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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - March 12, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL this afternoon and tonight partly cloudy Friday slowly rising Thermometer Headings 8 9 10 11 I 12 I 1 I 2 44 62 68 62 63 65 66 Complete Weather Benort on Market v T r ill Home of the Daily SunandSemiWwfcly Morning LiiihtJ LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW March 12 er selected issues in er trading short CHICAGO good demand for nearby Mostly Influenced by Hogs Steady to 25 cents higher top Cattle steers steady to 50 cents lower top 238 1959 PAGESTWO SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENTS Admit Hawaii As 50th State CHASE PLANE OBSERVES X15 FLIGHT TEST An Air Force chase plane flies alongside for observation as the rocket ship snuggled un der the wing of a giant B52 went through its first captive flight test at Edwards Air Force Test pilot Scott Cross field was inside the sleek black dart on the hour and 10 minute The rocket ship will be launched from the mother plane when U makes Its own powered flights into space at a later AP Wirephoto from Air Force Test Convoy Planned By CHARLES CORDDKY March The United States has drafted a plan for sending a test convoy through a Berlin blockade if the Communists impose The need for a test convoy would arise if Russia abdicat ed its Berlin signed a treaty with East Ger many and gave the East Ger mans control of traffic routes to It can be reported that blue prints for the test convoy and for putting Americas military men in Europe on in creased alert now Fur they can be adapted to whatever needs emerge from allied The plan as It now stands ap parently calls for sending a nor mal size unarmed of four to ten trucks over the 110 mile road from Helmstedt in West Germany through East Germany to West If convoy It might then be strengthened with tanks and go What happen if it drew fire from cast German guards was not Chairman Armistead Selden of a House Foreign Affairs subcommittee later pub licly confirmed existence of the convoy He said after his subcommittee received a two hour secret briefing from State Department officials that the cpnvoy plan was included in He said most of the information given to the jBubcommittee was classified1 but that it covered practically all of the latest Berlin develop Johnson Concern Exceeds Berlin March 12 Democratic Lead er Lyndon Johnson said today that concern over he nations defenses reaches ar beyond the mounting Berlin must he whether our paralyzing punch s still within our capacity and whether we will have it in the foreseeable chairman of the Sen ate Preparedness addressed his remarks to Gen Thomas Air Force t See Page 7 Mexico Eases Tourist Rules MEXICO March customs officials today had Instructions to go easy on their examination o tourist luggage being brough into the The treasury ministry told its customs inspectors at border points to avoid useless Inspects that are Interior check points along the highways have been tolc not to examine baggage unles it fails to carry the seal of a border unless there ii some well founded o unless there is a written com plaint that someone is carrying contraband or trying to avoi payment of import Scientist Says Trips To Stars Beyond Reach WASHINGTON Off Space flight to the moon in less than hours may some day be a noted scientist So might a 4 12year flight to the most distant planet the solar says Lee president of Cali fornia Institute of he space dis tances are so enormous that any visions of flight to even the nearest star beyond pur sun appear out of the question Reason The spacemen would have lived through a normal lifetime thousands of years be fore the trip was over If a spaceship could be de veloped having a speed of 000 miles an hour or 25 miles a serond it could reach the mooori in the sun in 4 days and Pluto In 4 12 years Dubridge But It would take the same ship years to reach Alpha the nearest star beyond the It is he said Wednes day night at a symposium spon sored by Resources for the Fu we can some day probably exceed the speed o 25 miles per But the miles per sec orid required to bring the near est star within reach Is not in ftftftftftftftftft ftftftftftftftftft Legislature Hit By Bills Flood Chief of at the beginnln a closeddoor hearing on th defense Our Johnson tol he nations top air office goes to the problem of wheth er you have been supplied wit he needed manpower and tools Our concern does not en with the current We rea ze that Berlin Is only one el merit of conflict in a worl which is studded with dange The real crisis ma erupt elsewhere even before Be comes to a We took the to refer to the tugofwar between congressional