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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - February 24, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHEB LOCAL cloud iness through Wednesday not much change in Thermometer g I 9 i 10 11 i la I i I 53 55 58 59 60 62 64 Complete Westher Beport m Market 224 IJHomeoHhe Pally Sun and SemiWeekly Mornina I LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL 1959 TEN PAGES MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW ed profit taking hits trading short cover CHICAGO new crop months rally light light to 50 cents lower top steers steady to 50 cents higher top AP TELEMATS PRICE FIVE CENTS Khrushchev Rejects Nuclear Proposals 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 ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Lawyers Adopt AntiCommunist Strategy iBi OPPOSITION TO REMEDIES OVERRIDDEN Delegates Agree Must Face Up Td Subversion 24 Resolutions questioning Supreme Court rulings on accused Com munists and recommending remedial legislation by Con gress were passed overwhelm ingly today by the House of Delegates of the American Bar Principal criticism from the floor was on clauses referring to the Supreme Court of the United States but in each case motions to strike the clauses were voted Becomes Policy The prepared by ABAs special committee on Commu nist tactics and pre viously had been approved by the ABA board of governors i but needed the voteof the dele gates to become association pol The resolutions proposed whenever there were reasonable grounds to believe that as a result of court deci sions internal security was weak remedial legislation be enacted by This would include a specific pronounce ment of congressional intention that state statutes covering se dition against the United States See Page 2 House Panel Balks At Party Member Tags Meany And Reuther Clash Cancer Strikes Solon May Trim Sons Big Salary 24 All the usuallyfeuding factions of Texas Democrats for once agreed on a party loyalty tut the House Elections Com mittee was not buying such quick Not at RUSSIABRITAIN OPEN FORMAL Premier Ni kita and British Prime Minister Harold Mac sit across from each other as they met In the Krem lin and apparently discussed the disarmament deadlock between the West and Seated beside Khrushchev from front to rear are First Deputy Premier Anastas Mikoyan Foreign Minister Andre Gromyko and Jacob Russian ambassa dor to Seated beside Macmillan from front to rear are British Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd and British Ambassador Sir Patrick AP Wirephoto via radio from Moscow 24 Steven Carter aid today he is considering re ucing his 39yearold sons 72 annual salary or taking him ft the payroll The Iowa Democrat told Unt ed Press Internallonad he em ployed his Steven Car only on a temporary basis o keep the office running dur ng his own serious He dismissed as not true at all reports that he decided to econsider because of criticism if his Carter said he Is suffering rom has been hospital zed on and off since Small Loan Amendment Passes cans out of Democratic and The committee Monday balk ed at acting immediately on two bills aided at keeping Republi pri and Democrats out of strictly GOP Over the warning of of Bryan that a dilay now might mean no new law because final adjustment Isnt too far the commit tee refused to do anything but send the rival measures with the same general objective to Red hot middle road ers and strong conservatives testified In general that tbey liked the bill HE 26 by Jamie Clements of It would put a penalty on violation of a proposed law requiring voters to assert which party they belong to before taking part in conventions or pri Also before the committee was another registration bill HB 17 by Eligio de la Garza of It would pro Vide for a declaration of party set up no 24 House approved today a propos ed constitutional amendment aimed at regulating small loan The vote was 129 to It was the first major piece of legislation approved by either Robert Hughes of Dallas said the measure would untiethe the Legisla ture to let it work with the loan shark Two efforts to amend the resolutionand allow the Legis lature to regulate only loans up to The proposed amendment now goes to the If approved the people would vote on it next Major bills establishing two new full fouryear state col leges were on the House and Senate calendars for No opposition was voiced to the loan lender regulation Nasser Faces Biggest Threat said the amendments several would open up opportunities for the Legislature to regulate all types of Price Daniel and Ben Ramsey cam paigned on platforms to curb loan Youre letting the legislature come back and increase the in terest rates on home loans if i wants Zbranek of Daisetta He and Tony Korioth of Sherman offered amendments aimed at keeping the Constitu tlons 10 per cent maximum rate on all except those under See Paga 9 News Curbed 14 ff The French army today threatenei reprisal against anyone publish ing news of military operation In Algeria that does not comi from the A litera Interpretation of the army let ter would restrict newsmen Democratic National Commitcompietely to official handout See PARTY Page 4 lor By WILBUR LANDREY 24 