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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - August 13, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHER LOCAL to partly clou dy through Friday not much change in Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 80 1 84 88 01 92 93 94 Complete Weather Report on Market LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW ed selected issues in er governments Cotton Irregular commission house CHICAGO lower scattered liquida Corn Higher cash dealer moderate to 25 cents higher top steers steady top 58 1959 SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENTS INTEGRATION COBIES TO WHITE negro girls approach the entrance to Hall High School In Little Rock where they were assigned by the school The three negro students entered the formerly allwhite school without AP Wirephoto Steel Industry Bars Price Cut steelworkers union said today it has a hint how much longer the monthlong steel strike will It found out some time before the strike a un ion official that steel company strategists took a lease until IS on special strikeuse office th Chrjsler In New steel it was re liably reported has re jected a suggestion that it cut steel prices a ton in lieu of granting a wage increase in the current strike Negroes Take Arrested Pair From Police 13 W policemen were roughed up by a group of about 25 ne groes Wednesday night after they arrested a negro man and The prisoners were torn away and Three members of the crowd were arrested after police re inforcements were rushed to the Police Chief Lee Qui anthy said the two officers ar rested the man and woman at an apartment house after a fight When they tried to lead the prisoners to their squad car they found the way barred by an angry Both officers were roughed up quite a Quianthy When we got some more men at the everybody took off in all The man and two women ar rested were charged with inter fering with an officer and as sault and The suggestion for a price cut was made by Chester Bowles in a letter to President who in turn had it referred directly to Chairman Roger Blough of the Steel Blough is said to have turned down the idea on the ground that in settling the present monthJong strike pahftss sire goirfg to have to give the strikers some sort of wage increase So far the industrys position is that it in the public Increase steel labor costs and thus spur The striking steelworkers un ion contends that this is an at tempt to reverse traditional Am erican economic policy that workers are entitled to regu lar sharing in Bowles told a reporter today he felt his steel price cut pro See Page 7 Drivers Can Lose License From Tickets 13 Department of Public Safety director has cautioned motor ists a new state law provides for the suspension of the li cense of any driver convicted of four moving traffic viola tions within a Homer said Wednesday the law de fines the term habitual vio lator for the first If a justice of the peace or other magistrate finds a driv er to he an habitual the DPS may suspend his li An habitual violator also may lose his license for seven moving traffic violations with in two Invasion Pose Threats Teenagers Arrested At Little Rock ARMED TRIO SEIZED AT BATES HOME Central High Under Constant Police Watch LITTLE white boys were arrested today and state police held three negro men on the second day of Little Rocks High School State police said they arrested the three all Wednesday night near the home of Daisy State President of the National for the Advancement of Colored Charges Due The three negroes included a bouse guard for Bates and the father of one of the negro students who integrated Cen tal Bates house guard was identified as Isaac The other two negroes were Ellis 48yearold Eather of Jefferson Thomas and Garland State police said Thomas and Freeman would charged with carrying concealed weapons and that Mullens commislon as an honorary deputy sheriff would be picked Hose Weighted The three white boys were See LITTLE Page 8 Discoverer V Finally Fired On West Coast VANDENBERG AIR FORCE fifth rocket in the Discoverer satellite powered with peppier fuel than its predeces aloft Air Force scientists hope the new designed to give the rocket a better chance of achieving will get the troubleplagued series back on the The last two rockets failed to There were no animals In the nose capsule of the satellite rocket The shot is a test of hardware expected to carry monkeys Into orbit later the Discoverer The Air Force hoped to eject the capsule near Hawaii and catch it as it parachutes The 78foot twostage rocket roared off its pad at oceans edge at noon The first stage Thor IRBM appeared to rise perfectly Into See Page 8 HOU VISIT VETOED WASHINGTON A pro posed invitation to Red China Premier Chou EnIel to visit he United States has been veto ed by President says Charles Porter CD prompted by the coming visit of Russian Pre mier Nikita had suggested a similar exchange of visits between Chou and the Approve Temporary Gasoline Tax Increase B PROPOSED RV PFBTPP wARTjTNrnTrvw 11 imi JJ fi A jufl Red Withdrawal Claimed In Laos 13 Laotian government today reported that most of the Communist forces that infil trated into northern Laos from North Vietnam have with drawn across