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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - February 20, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHEB LOCAL Cloudy to partly cloudy through Saturday not so cold Sat urday low tonight near Thermometer Readings 8 9 I 10 11 i 12 1 I 32 33 36 40 42 43 Complete Wemthef Report on Market flJHemeof the Daily Sun and Morning lidht LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er industrials resume prove corporates In er trade CHICAGO ed old crop contracts ed nearby contracts light to 25 cents high er top too meager for thorough market AP TELEMATS PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS PRESIDENTS Eisenhower is greeted by Pres ident Adolfo Lopez of Mexico after President Eisenhower debarked from his plane at Acauplco The two presidents ere holding two days of informal AP Wirephoto January Living Costs Go Higher thegejvern Living costs crept up slightly in January but remained below the alltime the government reported Higher prices for veal and poultry outweighed de creases for fresh eggs and resulting In a slight overall Increase for the Labor Department said Its consumer price based on 194749 price average as edged up one tenth of one per cent from The January index reading of was below the record posted last July and again in Government officials have said 11ing costs now are relatively stable and will continue to show atability in the coming In the past nine liv ing costs have flutuated within range of three tenth of one per Farmers Told No Windfalls Due In Future 20 Farmers no longer will share in windfalls from government price support Notice to this effect is being given by the Agriculture De partment In setting up price support programs for 1959 At times in the crops stored by growers under price support loan programs have been priced in markets above the amount of the loan and car rying charges at the time the department took over the com modities and canceled the loans At such the that the amount that mar ket prices exceeded the loan See Page 10 Mexico Displays Amistad For Ike 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 ft Soviets Cool Toward Big Four Plans SUMMIT TALK DEMAND DUE MACMULAN Briton Declares Dissolving NATO Out Of Question 20 Soviets today gave a chilly re ception to Western proposals for a Big Four foreign minis ters conference on Germany but still left the door open to di Texas Gets 12Day March Allowable rect An Englishlanguage Railroad statewide com ments number one price expert said this was the longest period of narrow stability of the 19 years in which the governmen las been making its monthly price The department also reported hat take home pay of factory workers hit an alltime highfor January and showed the first improvement from year ago since 1957 A factory worker with three dependents took home ast compared to a year But January akehome pay was less than in December because of a season See LIVING Page 10 NoUTurn Signs Erected Signs prohibiting U turns in the downtown district erected Friday by Ray building In accord ance with instructions of the City Commission In light of a discussion on the needs for the notices at this weeks commis sion U turns are prohibited by new ordinance on Beaton and Commerce from Third ave nue through Seventh at each intersection on these under commission signs were erected only at four locations to serve as reminders to the citizenry of the rule applicable to the oth and to the newcomers to the The No U Turn advisories were hung below signal lights at Third and North Sev enth avenue and South Beaton Third avenue and North Main and West Seventh ave nue and South Main It will be remembered there are no traffic signal lights on Com mentator on Moscow radio said the Western notes handed the Kremlin Monday do not con tain a single more or less con structive suggestion capable of facilitating settlement of ques tions either of Berlin or of Ger It all boils down to the same invariable no the West has been giving us all the the broadcaster The belief grew in the West that Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev would press for Big Four summit than a foreign ministers meet he receives British Prime Minister Harold Macmll lan this With Secretary of State Dulles the British Premier appeared emerging as the coordinator of Allied pol icy in dealing with the He told the House of Commons Thursday night that after his talks with the Soviet See 2 Dulles Cancer Seems Confined To Abdomen 20 UPI The State Department said today present indications are that Secretary of State John Poster Dulles cancer Is con fined to the limits of the abdo f barrels a day for March based on a 12day pro ducing The permissive flow Is a re duction of barrels a day rom Only one inde pendent spoke at the 9minute tatewide oil proporation hear ng and all major oil buying lompanies recommended a de irease from the February flow which is based on 11 Companies recommending 12 days were Humble and Atlantic 11 Cities Standard of and Continental 4 merce from which such could be signs was reported by State This Department Press Officer coin He also said tha1 Dulles this morning underwent his first radiation treatment by the one millionvolt Xray ma chine at Walter Reed Army Medical The first treatment was for about one White said and was well tolerated by th He said this meant Dulles