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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - March 24, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER cloudy and warm through Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 I 12 I 1 I 60 66 69 1 74 76 77 ItT Complete Weather Report on Market fflHonnoHhe Dally amand Semi Warily MorninK LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW March mixed trading corpor ates profit CHICAGO new crop months mixed light light scattered Hogs to 50 cents higher top Slaughter steers steady to 50 cents higher top AP TELEMATS MARCH PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Macmillan Sees Free World Test Senate OKs Heavier Trucks Bill FIRST Glen and Merrill gave birth to daughters just 19 minutes Only 67 minutes earlier their older Kirt had given birth to her The first for each wo man were all delivered by obstetrician Ken neth Hill at Marks Hospital in Salt Lake AP Wirephoto Schools Adopts Health Plan EMERGENCY PRISON CASH IS SOUGHT House Debate On Representation Becomes Heated March 24 A bitter fight between big city and country representa tives over their respective power in the House ended In a compromise By a 11032 vote the House approved and sent to the Sen ate a measure that would lim it any county to nine repre sentatives unless It became larger than One a d d 11 lonal legislator would be allowed thereafter lor each in population March 24 UP A bill boosting the weight limit of trucks was passed 2010 by Racket Witnesses Mention Cohen CreviceTrapped Briton Dies r March SANDERS SAYS MILLIONS HINGE ON DAM TAX VOTE A health program submitted by the school health committee of the Navarro County Medical Society was adopted in princi ple by the board of trustees of Corsicana public schools Monday The action followed an ex tensive study made by the health The study was requested by the school Charles rep resenting the health explained the program to the school Board members voted to ac cept the program ojctMla on a motion from Mrs E Amonj the recommendations of the health committee is that whooping cough and immunizations be required for entrance to all with appropriate booster shots being given prior to entrance to junior high It was also recommendec that an additional school nurse be added and that students in jured in athletic contests be treated by their own physician and should return to the spor only on consent of the physi The program laid out by the health committee is more than five pages Matt Dawson president of the school board said it would probably be im possible to follow every singl recommendation of the healtl committee but that the schoo board would see that the pro See Page 10 Draft Extension Bill s Signed March 24 UPI President Eisenhow er has signed into law the hi continuing the peacetime dra for four years beyond June 3C Besides continuing authorit to induct young men betwee 18 12 and 26 years th legislation also continues specia authority to draft dentists an doctors and extends the law ing enlisted men allowances fo Fighting Renewed In Tibet Capital the fighting vas on a smaller scale than last veek in the mountain out that it had spread to mportant centers of Reports from the own in northeastern India vhich straddles the main trade oute into said the Tibet an rebels have improved their iquipment by capturing Chi NEW March 4 Fighting has broken ut again in the Tibetan capital f Lhasa and Buddhist nonks have joined the revolt gainst the Chinese commu informed sources report d Find Children Safe As Father Shoots Himself March 24 small miss ng since their father abductec them Monday and later sho himself to were found safe early Brenda Gail and Eddie Norton were locat ed at a local nursery to climax an intense search that lasted through the Officers returned the chil dren to their Ed die who had fearec they might have been Their a 29yearol shipping took his own life about 30 minutes after tak ing the children away from th home of his estranged While mpre than 500 police civil defense workers and unteers hunted for the children during the they were saf and sound in the whos staff knew nothing of the case Operators of the nursery sai Norton left the children ther See Page 10 esa arms and are using them gainst the The reports said the Chinese had badly damaged the wo biggest Buddhists monas eries in Sera and Dro prompting the monks to oin The sources said the Dalai Lamas summer Norbu also was Tibetan officials were meet ng in Kalimpong to discuss he They were re orted preparing to appeal to ndia for UPI dispatch from Taipei uoted a member of the Chi nese Nationalist Li as saying antiCom munist forces in southwestern 3hina are marching on Tibet o join the The rebels were reported to have reverted to tactics of guer the Senate and sent to the House It was the first major tion to clear the Senate this The Senate Finance Commit tee cleared the way for debate on an emergency ap propriation to the Department of This was the first spendlng measure to be sent to the floor for debate in either Limit Attacked Heated debate flared In the house over a proposed consti tutional change to limit the number of representatives from any