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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - March 4, 1959, Corsicana, Texas f 4 THE WEATHER cloudy and through Thursday cooler tonight and Thursday with a few thunderstorms late today low tonight In Thermometer Readings 8 9 110 11 I 121 i I 2 52 55 59 62 64 67 71 Oompleta Weather Beuort on Market Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Morning lidhtff LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW March ed profit corporates nearby positions CHICAGO Wheat ex ports and Corn higher scattered Oats Mostly higher with to 25 cents lower top CattleSlaughter steers steady to 50 cents higher top 231 MARCH 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Ike Wants Attack Possibility Kept HushHush Khrushchev Again Demands German Treaty I I i SOLUTIONS IN WAR FOR LUNATICS Employs Leipzig Visit To Spread Peace Propaganda East Germany March Soviet Pre mier Nikita Khrushchev to day renewed his demand for an BastWest conference to con clude a peace treaty with Ger The Soviet leader insisted that German reunification can be about only through agreement between the two Ger man That is the only way to peace ful he told a mass rally of Communists In this East German IShrushchev arrived here fresh from talks with Prime Minister Harold Macmillan in He said in a speech al k the airport that the talks had been useful and that both sides the others attitude better Disputes will not be settled by he Only luna tics can seek solutions in But in his speech at Wilhelm Leuschner Square in Leipzig the Soviet premier promptly re Page 11 See Hail Briion As West Alliance Key March Miriister Harold Macmillan was hailed in Britain today as the new leader of the Western al British observers said his visit to Moscow had made him the Wests key figure in the fu ture dealings with the Soviet Union on the issues of Ger many and West i on his return said Britain should try to find a way The London Times comment ed With tile American head of state a declining the German chancellor an unhappy and the French president fully preoccupied with other the re sponsibility falling on the British prime minister to lead the alliance sensibly and yet strongly in the weeks ajiead is The Liberal News Chronicle bluntly Macmillan arriv ed back in London from the So viet Union and straightaway as sumed the leadership of the The Dally Telegraph said Macmiilan was in a better po sition than any other Western statesman to assess the Soviet The skill and cool good sense he has shown in Moscow puts Macmillan in an enviable position of authority with See Page 7 To 7ht Sun HOW SPACE PROBE IS DUE TO SDSS MOON drawing indicates how the little space probe called Pioneer IV la due to fly past the according to preliminary estimates by ilft At lift r Early estimates were that the 13 pound cone would miss the moon by continuing toward the sun and into orbit around the The drawing is necessarily not to AP Wirephoto Chart Pioneer Nears Moon Goal March 4 IV hourly soar ed nearer the moon today and he moment when it becomes a true planet of the The capsule of scientific1 instruments reached an altitude of miles above the earth at 1 and was clipping1 along at 639 miles an At that hour lit had completed over five sixths of its flight toward a late afternoon rendezvous with the The National Aeronautics and Space Administration said the space EST launched Tuesday ape will reach he point of its nearest approach o the moon at At that time it will be miles above the It will e miles from the plus or minus the NASA The Goldstone tracking sta on Californias Mojave which lost contact with he pintsized artificial planet late Tuesday because of the earths picked again at it up But Pioneer IVs timetable was set When the Satellite vas launched from Cape Cana early sci See Page 7 m OLICE TOO SLOW March 4 failed to promptly Tuesday when an angry housewife called demand ng they remove a skunk car ass from her back A ihort time after the a tiong odor pervaded police There was a fiead skunk outside the office Street Marker Bids Authorized City Commission Tuesday authorized the advertisement for bids for strewi name mark ers for Corsicanas approx imately 750 The city has set up in its current years budget for this In authorizing the city man ager to advertise for the commission instructed that amount of money available be taken in consideration in de termining the number of marker assemblies to be since the city also will have the expense of buying pipe for use as Displays Samples City Manager Morgan Works showed pictures of street marker assemblies from a magazine of a manufacturer in addition to sample signs on exhibit in his noting that it is best to have two sets of marker signs to the intersection on diagonal but price may An assembly constitutes name signs for the two streets of the The commission also indicated that it wanted the markers additionally to show the block Tuesday could almost have been described as City Attorney Johnny Chirafls day as much of the business pertained to re ports he had been asked to sub mit or ordinances he had been See Page 10 Red Cross Now Seeking County Drive Leaders The Red Cross fund campaign planning committee was called on Wednesday for prompt ac tion toward solving late arising leadership complications in the important Rural County Towns Campaign Chairmen J i m of business hut had been Stephenson informed