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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - February 12, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHER with a few showers Thursday afternoon partly cloudy and warmer Thursday night and Thermometer Readings 8 9 I 10 11 i 12 1 45 47 49 52 53 54 55 Complete Weather Report on Market tlHomeof he Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Mornin I i LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er selected Issues resist er corporntes mill CHICAGO Wheat old crop contracts mix ed light lower light to 75 cents lower top steers steady to weak top AP TELEMATS 214 1959 TWENTYSIX SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENTS ICE JAMMED ice jammed Wabash River would be hard to find if it were not for the trees on each bank marking its This picture made between Logansport and shows flood water spreading far into the lowlands beyond the AP Youth Council Asks Funds 12 as Youth Council pleaded with House spending leaders today for enough money in 196061 to safely handle Texas mounting problem of juvenile delinquen Security for Texans threat ened by the teenage both before and after they are placed in was rated the 1 Constant fear of fire disasters land disease epidemics closely follows the security TYC Chairman Windsor of Dallas and Executive Director James Turman told the House Appropriations Commit The most critical social prob lem existing in the State of Texas is at the Gatesville school for said I was surprised when I chairman recently to find that security is our biggest Security for the people in the Gatesville Security within the school A prime job of the sick bay is treating in juries received from inmates of the Turman said that Gatesville now has 1130 inmates when it is equipped for only Each month about five per cent of our Gatesville popula tion tries to run We have no Turman About 2 12 per cent succed in getting off the Thats about See Page 8 Higher Highway Speed Protested 12 bill to permit speed limits above 60 miles an hour on superhigh ways kicked up another hor nets nest in a House commit tee Wednesday It caused some members to wistfully recall the horse anc buggy Jerry Sadlei of Palestine said speeding on the highways is the reason I bought an The bill by Louis Ander son of Midland wound up in a subcommittee following testi mony by Homer Garrison director of the Department of Public Safety and Ben Greer state highway safety Andersons bill would prohib it admission of evidence obtain ed by lying in wait hiding or in any manner con cealing any equipment or the Garrison said he favored the use of radar and told the com We are for any device to cut down the number of pur suit The state no long er pays the funeral or hospital See Page 7 Ike Requests OK World Bank Hike President 12 Eisenhower asked Congress today to ap prove a increase in the subscription to the World Bank and the Interna tional Monetary The chief executive told Con gress in a special message that there is real urgency for prompt action on the He said The countries of the free world look to the United because of our economic to set the pace by act Ing without delay to take up our subscription in the new stock of the bank and to pay our quo ta increase in the The board of governors of the two free world agencies have voted substantial increases In their capital in order to cope more effectively with future eco 4 nomic and financial The banks capital would be hiked from to This would involve a 100 per cent increase in the subscriptions of each one of the 68 member The increased including the actually will not have to be paid to the How the increases will form a guarantee which will permit the bank to borrow more money in private financial The monetary funds capital would be increased by 50 per cent from to about The quota would rise from to Members must pay 25 per cent of their increased quota in gold and the balance in curren For the United States this will involve an outlay of in gold and 000 in In his Eisenhower noted that the bank has helped promote economic growth of the less developed countries and that the fund has helped mem ber nations overcome balance of payments The international standing achieved by the bank and fund is such that the international economic system of today can not successfully function with out continued economic growth and cohesion of the entire Iree County School Official Says Post Not Needed Ice Gorge Piles Up Along Wabash ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Rayburn Backs REAOn Interest DENIES IKES CLAIM HELP SOCIALISTIC Benson Charges Program Critics Are Untruthful 12 UPI Speaker Sam Ray burn said today congress will not permit the administration to increase the 2 per cent in terest rate on government loans to rural electric He angrily rejected adminis tration claims that such aid is socialistic and that critics of the move are At Final Session Rayburn spoke at the con cluding session of the 17th an nual meeting of the National Rural Electric Cooperative As sociation and was presented the distinguished serv ce award for his part in fur thering development of rural power The Texas Democrat is co author of the 1935 act which created the Rural Electrifica tion Administration