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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - September 21, 1959, Corsicana, Texas f V THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy and warm through Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 84 88 90 91 92 mit Complete Weather Report on Market Daily SunandSemiWttkly Morning light 91 LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS PAGES MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW 21 sharp decline Corp orates commission house CHICAGO lower scattered September down lower with to 25 cents higher top steers steady to 25 cents lower top PRICE FIVE CENTS ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ftftftftftftftftft ROBERTSONS TALK AT UN CITES CRIMES Says Admission akes Charter rS NEW LAW ONTO of Labor James standing tells newsmen he has ordered Teamster president James Hoffa to report what steps he has taken to remove from office Teamster officials having criminal Mitchell said he was acting under a provision of the new Labor Con trol Law passed by Congress and signed by President Earlier the Labor Sec UNITED 21 United States today described Red China as an outlaw which has made itself 21 iff today The noti em nations railroads fied their non operating ployes of a proposed 15cent an hour wage The management would bring wages in line with straighttime hourly earn ings of production workers in all other Nonoperating workers are those not directly involved with the movement of They are station agents and similar Operating employes are engi switchmen and The proposal was presented by individual carriers to local chairmen of the 11 railroad la bor orp representing about nonpperatlng em l The announcement was made by the Carriers Conference Committees representing all railroads in the Along with the proposed wage cut the railroads called for an adjustment of present health and welfare programs to coin cide with programs of some oth er large Management said that a cur rent medical and sur gical insurance plan for em ployes is entirely employefi The companies will in sist that it continue to be so they See Page 2 Booties Sm 21 tax official warned Sunday against bootlegging cigarettes into Tex Robert district state tax said bootlegging cigarettes into Texas is a felony and could draw up to 2 years in prison and a Truckers were reported buy Ing cigarettes in other states and selling them here for about less than the newly taxin flated local The states new 3 cents a pack tax was added One man said he bought a carton of cig arettes for from a truck driver who bought them in Colo The normal price here would have been m retary addressed the AFLCIO national conventotally unfit for UN member tion being held in San AP Wireship by mass atrocities photo and In a slashing attack on the Peiping former Assistant Secretary of State Walter Robertson told the UN general assembly that the seating of the Chinese Com munists would be a mockery of UN Accusations Blunt By every standard of na tional and international con he the Red regime of Peiplng is an It has perpetrated mass mur der and slavery upon its own It has confiscted without compensation hundreds of mil lions of dollars of the property A 24yearold woman being brtom handle and tried to fleelof other It has thrown held the county jail here atdown the stairs and out of the foreign citizens into jail with A I J rt 1 rt n H O T1 tempted a break at noon Sun day and was foiled by prompt action on the part of jailer Sheriff Rufus Pevehouse re lated that the reported ly from arrested here a week ago with three and being held for officers in Leon struck jailer Nor ton on the head with a piece of Emphasis On Memb VFW Con Veterans of Foreign Wars District 3 officers and members gathered in Corsicana Saturday and Sunday in The emphasis was on mem and ways and means of increasing as representa tives from eight posts and aux iliaries gathered here for the Following registration Satur a dance at the VFW hall Saturday and noon lun cheon the Post mem bers gathered at the Post Home in business session at 2 while Auxiliary mem bers met at the American Leg ion Post for their Lonon Speaker Lonon of chief of staff of the Texas Depart was the key speaker of the He told those present they were and charged with the responsibility for sell ing Veterans of Foreign Wars membership to He urg ed them to sell the organization by all honorable not the least of which is service to the thus building a bet ter relationship with the town in which they are The women need See Page 12 K W W mi f She made the attempt as out trial and subjected many Norton opened her third them to unhuman Causes Civil Wars In nine years it has promoted six foreign or civil wars the chased her down the stairs and overhauled her on the Malaya and next floor where she It continues to defy the United fought but was finally Nations decision to reunify cell in order to give her some iced Pevehouse not seriously hurt by Nikita She couldnt have escaped Pevehouse The downstairs door was Norton1 suffered a head lacera tion from the womans but he was not The whose 2ycarold child Is being cared for by wel fare authorities here at imprisoned in a private cell in the the only cell See Page 12 See UN Page 2 Che Wort e iterest Hik eing Studied 21 UP increase in the maximum interest rate of octrina Campaign personnel of Inn 11959 Community Chest fund drive begin swining into action today Monday