the plan ning group that George chairman of the east side county had asked to be relieved of the assignment for personal family reasons Likewise Wilburn west side county also had asked to be relieved due to heavy press prevailed upon to continue with the promise of aid from the committee in setting up his The divisions two chairmen are responsible for all the towns and communities in their respec tive halves of the which entails getting individual fund chairmen in the various com See RED Page 11 Vital To School Students By CLYDE MURRAY Daily Sun Staff In a recent speech in Corsi Billie wellknown author and defender of modern public school said the key to improving schools is she should be both by their parents and Pupils need to know why they are going to school they should be guided in the selection of their Although guidance programs on wide scale are relatively they have become a vital part of many school As far back as James Bryant then and now one of the nations foremost authori ties on public school said tnut Really effective guid ance is the keystone of the arch of a widespread education al system dedicated to the principle i equality of Conant is still repeating this and more and more it is being echoed by public As they help observe Public Schools Week this Corsi cana public schools pride them selves in a guidance pro Just what ic guidance and what part does it play Corsicana high school defines it thus The object of a high school guidance program Is not to give a student the answers to his ed ucational and vocational prob rather it seeks to provide him with directional stabilizers by which he can provide his own Most teenagers want to seek their own but they do not have a welldeveloped sense of educational and voca tional Guidance seeks to develop that sense of direc Why are guidance programs being stressed today more than ever before According to Joe counselor for the high there are many But the most important one is that a changing world is demanding more of students as they prepare to take their place of According to it is not the purpose of the guidance services to supplant parental The main he is to work in close co operation with The counselors real job is not to make the choice for the a realistic choice for Seale as Seale both parents and including specialized are charged with the Here in high vision ed educators and laymen are not just awakening to the need for a good guidance program Strides to provide students with an improved and more mean ingful guidance system have been taken since the program was instituted some time At the high for in a new auxiliary school library has been con taining authentic and uptodate information on future job pos sibilities and college opportuni A part of the school coun selors the library has be come a hopeful source of in formation for students as well as according to Coun selor Nationally standardized given as a part of the local guid ance have worked miracles for teachers in laying bare the areas of weaknesses in the teaching program and pin pointing the needs of the in dividual An important fact in the test but to help him makefing program is that the results do not determine the students grades they are used only as a guide by the teachers in de termining in what areas the students need the most assist The testing program is strong ly endorsed by the administra tion and the school In Corsicana public the counseling program has been so successful that coun selors have been assigned to the junior high schools for the first time this High schools have fulltimo counselors while the junior highs at present have parttime All work closely with their respective One of the most active time of the year for these persons is during when pupils need to be guided in the selec tion of their But the guidance program does not end It is canled on through the school To further implement the growth of the a special guidance study commission was recently appointed by Wil liams as a part of a statewide study commission on The seven persons who have served on the committee are See Page 10 Macmillan Urges Fullback Study Favor New 4Year Schools TREASURY UNHAPPY OVER COURT DEPLETION RULING March Treasury Depart ment has asked Congress to stop the courts from granting unreasonable tax savings to oil and gas industry under the controversial 27 12 per cent depletion Treasury Secrtary Robert Anderson sent Congress a draft of proposed legislation to over turn a ruling by a federal judge which gave a new liberalized interpretation of the Tax law permits the indus try to deduct from its taxable ncorne 27 12 per cent of the gross value of its The Treasury has computed the value of the gas and oil at the But the federal judge held that the allowance could be computed as a percentage of the value of refined petroleum Detroit Police To Integrate Or Quit Force DETROIT Detroits lice trafficticketing slowdown strike gave signs of tapering off There has been a threeday demonstration against orders Tor integration of twoman scout car Officials blamed the slowdown on Issuing traffic violation tick ets on what they called a few extremists among white traf fic duty officers of the man Commissioner declaring Herbert racial Integra tion of the force was here to ordered compliance or The Detroit Police Officers condemned the strike as a violation of duty It pledged support to the integra ion Headquarters increase in the eted