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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - January 28, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                4 f THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Mostly cloudy through Thursday warmer tonight and Thermometer Readings 8 9 I 10 11 i 12 1 41 43 45 48 50 51 52 Complete Weather Report on Market HJHomeof the Daily Sun and SemiWeekly LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW coppers governments commission house buying profit CHICAGO Slightly lower slow commercial lower scattered Oats steady light to 50 cents lower top steers steady to 50c lower top AP TELEMATS 201 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Congress Given 20Poinf Labor Reform Program ftftftftftftftftft tf 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 Ike Denies Rift With Chief Justice Warren RED RULINGS ARE BLAMED BY WRITER Progress J On Missiles Is Held Remarkable By SIERRIMAN SMITH 28 The New York Her aid Tribune reported today thai the oncewarm relationship be tween President Eisenhower aric Chief Justice Earl Warren has become cold and Eisenhower at a news confer ence denied the story as irre He said he knew of no personal rift whatever be tween himself and Warren Can Talk He said if the chief justice had any criticism of his conduct of the Warren was capable of telling him The story by Robert Dono chief of the Herald Tri bunes Washington at tracted high interest The President spoke gravely and swiftly when asked about Donovan is the author of a gemiofficial account of the Ei senhowers first four years in the White House and is closely familiary with the Presidents official His front page story said that the EisenhowerWarren relation See Page 9 7j7 p vj j 7ff Eisenhower Is Eager To Hake Trip To Mexico 28 President Eisenhower today he is eager to visit Mexico but he is not certain when he can make such a The President made the state ment at a news conference after It was reported that he is con sidering a trip to Mexico in the relatively near Eisenhower told reporters he would like to make the T and to confer with the visit new Lopez He nothing definite has been He pointed out that Eisenhower could not ac company him if he went in February because she has many engagements next If the President decides to It probably would be an in formal weekend trip rather than a fullfledged state The and Mexican governments were said to be holding dis cussions on the Informed sources said the President was more likely to visit a lowlying such as the seaside resort of than Mexico The Mexican capital is on a plateau feet above sea a height prob ably prohibitive to persons with a history of heart KING RECOVERING Denmark UP Frederik IX has nearly recovered from the minor rup ture of a lung caused last Christmas Eve by a violent coughing The 50yearold monarch has been out of bed for a week and Tuesday took 4 his first drive through the Chou Raps Yugoslavia In Moscow Talk SCARED BUT THIRTY7 CENTS drinks soda pop purchased by Harris County Sheriff Deputy Danny after the youngster was found in an auto which po ice chased sometimes at speeds of 115 miles an hour over Hous Lewis a neighbor of the was charged with auto theft and told newsmen he did not know why gave the boy 30 centsand invited him for the AP Wire photo Labor Union Bill Set For Hearing 28 A bill designed to disclose the finan ial operations of labor unions ecame today the first major measure to be set for public hearing before the George chair man of the Labor ailed a hearing for 9 next Wednesday on the bill he in roduced It would make each union local have its unds audited annually and vould prohibit the use of union ues for political Speaker Waggoner Carr ap tointed Truett Latimer of bilene to head a committee to nvestigate the practices involv d in electing a Can aid he hoped the commit ea vould work immediately and eport back within two The committee would form he ground rules before candl ates for the 1961 speakership iust begin drumming up sup Doyle Willis of Fort Worth introduced a bill to give ublic school teachers five days ick leave as now pro ided in some Enabling legislation for month pensions to Texas dangers who do not qualify un See Page 10 Allow Lawyer To Make Bond In Theft Case 28 Sam former mayor of was released under bond today after spend ing the night in jail on charges of burglary and felony Hoover was released shortly before District Judge Ed Dug gan was to have begun a habeas corpus Hoover was charged before Justice of Peace Ragan with the burglary of the Hous ton sport shop April 14 and the theft of pistols valued at from the The Pasadena lawyer said two pistols were in his car after his arrest Police also arrested two of Hoovers clients and held them for questioning in a jewelry burglary at Hoover was among three other men and two women arrested See Page 3 Say Atlas Firing Routine CAPE Defense Department said an atlas mis sile that thundered into the skies last night on a spectacular high trajectory flight accom achieved most of the Air Force objectives and flew its pro grammed There was no indiation that the nose cone had been retriev ed from the South To reporters who watched the plished its mission although the missiles engines fell short of some test seemed to burn longer even than Donald the launching which put an commander of the missile test ing told reporters the fir ing of the 100ton Atlas was a perfectly routine The Atlas was not intended to fly the full mile range of an This one was sched uled to go between and 800 The Atlas firing Tuesday night was so spectacular and its