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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - March 14, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEAIHEB LOCAL showers and thunderstorms this afternoon and tonight partly cloudy through Sunday colder to night and Sunday with low tonight near 40 Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 I 3 65 66 68 70 71 72 73 Complete Weather Report on Market HJHemeofthe Dally Sunand SemiWeekly Morninotiahtff LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS SIARKETS AT A GLANCE Most Securities and Commodities Markets Are Closed On 240 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS SAM GETS SILVER of the House Sam second from re ceives a muchautographed silver tray from Lyndon Johnson on behalf of 45 pres ent Senators and Vice President Richard who served in the House of Representa tives with Rayburn during his 47 years there At left is House Minority Leader Charles Halleck Autographs the members were inscribed on the tray presented at a re ception at and include 28 Democratic and 17 Republican AP Wirephoto Oil Imports Fixed March 14 said today tha new oil import curbs woul boost the price of natural gas gasoline and other petro leum products within Interior Secretary Fred A Beaton Friday clamped a ceil ing of barrels daily on imports of foreign crude o and byproducts until June 30 President Eisenhower establish ed the mandatory control sya tern John Dingell D was the first to com plain that the plan would mean If tftePresiden is so concerned with he his first step shouli be to rescind this order and let the American consumer havi the benefit of low competitive prices on oil no company will be cut more than 20 per cent be low their previous Seaton set up an Oil Impori Administration OIA to handle the mandatory control system He selected Matthew Carson to head Carson was of the voluntary oil import program which the new program Imports of crude and unfin ished oils and finished products Into districts consisting of states east of the Rocky may not exceed 100 barrels daily during the March 11 to June 30 Imports into District con sisting of See OIL Page 4 Duck Injures Planes Pilot March Airlines Flight 14 from Louis to was turned back Friday night after a wild duck crashed through the planes injuring the Pilot Chuck Fuller of subur ban was cut on the The Don Fo also of the Louis took over the controls and brought the plane back down at Municipal The incident occurred about 1 flO minutes after Monday Deadline For CottonBT March 14 UP A Starke Taylor was electe president of the Texas Cotto of th ijallas cotion of StWk Taylor and R Wilson of The election ended a twoda meeting of the Marion Rhodes of the U Department of Agricultur old the cotton executives farm ers desiring to plant cotton un der the B option plan of th ExCorsicanan New University Regents Chief Merton San An onio a native of Cor sicana and a graduate of Corsi cana High is the nev chairman of the University o Texas board of Minte and Vice Chairman Lee John of Fort Worth wer elected Friday for two yea Minter is the second Cor iicanan to become chairman o he board of regents of the Uni of The late Beau ord Jester who died whili erving as governor of Texai headed the regents before be oming member of the Railroad Commission from vhich post he was named chie Houston a new member of the is a native of Hubbard BOY ADMITS ARSON DALLAS 11 dmitted Friday setting a urniture fire The boy escribed as near brilliant with high offered no present twopoint program would not have an extension on the reporting Monday is the final day Texas farmers up for Tirpgram with thencounty agen No extension of the deadline date will be given this Rhodes A threepoint program design ed to increase the movement of cotton in world trade anc strengthen the industry was adopted by the association Fri The association adopted reso lutions asking for A competitive price for American grown cotton both at home and A oneprice system for cot ton that will return cotton marketing functions to normal trade Expanded production and Page Paper Claims Nehru Lefist NEW March 14 largest news paper said today Prime Minls Jawaharlal Nehru was lean ng more and more to the left n his economic It warned he may fall into a Com munist clutch of Indian which Jublishes editions here and in Madras and aid in its editorial that Nehrus iconomic policy is a case of ar It belongs to the late Harold and the London School of Economics of the and the rime minister ontinues to think and plan in his context despite the lapse of learly 30 Ike Must Sell Policies To Nation ft 3 Norther Blows Into Panhandle COLD WINDS OFF ROCKIES HIT PLAINS Showers Slated Saturday Night As Reading Dip By The Associated Press Alate norther blustered int the upper Texas Panhandle Sat urday while high winds in Wes Texas stirred blowing The Midland and Odessa are lad winds up to 40 miles a