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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - August 4, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL fair and hot through Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 3 90 94 95 96 97 98 Complete Weather Report on Market llHonneftht Daily SunandStmiWttkly Morning LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW alrcrafts corporates trading CHICAGO flour export late moderate light Hogs 25 cents higher to 50 cents lower top Slaughter steers steady to 25 cents higher top AP TELEMATS 50 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS CARDINAL OK VACATION FROM CHURCH Vice President Draws Crowds On Memorial Visits 4 Vice President Richard Nix on paid a surprise visit today to the Warsaw Cathedral of Stephan Cardinal but the Polish primate was on The official explanation ENGAGED TO Marie smiles as she poses with her Steve at Nor way after they announced their Anne Maries fath er is a Kristiansand Steven is the son of Nelson Rockefeller ot New AP Wirephoto Spending Conferees Unable To Agree 4 JP Pro spects of immediate adjourn ment of the third special ses sion faded almost out of sight HouseSenate conferees on the general spend ing bill next fiscal years deadlocked The Senates proposal that the session end at Wed nesday cooled on Speaker Wag goner Carrs Lack of final word from the appropriations conference committee was the delaying In the Senate reports Gangsters Reap Huge Hardest Gangsters reap a twobillion Frank dollar a year harvest in the Moss DUtah said Moss told a meeting of dis trict attorneys that the organi zation man has taken over the crime Organized criminals have set up an invisible government whose edicts are carried out by unknown enforcers and nameless he The mobsters have abandoned the crudeness of the 30s and have adopted corporate meth Moss said that of the more than two billion dollars that goes into the pockets of gangs the total includes 180 mil lion to 300 million dollars for 100 million1 dollars for labor rackets and 14 to 16 mil lion dollars for The district attorneys were attending Northwestern Uni versitys 14th annual short course for William district attorney of Los said his county has tried to avoid slot machines justice by add ing six more district judges to try felony that 72 pages of the confer ences original draft of the spending measure had been changed since last weeks pas sage of the 185 million dollar tax The House refused 6344 to take up a resolution requiring ComptrollerRobert to estimate officially how much money the tax bill will raise to finance state services during the next two The 185 mil lion figure is an unofficial esti member of the conference com opposed the tax resolu He said the committee will tell how much is available for spending when it reports back to the The Senate approved a resolu tion providing the a day pay for legislators during the third called It had been approved earlier in the House Legislators went payless on1 pay day Monday because the Senate had not This created some hard feelings in the Earlier House and See Page 2 Lower Gasoline Prices Posted Retail gasoline prices on reg ular dropped another two cents Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning at major oil outlets with one or two exceptions and their orders were expected dur ing the Sinclair reported the reduc tion was on both regular and higher Most retail stations were sell ing regular at cents per while in some isolated lower quotations were noted at both major and in dependent One North Beaton street dealer had cents posted for Khrushchev Due To Arrive 12 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 5 ft ft Nixon Skirts Trouble On Poland Stop for failure of Nixon and the Card inal to meet was given by a vice presidential who said that Wyszynski went on vacation Considered tjnwlse Nixon himself had said Monday he had no plans o meet the and that no request had been made on his behalf for such a Western diplomatic circles here had said in advance of Nixons arrival Sunday that they felt a visit by the vice president o the Cardinal would be diplo matically spiritual leader of 25 million Polish Roman Cath remains the storm center of troubled churchstate rela Diplomatic sources felt a visit by Nixon to the Card inal would be impolite to his official Polands commun ist Would Hurt Cardinal Even more they was that a meeting with Nixon would seriously Wyszynskis precarious pc By DONALD NEFF LOS 4 UPI A 28yearold man shot down while holding up a drug store was revealed to day as the real estate man who t had been hoped would in dustrialize a desert community make it a rival of Palm Las Vegas and Daniel an ex Marine who apparently was never in trouble with the law before cleared at least rom two of his robberies and See Page 2 Labor Warned Holfa To Ruin Unless Checked 4 UPI The Senate Rackets Committee asserted in a new report today that Teamster President James Hoffa will successfully destroy the decent labor movement in the United States if his power remains The committee outlined a 21 point indictment against the controversial boss of the na tions largest union in the first section of an interim report based on its 1958 It charged that Hoffa has or is attempting to alliances with elements of corruption and com munists both within and with out the giant truckdrivers un The section of the