up ward climb into the skies so Atlas into orbla But in reply to a query from United Press Yates said the shot was a per fectly routine test in the Atlas ICBM We didnt attempt anything other than It was not an attempt to go to the moon or anything like Yates Meanwhile men studied secret data on the the first since steep that speculation arose Atlas intended to go to whether the United States put up another unannounced t ehot for the moon or another But Yates firmly sat on the budding The Defense Department said that on the basis of early telej miles fizzled only 200 miles after Tuesday nights firing was The glowing 80foot high missiles climbed graceful ly from a special extension of the ICBM launching pad on bored through two separate low hanging cloud Its flamespurting rocket eng ines were visible in the dusk for a full six and a far longer than even the Atlas which boosted Americas talking satellite into orbit It curved off in more easter ly direction than the course of any other Atlas observed oy vet eran birdwatchers Sources said the arc was plan ned to send the 100ton missile much higher than the 800mile maximum height attained on usual Atlantic Missile Range but only to miles down the longitudinal far short of the fullrange ICBM capability of miles or The Air Force at the time of blastoff said only that it was another in a series of Atlas re search and development It was learned that these tests are designed to solve reentry to make the Atlas more reliable and bathed in the fluoand to reduce the weight in metry the test of atlas irescence of huge 28 UPI Chinese Communist Premie Chou EnLai said today Ameri can Imperialists and Yugo slavia were trying to disrup the unity which exists between his country and the Sovie in a message of greet ings to todays session of the 21st Communist Party Congress said Red China anc other Communist countries wil unwaveringly advance with a firm step along the highway of He said the forces of the socialist camp are growing and the day is not far off when Socialism will gain the victory over Capitalism in the world Chou spoke as a fraternal lelegate to the huge ng of the worlds Communist He is head of the Chinese Communist delegation which is attending the meet Chinese Communist Party eader Mao TseTung did not show He is the only top ranking Communist leader out side of Yugoslavias Marshal Tito who is not Chous message of greetings the Soviet came 24 hours after the opening speech by See Page 3 House Warned Talks On Red Terms Danger WASHINGTON 28 President Eisenhower said today he favors talks with Russia if they hold promise of eading toward solution of dif He told his news conference that any talks that deal fruit ully with SovietAmerican dif ferences would be The Presidents statement came as Secretary of Stale John Foster Dulles warned in testi mony before the House Foreign Affairs Committee that blind ac ceptance of Russias terms would merely make it probable that the cold war would end in victory for international Commu It would be said to be or into measures which far from ending the present dan merely increase Eisenhower told reporters the See Page S Hawaii Given More Support 28 UPI Chairman Francis Walter of the House lommittee on UnAmerican Activities said today statehood vould give Hawaiian the pow to smash Communistdomi lated labor unions in the is Appearing on the final day of House Committee hearings on Walter threw his veight behind bills to make Hawaii the 50th state of the Given the kind of machinery of I predict the grip on the entire economy of the islands now in the hands of Communists will be Walter State To Widen Highway 22 West Response Slow To Solicitors For Prize Cash A campaign to raise to finance premium awards for he first annual Navarro Court Youth Exposition here in March had not quite reached the halfway mark a check up of workers in the drive The check up session was slat ed for 10 but most work ers in the drive telephoned in heir reports of contributions rather than bring them in to the hamber When a tabula had been made of the gifts the total stood at It is likely that Lin exposition general and Glen finance committee will call or another progress report by early next The opening exposition will be held at the Corsicana fair jrounds On March 13 and 14 and s open to any regularly enrolled 4H Club mem ber of Navarro The youth exposition will in clude these classifications Boys and girls club steer show with two classes light calves and heavy with prize money of and ourth through tenth place prize money of Calves udged first and second In each of the two classes will com pete for grand champiori prizo of reserve champion of See Page 10 Seminude Boy Found Hanged Near His Home 28 body of a 12yearold naked from the waist was found hanging from troo Tuos day night two hours after his jarents had reported him miss NEXT THURSDAY ON LOCAL ROAD PROJECTS Hearings on a number of pro posed highway construction job and extensions including a by pass to the east of Corsicana 01 Interstate the Internationa traffic will be hek Bank Jack resident stat highway Wednesda said he would conduct the pub lie hearings on five proposal and everyone interested along with the general public Is in The hearings are for the pur pose of reviewing the proposec construction of these roads In addition to the hearing 01 the bypass to the cast of Cor sicana which will include over others will include Police Chief Sidney Jones said Harold Hinnies was possibly by a sex only son of and Robert was found hanging from a limb in a clump of holly trees behind the family The rest of the young sters clothing lay about 10 