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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - January 12, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Tuesday with no important temperature Thermometer Reading 8 9 10 11 12 1 j 1 51 51 59 64 66 68 1 70 Complete Weather Report on Market Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Morning liAhtfl LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW 12 profit governments New Orleans buying CHICAGO WheatIrregular mixed influ scattered liquidation light 50 cents lower top steers steady to 50 cents higher top 50 AP TELEMATS 187 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Johnson Forces Slap Down New Filibuster Move 2r ft 3f 2r 2f r Eisenhower And Mikoyan Will Talk Saturday NO UNIT FIXED FOR DISCUSSION West Is Hopeful Meet To Break Berlin Deadlock 12 UPI President Eisenhower will meet with Deputy Soviet Pre mier Anastas Mikoyan Satur day to discuss the Berlin crisis and other EastWest Secretary of State John Pos ter who conferred with the Kremlin leader when he first arrived for his current also will sit in on the con At White House emerging fiom his informal talks with told newsmen there will be His meeting with Eisenhower will be held in the Presidents White House Press Sec retary James Hagerty said it is scheduled to begin at 9 a but that he had no idea how long it would last be cause the President has fixed no time limit on the Schedule Changed now in Los Angeles at the tag end of his crosscoun try goodwill had planned to return here next But his return visit apparently was moved up by two days to permit him to make a flying visit to He has expressed in terest in visiting the sunshine state before returning to Mos Hagerty said in announcing Saturdays White House meet ing that others beside the Pres doubtedly would He sSid See Page 2 Red Oiiicial Puts Hollywood On Itinerary LOS 12 Soviet Deputy Premier Anastas Mikoyan takes time out today in his goodwill tour to visit a movie He will tour Paramount stu dios today where a reception will be held for him after a vis it to the campus of the Uni versity of California at Los Angeles and a luncheon as guest of the World Affairs Discusses Issues Sunday in a discussion of cold war issues he called for a mutual withdrawal of and Russian troops from Ger If the West does riot want men perhaps it could withdraw one third at and subsequently with draw others in Mikoyans threeday viwsit to Los Angeles began His plane was prevented from land ing at International airport be cause of heavy fog and had to make an unscheduled landing at Lockheed Air Terminal in See Page 2 to withdraw all its Mikoyan Symington Challenges Nixon On Space Plans 12 UPI Stuart Syming ton today challenged Vice President Richard M Nixon to make public a per centage comparison of and Soviet ballistic missile strength by the end of this or he will do so former air secre tary in the Truman administra based his challenge on published report that Nixon ha said this country is now aheat of Russia in development of ballistic Nixon was stood to have made it known he believes rapidly the United States is gaining on Russia LAST MINUTE House of Representatives and Carrie make last minute changes on the House voting machine as time drew near for the Legislature to Speakership Battle rather than being ahead in th space and that the gap1 is much narrower than general ly For that Nixon is said to be ready to fight Democratic moves to increase the new defense Symington told the Senate he does not know a single impar tial expert in the missile field See Page 10 i By WELLINGTON LONG 12 UPI The Soviet afraid the whole of Germany would turn antiCommunist if given a seeks to win international recognition of the Communist state jn East Ger That is the sum of most thoughtful opinion after study of the Soviet note and draft German peace treaty sent to 28 governments last Want Fears Allayed At the same it is be lieved the Russians have sought to play down the Berlin situation in hopes of ending the Western sense of crisis about the former German But the Soviets have not with drawn one iota from their posi tion that the British nnd French military garrisons in West Berlin must leaving it defenseless and sur rounded by Soviet and East G er m a n Communist The major longrange aim of f both Soviet moves is the per petuation of the division of Ger many and international tion of that including acceptance of Communist Bast1 To Open 12 09 Ground rules for Tuesdays floor battle between Waggoner Carr of Lubbock and Joe Board of Kerrville for House speakei will be worked out at a meeting Boost Burkett wants to make certain the election will be by secret a procedure Room Rates has been followed in the rates at Memorial Hos when the key House post were raised at the Jan Huddle meeting of the Navarro Carr said today that hospital board Sunday sentatives from his camp 2 following a survey from Burketts will huddle at a time not yet conditions and the 1958 re nitely to see if they All wards and regular agree on were upped per day As it stands Secretary for the eight deluxe State Zollie Steakley will which are raised The he House to order