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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - August 5, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL to partly clou dy and hot through Thermometer 9 10 11 12 1 2 85 89 92 94 96 97 98 Complete Weather Report on Market Daily SunandSOTlWMkly Morning LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er defense issues in governments quiet CHICAGO WheatsLower slacken ing commercial Corn Narrowly mixed late scattered light with Tuesdays low close top steers mostly 25 to 50 cents lower top 51 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Nikita Wants To Talk Without Saber Rattling 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 Democrats Ask Time To Match Ikes Speech EISENHOWER WANTS TOUGH LABOR BILL Some Hopeful President Can Supply Light 5 UPI President Eisen hower will make a nationwide radio and television speech Thursday night in an effort to prod Congress into passing a tougher labor reform Con gressional Democrats immedi ately demanded equal The White House announced that radio and TV networks had agreed to set aside 15 minutes to EDT for an address by the presi dent on the need for an effec tive labor reform bill this Hagerty Indefinite Press Secretary James Hagerty refused to say whether 0 the president would call for passage of a tougher bill than the one already approved by the Senate or a middleoftheroad version sent to the House floor by its labor But key congressional Re publicans said Eisenhower would renew his qualified en dorsement of the tougher He will endorse it in sub if not in one QOP member Want Reply Time Democratic leaders were equally certain that he would plug for the stronger and demanded that the TV and radio networks grant them equal time fo reply Senate Democratic whip Mike Mansfield said Sen See LABOR Page 10 Report Charges Teamster Funds Pay Hoffa Debt 5 a The Senate committee invest gating rackets charged today pthat James Hoffa paid longstanding debt to the Chi cago underworld with three million dollars of Teamsters Union health and welfare The committee in a report to the said that pres ident of the Teamsters Union personally swung the deals to please the underworld and benefit the family of Paul It said Dorf man is the man who introduced Hoffa to Midwest mob In members of the Dorfman family were not avail able for The committee said Midwes Teamsters Union members pale dearly for the deals since 1950 In drastic reduction of health welfare insurance benefits am inflated charges for the insur The committee also filed two other reports with the Senate on its 1958 al leging That the brothers Max and Louis who since have resigned is officials of the See Page 2 Proposed County Budget Includes Salary Raises ON WAY TO PRISON FOB Anjette Lyles wearing dark leaves the Bibb County courthouse in Ma accompanied by sheriffs aides on the way to state pris on at Reidsville to await execution for the poison slaying of her nineyearold daughter She was also accused in the deaths of two husbands and a Date of execution for August 17 CAP Wlrevhoto A ten per cent pay raise for ounty employes is included in he 1960 proposed county budget repared by County Judge Ken eth Douglas and County Audi or John Officers ill get a 15 per cent The proposed budget has been led with the county clerks of ice for public It ill remain there until a pub c hearing is held not later than Commissioners court nust adopt a budget before Judge Douglas explained that he proposed pay raises are made possible by a surplus in le officers salary The proposed spending pro ram for 1960 totals 40 s compared to the 1959 budget f the salary increas s are the only major changes n the But the increase s not all earmarked for sala Included are accumulated unds which may or may ot e used for permanent improve ments but had to be included the budget to prevent the mending of the spending pro ram in case the funds are There will be no change in he 90cent tax rate if the bud et is adopted as except for he twocent tax approved by he citizens of the county for he maintenance of flood deten is recommended that sal Little Rock Opening High Schools Early Panel Approves 5Point Bill On Civil Rights 5 UPI The House Judiciary Committee approved today by an overwhelming vote a five point civil rights The measure includes most of President Eisenhowers recom But the in last minute struck out his proposal for federal aid to help schools develop desegregation Chairman Emanuel Celler D said an unholy coalition of southern Democrats and quite a number of Republicans joined to eliminate the school aid The committee refused by a 1614 vote to strike it out Tues But a motion by Jack Brooks to reconsider was approved The final fivepoint measure was approved by nearly al See CIVIL Page 10 By JOHN HASLAM LITTLE UPI The Little Rock school board announced Tues day night it plans to open Little Rocks four public high schools on three weeks aheac of Six negro students have been approved for attendance at two of the former white schools One board member said todaj he expects there may be The boards unexpected ac lion was aimed at beating Gov Orval Faubus to the punch i he tries to call a special session of the Arkansas legislature ti try and prevent integration The statement issued by tin board explained the decision was to give students more tim to adjust to routine and ge down to The high