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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - March 11, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL to partly clou dy through Thursday colder tonight with low in Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 I 11 I 12 I 1 I 2 52 53 54 56 58 59 60 Complete Weather Report on Market HJHomeof the DailySunandSemiWeekly Mornintf LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW March 11 electronics in er corporates near by CHICAGO steady May declines on late nearby contracts with to 25 cents lower top Cattle Slaughter steers mostly steady top 237 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Ike Demands Higher Taxes For Better Defense Ground Forces Cant Win AllOut Europe War PRESIDENT SAYS BERLIN WAR FOOLISH Predicts Long Tension Period Ahead For March 11 UPI President Eisenhower flatly today the United States could not win an all out war in Europe with ground forces and he would resort to other fn eluding nuclear weapons hostilities Eisenhower told his newi con ference he doesnt believe that the Russians will be so foolish as to start a war over Berlin But should a conflict he said he wouldnt dream of ing to win it with ground forc Delays Decision On the prospect of atomic the President made It clear he would consider use of nuclear weapons only if It be came clear that the Kremlin was determined to push matters to a point of conflict that could not be handled by the five American divisions now in Eu He would not decide about use of nuclear weapons until such a situation actually He took sharp note of con gressional demands that defenses should be stepped up See Page 2 tr Reds Quickly Rejecl Nuclear Tests Treaty March Immediate Russian rejection of an AngloAmerican compromise plan on the duration of a nu clear test ban treaty posed a new and serious obstacle to agreement at the three power talks tThe United States and Brit in a draft treaty article on duration submitted to the con ference agreed to Rus sias demands that such a trea ty should be of indefinite dura But they insisted on the right to withdraw from the treaty at any time if there were evidence It was being obstructed or vio The Western requirements were clearly designed to leave the way clear for renouncing the agreement on sufficient evi dence that any nation was con ducting sneak nuclear explosions or trying to hamstring control and inspection Russia has demanded an un conditional alltime halt and Soviet delegation sources quick ly termed the new AngoAmer ican stand completely unsatis They said the right of with drawal would leave the door open for any nation to resume nuclear testing unilaterally by simply inventing a supposed treaty Western delegation sources eaid this was not the intent of the draft arti Invoke Mandatory Curbs On Foreign Oil Imports March 11 If seeking to bolster the nations domestic oil and coal Invokec sweeping mandatory curbs to day on imports of foreign crude Similar cutbacks go into effect April 1 on imports of gasoline and other finished petroleum Security Order President Eisenhower ordered the new import controls Tues saying he acted in the in terest of national Eisenhowers ad vocated for some time by domes tie oil and gas is ex pected to reduce crude oil im ports by about 15 per cent east of the Rocky There was no immediate dlcation what effects the new controls might have on domes tic To Watch Prices But in a statement ac companying the Eisenhower indicated the gov UNVB1L NEW PAINTING OF Artist Jes Schlalkjer of New York stands with John Sherman as a new painting depicting Abraham Lincoln sitting at the edge of his bed making an early draft of the emancipation Is unveiled at the capitol in Cooper is chair man of the Lincoln Sesquicentennial commis sion sponsoring the AP Wirephoto Texas Storms Damaging By The Associated Frew Damaging rid ing wildly ahead of a cold slashed and battered North Cen ral Texas Tuesday hit ing especially hard at the Fort WorthDallas Unofficial damage estimates at Fort Worth were more than one million Five persons were injured but none The only death blamed on the weather came from a traffic crash in driving rain near Green Small craft warnings were hoisted all along the Texas coast Wednesday as high winds continued in that Hail at one street intersec ion in between Dal las and Fort piled up 14 inches Arling on street said his crews used a mechanical oader and hauled away 12 dump truck loads of Some obseiTers blamed the Fort Worth damage on a tor The Fort Worth Weather Bureau said it could not con firm a but said it was a A tornado warn ng covered much of northern Texas at the The Pacific cold front that ouched it all off rushed across West Texas during the day Winds of up to 43 miles an hour in gusts stirred up dust in the El Paso and Lubbock Then the late In the collided with moist air from the It set off heavy start ng over the Mineral Wells The storms grew stronger as hey pounded lashing See Page 8 Hawaii At Debate Stage March 11 UPI Statehood for Hawaii was in the making today with legislation scheduled for de bate in both the Senate and the The statehood bill was the pending business in the House and the Senate planned to take up a similar measure this after noon after approving an exten sion of the draft In a speech prepared for de livery in the Hen ry Jackson said that statehood for the Pacific first proposed 40 years is about to become a Jackson predicted Senate pas sage of the bill The measure is sponsored by 56 sen more than enough to as sure it The late barrier to House ac tion toppled