iiour in gusts which stirred dus ind cut visibility to four miles Amarillo and Childress had 3 mile winds and At El Pa so the winds were clocked up ti 40 miles but no dust was re Sharp Dip Dim High winds and temperature down to 23 degrees were forecas for Saturday night in the Pan handle and South Scattered showers and thun derstorms were expected to rum ble over North Central Texa Saturday afternoon and nigh The thunderstorms and snow ers were forecast to spill ove into parts of East and Sout Central along with th cool Saturday night an loose Heavy Snow Cold winds charged into th 3reat Plains from the Rookie loosing heavy rais ing and triggering thunder Eight inches of new snow wa piled into drifts at Harrison Ir extreme northwestern Nebraska and the fall reached6 Inches a Ainsworth and Chadron in th See Page 9 Registering Of Party Voters Ruled Invalid March 14 Rep esentatives filed bills through Vlday midnight to beat the on free Starting Monday on authoi lust get fourfifths permission rom his respective house to in roduce a About Ills are expected to be consider d this the More than 60 tax bills have een Will Wilson told wo House members Friday teir party registration plans The opinion said bills by Jamie Clements of Crock it and Eligio de la Garza of fission were in conflict with le state constitution because hey made declaration of a per ons party a requirement to The qualifications of a voter re prescribed in the constltu on and the imposition of this dditional qualification is there ore the opin m by Morgan csbitt One of the latest tax meas res was by Alonzo Jaml n of Denton and Malcolm Mc regor of El They called it the Texas quaiization tax for See Page 4 Pacific Due AntiMissile Test Unit Charge Two In Bank Shortage NAME MILDRED SENIOR YOUTH EXPOSITION QUEEN Frost Dies Saturday John na tlve longtime Fros physician and died a his home in Frost early Satur day morning following an ex tended Funeral services will be hel Sunday at 2 from th Frost Baptist church with bur ial in the Frost Th rites will be conducted by th wit the Frost Masonic Lodge li charge of graveside H was a October a Johnson near Arling Matlock graduated from Lhe University of Texas at Aus tin in 1897 and from the Uni versity of Texas Medical Schoo in Galvoston in coming t Frost after his gradua lon where he began the prac of Matlock was directo and president of the First Na lona Bank at Frost for a num her of He closed his of ice about four years mov ng his furniture to his home Surviving are his Mrs Mary Robert Davis Matlock to whom he was marriec n 1907 six Mar am Corpus Christ oseph Dixon Austin See Page 4 Prance Facing Strikes Threat March Jatholic and Communist laboi in their first joint ac ion in more than 10 years hreatened today to call limited vork stoppages and sitdown trlhes next week to prot resident Charles Da Gaulles The Christian Workers Con ederatlon CFTC and the Communistled General Labor Confederation CGT also called n the socialist and independent nlons to join them in possible argescale strikes later if the overnment refuses to allow ieir demands for higher wages D meet the increased cost of The two unions said their la or offensive would begin Mon ay with thousands of workers It was the first me the Catholics and the Com nunists joined forces since the eds were chased out of the overnment in Miss Margaret 18 attractive Mildred high schoo was enthroned in color ful pageantry Friday night a queen of the first Navarr County Youth Exposition an then reigned over a talent which saw more winners than trophies were available due t Tha coronation and talen show played to a crowd of abou half of whom had to stan due to lack of sufficient chairs The queen continued he reign Saturday through th livestock judging events an girls dress all of whlcl were held at the fairground during the Broken Into two age groups the talent show was comprise of 18 entries In the junior d 9 through and 11 I the senior 13 and over Junior division winners were First Carole Corbet 41 combination con cert and reading ny Ann Hervey and Ann Posl Pickett 4H pantomine t Little Space tUitv threeway tic between Pantomine to The Chipmonks record by Weldon Rob Frank Dunn and Dickie Pickett 4H Club Pan tomine to Its In The Book record by Debbie Pick See Page 8 Entire Negro Senior Class Is Suspended GROVE March 14 The entire senior class has been suspended from a new icgro high school in Jackson for what a school officia described as refusal to partic pate In classroom The county education super Forest Lee Mathews aid Friday night that the 46 class organized a big copper society which intended o disrupt the function of the He said the 33 boys and IS rls are out of school until hey can convince me and the Clarke County Board of Ecluca lon that they are willing to by the public school reg ilations that apply to all stu ents white or colored He said he couldnt read ny racial issue or