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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - January 27, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL cloudy and cold this afternoon and tonight with low near 30 partly cloudy and not so cold Wed Thermometer Readings 8 9 I 10 11 12 2 37 35 I 35 38 39 40 I 41 Complete Weather Report on Market Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Morning LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONALAP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW selected Issues in corporates in Cotton trade CHICAGO late rally in new crop er moderate with top Cattle Slaughter steers steady to strong for and others 200 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS jutuY FOR Stale Circuit Judge George Wallace enters Federal court at where he faced charges of contempt of He was accompanied by his He was dissatisfied when the charge was dismissed because he wanted a showdown over slate and federal AP Wire 4 Governor Attacks Gasoline Tax Hike 27 UP Price Daniel said today if the federal government will apply all present highway user taxes to the highway program there will be no need for additional funds through an increase in the federal gasoline The governor spoke to direc of Texas Good Roads and urged their support in He called ers proposed increase one of the greatest blows ever inflict upon state It must be is thoroughly inconsistent for the President to advocate the return of responsibilities Cigars Make Senators Retain Rule 27 IP issue was a burning one but throats stayed cool in the clear chambers of the Washing ton State When the arguments were the air was still Smoking senators had won on a voice vote to retain a regula tion against An opponent said of the rule Its only purpose is to provide a modicum of We are entitled to a little said a backer of the And it rovldes cigars when someone That cleared away the smoke around the seemingly strange position taken by smoking sen Smokers wail patiently until a fellow senator or a member of the press lights Then one of them points out the rule The guilty party has to buy a box of cigars lo be passed around the Soviets Launch Economic Offensive ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Heatly To Head Appropriations Unit and resources to the states anc then turn around and try to further preempt this the mos important of all sources of state Daniel He said if Elsenhowers 112 cent tax Is added on Texas will send 380 million dollars in highways user taxes to Washington and will get back only 167 million The pays 90 per cent of the cost of the in terstate highway Daniel said over a billion dollars In highway user tax es is now being diverted to other purposes each Twentyeight governors have agreed to join In a last ditch fight against this federal pro All of them say that either now or in the near fu ture their states will need addi tional gasoline taxes to spend at he Daniel said in road use taxes in 1958 did not go to the highway trust fund See Page 3 Judge Regrets Book Small In DW1 Trial LOS 27 UPI Municipal Judge Thomas Griffith regret ted Monday that he did not have a bigger hook to throw at Esequlol Est for drunk The judge made the state ment after sentencing Estrada to jail for a year for mis demeanor drunk driving and fining the driver be paid off at for poch day In jail If Estrada doesnt have the Griffith noted that Estrada had seven prior drunk driving had had ills license had already served two 0month sentences for drunk driving and had three previous arrests for being drunk In an CARR PICKS COMMITTEES CHAIRMEN Legislature Now Expected To Begin Sessions Work 27 er Waggoner Carr named Heatly of Paducah today as chairman of the powerful House Appropriations Commit Heatly and William Fly of Victoria named chair man of the Senate Finance Com mittee probably will yield more power in the Legis lature than any other two legis Other Selections Carr selected Ram sey of Beckville as chairman of the House Revenue and Taxa tion which will have the first say on any tax bill de bated by this moneyconscious Cory of Victoria was appointed head of the House State Affairs Committee and Max San chairman of the House Appro priations Committee in several previous was made vice Can Begin Work The naming of house com mittees was expected to clear the way for the impatient iegis lators to finally get down to the sessions prime target of find See Page 2 Stranger Kills Nan At Threatens Trio 27 was shot to death early today by a man who ap parently was a total said he and another man and girl were forced to ride around the streets ofthis West Texas oil city more than hour before and after the He said the killer was a stranger to him and to Pitt man and the Police arrested a identi fied by the three as the gun No charges were filed al DeRamos said the killer join ed Pittman and the others at a lounge Monday night and thai mild argument arose aboul When the lounge De Ramos said the Pitt man and the other three go1 into his car and that he was taking them He sale Pitlman and the gunman were on the back seat and that five or six blocks from the he heard a noise that sounded like a DeRamos said he looked back See Page 2 NO PROGRESS HEBE British reporter relraced the route of the worlds first public steam railway here and found it now takes 31 min utes for the 11mile trip instead of the 30 minutes first clocked n Dulles Warns Russians Seek Advantages Army Insists Draft Is Necessary By TOM NELSON 27 Army told Congress today It could not maintain a strength of men