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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - February 9, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Mostly cloudy and mild through Tuesday with scattered showers and Thermometer Headings 8 9 I 10 I 11 i 12 I II 68 69 69 72 73 74 75 Complete Weather Report en Market Sun and SemiWeekly Morning I LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW 9 general range very trade profit CHICAGO exports and mixed light higher scattered de steady top steers steady to 50 cents lower top AP TELEMATS 211 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Dulles Soys West Agreed On CounterBlockade ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ftftftftftftftftft ftftftftftftftftft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft University Head Urges BroadBased Taxing BALLOON start inflating a million and a half cubic foot balloon at getting it ready for one of a series of high altitude A group of scientist is sending the unmanned balloons up for a check on the uppe One was visible several minutes in Corsicana area Production Of Oil Lower In County Production of oil from Na varro county fields in 1958 dropped Below the 2million barrel mark for the first time In several official fig ures The countys producing now consolidated into eight W separate totaled barrels last compared to the 1957 total of bar These are the official fig released recently by the Texas Railroad Commissions oil and gas Two of the countys fields shows increases over 1957 pro but the other six re corded drops ranging from very little to more than bar The Corsicana Shallow due mostly to consolidation of other smaller fields within its showed an increase in even though pro duction from most of its shal low wells in The relatively new Nesbett Woodbine field also showed an Biggest drop was in the pro duction from the South Ker ens which was off more than barrels from the 1957 production See COUNTY Page 11 RE A Hits Back At Demand for Interest Hike 9 UPI David th governments rural electrifica tion warned electric co ops today that the public even ually would demand that the pay more interest on the mone they borrow from the govern Eisenhower administration ha called for an increase in th 2 per cent interest rate the cc ops Hamil termed this in terest a bargain basemen As pressures on the budge he taxpayer may ask all beneficiaries o federal credit programs t stand on their own feet if the possibly He said the public would d mand that the coops pay inte est more in line with the co of money to the Hamil spoke to the 17th ai nual convention of the Nation See Page 12 SOLONSSET HEARINGS ON MANY ISSUES House Approves Higher Allowance For Food In Jails ersity of Texas President Log in Wilson asked today why exans have the same roadbased tax attitude toward ilgher education they have for We seem to have no heslta ion about taxing ourselves roadly to have one of the best ighway systems in the Wilson told tho House Appro bations Why cant we adopt the ame attitude toward higher iducation LightlyBurdened The taxpayers of our pros perous and otherwise progres sive state are on the av among the mostly lightly urdened in the entire can afford to pay more axes for quality higher educa By a broadbased I mean a sales a personal income a corporate income tax or a combination of Wilson told a reporter I just dont think that you can raise nough money by these piece meal one cent taxes on cigar ettes or liquor to keep This s not only for higher educa ion but public education and other Sure Im for Joe Doaks pay ng for It if you can get the See Pttjge 12 Commissioners To Invest Cash In Bills The commissioners court Mon day morning voted to invest a of from three dif ferent funds In 90day treasury Reuther Charges Production lost School Construction Plans Bared START FOUNDATION WORK OLLEGE UNITS MONDAY Construction on foundations or two new additions to the hysical makeup at Navarre unior College started is he The new two two tory surplus will be made into a boys dormitory nd another They will be ocated behind the present boys These buildings were recent y acquired from the Connally Air Force base outside The boys 80 feet in ength and 30 feet in will e located directly behind the In its regular the court accepted a motion to in vest from the genera from the hospita nterest and sinking fund and from the salary County Auditor John George reported that last month the government bills paid per cent explaining tha the interest rate is The hospital interest and sinking fund monies can bi used only for retirement o bonds but the next payment is not due until in County Judge Kenneth Douglas explain ed that the 90day treasury bills would mature in This action came after the court had cancelled an order to invest from the per manerit school fund in Navarro Junior College building bonds on learning thaat the countj would lose substantially in cashing in certain bonds and The court See Page 12 de Theft At Miami Reach MIAMI 9 UPI The FBI today check ed the possibility that a master rtey stolen by an international ewel thief may have been vised n the hotel theft of gems worth an