Tuesday are February 12 the members will The December and annual sworn and the battle were he speakership will begin of Miss Florence The matters to be social on a part ed out include number and and hourly basis for re tion of nominating speeches of charity cases for two other was The pay Major be per hour plus mile This contest and the some question of state cost of operation of were the top topics being hospital plus needed repairs cussed as lawmakers and the raise that places ists and just plain citizens rates here more in line with ered in the capitol and of similar institutions in own hotels for the opening section as revealed in a he 56th session Board members said The first hotlycontested a curtailment of ser See Page Page 10 iar Vote By Germans Germany as a sovereign and East Europeans is believed prefer life in free West Switch to suffering under The until four at agreed with the deep within the draft western powers that a peace treaty could be signed only with a reunited The dispute then was as to peace treaty which Moscow proposed this weekend is the following paragraph of reuniting the will support with But about 18 months its resources the repatriation Soviets began a subtle their homelands of citizens It became quite apparent the allied and associated Deputy Premier Anastas who were forced by the Mikoyans visit to West into many last when he this treaty ever is Chancellor Conrad Russians could be expected Russia no longer had any demand the right to send tention of discussing commissions into refugee camps of West Ger It has been estimated to try to sell refugees on are Communist joys of living in Soviet Rus members in East probably only a portion of Soviet authorities did would remain loyal if other in going through portunities were refugee camps on three oc The remainder of the in 1955 and 000 people left in East if Soviet experience in many about of them is any scale for com West every week the Russians wont would vote antiCommunist much The Soviet iven the They were met by angry heir true feeling during throwing rotten eggs abortive uprising in the Reds entered the re Want The Soviet Union also still West Germany fig Louis Firm Given Contract For Capsule UPI The National Aeronaut Ics and Space Administration NASA today ordered McDon nell Aircraft Louis to build the first space to carry a man into an orbit around the The work is expected to take at least two informed of ficials The space agency said that the manned satellite would cost more than 15 million McDonnell will develop and build the It was selected from among 12 companies who submitted bids in Negro Golfers Get Review TEXAS VIOLENCE TAKES HEAVY TOLL ON WEEKEND By The Associated Press Weekend violent deaths claim ed at least 19 lives in Texas with traffic accidents accounting for 10 of the The count began at 6 m Friday and ended at midnight Four teenagers were killed and two others injured when a Negro Woman Fatally Hurt Late Saturday First traffic death in Navarro county for 1959 was recorded in Corsicana at when Cleo negro woman was pronounced dead on arrival at Memorial The woman is reported to have been struck by an auto mobile in the 400 block on North Third A Griffin ambulance answered the A 20yearold negro identified as Reuben East surrendered to the pollen Sunday Hfj wiis quot ed by officers as saying thai he was so afraid he left the scene of the accident and drove his car to Me Later in the day he was transferred by the city po See Page 10 urns in u favorably with collec A powerful rocket booster probably an Atlas tic made by previous delinquent tax In a brief session the courl hurl the manned satellite or space capsule into Past authorized County Judge Kenneth Douglas to advertise See Page Page 10 IBC went through 1958 without a single traffic fatality as compared to three in and the number of persons In Family Ruling Upheld 12 in auto accidents dropped an endoftheyear report by the city police department Slain UP The Supreme Court for the year note A 40yearold man hacked his day approved a lower court antitrust judgement against injured in traffic mishaps in 1958 as compared to and two of his four children to death at their home early International Boxing Sheriff Luther Hodges which ordered the the last three The IBC operates mainly in New York and It the police department Investigated 102 accidents involving 205 one dead were identified as Ruth 37 8 and arenas in those two The vote sustaining the decree in its entirety was 5 to one parking one and two ditches in Harry came here from with Justice Tom couple of cars about six months speaking for the Justice Potter new on the bench this did not damage resulting from the accidents was estimated by police investigators is a technical writer for the Vlartln at Sheriff Hodges said Higgins for the last quarter be charged with Three justices thought part of the decree against the a statistical review prepared by Bill reporter for the Orlando Evening ask have been set records and court him why he killed his wife They were Justices John children and reported Hig Felix Frankfurter Chief said Its a long Charles the report which Just check with the Clark said if