motorists Tuesday after reported a big number of tick on late shifts the warning by Editors To Hear Castro NEW March Premier Fidel lastro will visit the United Stat April American 17 to address the Society of Newspaper it was reported It will be Castros first trip to this country since he appeared Miami and in the summer of 1956 to raise money for his rebel George Healy presi Jent of the editors said lere he had received definite ac ceptance from Castro to speak products after crude gas has been processed in a cycling The Treasury has asked the Fifth Circuit Coint of Appeals to reverse the which was handed down at on in a case involving La Gloria Oil and Gas Treasury officials said the proposed legislation was needed as Insurance against the tradi See Page 11 Hearing Bares Plan To Import Venezuela Oil March 4 American Asphalt plans to import barrels of Vene crude oil daily for mak ing asphalt effective Texas Amer his be ican firms plans in fore testifiedin favor disclosed testimony road shipping rates inland from Texas ns asked by Anchor Petroleum of Anchor asked for a rate of 20 cents per hundred pounds of petroleum as compared to the present rate of 38 cents per Humble Oil Refining Cosden Petroleum Lion Oi American Kerr McGee Oil Industries and the Texas Industrial Traffic League opposed the rate They argued rate cut would furthci cripple domestic oil Clements said his opponents were He said the crude which his company wll purchase from Creole Petroleum Venzeulas largest producer See Page 11 March 4 House took action The today to make fouryear colleges of Ar lington State and Tarleton State despite protests of a greatly outnumbered economy A bill to maka Arlington State a fouryear Institution was passed and sent to the Sen ate by a voice A bill to make Tarleton Stale at Stephenville a senior college was temporarily approved 81 39 hut no attempt was made to bring it up for final passage to Attempts to postpone action on both bills were soundly de Similar bills have been ap proved by Senate committees on the regular debate and are The Senate spent most of the morning on routine motions and passed six uncontested Leaverton of Evant told the House that the Tarleton State bill would not become effective before This will give us time to get out from under our financial he AH efforts to amend the Ar lington State bill were An amendment offered by Alonzo Jamison of Denton to limit Arlingtons senior college to rVff in engi maUieii science end business administration lost by a voice vote Nine Cemeteries Ox Strike NEW March A thousand gravediggers and other workers In nine cemeteri es were called out on fttrlke to Pay for gravedlggers In the nine struck cemeteries has been a The union said It had offered to accepl a week during the firsl year of a proposed contract and during th second best offer The union said the by the cemeteries was and KNITTERS BATTLE March were called to subdue a fight Tuesday night among six members of a knit ting The row stemmed at the groups annual meeting from an argument as to which n member had the finest JANDS a week in a Battle Brian Keith still refuses to part with his Any attempt to remove as tried by Rex Di rector of been met with tears and a determined hold on his Brian has been hospitalized for a leg AP Wirephoto i See Page T Lifile Heavy Snowfall Due To Hit Texas By Thei Associated Press A heavy snowstorm warning has been issued for the Oklaho ma Panhandle but if of the snow was drift Into expected to The weather observer at Am may arillo said a few flakes fall in the upper Texas Pan handle hut that will be about all of the storm to reach Tex The weather bureau said ac cumulations up to four inches of snow were expected in the Okla homa A half Inch of snow had fallen at midmorn ing at Boise in the western part of Oklahoma Winds in gusts up to 50 miles an hour and some dust were pre The storm was part of a low pressure area moving Thunderstorms were expected to dot the east and north por tions of Texas late Temperatures as low as 20 de grees were forecast for the up per Texas with a 35dcgrce reading See Page 7 at March 4 UPI Prime Minister Harold Mac millan called on the West to study the possibility of a parti al pullback from Central Europe to prevent Macmillan told the House of Commons he and Soviet leaders had a useful and constructive discussion on the subject of limiting nuclear and convention forces in an area of Central I think it is one of the mat further all the ters which must be studied together with countries he This obviously would include the the United largest number which has of troops stationed in Western The first Indication that Mac millan and Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev had discuss ed such a proposal came in Tuesdays communique ending the 10day Russian trip of the British Prime nuclearfree zone for Cen tral Europe first was proposed by Foreign Minister Adam Rapacki of His plan has been rejected in the past by the See Page 7 Fear Bolivian Funeral Hay Spark Violence March antiAmerican dem onstrations were feared today when students turn to at tend the funeral of a youth kill ed In Mondays riotous protest against a Time magazine arti The situation has eased some and official here hoped there will be no repe tition of the violence which has killed two Bolivians and injured a number of others in the past two No Americans have been The United States has de manded