Tuesday when the rules by a 7 to 4 cleared the statehood bill under a procedure providing for six hours of general Leo OBrien the bills floor fore cast that it would win House approval by a 100vote A final vote is expected Thurs The House and Senate bills contain only minor Supporters believe these can be See Page 9 Nasser Says Kassem Aids Reds Marc 11 President Gamal Abdel Nasser today accused Ira qi Premier Abdul Karim Kassem of working with international Communism to sabotage Arab His bitter denunciation of the Kassem regime followed mam moth demonstrations Tuesday in Baghdad in which thousands of youths surged through the streets shouting antiNasser The Baghdad newspaper Itti had AI a Communist or reported the firing in re volttorn Northern Iraq lasted until 7 Baghdad radio had reported the fighting ended early The newspaper said thousands of armed peasants and Inhabi tants of Mosul took command of the city last hunted out rebel killed them and dragged their bodies through the Counter demonstrations broke out in Damascus where stu dents demonstrated against the death sentence imposed from Baghdad on Iraqi Rebel Leader Abdel Wahab re ported ilain in northern Nasser delivered a biting per sonal attack on Iraqi Premier Abdul Karim Kassem and said he was working with Commu nism to sabotage Arab unity but that the United Arab Republic will not surrender our mission of uniting the Arab Cairo dispatches made it clear that relations between the UAR and Iraq were near the break ing Damascus authorities suspended train service to Iraq while newspapers showed the grave view taken by the UAR over the reported strafing of a Syrian village by Iraqi UPI correspondent Zaki Sala ma reported from Baghdad that screaming students armed with axes and rope swarmed through the streets in an unpre cedented show of hostility for Nasser whom the Iraqi govern ment accuses of supporting Sun days Leave our people thousands upon thousands shout ed in We dont want your Down with Nassers speech was his first since the Iraqi government put down a revolt by antiCommun ist army It followed reporU Iraqi government troops in Mosul executed 60 rebel ar my officers without a Nasser accused the Baghdad regime of framing up demon strations against the UAR but said they would never succeed In splitting the UAR This was Nassers most bit ter attack on the Communists since the Soviet Union and its allies extended economic and military aid to Egypt four years It followed increasing Cai ro concern at the Communist pressures being exerted in Iraq which Is now bidding for tech nical aid from UPI correspondent Wilbur Landrey reported from Cairo that diplomatic sources believed the UAR would not break rela tions with Iraq despite the ex pulsion from Baghdad of 10 UAR diplomats and a flurry of antiIraq reports in the Cairo But Cairo newspapers accus ed the Iraqi government of tak ing provocative measures against the UAR to divert atten tion from the rebel massacres in the Mosul Newspapers also accused Iraqi authorities and the Communist party of or ganizing the antiUAR demon strations in Hoover Blames Parents For Youth Crimes March Director Edgar Hoover charged today that de linquent parents are largely to blame for the growing men ace of youth In a causticallyworded edi torial in the FBIs Law En forcement Hoover not ed that the public only thinks of criminals who lead young sters into thivory and activities as corrupters of In said the bachelor FBI large segments of the adult population are also among the Countless adults tlie Hoover tlthough hy their personal trued nncl lnd they are In fact responsible in large meas ure for juvenile He asserted that a major factor In the youth crime problem is our present so ciety which has substituted indulgence for pleasure for duty and money for He said the time has come for decisive Hoover predicted that based on the alarming present rate more than one million youths iri the 30to17year age bracket will be arrested in 1962 and in each succeeding irnment will watch to see whether consumers are hurt rom the cutback in foreign In the event price Increases he the director of civil and defense mobilization is required to determine whether such increases are necessary to accomplish the natural security See OIL Page 3 Texas Leaders Are Cautious About Results March 11 as oil men and officials have praised the decision to slap mandatory controls on oil im ports but indications were that it would not mean an immediate raise In domestic Ernest chairman of the Railroad said the new controls in time will help Increase production in the One days additional produc tion in Texas would mean 000 In other the barrels reduction in im ports would permit in the mar ket only room enough for one days increased production in Texas but It does mean a road block against further increases See Page 11 Rogers Asking AntiHob Law March 11 William Rog ers today urged Congress to give the federal government clear authority to deal with mob vio lence in school desegregation He said the new legislative proposals would give federal of ficers specific authority to make arrests on the spot of persons who created disturbances around and interfered with a valid integration The under the could be punished by two years fine or Rogers said that force or threats of force in school cases constitute a challenge to the rule of law which must be met fairly and March 11 UPI The Senate racket com mittee heard testimony today that Chicago teamster Joey Himco tapped the unions treas ury for to defend him self in a labor extortion Alphonse a staff said the money