers and newsmen ostensibly on a good will landed without authoriza on in Santiago Monday aboard Cuban air force Two Chilean warplaries es orted the Cuban craft from his scene of the Inter Vmerican foreign ministers con erence on Caribbean tensions vhich both Cubas Premier Fidel astro and his Raul have called a The transport flew to IMPATIENT Hugh or C smiles happily as she rests in a hospital bed in Mem holding daughter who squalled into th world 10 days ahead of time while her mother was aboard a airliner feet over Suzanne was born in the ste ardess compartment at the hear of the with the ste was swiped during a visit ardess and two male passengers assisting in the A by the general July igh have had no Ted school board said School Superin ndent Terrell Powell had ssured him no disciplinary roblems had arisen In the The Wesley Pruden larged in a telegram to Little locks Mayor Werner Knoop nd the city Board of Dirctors lat unrest permeated Central nd that fights had occurred etween Thomas and white The minister is past presidenl f the segregationist itizens Capita CORSICAUS CITY PLANNING COMMISSION Editors note Following is one of a series of articles explaining the duties and functions of the City Planning Commission recently appointed by the city By BETTiY JEAN CLAY Dally Sun Staff has long contem plated a master plan and it has been advocated by civic groups to the city fathers for and of recent years there has been voiced the need for a zoning if the whole comprehensive plan could not be attained for the Consultants Homer Hunt er and Robert Hollin have that zon ing is not a substitute for a city plan it is an essential part HILE KICKS our PARTY WAN SOLDIERS The Chilean government prom ised every courtesy to Raul commander in chief of Cubas armed if he cose to come on U this But the fiery 30yearold revolutionary may have canceled his plans now that the advance party has been turned Lima reported no indications that he planned to continue on to where the minis terial conference ends The Chilean government pro tested Cuba over the planes arrival with armed soldiers aboard and Without permission Senate Hopes Of Winning Housing Ml Dimmed Change Possible By JOE HALL 18 JP series of defeats dimmed to lay administration hopes lor vinning from the Senate any iubstantial changes in the new imnibus housing John Sparkman loor manager for the predicted it would be passed and sent to the House during he day in about the same shape n which it reached the joined by some louthern failed yes erday in four attempts to bring he bill more in line with Presi dent Eisenhowers Some change may be made in a compara minor provision dealing with housing on military This has aroused the adminis trations The provisions would require he government to take over several of the projects still held by private and also would increase the amount of jovernment court desposits in condemnation cases Involving such Cost Great Harry Boyd said the section would cost 70 to 80 million dollars over the next two The Senate ignored threats of a new veto in voting yester day against efforts to trim the The measure is a pareddown substitute for the housing legis lation Eisenhower killed July 7 It has in it nearly all of the programs of the vetoed measure though with smaller authoriza Republicans lost yesterday in two separate attempts to knock from the bill a 50 million dollar loan program for building col lege Also was an amendment to cut the public housing units In the bill from to The president asked no new A fourth rejectee would have extended the FHA home mortage insurance uthority to Th illl now continues it only unti 1 next making almos lecessary another housing bil next This proposal touched off politically charged debate in which each side accused tin other of seeking an advantagi n the 1960 electionyear ses Opponents of the amendmen pointed out that the FHA in surance program was popula vith the administration and th homebuilding The said if It did not need ti e extended again next year the Democrats would have littl chance of getting through broad 1960 housing bill contain ng such things as urban re newa funds and public housing Republicans contended Urn the 1960 cutoff dale was a effort to get Eisenhower t swallow things he might no ike next Schools Seek More Time HOUSTON UP School of ficials were ready Monday to file a report asking Federa Court lo allow more lime to prepare for integralion of Ihe John McFarland said th report is one which seeks that justice be Judge Ben Connally asked for a progress report from the board after a pelilion was filed by allorneys of the National for the Advance ment of Colored School officials said there is still an academic gap between white and negro They said more time also is needed to permit the districts residents to hold an eleclion on whelher they want to support Free pub lic segregated Second Rocket Shot Tonight repeat performance is shed uled tonight of yesterdays spec tacular predawn rocket exper ment that lit up the sky for 1 400 Civilian scientists shot off sodium flare 150 miles abov Wallops to stud winds In the upper atmosphere At the peak of its in sun caught the vast yellowre cloud caused by the sodium an the show was visible from Ba timore to Florida and as fa west as at EST weather the scien lists will shoot off a similar so