protection for lives and The first Isidore Con dori was killed when students clashed with unidenti fied gunmen here Monday He was to be burled and students organizations have call Seo Page 7 Wants Reckless Driving Clear March 4 IP Louis Anderson of Midland in troduced a bill today to clarify reckless driving The bill would make It a mla lemeanof for anyone to drive in1 willful or wanton disregard for the safety of persons or Anderson said the confusion over the present law arose In 1949 when the Court of Criminal Appeals held unconstitutional a part of the law where a motorist accused of driving without due caution or FAVORS NO MOBILIZING AT PRESENT Says Air Alert May Be Necessary At Future Date Mtirch 4 Elsenhower warned today against war scare talk stemming from EastWest sayingthe nations de fenses are powerful and satis factory for the The President said it was true that the United States was forc ed by Russian propaganda and vituperation to live in a half world of peace and But he thought it was unwise to de vote so much public discussion to the possibility of this country suffering some form of Measures Adequate speaking specifi cally of the Strategic Air Com mand said ha saw no present need for an airborne alert with bombers constantly But he thought the day come when such an alert would be For the ha said em measures taken by the Defense Department era completely View Challenged Even as Eisenhower mads his news conference Daniel Flood a member of the House Defense See Page 10 West Envoys Consider War Danger Serious By RONAXD THOMSON March Western diplomats In Moscow consider that Soviet Premier Ni klta Khrushchev has reached a point of no return In his Ger man British Prime Minister Harold these diplomats learned in his visit that the So viet Is in deadly ear nest about carrying out his pro claimed policy to write a sepa rate peace treaty with East Ger many and give the East German Communists control lied supply lines to of the West Ber But Macmillan made It equal ly clear to Khrushchev that the Western Allies will not budge an Inch without provision for proper a British source Some diplomats believe the Western Allies face one of the toughest periods of postwar dip lomacy in the weeks Tho immediate task Is to avoid a major international cris is in which errors on either sldo could stumble the world Into said one Western ambas Another Western envoy said ho had advised his government several times that there is a very serious danger of war In the political conflict over Ger manys See Page 7 Spot Reservist Inequities March 4 UPI Chairman Richard Russell of the Senate Armed Services Committee said today there are a great many nequities in the treatment of former servicement who are re quired to join reserve Russell said in the course of hearings on a proposed four year extension of the draft law his committee may try to ake some William Harri son president of the Nation al Guard suggested of reserve act provisions require persons who have served two years as draftees or voluntary enlistees to Join active reserve Russell noted that some men to small communities not required to drill and at end Rummer reserve encamp uents because there are no or ganized units in their He said there is not only In but a degree of dis irimination in such He said he had instructed the committee staff to draw up an amendment along lines suggcst d by Other congressional develop nents Civil Rights Chairman Emanuel Celler of the House Judiciary said the executive branch of the government must be given re sponsibility for enforcing school Ho said experience has shown It is not satisfactory to leave enforcement up to the federal Cellar made the statement at the opening of Civil Rights hearings before the Judiciary subcommittee which he also He predicted both the subcommittee and full com mittee will approve a bill this Labor Labor Secretary James Mitchell suggested the KemiedyErvin labor reform bill might bar unions from picket ing to enforce wage He told two House Labor sub committees he felt that pro visions against shakedown pickets in a legitimate He picketing might be construed by the courts to outlaw use of requested approval of the ad ministrations antiracketeering including provisions to curb picketing and boycott Space a satellite told the House Space Committee the United States could put Into orbit a worldwide satellite communica tions network within a He said It would enable the voice of America to beam that could not be jammed from behind the Iron James Fulton said the National Space and Aeronau tics Administration should im mediately push ahead with such a Insurance The Senate Fi nance Committee was urged to revise the Houseapproved In surance tax bill to give small companies a better John president of the Union Central Life Insurance Cin suggested this be done by increasing the deduction for some 600 companies with less than five million dollars in as Farm The Democratic lead ership In Congress was reported sympathetic to a proposal to In vestigate Agriculture Secretary Ezra Taft Bensons multimil lion dollar farm support and ex port Both Senate and House Democrats have been quietly considering the Inquiry for several Some Demo crats want a special investiga tion centered on the growing cost of storing surplus In congressional developments late Tuesday James Davis said the announcement See Pagf 7
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