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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - February 3, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL ending this afternoon partly cloudy and through Wednesday with low tonight in upper Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 I 11 12 I II 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 Complete Wwther Report on Market MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er steels and coppers ed governments commission house CHICAGO export er moderate with to mostly 25 cents high er top steers steady to 50 cents higher top LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS 206 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTB Russians Boast Of Missile Stren Virginia Integration Remains Quiet AWARD FOB Eisenhower presents the American Heart Associations annual heartoftheyear award to Lyndon Johnson in a ceremony at the White Both Eisenhower and Johnson have survived heart AP Wire photo Ramsey Saves lawyers Bill S Ben Ramsey broke a tie vote today to keep a measure tag ged by its author a lawyers right to work bill from being sent back to a Senate commit The by Wardlow Lane of would allow licensed lawyers to practice in Texas without paying dues to the state It was approved by Lanes Jurisprudence Com mittee Jep Fuller of Port Ar Local Merchants Urging Action On Shoplifters Merchants of the Retail Trade committee of the Chamber of Commerce Tuesday called for new action against shoplifting practices which costs local stores thousands of dollars an The committee voted to pass a resolution asking the city to enact a new ordinance which would require dealers of second hand goods to make daily re ports of merchandist bought and descriptions of the sellers for the inspection of the police department in the belief this would have a curbing effect on shoplifting if the shoplifter had difficulty in disposing of what ha had Police Chief who was called in by the expressed his personal belief this would be a good ordinance and would be Name Committee Upon authorization by the overall Chairman Iglehart appointed a sub committee to follow up on this desired He named Evans chairman with Claiborne Simpson and James Franks as Iglehart reported that a recent newsletter from the Cham ber of related how the police de partment annually conducts a See Page 8 who did not oppose the bill in said he had thought the matter over and wanted it sent back to com mittee so a hearing could be This bar association has two paid lobbyists and are 100 per cent able to talk to you aboui this bill days and We sat here for days and nobody i opened their said He said his bill meant a lawyer doesnt have to pay his union dues to go into Lanes motion to table Fullers motion wound up Ramsey voted with Lane and the bill moved to a key high spot on the calendar for nfire debate and action In the about 100 more bills were introduced before rep resentatives agreed to quit un til Price Daniel asked the SeViate to confirm two appoint ments to the Highway Commis They are Hal Woodward of Coleman and Herbert Petry of Carrizo Wood ward was appointed for a six year term and Petry was named The Senate adjourned until Committees Busy Legislative finance commit See LEGISLATURETPage 2 Teamster Beats Per jury Count District Judge Joseph Jackson today acquitted Clyde Teamsters Union of perjury before the Senate Rack ets committee in In a brief oral ruling from the Jackson held that the committee did not with in its statutory authority on a matter connected with legisla tion when it was questioning Jackson then called in the jury of seven women and five men and dismissed POLICE KEEP CLOSE VIGIL AT SCHOOLS Little Rocks Board Asks Judge To Lift Orders 3 Racially integrated classes opened uneventfully today in six public schools In They continued without incident 200 miles to the north in Arling ton An allusion to the niggers came from a cluster of white lads at one Norfolk high That was the nearest to an in cident in either community as racial mixing got its first full scale test in the Seek New Steps In an attempt to prevent inte gration from spreading through the whole plans for a longrange program will be coming to a head in the next few weeks in the governors of fice and the General The Assembly couldnt find a way to halt integration entire ly in fiveday special session which came to an end Monday Police kept vigil today at the Norfolk schools and at Strat ford Junior High in a welltodo Washington But again it was a matter of humdrum of pre serving order against threats never Under Federal Order Integration began for Virginia under order of federal It started at Four Attended piihic school classes with whites for See Page t Negroes Charge Discriminaiion In New York NEW 3 Jackie the mari who broke the color line in said today at a hearing on dis crimination in housing that bean balls are still being thrown in the housing field as well as on the ball in testimony pre pared for the Federal Civit Rights Commission said is a need for positive ac tion by individuals to spur bias privatelybuilt The former star of the Brook lyn Dodgers told of his own ex periences with housing discrimi When my wife and I decided to move from Long we were put through the usual bag of right in this he Among the problems he ran Rominson were were told the house we were