some of police either Issued been chasing me for antimonopoly moves that made arrest for 100 been ordered prove so in connection few minutes later he said as to require 102 FBI suspected him of hav IBC can apply to the persons were jailed Communist The Mar court later for a softening while Intoxicated makes missiles for de the CITY Page 43Year Old Grandmother Held In Find Stolen Baby By DAN of the child three years Her oldest NEW bloodtype and a married died last A baby girl kidnaped checked with hospital Another Francis hospital nursery 2 12 hours They checked out father of er her birth 10 days ago childs children of his is pres found alive and well an in a Brooklyn A 43year old own identification a next oldest child is mother was arrested for the he had noticed above said some of them are in girls left eye In his Even after the child had glimpse of her after Child Herg positively identified as FBI said lavarone Lisa Rose police spent 15 minutes employed in the accounting the Jean Peters to of a Brooklyn de mother of eight conlinued to insist that she baby was and then wreathed in to Chief of Detec given birth to the infant good news to his James Leggett said they tended in the Brooklyn She had been sent no evidence that she had ment where she and the the hospital last week under psychiatric treat were the crying of other at any Police Get the sight of their insisted the infant was Police and FBI agents had been too much own outofwedlock covered the infant early to The couple has named an alleged day evening after a an police said medical exam ip to police directed them of lavarone shows ier In the face said has been no birth nine the womans calm had had eight The blood types of car overturned late Sunday night in Killed were Leslie Anthony 14 Cloman Bonner 17 Joe Earl and Sammie Sherrodj all of Other deaths included Harry Covington was found shot to death Sunday in a house on tne Guadalupe Bert Kirk of Cuero said she found Putman shot in the right temple with a shotgun lying A verdict is pending fur ther Grady ONeal was shot to death Sunday in a fight at a Dallas Police sought a man who fired a pistol shot See Page 10 Jackson Tax Pact Renewed At Court Meet commissioners court In regular session Monday morn ing the contract of tax ausjr for not to exceed 33 per cent of the collections of de linquent In appearing before the Jackson told commissioners that member of his firm would dedicate much of his time in the coming year to filing tax Jackson told the court that collections made since he be came delinquent tax attti t 12 UPI Supreme Court agreed to day to examine a test case In which six negroes were convict ed under a stale trespass law when they tried to play golf on a public course at Greensboro The six were sentenced to 30 days in jail as the result of a incident at the Gil lespie Park Golf The coun will hear arguments on their appeal and hand down a written opinion later this The negroes were arrested after they paid 75 cent green fees and started out on the course despite orders to leave The once cityoperated was leased by Greensboro so thai it could be operated as a public but not municipal course for use by whites In another civil rights casd the court refused to hear a Sa negro womans challenge of racial segregation in federallyaided public hous Queenie Cohens ap peal was turned down in a briei Lower federal courts had ruled that from a technical standpoint she had no right to The court also to examine the valid ity of a Los Angeles city ordi nance makes it a crime for a bookseller to have an ob scene his possession who appealed his 30day sentence under the law contended it is unconstitutional Sne page 2 Lone Star Gas Negroes Demand Hearing Opens Schools Reopen At Little Rock LITTLE 12 attorney for gro students seeking to attend Little Rocks four closed high schools asked today for a three judge court to open the schools Wiley a Pine negro filed a complaint with the Federal Dis trict Clerks Office asking Fed eral District Judge John Mil ler to call for a threejudge court to advance the case on its docket and to declare two state antiintegration laws un It will be up to Chief Justice Archibald Gardner of the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals at Louis to name the threejudge court after the complaint Is re layed to him by Judge The two laws passed by the Legislature last August author ized Orval Faubus to close schools faced with integra tion and to withhold funds from any school district where schools are The complaint will be consid ered by Judge Miller next Sat ORDER District Court Clerk Grady Miller puts his official stamp at Littla on Judge John Millers or der directing the Little Rock school board to proceed with In The schools have been closed by order of Orval Faubus and the order does not speir integration should bb AP On Price Hike 12 per cent of a requested 10 cent like in natural gas rates to distribution companies is need ed because of the price increase of gas in the the Lone Star Gas said The companys general coun Warren Collins of started the testimony in a liearing before the Railroad Director Me ntosh of the commissions Gas Jtllitles Division