anything like hat into the Mathews said that after Prin ipal James Nichols of the Har er High School reported the ctivitics he investigated and ound that the seniors got the dea they didnt have to parti See Page 4 Ike Pledges Fast Hawaii Action March 14 probably would reach Ha William Quinnwaii Sunday He ex f Hawaii called on President plained that he wanted to be lisenhower today to thank him n behalf of the Hawaiian peo le for administration support f the statehood bill approved y Congress this who was accompanied y Interior Secretary Fred told newsmen that Ei enhower promised to sign the ill as soon as it is He said he had welcomed the lance to see the president and xpress to him the gratitude of art played by the administra on in passage of the statehood Quinn said he also told the resident that Hawaii was very onscious of the mission we a We intend to do all we can home when notification is re ceived that the president has signed the He said he had 30 days there after to issue a proclamation calling a primary election with in the following 60 to 90 He wants to talk to legislative leaders and the political lead ers of both parties to agree on an election timetable before he issues the Quinn said Hawaii probably he Hawaiian people for the will have its formal ly agreeing to on the same day as the He he would be surprised if as many as four per cent of the voters opposed Asked if he expects to be a ive to perform in the middle candidate governor in the Republican Quinn said 13yearold Hawaiian newsboy beams as he hawks statehood extra of Honolulu StarBulletin im mediately after Congress voted AP Wirephoto to perform as the hub of the Pacific to bring greater under standing between the East and West and with the uncommit ted people of he The governor said he was planning to start home today this was no time to talk about his own political He declined to predict the outcome of the which he said must come 40 days after the but said that he ex pected Hawaii to be a twoparty I March 14 is expected to make the transition from terri tory to Statehood much more easily and with fewer financial problems than did In there are nearly civilian residents to share the tax Alaska has only And the 50th state starts out with a budget surplus of more than while Alaska expects to run up a similar de ficit in its first year of state Hawaii already has reappor tioned itself a territory to match the political pattern for It has a 51 member House of Representatives and 25 Senators as called for In the State It already has a territorially financed judicial system of 10 circuit judges and a threeman Supreme Statehood will simply give the voters of Hawaii a say in the naming of the judg rather than having them ap pointed by the President In On the other Alaska is having to establish its judicial See Page 8 By HAZEL JOHNSON March 14 entertainment man of the hour in the new state of Hawaii is a Crosby that And hes got the Inside edge on becoming the 50th states first honorary Crosby won the aloha of Hawaii Friday when he knocked himself out as star of a five hour admissionfree show before a crowd of at Honolulu Crosbys contribution to the statehood celebration actually began Thursday night in Holly wood when he cancelled a tele vision appearance on the Art Linkletter show and one hour after was aboard a Honolulu bound The manner in which Crosby ended up star of the show it self smacks of the The suddenness with which the statehood bill passed in Con gress caught Hollywood off guard as noiie of the celebrities who weeks ago agreed to be here for the stadium show were able to break away on such short This situation prompted the See 4 March former bank cashier and a steel company president were brought before a Commis sioner today in the misapplica tion of more than in bank which the cash ier apparently didnt get a Cited in complaint filed with Commissioner Bentley Pike were Alvin president of the Knox Steel and Wire and Rudolph the described by the president of the bank where he formerly worked as the most lovable character youd ever want to Bond was set at for Schultz and for Bank president Theofll Bu lat said Belasick admitted the charges of misapplication of funds at the Bank of to cover checks drawn by some one and the FBI complaint See Page 9 October Red Tests Pollute Atmosphere March UPI Atomic Commissioner Willard Libby has come out for resumption of nuclear weap ons Libby believes that with fur her development of under ground test procedures it ought to be possible to obtain most of tho results on weapons design with this He made the statement in a paper on radioactive fallout for him Friday at a Uni versity of Washington meeting n Libby estimated that above March 14 United States wi soon build a base on Kwajalei Island In the central Pacific fo testing defenses against inter continental ballistic was revealed The base will be near th Atomic Energy Commission