interested In had been sold just before we would be invited to make an sort of sealed then wed be told that offers higher than ours had been turned tried buying houses on See NEW Page 2 Indians Eye Soviet Loan head of In dian Trades Council said Mon day night he has sounded out the Russians on a fivemillion dollar loan because he is con vinced the American govern ment has no Intention of help Ing the Al a Sioux In said he wanted the loan so we can get some kind of in dustry started on the Reserva tions so Indians can have a weekly pay check and work where they want to Delafontaine telephoned the Soviet Embassy in Washington Monday and said the Russians sounded very cordial over the They told him the Ambassador was out of but gave him the name of a man at the Embassy to whom he could write for information about a Delafontaine They sounded very encourag ing and we might get some mon ey from he whose organiza tipn consists of 100 to 200 in Jians on Reservations in Minne the Dakotas and he would lead a delegation of Indians to Washington Satur day to seek action on hii re quest He said he would give the Uni ted States first chance at helping the Indians by trying to contact President Eisenhower and their If they have no luck at the White House or in then the delegation will visit the Sov iet Delafontaine indi cated he had little hope for ob taining government Im convinced the American government has no intention of helping Indians to get their heads above he The only job an Indian can get now is shining somebodys lousy Delafontaine indicated he was particularly concerned about In dians on the Turtle Mountain Reservation in North He said he telephoned John Davis of North Dakota be fore calling the An economic aide to the governor was noncommittal about what could be done for the Turtle Mountain Delafontaine Delafontaine recently promot ed a food drop to needy In dians on the Turtle Mountain Reservation following a 3 Federal Power Com mission FPC ruled Monday that construction of a power pro ject reservoir on the New York State Reservation of the Tus carora Indians would violate fed eral The 32 decision was a but not victory for the In dians in their fight against the Niagara Falls Hydroelectric pro The FPC held that the planned by the New York State Power would inter fere and be inconsistent with the purpose for which the Indian Reservation was The Authority can ask for a The Reservation in Niagara County has been held by the Tuscarora nation for more than 150 The pro posed reservoir would flood 383 acres of the The FPC ruling was sent to the Court of Appeals here which has been considering a Tuscarora appeal to keep the acreage from being taken over by the Power The court had ordered the Commission to consider whether the license the FPC issued for the Niagara project last year See Page 2 Reds Hold Ignore Protests Budget Cuts Slow Space Research Douglas Claims Southwest Race Problems Worst NEW Paul Doug las Monday night called the question of integrating the negroes and MexicanAmeri cans of the Southwest as our most pressing domestic prob Douglas added that it was a problem which causes us more than any He appeared before an audience at Muskingum Col lege Reviewing the school segrega tion he acknowledged full compliance with the Supreme Court decision in two border states and token compliance in some cities of one or two other But he declared that there Is no compliance in the deep Douglas declared that only the judicial branch of the gov ernment has taken affirmative In order for remedial to be carried he it is necessary for individuals to See Page 2 One Of Sunday Traffic Victims Expires Monday Addle of Sherman died In Memorial hos pital Monday afternoon of injur ies suffered in a collision early Sunday morning on Highway 75 north of Her death is the third traffic fatality in Navarro county for Martins body was re turned to Sherman late Monday but funeral arrangements were unknown Martin her Douglas 42 Trade 34 and two Doyle Lynn and Ray Lee were hurt when their 1956 Chev rolet is reported to have collid ed with a 1957 operated by James of Wax Aday was slightly hurt but proceeded to his home in Waxahachie where he was to see a Bob highway patrol investigated the Douglas Martin was to be transferred Tuesday to a Dallas He suffered internal in juries and is in a critical condi Tracie Martin remains in Memorial hospital wltli both legs chest and other in juries and is slightly but still on the critical Doyle Lynn Martin remains in Memorial in a serious condi A crushed right head See Page 8 ICY SKID FATAL James of Lubbock was killed when his car and a truck collided on icy pavement near here 23CEJVT COTTON SUPPORT BENSON PLAN POSSIBILITY 3 iovernment price supports for dairy a contro versial a possible further reduction for the mar keting year beginning April These supports have been at the legal minimum percentage level of their parity prices for several 75 per Parity Is a standard for measuring farm prices declar ed by law to be fair to farm ers in relation to prices charged for Parity Reduced But parity prices as a whole have been reduced about per cent by an Agriculture Depart ment action revising the basis for calculating these This revision was announced last Under this new the parity price of milk used for manufacturing purposes was put at a hundred It was a month Like the parity