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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - January 10, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER FORECAST Generally fair through Sunday with rising temperatures low tonight near Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 I 1 30 36 42 48 60 51 52 Complete Report OD Market DJHameof the DailySunandSemiWeekly Mornina IW LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AT A GLANCE Most Securities and Commodities Markets Are Closed On AP TELEMATS 186 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS LEADERS FLOYD First Vice South Racial Laws Dealt Double Blows Rejection Due German Peace Offer JACK HOYT Second Vice Treasurer Get Into Corsicana Told By BETTY of new Collins Junior High School cracked Friday hardly any of the 400odd guests at the Chamber of Commerce banquet would have noticed they wore so convulsed in side splitting laughter from the rapidfire witticisms of guest speaker Guests arriving at the modern High TB Death Rate Forecast 10 UPI A hospital executive today predicted deaths from tuberculosis during 1959 despite startling results in treating the There is still one American death from tuberculosis every 30 and a new case every six said Philip executive director of the National Jewish Hospital at Present day how is saving nine out of 10 children who would died of TB 10 years Houtz told miclwestern area delegates to the American Legion Child Wel fare The number of new cases re ported in the each he remains the same in spite of the death rate A legion auxiliary the Eight and helps support the National Jewish a nonsectarian institution provid ing free care to needy tuber culosis new school found the cafeteria Devoid of but Throg morton took the no one had to sit on his hands to keep The annual banquet climaxed Glen Thompsons year as presi dent of the organization and was concluded with Thompsons surrender of the symbolic gavel to incoming President L Bob who will guide the Chambers endeavors in Throgmorton started his audi ence on their rollercoaster ride of fun and frolic with his open ing repartee to Toastmaster Jay Marvin Wolens upon being in troduced with Thank you Jack Earlier in the evening I told this Coca Coca capitalist President Thompson I thought this was another one of those Father and Daughter See Page 8 Call In Kansas Rings Alaska 10 Keith Duckers heard a click on the telephone as he dialed the number of a Salina clothing A voice but II wasnt at the After an exchange of ques Duckers learned he was talking to a man in Fairbanks The telephone company said something had gone wrong in the complicated new longdis tance dialing WARSAW OR PRAGUE SITE MOSCOW IDEA Russians Appear Trying To Force Treaty Meeting 10 officials pre dicted today that the United States will reject Russias pro posal for an EastWest confer ence to write a German peace treaty on Moscows These reacting on the basis of Moscow and Berlin press said the Russians apparently were trying again to force the West into peace talks before there is any agreement between Washington and the Kremlin on how Germany should be The Soviet proposal was an nounced by radio Moscow in its home The Soviet government pro poses the convocation within wo months of a peace confer ence in Warsaw or Prague to examine draft peace treaty with Germany and to draw up and sign en agreed text of the the broadcast The text of the note was not made public In the ADN Com munist News Agency reported that a copy of the note was handed to Red Vice Premier Walter Ulbricht by Soviet Am bassador ADN said Ulbricht praised the Soviet proposals in terms making it clear that they called Bee Page 7 Red Hungary Tries To Halt Refugee Flow Communist Hungary has rein forced minefields and barbed wire entanglements along the IronCurtain frontier of Aus it was disclosed Austrian police said Hungar ian border guards are still ex tending the minefields on the Hungarian side of the frontier and renewing and expanding the barbed wire entanglements Reinforcement of the dead zone along the IronCurtain frontier was regarded by West ern observers here as a new attempt to prevent Hungarians from escaping to The Hungarians have expand ed the minefields to a depth ol 75 feet along the 300mile bor der between Austria and Com munist They erected new barbed wire entanglements on both sides of the minefield Austrian police Communist Hungary recently erected a barbed wire fence across the waters of the Neu sledlersee of which par belongs to Austria and part to Hungarian border guards are said to have been reinforced in the last The numbei of guards stationed on each of the watch towers overlooking See Page S Bomb Threat Causes Mikoyan Plane Search Daniel Forces Rebuff Texas Liberals CHANGES URGED JJV TEXAS PRIMARY ELECTIONS CODE 10 ff rice Daniel urged Texas Demo 3rats today to bolster majority ule in party affairs by pushing or a threepoint legislative pro gram to change the election The in a speech at he State Democratic Execu ive Committees meeting with county suggested hese changes Amend the present laws to provide that a countys