estimated The jewels were reported nissing Sunday from day suite at the Americana Police recalled that interna ional jewel thief Harry Sita now in jail in Cleveland arrested with a master kej all the Americanas rooms the it opened in The ley was but an im pression of it could have been authorities Victims of the theft were and Leon Greenebaum and Arthur Mrs Greenbaums all of Greenbaum is chairman of the board of Hertz Corpora the nationwide rental cai Cole is wife of the owner of the Mort Dress Salon of New Investigators had little to go on in what they said was the biggest jewel theft in the his tory of Miami located in the 30 foot between the two build A parking lot is to be nade behind the Approximately 3032 boys will e housed in the new dorm vhen It is completed and stu ents are here were to have been about See Page 12 Board Expects March Bids On NJC Addition Navarro Junior College will dvertise for bids soon for its building authorized in an lection December 6 in March Ben an nounced Navarro coun voters on 6 au horized the issuance of 000 in bonds for the needed ex pansion and they have been Architects Bush and are preparing the Ians and specifications ami lope to Alaskans Fear Atomic Blast 9 The Atomic Energy Commissior vants to blast out an arctic bar bor near Cape Thompson to demonstrate a peace ful use of nuclear But some Alaskans are wor They fear radioactivity might hurt life in the Bob Bartlett D Alaska the originally scheduled project for thi summer may have to be post Alaskans must be suaded there is no pel last wing of present in ne with the Navarro There is to be a proposed riveway between the hich is to be about 16 feet in pace 9 UPI The Eisenhower administra tion today proposed a new pro ram of aid to communities and colleges which cannot afford needed new The longrange aid program would cost the federal govern ment an estimated two and one half billion dollars over a 25 year Details of the draft Dills were outlined by Secre ary Arthur Femming at a news He said the plan was consist en1 with the fiscal policies of this He said it could be handled within the framework of President Eisen howers narrowly balanced 77 billion dollar 1960 budget and will require no cash payments in fiscal Under the proposed program of aid for elementary and high school the federal government would agree to pay principal and interest on new school construction bonds on a 5050 matching basis with the Flemmlng said the maximum annual federal payment on elementary and high school bonds would be 85 million dol lars and the aggregate poten tial cost would he about two billion dollars over approximate ly 25 The Flemming would be available only to com munities which lack the re Policy Change GivesIndonese Weapons 9 Djuanda to day announced that Indonesia receive within the most immediate future arms de liveries from the United States to equip 20 Indonesian army battalions for the fight against the The announcement of a no strings attached agreement came after a onehour meeting between Armassador How ard Jones and It marked a reversal of position by the United Djuanda emphasized that the arms deliveries were agreed up on on terms similar to ship ments last These were in the form of longterm credits without specific condi This the premier said that there no strings at in the transaction whicl ic said was made on a govern ment to government He made clear that the deal did have them ready doption at a meeting of for the board of trustees of NJC within few We hope to advertise for bids sometime In Jones The new construction will be ocated at the east end of the resent administration building and will also extend northward somewhat like the auditorium vlng on the western end of the See Page 12 Humphrey Foils GOP Revenge 9 Early in the Rus sell Long found a mo ment when not publican senator Quickly single was in Re the he proposed Congress abolish the Republican Ever Republicans have been waiting for their Recently Minority Leader Everett Dirksen noticed that all Democrats were gone and announced he would pro pose abolition of the Democratic just Hubert Humphrey rushed in I See Page 12 OSS Is Dead At 76 9 William Wild Bill who directed the overnmcnts daring intelli gence operations during World War died He was Death of the former director of the Office of Strategic Serv ices was attributed to a heart He had been in Walter Reed Army Hospital here for some Donovan won the Medal of Honor for leading the famed Fighting 69th regiment of the Rainbow Division in World War His fighting prowess became a legend of the His nickname of Wild Bill stemmed from the exacting methods he used In training his men and the aggressive ex ample of spirit and vigor ho set for The OSS operations Donovan headed during World War 11 were worldwide in organization conducted Impor taut research at home and dar See Page 12 Texas Due Rain While MidwestSkids By The Associated Press Conditions were building up Monday for possible general rains in Warm southerly winds were carrying inland moisture from the Gulf of Mexico which was expected to collide with a Pacific cold front that was ap proaching from the Its by far the best chance for