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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - August 6, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL to partly clou dy and hot through Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 85 89 92 94 96 97 98 Complete Weather Report on Market Daily Sun and StmiWokly Morning Uijhtjf LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW space age Issues gov ernments hedging and CHICAGO nearby months liquida higher scattered to 25 cents lower top Cat steers steady top TELEMATS 52 1959 SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENTS Legislature Approves Huge Spending Measure ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Ike Gets Nixon Reports Herter Due Back HIGHWAY DEATH along a fog shrouded highway near Cornnelius Van turned to wave to friends along the side of the Still looking back and waving he veered over the center line into the path of an oncoming car and was hur led through the windshield on impact and killed AP Wirephoto Probe Teamsters Again 8 Attorney Gen eral Malcolm Wilkey said to day the Justice Department is investigating wholesale rack perjury and income tax evasion by members of the Man of4he grew out of disclosures in the 30 monthold Senate Com mittee Tho De partment turned up the other cases on its Disclosure of the De partment action came on the heels two stinging rack ets committee reports linking Teamsters President James Holla with corruption end A grand jury has been reviewing Hoffas tes timony before the rackets in j qulry for eightmonths for pos Bible perjury I head of the Justice Department criminal aid certain teamsters activi ties were of more than aca demic He rejected any thought that the Depart ment was going after the He said wholesale violations certain unidentified team See Page 11 Dooley Is Now Chief Judge FORT 6 UP Judge Joe Dooley of Amarillo becomes chief judge of the Northern District of Texas to He succeeds Judge Whitfield Davidson of Dal A effective to specifices that chief judge must relinquish the title when he become 70 years of Davidson will be 83 Home For COURTESY TO RED VISITOR IS STRESSED Vice President Brings Letters From Leaders 6 UPI Vice President Rich ard Nixon reported to the National Security Council to day or his Russian tour and the mportance of Soviet Premier Wklta Khrushchevs visit ext who returned late Vednesday from a twoweek rip through Russia and rought back some uptothe minute tips on dealing with the mpetuous and hard hitting viet He thus is expected to take a eading role in devising strategy or dealing with Khrushchev vhen he arrives next month for a visit with President Eisen ower and his first look at the United who the presi dent a firsthand report Wed nesday immediately on his re urn from met with Eisenhower and members of the hushhush security council at its egular 9 meeting The as is was behind closed doorsof the White House cabinet The vice president spent an lour and 15 minutes with the late The president was to get an other report today on dealing vith the fronv Secre 6 displaced person with a hatred for Communists fired a series of shotgun blasts into a neighboring home for the aged in North Philadelphia to killing two of the residents and four Police said Kyrlo a former mental start ed his siege of the uptown home for the aged from the second floor window of his apartment located next He moved down to the porch Long Employs Jazz Combo At Mansion Party BATON Earl showing as much snap as his traditional danced and sang at a party in the exe cutive mansion here Wednes day It was a last wing ding before the special ses sion of the Legislature he call ed for Long imported a Bourbon Street Famous Door the French Quar ter in New Orleans to play his favorite With the combo playing a hoppedup beat of Im Looking Over A FourLeaf See Page 7 of the apartment house and then advanced to the porch of the firing blasts through the screen door leading into the dining room as some 180 elder ly persons who were having breakfast fled in The two who were killed were struck as they fled to the See Page 11 TV Returned Via Window 6 Fred a salad was dissatisfied with a recently pur chased television When he arrived Wednesday night at the shop where he had purchased the place was but a salesman was in I bought this set For resta yelled through the plate glass Its no I want to return The salesman shouted back that the establishment was clos Forresta threatened to throw the set through the win I dare you the salesman Forresta accepted and sent the set crashing through the win Police decided to let the courl settle the Cigarette Smoker Deaths High By JOSEPH 6 UPI A government research scientist reported today that the death rate of heavy cigarette smokers is nearly twice as great as the rate for He defined a heavy cigarette smoker as a person who smokes two packs or more a The findings were reported by Harold Dorn in Public Health monthly pub lication of the Public Health He is chief of the Biometrics Division of Research Services of the National Institutes of Dorn suggested that pipe and cigar smokers run less risk than persons who regularly smoke cigarettes The scientist drew his find Ings from a public health study of the mortality experience of nearly veterans whose nmoking practices had been iearned before their Timothy chairman the Tobacco Industry Re ieareh challenged Dorns conclusions and said