report deal ing with Hoffa was expected to be filed in the Senate later to Parts dealing with three other unions will be filed Wed nesday and other sections will follow later in the The committee lambasted Hof fa and his associates on a half dozen including his faithlessness to his own un his callous repression of Democratic rights and his ties with The committee recalled that See Page 8 Barden Blasts Labor Tactics Graham Barden DNC today accused representatives of organized labor of trying to take over the House Labor Committee in the drafting of labor control the Labor Committee made his charge be fore the House Rules Commit tee in asking that the House be permitted to debate the legisla tion with no gag or parliamen tary Denouncing labor union rep resentatives for what he called reprehensible actions during the committees six weeks of bil drafting Barden de clared Hoffas folks and the AFLCIO have sought to move In and take over the chairman ship and run the I have been many years in the but this has been the most trying experience I have had in my Bardens reference to Hoffas oiks apparently meant repre sentatives of Teamsters Presi dent James who has opposed the Earlier Republican con gressional leaders urged Presi dent Eisenhower to use every available means in atlrring up support for legislation aimed at curbing abuses in labor Charles Halleck of Indiana and Everett Dirksen of the two said they stronghly rec ommended to the President at a breakfast meeting that he convey to the country his im pression of labor abuses as dis closed in Senate Halleck said he suggested that Eisenhower use radio and tele vision facilities if What course the President will Haileck was not de Barden was the leadoff wit ness in what promised to be an extended Rules Committee hear ings on procedure to govern Barden and other critics of the committee a measure criticized by a majority of com mitee want it sent to the floor under rules permitting unlimited Barden said labor racketeers have usurped more power to themselves than a bad man should and more power than a good man should Likening the racketeering un ion members to head Barden laid I have never been able to stand being pushec and I never intend to stand for Barden went that philosophy is spreading In this country and is as obvious as the venom of a Barden told the committee he has never seen as much pub lic interest in labor legislation since the days of passage of the TaftHartley labormanagement relations But TaftHartley has sur he The American people want an orderly they have a sincere desire for an orderly society and an or derly economy where the rights of people and the rights of prop erty are To meet these desires of the Barden the House should be permitted freedom to draft legislation that will an swer these people who have grown to believe that law was not made for and that we be allowed to drift back to a cave man A wideopen floor battle over labor control legislation was in dicated when the House take up the probably next See LABOR Page 3 Reject States Civil Rights Obligation Promoter Turns Robber At Night Panel To Seek estimates On Parking Space The Downtown Modernlza ion committee agreed Tuesday to ask the city to work up esti mates on the costs of grave and grading for development of ree parking space for from 50 to 60 cars initially on the off street parking lot on the Wof ford property with a view to getting these un der way as soon as Chairman Jack Young presid ed at the session held in Cham ber Manager of fice tn fhe Navarro Hotel and with Knight brought the com mittee up to date on negotia The panel was advised that four contracts have resulted rom thearrangements to set up the parking lot for allday shoppers and people working all day In the downtown dis The first contract is be tween the merchants who will make monthly contributions to ward the rental of the lot and the city which executed the ease with which is the second The third contract was between See Page 8 Lightning Bolt Kills Two Girls 4 UPI Two girl scouts were killed and two others injured today when a bolt of lightning ripped into a tent at a scoul encampment north of Sally Cleveland and June Gam were pro nounced dead on arrival al Medina Community Lynn Rocky was admitted with burns of the Mari lyn Bedford was treated for burns of the The bolt struck during a thunderstorm as the girls hud dled inside the One of the girls was standing at the exit of the tent when the lightn ing used the money to form a real estate buy proper fancy clothes and expensive police The handsome Jekyll and Hyde was known as the brief case bandit in his life of crime and in his life as a business executive the man who was going to make the desert com munity of the gem of the He was a getrickqulck said Thomas He plan ned to get rich both with a jun and his scheme to make lis invested loot grow Into a He was but wore elvator shoes to add two inches to his height and wore padded sholders to give himself a See Page 2 Family Held Captive By Fugitives 4 University of Iowa and his family were held captive sum mer home near here for eigh1 hours last night by two fugi lives from the Anamosa Mens The fugitives later fled in the Engle The two who terrorized the Engle family were identified as Larry and Don ald both of Dos Both were Engle is a professor of Eng lish and director of the pro gram of creative writing at the He is the author