came from funds of taxi Local of which Glimco serves as Calabrese sketched in Gllm cos background as the commlt began taking a close look at the Chicago union leaders The hearings were expected to last several Chairman John McClellan said the commiUee go into charges that 31imco through violence and and his close as sociation with the top Chicago crime syndicate mus cled into Local the Chicago produce market and other Calabresa said who Offer New State Tax Plan TEAMSTER UNION FUNDS VSED IN EXTORTION CASE See Page 9 Fair Attracts Many Entries Total entries In the various livestock events of the first Navarre County Youth Exposi tion to be staged here Friday and Saturday at the fairgrounds were announced today by County Agent John The swine department has 29 entries steer division has 18 sheep division has 20 fat lambs registered and four breeding sheep pountry has ten entries consisting of trios and pens of four and dairy cattle has 12 with a possslble addition of two more being received from a vocational agriculture teacher who has not as yet turned in entries to the full Judging of the entries In Deef swine and sheep will be done by Childers of area supervisor of voca tional agriculture Mark DeWitt of Corslcana will serve as poultry field man for See Page 8 Burial Charges Fixed By Inch March 11 burial charg es here will he by the An allowance scale has been set up by the county to pay funeral directors for burial of indigent persons according to A person threeinches tali would bring a payment of Five feet tall persons would bring payment of The scale is graduated down to an 18Inch Infant at Board Moves To Fnd Matching PTA Tighter Scholarship Rules Due Members of the Corsicana Board of Education took steps Tuesday night to make grade requirements of Jim Collins scholarship students more rigid and to halt the matching of PTA funds for purchasing vari ous types of school No action was taken on the aside from the naming of a But on the the board on recom mendation of S u p Dana Williams authorized the superin tendent to notify PTAs that after this year the board would no longer match funds for the purchase of such items as Venetian During the past several the board has received numerous requests from PTAs at different schools to match funds on a 5050 basis to pur chase specified In almost all the board has approv ed these Faced with at least four such requests Tuesday the board became concerned as to where the practice would Matt chairman of the said the board has no written policy on such Williams said he recom mended halting such practice because funds released by the board are not being distributed on an equal He pointed to the fact that one for does not have a ParentTeacher Most PTAs raise money through various Williams said he endorsed such projects and hoped they would Board members expressed concern over the fact that at least eight students attending different colleges on Jim Collins scholarships have grades for last semesters work which the board feels are below A criteria for Collins students was not but a com mittee of Maco Stewart and Tom Spikes was appointed to study the matter and make recommendations to the Most board members express ed opinion that Collins students should maintain a B average or be in the top onethird of their class to hold Collins In other action relative to the Coll B the board voted to limit the spending of one school years funds in one semester to Some the board was ex haust most of their funds dur ing the first Beg Page 8 Father Shoots Son Over Vse Of Marijuana TEMPLE March wealthy real es tate broker shot his 16yearold son during a quarrel over the youngsters alleged marijuana smoking Tuesday night and was booked on suspicion of assault to commit Everett Marshall had In cashiers checks in his possession when he was His was taken to Luke Hospital with bullet wounds from a revolver in both Morris told sheriffs deputies he had scolded the boy for as sociating with questionable character and mari The boy Ill do as I please and Ill smoke mari juana as often as I Mor ris told Morris sai he went to a desk and got the revolver and fired at the Marvin ran screaming from tho which is in in ex clusive residential and went to the home of a neigh bor who took him to an emer gency The bullet pene trated the left passed into the right thigh and came out near the right Deputies had questioned the youth recently In connection with his Hake Quesada Aviation Czar March 11 Senate today confirm ed Elwood retired Air Force lieutenant as first administrator of the Feder al Aviation Agency despite some stated misgivings of Clalr Engle former adviser to the President on has been acting as head of the FFA pond ing formal The California an Air Force reserve said he questioned appointment of a mil itary officer to tho key civilian aviation Engle said commercial airlines the military and other aircraft owners all must depend on the He said he hopes Quesada will not be partial to the milita ry or commercial airlines be cause of his March complete new tax program aim ed at solving Texas present and future financial difficulties was presented to the Legislature Strickland of San Antonio and Wesley Roberts of Lamesa estimated their tax plan would raise 200 to 300 mil lion dollars a It would in clude an increase in natural gas and a one per cent occupation tax on all retail We cant be sure how much It will raise until we start col lecting some of the Strickland The 14point broad base rev enue proposal entered active competition with Price Daniels taxing and spending plans and a program by Frates