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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - January 14, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                r THE WEATHER LOCAL cloud iness with scattered showers this afternoon end tonight cloudy and cooler tonight and Thermometer Readings 1 8 9 1 10 11 12 I 1 62 I 63 I 65 I 68 I 69 I 70 I 72 Weather Report on Market Homt of the Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Morntnrflitfht MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er selected issues resist er governments com mission house and New Orleans CHICAGO to slightly low er late higher light de light Hogs Steady to 35c higher top Cattle Slaughter steers steady to 25c lower top LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS 1959 TWELVE PAGES 189 63 PRICE FIVE GENT STORE GUARD ROUGHS UP CAMERAMAN State Department Orders Newsmen Barred On Tour NEW Russian Deputy Premier Anastas Mikoyan toured Macys from basement to executive of fices today and remarked In passing that Americans have too many rugs on their The highranking Russian ex pressed particular interest In kitchen lightweight high fidelity record Ing devices and synthetic fab rics and floor He also took a look at the lingerie and perfume Likes Vinyl When he Inspected stocks of vinyl floor he re marked that he thought Amer icans made a mistake not to use them more often in place of according to Wheelock president of the Macy who guided Miko yans tour through the huge department Reporters were barred from the store during the tour which began half an hour before Macys normal opening hour and continued for half an hour after the shopping public had been allowed to New York police said they acted on State Department orders in keeping newsmen Cameras Broken Before ban became effec a small group of photo graphers was permitted in the store was knocked to the by a Macys guard1 as he walked tol ward a basement stairway to See Page 7 Executions In Cuba Are Only Interrupted The revolutionary Cuban gov ernment announced today It was only not end wave of execution of Batista men accused of murder ing up to rebel sympathiz ers during the past six In an apparent bow to public criticism abroad the presidential palace announced the govern ment would halt mass trials and executions until new regulations are fully circulated to the rebel It invited full press cov erage when the trials are re The Cuban people appeared fully in agreement with the rev olutionary justice that has tak en more than 200 Rebel leader Fidel Castro and Foreign Minister Roberto Agramonte is sued statements defending rebel action thus No date was fixed for re sumption of the revolutionary justice which was halted throughout the island late Tues day after a reported 200 persons had been executed by rebel fir See Page 10 HELD IN BABYS KIDNAP Jean is shown in New York City police station where she was booked on charges of kid naping Lisa Rose Chionchio from her hospital crib The baby was found safe In lavarones apartment in lavarone is a divorcee and widow living 7F Iff Parents Urge h Leniency Tor Kid NEW The parents of Lisa Rose Chion chio appealed today for leniency toward the 43yearold mother accused of kidnaping their daughter 2 12 hours after her Both Frank and his expressed the hope that Jean lava rone wiuld have to go to prison for kidnaping the new born infant from a Brooklyn hospital and then keeping her in her oneroom apartment for nine She is a sick woman who did not realize the suffer ing she Chionchio Our home is open to her If See Page 10 Trio Scheduled For Induction Three Nayarro county men will fill Local Boavd 95s in duction call on 21 It was announced Wednesday by Bessie Slated for induction are Billy Gene Kendall and David Milton both of and Lewis now of Fort The board received no examination call for Its next induction call is for 4 men IS there ig no phy sical examination call for Feb Stockholders of the State Na tional Bank reelected all direc tors who in turn renamed the officers for 1959 at the annual meeting Tuesday at 2 The bank experienced a very good year In Jack stated Wednes Declares Dividends A divident of per share and a 20 per cent stock dividend were Young Another share of stock was issued to the holder of each five shares dur ing increasing the capital stock from to I see no reason why business should not continue to be good through Young and added that the general level of business the past year was about on the level locally as in There were gains in some lines and losses in with retail sales holding about the same as the previous year on the Young The parking area for the use of bank customers was complet ed about the middle of 1958 and is proving List Directors Directors reelected by the included Will See STATE NATIONAL Page 7 j Woman Writer Ends Contempt Case Sentence JERSEY 24 UPI Television columnist Marie Torre left Hudson County jail today still determined to withhold the source of a dis puted news Item that put her behind bars for 10 days on a contempt of court It would be against every thing I my my and my profession to reveal the said the 34 yearold New York Herald Tri bune columnist after leaving She had entered the jail 5 for contempt of court after refusing to disclose the source of an item about singer Judy Her sentence came to an end at Her release from jail was marred by the prospect of further contempt action if she continues to withhold the identi ty of her source for the dis puted Miss Garlands at Lionel has said he probably will ask Miss Torre again to name the She said she planned to write of her experiences in but didnt know what form the story would The worst thing was missing the she said of her two Roma 8 and Adam 21 I forgot how they Sec Page 11 Georgia Seeks New Race Laws The past year was the best in the history the First Na tional