dlum flare from Ihe experimen al station off the Virgin Again 11 is limed in Ih Iwilighl period and could b jusl as unusual a Saw Experiment Many early risers saw the pre dawn experiment yesterday an wondered what it The tra led to Washington and the Na tional Aeronautics and Spac Adminlslralion explained Ihe ex The sodium flare was carrie aloft by a NikeAsp I began spouting sodium vapo burning with a characterise yellow at 50 miles an continued to the top of ils fligh The experiment was conduc ed by the Geophysics o America under a NASA contrac In company vice pie Idenl Murray Zellkoff said Ih infonmalion gained could b used in weather control orspac flight Zelicoff said the experimen was not to determine the chem ical nature of the upper almo as were similar rocke lestconducted in New Mexic from 1955 to the overall comprehensive Ian and is not a divorced is In the reporl to the newly reated City Planning and Zon ng the consultants ave stated Closely Related It zoning must be closely elated to the other parts anc in full harmony with al bases of the communily plan oning is a complex planning ask of many ramifications rhich calls for exhaustive stu ies and sound judgment basec n practical experience in th pecial field of It is he application of common ense and fairness in establish ng regulations governing th se of private It is a hones fforl to provide each distric r as nearly a with just such pro ections and just such libertie as are sensible for thai particu ar Zoning is Ihe di elding of Ihe communily Inl dlslricls or zones and regulat ng within such dislricls th use of the height of build and the area lo be occu pied by Ihe buildings for Ih jurpose of conserving and pro moling Ihe moi convenisnce and genera welfare of the people of th Responsibility Each of us as Individual must realize our responslbilil the consultant de The federal constitution pro vides that as citizens of th United Slales we may exer our individual bul 11 fur her provides lhal these right may not be exerted in any wa hat would be harmful to th other members of A he inlerest of society juslifie reslriclions upon indlvldua it also justifies restrlc upon the use to whic property may be Ihe consultanl when one owns Ian may do as he as ion as the use lo which Ihe Ian devoled is not harmful Harmonious Regulations Continuing their clarificalio o Ihe Cily Planning and Zon ng and in lurn I the Ihe consullanls sal See Page 2 100 Injured As Storage Tanks Explode KANSAS 18 UP A group of oil slorage lank became Ignited by a fillln stalion fire and exploded loday As many as 100 mos of them may have bee and Francis Doherl Kansas fire chle said four men from Ihe Kansa deparlmenl had bee The fire dispatcher In Kansa snid he could not con firm Ihe bul adde we have men In hospllals a over Ihe some of Ihem critical and we don tnow what may have happened There were 56 men hospital Forty more were treated f the fire but were not hurt su flciently to require hospit DAH TOPPLES INTO RIVER SLIDES KILL Death Toll Expected To Be Greater BLAME IT ON THE of the military guard of lonor at the opening of the New South Wales Parliament in stood at attention while two of their com overcome by the lie on the The plus ten others collapsed during the Captain accompany ng the picture said the area had experienced extraordinary hot AP Wlrephoto GOP Jubilant As Labor Bill Speeds Congress will pass a sat 18 UP hit the North west from British Columbia to Wyoming Monday night and ear ly leaving a mounting death toll over southwestern The shocks wera so severe a big Montana dam was damaged and a mountainside toppled into a Deaths Sixteen deaths were Six deaths were reported to Sheriff Lloyd Brook at Virginia by a helicopter pilot who flew over the The Idaho State Police in a radio broad cast said there had been eight A radio station executive who got Into the area said he learned that two people had been buried by a landslide in the Madisofi River canyon below the big slide He theorized more might be There was no Civil De fense headquarters here of determining whether there is duplication in the Covered By Slide The report of the people ered by the slide came from Richard president and general manager of station KXXL at who got into the stricken area as far as the big He said he was told that three boys escaped the same The helicopter pilot to 1 d Sheriff Brooks he had counted the six bodies during a flight over the 18 Ml Jubilant Republicans con tended today that through their efforts and those of President the Democratic ongress Is heading toward passage of a strong labor con trol Senate Will Pnss Republican Leader Everett Dirksen of Illinois predicted in an interview that School Vote Light Today Only 18 voles had been casl al Tuesday In the Corsicana Independent School district election for the selling of a lax rule and bond assump tion as a result of the recent annexation of the Pottys Clia pel The polls will close at 7 Flynn is Ihe presiding All voting is at tlie The election Is necessary to give the Corsicana district the right to collect taxes ant spread the bonded Indebtedness of the combined area In the newlyannexed The board of education will canvass and declare the results Thursday at Its meeting when a hearing on the proposed new budget will be CANT SEE A THINCi 18 UP A startled police inspector