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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - February 6, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHEB LOCAL cloudi ness and warmer tonight and Saturday low tonight in Thermometer 8 9 10 11 12 1 I 29 32 36 40 42 45 Complete Weather Heporl an Market fflHomeof the Daily SunandSereiWeeklx Homina liah LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS FEBRUARY PAGES MARKETS AT A GLANCI NEW Lower in moderately active Cotton futures Grains In unchanged to off corn unchanged to up oats up V6 to off Hogs Strong to 25 higher top Cat tle About top Sheep top PKICE FIVE CENTS Alabama Registrars Face Suit l5r DeGaulle In Agreement WEST REPLY TO RUSSIANS DUE SHORTLY Macmillan Denies Any Individual Effort Intended Ike Challenges Moscow Sincerity Demos Trim Airport Funds HIGHWAY SCENES NEAR RICH recentlyopened section of Interstate 45 north of Richland is shown in the top taken between the main four lanes from the looking showing traffic going both the four lanes end access roads and slough bridges in Richland creek The mid dle picture is of an underpass north of the creek looking while the bottom shot is from the top of the cloverleaf intersection involving Inter state 45 State Highway 14 near the city limits of Photos by Taylor County Road Work Totals More Photos Page 3 Roadbuilding activity in Na varro county has been gaining in volume and expenditures yearly since World War n and at the present time there is un der under contract and projected a program of ap proximately million Jack senior Etate resident highway engi detailed the program in en interview following the hold Ing of hearings here Thursday on several including the big bypass to the east of on Interstate The photographs seen in con nection with this story are on the recently opened SVsmlle stretch of this international accesscontrolled high way beginning in the northern of Richland and extending ftward First In Texas Mann related that this stretch of highway was first Inter state project started in Texas and the secondin the United States following the inaugura tion of this program by the fed eral government some years In discussing Interstate Mann said when it is finally it will represent for the 32mile route from the Freestone county line at Streetman to the Ellis county line via Cor sicana and or an average per mile cost of High way 31 from Corsicana west to Hill county line via Silver City and constructed imme diately before and after World War cost per the highest cost in Navarro county up to that One Section Later The segment of Interstate 45 from Richland to Streetman is expected to cost and will not be built until the 1965 Speaking of the bypass to the east of crossing High way 31 lla miles Mann said only the rightofway was in the 19591960 and predicted that Highway 15 through Corsicana along Seventh street would be com pleted two or three years be fore the superduper bypass is The pavement of the foui lanes on the interstate route from north of Richland to a point south of Corsicana is in progress at the present Open North The Interstate of the new twoway open for traffic from a point south of Briar creek north of Corsi cana to the EllisNavarro coun ty line north of Both the pavements north and south of Corsicana on In 6 UPI Secretary of State John Foster Dulles had a satisfactory talk about Germany today with French President Charles De Gaulle and a French source said the Western reply to Russias 10 note will be ready in a few The who stands high in French said the and West Germany will reply to the Soviet German Peace Treaty Conference proposal well before British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan visits Moscow Trip No Delay Macmillans departure will not in any way delay the Wests reply to the Soviet note of the source The Soviets proposed a 30 nation conference on German reunification and sent along a draft treaty of their The Western now being written by a fourpower work ing party in is ex pected to turn down the idea on grounds It is largely a restate ment of past Soviet positions which the West feels would freeze the division of Ger Germany Next Dulles was in London Thurs day and will be in Bonn Satur clay taking fresh diplomat soundings on the Soviet May 2 jate for handing East Berlin over to East German Ha talked with De Gaulle fo See Page 10 Officers Chase Kidnaper Rescue Victim and sheriffs de puties captured the alleged kid naper of Fay 65 on Highway 40 near here toda after a high speed chase in volving more than a dozen cars The identified a Charles Dixon fired a shotgun blast at th lead car of his pursuers just be ore being but non was Deputies said Dawson ap peared although sh was taken to a doctors offlc EAH BALLOON THWARTS ALTITUDE RECORD ATTEMPT for The kidnaping occurred shor ly before midnight at the horn of Dawson and her bus also Dawso said masked an armed with a sawedoff sho was in possession of h farm located about on mile east when h and his wife arrived H said McArthur forced