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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - April 14, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                CANCER CRUSA CANVA TARTS TONIGHT AT i I fS F k THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy and warmer through Thermometer Readings 81 9 I 10 I 11 I 12 I II 2 52 I 58 I 61 I 64 65 66 I 67 Complete Weather Report on Market Homeof the Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Morninf I LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEM 266 APRIL 1959 TWELVE PAGES HOSPITAL BOUND Secretary of State John Foster Dulles combines a smile and a wave for photographers as his car leaves National Airport enroute to Walter Reed Army Medical Looking haggard and Dulles cut short a Florida vacation and flew back to to re enter the hospital for a resumption of treatments for abdominal AP Counti DISCOVERER MAKING POLAR ORBIT Vanguard Effort Is Thwarted By Missile Fizzle April 14 UPI The government said today it will not attempt to recover a space capsule from polar satellite Discoverer Boy director of the advanced research projects agency said a malfunction of the timing apparatus made impossible the planned re covery of the capsule by air planes or supporting naval Johnson however that a test would be made of the separation components and possibly of the functioning of the retrorocket and parachute of the Discoverer Vital Cancer Funds As a small army of women prepared to carry out a county wide house to house canvass Tuesday night tonight at 6 in the April Cancer Cru sade the public was reminded by President Paul Smith that UPI the number of lives saved from for nearly 61 million cancer is directly related to the April the law is the number of dollars raised in the deadline for getting your income COLLECTOR MUST GET Board TAX RETURN BY Ask Holle For Party Cost By EDWARD COWAN April 14 Wednesday is TDay month long Joe Bob county tax return into the offices of Uncle Sams tax crusade announced That s no Postmark deadline that the force of women You return Is supposed the office of Director of Internal midnight Wednes teers will be out tonight to every citizen an opportunity to Pistrict contribute to the campaign to Revenue save more I mL j i The address can be found in Aa the workers made ready the instruction booklet that for the doorknocking comes with tax return fo AIR FORCE president Smith declared An April 14 cutors over the state will be ask V ed to collect dormant bank funds if the Legislature fails to pass his bill on the says Price Daniel told newsmen the es cheat law now on the books pro vides for such but that his proposal seeks to make it mandatory for banks and other business holding unclaim ed money to give it to the state after seven This is a part of the nors deficit erasing program which has run into opposition in the The governor said that further opposition could create a major political He was questioned on a tele vision program after the House Revenue and Taxation Commit tee made public a summary of its proposed revenue raising The governor gave every indication that there was a lot in it he did not al though he was reluctant to com ment on all of it Neither the legisla nor newsmen have seen the complete The commit tee released an breakdown of its Daniel said disapoointed that not include his tion for revision chise tax The governor said he was glad to have a tax bill out of com Bee Page 9 April at post office am Clean Vp Week Response Light abbreviated main provi he was the bilJ did recommenda of the fran accelerated program to increase the number of cancer cures can succeed if given enough public The cancer society president and crusade leader added that the need is not only it is About a third of all I Despite the return of sunn cancer patients are being curedjskies the opening day of Clean Up week did not re sult in the expected response of increased quantities of ref use being put out for collec tion by Jess Megan city sanita tion said Tuesday that crews reported collections Monday wore comparable to a normal day with little evid ence of any general ridding school system will lout being carried out by Cor USW Asks See Page 2 Second Soviet Air Buzzing Is Bared Tuesday April 14 UPI Two Soviet jet fighters buzzed an American Air Force cargo plane and forced it to reduce altitude while it was crossing East Germany on a flight from West Berlin April a em bassy spokesman said today in J 1 f mj T V V4 It was the second such buzconsolidate with an adjoining sicana zing incident and came while effective at the begin It is if the United States and Soviet ning of the 19591960 school favorable weather that 1 1 MA A mm 1 J I I See Page 10 Emhouse Plans To Consolidate School System All of which means if you wait until Wednesday to mail your return its going to arrive Thursday What will happen then Prob ably nothing