Corsicana Daily Sun, February 5, 1959

Corsicana Daily Sun

February 05, 1959

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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - February 5, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHER LOCAL to partly loudy through Friday colder this after noon and tonight with low tonight near Thermometer Readings 8 9 I 10 I 11 i 12 I 1 I 42 47 52 48 47 47 48 Complete Weather Report on Market jjJHomeofthe DailySunandSemiWeekly Moinina LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW changes corporates distant months CHICAGO Wheat ex late er with to 50 cents lower top steers steady to strong top 208 1959 SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENTS Congress Handed 7Point Civil Rights Program ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Khrushchev Invites Eisenhower To Moscow CHIDES FOR FAILURE TO ASK HIM Charges Dulles Still Pursuing Blood Policy 6 Soviet Premier Nikita Khru Bhchev today invited President Eisenhower to Moscow as a step toward bringing the two nations together and ending the threat of nuclear Khrushchev extended the in vitation in a speech in which he also denounced Eisenhower and the administration for ignoring the thaw in the East West cold he was the policy of dealers n Tour Would Help He said the tour of the United States by Soviet Deputy Premier Anastas Mikoyan in particular helped along this and added Should the President decide to come to our country he would be met with sincere hospitality by our government and the Sov tet A visit of this kind would undoubtedly be useful to both countries and would meet with the approval of the peoples the and the Soviet Un Khrushchev said in the speech before the 21st congress of the Soviet Communist Can Pick Areas Let the President take the See Page 7 HacmillanTo Visit Moscow Late In Month 5 Minister Harold Macmillan had accepted an invitation to visit the Soviet Union beginning Macmillan will be accompa nied by Foreign Secretary Sel wyn Lloyd and will stay up to 10 Moscow radio broadcast ac ceptance of the invitation simul taneous with an official an nouncement in The announcements came only minutes after the depar ture from the British capital of Secretary of State John Foster Dulles for Paris after two days of talks with Macmillan and other British leaders on West ern policy including West Ber lins future and German unifi Dulles met Macmillan at noon after an hourlong session with It was the concluding round In a series of talks on interna tional issues that Dulles had held in London since he flew in from Washington Wednes Dulles has scheduled further discussions on the German questions with French He will fly to Bonn at the end of the week for conferences with West German Chancellor See Page 8 SEC Charges National Brokerage Firm With Fraud KIDNAPED Joyce and Charles hold hands In police headquarters at Kansas City after they were abducted in Louis anddriven to Kansas Police took into custody two 16yeaToiayouths and said one ofthemwas holdingthe gunpoint when AP Wirephoto Drop In Cotton Prices Forecast nations cotton markets face the prospect of having to adjust to a 10 to 12 per cent reduction in prices in the months ahead under influence of a new government This sharp downturn could have farreaching repercussions in textile and other cottonus ing industries as well as on ex port It could bring modest reductions in retail prices of cotton it will require the government itself to slash prices on current surplus This reduction may well reduce the value of these stocks upwards of 40 million or about a As in the past when surplus es the governments price support program wiil largely determine domestic market influence world Under an act of Congress last the Agriculture Depart ment has put into operation this year a program designed help cotton compete more favorably with synthetic fibers See Page 8 County Cotton Crop Is Larger Navarro countys 1958 cotton crop exceeds that of tha prev ious year by the slim margin of 466 bales according to the report through January 15 as announced by the Depart ment of Bureau of the from Ellis and Hill counties showed increases while Limestone and Freestone counties decreased from the previous Hender son the other neighbor ing does not produce suffi cient cotton to be listed sep arately and is included under the government designation of all Following are the Navarro and adjoining counties ginning fig ures with the first listed being the 1958 figure and the second the 1957 report Ellis 828 Freestone No Objections To Highway ByPass By CLYDE MURRAY Dally Sun Staff An important step in thej proposed construction of Inter state Highway 45s Corsicana bypass was taken Thursday morning as representatives of the Texas Highway Department conducted a public hearing at the First National bank build Balloon Drops Gondola Just West Of County A plastic balloon miles and miles high over Corsicana at tracted attention late Wednes day afternoon and was identi