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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - September 7, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy and warm through Tuesday with widely scattered afternoon and evening thunder Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 I 12 1 S 84 I SI 92 93 94 Complete Weather Report on Market HJHomtoHht Daily LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS CLOSED Financial and commodity markets of the were closed Monday Jor Labor 79 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Holiday Slaughter Continues RecordSetting Pace 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 ft ft ft Big Three Proposing Laos Inquiry Subgroup ACCIDENT TAKES FOUR LIVES Four persons were killed in this automobile when it was crushed in an accident near Involving two trailer trucks and the A trailer truck loaded with pounds of ex plosives was halted on the highway when it was struck from behind by this Another trailer truck also struck the AP Wirephoto Labor Leaders Bitter Morse Favors But BSocks Resolution 7 Wayne Morse etill waging what he calls his parliamentary held up Senate action today on a reso Nehru Critical Of Red China NEW 7 UP Prime Minister Nehru told Indias Parliament today the Chinese in Tibet have done many things that I dont ap prove His without elab came in answer to questions about Indians held in Five persons registered as Indians at the Indian consulate in Lhasa plus three unregistered Indians are being Asked what the charges were against Nehru replied he lacked precise information but in Tibet I dont suppose it is necessary to have a precise legal charge to hold a person in Nehrus willingness to mediate and arbitrate in Indias border disputes with Communist China is coming under sharp attack by the press and opposition lution saluting American la Democratic leader Lyndon Johnson of Texas Introduced the resolution and sought una nimous consent for its immedi ate consideration under a time limit of either three minutes or 15 minutes for speeches by in dividual He said the House also wanted to act on it this Labor if the Senate passed Morse said he was in com plete accord with the resolu tions but refused to agree to any time limit on He asserted the meaning and symbolism of the resolution should be discussed at some Johnson replied that he did not want to give opportunity for delaying Without unanimous consent for its the reso lution under the rules would have to lie over for at one day before it is Morses slowdown tactics are part of his openly declared re bellion against what he calls dictatorial tactics by The resolution introduced by Johnson said American labor See Page 11 etched the Labor Day statements ejnion leaders today as they labor defending itself against a pow erful onslaught by big business On the other Presideni Eisenhower issued a statement stressing the giant gains made by American labor In the twen tieth And Secretary of Labor James agreeing with the Presients estimate of progress added that labor should move forward and try to raise the low economic status of the mi grant farm Two issues rankled labor lead ers as they tried to marshal un ion strength on the nations 55th Labor One issue was the new labor control The other was increased resistance by employers to union demands for higher an issue em phasized by the steel Today might as well be call ed antilabor said James president of the Inter national Union of Electrical Workers and a vicepresident of the But the AFLCIO officially named the day Support the Steelworkers Day in a move to help the Steel Workers who have been on strike for eight Geoige president of the said labor would have to fight big business with a new program of education and political Big business leaders are do ing everything in their power to weakenand destroy our trade See LABOR Page 11 House Senate Drags oneman roadblock slowed up effective action in the Sen ati but the House sailed along with its Wayne Morse was the man holding the Senate back in its planned drive toward he showed some signs of Morse at one point reduced Lyndon Johnson of Tex the Democratic to asking help from Vice President Richard I ask for protection of my Johnson told Nixon in one Morsetangled parliamen tary Morse then drop ped this particular tactic ask ing Johnson to yield the flooi for a parliamentary thus making any response by Nixon Morse even headed off action on a Johnson resolution to sa dite American labor on this Labor He did that by ob jecting when Johnson asked for unanimous consent for ate consideration under a time Congress met the first ti otx Labor Day staea as part of the effort to1 adjourn by Morse is waging parliamen war against what he calls Johnsons dictatorial He said further that Congress ought to work on various not to rush out of town to avoid being here when Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev arrives The with more than four times as many members as the Senate but with more strin gent rules on what one indivi dual may moved right It disposed of variety of miscellaneous such as one it sent to the White House to extend the time for which pass ports are Theyll be good three years from now in stead of the House made ready to take up Tuesday a public or pork barrel sim ilar to one Presient Eisenhow er The new at is smaller than the vetoed but still contains 67 projects Eisenhower described as objectionable because of their ultimate House Speaker Sam there will be action on a third housing bill