is conducting he Mclntosh told several cities represented that the hearing would be postponed until a lat er date after Lone Star Gas presented its He said would be no cross exami The cities for iddltional timo after company presents its case to further study Lone Stars Ninety per cent of the 10 cent increase asked for or nine cents is brought about by the ncreased average field cost of fas alone since Collins The remaining one cent s due to increases in ahor and tax He said gas cost the company See GAS Page 2 NORTON PLAN IS DUE NEXT BY LIBERALS Texans Formula Still Expected To Be Approved 12 The Senate today voted down a proposal to let filibusters against civil rights bills and other measures be cut off by vote of a bare majority of the The defeated proposal was of fered by Paul Douglas in behalf of a coalition of Northern and Western sen ators fighting a formula spon sored by Democratic Leader Lindon Johnson By Bare Majority The Douglas plan would have permitted a majority of the or 50 of the 98 o halt a filibuster after 15 Under present it takes the votes of 66 or two thirdg of the to shut off debate and force an issue to a Johnsons which has he support of other Senate eaders of both would allow filibusters to be choked off by twothirds of the sen atora present and With the defeat of the Doug as its supporters ilanned to throw their strength lehind an amendment under See Page 3 IfegertySiip Trips For Ike Noi Definite UPI The White House said roday possible trips abroad by Eisenhower this year are under continuing consldera but that no definite plans were before the chief exccu Ive for Press Secretary James iagerty was asked about week end reports that the president was considering a trip to Lon don and then might continue on That news to he re The press secretary reminded that the iresident several times had pub icly expressed a desire to visit even though there waa nothing in the way of planning or such a trip in In response to a Hagerty said an Eisenhower rip in connection with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization was always under considera The 10th anniversary of NATO will be observed beginning In There have been reports Elsenhower might use this as n occasion to visit NATO head quarters In Conceding that a trip to NATO was always a matter of general consideration at the White Hagerty said that at the present there is nothing See Page 2 Castro Courts Work Nonstop See Page 10 Courls of revolutionary justice operated almost nonstop throughout Cuba con demning to death the war criminal followers of ousted Dictator Fulgencio Rebel Commander Fidel Cas ro said in a televised speech Sunday two or three dozen Batista followers had thus far been executed but he promised none would die without a Hundreds Face Trial In in extreme East rn one revolutionary court alone today began the summary trials of 320 Batista Fourteen courts were n operation in Camaguey to de cide the fate of 200 some of them military Fortytwo civilians and mili tary men were held by the Bu reau of Investigations In Hav ana and rtew suspects were ar riving constantly to swell the 1st of those awaiting Tourists Returning Despite reports of a wave of summary executions reported n the Interior of Havana was quiet and American tour returned to Cuba in The tourists were assured of peaceful vacation when rebel factions burled the hatchet thia weekend and began dissolving the rival organizations that for a time threatened the authority of Castro empty for were beginning to fill up air lines reported many flights from Miami filled to near capa city as the tourists seized the opportunity to survey the revolutionary battleground though most of the fighting took place In Eastern The gambling places were still but gambling also will resume when the revolu tionary government can find what it calls responsible busi nessmen to run the It said the former gambling crowd was Find Moss Graven Along with the tourists thou sands of exiles were Among those coming In Sunday were Fidel Castros sister Em ma from Mexico and Cubana Airlines pilot who thought Armando Pledro It better to exile himself in Madrid than return to Havana when Rebels hijack ed his In San Castro forces reported the discovery of a mass grave containing the bodies of persons allegedly killed by the Batista regime for suspected revolutionary Luis rebel military commander of the San Cristo bal sugar said 14 bodies were found in one grave and that rebel soldiers were digging In the area to see if there were other such Castro appeared ready to compromise with Cuban ele ments which depend upon the gambling Industry for their but he refused to budge from his stand that pro fessional gamblers get out of Gambling can return to but only If run by re spectable businessmen and not by police and the he Both Castro and provisional President Manuel Urrutia hava consistently denounced the pre sent Las Vegas gambling crowd on three counts the Las Vegas gamb lers came to terms with rebelhated Dictator Fulgencio organized gambling corrupts public ayndlcate often are associated narcotics operationl with See Page 2   

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