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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - March 25, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHER LOCAL with local thundershowers through early Thursday mostly cloudy and colder Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 I 12 1 8 65 66 69 71 72 73 Complete Weather Report on Market flJHonnofthe Daily SunandSemiWeekly Morninf I LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW March Mixed selected issues governments mill CHICAGO broad moderate with to 50 cents higher top steers steady to 75 cents higher top AP TELEMATS 249 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Ike Insists Soviets Justify Summit Talks Texas House Ducks Showdown On Deficit S2BILLION BILL READY Would Require In New Revenues March 25 UP The House today ducked at least until next week a showdown on the first of Price Dan iels deficitretiring It voted to postpone until Tuesday action on the measure making a bookkeeping change which Daniel says would slash 18 million dollars from the cur rent 65 million dollar general fund On Calendar The bill is the only one of the governors recommendations to reach the calendar after ap proval by the House Revenue was high on todays Interest centered on the recordbreaking two and a half billion dollar spending bill v recommended to the House Tuesday night by its Appropria tlons It would re quire 92 million dollars in new Transfer Funds The Senate passed 310 and gent to the governor a bill trans ferring the balance of a special fund in the governors office to the attorney general to pay traveling expenses in con nection with antitrust Senators also passed on voice vote a House bill to allow the livestock sanitary commission to determine when to retest See Page 12 Daniel Expects House To Pass Escheat Bill March 25 fP Price Daniel predicted today his abandoned property bill will reach the House floor and will tie There is no doubt that majority of the House mem bers and a majority of the people of Texas favor this he said in a Daniel said more than 80 House members favored the Fast rescue work Tuesday the administrations key revenue raising plan for an other showdown before the House Tax Committee next The governor said it could be sent to the House floor on minority This proposal does not rep resent controversy between the bankers and the as stated in the subcommittee Daniel On the it was a fight on be half of the people of Texas whose state is entitled under present laws to money which has been held by banks and other institutions for over seven years without any known own There appeared little likeli hood that the measure would be approved by a majority of See Page 12 Texas Due Rough Weather SIMPLE PROCEDURE SAVES COUNTY MONEY ON JURORS By CLYDE MURRAY i Dully Sun Staff A simple procedure by office holders in Navarro county is saving taxpayers more than 000 a In many district etit juries are paid whether hey are used or In many this procedure exhausts SETTING IT German sol diers in camouflaged outfits bring a made Honest John rocket into firing position during training at West German army base at The first operational West German rocket battalion comes into being April This unit will be equipped with Honest John short range groundtoground a number of which have been purchased from AP Wirephoto Proxmire Attacks Oil Curbs March UPI William mire said he would introduce legislation today to rescind President Eisenhowers recent order imposing mandatory quotas on certain types of oil Thj Wisconsin Democrat said that the bill would authorize Congress to block similar actions in the Proxmire said in a speech pre pared for the Senate that the oil industry has won a position of excessive and corrupting power and influence in our fed eral He said Eisenhowers recent order was just the latest instance in a series of immense political privileges for oil fea tured by the lushest tax give aways any American industry has ever Proxmire tried unsuccessfully last year to reduce the 27 12 per cent tax depletion allow ance on oil The Wisconsin Democrat said unless we reverse this the precedent set by the Pres ident will encourage an even grater incentive for political in fluence by the number one spe cial interest in American poli tics He said the order will push up the cost of living and guar antee a higher and more prof itable price to the juicy and stable aftertax profits federal See Page 13 NAMED MARSHAL WASHINGTON fi Hobart McDowell of San was nominated by Presi dent Eisenhower today for a new four year term as marshal for North Mc is a Commission Buys Street Markers City in a called meeting Tuesday au thorized purchase of 750 street sign assemblies at each from the Lyle Sign which coupled with the post cost each brings the excluding labor for installation to The number purchased is re ported sufficient to mark every intersection in the The city had set up in this years budget for installing the new street Since the signs chosen from among the various types bid on by five firms and the pipe for standards utilized the entire amount and went slightly the installa tion excavation and ce menting of standards will have to be borne out of the street de partments regular The assembly chosen has the names of the two streets for the plus attached block number which may be detached and used with name plates for other designat ed blocks should the need In viewing the bid tabulations and inspecting the sample signs on the mayor and three commissioners present Horace Reading and Ben McKlie choae the assemblies for their durable construction