before Eisenhower vetoed the first two as extravagant and inflation Morse did not completely hob ble the For one the pending business was a farm surplus disposal bill which had been accorded preferential stalus by unanimous consent last before the par liamentary war was Signs that Morse was easing off appeared when he let it be known he would not delay pass age of this Housepassed He had said previously he meant to read to the Senate a threevolume history of the la bor By early afternoon the Sen ate was well along with the sur plus disposal passing amend ments swiftly in an effort to reach a vote by These other things happened Mike Mansfield called for the administration to o slow on any direct military involvement in Majority Leader Johnson an nounced there is almost no chance this session to remove See CONGRKSsTPage 11 SOVIETS ARE KEY TO ANY UN ACTION North Vietnam Asks Rejection Of Aid Request UNITED 7 The United States Britain and France proposed to day that the UN Security Coun cil set up a fournation subcom mittee to make inquiries into the situation in The three members of the Southeast Asia Treaty Organiza tion on the Security Council subcommitted a resolution to this effect somewhat more than an hour before the council was to meet on Laos charges of aggression from Communist North Dodginfi Veto The subcommittee would In clude Japan and The resolution did not say whether the four should o to Laos to conduct their in The proposal was worded with the aim of avoiding a Soviet It did not quote Laos charges that North Vietnam was guilty of flagrant It merely mentioned the letter that made the received here Friday from the Laotian For eign Minister Khamphan Procedural Blatter Omission of the accusation was calculated to induce the Soviet Union to vote for or at the worst abstain on the resolu In case the Soviet delegation should vote against the spon sors were expected to argue that See Page 11 SEATO Agrees UN Best Hope For Laos Help 7 Representatives of the South east Asia Treaty Organization SEATO agreed today the United Nations is the best ave nue at this time for meeting the Laotian This was reported by diplo matic informants after a meet ing today of SEATO envoys with Acting Secretary of State Douglas There was no word on wheth the SEATO members favored the dispatch of a UN emergency as requested by But they were reported to be in favor of sending a UN fact finding team to At the 50minute the SEATO representatives were also said to have agreed that hereafter their defense organiza tion should keep track of Laotian developments in meet ings at Bangkok rather than The SEATO members include Ihe United Aus New Zealand and the The State Department issued only this onesentence state ment after todays meeting As agreed at their meeting ast representatives of hose nations which are mem met with the this morning of reviewing bers of SEATO acting secretary or the purpose See SEATO Page 12 Ike Returns From FenceMending Find Body Missing Trooper ENLARGED SCOVT PROGRAM OFFERED TO TRIM CRIME ANN 7 UP The sick leadership that causes tunnagers to turn to crime and violence could be de feated by stepped up Boy Scoui programs In large urban areas says a top Scout Arthur Schuck of Shorl chief executive of the Boy Scouts of said in an interview here that the youth of today needs healthy leader He said the scouting move ment offers The healthy leadership in he scouting inovement can re place the sick leadership thai low attracts young people In many parts of our larger Schuck The Scout here for the Mating Youths Work Pondered NEW 7 Wi Nelson Rockefeller has ndicaled the state may try new cure for young hoodlums worlt Rockefeller meets Tuesdaj with anc social agency leaders v an ef ort to step up the against uvenile The meeting came as suit of a recent sharp increase violence in New but the governor in a TV interview n teenage York said Sunday he problem wasnt limited to but existed throughout throughout the coun try and even throughout the New York police reported 189 youths under 21 lave been arrested since a drive LO curb young troublemakers jegan Rockefeller said the work if would be and operated in con nection with the Conservation Little Business In Corsicana Over Holiday Business was almost at a standstill Monday as Corsicana merchants and citizens observed the traditional Labor All state and na offices were closed except law enforcement and fire de post offices and schools also were closed for the day as vere a majority of the business Classes at the while city schools will be resumed Tuesday morning while the negro schools vlll open Tuesday morning for he first The opening of he negro classes was postponed ne week due to the burning of Page u llth National Training Confer ence of Boy Scout Executive at the University of Michigan said delinquency often is the re suit when young people have n healthy outlets for their youth ful Schuck said when the lacl of healthy outlets exists that ii where the scouting movemen can move in to provide guidance Despite his concern over re cent outbreaks of juvenile crime the scouting executive deplorec what he called the tendency o some adults to regard todays young people as having gon to the We must sale that only abou two per cent of the teenagers get into The other 98 per cent have high higher than any oth er generation of young people in this countrys We must be sure this 98 per cen See Page 11 Odd Rebekahsln Annual Visits Several hundred Odd Fellows and Rebekahs attended the an nual Pilgrimages