general rains we have had in Texas this one weather observer Skies were cloudy throughout the state with scattered patches of drizzle and light Southerly winds up to 40 miles an hour kicked up considerable dust in the El Paso Wind warnings were posted for in land lakes in most Mild temperatures prevailed over the state after a cold front that had headed toward Texas changed its course Sun day and moved Heavy clouds covered the en tire Wichita Falls had light rain while College Fort Worth and JAustin reported drizzling rain and Palacios and Cotulla reported See Fags 12 By The Associated Tress Millions of midwest motorists and pedestrians slipped helpless ly today on ice spread by ex tensive freezing Subzero temperatures gripped the Northeast and Northern Plains and the mercury skidded to freezing as wintry weather belted Southern The ice slick extended from Kansas and Nebraska to South ern Michigan and Northern the border between a deep cold air mass and north ward pressing warm rain Traffic was snarled and foot ing was treacherous for metro politan workers in the morning rush Hundreds of acci dents were with police switchboards jammed and hos pital emergency rooms taxed by boom business In arm fractures from falls on For the problem was to get any headway at all from spinning wheels even on usually trivial and conversely the stop for emergencies on greasy ice once momentum was One expressway accident near Detroit involved 30 A trucker steered bis heavy semi trailer rig into a tree deliberate ly in to avoid running down two girls on a Most crashes were hut there were some Skids killed at least one person in Iowa and two in In slight inclines on the outer drives proved too slickly steep for and hundreds of drivers were held up before salt and sand spraying equipment made travel The city was even asked by Midway Airport officials to sand dangerously slick Arctic air spread over the Northeast during the with temperatures as low as 24 below zero at and Sara nac The upper Plains and Mississippi Valley re mained in a subzero with Bismarck and Grand reporting 27 Foul winter weather also slap ped Southern California with freezing temperatures in the wake of thun der and Hail even pelted Southern California beach and some citrus growing areas reported tmperatures of 29 to Skies cleared briefly after Los Angeles drought was broken by inch rain Sunday For residents of New England and upstate New the cold wave was a sharp contrast to Sundays with drops of 40 or more degrees in some areas within a few had 31 de grees and Houl each recorded 8 had 16 Glen Falls 4 and Albany compar ed with Sundays high of There was widespread fog in the icy Midwest area Monday The freezing rain or drizzle covered most of Iowa and South ern Minnesota into Northern Illi nois and Southern It glazed streets and highways in Eastern Kansas and parts of In diana and Heavy anow hit some Western with falls from Northern Arizona and Utah into Wyoming and Scattered falls were reported eastward across parts of South Dakota and Nebraska into the northern Great Snow fell as far south as fee Pago i t Information On Information Hits Roadblock 9 UPI House Information sub committee today ran Into trouble even getting some information about information from the White SubCommittee Chairman John Moss sought for the second time to obtain Guide lines issued by the White House for release of Information by the about missiles and A subcommittee spokesman said the least the White House can do Is tell American citizens whnt kind of things It wont tell The subcommittee previously contended in a report that the board is calling the signals on important Information Moss first asked Board Chair man Christian under secretary of for copy ol the hoards Guidelines on re lease of He noted that De fense Secretary Murray Snydcr the Pentagons chief press offi has cited the Guidelines as the basis for determining what he would toll the public moon Gerald deputy as sistant to President Eisenhower See Page 11 9 Walter Reuther told Congress today that different govern mental policies could have push ed the nations production more han 100 billion dollars higher n the past six This production that we have now forever lost could well have spelled the difference between an unchallenged continuation of United States world leadership and the uneasy posi ion in which we find ourselves he head of the United Auto Workers and an AFLCIO vice outlined an ex tensive program of government activities he said would assure sion of the Fair Labor Standards His testimony was pre mred for the SenateHouse Economic Committee studying general economic Before the same the Chamber of Commerce con ended that government policies are the greatest single cause of exceeding acts of both business and labor in that re Reuther called on the govern ment to work toward Increased consumer buying sion of the Fair Labor Standards Act coverage to millions of workers in trade and services raising the present an houi Page 11 Petition Filed By A petition seeking an clec on the proposed consollda Jon of the Purdon and Bloom ng Grove school districts was handed County Judge Kenneth Douglas by a