and the flexibility of use of the block number over name plates that contained both See Page 9 Report More Tibet Fighting IndianTibetan March Chinese Communists have crush ed aji uprising in the Tibetan capital of Lhasa but fighting is raging more fiercely than ever in other parts of the Himalayan it was reported here The Indian government politi cal agent at told a 26member Tibetan dele gation today there had been no fighting in Lhasa for 18 He said he had no information on the whereabouts of the Dalai spiritual and temporal Tibetan sources in about 30 miles from the Tibetan said the uprising had spread to other areas and that they believed it was more wide spread than on March 20 when the uprising reached a Nationalist intelligence re ports reaching Taipei said a wellarmed Communist army of men had driven the Tibet an insurgents out of Lhasa but that the fight continued else where in Formosa was studying means of aiding the antiCommunist Threehundred Tibetan era gathered in Kalimpong an nounced they would stage a pro test march on New Delhi in an ger against Prime Minister Jaw aharlal Nehrug refusal to inter cede with the Chinese Commu nist government on behalf of the editor of the Ti bet Mirror in plead ed for help for the Tibetan re fugees who have streamed into He said an IndoChinese agreement permits only Pilgrims and traders to come to India and that the refugees may suffer as In New the authorita tive Times of India reported to day the Chinese Communists had asked the Indian govern ment to close down its Lhasa Consulate which has given the world much of the news of the Tibetan There was no government con firmation of the report which came from the newspapers Hong Kong The correspondent quoted an Asian visitor recently arrived in the British colony from the Chinese Communist capital of The dispatch said the Com munist asked India to close down the Consulate or tempor arily suspend its work in the Tibetan capital because its pres ence encouraged the Rebels and because it was the chief source of information to the outside There was no clear indication in New Delhi whether heavj fighting continued in Tibet but informed sources said the Chin ese moved large numbers of troops ino Lhasa and have or dered them spread throughout Tibet to bring the situation un der The Chinese troops were re ported armed with modern guns and machineguns but un able to make the fullest use of them because of their lack of knowledge of the mountainous The Tibetans were re ported fighting with Guerrilla Officials in New Delhi said privately they believe the Dalai spiritual and temporal ruler of the was still in Tibet and that the Chinese would not dare remove him be cause that would cause the re volt to A group of Tibetan See Page 13 Expedited Mail Handling Due Corsicana Area Sweeping improvements in mail transportation that wil mean better service for Corsi cana and other centers in the DallasFort Worth Ed learn ed Wednesday at a meting in Corsicana will be a sectiona Rittersbacher was ad vised by Regional Operations Director George Gray at a special meeting of postmasters in Dallas when the plan was revealed in a message from Arthur post master Included in the change 01 service barring occasiona distribution errors and infre quent delays In transportation first class letters mailed at designated collection boxes are in the post before 5 on a business day will be de llvered on thefirst delivery 4 any office in the area the fol lowing business Gray pointed out that during a test period recently conclud an estimated flrsl class letters are handled on an average business day by the post offices within these two metropolitan Approxi mately 65 per cent of the mat originating in the area embrac See Page 12 jit F Steel Urged To Hold Price Line Mother Finds Body Oi Girl Beneath Bed March 25 mother sweeping under her bed found the body of her 13yearold daughter to Police said the child ap arently had been A wide search was ordered mmedlately for the stepfather of darkhaired Shirree missing since Tuesday after Neighbors said they saw Ray Daugh come home about stay a few mo and then drove The Ray Daugh had slept all night on the apparently unaware Lhat her daughters body was beneath Criminal Investigator Grant said a carpen took his wife to work Tues day and then returned to the couples home just outside the city Grant said he was told that when Daughtry arrived home he told two other daughters and to come straight home after school and wait until he and Shirree returned from a shopping trip Grant said school officials told him Shirree did not go to school Daughtry came home after work and told officers she became disturbed because lee Page 12 AngloSoviet Air Pact Set March 25 Britain has signed an agree ment with the Soviet Union for the first direct airline service between Moscow and it was announced Transport Minister Harolc Watkinson told the House of Commons the agreement was signed in Moscow He said he hoped service could be gin early this While Watkinson was mak ing his Moscow radio also announced It said the agreement was signed in Moscow by Soviet Foreign Min ister Andrei Gromyko and Brit ish Ambassador Sir Patrick Moscow radio eald it went in to force he jury fund and the taxpay ers have to dig In Navarro the jury mnel is not called until after he docket is called on Mon If no cases are set Mon members of the panel are excused before having to ap District Judge James County Attorney Jim my District Clerk Wal ter County Judge Douglas and County Clerk pride themselves on the simple but fruitful pro As they see this does