Bank and 1959 looks bet ter is the opinion expressed by follow ing the annual stockholders and directors meetings Tuesday The stockholders reelected the same board of diiectors who in turn reelected the of adding one new assistant 1059 Looks Good 1958 was the best and the outlook for 1959 is very Sanders and then ana lyzed the outlook from the ag ricultural and oil The banker said that he looks for better income from cotton in the new year than in the past two The outlook from the livestock one of the best sources of may not exceed last but the other crops should be bet ter due to weather and other factors that curtailed produc tion and income in The oil outlook was termed good for Navarro county since drilling is continuing in vari ous The total income for the county for next year loks Turning to the banks the president said that record yearend deposits were seen while the 1958 average was above which reflects See FIRST Page 10 Dimes March Funds Attack New Diseases Toward Greater Victories has been announced as a chal lenging theme of the 1959 March of Dimes campaign by the National Foundation fo Infantile Navarro countys goal is This challenging motto has been now that the bat lie against polio is all but thanks largely to the Salk vac because with this the National Foundation has added two other fields to work of combating birth de fects and two of the greatest cripplers of them Millions Suffer At least 11 million Americans suffer the pain of crippling ar thritis and and an estimated infants are born each year with some sort of Beyond these needs are the continuing demands of polio the expanding re quirements of virus research and the training of professional disease All of these add up to a whop ping needed in 1959 in the United County Goal Of this Navarro Coun ty Polio Chapter has set Its particular challenge to the county to raise in the local phase of the national cam Chapter Chairman Embry See Page 10 LOCAL EDUCATION BOARD BALKS ON FEDERAL FUNDS The school board Tuesday night rejected a recommenda tion of Dana Williams that the school system participate in a program in which it would ac cept federal funds in certain areas of Coming to a vote after length Jy the recommenda tion died from lack of a second of a motion made by Acceptance Urged Williams had strongly recommended participation in the National Defense Act which would supplement local funds Cottony Fog Cuts Traffic In Many Areas By The Associated Press Cottony fop slowed auto trav el and disrupted eir service in parts of the Midwest while colder air streamed own the Atlantic Coast and Plains trafficwas shut off completely at Chicagos two ma jor Midway and OHare Many truck drivers in Chicago suburban areas pulled off to the side of the highways when visibility dropped to less than a half Some subur ban trains ran fiva to 10 min utes Temperatures dipped Into the teens as far south as Gordons following Wednesdays readings in the Maine had a low of 1 degrees and northern Florida cooled to the mid Northwesterly winds spread cooler air from the Northern Plains into the Oklahoma Pan Mild weather prevailed through out most of the Cooler temperatures were on the way for Texans Wednesday with some freezing weather ex SecTWEATHER Page 11 Warns Britons On Thick Smog government health expert warned Britishers with chest ailments that the thick smog covering the country could be This is a real fog and a bad said Andrew Semple of the Ministry of Pollution must be at least ten limes normal and these con ditions can be fatal to chese suf he Semple warned that such pec sons should remain indoors in a warm room and avoid making smoke when rekindling their Smog masks were no safe guard for chest sufferers or older he spent in the suggested aveas of foreign counseling and Had the board voted to partic ipate in the local schools possibly would have helped spend 5877million which has been allocated by Congress for a fouryear The pro gram will be available by June Williams told the Williams expressed a vital need for Improvement of the science program In the school particularly for labora tory facilities and and he felt the access of federal funds would speed up rectifica tion of the Fear Federal Control Most of the criticism express ed in the discussions by board members concerned fear and dislike of federal This action highlighted actlvi See Page 10 Baptists Find Methodists Top Congress List NEW 14 Methodlsia have the biggest representation in the new There are 80 of Roman Catholics run with 79 members of the House and Senate Baptists witn 62 Presbyterians with and Episcopalians a close with The figures were realsed to day by the Southern Baptist after n survey by its Washington office of avail able The report said 79 congress men listed no religious affllia Methodists top the list in both In1 the Baptists are second and Roman Catholics Sec Page 10 Council Votes 280 Times But No Mayor Yet 14 Worcester City Coun cil has cast 280 ballots in the election for a mayor but has not yet reached a The councillors voted 18C times Tuesday night and 100 times previously with no one receiving a The mayor must be elected from the nine Coun cillor Joseph aspir ing to be the first Jewish may or in this city of sever al times received four of the five necessary The deadlock poses no prob lem as Worcester has a city manager with the mayoralty strictly an honorary By BERNARD BRENNER Herman Tal niadge today proposed legislation to abolish federal farm programs and substitute direct government payments to farmers for part of their out Talmadges move kicked off a fight that most observers believed would last into Only For Wool Administraton farm officials are bitterly opposed to direct support payments for farmers although they have approved this type of aid for wool Most Democratic farm leaders apparently feel that while the administrations