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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - March 23, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHEB LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Tuesday warmer this afternoon and Thermometer Headings 9 10 I 11 I 13 1 I 51 62 66 70 72 73 74 Report on Market HJHomeotthe Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Nomine liahttf LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW March 23 er steels and coppers ed governments gen eral CHICAGO Mixed new crop months scattered de moderate Hogs to 40 cents lower top Cattle steers strong to higher top AP TELEMATS 247 MARCH 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Federal Jobless Help Standards Threaten States ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Final West Strategy Meeting At White House MAJOR STEPS ARE LEAKED Unified Approach To Be Decided By All Allies March UPI President Eisenhower and British Prime Minister Macmillan called a fi nal conference today to round out strategy for winning worth while agreements from Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev at the proposed summer summit Details tater The two during their weekend talks at Camp sketched the broad outlines of concessions and demands for the They left it to their foreign ministers to work out with the other Allies a unl fled The final meeting of the big two was set for the White House at 4 Major Provisions Officials said the broad plan mapped by Eisenhower and Macmillan for the approach to the summit consist of the fol lowing steps The Western note agree ing to a summit conference only after a May 11 Geneva foreign ministers will be sent to Russia later this week if it receives the antici pated endorsement of French President Charles De Gaulle and the 15nation NATO Coun ciUln Foreign meeting In See Page 14 Pravda Gives Summit Meet Brief Mention March Communist party riewspa per Pravda reported briefly today that President Eisenhower and British Premier Harold Macmillan had reached agree ment on summit conference on Germany this The newspaper made rio com it cited American press comment that Eisenhow er was compelled to relinquish his recently stated condition that a summit meeting is con vokable only if a conference of foreign ministers achieved de finite The official Soviet news agency Tass said in a New York datelined dispatch that now juding from American press re the presidents position amounts to expectation that a conference of foreign ministers will justify calling for a sum mit Pravda also quited United Press International State De partment correspondent Stewarl Hensley to the effect that Ei senhower will agree to a sum mit even if a foreign ministers conference achieves nothing more than the agreement on an agenda for a Senate Orders AntiInflation Study Child RapeMurder Enrages Spokane DOUBLE spring in the air in a teenagers thoughts naturally turn to this girl apparently is play ing it two The trio was caught by a passing photographer at a high school baseball gamein AP Wirepho to Malik Reviews Communist Gains LOS March 23 Charles pres ident or the said today that ommun ism now has not only succeeded in controlling onethird of man kind with an iron but also is scaring the very life out of the remaining Malik spoke at Charter Day exercises on the campus of the University of California at Los Angeles UCLA where he re ceived an honorary doctor of laws It should be made perfectly clear that communism funda mentally rejects nature and the moral and openly seeks the domina tion of the the chief UN delegate from Labanon Malik called this an age of great with the cer tainty that an unlimited nuclear war will bring about the destruc tion of hundreds of millions of if not the whole ol life on MIGs Survey Quemoys Isles March Eight Communist Chinese Migs flew directly over the shellbat tered Quemoy Islands today for the first time in The Sovietbuilt jet fighters circled the cluster of 14 Nation alistheld Islands and then flew the defense department Nationalist antiaircraft artil lery did not fire at the Red the ministry It was the first reported Com munist aerial intrusion of the Quemoy skies since last Au tumns heavy artillery he has not only succeeded In one gene ration in controlling with an absolute iron hand onethird of but has actually reach ed a position of strength In which it scares the very life out of the remaining A UCLA crowd estimated at heard Malik outline the crisis in four other In cluding The unprecedented tri umphs of science and technol Into a totally new dimension of destruc one might indeed be termed the absolute sudden and accelerat ed rise of the great peoples of Asia and Africa who are justly and in most cases have already a life of equality and in rise in recent decades ol See Page Womens Heels Ruining Floors March The sharp and shapely Italian heels that grace pretty English girls feet are murdering the floors in offices and dance One big Lever Broth which employes wo men in its London offices alone has banned sharp heels for its It calculates that a 105pound girl wearing spike heels exerts a pressure on the floor of one ton per square A 22 pound his weight spread over his entire puts down only 28 pounds per square inch March 23 aroused police force vowed to day to find the killer of Candy a 9yearold Camp Fire firl whose ravished body was ound in a clump of woods after i 16day Well put every available man on the case and keep them here until the