Jamal Abdel Nasser Is lacing biggest threat of career after the first anniversary of his United Arab which united Egypt and It comes from the Middle Easts They have jhallenged his leadership of the Arab world and won a first bat in At stake now Is the junior province of the whose left wing Socialist pol ticians and officers persuaded Nasser to take over the country only a year partly out of fear of the local Russia was the main foreign friend then and even the local Reds were never publicly at Now Nasserled Arabs are beginning to have doubts about Moscow and Nasser is at war with the local The doubts about Moscow have been fanned by reports that the Communists are allow ing more Jews from eastern Eu rope to emigrate to the arch enemy of all Who could have imagined it year ago when the UAR was proclaimed youths are marching through the festooned streets of Damas cus celebration of the anni carrying banners which denounce Russia right along with the Western Imperial The placards read Down With Moscow Cant Stand in the Way of Arab Na Down With the Enemy of the Arabs In Syrian merchants are dissat isfied because of import restric landowners are dissatis fied because of the land reform Page 4 AUTHOR AND MISSIONARY DEFENDS PUBLIC SCHOOLS By CLYDE MURRAY Dally Sun Staff Billie Davis attacked the public school scare here Monday night and told a large crowd in n the Corsicana high school au ditorium to dont jump for everything you Making her only public speak ing appearance in the defender of modern public school education said many socalled experts who criticize schools dont really know the Questions Program She called to attention a pop ular television figure who in a recent she assert ed that modern students should take more math and science and less social what does he know about public Dav is The author of I Was A Ho bo Kid which appeared in The Saturday Evening Post and Readers said people should be informed about their schools but warned them to be ware of some of the magazine articles which are Pursuing her statement that some of the criticisms come from persons who arent fami liar with the she said there seems to be a creeping be lief that anybody knows more about the schools than profes sional Certain Problems She admitted there are cer tain problems but stressed that the problems are beyond 1m nediate solution and I have CC Approves Budget Directors of the Chamber of Commerce responded to a plea of President Bob that they back up an ambi tious program planned by offi cers and the working commit tees by adopting a 1959 budget of as compared to the 1958 budget of but which saw expenditures held to The board took little to approve the sizeably increased as compared to the time directors spent thrashing out a proposed modernization of the Chambers quarters be fore finally approving the un dertaking with 16 registered in favor and four not In another important the board gave unanimous ap proval to a resolution endorsing the master plan of the Trinity River as proposed by the Trini ty River and which spelled out the Chambers op position to Houstons applica tion to stake out a major claim pn the Trinitys water The action came after Joe TRA reported the city government and com missioners court had passed and efforts were being made to enlist simi lar support from Kerens and The State Board of Water Engineers will hold a hearing on Houstons application in Aus tin on April 6 at which time the resolutions backing up TRA in opposing the request will be In submitting the bud President Wheelock termed it an ambitious one because the Chambers committees have made big plans for 1959 and have entered into their assign ments with keen interest and enthusiasm for pushing Corsi cana He reported the executive com mittee had gone over budgets re quests thoroughly in conference session and he had met with the committee heads and urged them to make budget requests after careful considerations of their Wheelock said he had urged that committees not be nor should they underask for their but instead strive to pinpoint just the right The president emphasized that arriving at the right amount was highly important as it could mean the difference between proposing a good program and successfully carrying it or accomplishing only a fragment of a good He called attention to the fact that most of the increase proposed was for the work A the committees budgeted for as compared to pist yearr expenditures of and the fixed expenses had been held fairly close to last year spent and President Wheelock said the Chamber through var ious to print pam phlets and enlarging existing publications it and adding new ones as tools for selling Corsioana to industrj and people looking for a nice place to move and as tools also to be used in creating a better attitude on the part of local people whose occupations and line of work make them salesmen for the or detrac due to their contact with the All of these committees are the figures are Page 8 found educators dedicated See Page 4 to Parents Ired As Teenagers Get Paddlings 24 UP group of mothers meet wit Shelby County school official today to air their complaint against a school principal wh paddled 11 student General Sessions Judge Wi Hard Dixon ordered the informa