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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - February 19, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL Occasional rain or freezing rain this afternoon and tonight Friday mostly cloudy and a little warmer low tonight near Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 1 35 36 1 36 36 36 38 40 Complete Weather Report on Market flJHomeof the Daily Sun attd SemiWeekly MorninoHdhtg LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW High er industrials cor porates CHICAGO bearish govern ment loan late price to 50 cents lower top Cat steers mostly steady top 220 SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENTS QUESTIONED IN Edward of County district attorneys office and Charles Pierson the Chicago police department question Robert Clif after the youth told police he shot his father and brother at March Clifford waived extradition and was returned to AP Wirephoto Reuther Jibes Hunting BAN Puerto 19 AFLCIO leaders today praised Walter Reuther for his comeback at Presiden Eisenhowers jibes about union leaders meeting In sunny Puerto Rico to talk about march of jobless on Washing I go where meetings are that 1 am obligated to participate in just as you will be going to the fashionable resort of Acapul Reuther said in di rect reply to Eisenhowers com ments at his press conference In Washington Reuther also won cheers from fellow labor leaders for defend ng his proposal for a demon stration march by unemploy ed on the national The labor leaders are sensi tive to possible charges that un ionist dues have been wasted on highpriced foods and Reuther is probably the biggfiat the He flew here tourist and his usual recreation has been to walk through the park with his Eisenhower at his press con ference had questioned the value of any march of unemployed on And he jokingly questioned whether the labor leaders would want to leave sunny Puerto Rico to March to foggy Informed of Eisenhowers Reuthercharged See Page 9 Garbage Crews Quit At Houston Some 639 garbage department workers walked off their jobs today after rejecting a 20min ute personal appeal by Mayor Lewis Representatives of the city threatened to strike what they termed because of unbearable working conditions imposed by Paul assistant su perintendent of the Kennedy was promoted by Cutrer last year from a job as JONGS TRIP MYSTERY Morocco King Mohammed V left by plane to llay in an atmosphere of mys lery for a 12day visit to Corsica There was that he and some of closest associates were get ling out of the country before expected political 22 Negroes In 30Room Scbool FRONT 19 negro stu dents began their first day of studies in Warren County High with 10 teachers and 30 class rooms at their disposal but not single white Fourteen girls and eight boys the only ones to register Wed nesday when the school reopen ed under federal court orders split up in groups as small two and three in the huge brick building that can accommodate About 800 white children con tinued their classes downtown in a private system that utilizes churchesandother Their parents chose to keep them there rather than sei ExMayor Says Little Rock Exploited 19 UPI The former mayor of Little Wednesday charged he federal government iletely ignored his appeal for ederal marshals to maintain order in the integration crises of Woodrow Wilson Mann said le was present when former longressman Brooks Hays made a telephone call to Sherman Hays asked for imme diate shals this assistance of to maintain was mar but completely and absolutely Mann Mann said he then sent a tel egram 1957 asking for ederal troops to He said he considered this the only course It was evident to Mann that the federal gov ernment would exploit the Lit le Rock situation to the fullest The Justice Department had ample opportunity to handle his explosive situation in a much smoother Mann He he did not personally gree with the Supreme Court See Page 8 them back to the high school with the negro Warren County School Gasque said the million dollar high school could operate indefinitely with its small fac ulty and allnegro student Gasque he could not guarantee how effici ent the instruction would 19 UPI Voluntary assignment of four negro children to an allwhite school in Miami next fall has set the stage for a pitched battle in the 1959 Arrayed on one side will be Leroy Collins anJfWs ad visers on race relatioifc who favor On the Other side will be most of the leaders of the including tev eral prospective candidates for prepared to de See Page 9 Arrest Negro As Bomb Hoax