they were unsupported by clinical and experimental evi Hartnett that other statisticians have raised many questions as to if conclusions might be drawn from such a He said Dorns study was limited to examining only one factor among the many to which the veteran group was Dorn found that the death rate from lung cancer for men who regularly smoked more than a pack of cigarettes a day was nearly 16 times the rate for The mortality rate from cor onary heart disease was 63 per cent higher for regular users of cigarettes than for those who did not The death rate among smok ers from bronchitis and allied cirrhosis of the ulcer of the stomach and duo cancer of the and cancer of the esophagus was more than double that of persons who did not use The death rate from all causes for regular cigarette For those who smoked per cent greater than for non For those who smaked two packs or more a the rate averaged nearly twice that for But only very heavy cigar or pipe smokers experience higher mortality than nonsmok Dorn The death rates for the heaviest cigar or pipe those smoking nine or more cigars or 20 01 more pipefuls per are abou the same as the rate of persons who smoke from onehalf to one pack of cigarettes per Dorn based his report deaths which occurred in a 2 12 year In arriving at his conclusions he examined the number of deaths per persons the death rate from whatever cause during tha Then he established the all cause death rate of smokers compared with nonsmokera Finally he analyzed the death rates by individual causes o MONNIG DIES WACO TV George W Waco merchan and member of a pioneer Texas died today of a heart Monnig was the son o the late Otto early day Fort Worth Surviv ors include his wife a son Richard Monnig of Waco am a Car penter of Fort By WILTON WYNN 6 reliable reports from Iraq say some Communist lead er there are getting directives Irom Moscow and others from And the two Communist capitals often contradict each The Russians appear to favor a goslow policy in They want the Communist party to ook They know cannot take Iraq quickly this but they hope this policy will strengthen their position in the area as a The Red Chinese favor a tough They want an allout cam paign to take over Iraq and make it a Communist Congress May Adjourn Early To Avoid Red Premier Nikita Khrush chev may accomplish something congressional leaders are hav ng difficulty He may speed up final ad iournmentof the present ses sion of While the exact dates for ihe Soviet leaders visit to the Uni ted States and for the adjourn ment of Congress arc there is one thing Con ressional leaders dont want to je in session when Khrushchev arrives in They have no heart for a joint neeting of the Senate and the use to hear The absenteeism might be so notice able as to create international hard Khrushchevs visit tentatively has been set for about the mid dle of MidSeptem Der also has been mentioned as he likely date for adjournment of unless a speedup n the work schedule Is The speedup now is in the and the current ad journment target date is leaving a respectable inter ude between the time members of Congress depart and Khrush chev To leave a shorter interval might be interpreted as a deliberate attempt by the leg islators to avert a meeting with their avoiding such a meeting is exactly what mem hers of Congress want to Many members feel that It would be Inconsistent for them to sit decorously around and See Page 11 Khrushchev Can Thaw Summit Ice School Enrollment Gain Due IRAN REDS GET ORDERS FROM PEIPING Mental Fugitive Identified As Child Attacker UPI of police the city today and authorities in six adjoining states were alert ed for a 47yearold escaped Kansas mental patient charged with the kidnaprape of a 6 yearold Harlan Lynn an es capee from a criminally insane was charged Wednesday night with rape and sodomy by Lancaster County El mer He is accused of he Saturday night beating and sexual assault of a girl The girl underwent surgery following the attack and was reported in fairly good con dition today at a Authorities today showed the girl pictures of Noble and the ifirl identified the escapeeas tier Police also said they know Noble was In town until late at See Page 7 NEW PHONE PROBLEM NEW 6 you have trou ble remembering telephone num bers now Progress may n crease your The tele phone company says Connecti residents may now dial New York City information direcl by spinning They preach and an unrelenting war on the reactionary The Soviet line apparently is prevailing at least for the mo A statement from the Iraqi Communist partys Polit buro has condemned terrorist which it blamed on illadvised individual leader The statement reiterated the partys determination to re main loyal to Premier Abdul Karem Kassems revolution and This is right down the Moscow Several months ago Moscow warned the Iraqi Reds against a premature grab for which the called ad venturism and The Russians apparently felt a premature takeover would stiff en resistance to communism all over the Middle East They respectability in This meant cooperation with perhaps particlpar lion in his and ultimate See 7 Panel Discusses Stock Clinic And Youth Fair The Chamber of Commerce agriculture committee Thurs day endorsed the efforts of a special subcommittee to set up a meeting here either 27 or 28 at which an eminent auth ority would discuss for all live stock owners diseases common to and both state and