the government banker for the rural power His appearance came amid a widening rift between the NRECA arid the administration over President Elsenhowers pro posals to shift financing of the systems from government to private sources and impose a federal rate high enough to wipe out government loan All Moves Opposed The cooperatives demander in resolutions that oongrrs r See Page 7 Link Teamsters With Coin Machines 12 UPI juke box operator charged today that racketeers are con spiring with a Teamster Union local to take over the entire coin machine industry in the New York Eli who identified himself as a jobber for the Na tional Novelty Company of ty superinteridents office exLonS told the Senate mses have gone up while the that Team Local 266 was created by pe number of pupils they supervise have the House Coun ty Committee heard Young County School George also told the committee he was elected to his a year post on a pledge that he would seek to have it Its not needed in my coun he Many other counties are in the same At least 30 counties have no common school district pupils but they have superintendents spending as much as a ear in state There is no limit on superin tendents Corse testified in support of a bill HB 101 sponsored by George Wilson of The measure would authorize a commissioners court in coun ties of less than 100 common school district pupils to call an The people would de cide whether they wanted the office It was sent to a subcommittee for Hancock of De Witt County school superlnten See SCHOOL 7 dishonest elements in the union specifically to further the Kasper said the local was in collusion with leaders of the Associated Machine Operators of New York to squeeze out the small increase the union and create a monopoly in the entire met ropolitan The committee was told of the alleged arrangement after hearing that a notorious New York waterfront hoodlum was fined at a 1957 under world kangaroo trial in con nection with juke box racketeer The from secret files of the New York City po lice was the first public disclosure of what hap pened before police broke up the notorious underworld con vention at in Kasper identified two of the association leaders as the Ja cobs Eugene and Her He said besides being a member of the Employ See Page 8 Senator Urges Berlin Conciliation Calls Food Freedom Weapon Agriculture Sec retary Charles Brannan be food is the last remain ng weapon that America pos sesses to win uncommitted na tions to In an address at the annual Corcoran Chamber of Com nerce dinner meeting Wednes day Brannan described food as the nations one last great instrument to win the war for He suggested that all genuine surplus food stuffs be given o uncommitted nations on a LOyear plan with the stipulation that the surpluses would be pro vided to persons for partial payment for work on public he would result in raised standards of Brannan said the current ad ministration spent three billion See Page 7 TV Camera Will Penetrate Miles Vp 12 at he Lnek hepd Missiles amS Space Divi sion have announced develop ment of a tiny television cam era that will enable observers to watch the passengers in a spacecraft for the first miles on a trip into Although developed primarily for the Army Ballistic Missile Agency to observe performance of military missiles after they soar out of sight from the scientists said the camera could also be to watch how pas sengers withstood the severe conditions during and just aftci launching of a The unveiled here duiing the companys first open house for weights only 42 It is only 7 34 inches long and 2 13 inches in The whole including weighs only nine pounds and is small enough to be carried in a Daniel head of the electrical design said that during a missile flight the miniature TV system would enable ground observers to look at such critical things as stage separation or engine Innocent Plea From Mansfield 12 a former super visor in the comptrollers de pleaded innocent to day on an indictment charging misapplication of in state District Judge Mace Thui1 before whom the plea was entered in Criminal District set Mansfields trial for March who had been an employe of the comptrollers department since was charged with misapplying funds received for state motor fuel NEW delinquency has in creased for the ninth a Senate Judiciary Subcommittee said today in opening a nationwide series of public hearings on the The senate headed by Thomas Hennings D will examine and evaluate he effectiveness of the juvenile court systems at sessions in New York today and in a statement pre pared for delivery at the open ing of the pointed out the Increase in juvenile delin quency in recent Hennings said that although child population of the na tion has increased only 25 per cent from 1948 to appear ances before juvenile courts have increased about 150 per cent in the same Best available he indicate further that about 35 per cent of the child INCREASE IN DELINQUENCY FOR NINTH YEAR REPORTED ren who now appear in court have been there In the military manpower pool for young men between the ages of 18 and at least 15 per cent and possibly as high as 18 per cent have appeared before the nations juvoriile courts one or more times for he These Hennings do not include minor traffic