delegate itrength to the state conven Castro Moves On Gamblers 10 UPI Cuban rebel leader Fidel Castro said in a television interview today his revolutionary govern ment would not interfere with any legitimate American inter ests in But Castro said that those gangsters operating Havanas gambling casinos do not rep resent the interests of the Unit ed The revolutionary govern ment launched a crackdown on organized sending many professional gamblers and casino owners into flight or hid Gambling circles reported American casino operators Meyer Lansky and George Raft had departed this Rebel troops picked up Nick De Constanzo of New president of the Casino Capri Friday and questioned him for nearly nine hours fore releasing him Friday ihey also seized money bags Wntaining the Capris receipts and sealed all the Capris safe deposit De Constanzo told newsmen after his release that they were looking for collaborators with the Batista government who either influenced or actual ly participated in Havana gam Reports circulated through the city Friday that Fidel Cas tros 26th of July movement planned to interrogate officials and owners of all of Havanas gambling Most of the gamblers promptly dropped out of The government action against the casinos followed denuncia tions of the gamblers by Cas tro and President Manuel Ur Urrutia in his Thursday press conference said his government was opposed to any organized gambling in Cuba he gambling corrupts officials and encourages the narcotics The crackdown on gambling was one of the first acts of the government as it buckled down to Cuban reconstruction follow ing Friday nights pledges of support from the rival rebel fac Castro te hia CBSTV television interview that public opinion had forced peace am unity among the revolutionary He also expressed confidence that the 500 rifles and bullets believed stolen by the revolutionary director ate would be Directorate leader Faure Ciia mont announced his complet support for the CastroUrruti government and said his forces would turn in all Its arms ant Other assurances of suppor pame from the second Nationa Escambray front and from the authentic organization sponsor ed by former President Carlos Prior GETS SECOND TICKET HONOLULU Douglas was stopped by a motorcycle patrolman who gave him a ticket for speeding As Craddick drove the pa trolman saw him flip the ticke out of his car The pa trolman stopped Craddick again escorted him to the police station and charged him with violating the citys litterbug ordinance GEORGIA AMD Enter Judgment On Partition Fortson Estate A judgment subjecting the arflung Fortson Estate to mrtition was entered in dis rict court Judge James Sewell entered the judgment which made the estate subject to partition ac cording to the following inter ests James Thomas 18 Annelle 116 Betty Lou 116 Joe 524 James Edwin 524 Anna Bartlett 18 and Laura Fortson Johns Judge Sewell appointed three commissioners Howell of Kerens and Carl Mirus and R both of According to the 32page judg it does not apply to four pieces of property owned by Fortson heirs Navarro Navarro Hotel D Queen Estate and an insurance According to the judgment James Thomas and See Page 8 Sun May Succeed Mao HONG persisted in Hong Kong today that Sun Yat widow of the founder o the Chinese may suc ceed Mao TsuTung as presi dent of Communist Speculation began a few days after Maos decision to step down from the top governmen post was officially announced last In where the story first ViceChairman Chu Teh was tabbed as Maos prob able but neutral Chinese circles in Hong Kong fell that Sun was a more likely Sun is a sister of Na tionalist Chinas Chiang Her family contacts might lead to the Communists and Nationalists eventually get ting the sources said be based on the total Demo cratic primary vote for the candidates for governor in the first primary preceding election n nonpresidential It is now based on the vote for gov ernor in the general Election of State Demo cratic Executive Committee members in the Democratic pri by senatorial Names of candidates would go on the ballot just as state ate candidates now Election in the primary of irecinct delegates to county They are now nam ed at precinct Point three has been suggest ed before by the Points one and two are recom In other the primary ballot box is used more than any other method to choose political party officers from the precinct on Daniel The precinct and county chairmen in Texas have per haps less to say about top See Page 9 FriendBeats Girl To Injures Three 10 12yearold girl was beaten to death and three oth er children two of them when a man termed a friend of family broke into a South Minneapolis apartmen early Police held Glen 25 a commercial artist and gun on suspicion after one of the victims identified him as their Attendants at General Hos pltal said Pattie died there of a fractured skull abou two hours after be ing beaten with what is be lieved to be a In critica condition with skull fractures and multiple contusions are Page 5 Freud Grandson Needs Analysis 10 Th magistrate gravely considered the unusual behavior of the young man and told