Sunday to the Homes in Corsicana and Proceeds from the love offer Ings at both institutions are to be divided between the InstHu lions that at the Corsicana home for improvements in the larger girls building and at the Home for the Aged at Ennis for the overhauling of the heat ing The program at the Home here opened at in the Abel Rice Past President Addle Aston gave the invocation and Grandmaster Roy Kretzmeier of Pampa and Rebekah President Bessie Clif ton of Fort Worth Introduccc the grand lodge Included in the officers pro sentcd were seven past Rebekal presidents and five past grand See Page 12 Over 9 Million Reside In Tokyo 7 The population of Tokyo has exceed ed nine the metropoli tan governments statistics bu reau reported It said Tokyos population on 1 totaled conslst ng of males and The figure rep resented an increase of over the corresponding date last Londons population was esti mated last year at 8 14 million New York Citys set at just un der eight million by the federal just over that figure by city ITerr Sees Texas Leading Population Security Worries Johnson 7 Majority Leader Lyndon Johnson said Sunday he shares an Air Force concern over this countrys failure to maintain a continuous air Soviet military power is grow ng and we cant afford to be complacent because of our great military he declared in lis weekly broadcast over Texas radio Johnson said he visited Offut Air Force Base in Nebraska last week and found the command ng General of the Strategic Air Command seriously concerned over a lack of a continuous air This is a man who should Johnson And he our national survival may depend on the existence of such an I asked how much this vital project would And the Air Force told me tne job can be done at a cost of about 600 mil lion The Senator said this is about 1 12 per cent of the current defense budget and about 14 per cent of the amount President Eisenhower has asked Congress to spend for foreign aid this He explained that an air alert would mean putting an unspeci fied number of B52 bombers in the air and keeping them there all the Johnson said he felt most per sons would favor moving ahead with the SAC alert he under the sys tem of freezing the defense bud get to fit within prescribed ceil there Is a serious question whether this urgent project will be Basically this involves balan cing a budget celling against See Page 11 I 7 Texas will lead the nation In popula tion growth by Robert Kerr DOkla predicted Sunday The Oklahoma Senator made the comment while discussing water conservation on the weekly radio and television program of Ralph Yarborough DTex I want to congratulate the people of Texas and the tremen dous progress they are making and nn their leadership here in the Senate with you and Lyndon and Sam and the others in the Kerr He predicted the great quan tity of water and soil that Texas has and which her people are determined to con serve and use will make It possible In my Judgment for her to bo number one in the nation In population grrwth by But I dont think that even now either Oklahoma of See Page 13 EAST 7 In the wake of a wifes dramatic pica to please exconvict Knight today led police to a shallow grave and the body of her state trooperhusband missing five State Police Commissioner Jo seph Childs said Trooper Albert Souden had been stripped of his apparently forced to walk into the and then Soudens partially cov ered by wood and was a mile south of where his police cruiser was found in Livingston County about 20 miles southwest of Flint Spent shells from the officers gun also were found in the same genera State Police Thomas Grant said Knight has not made a formal But Grant said Knight told police he was willing to lead them to the troopers body be cause of the tearful plea made him by Soudens Im only doing It for Knight was quoted as a former mental led police to Soudens body after undergoing more than 24 hours of constant ques The body of 29 was found near where a search by more than 500 state poli and volunteers has been con See Page 12 4 Candidates Seek Election To Commission The special election 6 to fill the vacancy on the city com mission turned into a fourman race with the filing of two late tiour candidates before the mid night Saturday City Secretary Alton Justiss Monday reported that Jesse steel workers union officer and formerly em ployed at Bethlehem Steel Com filed his candidacy Satur lay at 8 Fifteen minutes before the deadline hour Sam plumbing the fourth and last candidate In the Indicating their intentions to un for the commission vacancy on the first day for candidates o file were Sam re tired Burlington Roek Island ind Fort Worth and Denver tic ket and Karl Black chief accountant at Bethlehem Steel Absent voting will begin Sat 12 and continues through The candidate garnering the ilghcst number of votes will win the right to fill the uncxpired ortion of the term of the late red Blucher which will end vith the 1961 city elec 7 President Eisenhower came home from his historic visit to Europe today and reported everything is going splendidly between the United States and its chief In a brief talk at Washing ton Eisenhower em phasized the deep friendship he found among Europeans for the American looking ruddy and fit despite his fastpaced said he found solid evi dence everywhere of deep friend ship for the American The president said there is no fact more important in the world today than the evidence that the western peoples are bound to gether by a deep affection and mutual This