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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - March 17, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHEB LOCAL FORECAST Generally fair through Wednesday a little warmer Wed nesday low tonight in Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 I 1 I 48 54 60 66 68 Complete Weather Report en flJHomeoMhe DailySunandSemlWetkly lid LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL 1959 PAGES 11 MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW March Higher electronics pace Mixed governments regular quiet Lower profit lower to 50 cents lower top Cattle Slaughter steers steady to 75 cents lower top AP TELEMATS 242 PRICE FIVE CENTS Ike Leaves Door Unlocked For Summit Meeting ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ftftftftftftftftfr Hays Threatens To Reveal Foreign Aid Data SECRET MEET SOLON FROH OHIO Say Excessive Premiums Paid For Union Links March 17 members of the House Foreign Affairs Commit tee clashed angrily today over keeping secret testimony by e top administration official on President Eisenhowers foreign aid Chairman Thomas Morgan CD ordered a secret session over angry objections from Wayne Hays Hays then announced that he will make public on the House floor a countryby country breakdown of aid which was disclosed at the secret The witness was Douglas undersecretary of state for economic He rein V forced the Presidents warning of Monday night that a reduc tion in foreign aid would ser tlously weaken defense by depriving its allies of urgently needed weapons and Hays said Morgan has assur ed him that all hearings would be open to the public but that he had changed the signals at the insistence of the administra They want to keep the pub Jic from knowing whats going he Hays said that acting Secreta ry Christian Mondays opening looked bad had to get him in out of Morgan said he willtry See Page 2 Surprise Snow Hits Michigan Slowing Travel By The Associated Press A surprise storm hit parts of with up to a foot of enow causing hazardous 1 driving The snow ranged from 10 to 12 inches at Grand Haven while the Detroit area had 3 12 inch Much of the had dry and fairly cool weather in the wake of rain and wind storms over the Skies also were clear from the Rockies westward to the Pacific with a general warming trend reported in most There were a few wet Moderate to heavy rain fell in most sections of The wet belt extended into southern Georgia and the Carolina coast and eastern Show ers sprinkled parts of the west ern The weekend storms were blamed for at least 11 deaths while seven other persons died from heart attacks induced by overexertion in the heavy one of winters major killed 43 Heaviest snows were in the Midwest while galelike winds whipped sections of the midcon tinent and into the Texas House Panel Will Speed Tax Bills Study ONLY ONE LEFT the death of John In the only remaining veteran of the Civil War is Walter the of the more than 4 million men who fought in the AP Wirephoto French Jeopardize Atomic Sub Data March 17 UP sources said today Frapce have torpedo ed her own bid for access to atomic submarine secrets by withholding her naval vessels from NATO Although certain French fleet units had been committed to the North Atlantic Treaty com mand in the event of France notified NATO officials last week she had decided to keep the entire Mediterranean fleet under French The sources said privately that decision of the De Gaulle government could prove the Editor Fairiield Newspaper Dies March 17 Lee edi rtorrnenager of the Fairfield Recorder died today after a brief illness from He had been publishing the Recorder since the death of his in His Joe Lee is managing editor of the Polk County Enterprise at Living Two brothers also are news They are Hulen Kir gan of the Mexia Daily News and Randall Kirgan of the Sweetwater Daily An other Raymond lives in ISSUE BANK CALL March 17 UPI The comptroller of the currency today issued a National Bank call for the con dition of National Banks as of March clinching argument for denial of the Tijey atomic energy specifically provides that to be eligible for sharing such a nation must be making substantial contribution to the de fense and security of the free To withdraw the fleet from the Allied command would scarcely be in line with this said a well placed congressional source who de clined to be quoted by There was no comment from the State France has under the for a share of atomic submarine secrets and for per mission to buy an Amcrican See Says Japanese AirDirtiest March 17 UPI A Japanese health official said today Japans industrial cities have the dirtiest air in the Takeo chief of the Labor Health Department of the Institute of Public said this was his conclusion after a threeyear survey of air Suzuki said the monthly aver age of industrial fallout dirt and smoke in Ka wasaki for was 20 tons per square One square kilometer equals twofifths of one square He said this was five tons higher than the monthly aver age for March 17 W A ipeedup in consideration of tax bills was announced today by chairman if the House Revenue and Tax ition Ramsey said that in view of he fact that the committee has ipproximately 60 bills on hand and that we must take some action soon on some sort of ax bill or the commit ee will go on a fourday a veek hearing This announcement came as he argument over taxes and terms continued to hold the egislative The Rev enue and Taxation Committee has been meeting twice a Ramsey also said a hearing would be held Thursday on a graduate tax on oil and gas The House overwhelming ap proved a small revenueslashing It passed and sent o the Senate a bill to reduce he annual license fee forbuses the same rate as that of rucks of the same There was almost no discus sion of the point