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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - February 13, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL cloudi warmer this afternoon with few thundershowers tonight Saturday partly cloudy and Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 i 12 1 I S 60 62 63 64 66 67 68 Complete Weather Report on Market HJHemeof the DailySunandSemiWetkly Utility LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW ed chemicals Bonds governments regular quiet CHICAGO Wheat Higher export buying and to easier light to 25c lower top steers steady top AP TELEMATS 215 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS BIRTHDAY daughter of and Max of checks the costume she will wear at a party celebrating her third birthday on Valentines AP Wirephoto Check For Cancer Made On Dulles 13 State John Foster Dulles underwent a suc cessful hernia operation Surgeons also removed tissue andfluid to check for State Department spokesman Lincoln White pending results of laboratory to speculate whether doctors fear any recurrence of the intestinal cancer for which Dulles was operated on in Canada Pilots Almost Trapped By Red Signals 13 A former Royal Canadian Air Force ferry pilot said today his Sabre Jet and three others were almost diverted into a North Atlantic grave 212 years ago by a radio signal apparently coming from a Soviet The report has been circulat ing in Canada for several Defense Minister George Pear kes told a questioner in the House of Commons Thursday he was unable to confirm the The Kenneth Hagar ty of said in an inter view he was at the controls of one of the planes following a radio beam into Scot when a new and stronger radio signal was superimposed on the The signal came from a dif ferent he and nearly sent the whole flight winging north into the The Sabres are shortrange See Page 7 They cant tell whether the Iremoved tissue is malignant White until a microscopi cal examination is completed He said the doctors expect to know the noon to When Dulles entered the Wai ter Reed Army Medical Center Tuesday State Department spokesmen emphasized that there was nothing from his med ical examinations to indicate White said surgeons found nothing in the area of todays operation to any He said the tissue and fluid were removed See Page 7 Print Proposed City Charter Copies of the proposed new charter are now being printed by the Travis Printing Company with delivery to the city antici pated City Secretary Charles said Friday that the char ter will go into the mail during the week of 2328 to all qualified voters of Corsicana Secretarial help in Stipes office have been engaged for several days now preparing address labels from the new 1958 poll list to expedite mailing out the charters when received from the The City Commission has giv en public notice of its intention to pass an ordinance calling an election on the acceptance or re jection of the charter on April same day of the regular city Juke Box Operator Reveals Life Threats ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Repatriation Splits Japan And Korea SEOUL WARNS WILL TARE ANY ACTION Neutral Stand Is Taken By Between Allies The Republic of Korea broke off negotiations aimed at estab lishing normal relations with Japan in a rapidfire reaction to day to Japanese cabinet endorse ment of a plan to repatriate Ko rean residents in Japan to Com munist North Yiu Tal ROK Minister to informed Japanese ViceForeign Minister Hisanari Yamada that the Seoul govern ment considered the talks rup Plan Endorsed The Japanese cabinet endorse ment of Foreign Minister Alic hiro Fujiyamas repatriation plans came in spite of stiff warnings of possible consequen ces by the Republic of South In a government spokes man said South Korea will re sort to any and every drastic measure to frustrate the repat riation Foreign Minister Cho Chung Whan said his gov ernment will take whatever cost and whatever necessary ac Cho Warns Japan The Japanese government must be warned that Korea will have to pursue its own in terests and that of the unfortu nate people Japan is using so Cho said in a state ment issued emegen See Page 10 Red Cross Now Ready To Help Repatriation 13 The International Committee of the Red Cross said today it was ready to aid in any humanitarian action such as the repatriation of Koreans from Japan to North Korea pro viding such repatriation is completely A Red Cross spokesman said a screening process undoubtedly would be The Japanese Red Cross al ready has approached Interna tional Red Cross headquarters here ori the repatriation ques an IRC spokesman Japan formally decided today to repatriate those of its member Korean community who desired to go to North An IRC asked about the organizations role in the repatriation said the International Red Cross was always ready to serve as an intermediary for humanitarian The principal task of the IRC will be to insure that such repatriation is completely vol The IRC will probably limit it to A screening process will undoubtedly be he Integration Moves Come Fast A former investigator for the Hate Joseph McCarthy charged Thursday night that more than half of the presidents of negro universities and 334 other college