price of but terfat dropped from to cents a Thus Secretary of Agriculture Benson could reduce supports for manufacturing milk from the current to and butterfat from 59 cents to about 55 Some dairy experts estimated that this would reduce producer income for these pro ducts 50 million dollars or more a In putting the present dairy supports into Benson ran into sharp criticism from some dairy groups and dairy state Wonts tower Supports Because of the change in the parity price the department announced Mon See Page 2 Negro Admits Two Woman Attack 3 UPI A 26yearold negro man whom police said describ ed himself as having uncon trollable desires to murder or injure has confessed to the rape and murder of a 10yearold a 25yearold and the brutal beating of another wom Both Sheriff Noble Crawford said the confessions were made by Willie a six inch who was arrested in Longview Crawford said con fessed to the rape and staying of Joy 10yearold negro here Friday The planting of all cotton acreage girl was found in her home withiaiioUcd to Texas tor leM f hc a wire coat hanger urgcd by members of tho around her i Texas Cotton He also confessed to throw1 The members said that the ing Joyce Lynn ajgtaus cotton economy faces a l Urged To Plant Full Cotton Acreage July Her broken body wasipiant cotton acres allotted them found in a drainage duct on may retain credit for thos Trella Joy the wife of a Marine stationed on Oki Dallas out of her 19th floor hotel room in the Adophus Hotel at Dallas last severe blow unless farmers use their Farmers who do not wish to the roof of an adjacent build acres if they return them to ing after it had fallen 14 county committees for reallo The third confession was for i Searcy chair the brutal beating of man of the Texas Agricultural Stabiliatlon and Conservation on I Texas in 1958 harvested only Carter was attacked on acres of the the sixth floor of a busy down1 smallest acreage since See Page 8 B agricultural direc tor of the Texas Cottonseed Sinclair Drops Merger Scheme FORT 3 An order that Sinclair Oil take no further action In a proposed merger with Texas Pacific Coal and Oil was signed Monday by Judge Jack The agreement was submitted by representatives of those In volved and Will Wil Sinclair was named in anti trust action filed last week by The firm agreed to the order providing that It could go to court to fight it after giving 10 days After the suit was Sin clair withdrew its offer to pur chase outstanding Texas Pacific stock for 40 million Crushers 3 UPI Samuel chief of Air Force Research and said today he had to curtail needed programs because of deep ad ministration cuts in his budget He told the House Space Com mittee his request for in research funds was chopped to 753million dollar before the Presidents budgo was submitted to He said the budgeted amoun as about three million dollar less than provided for the cur rent fiscal flanked by models of the Atlas and Thor was asked if he could have put more money to profitable use had he gotten He replied that it was his opinion that he but he backed away from saying flatly that additional funds would speed up the space Anderson testified after Thomas Air Force Chief of told the com mittee that the United States must move at an extremely rapid pace If It Is to meet Russias space age Their testimony came as Rus sias defense Rodion said in speech before the 21st Communist Con gress in Moscow that Russia has aa arsenal of rockets able to carry hydrogen warheads to any point on Air1 Force niisslle See Page 8 Clearing And Warmer Ahead For Icy Texas Considerable hall and sleet fell with the rain about midmorn ing Tuesday In the business dis trict and other giving the pavement and yards a par tial white but the frozen moisture soon melted ns the rain A total of Inch of precipitation was record ed on the governfent gauge prior to 7 and In termittent showers fell after that Irish Leader Due March 17 White House announced today that President Sean T OKelly of Ireland will arrive here March Patricks for a 10day visit as Presi dent Eisenhowers OKelly will be received with high honors by President and ranking After conferences with Eisen Vice President Richard Nixon and other the Irish president will tour the country Hagerty said that he could supply no further OKellys Itinerary will be an nounced By Tho Associated Press Warming weather started cracking winters icy grip on much of Texas al though many schools remained closed and travel still was slow Freezing rain stopped In the and the sector stretch ing from the Red River Valley westward through the Big Bend country to El Paso began slough ing a heavy coat of Forecasters looked for warmer weather in all sections of the state Tuesday afternoon and but they expected the mercury to dip Into the 20s overnight again in the Panhan South Plains and North 2 Dispersal Plan Designed To Save Precious Tinu SAC Doubling Dispersal Bases By WLLMAM TERRY BEALE AIR FORCE 3 UPI The Strategic Air Command is reshuffling its worldwide chain of bases in a new dispersal pro gram aimed at gaining precious minutes in the race to get its bombers off the ground in the event of enemy Goal of the program is to double the number of SAC bases to a total of about 80 within two Combination of the dispersal program with the new souped missile carrying B52G and B58 Hustler bombers gives the United