Uncovers Dope 19 alerted through a freak set of circumstances in Welcome Eisenhower To Acapulco ft t5r Sir Cyprus Agreement Initialled BRITAIN TO KEEP BASES ON ISLAND Archbishop Is Brought Around To Zurich Pact 19 Turkey an representatives of Cyprus to day initialled an agreement tc establish an independent repub He of Turkish Foreign Ministe Fatim Zorlu disclosed the agree ment when he left a prime min sters conference where the fina compromise was worked out Zorlu signed the pact in plac of his ailing Prime Minister Adnan who was re cuperating from injuries receiv d in an airplane crash Tuesday The other signers were Prime Minister Harold Macmillan of Greek Premier Constan tine GreekCyprio Archbishop Makarios and Turk shCypriot leader Fazil Kut They had met for 65 minutes n Lancaster House at a climactii final session which approved i astminute compromise in the Zurich pack worked out earlier this month by Greece and The full terms were not re eased But the pact was understooi o provide sovereignty for a free barred from union with either Greece or Turkey Britain would maintain de fense bases there and both the Turkish would have The Zuriek Greek population veto power ove pact was worket volvlng a bomb boardei an airliner today and arrestec a passenger suspected of leav ng behind in New York a suit case full of A federal treasury agent anc local police entered the Capita Airlines propjet Viscount short y before 3 custody a Richard a negro who gave two New York addresses Alston was booked at loca police headquarters on suspicion of possession of Agents said he would be returned to New where federal au horities Wednesday night seizec a bag left behind in a baggage check resulting from the bomb and took int man identified John Washington public relations man for the said the bag contained 1 packages of which he estimated would be worth See Page Heart Breakthroughs Due By JOSEPH MYLER 19 Six experts today fore cast major breakthroughs against heart and blood vessel diseases in the next 10 years which will save thousands of They said extraordinary ad vances in the past decade fore fhadow even greater progress in jhe The prediction was made in a JL report to the first pf its by the American Heart Association and the Na ional Heart both just 0 years The six specialists presented papers on A Decade of Prog fess Against Cardiovascular Dis ase at an hourandahalf meet Ing attended by government physicians health LeRoy surgeon reneral of the Public Health sounded a note of cau lion in commenting on the pa He reminded that heart pnd blood vessel diseases kill more people than all other lauses of death combined and Disables countless Burney said he has no doubt that our researchers will one day begin to reduce the terrible statistics of heart but he said he was unable to pre dict whon or at what anc added I caution against the expectation of a sharp drop in the death Robert asso ciate director in charge of re search of the National Heart In stitute of the Public Health Here is a topical summary of what they reported diagnos tic Sprague have made it possible to apply new treatments to many more per He cited as as example the image which gives a brilliant view of the beating heart on a fluorescent screen with considerably reduc ed exposure of the patient to Surgery Phenomenal prog ress in this according to Debakey has made it possible to cure many conditions which only a few years ago were con sidered Aneurysms he ballonlngout and thinning of an artery can now be Debakey also cited replacement of diseased arteries with and other synthetic and open heart surgery made pos sible by heartlung He said only the limits of the imagination can restrict future High blood pressure Five categories of drugs have been developed for control of hyper Wilkins called this one of the greatest medical ad vances of the past decade White said the toughest problems in pre vention are still But he added that there is no rea son to we can pro tect our young and middleaged males by medi cines and other measures from the everincreasing threat of coronary heart White said highest research priorities should go to atherosclerosis hardening or clogging of the high blood and Inherited defects of the heart and blood Arteriosclerosis Page said science now knows that this of which atherosclerosis See Page 9 out between the prime ministers of Greece and Turkey after long negotiations between Britain and the governments hac resulted Britain eagerly approved the formula even though It meant the loss of a colony and more erosion of its Militarily Page 8 Only Partial Monday