en countered a naked man trudging the sfactory to A Senate House conference committee sets out late today o try to compromise differing Senate and House The conference was arranged after some GOP senators won an un Jerstanding that the Senate will get a chance to vote on the House bill at some point if 10 agreement is Ike Says Ineffective Eisenhower had criticized the Senate passed bill as Ineffec and had spoken out strong y for the more restrictive bill ivhich the House later But the Senate made no effort Monday to vote on the House bill as a substitute for its Leslie Arcncls of Il assistant House GOP said In a separate Inter view Republicans had received a political shot in the arm by House passage last week of the stronger Telegrams of congratulation are pouring In to all of our people who voted for the he It has given the Re publican party a lift when it needed Now were going to get ourselves in shape for IkeGetsBill Navarro Mills 18 A public works ap propriation bill which Includes a proposed for the Navarro Mills reservoir proj was sent Monday by Con gress to President Eisenhower for signature and final ap The announcement w a s mode jointly by Tcxns Sena tors Lyndon ma jority and Ralph 1ur bo Also Included In the measure Is for a major survey of the Trinity With the presidents signing the bill Into the proposed appropriations will become available in the 105900 which began July it wits along a side street off crowded Strand quite all old boy Im state Checked o Committee The Senate checked action on the labor bills to the Sen ate House conference commit tee only aftnr a lengthy debate over it will do If that group cant agree on a com promise Dirksen said the administra tions position Is Unit any com promise must contain some pro visions dealing with secondary blackmail picketing Itsand the nomansland area of and federal jurisdiction the man told the in The inspector hustled a hospital for ob him off to over These are all In the House bill but are cov ered by less stringent provi sions of the Semite Butler Wins In Registration New Students All new studcnls to atlcnd elemcnlary schools in Corslcanai for Ihe firsl lime are to report for registration Thursday or Friday to the school they will Joe director slated The principals of Ihe schools will bS on hand from 9 to noon lo mecl Iho new students and their In addition to Ihose moving to Corsicana and atlending for the firsl first graders who did not attend the proschool ses sions In the Spring are included n Ihosc lo register Thursday and Friday mornings as well as moving from one element ary dlstricl lo the school official All other sludents report to their respective schools Tues day September the day classes Los Angeles Keeps Convention By MCRRAV FROMSON LOS 18 JP ruckus over tickets has ended in a complete victory for Democrallc National Chairman Paul Los Angeles will keep the 1960 party con Butler threw Ihe prestige of his office into a showdown over sealing wllh weallhy oilman Ed win The dispule ai mosl cosl this city its firsl major political Bows Out Pauley bowed oul Monday as finance chairman of Ihe host committee and the old commil lee was Pauley had insislcd the com millee was promised lick els a day lo the July convention in return for its guaran lee lo Ihe nalional He later offered to compro mise and accept Butler refused him on both A new sponsoring group was It agreed to underwrite guarantee and accept But lers top ticket offer ilckets a Butler had threat ened to pull the convention out of Los Angeles unless his terms were The new group agreed lo an olher key Buller op posed by Pauley transfer of all advertising revenue from the convention program lo Ihe Dem ocralic Nalional The fiveminute meeting of Butler and local officials end ed a fivemonth dispute cli maxed when Butler threatened to move the convention lo an other Replaced The old commitlee placed wilh one headed by Re publican Mayor Norris Poulson as chairman and Dan Kim presidenl of Aerojel Gen eral as execulive chair Kimball was secretary of Mark weallhy real eslalc developer and financial chairman of Ihe Democralic Na lional Committee in Southern replaced He said new financial support would be solicited from the busi ness as well as loyal If there should be any more convcnllon he none of Ihcm will be In announcing his Puuley There was no way to honorably bridge this impasse Hike Killed WASHINGTON AP The The House Ways Committee today and Means pigeonholed wilhout jeopardizing Ihe Integauthor President Elsenhowers request for Increased Interest rates on longterm government securilics and E and H savings The aclion constituled a sur prising reversal of commiltea approval last week of a com promise plan granting the President threeyear lemporary rales if ho rlly of Los Angeles and Ihe con moral obligations of the host Boyar said Pauley had been invited to join the new com but had not Butler refused to comment on Pauleys As for the tickel he said I donl consider it a the navy under former President II was an unforlunate mlsun Harry found the national Interest re quired By a 1411 vote of the 25mem ber the compromise was tabled and prospects of further legislative action thla session were virtually Elsenhower sought repeal ot the present 4 14 per cent Inter est rate ceiling on government bonds maturing In five years J ;