him think youd better see a psy The young mans name Michael Freud artist grandson of the found er of Sigmum Magistrate Frank Powell add Having regard to you I think you will see th point of Powell fined Freud Fri day for careless It was the artists 16th motoring con Solon Asserts Public In Given Fiction 10 UPI John Moss D of the House Informa ion subcommittee charged to day the government is ubstituting Madison avenue iction for the necessary Moss said that as a result the American people are losing an informed criticism of their national The right to criticize is useless un ess the criticism is based on full and factual he The lawmaker said what the American people dont know already has hurt He said the hurt will go deeper and deeper until the people act reaffirm their right to Moss spoke at the University of Arizona after receiving the Universitys John Peter Zenger Freedom of the Press He said his subcommittee hat been able to cut away part o the dense tangle restricting thi peoples access to public infor mation about their government re But he said the remov exposed a veritable See Page 8 Claims Budget Data Leaked To Lobbyists 10 President Elsenhowers Budge Bureau was accused today bj Clarence Cannon of leaking 1960 budget infor mation to Cannon is chairman of the House Appropriations Commit tee which initiates budget legis lation and which has not ye1 received details of the budge for the year starting next July he said In an the Budget Bureau is leaking like a sieve and is providing the departments in formation which is being given to the lobbyists for big spend As an example of what he Cannon said he had in formation that school officials and some farm group leaders have been tipped that funds available for education and farm programs during the com ing year will be cut The he is that members of Congress are re ceiving complaints Tho lobbyists presumably have re layed their leaked Information to community leaders who in turn are complaining to Con Cannon said it was incon sistent for President Eisenhow er to call upon Congress to be thrifty and to hold down spend ing while at the same time the downtown departments appar See Page B 10 UP The itate Democratic Executive Committee quickly slapped down oday an attempt to reopen the ontroversy over two members anied at the stormy San An onio state convention in Sep Point Overruled As soon as the roll had been Albert Ball of Houston raised a point of order that names of Bernard Lif shutz of San Antonio and hloe Armstrong of Waco had ecn illegally dropped from the roster of Committee Chairman Jim Lindsey delayed ruling on the point of order until after he de Ivered a brief welcome speech Then he asked for comment from other committee members Billy Goldberg of Houston said he thought this was an op portunity for the committee to get something straight once and for No Alternative If this point of order is over ruled it is placing the sanction of this committee on the selection of the committee members solely to those h See TEXAS Page 8 At Least 200 Spain Disaster 10 Troops and civil guardsmen searched in the mud and rub ble of Rlvadelago today for vic tims of Spains worst disaster of the The tiny mountain village of some 500 inhabitants was swal lowed and destroyed early Fri day morning by waters of a dam which Engineers of the hydroelectric company which maintained the dam were out In force to find the cause of he Newsmen and photographers were hindered by the troops and Officials in charge of rescue work refused to give any estimate of the number of persons who had One official source said there were 200 survivors out of tho 500 Another said there were Even the second figure meant there wore 200 or more dead or The government announced in Madrid early today after a Cab inet meeting that so far there were 15 dead and nearly 100 The announcement ad mitted for the first how that tho dam had burst and not overflooded as Fridays newspapers had been directed to Private rescue workers said they believed it would be days before the full death toll is mown because of the number of bodies being found under the See Page 5 10 Soviet Deputy Premier Anastas Vlikoyan took off today for San rancisco on a United Air Lines plane from an airport bristling vith police and detectives after i telephoned bomb threat on Russian officials The plane was air borne at 1 Threat Phoned The threat was made by a nan who spoke in broken Eng ish and identified himself as a He told Harry an airline official That flight that Mikoyan is to take from the airport will lever leave the It will blow up Mikoyan and his in cluding Soviet Ambassador to the United States Mikhail originally were to lave boarded a plane which left Boston for Chicago this morn But a change from the BostonChicago plane to a fresh one was made and eight passengers who came on the flight from the were Fifty other in cluding the Russian Page 5 Walter Facing Double Fight Against Probe IB Francis Walter was faced to day With a twopronged drive to abolish his House commit tee on UnAmcrlcan Activities In one James Roosevelt urged the House to abolish tho committee and