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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - September 11, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHEB LOCAL FORECAST Clear to cloudy through Thermometer Reading 8 9 10 11 12 1 68 73 70 1 77 78 1 78 78 Complete Weather Report on Market HlHomtottht Daily SKI LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MARKETS AT A GLVNCE NEW er general govern ments hedging and CHICAGO light bearish crop with to 50 cents lower top steers steady top AP TELEMATS 83 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Iceland Protests Puddle Incident ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Chou Proposes Peaceful Talks DEATH BIDES SCHOOL children were killed at Mountain Lake when this Garrett County school bus was struck by the Railroads Diplomat at a At least 15 others were eight The bus had stalled on the AP Wire photo TF TF CarTrain Crash Kills 7 11 freight train rammed a car here killing a and her six children on the way to A school patrol boy was in He was struck by debus from the car and a fragment imbedded in his Irene died about three hours after the Five of her ch 1 dren were killed outright n the crash and the sixth died ents just aft a few mome er reaching a Zimmerman s was hospitalized for mipst told him of shoes aiLBi he The six and cirls who died were children of the farm Dead at the scene 10 were MI Bar died shortly after reaching a hospital Robert about 12 tne school patrol was stand fng near the crossing and was stfuck by fragments of the Hospital at Zimmerman m tendants said the child suffer ed a broken leg and back in 3UThe crossing is at the Min neapolis and Louis railway 4 depot in the heart of this sou th Minnesota city 70 miles of the twin The accident was the sec end in two days in which sev See Page 9 Paul Douglas Heart Victim 11 Actor Paul long time star of stage and screen died today at his home apparent ly of a heart A fire department re squad called to the home ar rived too With the actor at the time were his actress Jan and his physician Dr Lee Douglas way known for lighi comedy roles as well as his more serious STATE DEFICIT DROPS AUSTIN The states general revenue fund deficit is state treasurer Jesse James said The de ficit 24 was Congress Putters At Small Items 11 Congress turned its attention to relatively minor mat after its first vetovictory r President Eisenhower in iis 6 12 years in It goes back into high gear Saturday in a fijaal npurt for loped for adjournment next Monday just before the Wash ngton arrival Soviet Pre mier Klklta Two major matters and many esser ones were disposed of Both Houses overrode bowers objections and passed finally a money bill o finance flood harbor and other public works doing Congress upset the irst Eisenhower veto of the 146 he has Issued since The House completed congres sional action on a thirdtry bil ion dollar Housing bill which White House has indicate Eisenhower will He had vetoed two earlier The Senate passed Thursday a bill which would make it easier lor this country to extend aid to Poland and other Iron Curtain countries seeking a measure o nrlependencfi Moscow But Styles Bridges RNH whose opposition helped defea a similar bill by a single vote called for Page 9 Robber Killed After Wounding Three In Store 11 exconvict was shot to death Thursday night after wounding three persons In a wild battle during an attempt to hold up a One of the victims is a house eight months She was shot in the Assistant market Manager Kenneth stabbed in the seized the holdup mans gun and killed him with shots in the heart and Police identified the robber as William an ex convict from They said they found among his papers the 2551 33rd Police Hegi gave this account The gunman entered the mar ket shortly before closing See Page 10 Texas To Need Increased Water COLLEGE 11 will need 500 to 600 billion gallons of water for farms and industries within 20 Planning must be done now to assure this water says Clarence former as sistant director of the Fisl and Wildlife He spoke at the Texas Water Conference at Texas He the growth of Texas will require new water sources more taxes to finance wate controls and a realistic ap proach to water chan cellor of the told the 100 delegates that 1959 has been a good rainfall He warned that droughts will com again and when they come the will hurt us unless we plan now to protect this grea national resource Conrad Straub of th Public Health Service sail Texas river milk anc rainfall show well below the na tional average count in radio active INDIA DOUBTS WAR TO COME AT PRESENT Nehru Opposes Negotiations On Major Questions 11 W Pre mier Chou EnLai said today ed China and India must try 0 settle their border problems n the basis of mutual sym mutual understandin airness and The Chinese address ig the standing committee of he national peoples congress n declared both the giants have been subject d to imperialist aggression for many Speech Broadcast Radio Peiping broadcast an ccount of Chous He said It is regrettable that ndia is using par icuarly military to vin acceptance of the Indian elineation of the He said China has consistently nsisted that the boundary