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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - April 9, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER FORECAST Mostly cloudy and cool through Thermometer Readings 8j 9 10 1 11 12 S 48 51 63 1 55 56 57 58 Complete Weather Report on Markei ssa of the Daily Sun and SermWeekly I 11 LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN 1TED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELE 262 APRIL I 0 SECTIONS JOBLESS AND FEDERAL WORKS PRO delegation from Macomb arrives at a giant national jobless rally in Washington with a big poster asking for a federal works program to help 6954 persons on welfare because of By The Associated Press torrential down Texas its best soaking of the year The precipitation badly needed for young crops and rangelands continued along the Texas Coast Thursday in the wake of a cold front that alsobrought hail and a few Additional snow was predict ed for the upper Panhandle late Occasional rains and thundershowers were fore cast through Friday for the southern part of the The Weather Bureau said the cool and cloudy weather would con tinue through Early morning ranged from 33 temperatures degrees at Childress to 64 at Brownsville and The front swept into ttie Gulf of Mexico early Thursday after dumping up to inches of rain on the Lower Rio Grande Valley late Lightning knocked bricks from Heart Church in Power was dis rupted of viUe and During aheavy a Valley Transit bus skidded Into a palm tree at Three passengers were Lightning destroyed a gallon oil tank near Luling late The fire later was dumped more than three inches of rain on some parts of the Lower Bio Grande Valley in less than an hour Wednesday who lives be tween McAllen and Page 10 Olney Resigns After Criticism HOORE FEARS HURT TO HIS House Recesses After Approving Heavier Trucking April 9 UP The Senate apparently was threat ened with its second in two days this one over a bill making Arlington State a fouryear Bill Moore of op ponent of the Houseapproved Arlington took the floor at and began reading from the Texas Almanac accepted filibuster Senators were still groggy from Wednesdays long delaying ac tion against loan shark legisla Senate Adopts Benson Curbs Admit Fears April 9 The director of the administra tive officr of the United States courts resigned from the American Bar saying he did not like its criticism of some Supreme Court Warren Olney III said Wed nesday his resignation was sub mitted March A committee report adopted by the association last February said some Supreme Court deci sions dealing with Communist activity and internal security had been deemed unsound by many responsible Chief Justice Earl Warren later dropped his membership in the association without giv ing an April 9 Prank Lloyd color ful and controversial genius of died at today in a Phoenix hospital after a brief A giant on the national and in ternational architectural Wright underwent an opera tion Monday for removal of an intestinal He had been stricken Saturday at his winter home near Only an hour before hig Wrights condition was reported as Wright was almost as noted for his pithy comments as for IllsUnusual Early in life I had to choose between honest arrogance and hypocritical he said at the age of I chose honest arrogance and have seen no occasion to GOP Convention Site Is Delayed April 9 Republicans have delayed until Saturday a decision on where and when their 1960 national convention will be An unexpected hitch develop ed in the GOP site committees consideration of Phila delphia and New York as can didates for the host The selection was to have been made Chicago still was reported But Ray Bliss of chairman of the site com said his six member group was not unanimous on any one The delay developed over city concessions and whether the convention should be held in July or PASSES GO BEGGING England The men of the Royal Air Force station are showing a disinterest iri leave passes this BrigUte Bardot is arriving Saturday to begin making a new film at the Moore has eaid he would bat tle the Arlington State measure to the last His district in cludes Moore ba lieves the Arlington bill would Born June in Rlchlnurt the parent school of tTie land Wright Arlington State is UNION PAYS LEGAL FEES FOR EMBEZZLER OF FUNDS April 9 UPI because it was not legitimate Senate Rackets tee produced evidence WednesCommittee Chairman John day that a Chicago union paid McClelland called the in legal fees to defend situation one of the most out an official accused of embezzling rageous things He the REA administration thoithe