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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - September 14, 1959, Corsicana, Texas 4 LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy and mild through Tuesday with widely scatter ed thermometer Readings 8 9 10 i 11 j 12 1 I 2 66 68 70 72 75 77 30 Weather Report on Market SeniiWttkly Morning MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW 14 space age stocks governments at new nearby months others CHICAGO to firm scattered with to 50 cents lower top steers most ly steady top LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS 85 1959 SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENTS PETITION CERTIFIED SUFFICIENT Court Delays Architect Fee Payment Monday The commissioners court ftfonday morning passed on or der setting a local option elec tion for Corsicana This action came after Coun ty Clerk Harry Chesnut had Certified a petition presented bis office at 8 Monday by fVilliam a petition that contained the names of eligible 88 more than was according to Chesnuta The petition sought the Names Checked Chesnuts certification said he had examined the names on the petition and had found the petition to contain the necessary 25 per cent of the eligible McKie led a small delega tion that was present at the The court sustained his request that the election held The election will cover the sale of all alcoholic beverages KHRUSHCHEV AND HIS FAMILY Soviet within the city limits of Premier Nikita Khrushchev is surrounded by members of his family in this released in Election Required 1 Front from are grand When County Judge Kenneth daughter daughter of the premiers pouglas advised the court that who was killed in World War II Khru it was required by law to grandson Nikita 7 and the the election certification See Page 10 HallInch Bain Covers County Freezes Noted Precipitation in Navarro coun ty Monday ranged from 14 inch at Richland to an inch at Emhouse and Roane and driz zles and showers were continu ing later in the day after the Other rainfall reports are Corsicana Kerens 12 Blooming Grove Frost Dawson The Corsicana reading was at 7 and the others were at 14 The Teamsters courtappointed monitors prepared today to ask that Federal Judge Dickin son Letts suspend James Hoffa as president of the The with thousands of dollars of Teams ters Union funds in a Florida land development project and other Eisenhower In SOVIETS Final Check On WELL Historic Talks FROM WO monitors charged Hoffa misusing hundreds of Manned Flight Ultimate Target Of Space Search 14 Pre premiers Back from Alexei Khrushchevs soninlaw and editor of Izvestia Khrushchevs and his Qalina daughters Julia and who is Adzhubeis wife grandson Alexei Adzhu If the charges are the monitors Hoffas tempor ary ouster from office should be made permanent and the Teams ters should expel him from Spokesmen for the monitors said they had filed their charges and recommendations with Judge Letts late The judge supervises the board of monitors which he appointed in January 1958 in settlement of a suit against Hoffa by dis sident Teamster The monitors made their charges and recommendations in an interim report for Judge The charged Hoffa violated two sections of the court de cree settling the by violat onf ict o i ter onnict ot intci fs ff By The Associated Press Freezing weather nipped the northeast today but it was mild end sunny in most other sec A spate of lingered over rainy the cloudiness Southeast from the Gulf Coast to South It was showery in the and thundershowers rumbled in the Florida reported some heavy 24hour rain in cluding inches at Apalachi coala and inches at Pensa The day got off to a frosty start in the had a 26degvee chilling during the and the low at was Other freezing marks in Maine were See Page 7 Unit Hospital Board Plans New Class Nurse Training Navarro county hospital board ivy session Sunday afternoon dis cussed a proposed contract with who Is scheduled to become con nected with Memorial January 1 and authorized a re quest to the Navarro Community Foundation to cosponsor an other class of Licensed Voca tional Nurses beginning about the first of the new Personnel and staff matters were also considered and addi tional installation of tile on room walls as has been carried out was authorized for five addi tional and additional parking space as requested by physicians is being See Page 7 By The Associated Tress Weekend violent deaths claim ed at least 26 lives in Eighteen of the fatalities were blamed on traffic Nine persons died in three auto A head on collision near Del Rio Saturday night killed three They were Cody Ward Members of the Navarro county commissioners court took exception to a suggestion from the Civic Affairs commit tee of the Chamber of Com merce last week that the so called unit system be installed in the countv lust and the Court of Appeals his See page V Next Session Showdown 14 Party leaders in the Senate gave assurances todnv that the In an open letter and joint way will he cleared fora show statement from