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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - February 25, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Thursday no Important tempera ture Thermometer 8j 9 10 11 12 1 I 1 48 52 56 6S 1 64 65 66 Complete Weather Beport on Market v v T Ipomeof tlie Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Mornina I iiiht LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er profit corporates Cotton dealings CHICAGO WheatsHigher old crop con tracts rally export buy with to 50 cents lower top Slaughter 25 to 50 cents higher top AP TELEMATS 225 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Eisenhower Feels Talks On Germany Futile Now ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ftftftftftftftftft Macmillan Gloomy Over Moscow Trip Results TEENAGE DEATH WATCH The covered body of 17yearold Tony shot to death in a teen gang IB the centerpiece of a movielike drama on the sidewalk of downtown Police surround wounded John as the blackjacketed youth raises his bleeding hand and averts his eyes from the body of his dead Four teen agers were arrested in the started when a rival gang invaded the pinball amusement arcade at the right where the victim and his friends were playing AP Wirephoto Young Cam pan el la Ad mils Theft The15yearold son of former baseball star Roy Campanella returned to court today for the second time in as many days to face a charge of juvenile de The was accom panied by his Ruthe who told newsmeri that if the judge al lows her son to return home he may be sent to a parochial Roy Is sick over these inci Campanella Tuesday she David went to his father and told him he was genuinely sorry he brought such shame on the David was found guilty of juvenile delinquency Tuesday for participating in a street fight Queens Childrens Court Judge Wilfred A Waltemade discharged David and his mother voluntarily to a Queens stationhouse where the boy was booked ori another juvenile delinquency charge for a 14 burglary of a He was released in his moth ers custody for todays appear ance before Judge The judge said Tuesday David be dealt with severely if he got in trouble Campanella said today a lot depends on what the judge It isnt that we think Dave is entitled to better treat ment than anyone else but he didnt hold anyone up and it not a The mother of five other children said that everything k has been blown up out of pro See Page 8 Laws On Juveniles The question Should a 16yearold pay for major crimes with a prison term like an or be sentenced to correctional school as a juvenile A House Judiciary subcom mittee was told Tuesday night to come up with the Ben Sudderth spotlighted the problem with a bill which would allow juvenile courts to transfer 16yearolds chhrged with felonies to district court If indicted and con they could be sent to Sudderth told the committee the bill would apply to only one or two per cent of the juvenile delinquent He said it would be a step in the right direction in solving the growing delinquency The measure would put into law one of Ihe recommendations of the Texas Law Enforcement Study Under the present juve niles must be handled in juve nile Sudderth said the bill would not change the juvenile age lim general manager of the Texas Department of said he would be in favor of the bill provided that it did not apply to girls and it See Page 10 Vf Tp Weather Balks Rocket Ships Actual Flight EDWARDS AIR FORCE The rocket ship X15 is ready for initial but the first actual captive flight under the wing of a mother aircraft has been delayed by it was disclosed Although the bulletlike X15 wont be dropped from its car a giant B52 modified the posibility still ex ists that pilot Scott Crossfield might have to cut it loose to glide back down in a desert dry lake Recurring showers during the past two weeks have made the lake beds softer than usual as the National Aeronautics and Space Agency grooms the ship expected to carry a man higher and faster than ever before in an early February flight was scheduled for the While it remains aground technicians are working every day on the crafls various con trol including test ings of the first two rocket engines designed to make it fly on its own KHRUSHCHEV ADDRESS IS BOMBSHELL Speech Timing Is Astounding To British Unit 25 Jritish Prime Minister Harold Macmillan renewed his talks with Premier Nikita Khrush chev today in an atmosphere made gloomy by the Soviet lead ers cold war speech of Macmillan looked tired and a bit glum and observers said Khrushchevs speech rejecting a foreign ministers conference on Germany had cast doubt on success of his Moscow mis The British prime minister ap peared to be feeling He was suffering from a cold when he vent to Moscow last and it was obvious today he had not If Macmillan looked tired and possibly upset over the Khrushchev the Soviet Premier was his usual jovial self as he drove to his subur ban villa where Macmillan spent the Up until Tuesday the Anglo Soviet talks appeared to be go ng Then without Mac millans advance knowledge Khrushchev delivered his strong speech to a political rally call ing for a summit conference instead of foreign minister The official British position here was that Khrushchevs speech changed nothing since what the Soviet Premier said in1 public he already had told Brit ish leaders in But the British were dum See Page 10 Seaton Opens Drive To Hake Hawaii Stale 25 UPI Interior Secretary Fred Seaton today opened the ad ministrations drive for Senate passage of an Hawaiian state hood Appearing as the leadoff wit ness at a hearing of the Senate Territories Sea ton said it was not a question of whether the