thing is laid Police Chief Clifford ather of a daughter aged We know what were look ng for Were looking for a He said It appeared the child had been picked up on a street strangled with a iece of her own then burl ed under a pile of brush miles rom town all within a few hours 17 days Never before has Spokane or ts 230man police force been so stirred by a The pretty ourthgrader vanished March 6 while selling Camp Fire mints door to door near her Police found six boxes of mints scattered near a bridge n the 12 hours that followed then ran Into a blank wall despite 750 tips rom substantial skid row bums and tea leaf Three searchers in an Air Force helicopter were killed in a Thousands of volunteers combed Candys CLAIM REVOLT IN TIBET SPREADS INTO RED CHINA March The antiCommunist revolt in Tibet has spread to Communist a Nationalist Chinese cabinet member said He urged the antiCommunist world o assist the revolution lest it become another The official was LI t h canyon scoured below along the banks of the canyons Spo See Page 14 9 Officers Map Hunt For Killer Entire Family March 23 from Mary land and Virginia met here to day with FBI agents to map a search for the slayer or slayers of the four members of the Car roll Jackson family of Mineral The family disappeared my steriously the night of 11 On March the bodies of Jack and 18monthsold Jan et were found in a sawdust pit near The bodies of Mildred Jackson and Susan were found Saturday in a shallow grave in a woods near Annapo Wllburg Wade of the Anne Arundel po lice said he believed an itineranl sawmill hand may have killec the Wade said there is a connection between the sites where they were kidnaped and where the bodies were Wade said all are near saw Wade said he was convinced the killer of the Jacksons vas the same person who killed Mrs Margaret Harold in 1957 Her body was found about half mile from where the bodies o Jackson and her daughter See Page 14 Drunken Driver Smashes Girls March 23 Julia whose right leg was amputated Saturday night by a doctor operating with a borrowed clung dog edly to life The girl was in critical condi ion in a suburban Kirkwood nospital but nurses said she was doing well in view of what had Julias was n the same recovering from fractures of both They were struck Saturday night by a car which skidded around a curve on agravel roadnear their home in Arnold 15 miles southwest of State police said the driver was Robert of sub urban He was charged with careless and reckless driv ing while The girls were walking toward Their Clar ence saw the car mil Donna was knocked 20 feet to the side of the but Julias leg became wedged be tween the cars rear bumper and a fender and she was dragged 70 Howard Soman of was called to the He borrowed a knife from state trooper Emmett Welch and us ing light from head lamps on the patrol removed Julias leg below the Texas Solons Begin Tax Bill Hearings March 23 UP The House advanced water safety and shrimp conservation meas sures today and recessed until Tuesday for a major tax bill It also heard a speech by Jerry Sadler of Palestine who told members they should not be panicked by TV and radio speeches and publicity on the taxation This was a reference to Price Daniels radio speech Sun day saying he would give no ground on the sales tax ques The House quickly passed 134 3 and sent to the Senate a once controversial measure that would set a closed season on shrimping in coastal bays and As it would close the season to commercial shrimping in inside coastal wa ters except during an 15 15 open A water safety code bill was advanced to third reading by a 7456 vote but no effort was made to give it final The bill was designed to curb dang erous boating and waterski Senate recessed ia the limit Increase Gulp Krueger of El midst of debate on a truck afternoon round of the This followed the governors radio appeal for public support He served notice on the Legislature that he would not retreat in his fight against a general sales His pledge of a lest ditch bat tle against any such tax no matter what its perhaps held the implied threat of a ve to although the governor has not flatly said The governors helpers were urging House members to put pressure on the revenue and taxation committee to vote out two Danielbacked measures to help rub out the They are the dormant fund bill and the proposed revision of the franchise tax One of his deficit solving the bookkeeping was fourth down on the house calendar to day but several controversial measures were ahead of Daniels appeal over 40 radio stations Sunday for public sup ports against what he called an arrogant lobby lined up against his program will be fol lowed today by public hear Campo took the Senate floor to attack the truck load bill as one which would bring damage to the states highway The bill would increase the truck load limit from pounds to Before the House several of Daniels top aides worked the floor to line up members behind the adminis tration deficiterasing which has been Im mediate results of the push could not be Senators voted 1713 to table an amendment to the truck weight bill which proponents said would butcher the bill so it wouldnt be worth living The amendment by Charles Herring of Austin would substitute a national highway code recommendations for axle spacing and Krueger offered an amend ment to restrict the maximum limits to the interstate system or roads built following He held the floor when the senate voted to recess un til 2 the upper