one county to See Page 2 Carr Contends Daniel Program Hot Sufficient March 24 IS1 Speaker Waggoner Carr said to day Price Daniel has fail ed to present an adequate tax program to pay for the states We feel that a lot of interest has been aroused In the election in Navarro county Saturday in the campaign to save our chairman of the steering committee that is seek ing the voting of a tax to main tain small detention stat ed chairman pointed out that the proposed tax Is for the maintenance of the small de ention dams built and to be suilt on Navarro county streams by the Soil Conservation Service in a soilsaving The proposal provides that the commlssioners if approv can levy a tax not to ex ceed two cents on the coun ty This means the county valuations only and does not Iriclude the school or district renditions which In most instances are higher than the county The court does not have to levy the en Lire only that aut cannot levy more than the ilia warfare against the Chi nese Communists which they have been carrying on for the oast two Chinese The roops sources said were having tough two cents Included in the prop There are hundreds of will ing workers who state they are working for the and after the completion of the present 100 dams on Pin Mill and other Sanders It is the plan of the Soil Conservation service to Include all other creeks and streams within Navarro couri ty In the final overall the chairman The Federal government has designated more than million See DAM Page 10 Slates Oppose Federal Rules On Jobless Aid 5Year Term Given Former Tyler Banker March 24 liam drew five years in prison today for ernbezzzling from the Tyler Bank and Trust where he form March Eisenhower has received these views on unem ployment compensation from governors The states March student Neil died today in a cork screwshaped death feet the surface desplt the heartbreaking attempts of hundreds of rescuers to pull him from the cave where he was trapped Sunday The husky build that had led Moss more than two miles through the tortuous tunnels am crevices of Devils Hole Cave proved his He wa trapped in an 18inchwide lime stone his broad shoulder jammed so tightly rescuers could not pull him His death was officially an nounced 44 hours after he firs became wedged inside the peal cavern in the Derbyshire Hills He became unconscious yester day and rescue efforts were re doubled but Chief Inspector Wil Ham Sheffield announced noon The boy Police and leaders of the res cue teams tried to pull tha bod free from the crevice but i steady rain finally forced then to call a temporary The area around the cave en trance had been turned into morass of mud and the cave were beginning to we tried to got the bod March 24 TJP1 A coin machine op ator testified today that ho aid Los Angeles hoodlum ickey Cohen to stay eutral in a business struggle etween two vending com Thomas president the New Orleans cigarette ervice said the payment as made after Cohen indicated e had a contract to ill one of Vaughns business George Vaughan told of the incident j the Senate Rackets Commlt ee after Hal a former os Angeles union had elated a horrible experience he ncountered during an organiz ng trip to San Sherry said three big Ital ans came to his hotel time finding the rebels in the See Page 10 Attempts To Set Seaplane Afire March 24 Japanese attempted suicide by trying to set fire today to a seaplane carrying seven per police Police said Fukuichi a charcoal poured gasoline on the floor of the seaplane as it was flying at 300 feet over southwestern Ja He tried to light a match but passengers subdued The pilot landed the plane at Sakai and Yuasa was turned over to Authorities said Yuasa carried the gasoline aboard in two wine Im not In the business ol picking a fight with the gov Carr told a West Texas Chamber of Commerce break fast I think he has done a con scientious the recommendations made by the governor will riot raise the mon ey to pay the appropriations bills which will be Then someone must take the lead and provide an adequate program as to who will pay the I think the Legislature vice president and a wheel chair from Cattlemen Get Johnson Warning March Senate Majority Leader Lyndon Johnson told the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers today the United States must develop all its resources of water and soil and minerals and climate to keep freedom The Texas Democrat told the annual convention of the cat tlemen You men of the open range men still close to the frontier of American know better than many how much strength there is in this land and in this way of strength that has not yet been This is the muscle we can must our the muscle of the American Johnson Johnson We are a concerned now with I believe the free world may be able to buy time Berlin But on the way to the summit we need to shop for more sub stantial supplies than an extra ration of Men may be for the to arrange a settlemen at but that itself is only the not the end o work in which wa must al be The point is simple We will not be secure in our freedom until we have settled more than Free men can live free but only their freedom has the strength to be at all free of deliberate