with a series of indoctrination sessions to ac quaint them with the procedure to he Campaign Director Ray Con who has directed the Chest drive the previous two arrived over the weekend from his home in Gonzales and be gan immediately conferring early Monday with leaders of e organization and campaign NEW 21 SpU By and 1958 was a good for Navarro County farm according to a national re port on farm Their gross revenue from farm operations alone amounted to in the It rep resented a rise over the 1957 figure of County Unit System Rapp At State 21 Secretary of State Zollie Steak ley said today the state has a two billion dollar investment in the state hlghwny system yet we need more than twice that sum to bring the system up to The secretary representing Price addressed the County Judges and Commis sioners We have miles of high ways and farm roads designated as our Texas highway system and they are among the bcsl in the he But we r are still faced with creasing pressure of more and more vehicles using these Lyndon Johnson speaks Many delegates expected Johnson to make allu sions to the 1960 Democratic campaign and to marshal for ces to hnck him for the 1960 See Page 12 loans is under serious consideral The first precampaign plan ning session got under way A onehalf per cent to Monday at 3 in the Navar 5 34 per may be announcro Hotel Green Meeting ed this week by the Federal with Conlin in this session to Housing Some outline the drive were President officials said smaller Floyd Campaign Go to 512 per also is being Chairman Herb all but they indicated division chairmen and the pub the higher figure is more likely licity f i i l if a change is The first of a series of indoc P u 4 I A J J t W LfVt 9 Either figure would be in adUrination meetings for the var dition to the onehalf per cent ious campaign division elements insurance premium which the will be held Monday night at 7 FHA collects on loans it for the Advance Gifts Di KAA 4l HJA l 4 4 sure cha r m f xrf p w fc v m That would put the rate vision Jay rged the home owner at or his six team captains and all the above 6 per team A repeat session Congress this year authorized will be held for this division an increase to 5 14 per cent In Tuesday night at 7 the maximum interest on GI Two meetings are being set up those guaranteed by for each division in turn so that The figure takes into account the cash proceeds from farm as well as income in which is the value of products grown and consumed on the and government The information is based on a survey made by the Standard Rate and Data covering the entire Broken down into their chief the gross receipts include from the sale of live estimated at and income from The figures are before de ductions for expenses and The survey is of particular See Page 2 BoyD Widows B Inside vers ofC Lost I exas 21 A ra dioactive capsule that could be very dangerous has been lost in The Department of Public Safety said the capsule was lost off a truck between Huntsville and Sterling William presi dent of thn Internal Pipoline Maintenance of said the capsule was being ship ped from Louisiana to Odessa for use by his firm as a tracing The capsule is inside a silver colored flnt on one which weights about 150 The about the size of a volley is in a padlocked lead 21 boy crawled into a tomb in cemetery on a dare and found an elderly white womans body lying between the rows of Police said she had been strangled 4o and apparently A touch of horror was added to the discovery Sunday when summoned to the scene by the terrorstricken found the body of her small dog lying on a nearby It was surrounded by a strange jumble of small In my opinion she was mur and apparently she also was said the county coroner of the dead Foy Belle Dickson a 75yenrold He ordered an The lightest stroke of chance led to the discovery of the body See Page 2 Sadler To Seek State Land Job PALESTINE Jerry Sadler said today he will run for land commissioner In is serving his third term in thn Texas Before World War he was elected to the Railroad Commis hut resigned after three years to on tor military Sadler lives at Hickory about 20 miles southeast of Pal He maintains a law of fice m b V V loans See Page 12 See Page 2 Next By TOE KANE 21 President Eisenhower and Dem ocratic congressional leaders ex changed weekend accusations on the record of the Democratic controlled The score after the first round Eisenhower is proud of the Republicans and thn American The Democrats are proud of the Senate Democratic leader Lyn don Johnson of Texas accus ed Eisenhower of trying to start a domestic cold He praised the session as one of construc tive The President fired the first volley in a lengthy statement re leased Saturday at his Gettys burffh He blasted the Dem ocrats on spending and other and credited the Repub licans and the public with keep ing them in Ho sairl Congress distorted the shape of his budget in many respects increased public He made it clear he plans to continue his attack on the spending issue when the second session of the 86th Con gress meets in Eisenhower called passage of the labor rontrol bill an import ant step toward labor Its passage should be credited to the outspoken indignation of the American he The President said his biggest disappointments in tMe past ses sion were the refusal of Con gress to increase the interest ceil ing on longterm government bonds and to hold down on pub lic works Congresr over rode