Wednesday, August 12, 1959

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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - August 12, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHER LOCAL lo partly clou dy and warm through Thermometer Readings 9 10 11 I 12 1 2 88 91 92 93 94 Complete Wuthw Report on Market t f tht DailySungndSgrnLWeMy Morning LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er electronics cor porates improve commission house selling CHICAGO Wheat Lower scattered Corn Narrowly mixed light light steady to some sales 25 cents higher top steers steady to 25 cents higher top 57 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Police Club Down Little Rock Segregationists 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 Ike Opens Military Units For Khrushchev WIDE RANGE TO VISITOR President Says No Negotiations Are Anticipated 12 UP President Eisenhower said today that Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev is being invited to see some military in stallations during his visit to the United States if he Up To Visitor The Soviet leader will be giv en a wide range of choice on the kind of installations open to the President told a news If he does not want to see any thats okay with Eisenhower Khrushchev told a Moscow news conference last Wednesday if he is invited to see an Ameri can military installation I would riot He added he would go to America as a peace ful man and would not have any irocket sticking out of his Discussing the unprecedented Khrushchev visit beginning in Elsenhower said he intends to tell the Soviel leader that bases abroad are purely defensive and threat en no To Urge Progress He also Eisenhower to ask why Khrushchev does not permit the progress in improvement of EastWest rela tions which Elsenhower con See Page 10 COP Senators Switch To Back Housing Veto 12 F Senate today sustained President Eisenhowers veto of the housing The vote was 5540 to override but that fell 9 votes i short of the required two 4 12 A Senate vote to uphold Presi dent Eisenhowers housing bill veto appeared to be virtually assured Five key Repub lican Senators announced that UAW Probe Too Witness Not Even Called NEAKING 100 SHE BECOMES CITIZEN With a pert black straw hat adorning her aged Marya who will be 100 years old raises her hand as she swore fealty to the United States on becoming a citizen in ceremonies in Poburka to the from Poland 55 years She has eight 39 grandchildren and 105 AP Wirephoto jg B Teachers Seeking January Session they would support the veto All five originally had voted for the bill when it passed the Demo cratic supporters of the legis lation had counted their votes and those of a few other Re publicans to help override the five are Gordon Clifford Kenneth Keating and Margaret Chase The Allott Case John Cooper Smith Their statement reinforced the prediction of Senate Minori ty leader Everett Dlrksen that the president would triumph In the Senate Majority leader Lyn don Johnson told newsmen just before floor See Page 11 12 OP The powerful teachers lobby indi cated today it wants a fourth special session of the Legisla devoted to increasing sometime in the politi cally vulnerable month of Jan A twoyear program costing 35 million dollars is outlined in a letter mailed by the Texas State Teachers to school administrators and teachers The program Includes 56 million dollars in salary Local districts would chip in another 16 million in cluding 14 million for higher The letter advises teachers to secure poll taxes and participate actively in electing legislators who will continue to support an improved educational pro gram for Texas Leaders of the association re portedly met with Price Daniel last week and said October would be too early to build up enthusiasm at the grass roots for a special They indicated a preference for Office seekers must file by The first primary will fall early in May which will re quire campaigning to be con See Page 11 Helping Demands Quit Laos 12 munist China declared tonight that it considers activities in Laos a threat to its own security and will firmly oppose The Chinese Communist for eign ministry demanded in a Peiping radio broadcast that all American military person nel and arms and ammunition must be withdrawn from Laos and all military bases must be It was the strongest language Peiping has used in the Laos crisis and resembled warnings Communist China issued before entering the Korean War in In Washington the State De partment labeled a Red Chinese statement on activities in iaos as The Peiping statement fol lows the same line Communist propaganda outfits were spilling into the air now for some Department Presa Of ficer Lincoln White told a news White said he had nothing to aid to what he said yesterday when he denied emphatically that the United States had mill tary bases or troops in Laos are about 80 military advisers in White said in response to a in a commentary1 by a spokesman of the Ministr of Foreign warned To eliminate the tension in engineered from first to last by the United al measures of the United States and the Laotian Sananikone government Roy a agains the Geneva and the Vientiane agreements must the normal control and supervision of the International Commission must be resumed and the Gen eva and the Vientiane agree ment must be implemented See Page 10 Navarro Mills funds Included In Compromise 12 A compromise bill carrying ibout for construe and planning on water pro ects in the year that started ast July 1 was approved