question be solved by giving full consideration to the historical jackground and Is ready to hold peaceful Can Safeguard Peace Chou made this same offer in 1 letter to Indian Prime Min ster Nehru that was disclosed India and Communist China Chou can work out a par or temporary agreement through the talks and thereby safeguard the security and friendship of the two countries The Chineqarlanguage broad cast quoted Chou as saying re ations Between China and India are based on the five principles of peaceful The radio said the standing committee session will continue The committee was See Page 9 Steel Strike Effects Mount NEW 11 The steel industry rejected to day a suggestion that a fact finding committee take part in settling the 59dayold nation wide Conrad chief in dustry was asked about the possibility of creating such a board and repeated the industrys stand against any government intervention in the steel Thursday Republican Senators Jacob Javits of New York and George Aiken of Ver mont suggested that the Presi dent set up a factfinding com mittee if the United Steelwork ers Union and the 12 major steel companies involved fail to set tle the trike in a Such a factfinding they could make recommendations for new con The industry consisteuly has favored open collective bargain Ing rather than government in For the second consecutive negotiations were scatter ed in different rooms of the Hotel union president David llcDouald and the other members of the fourman top level negotiating teams confer red in one Subcommit tees met simultaneously in other working on local issues in the unions dealings with the 12 President Eisenhower has in dicated he may meet governors of states hardest hit by the strike to discuss ways to end the Effects of the strike slow ly building up over the last 59 days appeared heading for a crisis within the next two to four Hefty inventories accumulated during a record six months pro duction prior to the strike are becoming Many small firms unnoticed because of size have quietly halted pro An Associated Press survey shows layoffs in industries alli ed to steel have reached Late reports may push the un employment figures even Even as the picture grows dark many of the big manufac turers who depend on steel for raw material report they have not yet felt the sting of the They add quickly that time is running While the economic squeez grows negotiators for th basic steel industry and nearl a halfmillion striking Unitei Steelworkers show no signs o coming close to an agreement Secretary of Labor James P Mitchell said earlier this wee he would recommend that th President halt the strike b TaftHartley injunction If stee shortages develop and furthe unemployment Just how much the 80da cooling off period provided fo under TaftHartley would hel is It would tak weeks to fill delivery lines tha were drawn dry prior to th Steel firms report heavy order ing for the fourth quarter a An 80day productio resumption would start a wil scramble to build up sagging in ventories and result in Ion waits for many A poll by the National Assn of Purchasing Agents of bi firms in the manufacturing fiel was summed up by saying The steel strike hasnt hur business but if it isnt se tied in 30 days manufacturin See Page 10 Khrushchev Itinerary Completed Study County Unit System DUTCH PRINCESS RECEIVES GALA NEW YORK WELCOME NEW 11 W he Netherlands 21 earold Princess Beatrix ar ived today on a spanking new Dutch and got a royal elcome in New Yorks heart A 21gun salute because she s the heir presumptive to the Dutch throne boomed across he sunlit Fireboats ascaded their plumes of white harbor craft and other tooted their whistles to greet and helicopters and onventional planes circled her The smiling princess trans erred from the Rot the modern stackless called suddenly This came after the Laotian rebels announced Wednesday See Page 10 Justice Warns Children Must Attend School Justice Bowden Friday announced plans to crack down on parents who keep their children out of school this school Bowden said he and the schools were confronted with the same problem each year and hat maximum penalitles woulc e assessed persons who come before the court this schoo He said he had been advisee by Dana Williams of Cor sicana public schools that th compulsory date for entering school school was the first day o 1 for whites anc 8 for negroes and noth ng but legal excuses would b considered after those Bowden pointed out that par ents and guardians can be prose cuted for not sending the children to school and that em ployers can be prosecuted fo employing Each year many negro pupils pick cotton the first few day of and some white stu dents are included In this group according to Justice Bowden said parents or guard ians could be fined up to See Page 11 Schools Show Enrollment Gain Over Last Year Enrollment iri Corsicana pub ic schools show an increase ol 471 pupils over the same period a year Total enrollment Friday slooc at while at the same per od in 1958 it was on May last day of were inrolled which is more than the current enrollment this Joe director of Inslruc said Friday It would be October or later before a true picture of the enrollment