Corsicana Daily Sun, June 9, 1954

Corsicana Daily Sun

June 09, 1954

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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - June 9, 1954, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy and warm through Thursday with widely scatter ed afternoon and evening Thermometer Readings A1 9 1101 u LULL 3 80 85 90 Complete Weather Report on Marltin Pace H Home PUN Drily SUn and SemMMMMy Homing Uihili LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW Jtini Lnwcr detIine rails In itlcrpl in ncrvoilK early trncli to 7R centi ton to J5 crnta down ton 310 JUNE PAGES PRICE FIVL CENTS Feuding Senators Slow Army Hearing Vietnamese Reject Partition Plan ADVICE FROM AN OLD Clay JrM has a few words of advice for Cadet Marion Meador of top man In the 1954 Military Academy graduating following June week exercises in West of the class of was the oldest West Pointer AP CC Panel Discusses Plan To Close SOH A special committee voted Wed nesday to recommend to the board of directors Thursday that the Chamber of Commerce oppose any efforts to close the State Or phans Home at Corsicana without further and The action came after more than an hours discussion on a report by Research Lea gue which haxi recommended the Abandonment the J Panel Chairnian Jack des ignated Fred DuBose to make the recommendation to the board at its Thursday meeting 1 DuBose as committee to tiiake to welcome the former students at the Home to an exstudents re union to be held here Efforts are to be made to have a hugh banner sign hung over West Secoond avenue and plac Texas Republican Ticket Now Set m By The Associated Press Texas Republicans will have candidates for two state for for congressman at large and in four congressional The deadline for GOP filing was midnight and Republican headquarters said Wednesday no further filings had been Republican candidates for sena tor are Carlos Browns and Willard Hous Tod is their candidate for governor Thomas San for congress ma at and Harry Linder Houston for commissioner of Republican candidates for Con gress are in Harris County Hous Dallas the Panhandle district and the South Texas dis trict around Corpus Two Republicans are running for Congress from Harris Jerry McAfee and William both of The other congressional candi dates are Leroy Perry Panhandle district De who crossfiled him self in the South Texas district and Bruce MISSING ON PLANE June Navy plane with 17 men aboard was reported missing off Southern Ja pan Navy headquarters in Tokyo said the plane was a PBM Mariner amphibian and car ried 15 navy men and two Ma Search planes and surface ships were immediately dispatched to scour waters off the southern tip of Kyushu ards distributed in downtown store windows expressing welcome on behalf of the Chamber ol Com merce to the former State Home During the course of the meet it was brought up that the report may involve poli and President Walker said if this should become the chamber would withdraw because t does not in political in Children Come First The consensus of opinion of opinion of small group that the humanitarian welfare of at Home the tfuTdmgprinciple In any action that might be taken by the state in regards to the status of the At the outset Chairman Sisco sad as he understood the purpose See STATE Page Inspection Team Given Protection Wisconsin Site LAKE June 9 INS and county police were called out today to protect a fed eral engineering inspection team surveying a proposed site for a Air Academy near Lake Authorities feared possible vio lence against the 10man team by a group of farmers and home owners in the Wisconsin resort district who are bitterly opposed to the Beception Miycd Another faction headed by the Lake Geneva Chamber of Com merce is just as strongly in fa vor of the The who were sent tothe city by Air Force Secre tary Harold received a mixed reception when they var rived Representatives of the Cham ber of Commerce met the team and entertained them at a din ner in a Geneva But some 150 persons from the town of Linn which is located within the proposed site staged a protest parade along Lake Genevas main street and picketed the Carry Placards They carried placards read Ing No air academy please keep out air go to Many Linn property owners op pose the proposal because they contend It would affect 42 large farms and 220 other They add that this would shift the tax burden to the remaining property WARNING IS GIVEN FRANCE IN ADDRESS Red Bloc Makes Clear They Want Entire Indochina BY KINGSBUBY SMITH June namese Foreign Minister Nguyen Quoc Dinh rejected Rebel Vietmlnh partition proposals on Indochina today and also uttered what was considered a warning to Dinh told delegates at the dead locked Geneva peace conference that mixed commissions of the bel armed with veto was a proposal similar to the Fran qoVietmlnh agreement that led to the massacre of the French in Ho noi 1946 Events Recalled Acceptance of the Vietminh