his wil nto their demanded 000 for her return and sped of Authorities began an im nediate search of the are which lies about 60 miles eas of San Dixon See Page 2 DALLAS MURDERS JUMP See Page 3 States Fight Gas Tax Hike 6 UPI Eisenhower is ask ing Congress for a 50 per cent increase in the federal gasoline Most of the state governors are Although the federal govern ment has budgeted more than three billion dollars for federal aid to highways in the next fiscal the states are spend ing even The governors object to the federal govern ment moving heavily Into a tax field once reserved largely the to Some states are considering further gasoline tax increases this year but most of them are Ten have raised their gas taxes in the past two The federal government now collects three cents a gallon on 0 jasoline and puts the receipts into a trust fund to pay for the highway program authorized in Eisenhower hai asked that the tax be raised to 412 cents to keep the fund from going In to the It is uncertain what Congress will Most states also are levying gasoline taxes of six to seven cents a Twentytwo states the District of Co lumbia have a sixcent Four collect 612 cents and 10 have a sevencent Ten states have a fivecent The lowest gasoline taxes are in Alaska and Missouri also lets cities impose a gasoline These city taxes range from half a cent to two James Blair of Missouri has asked the legislature to raise the state tax to five In Fos ter Furcolo has asked the leg islature to raise the 512 cent tax to six In the present sixcent tax is ex pected to be extended indef DALLAS Carl Hansson Police Chi said Thursda that murder took an unusu spurt in incidence in Dallas Hansson listed 11 mu ders in January compared five each for December an January Nine adults an one juvenile were charged wi the a crime repo submitted to the city manag 6 apparent leak thwarted bid for an altitude record by n unmanned balloon and the huge research bag own Highway patrolmen reported B filmy emptied of its 3 illion cubic feet of helium escended near 15 miles mth of Its 100 pounds of arachuted by ame free feet up and ouched earth about 5 miles outh of downtown Scientists who launched the Imy bag near 45 miles southwest of advised the instruments 6 By unanimous the Senate today cut 100 million dollars from its 565mllllondol lar bill for federal airport It also reduced the program got down in good i from five to four Enforcement iikes Oklahoma liquor Prices By JIM MONROE OKLAHOMA could cause a revo said a wouldbe whiskey my booliegger said hp idnt have any vodka and clidn1 ven know when hed get aid a social There ought to be a law igainst said a For 60 years folks in constitu ionally dry Oklahoma haven1 een bothered by the But uddenly it is being Oklahomans are talking more about whiskey and probably are less than ever And they are paying more if hey do The reform administration of 53yearold Howard Ed mondson is trying to dry up the late and bring repeal to a We want to give the people a clearcut choice between pro See Page 10 Cotton Warns Houston After Trinity Grab 6 IfP Engi neer James Cotton said Thursday that Houston will grab 50 per cent of the Trinity River water potential unless somebody blocks Cotton spoke here before the Greater Dallas County League of This isnt a DallasHouston he Its a fight between Houston and everybody living in the Trinity he continu If the State Board of Wa ter Commissioners grants Hous tons request of rights to acre feet of il will have rights to half the rivers ultimate Dallas Mayor Thornton told the meeting that the figh was no pink tea I want to urge as many o you as can to go to Austin April 6 when the water right hearing begins and crowd Into the hearing Otherwise they could drain our lakes near ly They were sent aloft o gather information on cosmic intensity and other The polyethylene bag soared to leveled off for 15 minutes and then started dropping about feet a That left it far short of the record for unmanned Researchers expected to send the instruments up but they said there would not be another attempt for an altitude Other balloons available for current tests are only half as large as that used James a construc tion engineer for the State High way recovered instruments beside High way 75 In the Oak Cliff sec tion of A tag identified them as the property of Raven Industries of which Is helping conduct the upper air Michael Friedlander of Washington University of Louis had said the at had given promise of the big bag over the See Father Stabs Child To Death In Dark Movie The action was a gesture along the path of what Demo cratic Leader Lyndon John son of Texas called trying to meet President Eisenhower half way on differences In spending But it was no more than a gesture although dollar total was the the proposed annual outlay was not changed since the number of years was Johnson engineered this move as he had taken the lead in some trimming of a housing 6 White House today bluntly challenged Soviet Pre mier Nikita Khrushchevs sincerity in inviting