school were closed last year by Fau Some of the students attend ed private schools and other attended schools outside Littl Rock and outside Arkansas Others didnt attend any schoo A reliable source close to th board told United Press Inter national that the real reaso behind the hoards decision wa See LITTLE Pape 2 Nixon Returns To United States LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION VITAL COUNTY FACTOR The reported shift of the ivestock industry from West Texas to East Texas has affect ed Navarro county very The strong position the indus try has held in the economic picture of the county for lolds true This may be attributed to the geographical position of the could claim al Ion It aries of the tax assessorcollec county district county county and sheriff be raised from 220 to The county judge draws but of his salary rom the salary and this amount would be raised to The remainder of the coun ty judges salary comes from he road and bridge The county treasurers salary would remain the Combined salaries of all of See Page 7 RunOff Needed In Mississippi 5 UPI Jackson Attorney Ross Barnett and Carroll Gartin were locked in a bitter race today for governor of Mississippi and apparently will meet in a Democratic primary runoff a 60yearold anti administration candidate mak ing his third bid for the led the ticket most of the time since the polls closed Tues day but Colemans choice as his appeared to be clos ing the Charles a latecomer in the was still running a strong but was votes behind With states 1828 precincts Barnett had votes to 329 for Gartln and for Magee Welder Robert Mason had The Democratic nominee is certain of victory in oneparty precincts of the Edgar Guest Peoples Dies In Sleep 5 UP famed poet whose works were to newspaper readers all over the died today in his He would have been 78 Cause of death was not deter mined immediately but phy sicians indicated the poet had suffered a cerebral hemorrhage At the height of his popular Guest was among mos widely read men of his time Ils name was most associated with the first lines of one of his most famous loems It takes a heap o llvin n a house t make It Guests dally poem still ap peared in the Detroit Free Pres ind other newspapers up to thi time of his despite hi bad Often called the poet of thi plain he preferred to bi known as a Hi was a exchange edito and a columnist nt the Frei Press before devoting his lit to At his peak his syndicalei daily poem appeared in nearl 300 American H also produced 17 volumes o poetry and for several year See Page 2 Cost Of Steel Strike Is High NEW 5 Union and Industry repre sentatives agreed today that th strike of sleelworker now moving into its fourth weel was costlnp the two groups combined loss of nearly a Federal mediators and repre sentatives of the 12 strikeboun companies and the United Stee workers met for two hours thi morning but made no apparen Another joint sessio was scheduled for this aftei spring have reduced lush al hough they also produced a ess desirable crop of Thus the livestock records to go nto the books at the end of should be Three Barns Important vs the Commission Calls Election 6 6 was selected by City Tuesday as the date for the special city election to fill the vacancy created by the death of Fred As the meeting Mayor Reading noted that the late Commissioner Blucher had rot answered roll call having answered a higher He asked his fellow city offi cials and citizens in the aud ience to stand for a moment of silent tribute to the memory of the deceased Adopt Resolution Adoption of the resolution prepared and submitted by City Attorney Don which he explained he had patterned after prior city resolutions call ing special saw a pro posed change in one election judge raised by Commissioner Lester McGary whose bid to another person was defeated in a split twoandtwo The resolution set forth that election polling places and Judges would be as they have been in the last election Ward Negro Community Foley presiding judge Ward Fire Station Mrs judge Ward John Ward and Ward Fire Station Proposes Judge Change Commissioner McGary said he would like to bring up the as he noted he had on a prior that the city select the same presiding judges as were used in the vot ing precincts by the county wherein precinct chairmen He therefore proposed that Buddy Starks be designat ed presiding judge of Ward 2 in lieu of Mayor Reading said he did not follow McGarys thinking as city elections were nonpart isan and he did not see that the city should bring a political an gle into the naming of its judges as party labels did not enter into city McGary denied that he was bringing a political issue into the and added that it was his understanding that the city had by traditional policj designated as presiding judges those persons who had been elected precinct chairmen in the voting The mayor did not recollect that such had seen the case to his and inquired if McGary desired to offer a substitute appoint ment by a Commissioner McGary then offered a motion that Starks be substituted for and his motion was second by iommissioner Horace Hayes who said he had nothing against the He recall ed that once before in precinct one there had been a substitu tion in judges to make the elect ed precinct chairman presiding judge and he thought it had been the policy Motion Defeated On a vote called by the Commissioners McGary and