unity brings tremendous moral strength as well as economic and political solidar he Im glad to bring you this kind of the president added with a broad The western he are united in basic purpose and principles in their quest for an enduring world the Sec EISENHOWER Page 11 Pacific Orient Now Onh 4 Half Day Apart SAN Sept 7 tondl California were half day apart as the first regular commercia Jet plane to America landed here at A Pan American World Air ways Booing carrying 117 passengers and a crew of was in the air 12 hours 30 min The elapsed count ng refueling stops at Wake sland and Honolulu was 15 lours 13 minutes from Because the international date line was the plane landed here nearly an hour be fore it took off from Tokyo nl 10 Japan Mon The arrival this morning of the PAA Liberty also completed the first round trip by commercial jet plane to The plane left San Fran cisco Saturday for See 11 Quebec Premier Expires Monday 7 W Premier Maurice Du iron isted chief of Quebec province for 20 died The bachelor lawyer from TroisRivieres succumbed to a scries of cerebral hemorrhages thai first struck him Thursday while on a tour of the mineral rich area he helped Three sisters survive The body was to be flown to Quebec city today to lie In state In the Burial will be in TroisRiviercs Thurs DEATHS FROM TRAFFIC TOP LAST YEAR Urgent Warning Given Motorists To Slow Carnage BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS At 2 CST Triffic Boating Nonboat drownings Miscellaneous Total 347 19 39 463 Traffic deaths climbed higher across the nation today as National Safety Council warned Labor Day motorists to make a definite improvement m their driving or risk an alltime rec ord Pleasant weather brought mif ions onto the highways as the holiday weekend entered its fi nal 12 The climbing num ber of fatalities ran more than a score ahead of the same time period last Labor Multiples Hurt Multiple fatality accidents spurred the count In many The Safety Council expressed1 optimism over the low number of boating and drowning and said it hoped the holiday drivers would profit from the We ask every driver to act as his own traffic tha Safety Council and to cept personal responsibility for preventing an one he might contributed the fatalities throughout tno Four died in a crash seven miles west of See TOLL Page 11 TEXAS TOLL KEEPS PACE WITH NATION By The Associated Press The violent death toll In Texas neared the 50 mark Monday in he long Labor Day Near noon the totals stood at 25 killed in traffic acci one in a boating two drowned and 20 from miscel aneous The Associated Press started the holiday death count Friday at 6 and planned to carry t through Monday at Fred Paul of Hous drowned Sunday when ho and James Jamison of Llttla sought to save their children after the youngsters stepped Into deep water on iryan Beach at Jami son managed to get the three two of them Lands and one back to never made It was typical of many holi day deaths persons dying in an attempt at A car sped out of control at a See TEXAS Page 11 KING TUBNS 29 7 Baudouln of Belgium Is 29 to He planned to spend his birthday No formal celebrations were 10Nation Arms Talks Set 7 Big have agreed to resume disarmament talks in a 10na ion conference in Geneva ear y next the French for ign ministry announced to Participants will he the Unit id Great and Canada for he the Bul Czechoslovakia Romania on the Commu the announcement published irnultancously in Lon Washington and nd 1st A aid the group work in lose liaison with the United the communl ue Is still responsible or general measures on dis The creation of commit the communique does not in any or does It encroach on the esponsihilitios of the United satlons in this The creation of the 10nation the communique takes pecial Into consideration responsibilities of the the big powers to define a basis for an agreement on disarma Tile communique recalled that before they left Geneva last the foreign minis ters of the United the Great Britain and Franco discussed means to achieve morn efficient progress on An agreement has now been reached by the governments of the United the and the United States on Ilio establishment of a committee tor the examina tion of the disarmament ques the communique com mittee will begin work In Gene va curly In It added that the Assem the Pecunlty Council and the disarmament committee of the United Nations would be kept properly Informed of prog ress and said the Big Four had asked UN Secretary General Dag Hammaiskjold to convoke the UN disarmament commit tee If possible this month so that Its members be fully In formed to the nature and the aims of the The communique said that The communique said Is the Big Four powers sea the new committee aa a useful In strument to I mutual the ways which can lead to agreements and recommendations on tha limitation and reduction of all types of armaments and armed forces under an efficient Inter national The communique stressed that ultimate decisions on the problems of disarmament subject of universal Interest and concern would be left to tha United The negotiations will ba pri vate and outside the United But they will make use of the UNs Geneva build Ing and clerical aid and will submit regular reports to disarmament commission tho and through It to the Negotiations to end the arm8 race broke off In disagreement in London two years ago In the UN disarmament subcom Big Four plus Can Then the Soviet Union said It would go back to them only In a disarmament commission Page 12 ;