testing ground In Bikini an The NikeZeus possibly other types of antimis siles weapons are expected t be Plans for the installation hav been developed under a seourit The Army and Navy mad available only the barest de tails in ansnver to question from United Press Internation There was no comment what ever on reports Kwajalein wl be part of the Pacific missll range which has headquarter near Los Planned facilities for ttv range are the Navy There was room for specula that in the fu ture antlICBMs might be flre See TEST Page 8 French Naval Forces Hove Blow To NATO March U Allied leaders feared today determination to refill com mand of her Mediterranean Fleet even In time of war migh weaken the North Atlantic Treaty President De Gaulles show o independence was regarded as a bid for a stronger role in military commands anc o get more support for Frances Ight against the Algerian reb The Immediate impact of the French move was more There was apprehension it could give the impression especially to the Soviets of a sharp slon among the round Russian weapons tests ast October nearly doubled the nigh atmospheres burden of deadly radioactive Noting that in this same month the United Slates was Sec TEST S T Honolulu Now Southmost Spot KEY March longer is Key West the iouthcrnmosl city in the Unl ed Congress saw to that n voting to admit Hawaii to he I The French navy totals about Reliable sources said only a third of tho fleet had been earmarked to come under NATO command in time of French sources contended the governments decision to retain command would In no way alter See Page 4 Canham Heads Chamber March 14 UPI Erwin editor of the Christian Science Is the new president of Mayor Delio after athe Chamber of ook at a map confirmed Canham told a news confer vorst wired Hono ulufl mayor Congratulations to the south rnmost city in the from Delio mayor of Key the southern nost city in the Key like most of the once Friday following his elec tion that the United States Is involved in the most competi tive struggle in its But he said the American Enter prise System has very power ful tools with which to wage the lorlda is situated between Canham will serve a one 4 and 25 degrees north of the Honolulu is 21 19 minutes de year term starting April He is the first newspaperman to head the National AIRED TALK WILL STRESS SOVIET PERIL Must Convince People Issues Worth Sacrifice March 14 UPI Officials said today hey expect President Elsen in his Monday address to the to call for firm ness and courage to meet threat to They acknowledged that the among other aces the necessity of convinc ng the people and Allies the issues at stake vorth the stern stand being aken by the United White House Press Secretary Tames Hagerty announced Friday that Eisenhower would speak from his office from 0 10 Monday all radio and television net It will be the second time in ess than seven months tha resident has made a nation wide radioTV address on a vorld Last 11 ha used the media during the For mosa Straits crisis to rally pub ic opinion behind hia no ap leasement The President has spoken of perilous consequences tha lussians try to force the United Britain and France from heir Western sector ot Cha earner The American position adds in to the that he United States will fight be See Page 8 Taylor Urges Fighting Stand Dver Berlin March 14 UPI Flghtlfwemust testl nony by Army chief of staff Maxwell Taylor provld d new evidence today that tha nitecl States is willing to waga eneral war to keep Taylors testimony was mada ubllc by the Sonata prepared ess subcommittee Friday Respite security it eemed to indicate that tho gen rals conviction was shared by he joint chiefs of It was clear that Taylor felt clear expression of willingness 1 fight is the most likely dc errent to stop Russia from rcclpltating a war over President Eisenhower also as spoken of perilous con equences if the Russians seek force this France nd Britain from the Western ector ot tho former German Taylor appeared before tha ubcommittee but tha ostimony had to go through entagon censorship before It ould be made Ho said national determina on to fight an allout war was iost likely to stop the Russians om launching The Joint hiefs of he has ana to meet the Berlin crisis See Page 8 ANYBODV WANT TO BVY A This 0star purchased by the commisslon rs became outdated almost before it ar Hawaii statehood already has been ap and a new star will have to be the 49star beauty may see some du y it can be flown starting July 4 and Hawaii s not expected to officially become the 50th tale before that The county flag be lieved to be the first 49atar flag based In Navarro Left to right are John Dorsej county auditor John Purs Precinct 3 commissioner Arlon Precinct 2 commissioner Kenneth Doug county judge Harry counts clerk Jack Precinct t and Sammie Blooming Precinct 1 Photo by Tay lor   

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