States a powerful deterrent force pending develop ment of intercontinental ballis tic Charles Eisen a mustachioed of has been named by SAC boss Thomas Power to put the new dispersal concept on a combat basis on the West He explained that the program not only minimizes the effects of an enemy strike against but increases the number of targets that pose a threat to SAC is building new as it did here at But many bomber squadrons are being de ployed as tenants or Gypsies on other Inaugurated by General Pow the new realignment will place bombers in the sky within 15 minutes after a red alert is Speed is the crucial Eisenhart Some SAC such as March AFB at have as many as 130 combat planes on flight In the event of a surprise bomber or missile attack many B52s would be jammed into a run way bottleneck trying to take off and many would be destroy ed on the SAC officers believe this could lose a commander of the 14th Air directs SAC forces at Beale and Its satel lite installations at Travis and Mather Air Force Bases in Northern Each of the three bases will be assigned 15 of the new B52G and 10 jet The first of the new bombers will arrive at Travis These Boeing bombers can shoot Hbombs at targets hun dreds of miles away at speeds faster than They can fly faster and miles farther than the early B62s because of greater fuel See Page 2 3 The Soviet Union today held a Army convoy of four cargo trucks and five soldiers on the East German autobahn within sight of the West German bor The convoy was en route from Berlin to West The Army charged tha1 the convoy had been detained for more than 24 with the obvious intention of creat ing an incident on the 110 mile The Red army was handec wo stern protests and demand or immediate But the Soviet Union iff the Negotiations release of the convoy bog cd The corporal In charge refus d Soviet demands Monday night or inspection of the open cargo f jeeps on the He and men spent the night muffled n blankets in the The Army unit at the lelmstedt just over he border in West Germany was able to supply the men with iiot The Soviet army let the convoy pass out of West Berlin on the 110mile run through Communist East Germany but stopped it at the checkpoint at Marlenborn at Sea Page 9 Senators Want New Japanese Salmon Treaty a UPI Four Democratic sen accusing Japanese fish ermen of depicting salmon runs in the North today de manded highlevel negotiations between the United States and Japan to settle the They said efforts to resolve the issue at a lower level have and Secretary of State John Foster Dulles should In The appeal was made by Bob Barlett and Ernest Gruening of Alaska and War ren Magnuson and Henry Jackson of They said in a letter to Dulles that negotiations should be held to determine a new provisional line for Japanese salmon fish ing In the North They said previous efforts to shift the eastern limit from the 175 de Page 9 Gift Turkey Internal Revenue Service at has ruled that an employe must pay tax on a turkey received from his boss at This was disclosed today by Thor Tollefson who called the ruling but technically Ho said he would ask Congress to exempt such gifts worth less than CLAIM WEST METHODS OBSOLETE Defense Chief Warns All Forces Are Superior 3 iiel military and atomic ex said today they have mis illes which can carry their lydrogen charges to any point m They accused tha Vest of continuing preparations or war but said Western meth ods were Tho claims indicated the Russians took advantage of suspension of nuclear tests by the United States and Brit ain to continue their own tests and Improve their nu clear Defense Minister Rodion Mallnovsky and Nuclear Re search Chief Ivan Kurchatov told the 21st Soviet Communist Party Congress In separate speeches the Red Army now has superior missiles and including more com pact and cheaper Hbombs de veloped in tests last Threats Charged The Mallnov sky are continuing their preparations for a new war and the use of the most powerful woagpn of mass nuclear and also are threatening with the might of their aviation and To this we can reply that these are comparatively dated means There more ntod ern meana The Soviet Union has thejw See Page 3 Dulles Seeking More Flexible German Stand 8 UPI Secretary of State John Foster Dulles flies to Europe today In an effort to get agree ment among the Western Allies on counterproposals to Russia on the German On the eve of his Dulles was reported to feel that the United States should bo more flexible In Its stand on Germany but pessimistic about chances of getting the Allies to go His views were relayed to newsmen by William Fulbright Incoming chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations who con ferred with Dulles for an hour late Dulles was to take off Tues day for Aft er conferring with British lead he will go to Paris and Bonn for talks with French and West Germany policy makers before returning to Washington in about a The secretary takes with him the counsel of Fulbright that the United States take tho offensive and make some nnw offers to See Page 9 FISTFUL OF nearly worth of greenbacks the boys are sifting They found it in a paper bag In a va cant lot in while they were tracking Police are trying to find out where it came The happy treasure find ers left to right Roy 14 James 11 and AP Wlrephoto   

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