and university presidents have been affiliated Communistic New York spoke Thursday night be fore the Abraham Lincoln Na tional Republican He said American Communists today are happier than while antiCommunism is punch groggy and reeling against the He charged that the National Association tor the Advance ment of Colored the Na tional Council of Churches and other organizations believing themselves to be antiCommun ist have presented the Reds with their greatest victories in recent Known Communists or fellow travelers have been involved in every single incident of vio lence in Southern integration he And more than half of the presidents of negro universities have been affiliated at one time In one See Page 7 New racial integration moves are coming swiftly across the In negro parents filed applications for eight children to enroll In an allwhite high school and an elementary Attorneys for a group of ne gro plaintiffs at asked a federal court order to disclose records concerning the sale of a cityowned swim ming pool to a private corpora tion to thwart At a high official of the National for the Ad vancement of colored people urged negro leaders to step up a campaign to permit negroes to use segregated Florida beach The Alabama Supreme Court at Montgomery upheld a 000 fine against the NAACP in that state although the case had been thrown out by the Supreme The Alabama high court said the federal tri bunals decision was based on erroneous information not con tained in the court record of the The Alabama court brushed See Page 2 13 Leroy Collins said flatly Thursday Florida must take concrete steps toward voluntary token Integration or have it forced on the state by court orders which give the people no voice or Collins said if the state un dertakes a voluntary program of limited it can de cide when and how It will be and select the students and schools in If Florida waits for the courts to he these decisions will be dictated by the NAACP and I am not willing in surrender this power or authority to the He said the people need to look no farther than Virginia to discover that massive resist ance is not the whose own courts made a shambles of laws seeking to defy federal desegre gation has more integra tion than North Carolina which followed the path of voluntary he Collins said he does not pre sume to predict when and where See Rains Plague FloodBattered Areas Push Downtown Parking Area Plans City Law Bans Airguns And SlingShots Youngsters and their parents were advised Friday by Police Chief Massey that the city does have an ordinance prohibiting the shooting of air nigger shooters and flapjacks a form of sling shot and violators can be The chief said he was calling attention to this because the evistence of the ordinance has been disputed by some who be lieved no ordinance on these particular weapontoys was on the A check of the record this week revealed the ordinance passed in 1908 and calling for penalties upon conviction of firies of not less than one dol lar nor more than five Chief Massey and Judge Jack Thompson conferred Friday on the possibility of suggesting to the City Commission that the fine limits be increased both as to minimums and maximums since it was felt that a fine would not be much of a deter rent stiffer penalty would have more effect in ob taining The police chief said he had received several complaints of glass being broken out or punc tured by airgun Princi pal reason for a search of the records to establish the ordi nances existence stemmed from a hearing to be held Saturday in city court involving three boys cited early this week for shoot ing BB guns after one of the trio was reportedly hit behind the ear with a o Deisher Again To Head Heart Sunday Chairman of the 1959 Heart Sunday collection in Corsicana will be Clyde who headed last years oneafternoon it has been announced by Hubert chairman of the Heart Fund Heart Sunday will be observed here on February 22nd when over 200 volunteers will cover every residential section of the city in a doortodoor collection of contributions for the fight against the heart The drive will begin at 2 and continue through 5 Deisher has been a resi dent of Corsicana since She has unselfishly served In PTA and school circles and is an ac tive member of the First Meth odist Among Delshers duties in her Heart Sunday post will be the assembling of a group of district captains who will coor dinate the volunteers She will also be responsible for See Page 9 WIFE MAN RESCUED AFTER 4 SVBZERO DAYS suburban business manpilot returned here hurs day night from four days of subzero cold and terror beside his dead wife in the cabin of their wrecked During the Lonnle Worth set his own broken nose while keeping a tragic vigil over the body of his a nursing home told how he shivered through 25degreebelowzero cold after the plane cracked up Sunday on the ice of frozen Leech Welfare Checks Major Income Of 84 Counties 13 UP The largest single source of income in 84 of Texas 254 counties now is welfare Alvin Texas Research League Thursday told the Texas Bankers his staff now was studying how well the various welfare pro grams are doing the job of get ting aided families back onto a selfsupporting The Texas Research