President Elsenhower to Russia and said Eisenhower had no present plans to make such a After studying reports on Khrushchevs Moscow speech of Thursday overnight in Wash ington and here at the vaca tion White Eisenhowers Press Secretary James pointed out that the socalled Soviet Invita tion was contained in a speech which also included very hos tile references to United States It seems strange that Pre mier if he really welcomes a visit by the Presi would extend It In such Hagerty in addressing the 21st Congress of the Com munist party in Thurs publicly Invited Elsenhow er to come to the Soviet bill which the Senate finally See Paga 10 passed Thursday night as a Senators stayed late Thurs day night to put through the big housing first ma jor piece of legislation they have handled this It goes to the which is not A woman screamed hysterically In the darkness Hes killing my patrons turned in their They saw Jose Longoria slash ng wildly with a pocket knife at a small his ion The 4yearold died quickly of body The sobbing as she was taken to a hospital or treatment of told po ice the She and her husband were es She and Steven were iving with her Long was released from Jail only last Thursday after serv ng time for drunken rle asked to meet her Thursday to discuss future custody of the An usher snapped heater and on some the 50 The child sat enthralled by the one specifically aim ed at His parents became more and more embroil ed in a bitter See Page S Find Student Lesbian Gang Ai Kansas City KANSAS juvenile officers today asked for mothers help in breaking up gang of teenage girls who held homosexual par ties at the apartment of a 23 Doral head ol the juvenile revealed Thursday that two teenage high school girls had been arrested He said they admitted they were part of a gang of at least 20 He said seven other girls had been and they sub stantlated stories of widespreat lesbianism in a girls club known as The at Northeas1 High One was arrested and Denison said the gang appar ently wns formed last Octobei and broke up around the firs of the year when one of the mothers threatened to expose the some of the girls are still going to Denlson This was developing Into terrific We hope we can stop Maybe news stories will open some of the parents Den ison ha th Top Russian Says Humphrey Peddles Tales et Premier Nlkita Khrushchev he considers his recent Mos cow Hubert Humphrey a peddler of fairy He called Humph rey a speaking to the 21st Soviet Communist party con gress said the Yugo slav Communist accuset of deviating from the Moscow was trying to drum up stories about differences Red China and the Krem He said the to substantiate these usec the Minnesota Democrat as i substantial You will remember that thl senator recently visited the So viet Union and I had a talk with Krushchev In the expectation of a noisy sensation In his speeches am told fairy threi bags full of as tin story that he had brought a spe cial message from the Sovle government to President Eisen See Page 1 House Extends Draft 4 Years Apparently no They were one heard In the back See Page 10 Holidays Gain Quemoys Truce 6 UP Chinese Nationalists and the Communists today suspend ed their offshore Island war for five days to celebrate the Chi nese lunar New It was the third holiday cease fire in the artillery duel over the Quemoy Shelling also was halted Over Christmas and the Western New despite a halfcent re duction scheduled for next 31 under present In a number of other the outlook for a gasoline tax increase is not yet Those in which there may be action this year include Min West Utah and There were gasoline tax in creases last year in New Jer sey and Rhode Island and in Nebras New South Utah and Ver Montana bucked the trend in 195 by cutting its sev encent tax to Here is how state gasoline taxes compare Alabama 7 Alaska Ari zona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida See Page 10 Child Sale Charges Dropped He said questioning brought out the names of gang and would con tinue in hopes enough evidonc could be gathered for prosccu The two girls who were ar aged 16 and told of fleers the club had strict mem See 10 6 Extension of the military draff overwhelmingly approved Thurs day by the headed toda for slower action in the Senate Chairman Richard Russe of the Senate Arme Services said hear ings on the legislation will b held in ample time before th expiration of the Jun no time was The taking up th draft extension bill as one o its first passed it 3812 Thursday In just the forn President Elsenhower and th Pentagon had NEW VOTING RIGHT CASE IS FILED Discrimination Against Negroes Major Charge 6 UPI The Justice Depart ment filed suit today charging Jacon Alabama regis ratlon officials with dlscrlmln ting against negro voters and maintaining separate segregat d registration The civil complaint was filed n Federal District Court at It named as defendants oard of registrars of Macon ounty and Grady Rogers and the two regls rars who resigned after refus ng to testify last December be ore the Civil