that the meas ure would reduce Highway De partment revenue a The bill passed Floor action in the House vas stopped when the voting machine broke It ad journed until 10 Wednes The Senate quit until Wednesday at Carr Split Price Daniel and Speak er Waggoner Carr were in sharp disagreement over what makes a sajes although said he had no quarre See Page 9 Duncan Composed After Her Conviction March 17 March 17 The Park Cities Bank Trust in the Highland Park Shop ping Village was robbed of 000 The holdup was pulled shortly before noon by a lone The a blonde haired man wearing a grey sport took the mostly in and teller Steve Cheek at pistol Witnesses said they saw the bandit run from the bank and disappear into the shopping vil who sounded an alarm buzzer connected directly to the Highland Park police tion at told police Nobles the man ap peared at his connter with a I want your he con He then said I want Asked how she she smiled and said Like anyone else under the same circum I Defense attorney Ward Sul livan said he did not think Duncan fully comprehends what He said she spent a fairly restful night un der heavy Four men and eight women who convicted the matronly de fendant Monday of hiring two men to murder Olga 30yearold Canadian born returned to court Freedom Debate Involves NJC P A bill guaranteeing that no public school or a statesup ported college teacher would be denied the right to partici pate in political activity was en dorsed in Austin by the State Affairs committee ac cording to The Associated and Navarro Junior College was mentioned in the The Senate Bill 238 by Senator Henry Gonzalez of San would prohibit such participation or lack of partici pation from being a factor in employment or according to the Associated called the bill a Teachers Bill of and was aimed at preventing school boards from passing edicts that no teacher can participate in He said the bill was endorsed by Judge Jim Sewell of liberal who had written him that the bill will correct a situation at the junior college but did not specify what situation he had in College officials said the refer ences were apparently directed to portions of the Navarro Jun ior College Administrative hand book adopted Following are excerpts from the section dealing with aca demic freedom and after outlin ing the responsibilities to the state and nation It is suggested that in the area of politics that our per sonnel be most guarded lest the activities of the individual be construed as that of the institu As a public institution our personnel is looked upon as holding positions that are public In Thus any activity on the part of our personnel tends to be regarded as expressing the views of the no matter how circumspect or careful we there are those who would assume that the political views of our personnel are carried over into the class Politics in the nature of tend to be highly contro and for all these it is respectfully suggested that our people re frain from any undue political and not to take an active part iri furthering any political either directly or as a member of any partisan political It of be understood that nothing contained is in tended to restrict or deny the right of It is also to be understood as prohibiting employes of the college from seeking election to a paid politi cal public Also included in the Academic freedom section is the follow ing language relating to princi ple of academic freedom The college is committed to the principle of aca demic The prin ciple recognizes the right of an instructor to explore fully within the field of his assign ment and to express in and out of classroom what he or she believes to represent the Academic must not be mistaken for academic No instructor has the right to say or do as he or she Just as there are restrictions on the freedom of speech for the ordinary there are afsoi retries tions on academic of instructors free dom carries with it a spending sense of responsiblfl to the to the commurilf UPI Elizabeth Duncan was composed and smiling to day on her return to court for a hearing to determine wheth er she will live or die for the murder of her sons pregnant The wore a with a 54yearold defendant black and white dress fur trimmed collar to Under trial law Californias in capital three offense the jurors now must de cide in a second hearing what penalty Duncan must pay and establish her sanity or in sanity in a third Roy prosecutor of the case and au thor of the threetrial ex pected the penalty phase of the hearing to take at least two Sullivan indicated he would ask for at least a days recess between the penalty hearing and the sanity RussiaEgypt Feud In Open tOJVE GVNMAN GETS AT HIGHLAND PARK BANK your Then he said I want the rest of vice president of the estimated the loot at Bank officials said several persons were in the lobby but that none appeared aware a was in The described as hatch was in his early 20s and about 5 feet 7 inches witnesses The teller guess ed he would weigh about 115 Cheek gave London Suffers Heaviest Fire Loss In Years March UPI Londons worst since the wartime blitz ravaged a dozen homes and eight stores in the northern suburbs early today before firemen brought its 100 foot flames under Three firemen were injured fighting the flames which roar ed through Ilford High major suburban shopping cen Scores of persons living nearby were turned out of their homes as a safety Estimates of damage ran as high as 40 million dollars The which burned for more than 8 cast a glow in the sky which could be seen for 15 More than 200 fire some of whom from communities as far as 68 miles helped to fight the It was just like blitz one official We had to post firewatchers on the roof of the town hall to prevent show ers ot sparks from setting fire to Arjoth er official said the bkaze was Essex countys worst fire