League is a private factfjnding and sur veymaking While the states population is expected to increase 65 per cent from 1950 to 1975 the popula tion of the above 65 age group will soar to at least 120 per he Burger listed six factors for the rising tax col lections and debts of the states the large postwar popula tion growth the backlog of state and local public works See Page 2 Say Del Webb To Drop Join Dodgers NEW 13 Del part owner of the New York Is consid ering severing connections with that club to join Walter O Malley In ownership of the Los Angeles the New York Journal American said Frank columnist for the said In his column Relations between Webb and OMalley have grown closer in the past two or three Tho belief is that OMalley did nt dream up a potential gold minde in Los Angeles but that Webb pointed it out to Comment from the principals involved was not immediately Graham said Webb is consid See Page 2 85 miles below the Canadian Worths also died hours later of injuries received in the But Worth came through with noting worse than the broken a black eye and a sore He told rescuers he set his nose himself using the mirror In the airplanes Worth said a tip that the Northerns were biting sent the couple on a weekend icefish ing trip to Red Lake in North ern They were returning Sunday when they became lost In a blizzard and tried to land the skiplane on Leech The craft began the landing gear a wing crump led and Worth was thrown Worth bundled his wife In extra clothing and a put her in the cabin of the plane and set our for See Page 9 Youth Admits 21 Auto Thefts IS UF A skinny boy who is only 13 but adept at stealing was in custody today after running afoul of two officers named The youth admits stealing 21 cars since he was released He was arrested 2 for stealing 4 he stole a car in drove it to aban doned stole another car and was captured by a Juvenile Bu reau detective named After Petti grew of Waco turned him over to Dallas Juvenile Bureau de tective The blond youth told cops he would ride his bike to where he would steal a then either leave his bike at the loca to return or pack it into the stolen Red China Buys Brazil Sugar RIO DE 13 Red China was the biggest buyer of Brazilian sugar in a year which elevated this country to the rank of worlds second biggest exporter of the it was an nounced The Sugar and Alcohol Insti tute said Brazil sold tons of sugar abroad last year at prices totalling more than 50 million Of this Red China bought Japan and Ceylon Only Cuba exported more sugar during the The In stitute The downtown moderniza tion committee Friday reaf firmed its Intention to follow through in a project to bring about the creation of an off street parking lot to improve he crowded street parking pro ram and ease traffic conges Proposal Explained For the benefit of members new to the committee this Chairman Jack Young ex plained that tentative arrange ments have been made to lease a part of the Wofford proper ty east of the SP track between East Collin and East Sixth for the Rental would be monthly and improvements grading and graveling of the would cost an estimated It is proposed to am ortize the with monthly plus an equal thus making a total requirement of monthly necessary for two After the twoyear pe pledge commitments to ward the lot by contributing merchants would be cut in a firm pledging a month would pay that amount for two years while the improvements to the lot were being paid then the pledge committee would drop to advised See Faga 10 Bryan Women Take Feud To Top Court women have appealed to the Supreme Court from a Texas courts de cision denying them admission to Texas Lena Ann and Barbara challeng ing a ruling of the Texas Civil Appeals contend that and Is not strictly a military college and that women should be admitted as regular students eligible for They described AiM as the only one of 69 land grant col leges in the nation to which wo men are not admitted as regular adding Women are admitted freely to summer but cannot got a degree from the school just because of There are 17 courses avail able at not available any where else In It has the only school of veterinary medl cine in the And gets millions in federal funds for in research and exten plus millions from state general revenue Men are in control of the political and technolo gical life of the partly due to educational Berlin Mayor Willing To Talh To Red Brandt Says Lincoln Everywhere 13 Berlin Mayor Willy who compared Abraham Lincolns trials to present struggles to keep his city hoped to leave for the West Coast today on his tour of the United Fog de layed an early Brandt was introduced by William Stratton to a Lincoln Memorial dinner Thurs day night as a man In the Lin coln Brandt told the audience Lin coln does not belong to you He belongs to all of above ail to our young and he lives in the hearts of mankind The visiting mayor was chief speaker at a a plate ses quicentennial banquet in honor of the great at tended by some persons in cluding more than 20 foreign The Soviet ambassador to the United Mikhail ilenshi had earlier declined an In vitation to the which heard Brands continned attacks on Soviet tyranny and At an earlier news confer Brandt said it would be a