Democrats and President Eisenhower over the size and composition of the arm ed While the committee has nev er questioned the authority of See Page 8 Moss Suggests Dulles Resign March 12 John Moss D today called for the res ignation of ailing Secretary of State John Foster Moss said It was a must if American interests are to be fully protected Trouble spots across the world cry out to us that we can not afford the luxury of a part time secretary of he said Moss said in a statement that relations with far too many nations are rapidly deter iorating for one reason or an RECORD SET BY NEARNESS OF DEADLINE Rumored Finance Program Agreed By Top Leaders March 12 lood of new bills including an ither big tax measure poured nto the House and Senate to day as the deadline for free ntroduction of legislation near Manufacturers Tax Oliver of Port Heches dropped in a manufac urers sales tax bill which he aid would produce 200 million dollars a It would put a our per cent levy on the first sale or use of manufactured or mported In the a oneday rec ord was set with introduction of 41 This activity came in the midst of backstage none on the lead era of the House and Senate have agreed on a finarice pro gram that will shun any men tion of a sales but which will nevertheless use the prln ciple of such tax Bill Advanced The House advanced a meas ure to regulate the use of th term wholesale in advertis ing goods unless such goods i actually sold for am not direct to The Khrushchev Push Drives Winter Walloping Northeast MAGAZINE BELITTLES RESENTMENT IN BOLIVIA LA March embassy offfical here government and the Embassy have order ed special precautions here to day to protect American lives and property against u possible new outbreak of President Hernan Siles said he precautions were ordered because the government con sidered it possible that Time magazines report this week on the rioting touched off by previous Time article might stir new In its March 2 Latin Ameri can edition but not in the edition Time quoted an un Where the nations interests are at Moss we cannot afford sentimentality Action should be taken at once If the President will not take the as a fina gesture of self abnegation am devotion to his Dulles should NAME NO HELP Ireland JP Dav id Park Wright was fined one for parking on the wrong side of Newrys main bill was passed on second read and the author See Page 7 laton Roupe Unionists Call Mia Disgrace BATON March Baton Rouge abor unions today described Teamsters Union President ames Hoffa as a disgrace to rganized A fullpage advertisement in he Morning Advocate was the nove to precede Hoffas sched iled speech tonight to an Inde icndent refinery The labor unions also planned adlo and television The Independent Industrial Workers stalled in its negotiations with Esso Stand ard Oil since last nvited Hoffa to appear with a to the Teamsters becoming he groups bargaining The advertisement labels the Hoffa vs Baton The ad charges Hoffa main close relationship with notorious used his official union position for per onal engaged in improp er activities relating to the handling of the health and wel are funds of his own union and failed to take action against union officials engaged In cor upt The advertisement Is signed by business agents and other officials of 30 Baton First Youth Fair Opens Friday The first Navarro Youth Exposition will take place here Friday and most activities centered at the Its success will determine whether it will be repeated In future Plans were initiated for the event more than a year ago to provide a new outlet for youth expression when the annual fair and rodeo were The Exposition is being etaged for the benefit of the 4H Club and Future Farmers of America and Future Homemak ers of America chapters in this It will include the exhib ition and judging of the exhibition and judging of textiles and arts and crafts made by the a talent show and a queens All nonlivestock entries must be in place by and all livestock entries in place by premiums to be Lin Warthan is chairman of the agriculture committee and pre viously been designated Exposition general Working with Warthan have been 15 related committees jf more than 75 several of whom served on several pa In addition to the per sonnel of the county agents of fice and the vocational agricul ture teachers over the coun Friday at 1 according to Sponsor of the show is a spe itial subcommittee of the Chamber of Commerce agricul ture committee which solicited various citizens and businessses of tba county for for Arts and Crafts entries were to be taken to the fairgrounds Thursday between 3 and 7 Judging will be carried out Fri day at 10 by Henry Thomas and Frank according to John who is chairman of the The first