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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - February 26, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL cloud iness through Friday with scattered show ers and thundershowers no important tem perature Thermometer Headings 8 9 10 11 i 12 1 I 53 55 87 58 59 60 61 Complete Weather Keport on Market flJHomeofthe Daily Sunand SemiWeekly Mornina lid LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW ed selective gov ernments hold mill CHICAGO short short Oats Higher with to 50 cents higher top Cnttle Slaughter steers steady to strong top AP TELEMATS 226 1959 SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENTS ANGRY George an angry mother of one of the pupils at Bart lett High School near who was epanked by the tries to make point with John who administered the In the center la Labraum one of the recipients of the The action was at an informal meeting in off Ice of Sessions Judge Willard who told the mothers he would not issue an assault warrant against the AP Wirepholo Parents With Guts Needed Recently In a series of guest appearlances with Arthur Godfrey on folk humorist Sam Levenson made some unusually out spoken comments on the moral laxity of todays teen a former teacher and a parent him Was made a successful career of poking good nat fun at family life in general and foibles of children in But the following dispatch he is dead serious as he tells what he thinks is wrong with the present day teenager parent relation By SAM Written1for Cililted Press International I dont deny kids pleasure God bless I want them all to have But I also hate to see them getting killed or se duced in cars and getting into all kinds of And the sta tistics are that they do get into a lot of What to do about it The par ents have got to the guts to be It takes a little courage to face up to kid when you know he is Our A own parents had rules and reg ulations for I dont say they t were always But there were simple we knew what they were and and most of the time we followed You either went to school and did a good job or you went to If you went to college you waited to get married at least till you were If you wanted a car or a raccoon coat about rich but average kids of average you worked to get the money for Sometimes you could make sometimes you the kid starts with a car which is given him for no good reason evcept he wants it and all the other fellows have He cant go out on a Saturday night unless theres a Theres a bus that pass es his house a block or two but he wont take He must have the The trouble with todays teenagers Is they expect every thing in life Weve tried to make our kids happy by See Page 7 Army Chief Lists Military Problems SAN the prepare to fight Sec Maxwell Tay Army Chief of Staff used four questions today to outline Americas principal mil itary problems in the battle against In an address before the world affairs council of Northern Cal ifornia Taylor said the prob lems were of ivnr shoukl Means Sought To Continue Highway Cash 26 Democrats sought today some method of continuing work on he new superhighway system national witthout increasing the federal gasoline Chairman Pat McNamara D said the Senate Public Roads Committee would ask suggestions from administration witnesses at public hearings on progress of the road Called as witnesses were Ber tram federal high way and John not talking under secretary of com merce for A Bureau of Public Roads spokesman told a reporter in Advance of the hearing that not a penny of the 212 billion dol lars scheduled to be allocated to the states for the superhigh way network this summer could se apportioned without a change n the The highway trust fund will begin to run a deficit in fiscal 1960 starting this July If no apportionments are made this no new contracts could be let except in states which have not used up their previous The fed writnesses at public hearings on of the cost of the Migrants Get Help By BOB BARNES LAS farm workers who traveled hundreds of miles des perate for a day only to find neither work nor shel had brighter prospects to They could thank a compassionate man in black For days Richard they had barely enough food to keep women and children camped in the along ditch without protection from winter rains and freezing night temp They took their drinking wa ter from irrigation ditches used by Many of their chil dren were Cotton crop failures in Ari zona threw the people out of They heard rumors crops were ready to b picked in Ne vadas Moapa Valley near Over 65 miles northeast of Las Hopefully 300 They found the they headed harvest late and farmers housing already bulging with hundreds of other workers who follow the Until the radish and to mato crops there would be far more workers than jobs The only thing these people have to bargain with is their says Father a Roman Catholic He visited the workers camps in a borrowed with meager offerings of food and clothing he has collected from For a week State Labor Com missioner George Jolly was on the sent by Grant Sawyer largely at the urging of Father It was a bad but I think things are in pretty good shape Jolly said See Page 11 NEW TRICK FOUND 26 Bill a clerk at a grocery store has en countered a new kind of shop Welch said some shop per has been switching wrap pers from oleomargarine cubes to butter Welch said he has to check all wrappers on butter sold in the what kind of military forces are needed to fight such wars how can we best employ our new weapons with in these forces And finally how can we raise and equip these forces within the limita tions of foreseeable budgets Taylor place the United States should be pre pared to wage WJUM levels situations short ol ral and finally in general war By a