Furniture Man Charges Mayor Threatened Life 12 A Texas City furniture store owner charged Galveston Mayor George Roy Clough with threatening his The accusation was made by and grew out of a dispute over a speed ing Justice of the Peace Reddell of Texas City issued the warrant against the and set preliminary hearing for next Constable Jim Bell was sent to Galveston to serve the war A bond of was Wednesday Corporation Judge James Pipcri of Galveston set for jury trial next Tues Sce Page 8 Dallas Planning Compromise On Integration 12 pres ident of the Dallas School Board said Wednesday night the board will work out a fair and fine compromise to its school integration Edwin Rippy told a segre ationist speaker a board mooting that the district will ollow the law in its integra ion The Lloyd a member of the Texas White Citizens criticized Rlp py for statements the board has made saying in egration will come eventually to Dallas Riddle said schools should be See Page 7 Admiral Gets Legal Support On Copyright Admiral Hyman Rickover today had the back ing of Navy legal advice In his effort to prevent publication of his public speeches without ex press A Navy legal expert sale Rickover and othnr officials may provided they are not delivered under official orders or as parl of their official a patent pert in the Office of Naval expressed the opinion in a letter to Schnapper executive director of the public affairs Schnapper has brought suit In Federal District Court here challenging the legality of Rick overs action in seeking exclu sive rights to a 11 speech and to 22 other speeches he hns delivered in the past four Helvostlne told Schnapper the suit contends that no govern ment official or employe has the right under any circum stances ever to acquire proprie tary rights to his original writ ten or spoken No theory could be more det rimental to the recruitment 01 retention of competent person Helvcstine than to advise them that all their time and thought are the properly of the public Fire Destroys Home Thursday A fourroom house at 2500 West Third avenue was heavily damaged Thursday about by a fire of undetermined who was home awoke to find the house in flames and his oxit from a door and had to escape by way of a window Fire Chief Charley Ticman re The house Is reported to be owned by the Hebrew Cemetery Two grass fires were ex tinguished Wednesday one at at 947 West Sixth ave nue and the second at in the 700 block of East Fif teenth 12 UPI Mike Mansfield called today for United Nations onciliatlon to unify Berlin and ease a German crisis which threatens war or a disastrous diplomatic The assistant Democratic lead er and Foreign Relations Com mittee member said the time has come for positive action and a great deal of talk between East and West Ber liners should start negotiations Mansfield He outlined nine essentials for a new Western policy on including careful con sideration of proposals for a de militarized zone in middle Eu We are approaching the ginning of the the begin ning of the end of two Berlins and of two Mans field said in a speech prepared for Senate He said the policy of standing fast in Berlin Is just a slogan and is not A policy which does not go beyond demands for free allGerman elections is a he It is an excuse for immobil said It may well lead down the blind alley of an unnecessary conflict of disastrous diplomatic In outlining his views on Ger See Page 8 Rain In County Proves Spotted A rain that measured more than an inch in some parts of the county fell in the early morning hours Following Wednesday nights cool the rain started strong in the western part of the county and decreased as it traveled Of thp five weather stations Frost reported the greatest amount of This compares to Inches reported In Dawson reported a Kerens and Blooming Grove Nation Honors Martyred President On 150th Anniversary Of Sandburg Says Best Lincoln Memorial In Hearts 12 UPI Poet Carl speaking at times in today evoked at a joint session of congress an image of Abra ham Lincoln that was so mov ing It brought many listeners to the verge of The whitemaned poet said Lincoln was steel and velvet hard as rock and soft as drifting fog that he stood for honest plain talk and funny Of Lincolns role as president in the midst of the Civil Sandburg said In the mixed shame and blame of the immense wrongs of two crashing often with nothing to he said slept not at and on occasions was seen to weep in a way that made weep ng ma Sandburg told congress con vened in joint session to honor Lincoln on the 150th anniver sary of his birth that the most enduring memorial to Lin coln is in the hearts of lovers of For 18 minutes his voice flow ed throughout the crowded House chamber sometimes surging sometimes His harsh whisper could be heard in the farthest gallery Members of supreme court top military and civilian government for eign and spectators and newsmen jamming the gal leries sat as if under a Southerner and Northerner Democrat and Republican sat side by side as Sandburg called up all the old memories Bee Page 8 I By DON GUY Hello this is Lin I plan to come down Wed nesday or Thursday to sec about some better come Wednes Thursday we are closed for the Closed for the what holiday Lincolns birthday of you