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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - August 28, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHER LOCAL cloudy and warm through Saturday with widely scat tered afternoon and evening thundershow Thermometer Readings 8 i 9 i 10 i a i 12 i a 80 I 84T89 91 92 93 94 Complete Weather Report on Market HJHonnoftht daily MorninaliAhtf LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW ed profit Bonds Lower govern ments hit new commis sion house CHICAGO Mostly steady September SliRhUy easier light scattered late to 75 cents lower top steers steady top 71 AUGUST PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Nehru Unhappy As Red Invaders Stay Two Years TWINS BORN ABOARD William British wife of a cuddles her twin girls born an airliner high above the Atlantic The plane landed Newfoundland and Stivers and the babies were taken to a A doctor among the passengers and two stewardesses assisted in the Stivers was en route from London to to the home of her husbands par AP Wirephoto Housing Measure Challenge To Ike 28 defiant turning a deaf ear to Republican veto today handed Presi dent Eisenhower a last chance billion dollar housing Party lines fell apart Thurs day asthe by a topheavy 283105 completed congres sional action on a bill that contained the same features that prompted a hous ing veto last At stake was the Presidents perfect record of never having i veto This time the House virtual dared him to challenge its ac IVoman Given Death Penalty 28 Klumpp today was sentenced to death in Ohios electric chair 15 for the slaying of her lovers Just before the sentencing in Hamilton County her attorney Criminal read statement prepared by Klumpp which accused William Bergen of killing his estranged tight lip was convicted last July 2 of killing Bergens 32 Klumpp and Bergen had been living together for five Judge Frank Gusweiler pronounced Klumpps statement de clared that it was Bergen who poured gasoline on his wifes body and burned It at Lake Cowan in nearby Clinton coun r The overwhelming vote far exceeded the twothirds neces sary to The Senate on likewise was by an overriding majority o With adjournment fever and House leaders looking forward to quitting b next the President was See Page 5 Robbers Strike Bank At Denver 28 armed men forced their way into the rear of the Universitj Hills Bank helc seven employes at gunpoint ani escaped with in One of the robbers slugge a Jack 39 and knocked him unconsciou when Petlin turned to leave th The gunmen walked to a ret and white Cadillac in which i third man sat at the whee Then they drove The car stolen from a downtown park ing was found abandone about a mile from the The robbery came only 2 days after the Kit Carson Stat Bank in east Colorado wa looted of more than 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 Eisenhower Queens Guest Friday HACMILLAN TO BE HOST FOR WEEKEND LloydHerter Talks Broken By Malik Visit Eisenhower broke into his diplomatic mis ion to Western Europe today a social visit to Britains Royal Family at Balmoral Cas Queen Elizabeth II made a completely unexpected appear ance to the gates to welcome Im delighted to ee said the slim and elegant though she is ex pecting her third child early next Queen Surprises Eisenhower bowed and said Thank you Its wonder ful to be It was a friendly and Infor mal beginning for Eisenhowers overnight visit to the It had been believed she would avoid public appearance entire y until after the birth of her she not only came out to see Eisenhower but did it on first oroadcast ever from Met By Philip The President had driven 50 miles with Prince Philip in a car from the Scottish airport at Dyce to cheers of crowds along the The who danced un til the early hours thje morn Ing at a castle ball for her ser the President to The Queen wore a powder blue See Page 2 Paris Headlines Favor BeGaulle Over President 28 dent Eisenhowers visits to Bonn and London were given second billing today by more than hal the newspapers of which he will visit next The top news here was i military inspection tour o Algeria by President Charles di Four out of the seven Paris morning newspapers de voted their biggest type to D Gaulles tour despite the fac it so far appears to be routine Several took particular not of the fact that Eisenhower am West German Chancellor Kon rad Adenauer spent consider able time talking about France The Independent Parisien Libere had a warning for Eis enhower concerning France 1 the Algerian rebellion Since the Algerian problem say sometimes in Wash ington and London is an ex clusively French Fran ce alone should settle withou the good offices in the Beeley Murphy The reference was the contro versial good offices team o Britains Harold Beeley an Americas Robert Murphy whic sought to settle a dispute be See Page 7 County Board Approves Emhouse Area Transfer Rebels Strike Near Laos Capital Critical School Period Here ration regulations clash sharply with By The Associated Press Another critical period is at hand for the school children of the South where federal integ Bometimes traditional patterns and state The youngsters are about to start the fall sixth since the Supreme Courts 1954 decision outlawing segre gation in the nations public Some