the Phoumi secre ary of state for told a news conference the Reds left behind about most of them Black Thai tribes men or members of the Com munist pathet Lao Movement of Laotians which formerly con trolled the two northern pro of Sam Neua and Phong Theyll try to restore their old conduct politi cal activity and prepare for the next action by Communist Phouml He predicted the next at See Page 8 Medal 01 Honor Winner To Head Marine Corps By TATES McDANIEL IP David Monroe selected to be the new Commandant of the Ma rine is a tough Marine of few He didnt talk his way to the A quick look at the record tells how he got The citation which went with the Medal of Honor he won in World War II makes it clear hes a Marines It reads In part He was shocked by an ex ploding suffered from a painful leg wound and was ex posed to terrific fire But rallied his hesitant troops and led them across the reefs to reinforce hard thinly held Once achore took com mand of all worked with See Page 7 Parr Is Denied Case Rehearing 13 The 5th Circuit Court of Ap peals at New Orleans denied Ueorge Duval County po litical a rehearing today on his appeal of a Houston Fed eral Court mail fraud convlc The action also applied to re quests for rehearings by 10 other defendants in the six weeks 1957 Houston In cluded are eight friends and as sociates of Parr and two banks Parr formerly Panel OKs New Housing Bill Senate Banking Commit tee today approved a substitute Housing Bill with only one major concession to objections the administration had raised against an earlier The commitee acted prompt ly to get a new bill to the Sen ate floor less than 24 hours af ter failure of a Democratic ef fort to override President Eisen howers veto of the original measure sent to him in group accepted almost without change the substitute bill wrt the full banking ten last week by Its housing It voted down Republican moves to knock out of the sub stitute two provisions specifi cally objected to by the Presi dent Wednesday at his news 4 Rejected 87 was an effort of Prescott Bush eliminate the 50 million dol lar loan program for college classroom The committee defeated 94 another Bush motion to knock out 50 million dollar program of direct loans for housing lor the The one concession made to day was to put the classroom which is a new type of activity not hitherto entered In to by the on an appropriation As it was approved previous this program was to use backdoor financing to which Eisenhower objects Under this procedure the funds came directly from the Treas ury without going through the appropriations The full committee also kept in the bill the new pub lic housing units approved by the subcommittee the adminis tration had asked for no new And it retained a 650 million dollar oneyear renewal pro gram going well beyond the Presidents proposal of 600 mil lion for two John Sparkman the housing subcommittee chair said no word had been re ceived from the administration that the new bill would be ac several committee members indicated they expect ed the bill to be Willis Robertson D the banking said he believed the bill would be scheduled for floor consider ation early next Before the commitee acted Democratic Leader Lyndon Johnson told the Sen ate he doubts that the Demo cratic party made any profit by its effort to override the At the same Johnson de nied the effort was made be cause of any threat by the Pres ident to veto a scaleddown housing bill proposed by the Senate housing He denied further that there was any deal between him and the White House on the The Senate voted 5540 to over ride the most Demo crats favoring this but that was 9 votes short of the twothirds majority who voted to over said the test was made to give Democrats a chance to go on record even though he and every other senator knew be fore the vote what the result would Sooner or Johnson and senators must decide wheth er they want an Issue or want Some Democrats believe the test may result In great gains to our Johnson I dont think He compared the move to tac tics of a billy goat who butts his head against a stone Johnsons comment came af ter Richard Neuberger said the vote confirm ed and sustained Johnsons ear lier decision not to push for an even larger bill than the one Albert Gore said he thinks the effort to override was a wise decision and not an exercise in futility He said it serves to dramatize the Issue of differences between the Democratis Congress and Republican Gale McGee DWyo agreed with Regarding a proposed cut down housing on which the Senate banking committee went to work Johnson said gossipers and whisperers have said untruthfully that it would be a result of a deal between Johnson and the White The President has never made any threat to directly or Johnson said of See Page 8 Pennsylvanian Found On Road Hospitalized A man found lying unconsci ous on Highway 75 onehalf mile south of Corsicana about 2 Wednesday has been identified as Roland about of The mans general condition was reported improved Thurs day He is still at Me morial It had not been determined if the man had a heart It was A hospital spokesman report ed that the patient was consci ous Thursday morning and was able to but reportedly very little information was obtained other than the mans