fled as one that had been launched at Texas The balloon hac dropped instruments weighing 462 pounds in the vicinity o 30 miles west of Cor which were recoveret according to the United Press The balloon over Corsicana bobbed up and down and wa visible for more than a even after the sun and gon down the rays were seen against the bright object fo some The gondola dropped ove according to thi United Press International dis patch Thursday para chuted safely to the ground from an altitude of feet approximately 21 The in struments are being tested for several universities and the ex periment was sponsored by the University of Iowa and the of fice of Naval The sixfoot cylindrical gon doia was stuffed with radiation See Page 7 Deny Polaris Ranne Reduced SAN UPI A Lockheed officia has denied that the range of the submarinelaunched Polaris mis sile will be lowered from miles to miles or Willis chief of Lockheed missile systems engi neering said yesterday that the Polaris will have the range it was originally expect ed to Defense Secretary Nell H McElroy had testified before a congressional committee investi gating the nations defense set up that the Polaris range was being lowered to miles and production speeded up to meet a 1960 Transport Deliberately Shot Down 5 The United States today pub licly confronted Russia with evidence that Soviet j e t shot down an unarmed transport plane last September in a warlike possibly 17 American were The evidence was a graphic tape recording of radio conver sations between the Soviet fighter A transcript of this record Ing was attached to an eight page issued by the State of its efforts to pry information about the incident out of the Soviet The C130 transport dis appeared 2 on a flight along the TurkeyArmenia bor Ten days later the Soviets re ported it had crashed in Ar The bodies of six of the 17 Americans who were in the plane were returned to Under persistent Soviet officials insisted they knew nothing about the 11 other Ase summary disclosed that President Richard Nixi on and Secretary of State John Foster Dulles had pressed So viet Premier Anastas on his recent visit for information about the missing It said Mikoyan denied that the plane had been shot asserting it had The departments document also disclosed that Under secretary of State Robert Mur phy tried to play the recording of the Soviet airmens conversa tion for Soviet Ambassador Mik hail Menshikov re fused to it and Mur phy then gave him a transcript of the For the first in todays the Unit ed States accused the Soviet Union of shooting down the the United States has said only that the plane burned and crashed in Soviet Armenia aft er being Intercepted by So viet The record of the Soviet air mens radio contact was filed with technical chitchat about altitudes and But the key portions dwelt on the at They went like this I see the to the I see the a large one I am I see the target attack I am I am attacking the attack The target is a I am attacking the The target is Theres a The target is The target is Open are you attacking The target is The tail assembly is falling off the Look Look at he will not get lie Is already he is I will fin ish him I will finish him off on the The target has lost it is going The target is Form go After my third the tar get started lets form Lets The State Departments sum mary did not say how the rec ording was Offer Photographs In addition to the recording there was attachec to the summary a photographic copy of two illustrated articles published in the Soviet air force Soviet B and The first article was entitled Great skill Port one The tar get is The second was called Great skill Part two A swift In both the detection and attapk were written about as if they were There was no identlcation the pilots actually had shot down a real The State Department docu ments disclosed that Murphy read part of the attack article o Ambassador Menshikov last the same day Menshi kov refused to listen to the re After Murphy finished read See fRANSPORTTPaie 10 Fortysix persons turned out for the hearing surprising ly thero were no voiced objections to the recommenda tions of the highway depart Also taken up at the meet ing were a business route through Corsicana and three proposed farmtomarket roads in the senior resident engineer for Navarro who conducted the said the state would start acquire ment of the rightofway for the bypass as soon as the trans See Page 10 Change School rustee Place Filing Deadline Terms of soveral Navarro county school trustees are draw ing to a close and the deadline for filing is only a month Elections will be held Satur April but new state law effective this year gives candidates a chance to file 30 days prior to the Un der the old law they had to file 60 days The election for the Corsica na Independent School District will be officially called at the next but this is only a formality since state law provides the election be held the first Satur day in The terms of three members Paul