Pacific islands should become a bul Seaton said the islands are politically and economically ready for He also pointed out Hawaii is a picture window of the Pacific through which the peoples of the Easl look into our American fronl He urged swift passage of a statehood bill to show the peo ples of Asia that the United States practices what we preach about Legislature Progress Slow 25 UP The House finally passed three Sen ateapproved bills send ing them to the governor for signature into The law changes include a bill to allow annexation of ad ditional territory in Abilene to the West Central Texas Muni cipal Water a bill plac ing Tarrant County hunting laws under the Game Commis and a measure creating a Wichita County Water Routine resolutions and in troduction of bills occupied time in the The Senate also got today the first major legislation passed by the 56th Legislature the Houseapproved proposal aimed at stamping out loan sharks in The Senate confirmed the ap pointments of Sterling Evans of Cameron and John New ton of Beaumont as Texas and directors but took no action on John Biggs of Ver Senators amended and passed on voice vote a House bill pre venting the use of live bog virus in Sponsors claim handling of the live virus often endangers the spread of cholera to other The amend ment allowed live virus to be handled in Another House measure got unanimous approval and was sent to the It would allow the Highway Department to pay county officials for serv ices in connection with rightof way transactions for public Doyle Willis of Fort Worth accepted a House amend ment to his bill to allow coun ties to construct jury wheels with plastics and to be equipped with electric House members also discussed a bill which would establish the commission on reorganization of the executive branch of the state It would au thorize a fouryear study by a 12man commission modeled along the lines of the Hoover Dick Cory of Victoria said the Hoover Commission saved seven billion dollars the first year and three billion dol lars each year thereafter when its recommendations were adopt Further discussion was post poned until March Both houses quit until Thurs The measure allowing the Legislature to raise or lower the constitutional limit of II per cent interest on all loans and to control the loan busi ness was approved 12917 Tues It will be considered by Senate committee and if ap proved sent to the floor for de If finally passed by the Legislature and signed by the governor the issue will then be voted upon in the 1960 genera The action on the House floor far overshadowed arguments in the numerous committee meet ings Tuesday and Tuesday night The House Revenue and Taxation Committee will re sume its hearing today on a bill calling for recodificatlon of aH state tax The au Frateg Seellgson of San told the corn See Page i 25 Several Democrats are building a protest bonfire under Presi dent Eisenhowers nomination of Lewis Strauss as secre tary of one of Washingtons more controversial ap pears likely to get eventual confirmation if only because the Senate sledom in modern times has rejected a cabinet appoint But Estes Kefauver D Olin Johnston D and some other Demo crats are expected to direct a hot fire against the former chairman of the Atomic Energy Jommlssion before the ap pointment is acted upon by the Senate Commerce Commlt The committee postponed con sideration of the scheduled after Kefauver asked for a delay pending a Justice Department report on Strauss role in the DixonYates Rogers meanwhile made public a letter to Kefauver saying there is no such investi gation Subcommittee Chairman Sen See Page 10 Book Policeman CORPUS member of the Corpus Christ police narcotics squad was arrested early today as he emerged from a liquor store car rying an armful of liquor Booked for investigation of bur glary was Patrolman a fiveyear veter an of the police President Insists Profits Vital Bonfire Readied For Strauss Corsicana justice of the Wednesday struck out at wife beaters for reviving what he termed cave man tactics and said from here on they will be fined the max imum in his During the past ten days at least six men charged with Dealing or threatening their wives have come before the Some of the charges were simple assault others were ag gravated According to County Attorney Jimmy Morris who prepares most of the charges filed In such aggravated assault can carry a jail sentence in addition to a Simple as sault carries a maximum fine of plus Persons found guilty of simple assault cannot be assessed jail lime in See 3 Civic Affairs Panel Adopts Work Program A fivepoint program as sub mitted by a subcommitlee dele gated the was adopt ed b the Chamber of Com merce civic affairs committee Wednesday in lining up its years Bringing in the recommenda tions were a subpanel compris ed of David Wilson John Dana Williams and Bob Glad Chairman Julius Jacobs lisled Ihe points of the program as follows Urge the organization of an independent to be comprised of all interested citiz ens in to publicize and conduct an educational campaign in favor of adoption of the proposed new Jacobs said he announced to See Page 9 Grocer Wants Grazing Bill Maurice Pipkin of Brownsville had an Important question to ask In the midst of a public hearing Tuesday night on a bill that would strengthen shoplift ing Im a Pipkin Isnt there something In this bill to cover people who just graze around We have had some people who cat a sev en or eight course meal whlln doing their grocery Bob Baker of Houston said he was afraid his measure did not cover the meandering The proposal was sent to a CAVE MM TACTICS DUE LIKE PENALTY FROM JUDGE Grant Drunks CellRequest