without a fouryear extension of the The Marines and Air Force do not use But they told the House Armed Ser vices Committee they need the draft law as a stimulus for vol The committee heard from Maxwell Army hief of Staff Randolph Commandant of the Marine Corps Curtis E Le Air Force Vice Chief of and James Rus Vice Chief of Naval Opera Taylor said that since 1948 the Selective Service System has pro vided the Army with more than He noted that the current plan is for an army of in June Taylor said it is diffi cult to predict how big an army could be supported without a draft but he is convinced it is impossible to support the Army required without Selective Serv Pate said that without a enlistments in the Marine Corps sixmonths training program probably would drop to the See Page 2 Mes Net tie GOP Leaders 27 UPI Republican congres sional leaders said today that Eisenhower will sub mit to Congress an overall labor legislation program calling for some amendments to the TaftHartley law and curbs on racketeering in They also said after their weekly White House conference that the President concurred in their feeling that the time had come to blow the whistle on Democratic Leader Lyn don Johnsons predictions that Eisenhower planned fre quent use of the veto in this session of The leaders said the Presi dent has no Intention of threat ening in advance to use his con stitutional veto They said he would pass on legislation only after comprehensive study See Page 2 The Chamber of Commerce municipal water committee Tuesday went on record recom mending the city take immediate steps to employ a fiscal agent and consulting engineers to pre pare necessary data leading to 2orsicanas making contract for its share of the construction costs of the Navarro Mills dam Action Timely Chairman Embry Ferguson said he no outstanding news o convey to the but le deemed it timely that the committee begin drafting some kind of a timetable it could rec ommend to the city government on taking the necessary action assure the Army Engineers hat Corsicajia wants Navarro Mills and will take necessary ac Stamp Burglars Repeat Strike UP Trading stamp burglars struck again early They got green worth in from store on the North Only the stamps were Over the weekend burglars took a million worth 000 in and 20 cases of liquor from South a store on the Storm Belt Glazing Wide Section By United Press International A storm belt girdling the na tions midsection glazed high ways with freezing snow and sleet from the Southern Plains to the Mid the precipitation pro duced no further flood threats to Ohio and Pennsylvania where swollen rivers continued to Flood refugees were returning to their waterdamaged homes and states of emergency were lifted in most stricken commu The treacherous ice storm broke out Monday night In a band stretching from Kansas and Oklahoma across Northern Ar kansas and Missouri and into the Ohio valley and the midAt lantic Up to an inch of snow and sleet coaled roads during the night in a 17county seclion of Soulhern Illinois and state po lice reported highways very icy and Two to three inches of snow blankeled the Oklahoma Pan handle and freezing rain glazed roads in the central and south central portions of Ihe A carlruck crash blamed on ice killed two persons late Monday on Okla homas Turner A wave of cold air pushed in lo Ihe northern Ihird of Ihe country under clearing Temperatures along the leading edge of the cold air mass skid ded 10 to 20 degrees from North Central Texas northeastward to the Ohio River and southeast ern A United Press Internallonal count showed 128 deaths blam ed on weatherconnected traffic tornadoes and floods since the outbreak of winters worst storms a week There were 19 deaths in both Ohio and 14 in Mich 13 in 10 in bolh Indiana and New 8 in 5 each in Ken Kansas and 4 in 3 in 2 each in New Rhode Tex as and Washington and 1 in North the Chicago Tran sit Authorily put in an emergen cy order additional tons of salt to augment its supply which has dwindled to only 500 tons due to recent heavy snow Transit officials said they started out with a supply of tons in The Milwaukee Sanitalion De partment reported it has spent more than half of its allotment for snow removal so far this The allotment is supposed to last all Mil waukee has had 20 inches of snow In the past In the a Pennsylvania mine inspector said it would be several days before large scale pumping operations could be gin at where 12 miners were trapped under ground by Susquehanna River Andrew Ihe said uuperstruclures will have to be removed from the top of the shafvs before the large pumping equipment can be lowered Into the In the small portable pumps were press ed into but made litlie In Ihe Ohio River crest ed Monday at 57 five feet above flood A few fami lies were evacuated from low lying but the river caused no serious Residents of hardhit Chilli cothe began returning to their homes to begin mopup opera At only a few blocks reamlned under water and workers began the huge task of clearing tons of ice from frozen Five regional meetings were scheduled for Tuesday after noon at Cincinnato to help flood slricken resldenls and business qualify for federal disasler aid Damage in the floods was esti maled at more than 100 million Rainfall continued in the northwest which also was mop ping up from floodwaters which hit eastern and western Wash causing the death of al least one Forecasters warned Ihe mix lure of freezing snow and sleet will continue Tuesday from Oklahoma and Arkansas inlo Ihe Ohio wilh occasional rain or showers