Tues day by a HouseSenate confer ence The bill includes or Texas works with the origi nal allocation of fo Navarro Mills reservoir lef The exact totals werent avail able But is abou 25 million dollars over Presiden Eisenhowers budget recom according lo Sens larl Hayden and Allen Ellender Money in the bill general oes to Army engineers and th Reclamation Bureau for plan See Page 3 Registration Details Listed At Senior Hiph Complete registration detail for thi s fall were releasec Wednesday by Armlsteac principal of Corsicana hig Students will register accord ing to numbers assigned them Armistead advised students no having numbers to report new students on the last hal day of their class Names and numbers have bee posted on the bulletin board All students have been urge to register according to thei or arrange with Arm stead or Joe I Seniors will register 1 and 18 according to the follow ing schedule 120 8 10 2140 t 11 4160 1 lo 6180 lo 4 81100 lo 101120 to 11 121140 1 to 140 up and ne seniors to 4 Juniors will register Wednes Aug through Saturda at the rate o 40 each half according t the senior New junior should report Saturday morning Aug Sophomores will report accord See SENIOR Page 5 Aug 12 The secrecy rule In the Senate Rackets Committees investiga tion of the United Auto Work ers Union was so strictly en forced today that no one told the days major witness to show The slipup in calling Richard Gosser of the unions senior vice delayed the start of this second day of closed door hearings for nearly an Gosser finally was called from his hotel and was accompanied by three lawyers when he en tered the guarded hearing The UAW has demanded vig orously that the hearing be thrown The committee refused to give ny detail about the line of ucstioning awaiting Jack assistant to AW President Walter old reporters that he xpected the questioning to deal ith the sale to Gossers Toledo AW Local 12 of land in Michigan in which Gosser had financial Conway aid he also expected Gosser o be asked about relations be ween the union and a Toledo ardware store in which Gos er was the principal stock He said all this occurr d about 10 years Conway said the Michigan and deal involved the sale to See Page3 Carilidge Produces First County Cotton Navarro countys first report d bale of cotton of 1959 was ginned at Wednes Coming in first this year was Frank Cartlidge of Route 5 in the Powell vicinity who the cotton on property iwned by a Glllean who also farms iome of his own also rought the first bale last year Congress Legislative Goals Listed Elton coowner am manager of the Service Gin company at 411 East re ported pounds of seed cot on and 605 pounds of The cotton was grown between ive and six miles east of Cor Cartlidge was evei prouder because the seed were lanted May reaching matur ty in 96 According to the producer he cotton was Skinner reported that he re ceived the cotton Wednesda morning and that the ginning process was completed at exact y Highway Cash Crisis Pondered 12 crisis in federal aid road monej s among topics being discusse here today by district highwaj engineers and their state highwa called the 25 distric supervisors to a session tha will last through Sue he are held fol owing each session of th Legislature to discuss new law affecting highway Emhouse Group Tiles School Urea Petition A petition requesting the dis nnexation of a portion of the Id Emhouse school district for annexation to the Corsicana In dependent School District has ieen presented to County School Watson said the petition con ains the signatures of 28 per ons and requests that the coun y school board detach quare miles of the school dis which now is part of the Slooming Grove Independent School for the purpose annexing it to the Corsicana The portion of the BG dis rict that seeks disannexation les adjacent to the Corsicana listrict essentially northwest of Watson said he had notified president of the iounty of the arrival of but Tuesday after noon no date for a meeting of he board had been The county board has the au See Page 7 Work Started On Downtown Parking Area Work has begun on the con verting of a portion of the property as a free off street parking It was an nounced by Embry Ferguson cochairman of the downtown Improvement committee of the Jhamber of Ferguson said it is hoped thai the merchants of the cenlra businei district will urge theli employes to avail themselves o he freeparking privileges and thus make more street parking space available for If Corsicana is to grow and it must create condi tions favorable to outoftown as well as local Ade quate parking and a free flow of Iraffic in the business area are key factors in making anj downtown area conductive ti better the committee cochairman The when fully developed will accommodate 180 auto or the equivalent o about five blocks of parking Ferguson pointed ou that It is not difficult to imagim what it would do for the rner chants if only shoppers used See Page 5 ALL IJGHTS BED Aug 12 the traffic lights ii the center of this city of suddenly went red thi automo and cyclists couldnt movi In any direction for 15 mln STALEMATED STEEL GROUPS LEFT TO FIND SETTLEMENT NEW Slalemaled steel strike negotia ors met again today while Pres dent in told hem lo work out their own so ution to the fourweekold walk The President told a news onference in le had no intention of interven ng unless the strike develops nto a national In top government officials completely amiliar with Eisenhowers posi ion on the steel strike said the fovernment