Hayes voted while Commissioner Oscar Burns and Mayor Reading voted no and the chief executive officer de clared the motion failed for lack of a majority Commissioner McGary then inquired of City Attorney Peve house where the names of pre siding judges came from as the matter did not come before city commission previously as to whom commissioners desired to see Pevehouse explain ed again that he had copied the resolution from previous reeo utions and ordinances wherein he five persons stipulated had been designated judges at prior and that no one had suggested to him that he make any changes in drawing up the McGary then ob served that just because there Tad been a twoandtwo dead ock vote did not necessarily mean the five people named in the resolution had been official ly designated judges Mayor directing his remarks to Commissioner Mc ary declared that he did not suggest the judges to the city nor had anyone to his He reminded all the commissioners that each gen eral or special election is separate and people appointed election judges are so designated for that partic ular election with the commis sion free to select whom it wants at each succeeding elec To this Commis sioner McGary said It was his understanding of city affairs that the names of proposed election judges should be sub mitted by both the mayor and See Page 3 ance with Central or forth Forges Ahead The county has not only held own in livestock production ut has forged Discon nued use of some farmland nd the continued good prices or beef and other meats are mostly responsible for this nowballing In it was reported that here were head of cattle nd calves in the To this figure is believed to efrom 12 to 14 per cent great Cattle prices have been excep lonally good for the past two While this picture may hange prices are ex ected to remain good for some ime to Good rains this Board Approves Several School Faculty Changes Corsicana public schools board of trustees hired five new teach ers and accepted the resignations of six at a special meeting in the office of Matt Wednesday The board accepted the recommendation of Dana Williams that the following ap plicants be appointed Miss Giovanna Kathryn Eloise UPI Vice President Richard Nixon left here to ay at EDT for the ast leg of his return to Wash ngton from his visit to Rus ia and He had a stopover at Iceland if an hour and 48 minutes after ils plane reached here from Warsaw at arrival time in Washington is now estimated at about 4 p m On leaving Nixon was lven a thunderous sendofC rom thousands of cheering lowerthrowing Nixon took off from Bablce Boe also Miss Wonderful Cotton and Mrs Celestine Resignations were accepted from Nancy Pres ton Lois Graham Grace Jim Guszak and Farria Jean Guszak in the Almost The resignation of created Airbase at Warsaw In a ng 707 airliner which carried the newsmen who covered his The vice president held a etspeed news conference dur ng the fourhour flight ti where h transferred to his own mill ndustry itself are the related The county boasts two large auction barns and another is expected to open in Kerens Then there are he equipment veterin See Page 7 Two Candidates Reported For Commissioner One candidate filed official ly with the city secretary and a second announced publicly Wednesday their intentions to run for the unexpired term of the late Fred Blucher on the city commission in the spe cial election called only Tuesday for Sam Iv retired the nnd who recent as ticket agent for Island Denver BurlingtonRock Fort Worth and filed his formal ap plication for a place on the bal lot Wednesday at 10 with City Secretary Charles Later in the Karl who Is an account ant at closed Bethlehem Steel Company made his an nouncement of candidacy for the vacated post through a political advertisement In the Daily Wouldbe candidates for the remainder of the which extends to the April 1U61 city general will have un til 30 days before the election on 6 to file with the city sec vacancy principalship of Fannin grade Guszak has accepted a position as principal of an elementary school at San An Applicants for the prlnbipalship but no action was taken by the Williams said he hoped to make a recommenda tion within the next two Two resolutions were passed by the One called an election for for bond assumption and tax adoption relative to the former Pettys Chapel school which was recently annexed by the Corsicana Dawson explained that this step is necessary so that the bonded indebtedness may be See Page 2 Two Typhoons Lash Pacific 6 UPI Typhoon which narrowly missed Okinawa with 115 mile an hour center winds was roaring toward the southern coast of to Air Force weathermen in Japan reported late last night that the storm as of 4 EDT Wednesday was 104 miles north of Okinawa nnd moving north northeast at 15 miles an hour with winds at 104 The center of the storm was expected to be 80 miles south southwest of Chejudo off South ern Korea by this afternoon The South Korean coast was expected to have winds of up to 40 miles an hour the weather men Okinawa escaped the ful force of the but reports See Page 7 See Page 2 Herter Warns Soviets About Pied Rights Secrctary of State Christia rlerter warned the Soviets to day that the Western Allies ar n Berlin by right of victory war and that they have no In of signing away thos Herter delivered his blun warning to the closing plenar session of the deadlocked 1 weekold