phase of the Dress scheduled for 10 Saturday at the Exposition building at the was held Wednesday night in the county agents office at the A total of 54 dressses entered by almost an aqual number oi 4H and FHA girls were judged for construction by a three member judging committee composed of the following per sons Sue Purs ey Alliene home making teacher at Fairfield and Miss Gloria itu dent teacher at The feature part of the re vue will come Saturday how when the girls model the dresses before the same judg ng Wednesday nights construe tion judging counted 25 pe cent in the Con testants will be judged 50 pe cent on how the dressses loo on them and 25 per cent o their poise in modeling Dress Revue is broken dow into three divisions junio ages 911 ages 1214 and ages 15 and Miss Joan Navar ro County assistant home dem onstation reported tha the number of entries exceede Set Queens Dinner At Friday the Na varro County 4H Club Counc will honor the candidates In th queens contest with a dlnne Sec YOUTH Page 1 Rouge RED EGGS DISEASED Austria City health authorities have traced a paratyphoid outbreak to pow dered eggs imported from Com munist Graz residents iromptly dubbed the disease the ellow Federal Savings Employe Held For Embezzling WICHITA March 12 employe of the Home federal Savings and Loan Assn of was lere Tuesday night on charge embezzling th Commissioner Don Bax ter ordered Robert Allen Parris held in jail in lieu cf 000 Detectives Boyle and William Capehnrt arrester Par at a motel here Wednes day night on o They saic e had in his possession n bills of one to 100 dollar de Boyle said Parris admitted he took the money out of the vaul Wednesday Boyle quot ed the young man as saying I didnt think seriously aboil taking the money until thi I wouldnt have taken except I knew it was Insurec figured it was just a drop in the to the insurance com pany and none of the little peo ale would get The officer said Parris toll him that as chief teller he ha the combination to the vaul Page 8 Walker Kilted By Falling Man LOS March 12 retired 71yearol man out for a walk in Wednes days 80degree weather me death when struck by the bod of a man who leaped from fourthfloor Joseph the retired ma who appeared only sail I had no At thought I had been Vener at first refused mod cal but finally consented t be examined et a hospital wher he died 20 minutes later of possible heart attack and inte nal The excitement probably wa too much for doctors sal Maurice a tailor wh had given no sign of despon was the suicide s saying the best way to solve Bolivias economic problems be to divide the country nd its headaches among Its The Intended inspired riotous outbreak n various Bolivian cities In hich two Bolivians were klll 38 and the embassy nd other buildings were No Americans were Heart Times current edition three persons efers to the Latin American ountry as geogra ihlcally 68 per cent lliterate It also reports that the 670 ssues of Time carrying the irlginal story were taken by ipecial order straight to Siles See Page 7 6 Communists Again Convicted By Denver 12 IP men and three protesting their were convicted Wednesday night of conspiring to advocate the vio ent overthrow of the gov They were not sentenced 1m Lawyers for the six said the verdict will be Judge Lee Knous granted their motion for five jays in which to file for a new Bonds ranged from the largest amount for Arthur of San The six were convicted in 195D on similar chnrges but that verdict was reversed by the 10th Circuit Court of which ordered the case retried without the charge mentioning The charge against a seventh See Page 15 Assembly OKs School Force March 12 teachers be free to use corporal punishment on pu By The Associated Press With spring only nine days winter took a parting wallop at the Northeast Snow ranging up to 14 inches was dumped on the region east ward from Indiana to Virginia and As morning the snow began changing to rain in the southernmost In some areas there was Air and highway travel was Trains remained pretty much on Hun dreds of schools were closed for the day in several Up to foul fatalities were linked to the attacks felled shoveling snow pi Is the Assembly ap a bill that would prevent school boards from adopting any policy that would bar teachers from using reas onable force to discipline unruly The state penal law prohibits criminal prosecution of teach ers exercise reasonable local boards of Including the New York City have adopted rules against corporal punish The bill needs Senate approv al and Nelson Rocke signature to become in A cartruck collision killed another at Delaware Western Maryland and north ern West Virginia got the heavi est They ranged up to 14 Northwestern New Jersey had an estimated 