national animal health The special committee com prised of County Agent John Burleson as Victor Bob Wright and Jim Cummins was authorized to pro ceed with to bring head veterinar ian of Texas and or if not some leader of the Texas Animal Health Coun here to discuss the diseases and regulations before a mass meeting of farmers and live stock owners in Textile Park either or at 2 Among the diseases on which informa tion will be sought is anaplas a feverlike disease in a recurrence of which With one less school building but with an anticipated in crease in Corsicana public schools are all set for a Dig year in For the first time in several students will not make way to the Austin build ng at 312 West First when schools Sept Austin school was discontinu last spring due to a dwindl ng enrollment and other rea Students in its area will be absorbed in the Sam Hous ton school and according to Dana the move will not lead to overcrowded Occupying the old Austin building will be the adminis trative officials whose offices are now located in the senior high school building at 100 South 18th This move is ex pected to be completed by the time school Only one other change In physical facilities is A twoclassroom building has been moved from the Travis campus to the Jackson high campua to See Page T Junior High Registration Periods Fixed Registration data for the Drane and Collins junior high schools were released Thursday in a joint statement by the two Allen and James respective and Senior High School opens September Registration for the junior THANKS The following appreciated letter was delivered to the Daily Sun office Wednesday afternoon by the writer who desired to remain anonymous Gentlemen I am a guest of your city and a resident at the No varro and nm a traveling As most of us I read a good number of papers from all over thn country and I wish to COMPLIMENT YOU ON YOUR I actually believe that your news coverage and composition Is one of the t think the City of Cor sicana should feel very proud of this und as one who visits your city I think you would like to know how some of us A Friend School Officials Await Moves By Little Rock Situation Muddled Editors Note The high schools of Little va cant since Orval Faubus closed them o block Courtordered Integration al a year are due to open next And two of the schools are sched uled to accept If the negroes try to attend the once iilluhitf will there be trouble such as occurred In 1957 Here Is a report on the Little Rock By PHIL NEWMAN LITTLE 6 Rocks four pub lic high closed for a year by Orval Faubus to block are going to open again with at least two to be racially The Little Rock school board has approved attendance of three negroes at Central scene of mob violence in and three more at Hall High in the citys elite housing But the question most people ask will Faubus make an attempt to slop integration his time as he has done the past two years The school board has advanc ed the start of school to almost a month ahead of the normal starting This has been interpreted as a move to prevent Faubus from having enough time to call the Arkan sas Legislature into action and pass antiintegration Faubus did that last year but the laws which gave him auth ority to close the schools were ruled unconstitutional by a threejudge federal Faubus made Little Rock ey nonomous with Southern re sistance to integration in Sep He surrounded Central High School with Na tional Guardsmen before class es were to The militiamen were ordered to admit no ne Faubus said he had Informa tion there would have been vio lence had he allowed negroes to enter the A federal court quickly ordered Faubus to re move the But when the troops were taken away and nine negroes tried to enter Cen rioting broke Presi dent Eisenhower sent elements of the 101st Airborne Division to help integrate the A year Faubus closed the four high schools minuies before they were scheduled open for the fall The 600 displaced students went to private or churchsupported See LITTLE Page 7 But French President De Gaulle has been Charles cold to the and President Elsenhower has conditioned a meeting on progress at the Geneva foreign ministers con There is a growing feeling will be August high schools Drano Junior High August Numbers 1 80 81125 and new Drano ninth August 20 Eighth Numbers 200290 Numbers 291360 and new Drane eighth August 400520 bers 521590 and seventh grad ers new to Drane and Corsicana school All students will report to auditorium for instruction In Collins Junior High August 19 Numbers 1 75 76150 See Page 7 POLICE CHIEF FIRED GARDEN 6 Chief Earnest Johnson has been It was disclosed after confess ing that he posed as a High way Patrolman during his spare fining motorists to sup plement his city By ERNEST BARCELLA 6 UPI Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchevs forthcoming visit to the United States is ikely to break the ice for a summit Khrushchev long has wanted a summit So have the TAX BILL SIGNED BY GOVERNOR Adjournment Is Now Anticipated Late Thursday 6 Legislature today now that a summit meeting is One school of thought holds that a summit meeting is neces sary so the East and West can find a modus Vivendi for get ting along until differences can be But those holding this view emphasize It will be a hard pull and there is no magic or quick and easy See Page 11 Wortham Han New Principal Fannin School Mark Worth am elementary school