fot he year can be AI hough the school system does not condone many students are being kept out of school to pick Then usually there are others who start late for various The cotton harvesting season 3 believed to be the reason that the current negro enrollment Is 129 less than it was the last day of school last Fridays eport showed that negroes were enrolled while on May 29 were The current total enrollment i white schools Is as compared to last May 29 showing an Increase of Of course the white schools are See Page 10 5 From County Due Induction Local Board 95 announced Friday the names of five men being called for Induction on 23 to fill the countys draf call for this Slated to go to the Dallas induction center on that date are Clarence Ray Ollic Lee Perry and Maston Rlley all of Corsicana Wlllip Harvey Stewart of Kerens and Arthur Samuel Swain of Snook Bessie board sec said Navarro county has received a draft call for fou men and a physical examination call for 12 on gray and while liner that jrought her across the o the Dutch destroyer Gelder and which lay waiting at the entrance to New York The crew of the sleek war hip lined the deck in whita miforms as their vearing a blue wool suit with vhite collar and a closefitting cornflower blue boarded vith her party of The citys full panoply for isittng royalty awaited See Page 10 Reserve Board Bikes Interest Rate To Banks 11 Member banks borrowing from eight branches of the Federal Reserve System today start pay ing 4 per cent the highest rate in 29 The expected 12 per cent in crease in the discount rate was announced late Thursday fot reserve banks In New York Chicago San Francisco and Kansas The systems other four banks are expected to start charging increased rate before Other short term Interest charges have climbed sharply In ihe last The rate on hreemonth treasury for has increased since early August from just over per cent to nearly 4 per The Federal Reserve Boarc generally keeps the discoun rate as high as the bill rate to discourage banks from borrow itig from the reserve in othei to invest in the The increase also reflected the boards determination to dis courage needless borrowing See Page 10 Hike Expected On Home Loans KANSAS 1 PI A building industr spokesman predicts the Federa Housing Administration will in crease the mortgage rate on FHAinsured loans by onehal per from 5 14 to 5 34 pe Carl Mitnlck of Merchantville president of the Nationa Home Builders told mor than 400 builders here Thursday that he expects the increase tc come within 30 He didnt HOUSTON GROWING HOUSTON new popu lation estimate Indicates Hous ton has over residents The Chamber of Commerci estimates the city had residents The estlmat for Harris County was Private Schools For Nothing For Virginia County Reverses Clock By HODENFELD 11 Prince Edward County has quietly and smoothly turn ed back the clock of American public education private schools for white child nothing at all for school age There are very few In the county today who feel the men behind the plan wont make it stick at least for the coming school The eight private schools opened in churches and private buildings Thursday for the back toschool preliminaries and Regular classes get under way Some of the classrooms were There were no facili ties for physical no place for the pupils to have The shops and the sci ence laboratories were not quite This Li just a shakedown said pub lisher of the Farmvllle Herald and an official of the Prince Edward School Well get these things worked Our big job right now is to start getting these children There are 66 teachers under the same number which taught in the white public schools last year and most of them from the public school The same academic pro gram is being Founda tion officials are prepared to meet all the requirements for accreditation by the State De partment of Were in this thing to make it said Blanton Han foundation president Were not This was no sudden act ed on in haste and desperation The county board of supervisor decided four years ago to clos the public schools rather tha submit to courtordered Integra The planning started then Last when delay in th courts seemed no longer pos the planning turned t The supervisors vote only for the 19596 year just enough to pay inter est on outstanding school bond padlocked the countys 2 public Then the foundation steppe in with its carefully drawn blue Their private schoo were to be financed entirely b with no public fund no public property The foundation got immedial Louis founda tion reported Thur See Page 10 The civic affairs committee f the Chamber of Commerce riday undertook the study of county government system utilities a central business ead with a view to inviting the pinions of commissioners court fter data on such a plan has een assembled as a basis for xploration of the Chairman Julius Jacobs said he study was suggested by Manager Dick Knight in the ght of economies effected by orslcana through its city man ger form of government and ie adoption of the unit sys em by some counties over the He noted that the t is felt by could work ith greater efficiency with a entralized form of 1th a business manager or In Ividual