if your return is in good order and youve en closed a check for any taxes you may The tax collec tor usually Is too busy to bother with returns that arc a day or even two clays But he could charge interest figured at the rate of six per cent a year for every day your return and check are If youre one of the estimated five million or more filing today or the Internal Revenue Service offers these last minute reminders sure to include your See Page 9 Union were embroiled in a series term if a recommendation from of protests and counterprotests the board of trustees is involving another buzzing The board of trustees of the and put it out on the park Corsicanans will drag out all the discards they want hauled v i U U II W I i JUV I S L 1 J MIGs on Good March Emhouse system in a special ways for collection as the week 27 T I meeting held Monday de An American spokesman said cided to terminate the operation the new incident would not prcof the schools at the end of the goes This may create a logjam by weeks Clean Up campaign Is spon i fli 1 e I J vent the United States from current session this Spring and sored annually by the public NEW April 14 UPI The United Steelwork era of America Monday night proposed a steel price freeze with wage increases based on productivity for a noninflation ary contract Union President David Mc Donald made the proposals in a letter to 12 steel companies drafted at a meeting of the unions 33man executive The letter was read at a tele vised press The letter also called for ne gotiations to start may 4 in stead of May 18 as scheduled so that there will be ample opportunity to explore jointly the many matters which must be discussed before a collective bargaining agreement can be Current threeyear contracts for the nations basic steel workers expire June There was no immediate com ment on the letter from the 12 basic steel companies Last Friday they proposed that the union forego a wage de mand this year and extend the present contract to 1960 as a means of combatting unemployment and foreign com The companies said steel worker earnings now average an McDonald rejected that pro posal as a publicity On the matter of a price McDonald said we sure ly both agree that inflation is Since there can be no in flation without price the first principle which we pro pose is that there be no in crease in the price of steel dur ing the term of any agreement which we may Steel companies have said they See Page 10 making more high altitude will recommend consolidation flights to and from Berlin any with an adjoining district at of Commerce with the co more than the first communitywide meeting sched We stand on the position we tentatively for Monday already have expressed to the super Soviets that we recognize stated Tuesday morn ceiling in the air corrdors and health committee of the Cham operation of the city and gen eral we will continue to fly as high as we please when we he Only Monday the United States delivered a protest to the Soviet foreign ministry in Mos cow charging that Russia inten tionally created a hazard to flight safety in the Berlin air corridor when it buzzed first See Page 10 Teamsler Probe For Repaying I Opens Houston 1 W Slates On Roads April 14 April 14 Houston trucker who won a battle against a secondary boy cott was the first witness call Charles Bucked todaV a federal grand tno ley has introduced aUury began an investigation of bin to require that states be rethc Teamsters Union and South A new protest against the imbursed with funds for wcat trucking second incident has been lodged buildi n including toll Desmond president of at the Berlin air safety roads that have been designatthe Galveston Truck Line informed sources ed t of thc new naUonal aysH8 accompanied by his Okln Both planes were harrassed tem of because they were flying at al u titudes above feet in the L cads the House Pubtwo bulging briefcases into the 20milewide air corridors leadlic Works Committee which wil jury room He decMned to talu ing from West Germany to r He called wlth about any West 110 miles inside the Iron The United action and estimated mony he might givc 1 would cost thc federal A fourman team of Justice See Page 9 the treasury over 15 Will f April 14 UPI Cancerstricken Secre tary of State John Foster Dulles will under present attend the forthcoming Paris meeting of Western foreign officials said They said the United States has informed the French gov through the Em bassy in that the Ameri can delegation to the meeting will be headed by Acting Secre tary of State Christian Her Officials said their notice to the French host for the Western meeting starting did not completely rule out the possibility that Dulles might be able to attend at the last But associates of the ailing secretary told United Press International they saw no hope that he would make that meeting or the subsequent for eign ministers session