so far had shown none of the il effects which sometimes follow radiation White said doctors expect t continue the Xray treatment once a day except Sundays fo possibly three to four He said the doctors canno say definitely at this tim See Page 2 NASSER TALK Tito of Yugoslavia arrived here today and immedi ately joined President Game Abdel Nasser of the United Arab Republic on a trip to Cairo where major talks will take place between the two Bullets Help Mobsters Push Records 20 The Commission oil allowable set a today arts Of South bolder Friday In Alaska By The Associated Tress Winter poured on its worst ements today across the east rn half of the sleet and freezing aln were the chief climatic in redients that made the end of month a ng time It was warmer in sections of Coates submitted for Gulf a nomination of barrels a He said because See Page 10 Dana Williams Made Member OiWCluV Dana Williams of Cor has been selected to the 98 Club of the American As sociation of School Administra The announcement was made at the annual association meet ing in Atlantic which just The exclusive club Is made up of two public school superin tendents from each II was formerly the 96 Club but the name was officially chang ed with the admission of Alaska to the Williams succeeds Dr Henry Stillwell of Texarkana Stillwell became ineligible to serve when he gave up his school superlntcndcncy to be See Page 10 Paid For Top Steer SAN 20 The grand champion steer 0 the San Antonio Livestock Ex position brought toda in the The called LIUl Red by his youthful owner Bill was bought by Dumas Milne Chevrolet of Antonio Little Red weighed 87 The buyer donated him to Boysville of San The reserve ownec by Donald Obrechet and Son o sold for weighed Mew Missiles Family Due Atlas Flops JO has been told of a new family of space missiles that will surpass any thing the Russians have produc ed so far and might send a man to the moon and back by The new missile Keith Glennan may boost the civilian space budget from 500 million dollars to more than one billion dollars annually a year or Glennan Is head of the National Aero nautics and Space Administra tion Abe technical di rector of added that even the huge projects so far undertaken are wholly inade quate for longrange space trav el beyond the moon unless the Atomic Energy Commission can produce a nuclear secondstage In testimony be fore the Senate Space Commit tee late said the new family of rockets includes three based on intercontinental ballis 1 tic such as the which has been frequently test fired from Cape These are the which will soon be available and will create satellites weighing up to pounds and the Ve ga and the which will be capable of placing in orbit payloads of about The being built at the jet propulsion laboratory in Pas will have as Its second stage a modified first stage of the Vanguard earth satellite The using either an Atlas or a Titan ICBM as a will have a superfueled second Beyond these will be the clus ter several rockets tied The first cluster will have more than a million pounds and the second about six million pounds of Silverstein testified that the second cluster will be just capa ble of sending a manned space vehicle to a soft landing on the moon with 000 pounds of fuel for a return to He said this would be a min ium moon CHILLY HERE BOSTON tempera ture on Washington today was 33 degrees below zero and the wind whistled at 90 miles per CAPE i 20 fuelladen At las ICBM exploded like a hugo oil storage tank early today on what was intended to be anoth er test hop to the South The 100ton which has been chosen to boost the first manned space capsule Into or completely disintegrated in a whitehot splash of flame that rivalled the moon overhead in The Air Force said the blow up was caused by a malfunction which occurred at after the 80foot war rock ets two powerful booster en gines separated and began a long plunge into the The cause of the malfunc tion is not officials The Air Force declined to say how high the Atlas had climbed when the blast oc Unofficial estimates placed the explosion altitude in the neighborhood of 100 It was the first Atlas explo sion in five The last blowup came when the Air Force tried for the first time to send an Atlas the full Intercontinental distance Veteran reporters and pho tographers at the Cape coul not recall a more spectacula In most blowups missiles break apart and flam ing fragments fall into th Several Strobe lights were a tached to the Atlas for track ing but these had 11 tie chance to do their The Air Force had hoped t test the missiles blunt nos cone and observe the path th Atlas took through Bu the which would hav taken probably about 25 min lasted little more tha three Only once has the Atlas flow the full Intercontinental rout After the one successful allthc way hop last the A Force tried 15 for anothe oceanspanning flight but en glne trouble cut that trip only about 200 The which is expecte to serve as a booster rocket fo deep probes into space as we as the maninorbit project Me is scheduled to be I troop units by next in parts of the than The Weather Bureau said the emperature of 24 at Anchorage ompared to 13 at Lexington 14 at Louisville and 22 al It was close to hattanoogoas The Icy mass held the freez ng line through the Gulf states nd some of the chilly air drift d into northern sections o But for bonetingling cold was the