It finally happened Someone broke into the coun ty jail Tuesday Deputy Dude Norton said he was roused by a pounding on the front The caller said he was drunk and wanted to bo locked Norton Norton said the selfimprison ed man disturbed thes leep of the other prisoners the remain der of the The man didnt have to ask to remain in jail Wednesday morn Charged with he was fined in Justice Bowdens court and led back to Son Held As Mother Uncle Stabbed 25 UP A woman was hacked to death and her brother was seriously slash ed early Police accused the womans son of cutting the throats of his mother and The body of Gertrude McCar a was found in her bloodspattered apartment on Nonquit A witness said he saw McCarthys Edmund stabbed in two sep arate attacks on the street out side the Walshs condition at City Hos pital was described as Robert was captured trying to enter the home of a relative in Police said McCarthy had a bloodstained knife In his pos They said a Navy is a former men tal patient and for some time has been considered a He was booked on suspicion of addition to the Morris Aggravated assault cases are vanscripted to the court of their Judge Bowden said he would see that defendants who regress o what He called cave men get what he termed cave men ounishmerit in his ex plaining that they would get the maximum He also indicated that he would start recommending more aggravated assault al See CAVE Page 10 Urge Uniformity On Inoculations Among Schools In Its first meeting of the yeai Tuesday the Chamber of Commerce public health commit tee passed a resolution urging the school board to bring aboul uniformity in compliance with the requirement that all dren enrolled In the public schools be immunized againsi typhoid anc The action came after Wilson David reported on the results of a survey conducted bj the School Health committee ol the Medical The repoH noted that a high per cent ol negro pupils have not Immunized against the diseases while in contrasting only six students in one of the larger white elementary schools were found not to have the re quired Manager Dick Knight As a protective health measure to the entire the committee Is urging the schoo through the resolution to seek uniform compliance of the Immunization It was also brought to the committees attention that Cor sicanas public school system now has more than pupils and only one school nurse which places an unusual load on one and is not In keeping with those of other school sys tems of comparable Hope was expressed by the commit tee that the school board wil add another school nurse to equalize the load work of the one now on Manager Knight said tin committees attention nnd con Michigan Man Seeks Freedom In Haley Assails Wheat Decision 25 UPI Evetts a prominent Texas bitter ly assailed a Supreme Court de cision Tuesday that Congress has power to regulate wheat farmers grow for their own Haley has a personal interest in the It involves his Evetts who grew 43 acres of wheat without an allotment on his acre ranch in Sequoyah I apparently made the mis take of rearing my boy to ex pect nothing from his govern ment but protection of his rights under the Paley Now the government has destroyed Its perfectly obvious that nobody except the negro or the Communist can expect anything from the present Supreme The Agriculture Department said the 27yearold must pay a penally of He refused and the government went to Federal District Judge Whitfield Davidson ruled in Dallas last October that Con power to regulate com merce does not extend to vheat consumed on the farm where it is Haley con tended he used the wheat for livestock and none of it was put on the The government appealed the and the Supreme Court Tuesday reversed Judge David son in a brief citing a 184 decision of its own as a The elder who made See Page 10 25 UPI Clare Hoff man told the House Tuesday that a Michigan farm er had been so pestered by gov ernment farm controls that he has decided to move to Hoffman said that in Australia poultry farmer Stanley Yankus of hopes to enjoy the status of a free citizen once Such a Hoffman is no longer possible in Amer ica where the the the theorists and those who insist upon ordering the lives of others are day by day restricting He cited Yankus troubles with the government as evidence that while America may be the Sea Page 10 25 UPI President Eisenhower oday warned emphatically against taxing profits to such a dangerous point that the nation would have to find a new way of financing the federal govi The President told his news conference that too many peo ple were prone to decry profits and their place in the Ameri can economic system when actu ally the operation of the govern ment was based squarely on suc cessful profitmaking private Other news conference high lights thought the steel In dustry could avoid a price in crease this year if the steel workers held their new wage demands to a level measured solely by increased warned against tamper ing with the reciprocal trade and said it would be grave mistake if the United States gave way to Increasing See Page 10 HOKSE 50 YEARS OLD 25 UPI Italys oldest horse celebrated Its 50th birthday here Topol ino is owned by the nearbj village of Fantecolo and Is claimed to be the oldest horse In the Lariffg all along the announced that Presi dent Adolfo Lopez Mateos of his recent host in had accepted his in vitation to visit the United States sometime in the See Russians Told Nuclear Tests PactffiouUfuI 25 United States and Britain told Russia today that Tuesdays speech by Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev raised the gravest doubts whether agreement could ever be reached to ban nuclear