situation short of gen eral we mean one in which the USSR is not directly en gaged and in which the stake is less than our he See Page 11 Heart Campaign Reaches Receipts in the Navarro Coun ty Heart campaign Thursday morning totaled in the quota Hubert general re While the campaign Is sched uled to be concluded in Febru reports still are incomplete from some of the communities outside of and no re ports have been received from several substantial donors in previous It was stressed that persons can still mail in their contribu tions in the envelopes left at their homes by the volunteer workers Federal Judge Caustic About Postal Charge 26 Judge Joe Ingraham sharply criticized federal investigators Wednesday as he freed a mail carrier charged with taking money from a The Judge spoke out after accepting a defense motion for acquittal of Rufus who was indicted 3 for taking four bills from an envelope mailed to the West Texas Methodist I want to comment that this a poorly prepared th Judge Im not speaking of the Attorneys Im speaking of the Post Office De We hear a lot of public rela tions about the infallibility of our government bureaus the Post Office the FBI and T men and these and those Ingraham said But I find that what most of them want to do is in some way or unother get a confession and thats their I want o discourage the filing of these kind of cases in this Judge said he did not think he could submit the case to the Jury as long as there was only a reasonable probability that the man tooU he Lindsey testified that a office employe hit him a couple judo chops to the body while trying to get a The postal investigation start ed when church officials report See Page 7 i Moscow Parley Loses Amiability r iir ft Sir iS i f iJf iSf ft Arrows Spark Debate 120 COUNTIES OPPOSED TO SUCH HINTS Hardeman Blasts Arrogance Of Officers 26 axes and bows and arrows pro vided most of the excitement n the Legislature The Senate went its sedate way but the House was differ Not an eyelid was blinked hen Oliver intro duced a proposed new tax on soft drink syrup and but when his bill to provide a separate hunting season for archers came up for the atmosphere Arguments Futile Oliver tried to convince rep resentatives it would be safer and more convenient to let the bow and arrow hunters have an open season on turkey and iayelina before gun hunters ook to the That way the bow hunters wont be picking up a stray bullet now and he said Theres nothing in the law now to keep these bow and ar row men from leasing their own See Page 12 Panel Agrees Better Airport Is Needed Here The Chamber of Commerce aviation committee Thursday reaffirmed some reach ed by the panel the past sev eral namely that Corsi cana needs a better a lew airport in a location closer to and one that is set up aermanently to grow along with while at the same time helping stimulate that Hubert Humphrey D today was reported plan ning to ask for a senate Investi gation of government bungling in the billion dollar farm price support Humphreys informed sources was to pave the way for senate consideration of a new farm program he is draft ing with Herman Tal It was also conceded that be ore such a goal could material ZP people in general will have o be sold on the desire for the airport as the individual members of the committee al ready are and that accom plishing this project must be sought on a longrange Chairman Jack McKinney and Mayor Tom Eady reminded the panel that city airport is now operating on a yeartoyear ease and as a private enter The city leases the land from the from yearto and in turn leases the air sort to an operator who man ages Mayor Eady recalled that the city had gone into this type operation two years ago when it was determined the airport was costing the municipality an See Page 7 FRENCH JET FAST new Griffon jet tighter has set a record for speed over a closed avia tion officials here said The Griffons if con would supersede the mark for the dis tance set recently by Ameri cas African Extremists Claim Farm Income Higher HUMPHREY SEEKING PROBE GOVERNMENT madge and several other Before the bill is a congressional aide some Democrats feel they should first try to let the public know what is involved in the cost of farm price supports and the storage of governmentowned surplus Policeman Is Charged With RapeSlaying NEW 26 A police officer and his compan ion were charged today in the rapeslaying of a 60yearold Police said Viola Mir nmn of Brooklyn was dragged into a car beaten with fists and raped and abandoned in a parking A tip to authorities led the arrest Wednesday niglvt of tii 26 and Thomas a truck Deputy Police Commissioner Walter Arm said who off admitted beating the but denied raping Rogers accused Murtha of the Murtha also denierl raping but told of beating Rogers and Murtha were charged with rape and Rogers was sus pended from the Airlines Next In Hofia Plans MIAMI 26 Teamsters President Jimmy Hoffa and his top aides huddled today over plans to ex tend the big truckers union from the highways to the Hoffa said the union hopes to begin immediate organization of the new air freight getting in at the ground Well want to handle every thing from the truck to the he We already represent the truckers who take the merchandise to the and when the new companies start well want the cargo the the check ers and the billers to be Team ster The Teamsters won their first major victory in Washington Wednesday in a campaign to organize airline ground The Teamsters won over four other unions in an election to bargain collectively for 861 stock clerks of Pan American World Humphrey may propose the in vestigation to senate Democratic eader Lyndon Johnson next If Johnson gives his Humphrey is expected to offer a senate resolution to