transfer its work to the Judiciary Roosevelt told newsmen his resolution offered a simple so lution to questions raised by the Supreme Court about the committees operating authori He said the plan was nol aimed at halting House investi gations of But Walter said proposal would kill such inves Walter also struck back at e petition urging elimination ol the committee which appearec In a Washington newspaper this He said In a House speech that the advertisement hit a New Harris Bill Would Bar Dump Natural Gas TugOfWar Due By CHARLES congressional tugof war over federal regulation of natural gas producers appears in the Oren Harris has made the first move toward set ting off such a He lost no time in introducing in the new Congress another bill to exempt producers from utility type Author or coauthor of simi lar bills in the two of which got through Congress only to meet presidential Harris Isnt predicting the chances of the newest On that point he will say only that he is hopeful it will be considered and that he is going to do all he can to get it The bill is the with one as the Harris bill that cleared the House Commerce of which Harrig is in the last Congress and then died on the House The change is the ad dition of a provision to give the Federal Power Commission reg ulation over certain direct sales of gas to industrial users not now This change in the bill from that reported in the last Con gress would prohibit socalled uneconomic offpeak or dump sales from being made at rates lower than comparable rates fixed by the Federal Power Commission on sales of gas for resales Harris The additional provision re portedly was worked out last year with representatives of the coal and gas industries to make the legislation more acceptable to members of Congress from coal producing One Capitol Hill source said it had been planned to offer the provision as an amendment when and if the 1957 bill came up for debate In the But the bill never was called About that time a furore arose over a a plate Repub lican found raising dinner in which wag billed as an appreciation affair for Joseph Martin then the Republican leader in the It came out that the invita tions suggested Martin could muster Republican votes for the Martin disclaimed any know ledge of any connection between the dinner and support of the John Harman a member of the House Com merce said ha thought the additional provision in the new bill should remove of the major opposition we faced last year when we See GAS Page 8 See Page B Hofia Cancels Meeting Call 10 UPI Teamster Preslden James Hoffa today called off an election convention schedul cd for March 16 to 18 In Chicago to shako off his unions court appointed watchdog Hoffa said a tangle of pend ing court cases involving tin convention would prevent loca unions from electing delegates the required 90 days before the INVOLVED School Board At Little Rock Gets Orders To Act By United Press International The Souths racial policies vere dealt a double blow today jy Federal judges who declar ed segregation of a Georgia col ego unconstitutional and or lered Little Rock officials to iroceed with the integration of closed public Three negro women who tried to break down segregation bar at the Georgia State col ege In Atlanta won a clearcut victory with a decision by District Judge Boyd Sloan that had been prevented from nrolllng by discriminatory prac ices at the Bonrd Is Silent The Little Rock school board was ordered by Judge John Miller to take affirmative steps on its own initiative to ntegrato Central High closed since September overtha integration Board offi cials declined to say what steps would be The two cases closed out a week of significant developments n the running civil rights con Following a ruling by Federal Judge Frank Hooper in Atlan ta Friday that local transit seg regation was negroeg announced a mass meet ing for Tuesday for the pur pose of giving further Inslynio ttbns7 and liber ation movement which had pushed tho transit case saldths See Paga 5 Admiral Says Carrier Will Be Busy Ship NEW supercarrler Independence was offici ally commissioned fighting ship of tho Navy today at the Brooklyn Navy Arlelgh chief of told tho assembled officers and men of the mighty carrier that the In dependence will be a busy ship the flay of American friendship in ports of the tho ready to do her duty In support of American policies Also on hand at commission Ing ceremonies wore Navy Sec retary and Thomas Gates sponsor of the fourth of The Forrestal Class presented the commissioning Burke said that quickly maneuverable power would con tinue to play an Important part In this countrys plans to back up smaller nations struggling to assert their freedom and to take their rightful place as in dependent nations in a peaceful Ho said that during the Leb anese crisis last summer our aircraft carriers of the Sixth See Page 5 PRESIDENT ADDRESSES ident Eisenhower delivers his state of the un ion message to a Joint session of Congress In Vice President Nixon and House Speaker Rayburn are seated behind AP Wirephoto   

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