weapon The Western dolegates at threenation talks on a nuclear test ban said the Khrushchev speech suggested the Soviet Un ion has no Intention of accept ing any kind of effective inter national Tho West con siders such control an Indispen sable element of a test ban Khrushchev told a Moscow au dienco Tuesday Western propos als for vetofree international control and inspection are un acceptable to Russia because they constitute a thorough mil itary reconnaissance of the en tire territory of our The conference has been at a virtual standstill over this is sue for More Cheaters Are Disciplined 25 The University of Texas has discip line 15 more students for cheat ing on a final examination in a government The action bars the students from all social and extracurri cular student activities and li able for permanent suspension on any violations in the Twentyone students were sus pended earlier for buying or selling the SAYS SUMMIT MEET WOULD BE HARMFUL Assails Adamant Position Taken By Khrushchev Elsenhower said to day that Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchevs obvious and palp ably intranslgient attitude low ers hopes for any really success ful negotiations on Berlin and Is Pessimistic The President also threw cold water on Khrushchevs sugges tion for a summit Ha said such a meeting1 would do more harm than good unless it was prepared in such a way as to promise some hope of accom plishing He told a news conference that Khrushchevs rejection of Wests proposal for a Big Four Foreign Ministers Conference on Berlin and Germany was not a hopeful particular ly since it came at a time when British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan Is in Moscow trying create a good atmosphere for Kremlin Talk Krushchevs rejection came In a Kremlin speech in one of his est statement in recent months about the Soviet said ha could In see much use In trying to hold EastWest con ferences of any kind If theAl get a negative ariswerbe tots negotiations even The United States and Its al See Page 10 vjv ST tfff P P Ike Says Own Judgment Best About Defense Elsenhower said to day he knows more about de fense needs than the Individual military service The at a news con struck back at what h9 called demagogic critics of his defense Elsenhower referred in a sar castic voice to talk about some submarines and He did not name specifically these critics of his defense pro But It was clear he was aiming this shaft at Stuart Symington and others who have contended the admin istrations defense program will permit the United States to fall behind Russia In the production of Intercontinental A reporter touched off a vig orous response from Elsenhow er when she noted that some of the service chiefs have Indi cated views differing from the Presidents In their testimony before congressional The reported asked if some way could be found to eliminate these differences of Eisenhower replied that ho was astounded nt the He said he has spent all his life on this military problem and for six years has hnd the final See Pago 10 Retirement Up To Dulles 25 UPI President Elsenhower indicated today that after Secretary of State John Foster Dulles completes radiation treat ment for they will confer on whether the cabinet officer wishes to continue In the The at his news emphasized again however that Dulles himself will make the Eisenhower reported that Dul who marked his 71st birth day today at Walter Reed Army Medical is responding remarkably well to radiation treatment for the abdominal The President said it will take ome weeks to complete the intensive radiation therapy which Dulles has been Then he indicated that he ex pects to confer with Dulles and the doctors shortly after the radiation treatments are com pleted to determine the feasi bility of the secretarys resum ing his As he has several times be fore the President stressed that Dulles himself will make the decision on whether he can re sume work or must He said that he knows he cannot keep Dulles unless the secre tary can bo restored to that degree of health required to carry on his functions without serious physical The President told his news conference that doctors at Wal ter Reed Army Medlcul Center are quite pleased with the pro gress Dulles has shown to But Elsenhower declined to predict how soon It will be pos Bible to tell whether Dulles will be able to return to his Dulles doctors will hazard no guess as to whether he can ever again resume full time duties in the wake of the finding that he has boon stricken again with tho secretary is keeping his hand on foreign policy matters even while under going hospital Eisenhower visibly strove for self control when a reporter ask ed him how he felt about de mands by some Democratic senators that Dulles be placed The President folded his arms across his gritted his teeth a heavy scowl on hli After long pauM tie spoke very He said he would try to be without commenting on senators who have called for Dulles he named four senators Mike Mansfield John Sparkman John Kennedy D and Homer Capehart R he have pub llcally recognized Dulles great value to the United States and who have expressed prayerful hopes that he can carry The President said these and other senators who have ex pressed similar views are think ing of the welfare of the United Hubert Humphrey and Stuart Syming ton proposed over tha weekend that the President name a new secretary of state t think Dulles wants to p this the President vigorously admonished report He said that was not tha case by any He said the only reason DuU lea is hoping to get well and re sume his duties is that he had 10   

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