in union welfare said it appeared the same men Power to grant REA What is the the money was stolen from are authority was transferred to the Eugene Jimmy head paying the fee to defend the secretary in April 9 UPI Senate passed a bill Wednesday which would strip Agriculture Secretary Ezra Benson of his authority over loans made by the Rural Electrification Administration The slap at Benson was de livered oil a 6027 roll call The which now goes to the House would restore to w a std Line Corsll wher ed oi signed more than buildings around he world to leave a part of the The Senate recessed until 2 He will be back on feet at the afternoon ses lasting imprint on the building ptniii with Mo0re still holding of the The most famous included Imperial Hotel in the Guggenheim Museum in Newl Moore waa On his and Price Tower m Bartamendment to make Arlington of an independent laundry work ers now claims he should not have to pay in fed oral income taxes on the money Tree Checks Show Doctors Unhealthy Too man who stole But the further the commit tee dug into the matter the more confusing it The Senate acted after defeat a substitute offered by Carl Curtis It would have made the REA an Richard independent Daniel the c its n arrival off t celebr an allmale The Bryan In 1948 the American Institute senator ia a graciuate of Amendment After an hour the ial truck load limit Frank McGregor j M See Page of Architects named him the See Page NASA Reveals 7 Candidates For Space Hop I Nixon Is Fir si Relief Pitcher Majors Season Gorman of conceded he was being paid by the union for representing James in an income tax He also agreed he was usingthe embezzlement angle as a But the lawyer contended the money was embezzled from the insurance company which handl By LEIF led the welfare fund rather than SAN April 9 UP from the He said the cases of serious union had recovered in or potentially serious illness a civil have been uncovered among The committee called James the first 350 doctors to submit for questioning about charges casually to free physical exthat he arranged for Detroit amlnations while attending the juke box operators to make a A motion by Homer Capehart to send the measure back to committee also was beaten down on a standing The size of the vote Indicated See Page T DollarAnHour Minimum Urged For Migrants bratlo tors the Spee ducts area nolia John chalrml Adai spokes the oil series See 10 House refusal the first amendAmerican Academy of General payoff to Teamster Presi MEXICO April 9 UP ment offered to the controvertPractice convention ident James Hoffa and an Elimination of piece work fov These findings were made bylassociate in a group of physicians and At that James was States and a techniclans in the first largening an independent cf hour minimum wage were up scale undertaking of naup by the Detroit to ture by the The convention and the proallegedly was made through the April 9 UPI government today identi fied the seven young test pilots chosen to train for the risky honor of being the first Ameri can to ride a satellite into They are Navy Malcolm Carpen Garden Air Force Leroy of Marine John of New April 9 UPI Vice President Rich ard the first relief pitcher of the threw out two first balls without benefit by union men o picket The payoaj3oth ject have one to so the final figures on undetect ed ailments among the doctors will be somewhat In about 40 the doc tors get a thoroughgoing checkup that would take 3 to 4 days to complete for a patient in ordinary The ordin ary patient would have to pay about for the Its free to the The physical examination cen of windup today to open theter manncd by a volunteer 1959 big league baseball of 140 nursefl and tech Substituting for PresidentillicianSi Tcn to 15 examining doctors from a volunteer staff Air Force Virgil who is on a Geor gia golfing Nixon loft som of Navy Walter a native of Hack Navy Alan Shep a native of East Air Force Donald Slayton of The bronzed and for ed two blooper balls from the presidential box at Griffith Sta dium minutes before the Balti more Orioles and Washington Senators launched the American Leagues 59th A shirtsleeved crowd of some cheered as the vice pres ident motioned the cluster of See Page 10 Auio Inspection Deadline Close April fl head of the Department of Public Safety said today that about five out of every six Texas motorists wlH have to wait in lino to get Ihelr cars inspected by next Homer Garrison DPS estimated that about still must through Inspec tion before the April 15 He said officers would start handing out violation tickets April To By WASH Swift ate une may h1 actfo the