with Rus sia starting in Geneva May These associates told UPI Mon day barring a Dul les will have to resign as Secre tary of New treatment which Dulles physicians are undertaking at Walter Reed Army Medical Cen ter in an effort to arrest the abdominal will not show conclusive results for at least 10 well informed sources Officials said they knew of no plans for any definite an nouncement for at least a week concerning the secretarys future Cabinet These officials showed clearly b their when discuss ing Dulles that they had virtually given up hope that he can be restored to his previous role as chief negotiator for the Allied coalition in its negotia tions with Russia on Germany and other cold war The April 29 Paris to attended by the foreign ministers of the United States and West Ger is scheduled to try to whip into final shape Allied po licy and planning for the Geneva meeting with A fourpower Western group of diplomatic experts is meeting in London now to prepare papers for consideration at the Paris President Eisenhower visited Dulles for 45 minutes They agreed to put off any de cision on Dulles status pending the outcome of further treat Diplomatic experts from the United France and West Germany began talks in London Monday to try to work out a unified plan for negotiating with the Soviet Union on Berlin and April 14 UPI Europe waited anxiously today for information on the condi tion of Secretary of State John Foster Many newspapers reported in front page headlines his resignation would be an nounced at any Duiies has long been criticiz ed in Europe for his inflexibility in dealing with the Soviet But since the announcement he had been stricken for a second time with cancer European gov ernment spokesmen and news papers generally expressed sad nc nd One of Germanys most in fluential Hamburgs Die called today for Dul les to It said it admired his courage as one of the Wests leading spokesmen but said it felt a healthy man was needed to take over his key post in Western The Frankfurt newspaper Al geimeine said German Chancel lor Konrad Adenauer hoped Dulles would be well enough to participate in the Big Four for eign ministers conference to Geneva next A sampling of headlines from this mornings London news papers indicated how Britain was being prepared for the quick step down of Dulles The news chronicle Dulles will The Daily Herald Dulles is likely to resign at any The Dally Telegraph Mr Dulles may miss The Communist Partys Daily Worker Dulles worse re signation any The News Chronicle comment ed editorially that the West was effectively weakened by the absence of its most experienced NATURE AIDS CHURCH Nature has blessed the rura Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church with a supplement to the col lection An oil well on the church property produces 300 barrels The church received for the lease and gets oneeighth of the pro Department attorneys js here to handle the case in which the government is investigating alleged antitrust violations and collusion by the truck lines and the Navarro County Tax Payments Near NEW April much will Uncle Sam be in the form of in dividual income from resi dents of Navarro County this year The Government anticipates that it will be more than it was last when local income and employment taxes came to approximately The an unofficial esti is based on a breakdown of the Statewide total announc ed by the Treasury Department and on local earnings and in come The returns from Navarro County represent per cent of thc amount garnered from See 10 Exemptions Good Any Time April 14 A holder of an exemption certifi cate can still vote even if he has lost the original Will Wilson said In an opinion to Navarro Coun ty Jimmy Morris of Cor Wilson said the voter mny cast his ballot at an elec tion by making a state ment that the certificate has been mislaid or left at SHOWS GROWTH April 14 population of thc United States on March 1 was the Census Bureau said This was an increase of or per cent over April 14 The State Board of Health says it will ask the resigned state health Henry to return in what it calls state The board made public Mon day night a special audit of a expense Board Chairman Copeland of San Antonio said the fund play ed a part in the resignation of Holle last Most of the money requested to be reimbursed was spent for a dedication party of the de partments new building last the audit Holle resigned under pressure on request of Holle claimed the House Appro priations Bill would hamper the operations of his He said the audit had nothing See Page 10 Board Renames N JC Faculty And Officers Navarro Junior College trus tees met Monday to officially declare the recent election re They also reelected the faculty for next and re organized the They found the election re turna to be the same as thc un official posted by thc college The official count found these results Tom Win