of a number of hooks and poems and has edited the O Henry prize Mary who with her younger sister and her parents were held captive in their home had predicted Mary and the harrowing her father had been out for a ride and noticed the roadblocks that authorities had set up to capture the two 1 Mary jokingly told her fathei See Page 9 Private School Will Not Open LITTLE 4 Rocks largest segregated high school will not be in operation this although students had registered for principal of the Raney school said the decision was made Monday night at a meeting of the schools board of He would not 4 UPI The House Judiciary Committee today rejected an administration civil rights pro losal which would have declared hat states are obligated to ake steps to end racial segrega tion in their public The provision would have put Congress on record as reeogniz ng that the Supreme Courts 1954 school desegregation Is the supreme law the land and that states are obliged to The committee struck It out of its pending civil rights bill at a closed There was reported to have been a large majority against The voting crossed party with some northerners in both teaming up with south ern members to eliminate the The motion to strike it was said to have been made by William McCulloch ranking Republican on the McCulloch would lot confirm or deny but defended the committees ac McCulloch said It had appear ed unmistakable that the en tire section providing federal aid to help develop desegrega tion programs would be defeat ed unless the provision was by a close 16 to 14 beat down move See CIVIL Page 8 NAACP Leader Defies Officials In Arkansas Dal las negro leader says he will go to Little if citi zens there need him or ask him to despite an offi ial request to stay The Dallas Clarence Southwest field represen tative for the National Assn for the Advancement of Color ed added that he would not hesitate to go to Little Rock f his services are neede for school Arkansas Bruce an outspoken foe of the publicly call ed on Laws to stay out of Lit tle Rock and its school situa Laws replied by suggesting hat Bennett could render a greater public service If he would live up to his oath of of fice to uphold the Constitution of the United Last Laws predict nd the tempo of integration in the South hinged on events at Little Rock next The school board there intends to open the citys four public high schools on an integrated basis Laws said he intended to be here for the school open if he were I will take whatever risks are he told news to assist In safeguarding the constitutional rights oi school and to thereby strengthen our He Bee LITTLE Page 8 POLICE OFFICER LOST IN STREET CAVE gaping hole In a street in the northeast section of where policeman disappeared while Investigating the The area has been evacuated because of escaping illuminating The lost officer is Joseph AP Wirephoto House Approves Defense Measure j PLANS TALK BEFORE UN ASSEMBLY 4 UPI The House today ap proved a compromise defense appropriation bill carrying virtually every dol lar that President Eisenhower The measure was passed by voice vote and sent to the Sen It would provide per cent of the funds Elsenhower asked for to run the armed services fop the fiscal year which began July While the bill provides the funds sought by the it spells out a major revision of some of the military pro Laborer Fined For Opposition To Polio Shots 4 laborer was fined Monday for refusing to allow his two children to be vaccinated against An allmale jury convicted Ben Gamble of violating a county ordinance requiring vac cination of all Gamble refuself his son anc Arthur and Eliza receive the Gambles testi fied that Arthur had received one shot but became deathly 111 and that she vowed to God he would not be allowed to receive Meanwhile at doctors at University Hospital reported that three children with paralytic polio were ad One of the children was fiveyearold Mildred Flenniken whose four brothers and sisters all had received polio vaccina tions while she had jrams proposed by the admin The bill would overturn the Presidents plan to reduce the National It also would See Page 8 Cities In Texas Invite Premier To Visit Them NEW 4 tfl Invitations are mounting for Soviet Premier Nlkita Khrush chev to see a crosssection of American cities next Philadelphia wants him take a look at the Liberty Bell and Independence has In vited him to visit this com munity of diversified agricul ture and industry in the heart land of A suggestion that Khrushchev visit Kansas came from Olln president of the Chamber of The San Press Club invited Khrushchev to be guest speaker ati its Gridiron LITTLE UP A fifth death from polio was reported Monday as the disease reached epidemic proportions in Orval Faubus an See Page 8 He Just Wants Fourth Shot9 4 caller was concerned about Arkansas polio I want to know where I can get my fourth polio he Why not go back where you got the first suggested assistant health I havent had the first the man I just want the fourth Ive heard thats the to Thornton of Dal las said he would give Khrush chev the same cordial welcome of any other distinguished per New York has not extended any but Mayor Rob ert Wagner has said the city would cooporate Ikes Gift Cows Reach Helsinki 4 cows and three a glfr from President Eisen hower to Soviet Premier Niklta arrived in Helsinki today on their journey to the Soviet The