principal and teacher since has been appointed principal ol Fannin elementary 11 was announced by Dana Williams Thursday Miillins succeeds Jim Guszafc who has resigned to accept a position as principal of an ele mentary school in San Angelo Mullins will report to duty He has tendered his resignation at It was V graduate of Sulphur Springs high Mullins re ceived his BS and MS degrees from East Texas State College at He Is married and has two Williams reported that as principal at Fannin also calls for certain teaching Williams announced tentative assign ments and some background In formation on five teachers ap See Page 7 Legion Leader Opposes Visit YAKIMA Aug 6 good can come from Soviet Premier Nikita Khru shevs visit to the United States American Legion National Com mander Preston Moore sale last of I here to address the Washing ton State Convention of the He made his comments at a news conference following his arrival in Khrushchev and his coun try have proved to the worlc time and again that their woc Is of no said Moore Their goal is to conquer the United States by one means or UP The finally un ravelled the states financial angle and neared the end of 201 days of The last vital fiscal act was 10830 House passage of tho spending bill ap nroved Wednesday by the Sen Recess To Afternoon The House voted to finally end the session at 3 but both House and Senate recessed until without setting the hour for final adjourn It is expected later Price Daniel signed tha deficit budget balanc ing 185 million dollar tax bill while the House was acting the appropriations The spending bill eats up nearly all the new tax Left over Is a 2 to 5 million dollar an official comp trollers estimate Debate Is Short The House spent only 9 min utes in debate on the appropria tions It provides for all types of state service during the fiscal years starting The biggest state spending bill In history gives all services more The crisis finally resolved today was ths most drastic Failure on taxing and spending1 many months threatened to shut down state services after See Page Negro Gunman Robs Bank Al Camp Wolfers MINERAL 6 lone negro gun man robbed a branch bank at Camp Wolters today and es caped with Flashing a silver automatic the robber forced two women employees to hand over the He then escaped In a car ho had parked The located on the mili tary is a branch of the First National Bank of Mineral On duty when the gunman entered were Betty Jo Trigg and Audrey Anas a said tha gunman was 6 feet tall and wore a flowered green sports shirt and khaki The women said they believed he had a small Roadblocks wore thrown up in this central West Texas A Texas Highway Patrol meeting was In session In Min eral Wells at the Tho estimate on tho loot came from pub See Pago 11 Reject Sharp Highway Cutback 6 UPI The House Public works committee rejected to day a plan calling for a drastic cutback in the construction scheduled for the mile network of Interstate super It came up plan for a out overall con struction of the highways to meet the long range problem of how to keep the program in the The Ways and Means Com mittee plan called for slashing Instead with a more moderate stretchout of the program to help cing meet the highway flnan The committee made no rec ommendations for raising extra money needed to beef up the highway trust fund even if the moderate stretchout were put into it tossed the ball back to the House Ways and Means Committee which technically has the responsibility of find ing Revenue for the highway The Ways and Means Com mittee last week rejected Pres ident Elsenhowers request for a 112 cent Increase In federal gasoline taxes and recommend ed this twopart plan to solve the money muddle of one billion dol lars in new revenue bonds to get over the immediate flnanc ing apportionments beginning next to the July states This 112 cent a gallon the levy still ap would be cut to 600 million dol compared with the in present There would be correspond ing cutbacks in apportionments for future But the public works com mittee recommended that next years apportionment be scaled down to and ap portionments for the following 11 years be fixed at the same If the Ways and Means Com mittee a different fi nancing proposal would be nec essary to pull the program out of the bond issue Chairman Wilbur Mills said he will call his Ways and Means Committee into ses sion Monday to take another look at the revenue The threat of a sharp reduc tion in the roadbuilding pro The billiondollar would not be gram has revived talk that Congress might reluctantly de cide to approve some form of gasoline tax increase after President Elsenhowers pro posal for a increase In pears to be just as dead as it did when he sent it to Con gress last But some key lawmakers feel that In the Jockeying for a iolution to the highway financ ing crisis between now and ad Congress may wind up approving a smaller tax coupled with a moderate stretchout in the superhigh way construction So proposals to increase the gasoline tax have met with a cold shoulder from the Houss Ways and Means getting no better than six votes from the 25member the committee hal come up with a plan for a bil lion dollars worth of revenue bonds to be paid off by divert ing money into the highway trust fund from general reve the committee said that If this were done to get Sea Page T   

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