more han just save the taxpayer money it saves many prospec jurors Here is the way the See Page 9 Armed Fugitive Being Sought Over Oregon March armed fugitive who shot andwounded one po lice chief and kidnaped another may have escaped from a hilly wooded area near here and the FBI warned today he may take a A massive search was under way for Richard an exxionvict from the Montana State Penitentiary described by the FBI as very danger ous and with suicidal tenden The FBI broadcast a bulletin saying Hunt apparently return ed to a trailer house near the farm where he had Hlr red chocked shirt and cowboy boots were found in the trailer about 11 miles northwes of this Willamette Valley com The FBI said Hunt appeared to have returned to the traile before It started to rain this See Page 12 Dope Roundup At San Antonio SAN March 25 P 50 narcotics agents anc other lawmen nabbed 20 alleg ed heroin peddlers in predawn raids Charlie head o the police narcotics ap peared secretly before the grand jury Tuesday and pro vided information which led to the indictment of 32 on charges of selling A rookie whose identity Police Chief George Bichsel asked to be kept secret posed as a heroin addict anc made purchases from all 32 Doerr said that repre sents the most buys made by any one officer in a San An tonio dope By The Associated Press The Weather Bureau forecast ornadoes and severe thunder howers Wednesday for a small ortlon of West he agency forecast snow and eubfreezing temperatures in he Upper Panhandle during he night and thunderstorms iver most of the The tornado warning listed an area from Memphis in the outh east south ast to then northeast o Vernon and northwestward Jack to Near a pall of dust cut visibility to 2 miles at Mid A blast of 40 wind ticked the dust Lub jock reported dust and 4 miles Fog at Amarillo re duced visibility to 5 The Weather Bureau warned hat snow which may range up o 3 inches is expected to sweep nto the upper Texas handle Wednesday Pan The orecasters said thunderstorms can be expected over most of he state during the day and night as a cold front whips Official forecasts called for as low as 22 de rees in the rang ng upward to 32 The hree inch level of snow is ex iccted to be reached by early State Senate Finds Humor In New York City Eyes Secession NEW March 25 New York City is looking into the possibility of seceding from New York and seeking state The suggestion that the city might become a sovereign state caused the state Senate to rock with But the city fathers maintained they werent just whistling Demands for separation of the city from the rest of the state go back almost 100 The first was made by Mayor Fernando Wood in Since then hills calling for secession have been introduced into the Legislature many How to do It legally has al ways been a A move calling for a com mittee to study the possibility was introduced in the City Council and referred to the Rules Committee for The move came in the wake of a bitter fight between the city and the state over The city which is said it must have new taxes this year to balance its Permission was needed from the which is The city leaders claimed they had to go hat in hand to they found New they York City treated like an unwanted step They didnt get all the taxing power they Mayor Robert Wagners immediate response was to lop 32 million dollars off the announcing that the pinch would be felt by city em ployes who would get smaller pay or none at The majori austerity pro gram brought a wave of protes irom city Some of the citys teachers threaten ed mass Other cit employes scheduled a onedaj protest stoppage stroni next Later thej hinted they might stay out long At the state Senat howled with laughter when i resolution was introduced t let New York City The move called for a stat constitutional amendment t create South New York Nev York City and North New York the rest of the The leading rebel was Josep leader of the minor ty Senate He re peated a frequent city com that the city is often shortchanged in the matter o state See NEW Page 9 March 25 UPI President Eisenhower strongly appealed to the steel ndustry today to avoid a price ncrease which might lead to an inflationary wageprice spir The President told his news conference that normally it was not the function of the federal overnment to inject itself Into collective But he said he could not keep silent in the face of what a reporter de scribed as union labor plans Cor a steel strike this Eisenhower said it would be completely out of character for ilm to wash his hands of this issue like a pontius He said if the United States was gonig to continue on the road of a free econ the price of steel must not go up and thus lead to de mands for higher The President made no direct reference to steelworkera drop ping wage increase He said the impending wage price picture In steel made it necessary for labor and agement to exercise the fullest qualities of economic states See Page 9 Red Submarines Outnumber March UP Higher prices were reported for household some fresh medical gas oline and barber and beauty shop The report meant a pny cul of one cent an hour for aboul aircraft workers whose See LIVING Page 11 A heavy Secretary ibonmsSi See Page 12 Dip In Living Costs Claimed By Government March 25 UPI Living costs dipped slightly In February because of some lower food the ovcrnment reported The labor departments con sumer price index slipped one enth of a point from its Jan uaryi reading of to a February level of The index is based on 100 as a 194749 At this level the index was one per cent higher than a year