pro posal he would recreate the climate of 1946 and lead to a new and inevitable 19th of De Some Western delegation circles thought this was a warning to the French Parliament that If It In stalled an appeasement government the Vietnamese might turn on the French in Indochina as the Viet minh did that bloody December night In He spoke as French Foreign Min ister Georges Bidault defended his policy before the Assembly in More Attacks Due Authoritative informants said Undersecretary of State Walter Bedell the American tion is not planning to re main much longer In Geneva unless See GENEVA Repaired Pump Back In Service Water Tests OK Corsicanas water distribution to near normal Wednes day after repairs to a major pump breakdown at Lake Halbert were completed shortly before 5 m While many citizens called In Wednesday expressing concern about the muddiness or milky color Involved In Bitter French Debate Roosevelt Is Added California Surprise SAN June unique runonboth tickets political system was shak en by a surprising Democratic vote in Tuesdays primary The Democratic surge overrode National party criticism of James Roosevelt and helped the eldest son of the late New Deal president win nomination for Congress from neavily Democratic Los Hell oppose Republican Theodore Ted Owings in Strong Contrast Robert Con don also renounced by Democratic National Chairman Stephen was renomlnat ed and will face John the Republican he defeated in And right on down the Democrats nominated Democrats Timmerman Wins In South Carolina lieutenant Carolina for the last eight years easily won the Democratic patty nomination for governor in yes terdays primary VictoryIn the primary Is tanta moujit to election heavily Dem ocratic South Latest returns with less than a hiindred of the states cincts still imreportcd showed li with votes while his Lester Columbia insurance execu had Bates conceded the Both had pledged to maintain segregation In the states schools despite the United States Su preme Court ruling last May 17 outlawing the son of a federal district will succeed James Who will retire from political life when his term June Bell governor of South city3 health officTa s endsjnJanuary rde Roberf ShmoJ Air Force Colonel Takes 421MPH Sled Ride In Special Research Test June 43year old Air Force col onel reached a speed of 431 miles an hour on the record for a recent tests at Holloman Air Force Base John a veter an of aviation medical rode a rocketpropelled sled de signed to find out the effect upon fliers of bailing out at very high altitudes and supersonic Things happen too fast to think about them at the he said after the foot which takes just seven Braking Big Factor The critical factor in the test Is the effect of the braking on the Officials estimate StjBppsbody underwent a pres tsure of 22 times the force of gravity and his body assumed the weight of It was a fine he I feel a great sense of achieve Completing this run got a load off my chest The only other human to top 400 mph on the ground was John who drove a race car at mph at Bonneville Salt Uses Special Steel chief of the Aero Medi cal Field Laboratory at Holloman Air Force Development made the record run March 19 on his 27th sled His previous fastest time had been 180 mph at Edwards Air Force Base in The test designed by Northrop Haw consists of two ve propulsion sled and the test The propulsion sled carries 12 each with a thrust of six of which were used in the March The two vehicles are mounted on special railroad tracks be tween which is a water trough1 See SLED Page Wednesday indicates it is Water Is Safe According to a report relayed from Will acting di rector of the citycounty health the department could see no reason why the water should cause dysentery or any other intestinal Samples were taken at widely scattered points over th city and In some it was found that the wa ter was murky from being well stir turning over mineral deposits in the it was re ported that chlorine residuals were found at each check point showing that ample chlorine is In the sys to safeguard the purity of the spokesman Minerals Will Settle The public was advised that it will take time for the minerals to settle out of the water after hav ing been so thoroughly stirred up by the flushing of the mains when the repaired pump was put back into City Engineer Tommy Newton said the repaired pump worked all right throughout the night and early Wednesday and that the over head storage tank near the high school was practically filled dur ing the giving the city a renewed supply for consumption and fire Several Subjects Occupy Nembers Oi School Board Subjects ranging from repairs of roof at the Junior High School to details of the Jim Collins Scholarships were discussed at a session of the Corsicana of education Tuesday night at the Senior High Considerable time was spent on details and discussions on the vo cational homcmaklng building un der Those present included president Will