of the The great fire which ravaged central Lon don on did not ex tend to the suburbs across the Essex Mac night Defeat Labor Censure Move March 17 Prime Minister Harold millans regime Monday beat back a new Labor party attempt to bring down the gov ernment with a motion to cen sure its handling of the after math of the 1956 Suez Amid Laborite the House of Commons voted 300 230 against the censure motion A government motion to ap prove the agreement with the United Arab Republic settling financial claims from the in vasion then carried without a formal this account of the robbery This little fella came in our side He came in with his right hand in his sport He pulled out a little blue cradled in his right It was about a He told give me your 20s and This kind of stunned me There Is no dollar See Page 2 College Board Calls For Bids On New Building Trustees of Navarro Junior College in session Monday af ternoon authorized the adver tising for bids for the new 000 library and classroom build ing to be opened April The action came after the board had reviewed plans and specifications on the new build ing and had also been given a report that the first of four sec tions of buildings being received from the Air Force at Waco would be moved to the college campus this An overall discussion of the building program was it was with some changes outlined to the Bush and of President Ben Jones and DeanRegistrar Gaston Gooch made reports to the board of their attendance last week at the national junior college as meetings in Long and also went In to detail with the board on features and sections of the an nual career day planned at the college sponsored joint ly by the college and the educa tion committee of the Corsica na Chamber of March 17 Soviet Premier Nikita Khrush chevs support of the Iraqi communists against President amal Abdel Nasser and his United Arab Republic has end ed the long SovietUAR horiey Khrushchev accused Nasser Monday of wanting to annex Iraq to the UAR within a few hours Nasser snapped back and accused Khrushchev of total y unacceptable interference in the UARs Internal Khrushchevs Moscow state ment put the Soviet Union on the side of Iraq in the bitter quarrel with Nasser over the communist penetration of Iraqi Premier Abdel Kassems gov Nassers reaction was as quick and as sharp as his replies to alleged Western interference in Arab Both leaders said they want ed to keep good but their public exchange made it clear they were on opposite Nasser referred sharply to new forms of Diplomats here speculated whether the split will cut Rus sias huge aid program to Egypt which began when the commun ist bloc sold Nasser arms iri Since then Russia has prom ised Nasser 175 million dollars help liiduilriaiviir EgVpt and 100 million construction of the Aswan High Dam on the Nile all of It free of political Iri Syria got both arms and economic aid before Page 2 Youth Is Held After School Shooting Spree Cana March held a 19yearold youth today in connection with a wild shoot Wilson Named To Waco Court March 17 JP Frank Wilson of Waco has been appointed associate jus tice of the 10th Court of Civil Appeals in Price Daniel appointed Wilson Monday to succeed Jos eph Hale who resigned effective April Wilson and Daniel were classmates at has taught seniot law classes at Baylor for years He resigned as chairman of the Texas Youth Council last May Face Perjury Charge For Attack Mayor Victim Of PigeonDrop March 17 UPI Authorities today considered perjury charges against Mayor Sheldon Smith who admitted he faked a razor attack to cover his appropria tion of In city Decatur county prosecutor Richard Garvey said confessed Monday night after taking a He detector test Indianapolis state police head Smith told police he took the money to cover a loss he sus tained when an unidentified man swindled him out of pigeon drop confidence The mayor originallly claim ed three men lured him to his private where he also operates an accounting 21 and attacked him with razor He said he fainted See Page the assailants looted his office of in city court fines and in cash One of Smiths duties as may or is to serve as city handling mostly traffic He also is chairman of the County Republican Smith later named Forest arrested during the weekend on a drunk enness as one of his Hollars was relased from Greensburg Jail Monday night after being held three days for Garvey said he had suspect ed the attack was a hoax from the beginning because the razor cuts were mere scratches on his arms and did not line up with cuts in his Smith was hospitalized for five days for treatment of shock cuts after the at The proscutor said he prob ably would ask that a grand jury be impaneled to consider a charge of perjury against Smitn for signing an affidavit nam ing Hollars as his who earlier yesterday returned the money to the city court was freed pend ing the Garvey said when Smith returned the he said he felt a moral responsibility for the funds even though they had been tak en from him by Garvey said he also was awaiting a report from the state board of accounts to determine exactly how much was taken from Smiths court and whether all the missing money had been In making his Garvey said Smith told him I couldnt see an innocent man See Page 2 Ing spree in a school corridor crowded in which high student was killed and six oth ers one Officials said Stan William son returned to Ross High School Monday seeking revenge for the breakup ot his romance with Diane He carried a loaded caliber Williamson apparently wailed until classes were dismissed for the police then ac costed the girl and a Howard as students milled In the main Witnesses said Williamson at first argued with Gates and the Then he suddenly started killing Gates and crit ically wounding the He then opened fire on other startled