his veto of a bill providing for hundreds of public works He said he also was disappoint ed because postal rates were not foreign aid funds were cut and an effective farm pro gram was not worked While praising congressional Republicans and their Eisenhower expressed apprecia tion to members of both parties who have approached in a bi partisan manner most of the matters important to the nations security and the conduct of for eign He also thanked those among the political opposition without whose cooperation our efforts against extravagance and legisla tive excesses would have been in Democratic leaders lost no time in firing Johnson said I resret that the President should wait until Congress has left See Page 12 party write paign The By JACK BELL 21 Pi Senate Democratic Leader Lyndon Johnson of Texas has some political duebills ma turing in January which could make the next session one of Congress Johnson will be under pres sure from the Senates Liberal Democrats to wangle passage of legislation to which they can point as progressive when the delegates sit down to their presidential cam majority who likes to keep to the middle of the has some informal commitments which may bring before the Senate such contro versial subjects as civil minimum wage and school John son himself has proposed a pro gram of 100 million dollars year of government insurance of loans to college Faced with a string of presi dential Johnson was forced to narrow the scope of what the Democrats regard as progressive legislation in the which ended this There is every sign he will ace the same kind of White House opposition in the new session beginning in Johsons attitude is likely to be the same as in the that it is better to create Jaws than to create Whether this course will be politically beneficial to the Democratic leader remains to be When vetoes came de spite his efforts to trim bills back to avoid Johnson lost some political On the other he may have strengthened his appeal to the moderate wing of his par ty which will have a great deal to say about which aspirant Is chosen as the 1960 Democratic presidential Johnson obviously is avail able for that nomination al though he contends vigorously he Isnt running for In this he hardly can afford to he accused of putting any stumbling blocks In the way of other Democratic senators who want to be John Kennedy D would like to enhance his bid for the nomination by obtaining passage of a mini mum wage increase on top of See Page 12 PERSONAL has his personal brand applied to the seat of his jeans by Warren superin tendent of the Jersey Department of the East Texas Fair at Steve watched Nordyke put identifying brands on cattle at the fair and requested a brand for Nordyke obliged by applying the little boys house number to his AP Wirephoto AntiAlcohol And Narcotics Unit Organized A Navarro county Texas Al cohol and Narcotic organization was perfect ed at a countywide massmeet ing of churches at the First Baptist church auditorium Sun day at 3 Richard Scott of Corsicana was named presi A determined campaign is planned by the drys before the October 7 election Albert executive secretary of thn was the inspirational speaker before the crowd esti mated in excess of persons after Corsi cana district superintendent of the Methodist had con ducted the business meeting and had made a number of an The invocation was given by Alex pastor of the First Christian Corsi and president of the min isterial The benedic tion was pronounced by Willie minister of the Blooming Grove Church of McCree said that only a county poll tax or exemption is required to vote in the October 7 election when the question will be submitted as to whether or not fhe jaale of alcoholic bev Page 12 Brief Illness Proves Fatal To Noted Educator 21 Abraham founder and first director of the Institute for Advanced Study nt Prince died today at his home in suburban Falls after a brief He was During his long career as an Flexner helped over haul Americas medical schools and had wide Influence on the development of the modern uni versity system In the United England nnd As n member of the General Education board of the Rocke feller Flexnor chan neled millions of dollars from private philanthropies into edu He is credited with getting John to spend 50 million dollars on the reorganization of American med ical education between 1917 and In 1920 he got B million dollars from Oeorpe Eastman for a medical school at the Unt versity of From still other sources he raised 10 mil lion dollars for Long years of study and teach ing convinced Flexner that the country needed a smalt center See Page 12 SAN 21 UP Premier Khrushchev said today Russia is scrapping 90 per cent of its cruisers and is con centrating on torpedo boats and mine sweep Khrushchev reported this as he sailed down San Francisco Bay aboard a Coast Guard cutter Cresham during the start of his morning In gay good humor he said at one time we are now catching herring with our Soviet cruisers beingscrap he include some which are 95 per cent ready to be com missioned into the Red wearing a gray felt hat to protect his bald head from the showed a bit of temper when a Soviet newsman understood him to say Russia is building the biggest navy in the I did not say he snap If I said that It would sound like some sort of why isnt Russia build Ing the biggest fleet in the a newsman Tell us what the strength of See Page 10 Bohlen Named Special Aide On Red