expected in most ol the Gulf Snow flurries were seen foil the Great Lakes area and occa sional rain was predicted along the Pacific Coast from northern California to with rain extending Inland through most of Idaho and CC WATER PANEL URGES NAVARRO MILLS CONTRACT tion to handle its part of the fi It was pointed out to the panel by Manager Dick Knight that the Corps of Engineers must have a contract in the immediate future saying Corsicana will pay its but tha method of payment can be determined if construction is to begin during the fiscal Data Necessary It was therefore deemed neces sary that certain data be gath as a basis for drafting a contract suitable to the the Army Engineers and the Trin ity River Authority which is the legal entity through which Cor sicana deals with the Corsicana will have to put up 25 per cent of the dams estimated at plus the February Bids Due Elevator For Courthouse The first elevator for the Na varro county courthouse became closer to a reality Monday after noon when the commissioners court voted to advertise for bids for the elevator and installation and for preliminary construc ion The court set 16 as the date bids will be Bids will be advertised ounty Judge Kenneth Douglas This action was taken in a special during which he court conferred with Robert todden of a representa tive of Otis Elevator A con ference wns recently held with representatives of HunterHayes Elevator Judge Douglas said the spe cial meeting was called so con struction can start as soon as The bids will Include both hy draulic and electric See 2 December Oil Imports High Interior Depart ment said today crude oil im ports in December were barrels daily above the nation wide allocation set by the vol untary oil Import Imports for the month totaled barrels Alloca tions were barrels For the 12 months ended Dec the department said crude imports throughout the nation totalled barrels barrels below the npprov ed average allocation for the The department said chief violators of oil import quotas during December were Bay Re fining Delta Refining Eastern States Petroleum and Chemical Ingram Oil and Refining Northwestern Re fining and Southwestern Oil and Refining land clause to enhancement assure con struction of the dam of a size to provide the feet of water which the city has applied See Page 2 Port Arthur Gulf Refinery Near Shutdown PORT 27 shutdown of the sprawling Gulf Oil refinery was started here Monday after contract negotiations between the company anc the union were broken The plant employs nearly Picket lines will go up at all gales at 3 union officials Necessary employes will remain on their Jobs to assure bringing the big plant to an orderly Officials of the Chemical and Atomic Workers which represents approximately of the said the company had turned down its last offer to continue in effect for one year the present con tract plus a 5 per cent wage In crease along lines of that agreed to by the Magnolia Petroleum See Page 2 Steel Merger Plans Dropped NEW 27 fP Bethlehem Steel and the Youngslown Sheet and Tube announced today that their plans to merge had been termi The government has oppos ed the proposed merger since it was first announced in 1954 and later obtained a Federal District Court Injunction against Counsel the com panies that an appeal could not be finally disposed of before In view of the desire of both companies to avoid con tinued they and lo permit individual plan ning for the Ihey have lerminated the merger agree Higher Budget For State Home Being Sought The budget for operating the Corsicana State Home in 1959 60 probably will be larger than the current Business Man ager Irwiri indicated Tues He said that the legislative budget board has recommended a budget of for operat ing expenses of the The Homo currently is operat ing under a budget of for the period ending August In our budget requests last we asked for Ir win This included raises for Home but not for the Home superintend ent nor the business Governor Daniel recently rec ommended a budget of a figure which does not include the raises that were he went We usually end up setting a sum that falls some where between the governors figure and the legislative budget boards The matter of raises may riot finally Irwin said that the Texas Employment Commission has finished making job study all state and has made its recommendations to leg From Its up to the Irwin wont on to explain that the job classification study is 27 UPI Secretary of State John Foster Dulles said today It would be timely to have a big four foreign ministers con ference sometime this spring on European and German prob including At the same Dulles warned that Russia is trying hard to delude Ihe Uniled States into thinking it wants to end the cold he the Soviet Is seeking military and political As for a big four foreign ministers he told his news there is al ways a possibility of persuading the Communisls into making agreements which do not give undue advantages or disad vantages to either Dulles cited the Korean armis the Austrian peace treaty and last years SovietAmerican agreement on cultural exchanges as evidences of worthwhile agreements that have been reached between the East and Dulles said the worth of a big four foreign ministers meet ing would depend on whether the Russians are willing to dls Sce Page 2 Talmadge Oilers Amendment To Define Rights 27 UPI Southern senatqrs to proposed a constitutional amendment to resolve the schoql integration crisisby as suring states and their sub divisions full control over pub lic The introduced