Holiday Due Corsicana Corsicana officials are nol agreed on a holiday in observ ance of George Washingtons birthday Washingtons birth day is But some folks are taking Monday the post office and Veterans Administration and Federal offices will be City offices will be Most courthouse offices will close for the four officials trict district clerk and court reporter have indicated their offices will be Of the sheriffs office and justice offices will remain open as According to the Retail Mer chants there been no indication that businesses will but at least county and dis has any SUSPEND POLICEMAN 19 James who has been driving a one man patrol was under suspension from the force to day following a smashup in his Officials ound he has no drivers Solon Collapses On House Floor North Texas Gets Heavy Snow COUNTY RESIDENTS BANK ACCOUNTS ABOVE AVERAGE NEW 19 SpU On the basis of money in th an index of economi the residents of Na varro County are in compara lively good financial shape Funds on deposit in the loca savings and commercia are at a high level Such are the findings arrive at after a nationwide survey o aank which was con ducted by the Federal Reservi Bank at the beginning of thi fiscal year July Data Spurlock Lists County Leaders In Heart Drive County Heart Fund Chairman Hubert Spurlock has announce he Heart Sunday chairmen anc assigned goals for several Na varro county Eacl yfcar more of the countys out lying towns have been jolnin this crusade against the hear and the response ha been This year Na varro countys goal for th Heart Fund is Heart Sunday chairmen an goals are as follows Bloom hg and Bol goal Mrs Fay goal Dawson Miss Valley Frost Frank goa Billy Bob goal Mrs Maries goal Rich Bud goa It is interesting to note tha See Page 9 Dies Thursday H Heart Attack Feb 19 Daniel Alden Reed R died today of a heart at The 83yearold congres lional veteran was stricken at Walter Reed Army Hospital here he had been under treat ment for 14 weeks for an infect d As ranking Republican and ormer chairman of the taxwrit ng House Ways and Means Com Reed was known best as n advocate of protective tariffs o fend off competition from orelgn He fought unsuccessfully for an Income tax cut in gainst the stand of the Eisen owcr and was bitter opponent of the excess rofits In one debate on a tariff rals ng an opponent said the leasure would contradict the merican foreign policy effort o strengthen and unify the free orld See Page 6 gathered from every par f the It for Navarro Coun y combined deposits I amount of Included in this total are tim deposits savings accounts o and demand deposit checking accounts amountin to The remainde represents interbank and gov ernmental The grand total on deposl locally marks a gain over th recorded by the Fed eral Reserve two years before when the previous biennia study was Much of this cash buildu1 was In savings I started when the talk of reces sion Many people com menced putting away money s that they would have fund See Page 8 Corsicana Will Host Meet Oi City Managers The North Texas City Man agers Association and the Eas Texas City Managers Assocla tion will hold joint busines meetings Friday in Corsicani at Kinsloe City Manager Morgan Work announced Thursday that 2i city managers of the two as sociatlons have made reserva tions for the 12 noon luncheon which opens the afternoon ses Each association hold monthly business conference to exchange information and dis cuss mutual city problems anc about every four months they meet in joint business session The meetings are rotated among the member A number of the city man agers will be accompanied to Corsicana by their wives who visit together while the men are in their business meeting Homer Ely of Gainesville Is Page 9 Jomnfo Seeking Deal Philippine Ambassador Carlos Romulo flew to Washington oday to press his governments demand for a billion dollar om ilbus claim against the United I go back to Washington to convey to the American people vhat I believe is the desire of ny people to update our rela ions with the United IB told newsmen the airporl before taking off Wednesday Romulo said that top Filipino ifficlals including President iarlos Garcia had assured im of support on the moves hat he would make upon his eturn to Former Vice President Admits Vote For Wallace Predicts Democrat Win By JAMES KJLGAIXEN SOUTH Wallace disclosed today that he voted or Dwight Eisenhower or President In The 70yearold former Dem ocratic vice president of the Jnited said he dos not enow whether he will vote Dem ocratic or Republican in I will be for the person who vill do a