should I Im as bad as This conversation took place Monday between Lincoln Isham of nearby greatgrand son of President and Probate Judge Margaret Do herty of The grandpa referred to was Robert Todd only son of the President to reach ma Of Roberts three grand See Page 8 i 12 Abraham Lincolns hometown celebrates his 150th birthday today with a banquet and tributes from West Berlin Mayor Willy Brandt and other from around the A crowd of about per sons was expected to jam the State Armory tonight for the a plate dinner designed to rival the banquet held here in 1909 to mark the 100th birth day of the great himself the leader of the Western section of a city half enslaved by was to deliver the principal ad dress in honor of the Civil Wai President who left Springfield in 18GO to lead his nation away from another kind of The theme of the banquet was Lincoln as a world figure and the guest list bore out the In addition to Ambas sadors Sir Harold Caccia of Great Britain and Hervc Al phand of France were slated to speak Caccia and Alphand will be replaying roles taken by their Lord Bryce and Jules at the 1909 din which also was Addressed by William Jennings Bryan and Jonathan Dolllver of his wife and party were scheduled to arrive here by air at from Nev York and be welcomed by William Stratton anil Springfield Mayor Nelson Their schedule took them then directly to Oak Ridge cemetery for a wreathlaying ceremony at Lincolns In most places the rain had stopped at but left behind fog and In any It was tho larg est rain of the a wel come one to many Navarro county Texas Federal Judge Selected Elsenhower today nominated John to be District judge for East an was pick ed to succeed the late Judge Lamar The nomination is subject to Senate confirma is a v f Dfwpra ALL RIVER Flood Damage Mounts Hourly In Stricken Area 12 A huge ice gorge 10 to 12 miles long piled up in the flooded Wabash river today and civil defense workers said Its break up could endanger atl bridges from Lafayette to The ice gorge was piled as high as 35 feet above tho sur face of the rushing Flood waters were reported around as well as under tha Lafayette is about 15 airline miles southwest of The river course is winding and Army engineers sent experts in a helicopter over the gorga to take a first hand look and decide whether to damage from the Icefed rushing waters of the Wabash had mounted into the millions of In some the flooding was worst In northern Indiana In 48 At where families were routed from their Army engineers said they doubted the river would any more even though rain was forecast for late over levees fortified with See Page 8 Moving Debris Spoils Holiday For Louis 12 cleaning crews gave up their Lincolns Birthday holiday today to clear a path back to normalcy In tornado ravaged Street Commissioner Charles Gilmore said the massive on an 11hour dally was expected to take several more days to officials set the death count at 22 and said the last unnamed victim had been Identified as Fred The citys worst tornado In 32 years loft a wide path of de Latest Red Cross fig ures estimated families in tho city and Louis county were affected by the which damaged buildings and destroyed Civilian defense mobilization the small business ad ministration and the Red Cross were to map out a recovery pro gram today to Include provision for lowInterest federal Direct federal aid became avail able to applicants when Presl dent Eisenhower declared the city major disaster Estimated property damage was 12 million the Louis Insurance Board ThreePower Meet Due Over Cyprus 12 three power meeting to speed final approval of the Zurich plan for peace and independence In Cy prus may open in London Mon informed British sources said There was strong desire in Turkish and British cir cles to maintain the momentum that broke the long deadlock over Cyprus in The plan signed by Premier Constantinc Karamanlis of Greece and Premier Adnau Mcnderes of Turkey was laid before the British Cabinet this Informed sources said the British government will be in consideration The plan carries the hopes of leaders of all three nations that peace will come soon to Brit ains troubled Mediterranean island colony after four years of Britiss Foreign Secretary Sel wyn Lloyd scheduled a second meeting with the Greek and Turkish foreign who flew here from The next step might be for the British government to approve the plan in principle subject to ratifica tion by The conference would be at the foreign ministers Its task would be to write a final settlement ending 81 years of British rule over the strateg ic Mediterranean making Cyprus a frco but re taining for Britain her military bases on Cyprus and adding Greek and Turkish troops to the island This in effect would keep tho bases open to the North Atlant ic since all three nar tlons are NATO Foreign Ministers Averoff of Greece and Rusto Zorlu of Turkey Fatin urged that the threepower conference be held before Lloyd and Prima Minister Harold Macmillan leave for Moscow next Wednes The blessings of Archbishop exiled Greek Ortho dox primate of the crown col strengthened the hands of the government leaders toward ending a dispute that has cost nearly 600 lives In See Page 7
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