1 inches of New England was expected to get 12 Inches or The second such storm of thi week glazed roads and madi some impassable across thi southern twothirds of Indiana The southeastern section of th state had five to six inches o Some parts of ticipalcd more than eigh New York City recorded inches before the precipitation changed to rain about 9 See Page 8 Texas Trrfrate Tag Applied To Controls On Oil March 12 members of Con a hav protested that President Eisen Slower put the welfare of Tex ans the welfare of othe Americans in ordering mancln tory restrictions on imports o foreign Charles Vanlk D Ohio said the President ha succumbed to another Texa tribute at the expense of th American He said that while the Pros dent is curbing foreign oil ii the Texas Railroad Com controlling most d mestic Is limiting Texa production to 11 or 12 days As a Vanlk hot the supply and the price of o and its including ga are completely controlle in this country and the con sumer takes it on the Margaret Chase Smil said she was bitter disappointed by the President She said that she ha made repeated protests C several years that there is n See Page 8 Twelve Words By Ike Create European Problems Norstads NATO Job Tougher By WARREN ROGERS March 12 jp Twelve words from Presi dent Eisenhower may add diffi culty to the Atlantic Pacts long sought goal of establishing 30 NATO divisions in The President told his news conference Wednesday We are certainly not going to fight a ground war in Lauds the per suasive and personable Air Force man who is Eisenhowers latest successor at NATO su preme has been pursuing the elusive 30division goal for He is almost in sight of But Eisenhowers comment seemed certain to raise in Eu rope the same question being asked around Washington if he foresees no ground war in Eu what is the use of having 30 NATO ground divisions Norstads answer lies in the shield and sword concept un derlying NATO philosophy since technological development out ran the original NATO His argument is that the NA TO ground totaling 21 13 divisions are a The retaliatory nuclear powers of the United particularly Its long range bombers and Its de veloping missile are the The one blunts the enemys first attack the other thrusts Norstads chief problem long has been a psychological The general attitude of Ameri cas NATO allies is that A they are sick of war after two frightful experiences with it this and B if there is to be a third world feel it would be fought primari ly between the United States and the Soviet Under such circumstances the other NATO allies would rather By WALTER LOGAN United Press International Soviet Premier Nlklta mixing pleas for eace with threats of nded his eightday sojourn in ast Germany today and flew ome to prepare for the next lase of his diplomatic battle ith the Almost Brit h Prime Minister Harold Mac lllan flew Into West Germany n the second stage of his mls on to report to Western lead rs the results of his recent 0day visit in Before leaving East hrushchev delivered this part ng shot at the West If tho aggressors should spite of to car y through their adventurous ims they to ireak through they ould meet with appropriate re He coupled this with an ap eal for Soviet terms the West should gree to a peace treaty with ivlded Germany and give up See Ptiga T Link Company Making Missiles To Racketeers March 12 Senate rackets oduy that a any It linked with labor rack itoers is doing1 60 per cent o the work on Nike guided mlssll sites in the Chicago Chairman John McClellan expressing shock a he committees call ed for an Immediate defense de partment investigation of th the Broadway Sheet Met al McClellan said he would sen mmediately to the departmen a transcript of hearings Wed nesday and today in which tw of Broadways stockholders Dominic Senese and Victor Com the Fifth Amend ment to avoid answering ques There were these other de volopments as the commltte dug deeper Into the activities of Chicago teamster official Joe llmco buxom brunBtt secretary refused to say whetl er she shared a hotel room wit him for which the union wa See Page 15 House Accepts Drait Extension March extending tl draft law four years was spe to President Elsenhower toda by the By voice vote and without d the House approved Senate amendment to a b which passed last Tr amendment dealt with the pa of doctors and dentists in tl armed ENDS 40YEAR BATTLE FOR RECOGNITION SenatePassed Bill Approved In House 32389 March 12 Statehood for Hawaii won final congressional ap proval House passage came on a roll coll vote of 323 to 89 after the House defeated by voice vote two attempts to scuttle the With President Eisenhowers signature a the House action signaled the his toric end of Hawaiis 40 year battle for