students around him in the wounding five be fore he was overpowered by teachers and THE HAIKIN O THE GBKEN University of Ok lahoma student fromOklahoma showed his allegiance to Partick this Martin grew a four week as most engineering students at the dining Engineering wljcbV always ends March Then he shaped the shamrock on each side with scissors and dyed it Op posite the O is the letter Ur which he dyed of for Oklahomas Big Red foot ball AP Wlrepholo SOME DOUBT ASSESSMENT OF STRENGTH Congress Backs Firmness About Berlin Situation March 17 Eisenhower has cautiously opened the door to a summertime summit meeting with Soviet Premier Nlklta provided foreign ministers somehow lay the ad vance At the same time he gave no tice the United States will fight rather than yield to the Soviet demand that Allied troops leave West Berlin so it can become a free Cant Buy Peace We can not try to purchase peace by forsaking two million free people of Eisenhow er The President spoke out Mon day night in a special television radio report to the nation on the mounting Berlin He charged the Soviet Union has deliberately created a war threat to enforce its Berlin de and Indicated appease ment would be worse than use Must Stand Firm War would become more like ly if we gave way and encour aged a rule of terrorism rather See Page I Host Europe First Vanguard Completes Year Circling Earth March 17 UPI Americas Vanguard I satellite completed its first year in orbit around the earth today with a record of uninterrupted transmission of data from The which Is ex pected to remain orbit for 200 to made revolu tions of the earth and traveled miles during its first It is the only satellite which has transmitted information from space for an entire Scientists say Its solar powered transmitter should operate for tons or hundreds of years to The pound satellite was hailed as the first true space vehicle Monday night by speak ers at a dinner honoring John Hagen and his Van guard Among the achievements of Vanguard I listed by Hagen and the Navy were that the earth Is See Page 2 To Ikes Talk March 17 UP President Elsenhowers speech on the Berlin crisis and the pos sibility of a summit conference won a hearty welcome In West Germany and Britain Elsewhere In Western Europe it received top play In the press although there waa no Immedi ate editorial or official Mayor Willy Brandt of West Berlin said the speech firms our conviction that wa can truly count on our Ameri can The British Foreign Office had no formal Brit ish officials said privately they regarded It as an excellent A spokesman for the West German government in Bonn de clared Eisenhower had given a timely warning of while possible making known his readiness to negoti First Communist reaction came from the East Ger man news It declared the speech made it plain that the United States would not be afraid to unleash a Neither the Soviet news nor the home radio in the Soviet Union carried any mention of Elsenhowers In New Prime Minister Nehru told the Indian Parlia ment he welcomed Eisenhow ers acceptance of a foreign ministers conference and a pos sible summit Raps Foreign Oil Tank March 17 Iff A geologist claimed today that some companies have become what he termed panic ky in seeking foreign oil con He said these com panies may upset financial ar rangements and cause expro The speaker was George who addressed the Amrlcan of Petroleum Ge of which he Is presi In a speech prepared for de he told the delegates that some companies have jumped in on many occasions and consummated deals in for eign areas by paying enormous high or made confiscatory net profit deals without proper He said the firms are more interested in the number of acres they can tie up than in oil Buchanan call ed them Johnnycomelatelys and said they have been HI panicky they have upset existing patterns of barter to the extent that they may en courage vice president or the Husky oil said some of the rush to for eign fields is caused by failure to find more oil In the than is he we have found about as much as we consume but much of this has been accomplished by deeper drilling in proven extensions of presently produc tive fields and through im proved engineering He advocated developing for eign fields primarily to servJ markets where the oil Is I am not suggesting that the American petroleum Industry cease its foreign exploratory ac he but only that we use considered Judgment n the future allocation of our ex ploratory budgets between do mestlc and foreign The industry both here and abroad is simply not generat ing enough money to carry on its present ambitious commit More thought should be given to keeping our domestic picture strong and in He urged elimination of wasteful producing methods and continued study of oil recovery from tar lignite and He also pointed 0 the underwater fields off the Texas and California coasts as possibilities for aggressive oil There is a firm basis for be lieving that discoveries and re serves of petroleum In the Unit ed States can pace with increasing domestlce require ments for a long the pres ident of Humble Oil and Re fining said Morgan Davis told ths geologists the nations reserves have been underestimated con sistently In the past and In stead of running out of oil and proved reserves of liquid petroleum and gas are at an alltime On a sound statistical the number of fields with ul timate reserves of 20 million barrels or more found In last 10 years should prove to be as high as In any prior de not even excluding the record period immediately pre ceding he In the next 20 with t tle allowance for Increased ra eovery due to Improved tech a minimum additional supply of 74 billion barrels of crude oil can be counted upon from fields already discovered See 3   

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