Rights Commls The department said Rogers nd Livingston were named efendants under they are required to con Inue to perform their duties inttl their successors are ap This Is the second voting right suit brought by the depart ments new civil rights ince It was set up last he first suit charged Terrell Georgia registrars with efusal to register fully quallfl id four of whom ichool Trial Is pend ng in this case at In todays announced lere by Attorney General Wll iam tha Justice See Page 2 Alexandria Is Again Denied Stay Of Order Judge Albert Bryan today turned down a plea by the Alexandria School Board for a delay In admitting nine negroes to three public schools next The judge at the end of legal that he saw no reason to alter his order for ad mission of the negroes Tues The board pleaded for a de lay to give It a chance to carry an appeal to higher Commonwealth Earl Wagner said the school board will seek a stay of Judge Bry ans order from Chief Simon Sobeloff of the 4th Circuit Court of Wagner said he did not know when the school board counsel would see who is In but that they hoped for a decision by The ruling came as seven schools In neighboring Arling ton and in Norfolk 200 miles to the south completed their first week of integrated Barton a board atr told Judge Bryan that to deny a In denies the school board the right to pursue the legal remedies through the courts to a final Two Victims Buried Friday In Transport Attack Ires Solons 6 UPI Officials were touched by the troubles of the young couple who sold their eightyearold twin boys for that they dropped all charges against Offers of help for the couple were put District Attorney Dan Wal ton told Justice of the Peace Ragan Thursday I see no purpose to be served in pro secuting these What they need is I recommend dismissal of the Ragan did just Ive been hoping someone would make such a he and Clark Stillion Wednesday turned over the Stillions children by a previous to a policewoman and a juvenile of ficer who posed as a childless The officer gave Stillion in marked bills and promised to return in an hour with In return Stillion made out a Bill of Sale for the The officers arrested the couple and charged them with selling minor An attorney said a had offered the Stllilon family a place to live near He said there was a school nearby and offered to help them find Stillion said he had been un able to get a job and had been trying to feed his family on a Our bedroom and clothes Stillion What do you do when you have a week to feed six people when you see your children hungry I tried to get a job but with o local references I just he With money from the sale of the twins we were going to get the car fixed and go out to where a friend said I could work in a lumber Stillion said he knew the bill of sale for the twins was Set 10 By ERNEST VACCAEO gruff terrifying words The target is I will finish him echoed on Capitol Hill today with shocked demands for steppedup defense The the State Depart ment were those of Soviet jet pilots shooting down an un armed transport At least possibly Ameri can airmen died in the fiery crash 2 of the unarmed C130 transport near the border between Turkey and Soviet Ar The plane admittedly had wan dered across the border and over Soviet but the State Department expressed a suspi cion the crew may have been misled by Soviet radio State Department officials Thursday disclosed they have a recording of barking voices they said were those of Soviet pilots sending the plane into its death An English translation was made The department said rec ording was absolutely authentic but would not say where it came The recording appeared to have caught First Soviet Premier Anastns Mlkoyan In an uncomfortable spot He brushed off several inquiries about the plane on his recent visit here and treated it as a routine The Russians turned over the bodies of six crewmen a short time after the crash but have consistently denied any know ledge of the 11 other airmen aboard the As two of the planes uniden tified victims were buried today with military honors In Arling ton National two members of the Senate Armed Services Committee renewed de mands for a speedup in the de fense Stuart Symington said It becomes more and more clear that some day we will have to stand against rowlng Communist We will never put our defenses In a proper position to take that stand by tailoring our to a balanced Henry Jackson D said the attack was outgrowth of a weakening de fense poaturn on our He added that a weakening de fense posture Invites such at The weaker they be the more adventure some the Russians Richard Russell D chairman of the Armed Services said the Incident demonstrates that the cold war could flame into a nuclear holo Russell said the State Depart ment recording will stir a feel Ing of revulsion throughout the whole civilized He told a reporter that it should In crease our awareness of the need for nn military defense in this Russell Hiul other of See Page 10   

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