presented to Khrushchev during the visit of First Deputy Premier Anastas Mlkoyan in the earlier this arrived on the Swed ishAmerican lines Boreholm and were transferred to a Sov iet railroad car for transporta tion to Howard keeper of the animals who has travelled with them all the way from Clove said that one of the shorthorn cows became seasick during the Atlantic crossing but that everything was all right on arrival The animals will arrive In the Soviet Union They will be transported to a ministry of agriculture farm outside Moscow where they will become progenitors of an Amer ican breed of cattle in Preliminary Tour Details Begin To Assume Shape 4 UPI Premier Nikita Khrushchev will arrive In this country on Sept and probably will address the United Nations General As sembly In New York a few days It was learned to Lane Objects Details of Khrushchevs his torlc 13day first of any Russian chief of govern known as Thomas Lane in troduced a resolution to put ingress formally on record as opposed to the Soviet premiers trip to the United Although congressional ion to the visit was generally Styles Bridges chairman of the Sen ate Republican policy commit said it would be used primarily for propaganda and would serve no beneficial pur See Page 2 Officials Begin Work On Tight Security Flans 4 Worried security officials work ed today to devise airtight ar rangements to protect Soviet Premier Niklta Khrushchev during his visit to the United States next One local police ac customed to guardingVIP said Khrushchevs visit was likely to touch off pro tests by organized groups and Individuals who just plain dont like the guy or The official said Khrushchev was sure to attract more dem onstrators than his deputy pre miers Frol Kozlov and Anastas who visited here because the Rus sian leader Is much better known In this A major International incident would caused if Khrushchev was harmed while In the United State Department security of ficers will have primary respons ibility for guarding the Soviet They will be aided by the Secret local police here and in other cities Khrushchev will and the Russians own The State Department secur ity forces held the first of a scries of planning sessions within hours after President Eisenhower announced yester day that Khrushchev was com District of Columbia police held a similar planning meet One veteran security chief said if any incidents do It wont be for lack of trying to prevent Visit Is Calculated Risk By WILLIAM RYAN AP Foreign New Analyst Soviet Premier Nlkita Khrush chev Is taking a calculated risk in accepting an Invitation to visit the United His exchange of visits with President Eisenhower will per mit an unusualcalm to settle over the main arenas of the cold war for a couple of But there is no reason to sup pose that peace has broken Khrushchev has long indicat ed he badly wantel the invita tion to He maneuver ed industriously to get But why was he so eager Khrushchevs projected few days in Washington and Presi dent Eisenhower in Moscow will be In effect a meeting at the a twosided meet Ing with other countries on the The Western Allies are being reassured and are making nois es like they are welcoming the By the time Khrush chev gets they possib ly will be wondering what real ly went on behind closed The Idea that Khrushchev is thinkingalong such lines can nolt be for he is think ing along such lines cannot be for he Is known to have entertained a notion of splitting the by hinting at a possible twoway deal to keep the world In Its But there is some risk Tor Khrushchev The same uneasiness he may seek to arouse among the Western Eu ropeans also can be provoked among the Chinese A MoscowWashington display of and alls right with the world can hardly make Peiplng sublimely Red China is in no pisition to flirt with the idea of world It has too far to straining every muscle to make its own revolution It needs an American Coming on top of the obvious failure of the Big Four foreign ministers to agree on Berlin and the sudden outbreak of exuberant good will might be viewed aa an high ly welcome ray of But the Berlin affair Is work Ing out as predicted by those familiar with Soviet Khrushchev Issued an ultima To carry through on it would have been a grave To back down would have been What better solution than to leave the whole matter up in the air while Khrushchev lumgers about the United States trying to look like pigeon of peace Khrushchev probably has oth er reasons for wanting to coma to Its likely he wants to meas ure the climate of American This was done for him by two first deputy Anastas Mikoyan and Frol But possibly Khrush chev believes neither deputy and wants to see for Khrushchev possibly considers Americans suckers for a broad grin and hearty He may think they will be eager to forget all about the cold war by the time he is finished with But the United States has much to gain by the exchange Vice President Richard Nix ons reception In the Soviet Un ion and Poland already has In dicated There Is no possibility of con verting Khrushchev from his be lief the Communist revolution must triumph throughout But Khrushchev entii a fading generation of one track mind Russians now are going to havi a close look at thi leader of a government they have been told la Intent on de vouring For the Russians It cannot help but be a healthy   

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