Festus Paul Maco Maurice and business Matt Dawson was Repairs Needed Miller and Pierce said that the Sam Houston kitchen and cafeteria needs repairs and changes and President Middleton and Young agreed to look into the mat was awarded the contract for the Jun ior High roof repairs at a figure of the low The ma terials are guaranteed for 20 Other bidders included Fos Yates Roofing Com Daughtery Root Builders Sup See Page an renom ination over State Charles Moore and Congressman James ranking minority member of the House Foreign Af fairs defeated Attor ney Wade Weatherford in the Fifth Other South Carolina members of Congress were as was Burnet Maybank Candidate Misses Campaign Opener June 9 Holmes made not but two or opening speeches in hi campaign for governor his campaign manager said to Bob Holmes road said the candidate got off schedule and did as adver deliver his opening speech over an Abilene radio at 2 he stopped at Lampas as and several towns between Austin and Abilene and gave Ills speeches over a portable loud Reporters searched Abilene in vein Tuesday for the an Austin for national and state sharp contrast to previous elect ons when many fil ing on both won both nominations and thus were elected in the Democratic voters obviously paid no heed to charges of Infidelity against Roosevelt by his estrang ed wife and to the listing of Condon as a security risk by the Atomic Energy Roose velt called his wifes accusatons Condon testified he was never a Communist member or Knight GOP Winner Goodwin Knight easily won his own Republican nomina ton for that office but trailed Richard Graves on the Demo cratic A registered Repub lican until the 47year old Graves was a political un known until he entered the cam twice was elect ed lieutenant He suc ceeded Chief JTistice Earl Warren as governor last Samuel Yorty Page Attorney Charged In ProfitMurder Later Found Dead afctonley charged in an involved murder forprofit plot allegedly aimed at sjme of his wealthy clients was found dead of a gunshot wound to Deputy sheriff Iris Caudiil said that attorney Emmett Donnelly of Lake committed sui On Ball Donnelly died of a wound in his temple In a small cabin he owned at a lake near Lake The lawyer was freed on bail only Tuesday at Bartow after being together with an alleged on charges of conspiracy to murder for profit an wealthy widow and a retired Donnelly and Willard Durdcn of Orlando are charged with conspir acy to murder Roach and Klngsley retired millionaire calendarmaker from Sheriff Reveals Story The bizarre tale of how Roach and the man purportedly hired to kill her and Gerlach helped See Page BRITISH LEADER DIES LONDON Green treasurer of the British La bor party and longtime Socialist died He was a member of the mod erate wing of the Labor ser ved in the war Cabinet and as lord privy seal and paymaster in the postwar Socialist govern Violent Weather Hits West Texas By The Associated Press Violent weather that rocked the Borger and Fort Stockton areas of West Texas Tuesday night and calmed down Wednesday The Weather Bureau said skies wore The nights violent damaging bkwing dust and sand caused two baseball games to be postponed at Plalnvlew and At Borger some small buildings were blown most of the towns television aerials were lev elled and roofs were extensively Winds at Borfrer were reported to have reached 85 miles per hurricane and then dropped to 75 miles per hour before level ling off at Big hailstones broke some wind shields and store windows at Bor See Page June Foreign Minister Georges Bidault called for French reinforcements to Indochina today in a bitter as sembly debate where one deputy demanded the overthrow of Pre mier Joseph Laniels Bidault led off the crucial de bate in which he asked for support of his truce with honor policy because he said the reward of courage is Demands Overthrow He clashed quickly with Pierre a radical socialist deputy and former cabinet minis ter who said the French people demanded the overthrow of the Face your MendesFrance told the and turn a page in postwar French MendesFrance said the dan ger of a world conflagration nev er has been greater because of what he termed unpredictable American public an irra tional French government and possible Communist MendesFrance called for a peace ful settlement of the Indochina war but denied he recommended Opening a crucial debate which may decide the fate of the cabinet the Foreign Minister offered to re sign if the deputies so Cites Red Attitude But he warned the deputies that tlte Communists do not make It a practice to despise the strong and honor the weak and he said the Impatience for a ceasefire only will cause the enemy to lengthen negotiations and utilize the situa Each gesture we make in this part of the world has repercussions in he Bidault already had suffered two defeats on another foreign policy European Defense Com munity after his re turn from the deadlocked Geneva Pact Two against ratifying which