dangerous illusion to be lieve that East and West Ger mans could reach final solu tions through a great deal of talk as sugested by Mike Mansfield He would Brandt no objections against certain technical and practical con tacts between West Berlin and the Communistdominated Ger man Democratic This arbitrary he is a threat to peace in Europe and to peace in the But he said he was skeptical of promises from a people dominated by the whose aim is to squeeze out Berlin like a On his arrival at Stratton and their wives drove to Lincolns tomb in Oak Ridge where the mayor placed a large gol den wreath bedecked with rib bons in the black and red of the German Following the procession back to the during which the motorcade stopped while Mrs Stratton and Brandt look ed at shop the Gover nor gave Brandt a black wal nut made from a tree near where Lincoln made his famous house divided speech Brandt in his speech refer red to the former Presidents statement in 1858 a house dl vided against itself cannot He said it was per haps even more applicable to the present situation of the German people than to the one Lincoln Former World War II resist ance fighter and liaison officer to the Allies during the Berlin Brandt compared Bee Page 2 By tftiitcd Press International Light rain and drizzle plagued floodbattered sections of Indi ana and Ohio Friday in advance of a new cold air mass creeping through north central portions of the The worst flooding was in Northern Indiana where a 12 mile ice gorge on the Wabash River was poised above the cities of Delphi and Authorities feared the 35foot high ribbon of ice would cause devastating damage if it sud denly broke loose and surged The danger lessen ed during the night as the river crested at Delphi and LaFayette and began Further downstream at Terre the next major city in the floodswollen rivers National Airmen and volunteers battled against time to sandbag a 30foot hole in a West Terre Haute The crest was expected to hit the Terre Haute area An ice floe on the Maumee River in Northwest Ohio gave way sending tons of ice through the streets of Grand and tearing down utility The twostate second to hit this have been blam ed for at least five deaths and See Page 9 i Ike To Spend Night At Austin President will spend the night of 18 at Bergstrom Air Force Aus en route to for talks with Mexicos new In announcing this the White House said the President has no plans to visit El senhower In San or elsewhere on the trip to and from This state ment was prompted by reports In San Antonio that the Eisen howers would renodzvous thore city of their Eisenhower is now in San Antonio visiting friends be fore going out to for a twoweek vacation nt a health and beauty Elsenhower will be the guest of Mexicos President Adolfo Lopez Mateos at Houston Seeks Murder Curbs UP Mayor Lewis Cutrer said today tavern owners and negro leaders will be asked to aid police in campaign to reduce Houstons high murder Cutrer said there will be step pedup police patrolling In some areas and that circulars point ing out ways to help curb crime will be sent to tavern He said he also plans to talk to negro leaders in that 77 of the 117 murders in Houston last year involved SOME SIGNS RACKETEERS FEEL PROBE Teamster Local Called Successor To 13 UPI A New York juke bos operator testified today he was threatened with death for fight ing gangsterunion control ol the Albert president of the Music Operators Associa told the Senate Rackets Committee his group was sub jected to every conceivable form of intimidation and pres sure by Threats Bared He said the group Is frantic ally in need of help against He said he was threatened by John former president of the vend ing machine employes Local In substance he told me that I might win one round but that wouldnt live to see any other rounds won by Den ver He said his group won an In junction against the locals h vasion of the juke box But he said a bitter fight still is going on against Teamster Local described by Com mittee Council Robert Ken nedy as a haven for sucoes sors of murder Machines Withdrawn Denver testified amid signs that the underworld is See 7 Oil Impci iers Asked To Give Fipres Quickly 13 government asked porters today to report befors 24 on average dally im ports in the years in Matthew Carson ad ministrator of the voluntary oil import sent letters and questionnaires to about 165 pres ent or past importers of cruda oil and Jts Hla ac tion was part of a study for vising the oil Import now on a voluntary control The revised program may include not only crude and un finished but certain deriva tives of crude Carson If a program of controls is found Imports of rudo oil and such derivatives luring some base to may be a considera tion in tho granting of alloca tions to eligible See 10 IGNORE BAD OMENS SAN UPI Stephen 19 yearold and Carol Sue havo thrown caution to tho They purchased a marriage license with a bill and were married tho SANDBURG BEFORE JOINT SESSION Poet Carl noted chronicler of the historic years of Abraham eulogizes the former United States President before a Joint session of the Behind Sandburg Vice President Richard Nixon and House er Sam AP Wirephoto   

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