tho smallest 12month increase in three years but stll the highest February reading Only small changes In the In probably were predicted for the next few Food prices last month fel per Principal reduc tions were in eggs anc Gates said today tho Soviet Union has about 450 subma rines compared to the 125 the United States could put into but numbers arent The United has 33 nul clearpowered submarines ac tually in service or being com Gates told a news con He said he expected Congress will authorize build Ing three All of the Soviet aubs are presumed to be of conventional Gates is In Europe to inspect installations of the 6th which Is concentrated in the and to con fer with officials of allied na Worley Named Chief Judge March 25 Eisenhower nomin ated Judge Eugene Worley to day for promotion to chief Judge of the Court of Customs and Patent Worley has been on the court as an associate judge since is a Democrat and a resident of As chief judge he would sue cecd Noble The nominations are ject to Senate Worley would receive an an nual salary of ADMITS WEST MUST MEET KHRUSHCHEV Compromise Being Discussed Behind Scenes March 25 Eisenhower to day spiked any idea that he au tomatically is committed to at tend a summer summit confer ence with Nikita He told his news conference that he still Insists that prog ress must be made at a prior foreign ministers meeting to justify his going to the Summit Not Fixed Elsenhower that if any valid agree ments with the Russians are to be obtained on the problems of German unity and Euro pean Western leaders will have to meet with Khrush chev because he Is the only one who has real authority to make During the Presidents week end meeting with British Prlma Minister Harold Brit ish sources had spread the im pression that Eisenhower had agreed to a summit conference regardless of whether the for eign ministers meeting in Ge neva in May achieved any re Eisenhower emphatically scotched this Impression No Automatic Trip He said that when he told the nation in a radiotelevision speech March 16 that he go totho HuniroltOnly if it was thought clear that he meant there had See Page 11 DeGaulle Warns Joviets About Closing Berlin March 25 President Charles de Gaulle serv ed notice on Russia today that If passage to West Berlin is blocked the Soviet troops sta tioned in Germany would have the Westerns powers to deal De speaking at tho first press conference ever giv en by a French chief of plunged directly into the ques tion of More than 600 newsmen from all over the world De Gaulle confirmed he would attend an EastWest summit which he said must bo prepared and could only op erate In an atmosphere of I am entirely in agreement with what President Elsenhow er has said on this he He stipulated that a foreign ministers conference must pro duce elements of agreement on Important points before a sum mit conference is The crisis opened by Soviet Russia In connection with Ber lin is plunging the world into heavy De Gaulle He said the Moscow diplo See Page 11 Russian Formula Ruled Out March 26 UPI The United States and Brit ain prepared today to shore up the defenses of Turk ey and Iran following the long expected withdrawal of Iraq from the Baghdad The three near East nations are Britains key partners in the supported formed to bar Russia from the Middle Iraqs defection had been anticipated for more than eight months and was not considered a major blow to the Diplomatic sources speculat ed that its chief effect will be to increase pressure on the United States already link ed to the Pacts remaining members by multiple treaty ties become a full member of the In anticipation of Iraqs with the United States al ready has concluded separate agreements for military and economic aid to Turk ey and Ror all practical purposes Iraq quit the Pact last July after the rebels overthrew and assassinated young King Feisal and installed Communistsup ported Premier Abdel Karlm March 25 Prime Minister Harold millan said today the Weat would not let the Soviet Union mpose istence He told the House of Com mons that he and other West ern leaders agreed it the a formula for the of West ex city the residents of the must be allowed to live life of their own This is a basic principle to which we must hold he Macmillan was making his first report to tho House on his recent peace missioi to Ottawa and W sh ington where he conferred with his Allies on the results of his mission to He returned home Tuesdi y night and reported to the inet this morning that hoj of a limited cold war se menl in Europe appe brighter now than they 1 for K and Foreign retary Selwyn Lloyd vi e greeted by loud cheers as they entered the Macmillan said that in Wash ington he and President Eisen hower agreed points of the to the latest Soviet note on Ber He said It was hoped the re plies would be delivered Thurs They the notes will ex plain our ideas on the method and timing of both as regards a meeting of foreign ministers proposed for May and as regards a meeting of heads of government later in the Macmillan Macmillan Bald that In Wash ington and Ottawa he also dis cussed limitation of armaments and suspension of nuclear Macmillan briefed a full cab inet session at length on his Tourweek flying peace mis sion aimed at engineering an EastWest summit See Page 12 I HAIRCUTS NOW March 25 Master Barbers Associa tion of Chicago announced to on the main Western replies day that it would boost Its price for a weekday haircut from to While they were at the barbers also pegged the prlca of a beard trimming at
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