authorize and finance the Under the Humphrey Tal madge farmers would get direct government support pay ments covering the gap between market prices and fair earning power parity prices on part of their Senators Fight Giving Mexico Edge On Cotton 26 Two Southern senators movec today to oppose what they term ed State Department pressure on the Agriculture Department to alter the cotton export pro gram so ns to aid Mexican cot ton James Eastland D sent telegrams to the State Department and the White Fulbrlght D chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations also took tin the matter with State Department The two aides In the face of reports that the State Department is exercising pressure on the Agriculture De partment as a result of President Eisenhowers recent trip lo Mex The President has said he will review policy to see how it affects Aides said the cotton See Page il Playwright Is Stroke Victim 26 Prize winner play wright Maxwell Anderson was described as in very serious condition today at Stamford He was taken to the hospital this morning after suffering a a Stamford resi Is the author of numerous including The Bad High The Eve of and Both Your with which he won the Pulitzer Plight Tickles GOP Michigan Meets Payroll Crisis UPI Big business helped Democratic Governor Men nen Williams ease Michigans cash crisis enough so todays state payroll could be But there was some question as to how much help he wouK get in the OOPcontrolled Legis scene of a Democratic walkout and a near fistfight when means of averting fiscal collapse were debated Wednes Michigans major n answer to a 29 plea by Williams for aid in this tJuly critical emergency which con ronts all of advanced about 35 million dollars in payments not due until The some of which ook borrowing by the firms surprised vho had hoped for about 28 mil ion General Motors President bhn noting Michi gans unsual ent along 13 million dollars in the belief that it will serve the best interests of the state and its Payments were still coming in as late as early this the latest being a check from Standard Oil State Treasurer Sanford Brown told some lawmakers the state might remain solvent until around May he warned the early payment will make the crisis all the more severe this spring unless further stop gap measures are often accused by Republicans of being hostile to offered this expla nation for the states plight in his plea to businessmen The national recession has caused a drastic fall off in rev enue from state but there was no accompanying de cline in the population of our mental or In the num ber of public school Or in the welfare case Quite the all of these costs have gone up while revenues and the See Page 7 conseqeunce Is that our deficit by the end of the fiscal year June 30 will total 110 million considered a 1960 White House said fur ther emergency measures were needed to keep the state out of bankruptcy until new taxes can be The 48yearold Democratic executive wants the Legislature to cither mortgage the veterans trust fund or allow the people to vote on Increasing the states debt now only The House considered the plans At one Democrats accused the GOP of trickery and stalked out of the After the session Dearborn Democrat William H Thome was restrained as he advanced toward Port Huron Republican Harry Phillips who had called him an uncom plimentary Republicans are making po Agriculture De partment reported today the average American farmer made more money last year than in any year since The net income per person on farms from all sources rose 10 per cent in 1958 to a record This was 9 per cent above the previous high of per capita in Realized net farm the money left over after pro duction expenses are paid totaled last up 21 per cent from The department said total net includes chang es in inventory at the end of the 22 per cent to Larger cattle supplies and In creased stocks of wheat and corn on farms at years end re sulted in a substantial increase in farm inventories for the sec ond consecutive Gross farm income in 1958 was up 10 per cent to a record exceeding the previous peak of set in 1951 when tho Korean War boom sent prices received by farmers to record The realized Sec Page 7 Final Is Taken On Charter Vote Final notion was taken Wed nesday by the city commission in calling the election on April 7 at which voters will he given the opportunity to accept or re ject the new charter ns drafted by the elected 15mcmber char ter Meeting In special session at 2 the commis sion passed on second and final reading the ordinance setting the date for the out liningtho voting polling places and Polls will be open from R until 7 with voting stations as follows Ward 1 Negro Community Foley presiding judge Ward 2 Station 2 West Thir teenth Murchl presiding judge Ward John pre siding judge Ward presiding Judge Ward Station 4 North Beaton presiding Copies of the charter will be mailed out to all qualified vot ers after the full ordinance was published in the Daily so that each citizen may study Its full Soccer Star Ends Negroes Robbery Spree LOS 28 UPI A soccer football star ended a 36hour robbery spree of a bandit trio today when he kill ed one of the robbers and criti cally wounded The third man An hour after the trio pistol whipped seven patrons in a bar and fled with shortly be fore they entered a liquor store attended by Eber hardt of the Los Angeles Kickers soccer A lookout remained Tommie Eugene a was killed when Herz opened fire with a Wilfred of was near death at General Hospital with a bullet wound in the left eye and one In the back as a re sult of Herz accurate Herz told police one of the bandits held a shotgun and the other a luger pistol when they walked in and asked for all the bills and When they demanded