imaginative job in the foreign in the in erest of world Thats vhy I voted for Wallace said it looks inevl abie that the House and Sen ate will go Democratic in I dont see one chance n ten hat it will be he Will a Democratic president elected next year he was Not he The people are splitting up their votes on a nonpartisian basis more than It will de pend upon the personality of fered and the kind of a cam paign that Is Wallace merely smiled when it was suggested it was a sur prise to learn that a one time Democratic vice had voted for a Republican for I dont like to be bound by said Im a registered Independent and my wife is a registered I voted for Teddy Roosevelt in for Bob LaFollette in for Ai Smith in 1928 and for Eisenhowera in Wallaces unorthodox way of voting may be explained by the fact that his Henry Cantwell switched po litical affiliations in his The Senior Wallace was a Republican Secretary of Agri culture in the Harding and Coolidge administrations but an antipathy developed between him and Herbert Hoover and the Wallace family transferred to the Democratic The former vice president now is living contentedly aa a scientific vocation he his 110acre poultry farm near South called With him is his the for mer Ilo Browne of whom he married 44 years Wallace also is interested in cultivation of the soil and is almost as much an authority on the crossbreed ing of plants as her On the Wallace experi ments in the egglaying abili ties of chickens and also raises See Page 11 By The Associated Press Heavy snow fall moved Into North Texas Thursday after near the Okla homa reported the grounc was and it oontinuec to snow A heavy snow began falling at west of Fori in late fol lowing more than two hours of Temperature was 31 de gress at the but the snow melted as it The air in the Dallas area was filled with but most oi the snow melted as It hit the Earlier In the day snow flur ries had been reported as far south as Some sleel also fell during the night in the Lufkin area of the East Texas pine Wichita Falls reported over night light snow and 27degree Mineral Wells and Wink had light freezing rain and Shortly after Mona San Au gelo and Odessa reported freez ing At Odessa icing oc curred on windshields but not on the Dlght sleet fell at Stephen ville and in the Comanohe area Very light snow occurred dur ing the night at Amarifb Low temperatures during the night ranged from 21 at Ama rillo to 56 at Winter zeroed In on the na See Page 9 President Says Not In Favor Full Information 19 UPI President Elsenhower says he will not interfere with the judgment of the nations military and civilian chiefs as to what information should be withheld from the public for security He made the statement at his news conference Wednes day in answer to complaints hat his administration had a bad record for bottling up gov ernment He was told that people con cerned with freedom of infor mation would like to see him take the lead in correcting this The President replied that everybody seems to have ideas about how things should be particularly when they have 10 He said it is up to the joint chiefs of the state the national security council and the secretary of de ense to determine whether or not the item is really impor ant to national And he we See Page 11 19 ceedings of both houses of the 56th Legislature stopped today after the collapse of John veteran Dallas legis Both houses quit until Crosthwait was working at his his wife at his side when the unexpected attack came at Legislators working nearby said Crosth wait complained of feeling ill He said something about think Im going to blank Then he fell to the He was rushed to a hospital Speaker Waggoner Carr an nounced just before the House adjourned that Crosthwait was breathing House members said Croth wait had suffered heart ail ments He asked not to be given any committee assign ments this session because of his born has been a member of the House for nine Four bills were passed In the See Page 8 Pneumonia Hits Marshall PI Army doctors reported today that a slight spread pneumonia has complicated the treatment of tlicon suffered by George chief of medicine at Womack General Hospital said there has been no great change in Marshalls condi The extension of pneumonia complicates treatment of tho stroke to some extent but at present presents no said He said efforts to control the pneumonia have In creased by giving more peni cillin and adding chloramphenl He said Marshalls condition has not reached the critical He said that the 78yearold who suffered a second stroke was restless until about 2 to day but