Kenneth Dougdown battle on civil rights legis las and the four commislonersnation early in the 1960 session Jack Arlon Simof Mahoney and SamMajority Leader Lyndon mie Saunders addressed to Johnson iDTpx said he is win Dick chamber ing to aproc thai at a specific and Julius civic affairs committee chairman was time a motion can and will he made to bring the explosive UNITED 14 Secretary Gen eral Dag Hammarskjold said to day the entire financial position of the United Nations is threat ened by failure of member na tions to provide adequate funds for the XJN emergency force in the Middle East In a report to the 82nation general Hammarsk declared that unless quick action is the solvency of UNEF and the world organiza tion itself will be in If the drain on the working capital fund continues at the present rate until next Febru he said the UN will be en tirely without money to carry its normal program of The UN draws on the working capital fund to pay its costs until regular annual assessments arc These usually are not paid in substantial amounts until late in the Texas Would Gain Votes Butlers Plan 14 P Eisenhower and oth er top government officials to day discussed all aspects of the historic talks Eisenhower will start Tuesday with Soviet Pre mier Nikita Tho President conferred for mier Nikita Khrushchev is 75 minutes at the White House flying to Washington Tuesday with Secretary of State Chrisamicl WorMwide acclaim for the tian Secretary of the Treasury Robert Anderson Soviet feat of and Llewellyn on the ambassador to the Soviet Congratulations streamed in Kxplore Strategy today from the six continents 2t thls development in the congest vance of Khrushchevs schedul l eel arrival in the01 sPace group thoroughly explored strat egy for thc Eisenhower talks rocket Two proposals by Democratic with the Kremlin made public following an execuissue up in the tive meeting ol the five during Johnson gave this assurance the regular meeting of the court during a discussion on the Sen Monday ate floor in which Everett Judge Dirksen of the GOP law of Del Rio Charles ever that it was not an official said he will offer such Gregory of and Arthur Miss Tulisha of was critically Three men were killed Satur day night when their car left the Palfurrias Hebbronville highway and They were Francisco Arreclondo Falfurrias Domingo Corpus and Balda mar Another 3death accident oc curred Saturday 22 miles west of Amarillo on Killed were Sam Ama rillo Chester See Page 7 action as a commissioners a motion after Congress returns court but of the five officials next as Advocates of broad civil rights The letter said the officials measures have been Insisting resent the and referred on such a commitment in re the Chamber officials to the turn for limiting action at this report of the East Texas Chamsession to extending the life her of Commerce whereby Naof the civil rights commission varro county received a 5star award has been received in two for two Richard Russell D or more previous years promptly served notice that came for operating on a cash southern foes of civil rights within the below measures be on hand to do state average tax low debt battle at whatever time is set per and county govern ment cost to per person as compared with the state aver age of See Page is 7 See Page 7 Merchants Again Stage Special Shopping Days The welcome mot Is always out to local and shoppers hut is being made especially at tractive Tuesday and Wednes day as Corsicana merchants their second monthly Super Value Days Inaugurated in August as a result of an effort by a special subcommittee of the Chamber of Commerce Retail Trade Com the event Is designed to offer shoppers here at home and those within Corsicanas trade area in surrounding coun ties outstanding merchandise buys examples emphasizing tho values they can expect to receive in retail outlets here every day of the In the approximately 22 stores and service institu tions took part in the event with more signing up to participate t his month and in succeeding Thc twoday shoporamn is for he second Tuesday and Wednesday of each but clue to the lateness of Labor Day this the September event was moved to the third Firms participating in this undertaking to Corsicana as a shopping center offering a com plete line of quality merchan dise are signifying their coop oration by use of a special sig nature cut in their newspaper National Chairman Paul Butler for the partys 1960 convention will draw fireworks when the Democratic National Commit tee meets here The latest announced by Butler over the calls for reallocating Another announced two weeks deals with thc good faith of Butlers re allocation plan would scrap a complicated bon us vote system used since He called that system not fair or Under the the con vention would have votes as compared with In 1956 a possible delegates com pared with In 1956 and 47B alternates compared with in 1 Votes IT KI infer nnd territories their 1956 would Eisenhower and Khrushchev are scheduled to meet at the White House Tuesday afternoon fortheir