conference after the mothers re quested he Issue assault in battery warrants Joh principal of Barllet High Barnes has admitted firml applying a maple paddle to th seats of 11 boys and said Ther are still seven or eight to go He said the paddllngs nlppe In the bud a direct challenge t school The trouble Barne when he carried out hi threat to shut down a drin machine If it continued to b jammed with He ost mated about 20 boys tried t organize a student boycott o the school lunchroom and who that left the school will out Barnes gave the boycott lead ers two choices take seven lick with the paddle or bring the parents to He said 11 o them have preferred the licks so but has now been told by his doctors that he has a NLRB Accepts Charge Against Bus Company FORT 24 fl The National Labor Relations Board has issued a formal com plaint charging the Contlnenta 3us System with unfair labor The board set a hearing dat form March 10 in Dallas on al idjfwjj Jy bun clriv reason norma who havtS July 1 Edwin regional made public today copies of the and said the national boards general counsel had approved it and designated a trial examiner to conduct the Charges were preferred by the ble chance to lead a This changes the whole plc he Now that I am jack I am studying hls whole thing If my sons salary is too high for the services being Itwil e It his employment s the job will be He said he regrets the furore stirred up by young Carters temporary He said it was particularly unfaii Decause this young man has been doing a tremendous I couldnt locate a compe ent administrative assistant to carry on during my h See Page 2 Proxmire Gets No Backing On Johnson Blast WASHINGTON cam palgn by William Proxmir to clip the authorlt ffj TvOf iieadcr On strike Johnson of Texas remained oneman effort No other senator publicly backed Proxmlres demand in he Senate Monday for revival if party caususes to direct and SAN Puerto Workers Presi ent Walter Reuther challenged resident George Meanys rule the AFLCIO today In the lost serious clash since the fed ration was formed four years The dispute erupted at critl al time when the AFLCIO was taking a fullscale labor war vith James Hoffas team ters union over organizing of 3uerto Rlcan Reuther and Meany emerged miling from a five and one half hour special executive ouncil session shortly after midnight and Reuther denied hat the possibility of a split n the organization was dis Nobody ever talked abou busting anything he said There are understandings now on things which were misun the AFLCIO vice president admitted that he hat offered to resign as chairman of the merged unions econom c policy committee in a dlJ pute with Union sources said Reuthe and six other former CIO of flcials criticized Meanys oper ating demanding See Page 2 Governors Get Something New NLRB Amalgamated of Electric Railway and Motor Coach Employes of Bugging various rooms In a See BUS Page 9 Delay Mailing Charter Copies Mailing of copies of the pro posed new city charter will be delayed until the latter part of the week as a result of a ruling by City Attorney Johnny ChIra City Secretary Charles Stipe and City Manager Morgan Works announced Tuesday that the city attorney had advised them the charters could not be mailed to voters until after the commission has taken final ac tion on adoption of the ordin ance calling the charter election and the ordinance has lished In the City Commission will meet in special session Wednesday at 2 to pass the election calling ordinance for second and final and the ordinance Is slat ed to be published In its entire ty In Thursdays Dally ac cording to present It now appears that mailing of the originally an nounced for today Tuesday will be delayed nt least until mense powers without respon sibility to anybody but the vot ers of who himself once praised Johnson as the second most powerful man In govern said he will discuss in a ater speech the implication of EIGHT PERSONS DIE IN Neighbors look at the remains of a house at Crystal that was destroyed by fire bringing death to a mother and her leven Mo desta Rodriguez and two of her small children were found near the back door of the small frame house and the other tiny victims were still in their AP Wirephoto ontrol the party aid Johnson is exercising He Im Johnsons leadership and the ower it has Behind the scenes there were other Democrats who obviously agreed with Proxmire that they havo surrendered to Johnson sweeping authority never before so concentrated In a parly chief But these Democrats avold See Page 4 Call Reserves n Race Riots Southern Rho 24 of young white men left their jobs today and reported for military duty throughout South ern Rhodesia as the British gov ernment tried to stem a wave of unrest In Sir Roy premier of the RhoesiaNyasaland Fed eration called up the territorial reservists after racial riots In jredomlnatcly black Nyasaland n which 50 Africans were In In Integration of the nations govei nors studied something new i Integration proposals Leroy Collins of Florida chairman of the National Gov ernors proposed t the other eight members of tfi conferences executive comml tee that a meeting on the into gration problem bo set up be twcen representatives of gover the administration an Collins