children already are attending classes in an atmos phere marked by less tension than in the Many thous ands of others are preparing to resume their Half a dozen schools are ex pected to be desegregated for the first Four negroes have been assigned to the Orch ard Villa School in Miami and if they attend classes 8 it will mark the start of integra tion at the public school level Other initial desegregation at tempts occur in states which now have at least token integration in some Else where legal battles are contin uing and court rulings may take effect at later There is no indication what will happen in the next few But the reopening of the public high schools in Little and the end of Virginias massive resistance have had an appreciable affect on the The voice of the moderate has been heard more often in recent Some citizens have formed organizations designed to keep the public schools open even If it means token integra Groups of ministers and professional persons have is sued statements along similar Integration advances general ly have occurred in the upper and middle The five deep South states of Geor Mississippi and South Carolina have permitted no public school The number of negroes in de segregated situations has gone up from in to in Most of the changes have taken place In the border The Southern Regional Coun an organization working for improvement in race reported recently that with the exception of only 206 ne groes were in attendance with white pupils during the pas year in 11 Southern In an estimated ne groes were in desegregated class The Orchard Villa school a Miami heads the public school where initial desegregatioi may take place A second public high schoo already has been integrated a Little Rock and the Dollarwai School District near Pine Bluff has been ordered to de The Dollarway cas may be considered Monday b an appellate court at Louis The school board at Char lottesville In central Virgin has assigned nine negroes to a elementary school and two to high school At Front the open ing of all Warren county pub lie schools has been postpone from 31 to Three hundred and seventy seven white pupils and 18 ne groes have registered for en rollment at integrationtrouble Warren County See Page 5 28 small band of uroCom aunist Pathet Lao rebels has truck with rifle fire and gren des at a government military ost only 16 miles from Vien unofficial sources said The informants sail at ack apparently was aimed hiefly at upsetting the region f this administrative o casualties were reported on ither The post is on the main road from Vientiane to The rebels struck last mid They fired shois and hrew a few gernades before ading into the the ources The government rushed rein orcements by truck from Camp Chinaimo to the The attack did not endanger he capital and reportedly caus d no panic even in the immed ate Two earlier brushes reported within 60 miles of the city were ailed not serious by the gov rnment and not indicative of widespread outbreaks in the ountrys major officials met with prime Phoui Sananlkone to discuss the new supply of American aid announced this veek in The aid is to take the form f small vehicles and light World War weapons to bols the armys guerrilla fighi See Page 2 Moled Max Traffic Victim one of Texas jest known was killed today in a cartruck col ision on Highway 283 near He was a former MlfFED MARINE GENERALS TAKE EARLY RETIREMENT managing editor of both the Houston Chronicle and the Abilene Re porterNews and one of the founders of the West Texas Press Beniley was traveling alone southbound when his car and a truck driven by Pete Wilson of Wilson was not seriously Since 1950 Bentley had been public relations chairman anc a director of the Southwestern Diabetic Foundation at Gaines which operates Camp a camp near Gaines ville for diabetic Hy was still a schoolboy when he began his newspaper career as a parttime reporter for the Abilene Six years la ter he went to Corpus Christ as cofounder of the old Corpus Christi The Demo See Page 2 WELL SHOT MARKS OIL shot of nit roglycerine was used to bring in this demonstration oil wel only 200 yards from the spo where Edwin Drake brough in the first commercial oil we at one hundrec years Rock and wate shoot into the air from thi AP Wirephoto 28 UP Marine Corps llsappointed the appoint ment of a junior officer to the Marines top have an nounced their ef ective Their action Thursday came wo weeks after President El enhower named David Shoup to be com mandant of the Marine Corps Shoup will be jumped Mew Order Bans Signed Stories By Top Brass John Moss disclosed today that the defense department has banned signed newspaper or magazine articles 3y high officers except in mili tary as chariman of the House Government Information demanded an ex In a letter to Secretary of Defense Neil Moss said the new ban seems tocon flict with previous defense department This saic the department has an obliga tion to inform the public anc to provide proper information regarding the Air Force and Marine The only restriction on writ ing for publication containec in that Moss was that articles had to be checked for security clearance and that such writing should not con flict with the officers official Moss cited a recent memoran dum from Chauncey Robblns Deputy Secretary of