plac o It waa a snappy treathtaking 34 degrees belov ero this morning in tlie nnrth rn Lower Michigan n Lone Rock was ot exactly a hot spot with a mark of The below zero belt extended rom eastern Montana eastward nto the Great Lakes The fairly mild winter weath See Page 10 Alt i T T Thursday Sees Rain And Sleet Cover County sleet and some snow earned up on Navarro county Thursday and Thursday night iut fall had subsided in all reas reportign Friday Rain and sleet were reported all over the and all but he extreme southern and louthwestern areas reported at east traces of Rice again reported the most Two inches of mois Including melted snow and fell Thursday and Thurs day here the snow all was the greatest In the county It melted as it fell in open area but drifted up in shaded In all areas only Rlchland and Purdon reported no snow at Blooming Grove and Kerens all reported some snow the more noticeable being n Light snow was also reported i the Dawson Emhouse and Corslcana reported of an nch of Frost Blooming Grove Kerens Richland Rice two Imhouse Roane and Pur don 12 20 Senate Rackets Committee was told today that iinger Tommy Leonettis former flipping a bullet to press a took part In an effort by Chicago mobsters to push the singers phonograph Testimony about the bullet In cident came from Ted coowner of the Singer OneStop Record of which wholesales records to jukebox Loses Business Slpiora also said that 90 per cent of his firms amounting to had been away in the last year by the Lormar Distributing Identified as a gangster syndi catecontrolled Committee Counsel Robert Kennedy said some of the big gest companies in the country do business with the Lor mar He named the Decca Distributing Cora1 the AllState Record Distributing and the Garri son Distributing which dis tribute various major and minor record The Decca Company and the Strip Citizenship From Costello rest of them are the ones See Page i NAACP Claims Reprisals To Negro Pcrefys NEW 20 UPI The National Association for ho Advancement of Colored People charged today that par ents of children Involved in the Front high school desegregation have been subject to reprisals by both their em an American Viscose and their local of Textile Workers Union of America NAACP Labor Secretary Her bert Hill reported to the organ zations headquarters from Front Royal that six NAACP members were discharged from plant In December and that he unions Local 371 has re fused to take up their griev He said the president of the NAACP Warren county Jharles with 20 years of plant and James Wilson with 14 years See Page 2 New Senator Blasts Budget 20 Gale McGee said Thurs day in his maiden Senate speech that President Elsenhowers new spending proposals were budget wise and survival The former college professor complained it was time to tell the people the truth about the If times are as critical as the President he then it becomes irresponsible to consider a budget which Is tailored to a business as usual The time has come to talk of a war budget rather than a political he Iowa Salons Keep Top Jobs In Families 20 Leonard Wolf has put his attractive 29yearold wife to work managing his con gressional office at a federal salary of a House records showed The freshman Democratic con gressman from Iowa said her presence in his office has creat ed one After visitors see they dont care if they see me at he said Its real ly not very flattering to Wolf said his Marilyn is recognized by his colleagues as attractive and Intel She ran the office of his feed business at Iowa for six years before he was elected to Congress last Novem House records disclosed Thurs day that another freshman Democratic congressman from Iteven 1 as hired his 19yearold svn a salary of Tho Steven f parttime college said he hoped to save enough from his salary In the next two years to pay his way through law TOP Page 4 NEW year old gambler Frank Costello was stripped of is American citizenship today y federal court The ailing gambler Is current y In Leavenworth serving a iveyear prison sentence for ax Federal Judge Archie 3awson held that Costello had willfully misrepresented anc concealed material facts in ob taining citizenship The government claimed that Costello became a citizen fraud ulently by concealing his boot Size Of Mineral Bids Surprise To Louisiana BATON 20 Louisianas fiscal off clals surveyed the largest miner al bonus total In state history today with cautious optimism bracing to fight off demands to spend it In a special legislation The State Mineral In a marathon 14hour session accepted more than 60 million dollars in bonuses fo oil and gas leases on state lands Of this wen to the state The res went to state agencies or othe special Commissioner of Adminlstra tion James who admlttei he was dazed by the size o the lease said it looked Ilk the fiscal pinch was over for th duration of Earl Longs which ends In More than 30 bids poured in totaling more than 145 million dollars See Page 10 HOSPITAL CROWDED A record census for 1959 was reported at Navarro County Memorial Hospital Friday morn ing when there were 109 pa The Friday how is not an alltime allhigh egging operations and a 1915 conviction for carrying a con cealed The action by the court to day paves the way for the gov ernment to proceed with its deportation after his tax evasion had volunteered to leave for Italy f the government would drop is