by Herman Talmadge D designed lo eliminate glaring In with seven Dixie equities in pay for identical appeared to be the ongrange answer to all olher 1959 civil rights Talmadge said such a constl change is needed to avert the unparalleled catas trophe of widespread school closings certain to follow south ern resistance to the Supreme Courts integration His amendment would vest administrative control of any public public cducu See Page 2 Efficiency Is Needed Quickly jobs at different on a See Page 2 Teenagers Play CatcV With Nitroglycerin just walked throwing the tube back and catching tis we said Ken It said was police and asked where they found found The boys led officers to an abandoned bulletpocked auto mobile in a sncluded pine for Vines and leaves covered the 1937 an car In Its expensive Rogers 16 and Stevn told police they spied six cylinders packed in heavy cardboard Inside the They tore apart one of the cylinders lo gel Ihe tube We didnt know what the heck It Hall They playing catch took with It on the way Their parents advised them to show to Armslrong said Ihe lubes conlained a gela tin form of dynamite with a nitroglycerin It was Armstrong to blow apart a good sizes house withoul any A heavy jar could have set It New York Woman Steals Child Alter Find Kidnaped Baby Well NEW 27 Dorallza Tavarez was taken to Monthold John thelthe Ortiz apartment weep second baby kidnaped here with idenlifled her baby was recovered alive and well early loclay in the aparl menl of a Puerto Rlcan The infant was ill when abducl ed on Police said Ascension admitted taking the child from its home because she had a miscarriage 10 days She and her a plas llc have three children ranging from 6 to It was because I lost my own Ortiz lold I had to make it up to my hus At first she denied stealing the Tavarez and claimed the one in the threeroom basemenl apartment was her Her would be charged with kid husband was so convinced her trulhfulness at first thai he Hundreds of police and FBI supporled agenls ran down scores of worth from a mark on his The 31yearold Tava rez also idenlified Ortiz as the Gladys Garcia with whom Ihe child had been left while Tavarez went apartment The baby was gone when Tavarez returned The two women had struck up nn acquaintance at a hospital the day before Tavarez took her baby there for treat ment of a persistent Tavarez new friend suggested a location where the mother might find larger Police said a chub by woman with auburnstreaked less tips In an effort to locate the kidnaped Police crediled solulion of the case lo a lip received on a spe cial lelephone line for public calls aboul the case and the aid of the Spanish language newspa per El The same type of Up on an olher special phone line had led lo the finding earlier in the month of Lisa Rose The baby was located nine days after being stolen from a Brook lyn hospital nursery 2 12 hours after Footprints Check Chief of Detectives James Leggett said a check of foot prints positively Idenlified Ihe Tavarez Leggett gave this account of the solution of the case Last Salurday we received a See PageT 27 Mon Speaker Waggoner Carr urged Ihe House to adopt a more efficient system of drafting and checking bills to avoid costly and embarrassing Legislature had to recall Us expensepaying bill from Ihe governors Reason To correct a typo raphical error In a Senate SAY MISSILE OUTPUT NOW MASSIVE Khrushchev Is Certain Russia Can Best West By HENRY SHAPIRO 27 Premier Nikita Khrushchev launched the Soviet Union to day on an economic offensive designed to overtake the United States before He aimed at a victory of Com munism over capitalism by in dustrial might But he also disclosed the Soviet Union la militarily strong with massive serial production of interconti nental ballistic missiles under He did not explain what he meant by the Boasts On Rockets Khrushchev declared that the Soviet success in launching the1 cosmic rocket proved the USSR can launch rockets accurately to any point on But the main point of Khrush chevs major address to the 21st Congress of the Soviet Commu nist party was a direct challenge for a peaceful economic battle between East and which v he seemed certain the camp would With military forces of both See Page 3 Doubtful Reds WillingToDrop Warsaw Pad 27 ports of a mounting Soviat rocket buildup In the today dispelled hope the Soviets ever would agree to disband the Warsaw formed to coun ter the western NATO Western diplomats saw a further hint of this in dropped by Soviet Deputy Pre mier Anastas Mikoyan during his stopover In Copenhagen a few days ago on his return journey from the United He was quoted as saying the abolition of the NATO and War saw pacts might now be im possible although ha added that ihis remained a desirable In the past Moscow frequent1 ly has offered to disband thft Warsaw pact If the West would disband Diplomats saw in Mikoyjns remark a reflec tion of Moscows fading Interest in abolition of the Warsaw pact On top of reports reach ing here from East Europe said Russia was speeding up the buildup of missile bases behind the Iron Launching sites for Interme diate range ballistic missiles with ranges of miles and over were said to bo under con struction or Hearing completion n Bulgaria and two of Russias staunchest TKARFUL believed murder ed since his disappearance last breaks into tears after reunion with his at the Miami Harrison turned up in an apparent victim of re his memory A California convict had confessed killing AP Wirephoto   

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