Mitch ell and Robert Mcmbrcs are elected for three year Daivson is president of the Hold overs will be Tom William Robinson and Maco Three positions in the seven Sce Page 7 FREAK MISHAPS FATAL DALLAS Freak traf fic accidents two hours apart killed two persons last Clarence was crushed by another car while pushing his gasempty auto on South Central Theresa Main of Fort Worth was killed as her car slid sideways into a concrete 5 UPI The Securities Exchange Com mission today accused Reyno and of New a nation wide brokerage of fraud in the sale of securities and mismanagement of customers The SEC said Reynolds throught the lack of super vision and internal per mitted its branch offices in Chi cago and San Berk Oakland and Carmel to engage in unlawful The broker age firm of CloekTindoll also was charged with fraud and deceit in connection with the Reynolds The SEC announcement cul minated two years investiga tion and interrogation by the agencys Washington and re gional A hearing will begin in San Francisco next Tuesday before an SEC to give Rey nolds and CleekTindell a chance to answer the SEC The examiners eventually will recommend whether the SEC should revoke the brokerdealer registrations of the two and whether they should be suspended from membership In the National Association of Se curities andor from membership in stock exchanges which they are See Page 8 Farmers Share Of FoodDollar Again Lowered 5 Farmers had new evidence to day that the prices they receiv ed have not been responsible for recent increases in retail food An Agriculture Department report showed retail food prices went up 3 per cent during the last quarter of But the farmers share of the consumer food dollar dropped from 40 to 39 Tho peak farm share was 53 cents iri What the report was this Marketing mar gins In other increased costs distributing and selling food more than offset a decline in the farm These margins wore said to have gone up 5 per c nt last The report said the spread be tween farm and retail prices for all groups ot food went up last Reds Release Five Americans Drivers Claim Truck Stoppage Incident Rigged West Ger four truck American convoy en route to West Berlin passed unhinder ed today checkpoint through where a Soviol Russian guards detained another military convoy for 56 hours this The incident Indicated the Soviet guards apparently were interested only in Allied vehi cles traveling from West Berlin to West The east bound trucks carried crated but the Soviets made no attempt to inspect The convoy arrived safely In West Berlin following a rou tine trip across the 110mile highway connecting the cit with West The American truck drivers held at the checkpoint from Monday until Wednesday night were carrying jeeps West They Russians tried to Inspect aliWVostffli Mil itary vehicles en route to West They told newsmen at a pre dawn press conference here See Page 7 Early Morning Blaze Destroys Allen Station The Doc Allen Humble Service station on South Highway 75 at the south Fifteenth street exten sion was destroyed by fire of undetermined origin Thursday about 1 The station owner estimated his loss at between and and said he was partially covered by Allen had arrived at no decision on wheth er he would attempt to rebuild as it was too soon to formulate any Right now I nm just stand Percentage increases rangjng Qn fche looklng at lt ert from 3 per cent for the he arid eggs to 7 per cent for mcalj pire Cnie Charley Tieman Marketing margins shortly before noon after for beef and pork were said to have climbed to a record high IULLKD FBOM unidentified man Is helped as he comes ashore from the tugboat Thomas after he was escued from the East He was one of the passengers aboard an American Airlines fourongined plane that crashed in he river while attempting a landing at New Yorks La Guardia AP Wirephoto I conferring with Allen that neith er of them had been able to figure out how the fire Allen told the fire chief he was awakened about 1 by a young man who Informed him the station was on The blaze was believed to have start ed in the rear as it was com pletely in flames when Allen ar rived from his nearby There was little firemen could do as the scene is outside the See Page 7 Germany 5 American soldiers held by the East Ger man Communists were released Army in Europe head quarters announced the men were turned over to American officials near Their release was arranged by the American and East German Red Cross an Ar my spokesman The men released included Richard Spl4 Kenneth San Elwyn Hill and James Balti The fifth was believed to be Melvln of the 6th Infantry Unit in Release of the Americans was negotiated by Robert See Page S Grand Jury Is Given Results Of GM Probe A todqrtj grand jury in rf York is now hearing the results of an extended Justice Depart ment inquiry into affairs of General Motors the de partment said A responding to declined to pinpoint the direction action may He denied that the grand jury study signifies that decisions