farm program should be tossed it will not be practical to write a new acrosstheboard program until next Talmadge said in a speech prepared for Senate delivery to accompany introduction of his bill that the plan1 would abolish A NEW Direc all government planting contor Eelgar Hoover wears the trols and price cap and kerchief of a locomo Quotas Proposed tive engineer as he poses in his In place of this The ers would be given quotas covoccasion was his being made erlng their individual shares of an honorary member of Dlvi the domestic market for Uion 170 of the Brotherhood of far Locomotive AP Farmers would grow aa as they wanted to and sell their products for whatever consum ers would The difference between open market prices and 100 per cent of the fair earning power par ity domestic quota sales be paid di rectly to farmer by the See Page 11 Teamsters Open Missile Base Drive f tax Revision ill Readied Seeligsem 14 OAPE un ion organizers sit down with civ ilian missile management offi cials today in a meeting the truckers hoped would lead even tually to an opening for them The expelled from the AFLCIO on charges of cov A taxliupt are seeking to revision bill adding no new represent stock clerks employ levies but changing some to ed by Pan American World raise 22 million new dollars which operates the every two years was being Cape under government polished today by Fratcs clerks now have no Sceligson of San Heralding the opening of the vice chairman of truckers drive at the missile the Texas Tax Study Commistegt about 75 clerks tried said he would the bill the moment the House gatws are opened for submis sion of Tax bills must originate in the a business man and said the bill was actually a brushclearing operation foiCurther tax legisla It basic purpose ig to put into logical and orderly arrange ment various tax laws to make administration more efficient and to facilitate amendment by the Senligson The whose chair man is William Fly of has spent months studying the sources and admin istration of tax laws at all tional meeting But when thoy sat down at a baseball field at nearby Patrick Air Force missile center See Page 10 Porter Hoping To Keep Texas 14 UP Jack Texas national Re publican be lieves the GOP has an excellent chance of carrying Texas next Porter said WaHor head of the Automiblle Work levels of government in crs will pick a Demo HH factual report is expected Cratic candidate who will be to furnish a useful backlog of unpalatable to information to guide the LoglsAs a rosult poitc said the lature in its efforts to work OI4 wU be in a good position for its presidential candidate to Urry PRESS CLUB SESSION TELEVISED Claims Private Spending Vital Economy Factor 14 UPI President Elsenhower expressed confidence today that If Inflation can be the way win be paved for a pos sible tax He said a balanced t budget and a strong America both can be achieved if we keep under control the problem of rlaJng Repeats Theme at a question andanswer session with Nation al Press Club again sounded the economy theme he voiced In his State of the Union message last He was asked if the nation could meet the needs of an ex panding defense and growing population and balance the budget at the same i He declared it could be done if we can keep prices from rising But he said lobbyists and pressure groups are never satisfied with the amounts allotted In the federal budget for tha activities in which they are in Must Control Costs Elsenhower promised that in his budget he was making cer tain that we do not neglect pro grams in which the federal 1 If we can keep under con trol the problem of rising See Page 7 France Begins Negotiations With Algeria France has begun behlndthe scene negotiations for an Alger ian ccaae fire and hopes to win one by a high French official said The backstage if sue would end within a week the four years of bloody fighting which has cost France billions of dollars and thousands of Italian Premier Amintore Fan who arrives here today to see President Charles De has boon actively engaged In the behindthescenes negotia the official The disclosure came hard on the heels of Tuesdays announce ment by the De Gaulle govern ment of sweeping clemency measures for jailed Algerian ex That move also had raised hopes for early Negotiations have been taking place not only through the good offices of such diplomats as Fanfanl but through the media tion of other unidentified per the official Ho snid Tuesdays clemency measures were only one indica tion of the willingness of the See Pago Texas Solons Marking Time The first of an expected series of segregation measures was scheduled for introduction to day in the Georgia House of sponsor of the proposed constitutional said it would pro vide a system of correspondence courses for students from kin dergarten to college in the event statesupported schools should close because of inte gration Fowler said the plan had the backing of Ernest Vandiv who pledged in his inaugur al address Tuesday to fight the tyranny of Integration wherever it raises its The Georgia which convened is ex pected to devote much of its 40day session to legislation aim ed at sidestepping forced in The Federal District Court in Atlanta made the issue more pressing last week by outlaw ing segregation in the states system and on the Atlanta transit And a federal judge has promised to rule early this year In a suit by 10 negroes for admission to Atlanta white More than Atlanta ne groes gathered Tuesday night to plot their course in imple menting the two court William Holmes head of the newly osganfzed Law and Liberation Move ment urged the enthusiastic crowd to teach the white peo ple to be Borders outlined a 14 point plan for accomplishing mixed seating on buses in a peaceful and said 000 Copies of the program had been The city council in voted Tuesday to cut off