would rearm See Stolen Sale Is Found Near Here Contents Hissing A Henderson county justice of the peace came to Navarro county early Wednesday to go fishing and discovered a knocked safe in f mesquite thicket that had been re moved from a Lampasas mercantile establishment during the weekend containing The money was Gordon Malakotf justice of the found the big safe with the door off and a hole In the in a mesquite thicket between the road and Beaton Lakt southeast of He notified Sheriff Rufus The safe was missed from the Fulton Brown company in Lampas as when the business was opened Monday It contained 400 in checks and about in Deputy Sheriff John Davis of Lampasas advised the sheriff Many cancelled and one small uncashed check were found In the Deputy Sheriff sought to secure fingerprints from the safe before it was moved into town to await the owners and Lampasas The robbery occurred sometime during the weekend between Sat urday night and Monday Pevehouse No arrests had been reported here at Tennessee Democrat Puts President On Spot With Offer To Aid Trade Plan By ROWLAND EVANS June Gore DTenn has posed a possibly ticklish political problem for the Eisenhower administration by offering to lead a fight for its own foreign trade Gore said today In an Interview he believes the great majority of Senate Democrats would back a proposal he made Tuesday to force a vote on the issue at this session of Extension Asked President Eisenhower asked Con gress earlier this year to extend the Reciprocal Trade Agreements Act for three years and to vote him added powers to cut import duties up to 0 per cent year in each of the coming three But key Republicans in Congress made no move to act on those recommendations last Eisenhower let word out that he would accept a oneyear extension of the present Chairman Daniel Reed R NY of the House Ways and Means Committee where all revenue measures are handled first Tues day introduced a bill to give an other year of life to the trade agreements which expires Sat Congress can extend it re Explains Move Gore said his plan was to try to tack the Presidents trade pro gram to a tax revision bill due for Senate debate later In the This is a revenue measure that already has passed the Gores move would be technically He said the only factors that could change his plan would be a return by Eisenhower to his basic request or announced willing ness of Senate Republican leaders to press for the full threeyear Republican comment in the Sen ate was but Lyndon See Page Gruenther Warns Russia Against Attack This Year By AHTHUB GAVSHON June supreme commander in Alfred warn ed Russia Tuesday night that the West will meet a Soviet attack with every weapon in our including atomic In our thinking we visualize the use of atomic bombs in the support of our ground We also visu alize the use of atomic bombs on targets in enemy Gru enther told a DDay anniversary dinner at which Prime Minister Churchill also spoke and the Duke of Edinburgh Nobody Will Win If war with Russia should come this the NATO commander the Soviet Union would be I do not want to say we would he because I am sure In a third world war there would be no Gruenther also told his audience he was not sure time was on tile side of the Russias indus trial and atomic stockpiles are he and her air power displayed at the recent May Day parade in Moscow was No Aiutwcr Now But at he the So viets have no answer to the Allies longrange He cited the big American B47 jet a plane which can fly so fast and so high that there is no defense against It in Gruenther told of one B47 which recently flew the Atlantic in 4 hours 34 Qhurchiir West that prace through strength must be our He warned that if the free na tions relax their defense it would imperil European and if differences split the It would lead to general ruin and Representatives Oi 16 States Due Segregation Meet June 9 INS Governors or other top represen tatives of at least 16 Southern states meet in Richmond Thurs day In the first official meeting of Dixie leaders since tho historic supreme court decision outlaw tn ing segregated public Acting Governor Charley Johns of Florida has become the eighth southern chief executive to accept an invitation to personally Other governors slated tu be at the meeting are from Ala North West South and Shivers May Go Allan Shivers of Texas has indicated he may also personally The governors of and Oklahoma have in dicated they will send representa Three governors slated to at tend the conference have stated their Intentionof turning schools over to private hnnds rather than permit Negro and white children to attend the same The three arc Herman Talmadge COHN SUMMER TRAINING MAT FORCE RECESS Welch Comment On Brings Hot Words June Roy Colin testified today he dou bledated with David Sclilne while Schiiio was away from Fort Dix to work for the McCarthy Special Army Counsel Joseph Welch brought out that Cohn and Schine mid their dates dined at the Drake