may have lo con iider invoking TaftHartley by 15 or 1 if here Is no settlement by Authorities feel that by that ime a steel shortage could dc elop to proportions that may have to be dealt Steehvorkers Union spokes men In Washington also re until police turned of each individual Polici said a double failure in th traffic light control center wa last Veteran Getting Weaker 12 OP A physician said today Walter last surviving vet eran of the Civil probablj can be expected to live only a matter of The physician said the 116 yearold Confederate veteran continues to grow He took a little nourishment last night but he hasnt really said a daughter Willie Mae who has cared for Williams at her home the past three He doesnt move and It is hard lo tell when hes she Williams has not been advis ed the House of in Washington Tuesday aske President Eisenhower to have the nations flags flown at half mast upon the old soldier1 He would get a kick out o knowing that but he cant hea a thing Bowles said Panel Yields On Interest Rates 12 UP The House Ways and Mean Committee yielded to Prcsiden Elsenhower today by voting him temporary authority for thrc years to raise government bon interest rates if he considers I It was a pro nounced satisfactory by secre tary of the treasury Robert B between the Pres dents original demand for out right repeal of the 4 12 per ccn Interest ceiling on longten bonds and the committee original twoyear grant of au The administration victor may prove meaning less because of a strong pos slbllity that Democrats ma block House consideration o the compromise this Herer Oilers Latin Americans Solution Need Progress Balance 12 JP Secretary of State Christian Herter told the American Republics today that a solution of troubles in the Caribbean lies in peace and freedom and The secretary of state spoke at the opening session of the 21 ministers of the organization of American States who had been summoned to deal with the invasions and rumors of in vasions in the Speaking in behalf of the ministers who had been wel comed by Chilean President Jorge Herter said he thought the issues here were more capable of early solution than those dealt with at the big four foreign ministers confer ence in Herter recently returned from Geneva where the problem of Berlin and Germany were tak en up by the United France and Soviet Rus No agreement was reached there after 10 Many of the delegates here were seeking to organize a drive to enforce human rights in the western In welcoming the Alessandri urged that they seek peaceful and declar ed it was imperative that freedom and law prevail in the Our problem said is to restore the tradi tional balance between peace on one hand and freedom and pro gress on the He said this could be achiev ed by proper emphasis on four principles col lective effective exer cise of representative Democ racy and respect for human rights and cooperation lor economic and social Our revolutions were fough all of to atlain freedom both for slates and individuals dedicaled to development an progress which can be achieve only through Herter It is In response to that unde viatlng concept peace wit freedom and progress tha we are met in this historica capital of a progresslv and peace loving Condemning Latin America Alessandri ex pressed hope that the circum slances which bring them abou will He said a fundamental prln clple in is nonintervention by one na tion In the affairs of Intervention is a plot agains liberty and we never can accep See Page 11 ewed their request that the Vhite House name a fact find board to recommend settle lent The recommenda ons would not be A move also is developing in ongress for action on a resolu on to urge the President to ame such a fact Arthur the un ns general told news en that invoking the Taft Act would solve noth He said such action could alt the steel strike for 80 days y court injunction but past ex erlence shows this never has esulted in a Goldberg said that if the gov rnment has to Intervene In the tcel situation it should use a act board method that held ome promise of a Eisenhower said the law pro ides for untrammeled ne otiations without federal in ervention other than media He said he could think of othing more objectionable than or any federal agency except he mediation service to step PtcgTlo June Clark To Join Staff First National June Clark of Corsicana ms been named an assistan Ice president of the Firsl Na ional Bank and will assume his duties August B announc d Wednesday following board of directors meeting Tues day native of Corsicana son of and June W is a Corsicana Hlgl School and Texas and Jollcge He has been connected with the Prudentia Life Insurance Company o America here the past tw Following his graduation from Corsicana High School wher he was an outstanding studen and he lettered in fresh man football at and Co He received a degre n History and Mathematics i After serving in Korea he returned to and to se cure a degree in 1955 an laught in Hearne High Schoo two also serving as hea baseball coach and assistan football He has hours toward his Doctor Philosophy Clark and his ar active members of the Firs Baptist Their tw daughters are an State Trooper Forced To Kill Gunman Of 15 12 state troopers trie to console John MacDougall ter he killed a 15yearold youl In a shooting chase Tuesda But was only a th 26yearold trooper an Robert Martin was a kid In years He was 6feet weighed 180 Juveni authorities called him incorrlg He carried a nickel plate caliber Young Martin fought It ou to