first for which 90 minutes has been set Praised By American scientists were among the first to hail the hand ling of the 860pound lunar probe as a remarkable job of scientific and The official reaction of tho National Aeronautics and iu iSpace Administration was That witbe short y after theUcd ln Washington bv itg Communist chieftain Hugh packing the prestige of Russias Dryden new scientific the have with weekend bullseye shoot to the Urest the travel of the In response to See Page 10 Contends Flag On MOOR by 32 14 over The United States served notice states toclny that Kussins landing of a lose and 7 stateside on the moon docs not give the earth satellite to the In the State Department theres a question whether any heavenly body can become the property of a nation here on Washingtons statement was Issued in legalistic language after press inquiries as to wheth er Russias moon shot gave Mos cow a claim to probe to its impact the moon Await Data We wish to congratulate our Kussian fellow scientists and engineers on their success in this forward step In tho tion of We hope that the scientific data obtained in this flight will soon be available for study by the scientists all Typical or the reaction among Soviet Unions Communist neighbors wag a declaration in See Page 10 See Pago 7 i Carriers me Nikifa Bringing Ike Duplicate Rocket Pennant By IUCHARD GRIMMKTT Sun Stuff 14 The Reds say that when thelrlSovlet Premier Nikita Khriish cosmic missile hit the moon yeschev said today he will present terdfty it delivered pennants President Eisenhower a dupJi A banquet nnd business meetbearing the arms of the Soviet catc of the Soviet pennant which ing Saturday night in the the hammer nnd sickle the Russians say their lunar tus Room of the Navarro Hotel jnag an inscription The Unrocket landed on the Ion of Soviet Socialist Khrushchev said in a state The pennants ment distributed by Tass news were strongly encased to withagency only hours before his stand the rockets Mosdeparture for the United States closed the oneday seminar district session of Hie District I Texas State Association of Letter Carriers nnd This was the first combination cow See Page 10 President Signs New Labor easure 14 Elsenhower today signed into law the bill regulat ing internal affairs of labor unions and limiting their boy cott and picketing The a landmark of the 1959 session of rep resents one of Eisenhowers most important legislative tri It contains TaftHartley law amendments he insisted were essential to any effective The new law is designed to curb racketeering and other abuses in the same unions spot lighted in congressional investi The law also puts new restric tions on organizational picketing by unions and on secondary A secondary boycott is one di rected at an employer with whom the union has no direct The AFLCIO contends these TaftHartley changes will weak a labors legitimate economic Employers argue that the boycott and picketing wea pons were abused by the team strs and some other The measure was strongly op posed by organized labor In its final The act contains by a wide margin the most farreaching re writing of the nations labor management relations law since the TaftHartley law was pass ed in Eisenhower signed the bill without any special But two hours after the Robert Griffin R and Phil Landrum authors of the late session called on Eisenhow er at the White House to ex press their The Presidents wonderful support certainly was the thing which made tho difference in obtaining fair and constructive reform Griffin told newsmen But they agreed that John McClellan head of the unionrackets in vestigating had a lot to do with The original bill was intro duced by John Kennedy Major some strongly opposed by labor union were put in by McClellan in the Senate and by Griffin and Landrum in the Through its major the new law Sets up a bill ol rights for union members guarantee ing such things as equal priv ileges in conduct of meetings and enforceable by civil suits in federal Requires detailed public financial reporting by all including all expendi and conflict of interest transactions by officers or Reports must filed with the Labor De Criminal penalties are provided for false Requires employers and labor relations consultants to report publicly their expendi tures to influence Limits trusteeships over a local by an international union to 18 Requires detailed public reports on reasons for plus a provision that a trusteeship must be for legitimate union Provides for secret ballot elections in unions with a limit on terms of union Con tains provisions to insure all members can nominate candi vote in the and be sure of an honest Bans service as a union of ficer by any person convicted of a major crime for five years after he leaves or by any Communist or former Commun ist for Jive years after he quits the Ends a void in federalstate jurisdiction known as no mans land by permitting each state to handle under its own laws any labor dispute that the tionai Labor Relations board declines to But the NLRB could