Hotel In New York Welch said the hill was for food and for drinks and asked whether that sounded It sounds a little Cohn Im not going with the girl 1 had any Juno Roy Conn testified today Army Counselor John Adams coupled talk of sending David Schine overseas with efforts to halt the McCarthy subcommittees jn vcstigatlons of and the Army loyalty under questioning by Army counsel Joseph Welch in the 30th day of the ArmyMcCarthy said Adams left an Im pression that what happened to Schine depended on what Adams Says Adams Nasty Cohn insisted ho didnt cara whether or not Schine went over hut said he thought Adams had been nasty about Adams has testified that Cohn flew into a rage and threatened to wreck the Army when told Schine probably would be sent over seas as most draftees He quoted Cohn as saying also that Robert Stevens would be through as has denied making sucJrstatehientsT The Senate Investigations subV committee got back to the meat of Sec Page 8 Brownell Plans 4 Intensive Drive Against Wetbacks Kidnaped Child Is Found Gagged In Ditch KANSAS June 9 twohour search for an 8yearold blond kidnaped girl ended Tuesday night when the child was found bound and gagged in a ditch onehalf mile west of Muncie on Kansas Highway 32 by a passing She suffered slight bruises and scratches apparently had suf fered little physical harm from her The Mary Vir ginia daughter of and William had been the object of an intensive search after her 6yearold skating com panion told authorities that she had left Kensington Park with a bearded The child was found struggling with her bonds in a roadside ditch by the Harvey pas tor of the Edwardsville Methodist He carried her from the ditch and then flagged down an other motorist who notified po Police said she appeared dazed from the The girl told au thorities that the man told her be fore leaving the police will never get me because Im heading for The child was re united with her parents at police Police were able to piece togeth er only a meager description of the See Page WIIEELOCK TO IVKILL Leduc said today its option to aurchasn a block of acres on he Nolan county line in West Texas had been said the company is planning to drill a 600 foot test to the Cambrian sand at June General Herbert Brow nell announced today an intensified campaign to halt tho immigration of Mexican wetback laborers will bo launched this Brownell said a mop up opera tion will begin along the Moxican border June and that Border Patrol has been nearly tripled for the Asks More Weapons In tho Attorney Gen eral said he Is urging Congress to enact legislation which would pro vide the Justice Department with muchneeded weapons to assist in bringing to a halt the increasing illegal crossings of the borders by the socalled Brownell will urge Congress to take two steps Authorize a court to restrain an employer from con tinuing to hire aliens illegally in this country when the employer has knowledge that the alien ia an illnga Authorial seizure and of any vehicle or vessel to transport aliens in violation of Immigration The second proposal was recom mended to the government a few weeks ago by a business and la bor committee set up under tho joint Trade Afeii Transferred Brownctil said the mop up cam paign will be directed by the immi gration and naturalization service under the leadership of Commis sioner Joseph announced that 491 patrolmen have been transferred to tho ArizonaCalifornia border of Mexico to augment a force of 256 patrolmen already operating Ikes Chief Economic Adviser Says Nation Is Poised For Early Upturn June President Eisenhowers chief eco nomic adviser says the nations economy is poised for an early up spinred by new developments in defense and business expansion Arthur chairman of the Presidents Council of Eco nomic told a news con ference Tuesday that if unemploy ment follows its usual seasonal pat there would be about four million jobless by That would be nearly more than the government has reported as out of work last Sees Jobless Cut Burns said he expects a rising trend of business activity to whit tle unemployment sharply In tho There is evidence that the de cline has leveled Burns The records indicate an earlier upturn There are very en couraging signs for an overall re covery in the near future In non agriculturnl Burns covered virtually all as pocts of the economy in the course of answering reporters He sopmcd to find encouraging signs Sugifittlrd By Ike His first news conference as White House economic adviser Krew out of a question asked at the Presidents own meeting with reporters last the administration had actively com battcd tho business downturn that set in Eisenhower told reporters Burns could best an swer that When asked about this Burns said the government acted swiftly to ease the dip even asit laid the basis for a new He said that when the 1954 fiscal yrar ends on June the govern ment Aill have spent about two billion dollHis less on defense than See Page ;