chambers ing on several money bills he does not Four Bills Pending The House Revenue and Tax ation Committee was to take up at HB727 a meas ure including a one per cen occcupation tax on retail bus nesses and a two per cent levy on transportation HB business privilege tax HB786 a four per cent tax on the firs sale of all goods manufacture or imported in Texas a one per cent gross receipts tax All such revenue raising measures were the target of series of weeknd state ments and speeches by Danie Speaker Waggoner Carr has indicated favor of what he calls such broadbase measures as 800 and As the Legislature started what promises to be a short fourday preEaster holida the calendars of both houses had an increasingly heavy load of debatable meas Both houses are expected to adjourn Wednesday until the Tuesday after Many important bills crowd See Page 14 9 Men Killed In Nine Blast March 23 explosion ripped through a small coal mine in the Tennessee hill country to day and killed nine men working in the main the Scott County Sheriff Five bodies were recovered from the inky shaft by noon and crews working to reach the others reported there was little chance that any were of governments tihe Nationalist Mongolian and Tibetan affairs He told United Press International the uprising had spread across the border to the Chinese prov inces of Slkang and Sikang also borders L made the statement short ly after Indian Prime Minister Jawaharial Nehdu told Parlia ment in New Delhi today that street fighting broke out in the Tibetan capital of Nehru expressed concern for the safety of the Dalai Lama whose whereabouts are now un Nehru said the situation in Lhasa later became Ho expressed hope the Dalai La ma was safe and that the pres ent tense situation will be re solved Nehru also disclosed that the See Page 14 Detention Dam Taxation Set Saturday Property owning voters of Navarro county will determine Saturday whether or not a tax not to exceed two cents on the valuation will be levied to pay maintenance of small de tention dams constructed in Navarro county by the Soil Conservation The polls will open at 8 and will close at 7 in the 40 voting precincts of the coun There had been six votes cast at the office of Har ry county Monday and 23 up plications had been sent out from that The deadline for absentee voting will expire Absentee ballots received post marked prior to midnight Wednesday will be counted by the absentee board Saturday not later than 1 Kenneth county stated that the returns are required to be made to the county clerk and that the com missioners court will likely can vass and declare the results at its regular meeting Wednes April The county clerk said election judges can call their election boxes and plies Thursday and that for sup GADGET KEEPS CHILD ALIVE AFTER of holds the electronic gadget which lit erally kept her heart beating for nearly a week after she under went open heart surgery in Nurse Alice of the Childrens Medical where Glenda was a looks The heart beater is equipped with a transistor and operates for 100 hours on a mercury It is called a AP Wirepholo Weekend Toll Texas Violence Is At Least 32 By The Associated Press Traffic killed 16 persons as the weekend violent death toll in Texas climbed to at least A light plane crashed at Dal las Sunday and killed Instruc tor of Dal las and Jimmy of Jrand who obtained ils pilots license only the day Frank wife of an oil field and her 5 weekold Sandra perished Sunday in an early morning fire at their home in A car struck and killed Sabas of Waco on a downtown street in Waco Sun A twocar collision at Glade in East took the lives of Dale and Alta both of and Frearman Gray of Brownsboro Saturday night Dorothy Glader water and See Page 14 Everybody Mum About Death Of Teenage Bride March 23 today prob ed the mysterious death of an attractice 16yearold Beverly Hills whose husband and wealthy parents refused to talk about the baffling The neatly clothed body of Brenda Emerson was found ly ing on the lawn of Josephs Hospital Saturday night aftei an unidentified man telephoned and said Theres a body lying out on your A black sedan jus drove off real A preliminary autopsy failed to determine the cause of death although it was revealed au topsy surgeons found a smal mark on the inner part of hei might have hypodermic right arm which been made by a Vandergrlft iald that when he and anothei detective went to the nearby West Los Angeles home of Mrs Emersons anc William they were met by Attorney Jerome Whats the crime Weber according to Vander The Detective said Webei told them that he had advised See Page 14 March 23 Senate today voted for a sweeping sutdy of antiinflation measures after Democratic Leader Lyndon Johnson termed infla tion a problem second only to the issue of national Approval was by voice vote with no audible In urging the Johnson attacked the Eisenhower ad ministrations high interest rate policy as surrender without a The money will be used by the HouseSenate Economic headed by Paul Douglas to finance a under way of interest money supply and government financing pro The investigation will parallel one being conducted for the administration by a highlevel committee headed by Vice President Richard It is time for another inven Johnson He add ed that Inflation had Imposed a cruel burden upon the peo especially those with fixed Johnson said it has been 18 years since the temporary Na tional Committee headed by Joseph OMahoney D See Page 14 Police Assist Mercy