Seeiigson of San An which includes a 1 12 per cent general sales The House approved a bill tightening punishment for shop It goes back to the Sen See Page 9 Wilson Rules Escheat Laws Arc March Price Daniels plans for erasing the deficit has received a boost from the attorney generals de An opinion said the adminis trations Abandoned Property Act would be supplementary to present statutes Billowing the state to take over abandoned The enactment of escheat laws is not only authorized but is demanded by the Texas Con the opinion The ruling had been request ed by the House Revenue and Taxation Committee after Texas Bankers called the bill uncon stitutional because they said it put the state into the banking CLAIMS HIS PROGRAM IS SUFFICIENT Johnson Differs At Opening Of Senate Hearing March 11 UPI President Elsenhower today challenged congressional critics of his defense policies to have the courage to ask higher taxes when they call for larger armed In his ninth consecutive week ly meeting with reporters since the first of the the Presi dent warned strongly against reacting to each new tional crisis with demands for appreciably larger armed forc He said some of these de mands are Congress Mistaken He said Congress In the past had made some very serious mistakes on national He thought it would be ruinous at this point to change his established program of military strength because of new crises generated by Soviet Premier Nikita he told report ers that If Congress forced additional military manpower on him at this he had no Intention as commander In chief of sending added man power to but would merely stick these extra away in some quiet and con venient Vigor Unusual nftra emotionhhdjvlgor fense of beliefs than did at hli news confrience to He said the United Statea See fl Daniel said he was very See Page 7 Hove Harshall To Washington March of the Army George Marshall was flown from Fort to Washington today to he could bo treated at Walter Reed Army Medical Center for the stroke he suffered earlier this The Army said tho transfer was made possible because of the Improvement in Mar shalls It said that at Walter the five star general will have available the finest of specialized medical On Berlin Partial March 11 French officials frankly admit ted today the MacmlllariDe Gauule talks did not remove all differences of opinion on Western approach to the Ber lin But they said the talks clear ed the air of the French sus picions about what British Prime Minister Harold Macmll lan has been up to since his return from Moscow last Officials emphasized that al though some divergencies per sisted on how to handle the dip lomatic both Presi dent Charles De Gaulle and Macmlllan agreed to stand firm against any Russian tempt to tamper with Allied rights In In French officials confirmed Macmillans remark Tuesday that he and De Gaulle attained a great measure of sympathy and The officials said De Gaullo and Macmlllian did roach agree ment along with the United States and West Germany on ing of the See Page 9 Jobless Help Left To States UPI March Eisenhower told his news conference today that further extension of unem ployment compensation bene fits is now primarily the re sponsibility of individual He said he would be willing to listen to arguments to the But with most of the state Legislatures in session this he thought they should shoulder the principle responsibility for extending the length of jobless pay where During the recession last hundreds of thousands of unemployed found themselves without money when their nor mal 26 weeks of jobless pay ran The federal govern ment stepped in through legis lation and made possible exten sion of the benefit This temporary plan expires at the end of this Eisenhower was asked today to define his position on vari ous proposals before Congress to extend again the federal governments participation in the unemployment compensa tion He said the extended pro gram was undertaken as an emergency plan last year be cause most of the state Legis latures were not in He said that for 20 years the unemployment c o m p e nsatlon field had been largely a state matter with the federal gov ernment participating only through administrative assist he he was waiting for the Legislatures to come Into The admin istration wants to see what they do before It decides wheth er any other federal action Is Other news conference Items expects to receive rec ommendations soon from the Draper Commission which Is studying military aid to foreign countries as compared with economic Elsenhow er said that preliminary indica tions from members o f the commission Indicate that they are very concerned about the whole foreign aid He reiterated his endorse ment of statehood for Hawaii without going into any said he wanted no yes men in his This cams up when a reporter cited an opinion that the position of De fense Secretary had gone down In prestige as far as planning for the military was concern Elsenhower was asked on this point whether Secretary Nell McElroy took orders from tha White House and the State De partment or whether he func tioned as an adviser to President on modern The President said quickly that McElroy occupied the de fense post because he respected him and thought highly of hla He said that If McElroy a yes he would not Secretary of Defense for that Elsenhower did not want that kind of subordi nate DANES CHEEK KING Denmark of thousands of Danes cheered King Frederick IX today as he drove through the gaily decorated capital In celebration of hU 60th   

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