on that point have been The spokesman said the grand jury is getting evidence that has been obtained by the Anti trust Division in the course of an investigation that has been under way for some The grand jury phase recall ed frequent expressions of con cern by Justice Department of ficials in recent years over pos sible undue concentration in the automobile manufacturing The latest such expres sion came General called the Sec GM Page 8 Police Guard Debris Of Fire NEW police guard has been thrown around the House of Diamonds jewelry where maybe a million dollars worth of gems are lying in the debris after a The smoky blaze broke out Wednesday in the twostory building at the corner of Canal and the An esti mated 10 million dollars worth of diamonds were in the struc GOES BEYOND PROPOSALS OF JOHNSON Injunctions And Suits Omitted By President 5 President Elsenhower isked Congress today In a mpoint civil rights program for stronger federal power to pun ish anyone using threats of vio lence to obstruct courtordered school Ills designed to make equal protection of laws reality for also would authorize temporary aid to states and localities cooperat Ingin carrying out school in Tough On Bombings And It would allow the eral Bureau of Investigation FBI to crack down harder In school and church bombing In urging that school integ ration obstruction be made specific federal Eiseni hower said There have been instances where extremists attempted by mob violence other concerted threats of vloi lence to obstruct the accom plishment of tho objectives In school Ignores Violence He did not mention of violence at such places Little or but said present provia ions for punishing obstruction and contempt arent strong i His contained Jn jspeclaT to Congresi Sid riot include controversial proposals to give the Justice See CIVIL Papa 1 IkeSecref1 Meets About Program Fob 6 White re sponding to disclosed today that President Elsenhow er had been conferring secretly with House Speaker Sam Ray burn and Democratic Sonata Leader Lyndon Johnson to lush administration legislation n Eisenhower said at his news conference Wednesday In Wash ington that he had talked with congressional leaders of both mrtles on the need for holding ederal expeditures In line with Press Secre ary James Hagerty supplied the first time confirmation that these tnlks had included irlvatc meetings with the two Democratic Hagerty said there had been at two meetings between Rayburn and Johnson since the first of the Ho first gave the num of meetings as said that as far as he cnew Rayburn and Johnson vero present at both The press secretary said that obviously thereason for such See EISEN Page 7 Crash Raises Many If sues NEW 5 today pinned hopes on two surviving crew members for an answer to why a blif new airliner crashed near La Guardia killing 65 of the 73 But both the the copiiot and the flight lie critically Injured and cannot be The pilot was One big question to be answ ered was whether the lack of a radio beam for altitude guid ance of the plane had any hear ing on the Tho American Airlines coming In from the northeast through an overcast after a nonstop flight from had the aid of a radio beam which lined its approach with he runway designated for the An altitude which tells planes whether they are ap Broaching too high or too low in use on the same runway for those landing from Wind determines anding The altitude beam has been n use for the southwest ap proach because it Is over a pop ulated The northeast ap proach Is over the East The airliner coming In at mid night Tuesday smashed Into the river and broke up about half a mile from tho end of the run The La Guardia control tower said the plane had given no in dication of trouble before the Twentytwo bodies have been Search was resumed today for 43 including that of Die Of the 6 who lost their 50 were men and 12 were wom Three were Six of the eight survivors are in critical The Frank Hlava of suf fered a broken pelvis and breaks of both as well as internal The flight Warren of re ceived numerous injuries which were not listed in by the Operations also were contln ued today for the salvage of ad ditional portions of the wreck ed lying in about 30 to 35 feet of Some sections were brough up Others were tound Numerous are In specting thev answers to many questions raised by tho Some of the questions Was there a mechanical fail ure in the one of six fourengine giant Elec tras put into service by Amerl can just 11 days before The pilot gave no Indication of trou Did the Albert Do of a veteran of 30 and en million miles with come In too low Was it a pos sible failure of altimeter Instru ments Do Witt was killed In the Was De Witts age a factor He was due to be retired next May when he would had reach ed he had passed his physical with flying Was he the victim of a sen sory illusion often experienced by pilots coming over water In the causing them to think they are higher than they are another airliner report Bee Page 8 L ;