maintenance and operating funds from grades above the sixth in the public The measure bncomes effective and apparently was passed to block integration in the event the State Supreme Court of Appeals rules out Virginias massive segrega tion The laws were used to close six Norfolk along with three others in the after federal courts ordered they ad mit In an advisory ref last a majority of Norfolk citizens said they preferred the schools remain closed rather than open on an integrated Democrats from Mississippi arid Louisiana met at today to hear a proposal that the South pre sent a solid front at the 1960 National Coleman vice chair man of the Alabama Executive said in a speech prepared for delivery at the meeting that if plans were suc the Southern party wing could control 128 electoral votes at the ACQUITTED ON KISSING 14 romantic couples were acquitted today on charges of kissing in the movies when Judge Roughly Ahaza ruled that a policeman illegitimate ly used a flashlight to catch BUS COMFJJIINT DUE DALLAS Officials said today a complaint against Con tinental Bus System alleging re fusal to bargain with Bus Em ployes Local 1142 will be issued by the National Labor Rela tions A hearing date will be set Works At Filling Station Until Title Legal By PAUL MOOKE Dally Sun Staff Would you work as a filling station attendant if you had found millions in gold 38yearold native of Cherokee attendant at the Doc Allen service station at South Fifteenth street extension and Highway claims he found 86 bars of gold while picking berries east of Cherokee last worth A Sun reporter asked him he was working If he had all that I have to The quietspoken and convinc ing talking East med ium height and not a bfg says he discovered the dug it reburied later retrieved it and Is waiting un til to come out with his treasure and claim it under treasuretrove He declined for some time to agree for the use of his but later gave this reporter am not telling anyone and no pictures he Jones has talked to including a firm at He said he had cached the treasure where no one can get even the Russian government If someone should get me theyll not get the and his wife and seven of his eight reside in One child is married and Jones has a couple of While he has been a truck driver and done other jobs in his native Cherokee county most of his he has been working here three But back to something about the Jones was picking berries when he found the 86 bars last They weighed about 50 pounds each and he had one of them examined and the entire cache weighs about 4300 After becoming convinced ho had a real Jones made arrangements not to take care of the He ap parently followed the advice of his attorneys in the but he did not have any conveyance or truck to haul the find to While being interviewed Tues day night during a lull between customers at the Jones said a pickup truck was bor rowed and that the load of gold caused the backend to sag under the Frank Dallas News staff had been seeking the identity of Jones and his location following a tip from Kast While Jones did not come near revealing where he found the he said it was in a place east of Cherokee and not in Smith coun Reports from Tyler are that See 10 14 UP Texas legislators marked time today with necessary organization pro cedures before jumping Into the moneyseeking 56th regular ses The Senate met 4 12 minutes and recessed until Thursday conducting no busi The house got underway with the appointment of temporary committees on contingent and Speaker Waggoner who won reelection Tuesday in a close race with Joe Burk also announced committees in preparation for inauguration ceremonies next A Senate resolution with House approval would set the official closing time ol this reg ular session at 6 May 12 was sent to the temporaryHouae Committee on Rules for The committee also got another sine die Introduced by John of which would set the clos ing time for 12 May The house recessed until 2 ZoIIIe Steakley was reappoint cd today by Price Dan iel as secretary of The lurm runs concurrently with that of the governor who will be sworn In Steak Icy has been aecrotary of state throughout Daniels first Steakley practiced law in Sweetwatcr and Austin and was an assistant attorney general from 1930 to Later today groups from both houses were1 expected to begin studying the immediate problem of how to pay for the session now deficit spend ing or transfer of money from other Daniel haa suggested that the 2 million dollars plus needed to pay for the Legisla tures regular session be obtain ed by tapping unused balances in the State Disabled Assistance Motor Vehicle Inspection or Truck Operators and Chauffeurs License Tho House spent most of Its opening day In the reelection of Waggoner Carr of Lub hock OH a 7971 defeat for Joe Burkett of Kerr The House then adjourn ed until U today when officers and employes were nam ed to complete the House organ The Senate adjourned until n today after picking Georgo Purkhouse of Dal las as president pro tempers and passing1 a resolution which would finally adjourn the 56th Legislatures regular session on May When notice of the Senates passing the sine die resolution was read In the which must approve the resolution be fore it Is there was a round of applause from many Carr pleaded with House mem bers to put the bitter campaign for Speaker In the We all know there is a tre mendous job to be done for Texas by the 5Cth Legislature and to this House will fall a lions share of the burden of finding solutions to our fiscal problems and the many others facing the greatest state in the Carr Carr said he hoped to an nounce the Important list of House committees the first of next Bon Ramsey haa indicated he will not name Sen ate committees until some next See Page 11 I L Vi11 t r 1 h 1 1 IL   

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