the death with police afte he terrorized the Oakland coun ty Youth Home near Pontla where he fired at a group o no one He fled on foot Into a swarn pursued by officials of the Yout A force troopei and deputies joined the chas Troopers MacDougall an Stanley Doublcday and D puty Raymond Bills got will In firing The youth fi ed at least six shots at Martin refused to drop h Ill shoot you he shou ed to See Page 10 12 W President Eisenhower today illed for congressional action n labor interest civil rights and payas ougo highway financing be ire He listed his legislative aims t a news conference at his ettysburg vacation headquar rs while congressional lead rs here discussed possible ad urnment next Eisenhower said he considers i adjustment of interest rates tal to the soundness of the atlons He also told the news confer nee that he hopes congress wii ass a reasonable labor bill to nd what he called blackmail icketing and other He expressed for nactment of sound civil rights The president said he stil anls the interstate highway rogram to be financed on f ayasyougo basis instead o aving the bills for our grand Congress so far has turned own his request for an In rease of 1 12 cents in a 3 cent gallon gasoline tax to provldi See Page 7 Chief nstalls Tough Policy LITTLE 1 today threatened t mpound the radio telephone quipped auto of Bryce Miller Jhitcd Press Internalional re and to revoke his pres rcdcntlals when he tried to cal its office about Integration a lall High After Police Chief Gen and Carl Jackson re naked him for trying to make adlo broadcast from the scene hey decided not to pick up 111 car and but tol ilm loudly If you pull tha it the Central High Schoo roure Central High was schedule o open later today on an Into grated In another Incident at Hal Smith ordered a network CBS o remove radio cquipmen erected on a utility pole acres the Smith said the equip ment violated his ground rules The police department issue special press cards to new men only after they slgne statements with these prov sions they could not go o school they could no set up posed cou not interview studenls with two blocks of school propert and could not have sound broai astlng and telecasting equi ment within two blocks of scho Violations of any pr visions could mean the loss the special NO TROUBLE FOR NEGROES AT CENTRAL Governor Warns Crowd Against Any Violence LITTLE 12 Police clubbed back seg egationists today at Central Schoo just before two egroes walked calmly across s campus to Integrate It once The segregationists had been ushed back a block by police ho clubbed and arrested at east 15 of Police Jeered But the crowd still jeered po calling them cowards as efferson and eth both pproached the school hey walked quietly along the Some 200 segregationists narched on Central from a ral y on the capltol lawn whera Orval Faubus told them othlng was to be gained by Police were rushed from Hall High School where three ne groes were integrated this norning without Attended In 1957 Both Thomas and the Eokford irl attended Central High when t was first Integrated by nlna negroes in the fall Vlo ence flared butfl nally federal troops Tvere vl to enforce intcgraflom The two negroes entered the schoolat minutes before opening of class A dozen or so white stu dents were scattered ovor tha vast lawn at the time but none See LITTLE Page 5 NAACP Finds South Hot Only Jim Crow Area 12 prominent opponent of negro segregation claims the absenca of Detroit Mayor Louis Mlrlanl from a negro medical convention here Is proof that Jim Crow is not limited to tha You didnt escape It when you came to Thuril good Marshall told the National Medical Marsh a Is chief legal coun sel of the National for the Advancement of Colored Peo Your mayor was not only not Marshall but there was no explanation why he was not There must bo some good The National Medi cal is important enough for him to make the reason for his absence The Association claims a mem bership of some of whpm were at the con A city councilman welcomed delegates to the Mlrlanl said later he didnt know he waa scheduled to wel See JIM Page 5 Virginian Asserts Texas Laws Invalid ed under Virginias residence said 12 laws aimed at prolonging school segregation are as unconstitu tional as similar statutes in an attorney told the Houston for Better Schools Tuesday Edmund lawyer for Virginia residents who sought to have Norfolk schools reopened after they were clos rnasslve Houston schools could be Integrated with out a referendum as required by state Ii state aid was withdrawn as provided in the Campbell Houston citizens could re an injunction against the And theyd get he Im His comments came in answer to a question by Jerry a defeated Houston school board McAfee asked what Houston lans should Ho ibout the itate which would conflict with any federal court order to de segregate He also ques tioned the validity of petitions now being circulated to call a referendum election on the sub If there was withholding of f Is from the Camp bell some taxpayers could apply to a federal court to Is sue an Injunction prohibiting the state treasurer from with holding the I am sure such a request would be grant I believe I can assert with complete confidence that the Texas laws are unconstitutional and will be enjoined the first time anyone contests The Houston Independent School District Is under orders to desegregate with all deliber ate It has been ordered by Jvdge Ben Connally to file with ic district court clerk by next Monday a report on steps See Page 3