Johnson The cattlemen were told in a report of a heavy national in crease in beef Herrell professor of economics at Cornell Univer told the convention that there are about more cattle nationally than a year Oklahoma and New Mtexico accounted for 37 per cent of the total increase with Texas contributing per cent of this he DeGraff is research director for a committee set up by the American National Cattlemens DeGraff credited the sharp beef cattle increase in the Southwest to restocking of de pleted ranges brought about by the The improved moisture o 195758 is a classic example of a condition triggering a new cattle he Forage supplies improved almost mi raculously in many and producers with drought deplet ed range could Many others who had normal herds were stimulated to add more cattle to use their extra While the nations cattle pop ulation was so was the average price for all beef DeGraff Last years average price for all beef cattle sold by producers increased 27 per This was both a higher price and a better increase than would have oc curred if marketings for slaugh ter had some nearly balanced the actual number and weight of cattle or in other words if million head had not been added to Association directors were told Monday that cattle rustling is plaguing Texans more than Its In almost epidemic pro portions right Secretary Charles Stewart with more than 25 new rustling cases filed in Texas since March The 100 directors also heard the associations attorney blast See Page 2 Carr said the Houses two bil lion dollar plus major spending bill would be ready probably House Appropria tions Chairman William Heatley of Paducah had an nounced it would not come out until next And we must find a tax bill See Page 10 POPE OETS MOTOBCYC1E VATICAN March 24 UPI Pope John XXIII re ceived a shiny black motor cycle as an Easter gift Vatican sources said they do not know what use If any the Pontiff will make of Members of the Italian Motor cycling including a number of motorcycle presented the cycle to the Pope at his quarters erly was Still In Injuries suffered In an auto ac cident last he appeared before Judge Joe Sheehy to hear sentence passed an employe of the bank for 23 ipleaded guil ty 25 at Texarkana to a 25count information charging he took William Steger said Rhone signed a statement a few days earlier admitting he embezzled more than but said it would serve no use ful purpose to extend the Judge Sheehy sentenced the former bank executive to con current fiveyear prison terms on each of 15 counts In the In In the court imposed fiveyear suspended also on the remaining 10 The judge said this would See Page T Added School Milk Approved want no federal standards but they could use federal money in an The representing the executive committee of the Governors issued a statement summarizing their views after meeting with the President In their statement agreed with Eisenhowers feel said the states should continue to set their own separate standards on unem ployment Secretary of Labor James Mitchell told newsmen the ad ministration would ask Con gress to make two important changes in the One would extend coverage to about more At only employers of four or more workers must join the Mitchell said the administration wants all employ ers It also wants some em See Page 10 Thompson Is 67 Tuesday March 24 road Commission Chairman Ern est Thompson turned 67 Its just another work day I dont feel it and dont pay much attention to birthdays said a world authority on The Senate unanimously pass ed a resolution by Dorsey Hardeman of San Angelo con gratulating Thompson and some of these people woul be two miles from the cave en trance and could be riskin Sea EXPECTS TO SUCCEED IN TOUGH TASK Official Insist Summit Not Certainty March 24 Prime Minister as as tno vvescern Al lies stand firm on their princi ples the free world has every ripped off inserted his clothes and cucumber which icy drove Into his body with a March 24 ff House has passed and sent to the Senate a bill to in crease the amount which the Agriculture Department can spend during the rest of the current school year lor the special school milk Under present the partment can spend 75 million The bill passed Monday would increase this to 78 million praising him for his leadership in world petroleum affairs and as a lieutenant general of the Texas National Training Is Key Reid Cross Service Item The Red Cross Is an organ zalion noted for its legions c volunteers who perform variou services to the the 1 cal community and the citizer who make up the populatio Chapters as hei offer training courses of vai ous and likewise the R Cross chapters depend large upon volunteer citizens wu have qualified themselves for the job to teach the training classes to the other citizens who choose to avail them selves oi the programs offered the During the past 14 months the Navarro county chapter had con ducted 18 classes in first home swimming skills and swimming As 11 194 certificates of ac complishment were awarded for the successful completion of these In some in stances an Individual took more than one course and thus qualified for a certificate for each training class he or she Since January