rested comfortably aft r Doctors had held hopes that Marshalls condition was stabili Monabans Store Robbed Oi gunman held up a su permarket In this West Texas own last night and police said he fled with The store manager Bob said the man entered at with a small cali ber pistol In his Stock still said he and two other em iloyes were In the The mndlt ordered one employe to the other then the loldup man tied the third work er before RED CARPET HEATMENT GIVEN IKE President Swaps Snow In Texas For Warm Clime 19 Eisenhower flew across the Rio Grande to this sunny resort city today to pay a getacquainted visit to Mexicos new Adolfo Lopez Lopez Mateos greeted ills northern neighbor at the air where a red carpet was spread for Eisenhower and his In Tropical Suit Elsenhowers the Col umbine left Bergstrom Air Jorce Base near Texas at and arrived at Five minutes later the Chief Executive stepped jauntily down the followed by his brother Milton The two presidential parties stood facing each other the NatJonal Anthems were Then wear ing a tan tropical advanced with outstretched hand to re ceive Lopez Mateos Review Honor Guard Lopez Mateos read a welcom ing address In to which Eisenhower replied Informally In saying that ever since the inauguration of the Mexican President last Dec I have wanted to coma to i my revieWct yv Hyvmr then rods ovei a strewn With red carnationp to tne Pierre Marques Hotel where See 8 Johnson Discuss Texas Items On Trip 19 Eisenhower chatted about Tex as problems with two of the states most Influential officials vhile making an overnight stop here en route to Results of the conversations vith Senate Majority Leader Johnson and Price Daniel may be revealed today r Friday from where Eisenhower meets Mexicos new Mexican officials have hinted hat an announcement of Im portance to Texas probably he goahead sign for Diablo 3am near Del Rio will loo made at the international meet We had a very delightful Johnson said about a ong conversation he had with he President aboard the Co umbino III en route to They are just sitting around was the way Press iecretary Jim Hagerty report d Daniels visit with Elsenhow r last night in a brick cottaga at Bergstrom AFB Austin Mayor Tom Miller also was here with Austin Congressman Homer Johnson and Thornberry re See TRIp7page Airliner Evades Military Jet 19 Capital Airlines jet rop Viscount with 34 passenera nd a crew of three had to ive suddenly today to escape collision with an Air Force the airline The incident took place at feet at 30 miles lortheast of a Japital spokesman The irllner was Flight 170 from At bound for Washington nd New The Robert Splnk f told corn any officials he was flying un er instrument flight rules hen the B47 appeared in front f approaching at a sligit Spink said he dove ie was unable to estimate how lose he came to the jet bomber ut said it was pretty close Several passengers were re orted shaken but none waft Capitals chief medical Ludwig ex rnined them after the plane anded here shortly after 11 Five continued on their way to ew York while the other 29 eplaned Air Force officials conferred with crew members of the air It was the second nearmiss incident of the Monday an Eastern Airlinea Electra en route from Chicago to Miami reported It had to dive to escape hlttln another B47 near The B47 later was Identified as be ing operated by a civilian pilot for the Lockheed Aircraft Corp on a special test Splnk said he radioed the federal air traffifc control cen ter at Atlanta immediately aft er the nearmiss ATC then Inrormed Splnk there were a number of B47a in the flying under visual flight rules and awaiting clear ance to higher a Capital official Splnk was unable to say whether the bomber Itself took evasive It happened so fast I diclnt see what the other guy was do he Splnk said his viscount wan doing about 320 miles an hour when the bomber appeared out of deadahead but at 11 slight He said he dove his airliner about 600 feet under the oil coming I dont think he even saw Spink Apparently unshaken by the Spink reported to Capitals operations office to make out a flight plan for a noon trip to Chicago on anoth er A new crew toolt Flight 170 onto New Negro Admits Starting Fire HOUSTON Police said today a negro has admitted starting a fire that caused 000 in damage to five downtown Police said the had been fired as a handyman at one of the stores recently and said he wanted to get even with the store Most of the fire damage was confined to Gray son Four other stores received smoke and water damage early   

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