most part wearing crew Washington and Baltimore play were introduced to newsera back in anticipation of de men on a stage at the National livering a hard Aeronautics and Space Nixons offering was a arching toss which was of 70 are on A layout of the latest See Page 7 Sharper Sonic Booms Expected Recalls Us Puppet Lama The MexicanUnited States Union Committee drew up these among other recom mendations here after three days of The suggestions will be sented to members of the Mexi can Commission which meets here April 21 to discuss possible revisions of the pre sent migratory worker agree earijer ship in Con The union representatives alan emcrgenc so recommended gram last mo Improvement by the labor wh contractors in lodging tioned asa p and transportation afforded thelfor nis partys made Limiting the number of workmg tne course of eis going to the United States mout rally Wcdncs to the number essentially ncedsoreci by the Ho introduced in the Senat That arrangements be made nnd announced at the to allow Mexican workers going proposal for an 11member into the United States to Join commission to take a firsthand look at unemployment and ro Mei wont one actually will be American in space known until sometime Royal Romance Delights Japan By JOHN RODERICK April 9 UP The pretty commoner marries her prince Friday in the climax to a storybook romance which has all Japan gasping with I am passing each day wrap ped in an li lescribable state of marmured 24yearold Michiko Shuda as the hour of her traditionshattering mar riage to Crown Prince Akihito drew An high spirited girl unknown to Japans mil lions less than five months she is destined to ascend the chrysanthemum throne as Akihitos the first commoner ever to do Conscious of the burden she will assume as consort of the 25yearold royal she told newsmen Wednesday night I em praying ij my heart that I may be able to carry some the heavy responsibilities that lie ahead without making any serious The crown prince and the wealthy flour millers symbols of a more democratic end prosperous nation born out of the embers of military de will become man and wife at EST At that moment the will sip sacred wine from un glazed cups in the Kashikodo the Imperial Shinto shrine which houses the replica of an ancient one of the sym bols of Japans Thousands of young Japanese to whom Michiko is the embodiment of their postwar at the same mo ment will marry in shrines and wedding halls throughout the Their eagerneas to share in the romantic atmosphere of the day was whetted by the young prinoes assurance that he is marrying for love even though his bride was nominated by Im perial household officials in conformity with Inside the highwall ed Imperial Palace in the center of Tokyo each piece of stone and They are the socalled Mercaught by Baltimores Milt cury team of the one of only two Oriole the Air Force and one players in front of the presl Marine volunteer recruited byMintial NASA for the manned satellite Nixons second toss was an OWn es copy of his and Washingtons Russ Kemmerer made a lonehanded leaping stab the coveted In a demonstration of family See Page 10 Nixon was accom panied to the game by Nixon and their daughters Tricia and After Nixon did his pitching he turned the hurling Pedro and southpaw Jack Harshman of SAN April 9 iff exasperated by sonic booms for three con secutive got this word to day from aviation experts Learn to live with the prob will get union That union representatives port to Congress within 60 days be included on government what to do about it dommlRSlons which migratory worker study agreement Those who know Johnson best See Page 7 April 9 Peiping radio reported that the Panchen Communist Chinas new puppet leader of left his That applies to any of Lhasa for Peiping where aircraft fly faster than1 the speed of No one has the secret for dispersing the pressures that Earlier BraceroEqual M Negro Thugs I Wages Sought Peiplng broadcasts April 9 To Veteran NEW April UP Ha Be1 gestion Wednesday ton confcrenc saying ment the same time made that Elsenhower Intends turn to Augusta after his ovo1 night speaking elate In Ington next Eisenhower worked in his office at tho Augusta National Golf Club early then play had said the new who as workers deserve the same 50 over to righthander Ramos of Washington cause such said moved into Lhasa last cents per hour guarantee which Max head of the ttend the NaUonal Peoto g ven migrant laborers from tional Aeronautics and Spacers Congress opening next Mexico the House State Af th eore ti cal week fairs Comm ttee was told aeronautics Im quite But his abrupt departure