said ho did not expec the committee to endorse th proposal at Its meeting today but said he had hopes of late approval if the White Hous and Congress show interest I his moderate approach to th Integration His moderate revea ed would th Seo Page 2 Shah Will Sign Agreemen 24 UPD The Shah of r fusing to bow to Soviet wan today reaffirmed Iran decision to sign a bilateral mi tary agreement with the Unite States despite all He brushed aside angry word from Moscow which said th Iran will definitely becom Russias enemy if it goes ahea and signs the military agre mcnt with We are not tl Shah toclny told a joint assem ly meeting of senators an Majlis WEST HOPES ARE DASHED BY SPEECH Macmillan Is Continuing His Extended Talks By HENRY SHAPIRO 24 UPI oviet Premier Nikita Chrushchev turned down today IB Wests proposals on Berlin nd nuclear test Speaking at an election Chrushchev flatly rejected last eeks western call for a Biff our foreign ministers confer nce on Berlin and ie said it would be unbuslness ke and Demands Summit Meet He called anew for full and ormal summit talks to decide German nucluar est bans and the whole field f EastWest The speech appeared to blast opes of a new approach to tJia Jerman stalemate just when Khrushchevs Little Summit alka with Prime Minister Har Id Macmillan of Britain had reated fresh Khrushchev scored the west rn stand at the Geneva nuclear To Continue Testa To accept the Western pro losals on Inspection and con rol would mean full capitula he We regret It but we shall See Page 8 London Expects Dramatic Hove By Macmillan Belief Increased here today that Prime Minister Harold Mac millan will pull some dramatic gimmicks out of hla white fur lat before he returns from Mos Speculation In London was that ho would come up with an Anglo Soviet nonaggression Diplomatic sources in Paris told UPI correspondent Elle Malssl a nonaggvesslon pact between NATO and the Communist Warsaw pact might The British Foreign Office re fused confirmation or even comment on the report but of ficials pointed out that a careful reading of the record backed up reports Macmillan planned some such They recalled that he hinted at such a possibility In his Kremlin dinner speech Satur day night when he it Is the duty of statesmen to see If it is possible to establish some basis of confidence or treaty or in some other way to reduce this danger of Observers said renewal of a nonaggression pact offer would bo Just the sort of dramatic gesture Mncmillan with his keen eye for the dramatic might be expected to He has been toying with the idea of a nonaggression pact for more than n first men tlonlng It publicly In a radio See Pago 8 British Lift Makarios Ban The British government today lifted its exile order on Arch bishop Makarios and announced the Greek Cypriot leader was free to return to He is expected to become the first President of Independ ent Makarios was banished from Cyprus in 1956 and deported to the Seychelles He later was allowed to go to A spokesman for the Colonial Office said Sir Hugh gov ernor of announced the revocation of Makarios de portation order today In A spokesman for the arch bishop said the archbishop is very pleased that he Is now able to go back but he has not yet made any plans for his date of He will not be going to Cyprus before The archbishop told United Press International Monday night that he would accept the of Cyprus if it were offered to although he had no ambitions to be He Is expected to fly to Nicosia Makarios is expected to ne otiate with Foot for the re lease of all EOKA prisoners still In jail in Britain and Thirtysix hard core EOKA loaders are In British A number are also in Cyprus either serving sentences or awaiting Cypriot sourc es All are expected to be releas ed to go to Greece to await the transition from a colony to in Then they will re turn to independent Publication of the Cyprus agreement disclosed that Brit ain wJl retain extensive mili tary facilities on the island after It becomes in addi tion to Its two existing Two more areas will be held open for possible future use as British and Britain also will have the right to Install a number of radar stations on the strategic east Mediterranean is Two other nations will have the right to station troops on Cyprus Greece with 950 mnn and Turkey with 650 and the island state Itself will have a 000man 60 per cent Greek In origin and 40 per cent Tur Although all three of the na tions which are to maintain roops on Cyprus are members of the Atlantic Makarios probable first president of the island it will not join the Western In an who studied at Boston Univer sity in credited pressure behind the scenes for the Cyprus agreement hammer ed out this month by Greece and The agreement that Cyprus shall become Independent within under the leadership of president of Greek extraction and a Turkish vice who are to be popularly elected for fiveyear Both the president and the vice president will be empowered to veto deci sions of the cabinet or parlia so that neither racial group on Cyprus can discrim inate against the union of with any other country mean ing Greece or partition of the Islam Into Greek and Turkish zones as long demanded by Set Page
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