fred Bruce Mc Board members reclnctcd the faculty for the ensuing They also accepted the resigna tion of Rudy who is to work further on his doctor of philosophy degree at the Uni versity of He taught so cial A leave of absence was grant ed to Miss Pat English who has received a Southern Fellowship scholar ship granted by thc Council of Southern to do graduate She Is working toward her doctors The board reelected thu fol lowing officers for the twoyear They are chairman Winfrcd vice chairman Tom secretary and Leigh ton treasur Other members of the board are Bruce and Louis The board was reminded by a 9 al an std era lic a Ef 53 ir cludi loans three cal asfl t a big less tha Senate Democrat ported the1 its size in win Ropubl1 duce the ch tial The meas 75 million cl build plants i the same amo rural a loans for constr Other congresi See CONGRES Dirksen T Ap UPI Senate GO1 Everett Dirksen as1 a bill to strip Agrtcult rotary Ezra Bcnsob power over REA loan to be The measure has beer proved by the Senate ant different version culled up for debata In the Illinois told newsmen after GOP legislative meeting at the White House If I ever saw a bill that I would urge a veto that was He said he thought the Senate gave an astonishing perform ance In approving the bill over Sen Page 2 Hehru To Heel Lama Saturday NEW UPI April 14 The Indian foreign office announced today that Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru would meet the Tibetan Dalai Lnma In the Indian hill country village of Mussooric on April The Dalai now resting and praying In the Indian army of Bomdila in northern AsHnm JO miles from the Tibetan will go to on April IS and take a special train to the announcement ta Re By voice vote promptly approved which there were copies In existence recommended It bo passe the James Weathe said he and Stanley were the only members of the 21member group shouting no when it head of a hand picked fiveman subcommittee that produced the omnibus tax proposal in the past 10 said it skipped drugs and just about any Item you would buy in a grocery Would End Deficit Blanchard snld the bill would wipe out the current deficit and handle spending require ments for About 30 million dollars of the See TAX lifLLTpage 9 April 14 President Eisenhower HAPPY FAMILY REUNION today dedicated n lofty bell tow er of white marble as an en during monument to the late Robert a man who gave himself unstintinsly for the good of all Thc standing be fore a 10foot bronze statue of Taft at the base of the fluted bell tower rising more than 100 feet above a small Capitol Hill said thc late Ohio Re publican was many things to many While Taft described himself as a Eisenhower an admiring nation now acknowledges that he was in finitely was a liberal championship of individual rights and but he was also the very symbol of informed and responaibe con servatism in everything affect ing the nations who defeated Taft for the Republican presidential nomination in his one Alan Robert ofltime political foe who later he In his to share his vnst knowledge of wisdom and experience when it was needed And beyond all he gave to me and to my associates in the the priceless gift of the President For nil I am eternally Taft died of cancer in The dedication of the monument to him today fittingly coincided with the 1959 drivn for funds for the American Cancer Society In the Washington Former President Herbert Vice President Richard Speaker Sam Ray burn and a ni of othei dignitaries nlso spoke at the dedication Hoover prnlserl Taft as a mnn magnificent courage rind devotion who took on the tank of saving the nation from corrosive poisons spread by both Russia nmd irresponsible He said who became Republican to friend and was a of fresh from a suspended death sentence in Halcame a staunch friend was aintMlectual and moral integrity greets his Helen as Nye and vital link in his own those forces of re his Daniel arrived at the airport at Ailh Congress in the early days action that would tear the Unit Nye convicted of plotting to kill Fide f his ed States into sects and cults of Castro but was freed on condition he leave AP WireAs Senate Republican Leaderjvarring he Taft always stood ready I Hoover listed Tafts qualities as magnificent courage and de votion which never intellectual and moral Integrity sense of ledgement of ty und DKATII KXDS RECORD April UPI Chanutes record of nearly nine years without a traffic fatality ended Monday when WRH killed in a twocar crash at u residential He was about DREAM COMKS TRXTK Italy vnnni a barber in a nearby dreamed he won a weekly numbers he was HO convin cing he invested in a dozen tick ets at 50 One was a 67 million lire or 35 AUK DROWNED NEW DELHI persons were drowned while crossing the Sarda River in a beat on the IndiaNepal reports reaching here today Only five bodies have been   

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