De fense for Public which said any signed articles by high ranking officials in other than service or quasiservice publica tions would not be Austin Police Shoot Fugitive From Wisconsin 28 ff Two teenage escapees from a Wis consin correctional camp stole cars In several states and ab ducted an Austin planning com mission member before they ivere stopped One tried to shoot It out with He died when his gun failed to The Larry Lee Radant of was jailed Police Chief Laws identl fled the dead youth as Davic also Planning commissioner Mar vis Braswell escaped from the two about 1 13 hours after he was In a signed Radan1 said he escaped from the Me Naughton Correctional Camp a1 Lake 20 Sec Page 5 n rank to full The three who resigned were Vernon ommander in the Pacific Ed vin fleet force com mander for the and Merrill command ant of Marine Corps schools at at his headquarters in said Im naturally disappointed because I didnt et the top So are some other senior officers in the He gave that as the reason or the three Pol lock and Twining were not available for Megee Dave Shoup is a fine officer and will make a great Im retiring because of the eeling that when the defense department selects a junior offi See Page 2 Engle Offers Drastic Change For Pentagon proposal to eliminate the separate Air Force and Marine Corps In an over haul of the nations defenses drew verbal support in the Sen ate The controversial suggestion was made by Glair Engle a member of the Senate Armed Services Higher Rates 3n Parcel Post Recommended 20 UP Interstate Commerce Com mission examiner recommended oday that the post office be luthorized to increase rates on ourthclass mail parcel post md catalogues by 88 million dollars Increases proposed range rom 35 per cent down to 1 per cent and average per The percentage of increase diminishes within each other than as weight in There are only a few reductions for the greater weights and longer Exceptions to the examiners recommendation must be filed before The with its 11 members will hear oral argument on Postmaster General Arthur Summerfleld filed a request 1958 asking ICC con sent to the increased Examiner Burton Fuller said he post office department sub mitted for fiscal 1958 showing a total deficit of for and par TWs more than for fiscal 1957 During 13 days of hearings many large users of fourthclas mail appeared In opposition to the It drew approval Com from Stuart Symington D John Stennls and Sam DNC all members of the Engle also urged immediate abolition of the Pentagons mili tary space advanced research projects a fifth Symington said Engles pro posals could save a tremendous amount in the present defense outlays of more than 40 billion dollars a a veteran of defense told who spoke for two hours on the proposal that he was on the right road in pressing for unified services or one Symington also backed En See Page 7 Doubt Congress End Next Week 28 W Senate laeders of both partiei agreed today that there is no prospect of congressional ad journment next Mike Mansfield D acting majority leader told I dont see how we can complete our work next Everett M Dirkscn the minority said the best he can predict is adjournment any time after Labor Day to the first of See Page 2 More Paralytic Polio Reported Across Nation 28 fP Paralytic polio cases will all states reported except Nev ada reached a new 1959 week ly high of 285 last Bu the figure was only six above the previous The Public Health Service re ported this Simultaneous ly It said It will likely be anothe year or two before live polio virus vacclnlcs arc licensed fo general use in this I urged use of the Salk polio Surgeon General Leroy E Burney made public a new re port on the present status o three proponed live virus vac clnes which said several majo problems remain to be If energetic efforts are con tlnued to find answers to th remaining technical question concerning cffectivcnes and manufacturing procedures one or morn of the three vac clnes now being proposed ma be under production within on to two Burney Meanwhile in the Salk vac cine there already is at hand a potent weapon whose value am effectiveness have been proved I continue to urge all per sons under 40 to complete thel scries of Salk Injections so tha no one will remain unprotectec at the time of the next poll The county school board Fri ay morning approved a peti on to have 16 square miles of he Blooming Grove Indepen ent School District transferred the Corsicana Independent chool This action came in an execu ve session of the board follow ig a hearing in the county ourt room at the court n overflow crowd roperty transferred is part of he old Emhouse Near Corsicana The area annexed lies adjacent o the Corsicana district north est of It is said to ffect between 15 and 22 Approval was given by the oard subject to the approval nd adjustment of bonded in chairman of le said the board felt because of the nearness of he area to the Corsicana dis pupils would have better ducational Twelve persons representing oth the proponents and oppon nts to the transfer had their ay Friday morning as the crowd lied practically all available pace In the court Maya Opponents When the hearing was See Page 2 President Kills Havarro Mills Fujids Measure WASHINGTON is The White House announced to day that President