not refuse to act on any of cases it was handling Prohibits all types of sec ondary boycotts by closing pre sent TaftHartley Bans hot cargo contracts under which an employer agrees with a union not to do busi ness with another In the for the Teamsters Union has made con tracts with truck linns under which the line agreed not to handle cargo from another truck line If the union pronounc ed it hot 4 Prohibits picketing in or der to organize workers in these situations Where another union seminar and district gathering to be held in Highlighting the business meeting was the nine tion of a slate of officers to guide both the letter carriers and the auxil Taking top honor a the ban quet mooting was the address by Corsicana who originally from He Scientists of the Soviet Union See Page 10 A State Department spokeswho designed the rocket and man said We are not too it to the moon presented me with a copy of the pennant which was delivered by tho Soviet I shall bo happy to present a copy of the pennant to the Khrushchevs Tasa was part of his reply to letters and telegrams received In connection with his visit to Measure Gets Approval 14 President Eisenhower today spoke on Civil Service versus LiRnod n bm appropriating United Officers who were elected at to finance more than a score of miscellaneous federal a or miscellaneous icuerai the presidents Kood h busincs session included affcncina thc present he In invltin I have no doubts regarding the presidents good 1 ti Cecil caj Cor thc third consec utive timo Joe Coisl vice president George secretary and Sec Page 7 tjjc Umtcd is More than five billion dollars apparently also striving to find a mutual language in the settle ment of controversial interna tional questions and for thelm of the total is for the veterans Kor all tho congress grunted only less than tho president See Page 10 Hail HTF13 COLLAPSES AFTER SHOOTING HUSBAND M f f VKV H ff has been lawfully recognized Hazel VeUh 2lyearold mothfr of two children and expecting where the union seeking tor thjrd as ahe ia tnkftfl fr0ni hfir home at picket has lost a collective to police slalion to be Charged with homicide in the shoot gaming election in the last 12 of ner Police said the young months where picketing has woman accused her husband of being unfaithful and then shot been conducted for a reasonable nim fjve times Wnilc he was at a kitchen Chester period not exceeding 30 days Detective John and Deleware County Detective See LABOR Page 7 Charles Diggins aid AP Wirephoto H Evidence obtained by Western world instruments backs up Russias announcement that thc Soviet moon rocket actually hit the American space of ficials said Were suM a spokesman for the National Aeronautics and Space Adminis NASA at the same time wild it had no information on any Sov iet moon rocket failures pre ceding the successful Vice President Richard Nixon in New York had told newsmen there were three such He also commented that there was no official proof that the Soviet rocket hit the moon as Moscow Even before todays report on Western instrument scientists had assumed sun cess for the Soviet trial and sent With respect lo veport of previous Soviet tries for a moon a NASA spokesman sucb if it wore wouUl be classified secret by the and we are a nonclassified The United Stntcs ix known to be watching Soviet ballistic missiles launching teats with longrange radar and conccviduy would not In Itself ubiy could have knowledge offceen proof positive that launching failures which the bc had made impact That have the Russians cUU not wish to The NASA official said the Russians could have turn signals off themselves evidence on the flight of the and then announced that tho apparently successful rocket was probe had nlt tno if analyzed by the computing cenit had missed the tor of the Air Forco Ballistic But tne spokesman said it A Hfe I Missile Divisions Space Techkvould h been extremely dif nology Laboratories at Loa Anjicult to simulate the accelera a NASA i he co tion known as a doppler ordinated and interpreted the probe was nearlng tho received by radio from the sian rocket by tracking stations Nixon said he could not reveal at Jodrell England and the sources of his information On the three recent It Reporting the British stationkvas the first word from any tracked thc moon probe for a source that the Russians had at five hours before tempted recent moon the spokesman said the station though there hftci been spocula able to keep a very accurate tlotx some space venture was like track of the vehicles Nixon added the new ven tion that Its rate of change turc nothing to get of cal i And the increase noted from There was no Immediate re the time thn Russians said the action from President probe hfirl entered the moons gravitational field was almost f tly the amount that would Uagerty Denies Surprise But after the Hus be under the Influence of the moons gravitational Ho the cessation of radio as received by Jodrell of their newest moon rocke White House press Secretar James Hagerty said Bank at EST See Page 10 ;