name and that he was born in and has resided in Phila State Highway Patrolman Neil Hill reported Wednesday that the man apparently was a hitch hiker and that he found no identification papers on Scott of the Pa trol said Thursday morning that he understood Hill had not ascertained any additional in Pittman was spotted lying alongside the highway by a passing Unable to revive the the truck driver notified law Pittman was rushed to Memorial In a McCammon One Oklahoma Town Actually Now TaxFree taxfree city 13 There is such a place in Okla The budget of this town north of now on file with the county excise includes no request for a prop erty tax of any kind either operating or bonded debt pur The town lists its 195960 budget needs at but It started the new fiscal year July 1 with a cash surplus of and anticipates miscellaneous Including electrical utility earn the next 12 For Its sinking Skla took needs this fiscal but it has on hand for that purpose in its utility The towns budget last year was but only of that amount was Skiatooks biggest estimated sources of Income for the new fiscal year are from electricity sales and from See Page 8 13 The House Ways and Means Committee today voted a one cent Increase in the federal gasoline tax effective 1 to keep the super highway pro gram The extra levy would remain in effect for 22 The committee voted also to divert to the highway fund some of the taxes now collected on automobiles and automobile The gas tax increase Is less than the 1 12 cents asked by President but is estimated to be enough to main tain the rate of highway con struction at close to its present level for the next three The committee action broke a deadlock over sources of rev enue to keep construction mov ing on the Although the committee on previous occasions had repeat edly turned down further In creases in the gasoline It reversed Itself today and voted 169 to boost the 3cent motor fuel tax to 4 The 4cent tax would remain See GAS Page 7 September Oil Demand Lower 13 UP Bureau of Mines forcast today that market demand for domestic crude oil will be barrels daily during Sep Thls js a drop of bar rels dally from the forecast of The bureau says It appears that refinery runs will decline during September because stocks of petroleum products are at high except for residual fuel Reporting on which are under mandatory govern ment controls except for those from the bureau said Actual crude oil Imports dur ing May average barrels It is Indicated they jump ed to barrels daily dur ing last month In the allocation There was an apparent drop back to about daily in The esti mate is barrels dally for August and for Sep For refined actual Imports In May were bar rels dally with a bulge to 000 indicated for The estimate Is that there were 000 barrels daily In July with daily forecast for Au gust and UN Proposes Record Budget UNITED 13 JP A record UN budget of is being proposed by Secretary General Dag The 1959 budget Is Hammarskjold said presently unforseen costs might force the 1960 budget up another 1 12 million But he said that stamp tourist fees and similar revenue probably will jrlng in more than five million dollars to reduce the amount member countries will have to The United States pays per Castro In Field Shots In Havana 13 men struck in Havana today as Prime Minister Fidel Castro moved out in the personal ly a roundup of coun Police exchanged shots with antiCastro gunmen near the Mexican and Peruvian embass ies and the directorate building of Castros 26th of July revolu tionary movement in central Occupants of a speeding auto mobile sprayed the directorate with machine gun police Castro was leading his forces against 60 or 70 Cubans in Las Villas The Insurgents were reported encircled near The Cuban press reported that Castros brother Raul addressed several hundred persons detain ed at Camp Llbertad In Raul told the prisoners they would be treated well and would be released if investigators found no charges against the newspapers The papers re ported several hundred prison ers already have been The Castro regime also has begunto dismiss from the armec forces and national pollcif5al holdovers from the goyerniionl See Page 7 Sewell Rules Against Ennis In Rail Action The Texas and New Orleans Railroad can move its dispatch Ing operations from Dis trlct Judge James Sewell of Corslcana ruled in the 40th District Court In Waxahachle Judge Sewell held that It is reasonable for the T and N O to change from a district patching operation to a system dispatching Judge Scwells decision ended a threeday hearing In which the City of Ennis sought to pre vent the T and N O from re moving the operation and trans ferlng four chief nine other dispatchers and two car distributors to Houston or possibly to other Ennis maintained that the railroad was obligated to keep the operation In that city due to a contract dating back to Judge Sewell had returned to his Corslcana office Thurs day He replaced Dis trict Judge Stout on the Ellis county Judgt Stout disqualified Sewell announced he would be In Hillsboro Friday to act on any business In the court of Judge Sam who Is on MEXICO SLOWS BUSSES MEXICO gov ernment warned Wednesday that responsible for the major portion of Mexicos high way must obey a new speed