His offer was refused and his denaturaliza lon trial began In The first denaturalizatlon trla See Page 10 Jury Verdict Puts Dave Beck In Jail Cell 20 of cheating on his income millionaire labor leader Dave Beck spen time behind bars for the first time in his life Thursday night The former president of the huge Teamsters Union was found guilty on all four counts of income tax for the years 195053 and two counts of filing fals He could receive up to a fiveyear sentence and a 000 fine on each Judge George Boldt who set sentencing for 27 was to hold an appeal bom hearing in Seattle Becks lawyers said the ver dict would be appealed all the The one time laundry truck who prided himself on not smoking or ap peared more shaken at having See 10 But Not Onions 20 UPI Street vendor Joseph De Bono fined in court to lay for peddling hot dogs o Londons plush Park T suppose the Inhabitants o 3ark Lane dont eat hot Magistrate Clyde Wilson com I dont believe thats it t replied chief witness Con stable Robert Its th smell of the onions they objec PRESIDENT FLIES BACK LATE FRIDAY Top Executives Cover Variety Mutual Interests 20 Eisenhower nd MexicanAmerican relations hrlved today on a lavish diet amlstad the Spanish word or friendship emblazoned on light poles and the roof ops of small native homes Seldom has Eisenhower been nore pleased by his reception In a foreign country as he started he second day of his whirl wind visit to this Mexican livlera as the guest of ent Adolfo Lopez Some Serious Talk The serious side of their coni dealing with such velghty Items as the United itates Import quotas on inc and and possible American financing of tha new Diablo Dam on the Rio Grande vere necessary adjuncts of But what seemed to please Elsenhower more was the fenulnely enthusiastic reception 10 received every time he von out of his palatial tem porary White House beside the acific Ocean at the Pierre Jarques Quits Tourist Fath Thursday going to and coming from dinner In down town drove through the streets of a shopping district the usual tbulJst Mexicans poured out of their shops and cantlnas in such a whooping welcome that See Lawyers Charge Communists Being ABA To Criticize Top Court By IRA LUBVEY I 20 A committee of the American Bar Association plans to pro pose corrective legislation to counteract recent Supreme Court decisions on association spokesmen said to The lawyers specifically will cite and criticize 23 high court verdicts which they say coddle Communists and The made up of 10 law yers comprising the ABAs com mittee on Communist strategy and will charge that the court has favor ed fellow travel ers and dupes of The charges will be contained in the committees annual re which totals 50 pages and is to be presented before the ABAs entire house of delegates when it opens its twoday meet ing here The committees report def initely is expected to go before the ABA Executive Di rector Joseph Stecher The House then will vote as to whether the ABA as a whole wants to accept this report or There had been rumors that a segment of the ABA wanted to suppress the committees re port before it ever got to the House This is absolutely Stecher I know nothing of this talk of I have the report in my office and I certainly expect It to get to the House The report is the third draft of a statement originally leak ed to congress last At that time the committee said It had studied 20 Supreme Court That report never should have been leaked and ABA official I have no idea who was responsible for the publicity but we are going to do everything possible to make sure the situation does not reoccur this The re port will be made public when it goes before the not said that though he could not at this time hand out the entire he did know that It was stronger than the draft which was leak ed last This the report takes an editorial stand on the court decisions and suggests correc tive he It also has been enlarged to In clude three verdicts made since the August bringing the overall total to Stecher said he received the third draft only Wednesday See LAWYERsTPage 10 NATO Alliance Being Forecast For New Cyprus 20 Tho strategic island of Cyprus will take Its place alongside the West In a new alliance with NATO members Greece and Greek Foreign Minis ter Evangelos Averoff said to Averoff disclosed the planned alliance shortly before depart ing for Athens with Greek mler Constantln Karamanlla after initialing the agreement granting Independence to Cy Newsmen asked him whether Cyprus would join the Balkan pact Unking Greece and Turkey for mutual I would say he because a new alliance Is to be signed between Tur key and Cyprus and I think that this is quite Such an alliance would bring the new Cyprlot nation firmly Into the Western During the fouryear underground war against Britain on there had been a strong Communist movement on the Island and Russia made the most of Turkish Premier Adnan Men deres still was confined to a London clinic where he Is re covering from Injuries received In a plane crash that killed 15 members of his A medical bulletin announced See CYPRUsTpage 10 BIG CRAB FROM BIG Marilyn Atwood Ot holds a tenpound king crab flown to Wash ington for a Salute to Alaska Dinner to be held by the Alaska State The a whopper by eastern Is aaldi to be just average for the nations newest AP Wirephoto   

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