Eisenhowc has vetoed a watei projects money Funds for the Navarro Mills eservoir start were He objected to the bills pro vision for 67 unbudgeted pro The presidential action was disclosed In a message to the The White House said 1 was one of Eisenhowers las official actions before he left for The president had until mid night Saturday to The bill would have provided 30 million dollars more than th president The bulk of the money would have gon o the Army Engineers and Reclamation Bureau to plan build and maintain flood control beach ero sion and projects Eisenhower aimed his main objection to a provision to plan or start 67 unbudgeted project which he estimated eventually would cost 800 million dollars In this connection he said It Ignores the necessity fo an orderly development of Am ericas water resources within the nations fiscal Car Inspection Period Is Near 28 IT Th Department of Public Safet urges motorists to get the motor vehicles Inspected fo 1960 Inspection perloi begins 1 and ends Aprl About 43 per cent of the car Inspected last year needed re Average cost was per The inspection cost one See Page 5 Many Changes Noted From Original Rural Farming County Economy Key By CLYDE MURRAY Daily Sun Staff Despite ur banization and new policies by the federal agri culture is still the bread and beans to Navarro countys econ It doesnt take an oldtimer to see that things arent what they used to The type of rural farm life that existed even 25 years ago may never be regain but in Navarro county not all of the farmers have thrown down their plows like the Rom ans did and rushed to the urban conservation programs such as the soil bank and gov ernment controls have taken some of the land out of cultiva but production still is there arent as many lit tle farmers as there used to but he is far from extinct in Navarro Agriculture Is still the countys main income Total farm Income runs from to and this goes to prove that dehydrated food pills and synthetics have not taken over It also proves that an impres sive number of Navarro county folks still love the soil and can still make a living from Navarro farming always and continues hold its own in Texas Last for the 25 counties that com prise District 4 of the Texas College Extension Navarro countys farm Income measured per cent of the total farm income of the dis The estimated farm income for Jast year was from farms with an aver age of 223 acres per farm mak ing an estimated Income pe farm of Needless to great numbers of persons in the county stll make their living on the farm or in some type of related farm the latter of which has come to be known as agrl In Its 1959 industrial brochure The Chamber of Commerce re ported that the available civil Ian agricultural labor supply totaled Despite the decline in acre the soil bank and frequen adverse weather conditions cotton still leads the list o cash crops In Navarro county The county still produces 000 to bales annuallj and prospects for good crop year are See Page 5 TWO POINTS ON BORDERS PENETRATES No Satisfaction Received From Protests By WATSON SIMS NEW rime Minister Nehru said to day that Chinese Communist roops have crossed from Tibet nto Indian territory on two vidcly separated frontiers and apparently are Recent Incident In Indias northeast frontier Nehru told several hundred Chinese ap mrently seized an Indian bor der post this week after driv ng off a 12man picket detach ment with Nehru said our border guards are Nehru said the Chinese also lad established a camp In a uninhabited border sec or of the Ladakh area of Kash more than miles west of the crossings on the north east The Chinese also are reported building a road across the cutting of sev eral hundred square miles ol Indian The Prime Minister said India had protested to Peiplng but so far had Must Be Vigilant There is no alternative but to guard our borders and integ he and later we will have to be vigi Nchru made no Page 10 Congress Urges Quick Probe By United Nations 28 UP Indias reports that Red Chinese troops have crossed her Borders brought calls in Congress today for quick United Nations But foreign policy of ficials tended to play down any emergency character to the de velopments reported by Primo Minister Nehru to the Indian Asked for State Department press officer Lincoln White replied I think Nehru is perfect ly capable of speaking for India in this White said he knows of no official Indian communication to Washington on the He also in response to a that he was not awars of any Red Chinese incursions Into In a Senate Jacob Javlts called for an emergency session of the UN General Assembly In advance its scheduled 15 Mike Mansfield of Mont acting Democratic said the UN should act in tha case of what he termed Com munist aggression in both India and A question raised by Congress members was whether the Red Chinese move is connected In any way with Soviet Premier Nlkita Khrushchevs forth coming talks with President think its possible this new Communist aggression has some connection with Khrushchevs See Page T RKADV FOn Laotian government soldiers rest before moving out for jungle patrol action against Communist Infiltrators in northern Laos province of Sam Soldier at left carries an Americanmade recoilless Both are camou flaged for jungle AP Wirephoto ;