feet Jones said autopsy would e We have to ssume that it was a he But ho ndd d that facial discloration usual y caused by hanging was not Investigators said the boys eet were touching the ground when the body was A length of clothesline was loop id about the The a truck driver for an electric utility said he had moved his family to the lome only three days Hurried Oil Imports Probe government ordered today a hurryup investigation of oi Imports as possible forerun ncr of mandatory controls a month The Office of Civil Defense Administration announced the investigation under a nationa security amendment attached to tho trade agreements act fasl The oil companies and oth ers Interested were allowed only 30 days to submit Some government informant said privately they understood the inquiry was mainly a pro cedural clearing the way for direct government curbs or the Importation of crude oil and petroleum Attempts to restrain the in flow of foreign petroleum by voluntary means have boon in operation for but a Cabi net committee headed by Secre lary of Commerce Lewis Strauss has been conducting an inten sive study of complaints thai the voluntary system is failing See Page 9 Mexico Denies Border Troops MEXICO 28 UPI The Defense Ministry has denied Guatemalan charge that Mexico is concentrating troops and heavy weapons in tho Guatomalan border Tho Navy Ministry announced simultaneously that a gunboat and a Coast Guard cutter have boon assigned to protect Mexi can fishermen in the area where Guatemalan warplanes strafed Mexican fishing boats The dispute touched off by the air attack led last weekend to a break In relations between the two Man Wears 200th Sleepless Hour Under Watch Disc Jockey Medical Rarity By ROBERT I man has been under 24hour psy NEW 28 observation for over a young and comparatively un known disc jockey stands today on the threshold of an unmatch ed medical achievement 200 sleepless hours under constant scientific Doctors and psychiatrists who have been watching and helping him fight off think Peter is a medi cal They also admire him for his driving Without they nothing could have kept his eyes open so Tripps personality has chang ed what seemed like another publicity stunt into an interest ing scientific There has never been such a study made says Louis Jolyon director of psychiatry for the University of Oklahoma Medical This Every every at titude during this great stress formation he might gain would be worth the uncomfortable pub lic has been noted There is Wests endorsement brought nothing we havent the Air Forces surgeon gen We know him through represented by a noted And Ill tell you somePrologst rora Waiter Roed hes a who plays records night ly for three hours over radio sta tion started it all by Army Institute of Harold The Cornell Medical School and the Albert Einstein Institute and saying he would stay awake 200 8ot Permission to make some hours to draw attention to the tests March of Dimes campaign for Tripps 200 hours8 12 days he would at EST spend his time in a glassenclos ed recruiting booth in the heart of garish Timos Doctors drew back when asked Even If he falls short of this West and Williams know of no one else who has gone as long as Tripp without to supervise the sloc minutebyminute has studied the strange effects of sleep was inter ested but He came to New York and spent two days talking to Tripp before deciding the What does it matter What do you gain from watching a man stay awake See planned fourlane pave ment on Highway 75 from First avenue in Corsicana including an under pass at the to a point near Briar creek and connect ing with Interstate 45 neai where the by pass to the east of Corsicana will farmmarket road from Enihouse east to intersect Interstate 45 south of of Farm Road 1394 southwest of Richland near Rushing to Freestone county completing the loop into Worlham with a short gap the farmmarket 56 northwest of Blooming Grove to the NavarroEllls county Enrollment In Schools Gains Enrollment in Corslcanas 13 public schools for the spring semester shows a slight increase over enrollment for the fal According io tha flnnerirlfi entjj en rolled for the spring The opening day enrollment for the fall semester was The increase comes despite tho loss of stud graduation and s Corslcann high ol still leads all units with Travis elemontarj second with The enrollment cs nounced by the principals of the other schools Drane junior 409 Collins junior 372 297 Robert 419 182 370 54 Jackson hlghi 325 Jackson 240 520 special Record Budget Due New York 28 Nelson Rockefeller will ask New Yorkers to pay ap proximately 250 million dollars or more in additional taxos dur ing tho coming fiscal The Republican he Inning his first says he noods the money to balance the state budget which will total more than two billion for tho first time in Rockefeller has the support of the majority loaders in the JOPcoiitrolIed Tho last budget of his pre Democrat Avoroll Hfir topped Some of tho increase is requir sd by chiefly for the pub lic Rockefeller will present his budget and tax proposals to the Legislature j Widening of Highway 22 to Barry from opening of certain segments of 75 Interstate and addition al construction were included in information revealed Wednes day at the office of Jack Mann resident state highway engineer Bids Due February An advertisement reveals thai Highway 22 from Corsicana to Barry will become a highway of the first class with a 40foot al weather Bids will be opened in February 14 for this 8 12 mile road improve ment The present concrete pave ment of 18 and 20 feet will be widened to 24 feet and an eight foot