such as a county engi eer who handles the countys Urchase of equipment for use ut of a central and ould shift both the equipment nd work force to various pre incts as projects rather ban have four districts each lurchasing their own equipment having separate work forces He said this system also could see COUNTY Page 10 Officials Doubt Indicated Drop Paralytic Polio polio cases appar ntly declined last week for the irst time in There were 291 listed by the an apparent drop of 43 cases rom the revised total of 334 for he preceding the Public Health Serv ce announcing the figures to day cautioned the drop may lave resulted from incomplete from some states be ause of the Labor Day holi The service said the fig ures do not necessarily repres ent a reversal of the summer rend which has shown a stead ly Increasing number of cases each week as compared with ast In the corresponding week ast year there were 152 paraly The years total for paralytic cases now stands at com pared with in the similar 1958 In the first year Salk polio vaccine be came there had been paralytic cases at this There were 536 polio cases of all kinds reported by the states ast This compared with a revised total of 534 In the 11 A coasttocoast whirl of white black tie and business suit linnets has been lined up for Soviet Premier Nikita Khru hchevs American Also on the docket is a lunch n the employes cafeteria of an ndustrial Details for the first nine days of the visit were announced late Thursday by the White They cover his tour through New Los An San Francisco and Des Schedules for his visit to Pittsburgh and a second stay in Washington will be announced Despite hopes of some eaders to impress Khrushchev with this countrys military and ndustrial only one visit o a factory and none to mlli ary bases are included before he reaches President Elsenhower will greet the Soviet leader and his party when the big jet airliner arrives at EOT next See Page 9 Ike Only Hopes Russian Visit To Get Results 11 President Eisenhower held open today the possibility that his mantoman talks with Sovie beginning may lead to a summl That could mean negotiations on the future o See Page 10 Germany and other world is In a radioTV report to the nation Thursday night Eisen hower called on Khrushchev to come to Washington with con structlvo Ideas and suggestions that could provide the basis for responsible negotiation on the Issues that divide And he expressed carefully guarded op timism about the possibility of moving toward better under See Page 9 Panel Advances Judiciary Bill Senate Judiciary Commit tee approved today a bill to au thorlze appointment of 25 more federal Three would be circuit court judges and 22 dis trict court The Eisenhower admlnlstra lion has urged Congress to create 45 additional judgeshlps to help relieve congestion and delays The bill provides for an add ed federal judge In West Texas another In North Texas and an added judge to the 5th Circul Court of Appeals in New Or OFFICIALS HADE TO LIE IN WATER Ambassador Is Satisfied With Corrective Steps 5 Icelandic ambassador tested today that American guards at Keflavik Airport forced two Iceland officials to ie in puddles of water for 10 ninutes and threatened to shoot them if they opened Ambassador Thor Thors ivered the protest to Foy KohJ the acting assistant secre of state for European af Meeting Amiable Thors met with Kohler for an he told Dorters the meeting went ofj in the most amiable way with he greatest and state department Is most in terested in taking urgent and im mediate measures to avoid such aclcdenta from happening Thors did not specify what measures were being But he indicated one would be er contact between the Ice landic government and forces through an existing Ice landicAmerican defense com mittee that has met only Irre gularly In the Asks No Apology Thats all I can but i want to stress that the stats department is in contact with the Pentagon and they ara working out with Icelandic government an arrangement which will satisfy both coun ho Thors said he had not asked for a which handles Texai See Page 9 Space Capsule Functions Well In Test Flight 11 The test model space fired from Cape Wednesday came back to earth In excellent condition after a sky ride simulating many of the conditions a man In orbit will The National Aeronautics and Space Administration announc ed the findings today after an examination of the re covered far out in the NASA said the trial met all Its primary thus con firming Indications reported shortly after tho A major test objective was to see how the steel like the one a Mercury astrori aut Is expected to ride Into tha sky In withstood tha shock and friction heat of re entry Into the heavy lower The statement said tern See Page 10 BANK KOBBERY IX and flight of robber at Bank for Savings In the City of New York were recorded in these pictures from hidden 16mm movie Thief escaped with after a but authorities were confident they would catch the star of the slender with thickiensed eyeglasses and bushy Camera was triggered by woman teller who handed about after he passed her threatening her lost half of It when he dropped bag of mon ey during hia AP Wirephoto ;