delegation of Pur don residents Monday morning A forthcoming petition from Blooming Grove is al which time an election will be according to the judge Voters In both districts would lave to approve such a merger Blooming Grove is an1 Inde pendent school while Purdon Is Barry consolidated with Blooming Grove last Hoffa Friend Gels 3 Years NEW 9 Benjamin Franklin De troit union official and close as sociate of Teamsters President James was sentenced today by Judge John Casiiln to three years Im prisonment for The case developed from a grand jury Investigation of wire tapping and racketeering in Local 299 of International Brotherhood of Col is secretarytreasurer of the Hoffa is president of the local as well as head of the entire Collins was continued in 500 bail pending an appeal from the EAST REICH SUBSTITUTE RULED OUT Dulles Insists Unity Complete Among Allies 9 Secretary of State John Foster Dulles said today the Western Allies have agreed generally on procedures to follow if the So viet Union Invokes physical means to block access to Ber He also renewed the offer to talk about a general Willing To Talk We are willing to talk he Soviets in a sincere effort to reach he Dulles returned to Washing ton after talks at Paris and In a prepared statement Dulles told newsmen his abroad reconfirmed the and firmness of our We do not accept any sub stitution of East Germans the Soviet Union in its responsi bilities toward Berlin and obligations to he We are resolved that our sltlon and access West1 Berlin shall be We are in general agreement as to the procedures we shall follow If physical means are involved to interfere with rights in this Dulles talked to the heads of government and foreign ters flf Britain T iand IBee Page11 Berlin Mayor Warns Soviets To Squeeze 9 Berlins Mayor Willy Brandt said today his city would be squeezed like a lemon by the Soviet Union should West withdraw its Brandt and his wife were terviewed on a television pro gram while they had breakfast with West Ger man Ambassador Wilhelm The mayor reiterated his opinion that eventually a last ing settlement could be worked out between East and West should the two parties flnd a basis of common Brandt said the more than two million Berllners are de termined to resist any Incor poration of their city into the Soviet Brandt meets today with State Department The visiting mayor also was scheduled to lunch with the Senate Foreign Relations Com who arrived Satur day for a round of official spoke Sunday to a meet ing of the local chapter of the Socialist party Social Demo cratic Federation a counter See Page 11 Violence Kills 22 In Texas FINDS BODY Marvin Siperstcin works in his laboratory at the University of Texas Southwest Medical School in He says he has found the thermostat which controls the bodys production of the fatty stuff that sets the stage for heart attacks and By The Associated Press Violent deaths claimed al least 22 lives in Texas over the Traffic mishaps accounted for 12 of the fatalities during the period from 6 Friday until midnight A headon crash of two autos on a country road six miles south of Killeen Saturday killed five men and slightly injured The dead were and four soldiers from Hood Joseph of Fort Dudley Lawrence and Joe John suffered cuts and Roberto an ex was shot and killed Sun day at Eagle Offduty po liceman Eloy Diaz surrended to sheriffs officers and was charg ed with A collision of two cars 5 miles north of Roma killed a woman identified from a driv ers license as Ruth Ashworth of Two doctors from Mexico were Troy of Amarillo died in a 50foot plunge off cliff while on a Sunday outing n Palo Duro State A companion said a piece of rock crumbled and caused the youth to The body of an unidentified woman was found Saturday night near a small rural ceme tery in Montgomery county path in said she was Bobby of Route was dead on ar rival at Parkland Hospital in Dallas Sunday after the car In which he was driving alone A car struck and killed a Tyler man near the west edge of Glaclewater Sunday and police said the driver did not The victim was about Donald was killed Saturday night in a headon col lision of two cars in a dense fog three miles west of Rose of Denl son died in a hospital Sunday of burns suffered Saturday when she fell onto a lighted stove and a blanket In which she was wrapped caught Leo identified from police files aa having no known was killed Sunday by a MissouriKansasTexas train at the edge of Denlson as he walked along the A ver dict of accidental death was re An auto crashed into tho rear of a pickup truck and then ca reened Into the path of a Con tinental Bus at Gladewater Saturday Ronald Hunter driver of the was Ten other including the bus drlv and the driver of tho were Frederick Ster was found dead in barracks room at Bergstrom Air Force Another noncomrnlssloned of ficer found the apparently hanged with its own An autopsy verdict was Freddie was fatally wounded when a gauge shotgun accidentally dis charged at Snycler Jack San An was killed at San Marcos Friday night when struck by an auto as he walked along a high Jess of Sea Page 12
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