Hawaii will be the 60th It probably will not actually enter the Union un til some time next Alaska was admitted as 9th state on as a re ult of legislation enacted last Final congressional approval ame on the second day of louse debate before jampack d The Senate approved the tatehood bill Wednesday on a 6 to 15 roll call Fourth Passage It was the fourth time louse has passed a Hawaiian tatewood bill since the first tatehood measure was Intro luced in Previous meas ures had failed to win approval jf both the House and House action flnaDy1 Page 15 Newest State Host For Pacific Might March the birthplace of the war Remember Pearl today Is the nome of the military brains of the armed might In the From his headquarters over looking the sunken Admiral Harry commanderlnchlef Paclf directs the daytoday watch against aggression over an area ranging from India to the Aleu Nerve Center His chief weapons in Hawaii are not planes or They are his various staff planners and his Instan taneous communlcaltlons wltn Formosa or wherever he needs to be In contact with In a hur Under him In Felt has the headquarters for the Pa cific the tho Fleet Marino Force Pacific and the Pacific Air Force with a force all told of probably about men permanently assigned In the Other thousands are based strateg ically farther The Pacific Fleet headquar ters is based at Pearl See Page 15 CC Elections Support Urged spend more of their money re building housing demolished In the last for than building up their individual arms to prevent they seem to feel II Is fruitless to try to beef up their defenses when any new war probably would be fough over their heads In a duel of long range Norstad does not claim he has the or even will have it with 30 to defeat any determined Soviet military The USSR has 20 divisions in East Germany and 155 more in the general NATO estimates the Soviet Un ion could mobilize 400 divisions President Bob urged directors at the March board meeting as In dividuals interested in the fu ture welfare of Corslcana and Navarro county to support and use their influence In four im portant elections coming up He said he was not asking the Chamber to endorse the Is sues as an but he felt that the directors as lead ers and citizens interested in the welfare of their community should exercise their Individual influence if they felt as he did that an effort should be made to get out the vote for a rep resentative expression of opin vithin 30 The mission of the NATO ground forces in as set forth by Norstad ia they are expected to break the of any mil See Page 8 He reminded that the elec tions are these The March 28 election on the small detention dam maintenance tax the April 4 city school board and the April 7 dual elections to vote on new city officials and the proposed new Wheelock noted that in the near future another issue in volving the Navarro Mills scrvoir will be submitted to the voters wherein Corsicana cltiz ens will be given the opportuni to authorize the city govi ernment to enter into a con tract with the Trinity River Authority and Corps of Engi neers for Its part of the dams construction to assure a per nancnt water All of these are Important the future of our city and and some aro once In a lifetime I think we should work as individuals for this approval and give our support and he not Thursdays board meeting was a day of reportmaking as vari ous committees reviewed their activities of the year for the board to bring directors up to In connection with Navarro Manager Dick Knight re ported in the absence of Embry water chairman Mayor Tom Eady anil TRA Di rector Joe belief tv persona will bo signed soon between the TRA and Engineers to be ratified later by the Knight said all three groups were working against time to get a contract executed before June end of the govern ments fiscal and early enough to allow the Engineers buy a couple of tracts of and at tho damslte to put the rojoct in a position to bo con by the president and judget bureau for a construc allocation to be submitted to Congress in the next fiscal He said It was feared if such progress had not jeen made before the end of the fiscal the president and budget bureau would not be inclined to propose construc tion allocations for the oncom ing Knight also reported that the TRA is prepared to Incorporate the land enhancement which heretofore was to have been paid in cash prior to beginning of construction by local into the 25 per cent cost borne by Corslcana and allow the city to amortize the entire cost amount over a 63 year which he con sidered a remarkable break for this President Wheolock reported as a result of a meeting recent ly with Dan Eddy of Dallas 7 lii   

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