Affairs 21 m now ambassador to the today was named special aasist ant on Soviet affairs to Secre tary of State Christian who is called served for four years until mid 1957 as the ambassa dor in this countrys most trying diplomatic Even the Russians respected him as an expert on Soviet The state departments an nouncement said that while no definite date has been set for Bohlens return to he is expected to assume his new duties here before the end of There was no information on Bohlens Nor wns there any definite word if the veteran career diplomat will accompany President Elsenhow Sce Page 2 HIRING HALL VISIT RUINS TINE TABL Premier Appears Determined To Map Own Plans SAN 21 UP Soviet Premier Khrushchev told a crowd of longshoremen in their San Francisco Hall to day Peace is not I want there to be work a good My impression on visiting America Is that the workers of the United States want peace just as much as the workers of the Soviet Union want he said on a surprise second visit to the First Trip Flop The first time he showed In a selfdeclared break in hia only one man was in the On his return later In the he was greeted on the jstreet corner by Harry president of the International Longshoremens and Warehouse mens The ILWU was kicked out of the CIO for re ported leftwing Also on hand to greet Khrush was Paul head of the Pacific Maritime the shipowners Hundreds Follow Hundreds followed the three as they made a tour of the new modernistic building near Fish ermans Security vir tually disappeared as longshore men pressed closer to the pre mi v The crowd shouted for Khru See 10 For Iraq Plot 21 UP Spectators cheered Iraqs Pre mier Abdel Karim Kassem Sun day as firing squads felled 13 Iraqi army officers and hang men executed four civilians as enemies nf the The executions were the larg est in a single day since the overthrow of the monarchy 14 months ago and were the first to be announced In The army men participated in the abortive revolt at the north ern military headquarters in Mo sul March or were charged with plotting against White House Repeats Plea For Courtesy 21 White House today re newed Provident Eisenhowers appeal to the public for court eous treatment to Soviet Pre mier Nlldta Khrushchev on his The goal of constructive con versations between Khrushchev and President Elsenhower would not be served by any personal discourtesies to the Russian White House Press Sec retary James Hagerty told Hagerty made the comment when asked about Khrushchevs blowup at protesting the treat ment he received in Los Angeles Saturday Khrushchev was angered by Los Angeles Mayor Norrls Poul sons He complained of what he called conscious tortlons of his words and hint ed that if the treatment accord ed him didnt change he might cut short his trip and go home Hagerty told reporters As you know the Presidents basic purpose and desire is to have Chairman Khrushchev sec our country prior to the discus sions of mutual Interest he will See Page 2 umultu y NORMAN WALKER SAN 21 UP Nikita Khrushchev kept his peculiar brand of belligerent diplomacy going full blast at a tumultuous dinner session with a group of questioning Ameri can labor leaders Sunday The Soviet according to the union blew up on at least a half dozen occasions and wound up conceding Our positions are Irreconcil Walter Auto Work ers Union President nnd spokes man for the labor said Khrushchev accused him of being a dictator and a Capital istic I certainly think Khru shchev feels we gave him a very bad time he made that quite Reuther told a jammed news conferci after the three 20 minute private The union men said they blast ed Communism in no uncertain terms and told Khrushchev of American workers devotion to They said Khrushchev defended the Communist system both sides thereupon agreed to Only seven of 29 members of the AFLCIO Executive Council attended the Most never intended to attend and two who did later AFLCIO President George Mcany said from the start he wouldnt be caught dead with Khrushchev and warned Ameri cans not to bo fooled by Khru shchevs peace talk in view of the Soviet record of deceit and James President of the International Union of Elec trical Workers and host for the said the labor leaders at the dinner wanted to tell Khrushchev in private just how much American labor abhors communism and supports Amer ican No effort was made to tone down Reuther although there hud been ad vance word State Department officials wanted to avoid having Khrushchev further irritated on his American Reuther said hia group had received no request for a kid glove ap Khrushchev didnt budge an When asked about the 1950 revolt in suppres sod by Soviet he accused thp revolutionaries of being hooligans and Why is It that Russian work ers have no right to strike a freedom extended workers In this country Khrushchev was His the union men was that Soviet workers have such a but never exercise it according to Khrush their government will take care of at one Reuther stood up and pushing up the back of his displayed the back part of his anatomy and wriggled like a He was talking about the film inghed seen Hollywood of a movie CanCan We dont want to see this kind of he was as Emil board chairman of the textile asked Khrushchev if it werent pos sible to have Socialism without He sort of lost control himself at this Reuther Ho attempted to dismiss It as a stupid question not worthy of He never In the labor group found See Pace 2 L 1 ;