limit of 45 Butler Sets Monday Flies To Demo Meet Site Uncertain LOS 13 JP squabble that could cost Los Angeles the 1960 Democratic National convention neared a showdown Democratic National Chair man Paul Butler warned that unless a convention ticket dispute is settled by Monday he will start looking for another Butler also arranged to fly lere later today in an attempt to iron out the Deputy Chairman Samuel Brlghtman said in Washington Butler would confer with Mayor a and with Democratic Asked about possibilities that a compromise might be Brightman replied I dont think Butler is going to budge an Los Angeles county sor Kenneth with whom Butler talked by telephone Wed has said he expects a compromise by Hahn if that fails a new group Is ready to finance the I learned from a very high Democratic official that anoth er group Is ready to put up the to underwrite the con Hahn It is will Ing to accept the tickets offered by He would not Identify the Democratic official or the The ruckus started when oil man Edwin cochairman of the host demand ed daily tickets to help pay off the He later agreed to a comprom ise of tickets suggested by Los Angeles Mayor Norris Poul Butler Insisted that many tick ets would not be available after necessary demands were He said In Washington Wed nesday that he would not budge from the Meanwhile contacted In Mexico City Wednesday stuck to his demand for As far as he Is the oilman the dispute was settled a long time He declined to comment when asked If there was a chance the host committee would back down further on the number of The newly built sports arena in downtown Los Angeles Is the scheduled site of the con The arena has a seating capacity of about About delegates are Because of the ticket allotments for the state delega 8ee DEMO Page 7 Premier Kassem Expecting More Iraq Trouble 13 Abdel Karim Kas sem of Iraq today hinted he ex pects more trouble inside his country In a speech to a class of grad uating reserve broad cast by Baghdad Kassem announced ho had evidence that some ambitious intriguers have begun to conspire Kassem warned that our pa tience and our determination to defend the republic will thwart In contrast to recent attacks on the speech ap peared aimed at Arab National ist and other antiCommunist Kassem Insisted he will allow Democratic forces a term frequently applied by Commun ists In Iraq to themselves and their allies In this countrjk to suffer long applause I Kassem also gave unqualified support to the peoples presided over by Fadel Ma It has tried a long list of those accused of plotting Seo Page 7 Several Firms Favor Closing On Labor Day An Informal poll of business firms augmented by th proxy vole of several ab sentee stores taken at a Chamber of Commerce Retail Trade Com mittee meeting Thursday indl cated that a majority of those heard from favor closing for the Labor Day Mon which will be a school Chamber President Bob Wheol presided In the ab sence of Iglchart and Claiborne chairman and cochairman Informal Toll Before Wheolock polled the James manager of a North Beaton chain reported he had been authorized by six other Beaton mostly softgoods to say they all would close for the Labor Day The informal poll then showed 7 favoring See Page 7 No Names Are Mentioned But Nations Known 13 Herter charged today that vicious propaganda and armed invasion have threatened the peace in tho Thus both internal and in ternational tensions have grown throughout the the Secretary of State told a plen ary session of the InterAmeri can Foreign Ministers Confer Report In February He proposed a special Carrib bean Peace Committee to study the crisis and report to the llth InterAmerican Conference in Quito next The described by Herter as would be part of a threepoint pro Other points are an in vestigation of hostile propagan da and improvements In tho permanent Inter American Peace During tho past few months at least three countries hava been attacked by armed expedi tions coming from outside their said There have on Seo Page 7 Panama Says Spawning New Invasion 13 m Tho Panamanian government today claimed that another of Panama Is being planncd in Cuba to topple President Er nesto Do La Guardla Interior Minister Jose Doml nador said some of those in volved also had a hand In last Aprils abortive Invasion of the Central American Dominador said in a brief statement that Panama is cap able of taking whatever meas ures the circumstances re A government source said reports had been received say ing preparations for Invasion subsided in tho last days bo cause of the present political situation In whero Fidel Castros government has been rounding up thousands suspect ed of a conspiracy to over throw tho revolutionary gov Panama 25 by 90 was Invaded Cubans and April three Panamanians who landed on au Isolated beach on tho Carib bean Tho invaders got only a short from tho coast and surrendered a week Inter without firing a The Cubans were jailed for two months and then turned over to their A See Page 8 TALKS TO Dale wife of a segregationist Democratic congressman from talks with two unidenti fied protesting school desegregation at the state capltol In Little Two daughters stand beside Alford and a son stands 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