was Wednesday sure in savins that taken to mean that Red China William Kilgarlin of Weve known fora long time wants to consolidate its military Houston told the group the that a plane traveling horimon Tibet without havfederal government guarantees tally at supersonic speedin cess of 650 miles an hour at 35 to consult the anchen Lama the Reds installborder 50 from south of centi an 1 the ko to the palace in a maroon 000 feetwInduce a sharp ed as secular and spiritual asked the committee to approve dEiu on in place of the fugitive Daa bill HB410 which would set pressure distu he pl lai Need Successor To Moo II He Actually Quits At the palace the bridetobe will begin the lengthy task of donning her wedding a small mound of rustling1 Michiko has chosen a 12layered kimono ensemble styled on the dress of ancient court brides of the rich Heian period 7041192 The dress closest to her body will be of pure white Above Congress will convene in Peiping ja secret conference at Wuhan this is a wine red thentma month to give rubberstamp j to announce that had alternate purple and greenapproval to the Communist parasked that he not be nominated figured the wide sleeve t FormOSa and Tibet policiesfor He wanted to the same minimum wage for Texas The bill went to a subcommit golf during the morning be A totally disabled veteran was J showers forecast for i i Ui J U V H J X UVtlni IVi and beaten to death by a band of about 10 young hoodlums on a Brooklyn street Wednesday The killers cut the pockets out of his jacket and then ran The Jesse was In an advanced stage of His assailants all identified by a witness as bed him 15 times in the chest and beat him over the The amount of the loot could not be determined by the Hagerty nt a news confercnca In response to emphasized that Eisenhower and ailing Secretary of State John Foster Dulles had not come to any decision or agreement on whether the cabinet convalescing In Florida from his latest bout with would return to his Hagerty said such a decision would await completion of Dulles Dulles figured in the See Page 7 By MERICK a position Mao riow HONG April Last the partys Red Chinas National Peoples central committee emerged from lengths of each slightly shorter than the one The topmost jacket la broken by white and has a blue silk She will wear a black wig styled after headdress of ancient court The prince will wear imperial and to learn whether Mao Tsejdevote his time and energies toj tung really intends to retire as implementing his program I A II M ft chief of turn China into a 100 per The delegates communized state and to attend from just about every corner of to his theoretical f A A Tk I pebble at the entrance to the yellow court a black lac Shinto holy of holies have been washed and Special precautions have been taken to banish any offending flies or in The days ceremonies will be the quered Shinto cap and bear a white Because his cos China open the fifth annual ses sion of the NPC April The official agenda does not mention Tibet or But The committee emphasized that Mao had no intention of surrendering the most important that of chairman of the it is reasonably certain that party From what the com these two problems will be menmunists Mao simply want tume is so much he tioned ciurinthe course of the ed to shed the ceremonial chores wont have to reach the palace to dress until three hours after his probably by Premier Chou Enlai and Foreign Minis ter Chen FT11 f 1 1 J 4 simple Shinto marnage rnu nrincitjal item on the emon w P emony 05 agea of attached to being head of His decision wouldnt dimin ish his authority one But three elements exist which make Mao change his accepting the Mao would In practice be accepting The factors are Internal problems caused the crash program to estab Peoples the most extreme form of Commu nist The sudden uprising in Ti bet and Us external and inter nal Formosa still is In Nation alists So are the offshore islandB despite furious shelling last With these pressing Mao might conclude that retir ing now would be ducking out before falls And to make matters there may be no clearcutchoice to succeed fff v i J i A lr V W Xtf C 4 f 4 A 1 f L ladyinwaiting arrive at EmperorHirohito and Empress ing personnel of the injmind and decide to accept a the Shoda home to escort MichiJ Bee Page 7 eluding the chairman or head of to run And by While the top BAR IN nRY well stocked the party acts In barbar was open m capital city of Mis See RED Page 7 only remaining dry the drys have the wets have uar and the citizens have black market taxei h   

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