allweather surfaced shoul der on either side is included making the paved portion 40 feet Improve Intersection The Intersection of Highway 22 and West Second avenue in west Corsicana will be widened and The widen ing job begins at the end of tho present curb and gutter on See Dallas Courts Declare Cage Bonds Forfeit 28 Judges ordered forfeited today two bonds totaling when in surance promoter BcnJeck Cage failed to appear for trial in Dallas in two charges of theft and The action came as the Court of Criminal Appeals in Austin Issued a final order upholding a 10year sentence given the ICT Insurance promoter in Oc tober of He was charged with embezzlement of from the defunct firm in the earlier Cage is reported In Sao Ho had not really ex pected to show courts up In Dallas Henry Wade said the chief significance of the bond forfeitures is paving of the way for the State Depart ment to revoke Cages It would he that pressure can then be applied on Brazil to help get Cage out of that Cuba Observes 28 The revolutionary government halted its war crime trials ind executions today for a na tionwide observance of the 106th birthday of Jose the George Washington of Thoy resume Revolutionary leader Fidel who has not appeared n public since his return Tues lay from was to lead ho Marti memorial observance PRESIDENT SAYS CHANGE ESSENTIAL Sharp Political Overtones Due In Coming Fight 28 President Eisenhower today urged Congress to enact a 20polnt program designed to eliminate labormanagement In a special Eisen hower called his program a complete and effective approach to the He said it is not a piecemeal Protects Rights He also declared it is e sential to assure the American public that responsible col lective bargaining can be car ried on with full protection to the rights and freedoms of workers and with adequate guarantees of the public inter These when should do much to eliminate those abuses and Im proper I am firmly the American public expects and believes will be corrected through legisla tive he No Arbitrary Curbs Equally they will do so without imposing arbi trary restrictions or punltixg measures on the legitimata activities of honest labor and management Some of the changes Eisen hower proposed were asked by labor others by employ Eisenhowers recommendations signaled the start of a congres See LABOR Page 10 Nixon Tribute To Labor Chiefs Not Accidental President Richard Nixons tribute to the anti Communist record of American abor leader wns viewed In po itlcal circles today as a bold bid for union support In Informed sources said it was 10 accident that Nixon twice cited the labor leaders in a New York speech appraising Soviet Deputy Premier Mlko yans recent visit to this coun At one Nixon frankly suggested that some business eaders who had entertained Vllkoyan could learn A lesson Tom our labor lenders who had o fight to expel Communists Tom their unions and In tin process learned how to deal vlth By Nixon said he vas concerned about the naive attitude and lack of under standing shown by some Americans The vice president underscor ed his belief that MIkoyan Is shrewd Communist with steellike toughness and dcd catlon to his Marxist no no softness in he little Armenian from Mos See Page 7 Virginia Seeks Escape Route 28 UPI Lindsay Al nond urged a special session of General Assembly today to enact an immediate program of tuition grants and then con sider a wholesale revision of the states public school system to head off Almond strongly hinted that the state might have to abandon he public schools in some areas and turn to other means to ed ucate Its He said there is no longer any hope for many thousands of thorn to be educated In pub ic Almond cast aside as imprac ical demands that he use his olice powers to close down at oast nine schools threatened vith intogratlon before they opon The in a dramatic ippeararice before a hastily convened special callod or the grants to permit stu dents to attend private facilt Almond also asked for rn eal of the compulsory school attendance law which was seen as giving the integrationthreat oned localities of Arl ington Charlottesvllle and Warren County room for new logal As Almond school au thorities in Norfolk wore going ahead with plans to start in togration Monday with admis sion of 17 negroes to previously white Federal District Judge Walter Hoffman struck down late Tuesday the Norfolk city coun cils last ditch plans to withhold funds and close all high and junior high schools in the ship ping and naval Mayor Fred Duckworth said tho city council would com ply with tho court We appeal to every segment of our community to conduct itsolf in the same peaceful and lawubidlng manner that has boon one of the commendable aspects of this trying Duckworth He added that no violence or unlawful acts will be tolerated when integra tion In other rapid fire Virginia racial developments today Judge Albert Bryan turned down the Arling ton school boards request to delay his orders admitting four negroes to school there on an Integrated basis next An appeal to the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals and to the Supreme Court was contemplat rmer Colgate now president of the Uni versity of endorsed plans for integration of schools in Charlottesvllle He also suggested a system of priv ate schools In areas where in tegration cannot be accomplish ed by mutual agreement of the 28 UPI Three federal judges have been appointed to a panel today to decide whether two Arkansas laws closing Little Rock schools because of Integration threats are in violation of the Sea   

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