three bottles of Scotch Herz said he put the Scotch In a bag and walked toward then grab bed a caliber revolver from under the I saw my he and shot first at the one in front who shielded me from the bandit armed with the Then I shot Herz See page 11 Southern 26 gov ernment of this British terrl ory outlawed the African Na tional Congress today and aunched a wholesale roundup of its Up to 500 negroes reported under The Prime Sir Ed far declared a state of emergency to prevent the spread of nationalist unrest to Southern Rhodesia where a white minority runs a prosper ous The unrest is backed by the congress in neigh boring Nyasaland Is a protectorate united with Northern and Southern Rhodesia in the Cen tra African Federation of the British Whitehead announced In mid morning that raiding squads had rounded up between 250 and 500 persons who had been causing trouble by trying to un dermine the loyalty of African employes of the He expected the arrests to be completed by The prime minister said the efforts of the group to alienate the African employes has been In See Page 7 Report Soviets Are Stockpiling Vital Materials The Soviet Union and its allies arc stockpilingmedicines and strategic raw materials with the Berlin crisis and probably others In an Austrian news paper said The Soviets and their satel lites doing the same thing they did before they started the Korean War in wrote Wer ner a specialist on Eastern bloc affairs in a sur vey for the Salzburgor Nach New Soviet adventurous schemes can be scented behind the surprisingly large Eastern stockpiling purchases in world markets in recent There is a great similarity between these and the major Soviet pur chases of copper and fuel before the start of the Korean Collins Favors Race Restraint 28 Leroy Collins said today that both politicians and the press should quit talk ing about racial The time has come for exer cise of considerable Collins He refused to comment on a segregation manifesto signed by some members of the Florida legislature because this whole subject is no fraught with emo tion and so subject to unsound and it ils so likely that any statement would be received in a different light than it was FINAL TALK FOR MONDAY Khrushchev Gets Berlin Warning From Macmillan By HENRY SHAFIRO Minister Harold Mac millan held a firni negotiating session with Premier Nikita Khrushchev in Moscow today and then flew to There was no sign of hopes for solution of the Berlin Tisis Sagged Summary Left British sources said that for all practical purposes the Anglo Soviet summit talks were fin although there will be a final token session Monday to draft a summarizing communi The amiability of the first few days has one Western official Macmillan warned Khrush chev Wednesday night that any Soviet move in Berlin against the West could lead to a dangerous Russia Adamant There was no sign Russia would budge from Its demands that the West give up its occu pation rights In Berlin and acv cept Communist East German control of the routes to and from the and Khrushchev tha Kremlin confer ence this morning without apparent After the MaqmiUan flew to this the ralne Republic to begin tha phase of his Soviet Khrushchev had been sehcd See Page H m Luce Is Nominated For Brazilian Post 26 President Elsenhower today nominated Clara Soothe former Am bassador to to be Ambas sador to The White House announced that the nomination of Luce had been sent to the Sen ate for wife of Henry oditorinchief of Time and Life retired as Ambassador to Italy because of Illness brought on by accidental The President named Luce to succeed Ellis Briggs In the Brazilian There was no Immediate an nouncement as to where a top career would bo assigned But there was some indication he might be named ambassador to Luce was appointed am bassador to Rome in She resigned in 1956 because of an Illness traced to arsenic poison ing from paint flaking off tho embassy Elsenhower told Luce at tho time that he hoped the gov See Page 7 Industry Uses Atoms By JOSEPH MYLER 26 metal workers couldnt get along without Brewers and bakers uso The amount of glue on your postage stamps was determined by It is the Industrial not to be confused with the military atom or the atom that runs nuclear power It Is only 12 years but In its short life It has saved more than a billion Some of the industrial atoms exploits were related to the congressional Atomic Energy Committee by George vice president of the Industrial Nucleonics of Industrial use of radioactive byproducts of the atomic energy started a dozen years ago and has been booming ever Instruments employing these socalled radloisotopes are now used in thousands of processes to provide more accurate meas urements and automatic con trols than were ever feasible be With about measurement control systems now in sav ings are estimated In tho neigh borhood of 300 million dollars annually in raw materials The Atomic Energy Commis sion has estimated total savings at half a billion a year and has predicted savings of a annually In the near Foster told of one steel mill which saves a year with a thickness gauge which cost only A watch man ufacturer usea a similar gadget to roll alloys to 12S millionth of an Inch In The average human hair Is 20 times Tire makers and the plastics Industry are among others ser ved by the Industrial Tha Federal Bureau of Engraving Printing uses it for measure ment and control of the amount of glue applied to postage It also controls the amount of water in fruit juice concentrate and the amount of dough in cracker It monltora machines which pack food in Breweries are using radiation beams in inspectionrejection systems to see that beer cans are filled to just the right lev   

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