of 1958 through these Red Cross conducted raining Vaughan said he went to Los Angeles in 1957 to assist Seed president of the Rowe ervice in its competition vith the Coast CigaretVe Serv Vaughns New Orleans firm Sec PagT East Berliner Warns Militia May Be Called ttJPI EasrBerllriscommunistleader Paul Vcrner to call up machine guncarry ng Red militiamen if trouble breaks out in the crisisridden first secretary of the Berlin communist warned Harold Macmillan said today J that as long as the Western Al thing to gain from being ready L to negotiate with He conceded in a statement on his departure for London that the next few months will be a testing period for the whole free But he expressed confidence 1 that the West shall succeed In the tough The prime minister noted that rio had said upon his arrival hei a Thursday for his conferences with President Elsenhower that the differences between the Western Allies and Russia ovejt Berlin and so ought to be settled by tion and not by I have no doubt that as long as wo stand firmly on our prlrj we shall free world has everything to gain from being ready to Macmillan told reporters at the National Macmillan headed for horns with Elsenhowers conditional agreement to meet with Soviet Premier NIkita Khrushchev French President Charles Da Wcs of t OUl not be incss merel Willy Brandt in a speech released nting groups have rained and their read action raised in order look at their weapons In car C Verner said the speech delivered at a meeting of militia com rs in East V lot want any provica whoever thinks he can lay hands on our work ers and armors power will get Page 10 24 UPI revolutionary gov STORM DELAYS SHIP NEW March 24 UPI The liner Queen Mary arrived six hours late today be cause of Atlantic It brought 486 a low since World War II for West bound The crew num bered Federal Grand Jury Investigates Afford Faubus Claims Is Probe Target n rimlf i ha wns n mis LITTLE March 24 UPI Orval bus said today he has con fidential information that the rand jury probe of segregation sts Dale Alfords election to Congress is another attempt by the federal government to get A 22member federal grand containing two leard testimony from FBI agents there were irregularities involved in Alfords 1200vote writein victory over Brooks Hays and ordered all ballot boxes in the Fifth Con gressional District Impounded for a Faubus charged the FBI re port to the grand jury was and said if it were fair supporters of Hays would be In deeper trouble than Alfords I have confidential In ormatlon that they the federal agents are using this to get me by tying my name in with the Faubus Faubus denied again that he backed a staunch seg regationist and former member of the Little Rock School He said he even tried to discourage Alford from run He also denied that Claude Carpenter his onetime aide who is now a secretary to was hired by him to push the Little Rock eye doctor Into Last fall the government said Faubus personally owed some in back Income taxes for his executive mansion and At that time Fau bus accused the government of trying to get and red faced federal tax officials had admit the claim was a mis The investigation into Al ords election was touched off y John a Little Rock veekly newspaper He officially protested the election Wells was called to Washington and appeared be fore a House of Representatives committee in but Al ord was seated pending a con ressional The grand Jury heard FB election officials am Wells then recessed its investigation until March 3 while Marshals pick up ballot boxes from the six coun ties in the Fifth Federal Judge Smith Hen ley cautioned the grand jur not to let political or partisan feelings enter the He tol Sea LITTLE Page 7 Suspends Crh ifcs Trials ordercd the su ernmcnt sponsion of war crimes trials and the ex ution of convicted war Is for the dura tion of Holy It was an nounced The order arrived Gaullu in July or August to dis cuss Berlin and other But American officials waru Seo Pago 7 Tass Complains Of Attitude In Berlin Parleys March 24 official Soviet Tass complained today that the United Slates seems to re gard talks with Russia as an Inevitable evil rather than an effective means for European In a dispatch meant for the Soviet Tass said Presi dent Eisenhowers weekend talks with Prime Minister Har old Macmillan were inconclu producing no definite de cision on most of the matters The Tass dispatch said the pressure of world public opin ion persuaded Eisenhower to agree tentatively to summit but that ho cd Macmillans plan for bal ancing military forces In Official statements by and British representatives show that the present talks have not too late for f ur former soldiers at Barncoa in Orlcnto They died before a firing squad increasing the unofficial led to the adoption of any def inite decisions In almost all tha remaining Tha dispatch official repre DBUGSTORE Jor dans ambassador to the pours sugar for King Hussein of Jordon while Wiley Buchanan of State Department watches as they visited a drugstore In ft San Francisco center The 23yearold Arab monarch from Honolulu for a month visit to tha CAP Wirephoto   

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