Mission For Baby Girl An infant ill with bron chitis and a possible heart arrived at Texas Chil drens Hospital in Houston early today after a mercy drive from The Associated Press City police blocked traffic here late Sunday night as an Oklahoma City police lieutenant Weldon sped Gale Evans and her sevenweekold Donna to Hous State highway patrol and other officers gave the Oklaho ma officers car a clear road and an escort to The baby is reported rest ing well in an oxygon tent to oday in Officers Bald the baby could not travel by plane and the family waa unable to secure an NATO Leaders Meet In Paris March 23 NATOs commander in chief in the Mediterranean flew to Paris today for toplevel dis cussions on Frances decision to withdraw her Mediterranean fleet from Allied command in case of British Sir Alexander Blngley flew here from his Malta headquarters with his chief of Vice Sir John have controlled fleet In time of Bingley would the French GOVERNORS MEET WITH PRESIDENT Senate Panel For Extending Compensation March 23 Eisenhower and a group of governors met to day to explore ways to improve the federalstate jobless aid pro The White House conference got under way at Advance indications were that Eisenhower would tell the gov ernors that unless state unem ployment compensation laws are Congress may move In and enact compulsory feder al Others Attend The Presidents meeting was committee with the executive of the Also Governors sitting at the session were Secretary of the Treasury Robert Secretary of Commerce Lewis and Secretary of Labor James Others present included Raymond chairman of the Presidents Council of Eco nomic Wilton Per Eisenhowers chief and Robert another presidential Short Session Due The arrangement was for governors to confer with Elsen for about an theii Kxmtinue the discussion with the other admlnlstrtalon offi The state chief executive planned lunch at the White House with those In dications were the conference would end In While the White House meet ing was under the See Page 10 FBI Grabs 12 For Swindling Puzzle Contests March 23 UPI Twelve men were ar rested by FBI agents in a nationwide crackdown on a swindle Involving newspaper puzzle Director Edgar Hoover said the arrested in raids from Florida to were picked up on charges of con apiring to violate federal laws against fraud by wire or Ho said two Cana dians also were Involved In the Convictions carries a maxi mum penalty of a fine and five years Hoover said four of the men were seized in three in two in Pennsylvania and one each In Wis consin and He said an FBI Investigation showed that answers to puzzle contests prepared by two New York firms Superior Feature Syndicate and General Fea tures Syndicate were obtain ed in advance and were used to win more than In prizes See Offer Bank Robber Rules Editors note There was an increase last year of 43 per cent In the number of bank The trend still Is The head of the FBI discusses In the following dln pntch what the hanks them selves and what eyewltnesseit to robberies can do to help law enforcement agencies cope with the By JOHN EDGAR Director FBI March 23 UPI Americas law enforce ment profession is becoming in creasingly alarmed at the ris ing trend of crimes against hanks and bankingtype Institu Last more violations of the federal bank robbery statute were committed than ever before barring a re vrrsal of the trend for January in another new record is in the During there were 704 violations of the federal bank robbery statute an increase of 43 per cent over the number reported in Included among these were 416 206 burglaries and 82 larcenies of banks and savings and associations covered by federal The early weeks of 1059 have witnessed a continuation of the rise in these Barring a sharp reversal of the present at least 800 assaults upon banking Institutions will be re ported to the FBI for Investiga tion this year and the figure may soar even higher than The certainty of swift identi fication and apprehension re mains one of the most effective deterrent of these In this the law enforce ment profession has demonstrat ed its effectiveness time and Lossthanoneday solu tions of bank robberies with recovery of the entire loot have become common occur Last year in federal courts 411 convictions were returned under the fed eral bank robbery statute and many other bank bandits were convicted in state Every person who entrusts his money to a bank or savings and loan association has the right to expect that 1 The physical facilities of the institution do not Invite assaults by or sneak In this the mere presence of burglar armed steel gratings and the like has dis couraged many potential bank 2 The bank has a positive security program for prevent ing criminal For ex all doors and windows should be double checked be fore the bank is closed for tha day suspicious persons seen loitering in or near the bank should be reported background Inquiries should be made con cerning all prospective bank employes currency and securi ties should not be left In a place accessible to others when a teller leaves his post the mint mum amount of cash necessary for handling immediate trans action should be kept In tellers cash drawers and unnecessary routines should be avoided so that the actions of bank person nel do not follow the same pre dictable In the vast majority of viola tions of the federal bank rob bery statute there are eyewit nesses to the These Bee Page 14   

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