Big Four Foreign Mln isters It was the first public statement of the tough Wester stand on Berlin since the Inv tation to Soviet Premier Nikit Khrushchev to visit the Unite It showed despite th sudden easing of cold war ten the West has not backe down an inch in its determina tion to remain In Herter came o firmly for resumption of tl See Page 10 DetenseM Sent To Ike has passed Its bi gest money hill of the session for It among many ot TATUS QUO FOR BERLIN SPLEDGED Not Replacing Major Powers Summit Meeting oviet Premier Nikita Khrush hev said today he would visit United States next month a peaceful man and that c wanted to talk peace with ut saber In a rare news conference in le Khrushchev said he object of his historymak g visit to the United nd the return visit later in ntumn of President Etsenhow would he to find a com ion and a common of questions to e Real Possibilities He said there are real posA billties that the United tales and the Soviet Union ould build up their relations n a basis of peace and friend he we must coma1 ogether to talk peace without aber This was Khrushchevs third ews conference since the ona e held last November in which e originally set a sixmonth eadllne for the Western allies o get out of Questions Unresolved with the Berlin ques ion still unresolved and tha Jcneva Foreign Ministers meeting a Khrushchev and President Elsenhower wera making preparations for evel talks which could pave way to an eventual settle cr funds to plan a se ond nuclear aircraft carrier an to boost the number of Arn reservists and Tho approved by vol vote In the House and by a 850 roll call vote In the Sena goes to the Whi See Page 19 Soviet Premier Wants To Visit Texas Ranches Khrushchev wants to see some cattle breeding re gions of the United pre ferably In well Informed sources reported The wish has not yet formal ly reached the State Depart but officials In charge of Khrushchevs itinerary got word from the Soviet Whether It will be King Ranch largest In or some other Is The Houston Post said today it had learned that Khrushchev would visit Dallas and Houston and would take a look at some Texas Tho San Antonio Press Club has asked the Soviet premier to be guest speaker at a The State Department had no comment on the The lost top Soviet official to visit and the only one in recent was the SovJet minister of agriculture who toured Texas farms and ranch es In It was then that Santa Gertrudis cattle from Tex as famed King Ranch were pur See Page 7 Reach Spending Agreement SCENE OF PRISON County Sheriff Harlon Wright surveys a battered window in the jail at Fort Worth where five county prisoners made their The escapers used 38 sheets tied together to descend from the fifthfloor cell AP Wirepholo Tho joint conference committee on spending broke a 95day dead lock and approved Wednesday appropriations bill for and Williams Vic said both houses may act on the measure This could mark tho end of the third special session which has faced the states most seri ous financial crisis in recent Details on the bills content will remain officially secret n til late this Heatly said the spending from general revenue fund will be In excess of 40 million dol lar increase over present spend Heatly and Fly are chairmen of House and Senate Appropria tions Committees and members of the 10man conference panel that has been trying to reach agreement on Passage of an appropriations bill Is the only major issue left for the current special What broke the deadlock ap parently was settlement on sal aries for the State Board of In surance and Commissioner Wil liam Members said the committee agreed to cut Harrisons pay from to Each of the three board members will remain on a parttime salary of a day with a maximum sal ary of a The max mum now Is Lets pass it and members shouted behind tho locked door as they agreed to sign the bulky 300page The insurance board hassle was a continuation of the Sen ates fight with Harrison and Board Chairman Penn Senators wanted to bargain on the Insurance They tried also to knock out all mon ies for the study on revising the state constitution in return for a acrosstheboard pay for the Insurance depart ment The House originally request ed for the constitution The joint committee set tied for at the end of he second It agreed again on this total Representatives yielded slight ly on the top pay for Insurance board The Senate originally voted or final adjournment at noon Wed Thats but it can come this The ses sion would end automatically but many members said Friday is now a good possibili AUSTIN Abraham Ka swapped the governors chair for his red leather Senate seat today after predicting a general sales tax and Income x are Inevitable In The Senator from the Laredo where average yearly earn ings are less than per per ended a memorable day as governor Tuesday Kazen whose parents wera aorn In speaks Span ish He was praised by his colleagues and home town priest as a man Iminently qual ified to represent Southwest Texas and the border He has fought sales tax leg islation In the Senate but said he thought the time Ls coming when the state would have to turn to these new taxes to raise the necessarj amounts to operate the Kazen acted as governor n tho absence of Price Dan lei and Ben He is president pro tempore ol the Senate and Is second In lint See Page 10   

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