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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - April 15, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Mostly cloudy with scattered showers and slowly rising temperatures through Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 3 53 55 58 60 62 64 66 Complete Weather on Msrkel 1 a ElHomeof he Daily Sunand SemiWeekly Mornina lih f LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESSUN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL 267 PAGES Eisenhower Sadly Accepts Dulles Sir iir Texas House Refuses To Shelve TRUCK LOAD LIMIT BOOST IS APPROVED Senators Will Tackle Spending Measure Thursday April 15 House refused 8345 today to send the million tax bill back to committee for further etudy and public Jerry Sadler of Pales tine assailed the measure rec ommended by the Revenue and Taxation Committee as a spe cialized sales the most drastic bill ever put before the Must Face Issue Chairman Ramsey of the committee opposed Sadlers mo He said the House could not escape the responsibility of facing the tax Ive prayed every sight that this cup could be taken away k from but every morning it was still Ramsey There has been no public hearing on this Sadler I beg you to go along with me in letting your constituents have a on wthls Motion Tabled The House without further debate tabled Sadlers motion to send the bill back to commit tee and recessed until Thurs The House earlier finally passed and sent to the governor See Page 9 Daniel Renews His Fight For Escheat Measure Discoverer Data Indicates Nose Capsule SEPTEMBERS NOT 4 isnt quite sure if he likes tljft prospects of school next Like other future members of the kindergarten he had to reg And while his Ralph signed him in at he peaked shyly around a AUSTIN m Price Daniel said today he would not let the people of Texas be taxed i an extra 25 million dollars just f to allow pipeline panies and others to use aban doned property and money The measure was tentatively The board of education of the approved engrossed 7169 Independent School day by the House in the closDistrict invited the Emhouse longest fight of the session district to consider consolidation Corsicana Invites mhouse To Merge VANDENBERG AIR FORCE April 15 UPI American scientists announced jubilantly today they apparent ly had achieved a new space triumph with the automatic ejection of the space capsule from the Discoverer II The Advanced Research Proj ects Agency ARPA of the De partment of Defense said that analysis of radio beacon and telemetry radio signals from Discoverer II received since 7 EST Tuesday indicates the capsule did eject from the satellite as ARPA said that several re ports of visual sightings and radio contact from the capsule were being carefully checked to determine the probable landing area in the polar Discoverer IIs able of carrying living organ isms in to eject on radio command from the ground Tuesday because of a malfunc tion in a timing But the automatic mechanism within the polaror biting vehicle was preset to unload the capsule on its 17th pass around the and to days brief report strongly sup ported ARPAs hopesof re turning the multimillion dollar little package from the globe girdling If it did work as the an nouncement the cap See Page 9 Luce Is Under Heavy Senate Fire April nomination of Clare Boothe Luce to be ambas sador to Brazil came under poli tical fire Wayne Morse Panel To Push For 4Lan WAGE FREEZE DEMANDED AS STEEL EARNINGS AT PEAK NEW April 15 m Some major steel producers have indicated they will accep a union challenge to freeze stee prices only on condition that the union agree to freeze wages The union earlier made it clear it wont agree to freeze The position of the producers emerged Tuesday in unofficia responses to a letter from David president of the United Steelworkers of Ameri to 12 major steel producers McDonald had said the pro on one of the governors key deficiterasing with Corsicana and heard a re port of growth in the negro Again I say the big question at the resular meeting Is Shall the people of Texas beTucsday taxed 25 million dollars just so the pipeline companies and other holders can use this money free Daniel said in a I say no and I hope a major ity of the House and Senate will say no The pressure is great every hour from these in terests and the people should rally behind and support these members of the Legislature who are fighting for what rightfully belongs to our As far as I am I have never felt stronger about the justice of any fight except Extend Invitation Board members voted to In vite the Emhouse district and to make available any desired information1 about the Corsicana Dana Williams in formed the board that four members of the Emhouse Charlie Tom Charlie Armstrong and Delmer had visited Corsicana schools Williams said he was told that Emhouse would prob ably consolidate with either Cor sicana or Blooming Grove next or possibly divide the area the tidelands and it isbetween the two with the same spirit and determ ination that I shall fight for this money which belongs to the state under our present law of Danielsaid his abandoned See Page 9 Submitted to members of the board were facts and figures on the Emhouse Housing Needs Trustees appeared somewhat surprised at Williams re See SCHOOL Page Ifl See Of f kids Say Countys Heart Drive Success The Navarro County Heart Association issued Wednesday a final report on the February Heart Fund drive which raised Although the goal of was not officials said the drive was a and it is felt that the support given the 1959 drive is gratify ing proof that this county knows the Heart Fund is saving Officials observed turns also indicate that that re the people of Navarro county are aware of the work that still must be done to gain control over the heart and that they have full confidence in the Heart Associations On behalf of the Navarro County Heart ex Award NJC Library Contract A contract was let to Fritch Construction Company of Dallas at a special Navarro Junior College trustees meeting Tuesday at 2 The contract calls for the construc tion of a twostory addition to the present administration build The Fritch bid was one of eight received by the rangingfrom by to the low by Miss Bobbie Jane an em ploye of the Fritch represented the low Construction is to be complet ed in 230 as stipulated by the The building is to be finished by and work is due to begin Immediate ly as 260 calendar days remain in the The building will house a office a work a trophy a vault and a mechanical room all on the first On the second floor there will be five an audiovisu a and rest The outside appearance will be In keeping with the physical itrueturt of the eol present lege buildings that of brick James a partner in the firm of Bush and Witt who are the architects and engineers from also was He This is a good heavy building and ac cording to these is dirt There Is a lot of work in thig type structure and all you have to do is move your furni ture He added that it was a com plete job and it included the theatre The inside measurements for the addition of the college are 1058 by Fritchs bid was insured by the General Insurance Company of There were other representa tives from the competing At the start of the there were 25 including Dean and and the board Board members present in cluded chairman Winfred vice chairman Tom Leighton and Louis Witt also commented that a 60equarefoot sign would be erected near Highway 31 with the Library Build ing to Navarro Junior A list of the contractor and the subcontractors may also be in It was brought out that there would be an inspector ofpos sibly two at the pouring of the concrete Other bidders and the amount of their bids were Bell Dyer Construction Okla Hendiicks and Waco Hooker Con struction Company McClellan Construction Com Waco Smith Construction Waco and Canterbury Engineering Kilgore Funds for this expansion of NJC facilities were provided for last December when the county authorized the issuance of 000 for this BHEE RUNS AGAIN South Korea accused in a facetoface exchange of having taken sides in Italian elections when she envoy of having worked on behalf of oil companies in that country and of havingmade highly subver sive political statements dur ing her campaigning on behalf of the Republicans whose confirma tion is being considered by the Senate Foreign Relations Com denied the charges in volving the Italian elections and the She refused to retract any of her statements in political but acknowledged she may have used intemperate language In the heat of House and Committee Chair man William Fulbright D took particular issue with published statements attributed to her condemning actions on See Page 9 RedsJoWer Autos In April Soviet trade official says the So viet Union will introduce one of its automobile lines in the Uni ted States and promote it with president of the Amtorg Trading said Tuesday night the the will be put on display at a trade fair in New York in Cancer Effort Not Completed Tuesday Night Women volunteers who car out Tuesday nights house fund solicitation effort for the Cancer Crusade were ex pcctcd to be most of the day Wednesday in furnishing Joe BO Crusade chair reports on their collec Tekell had only received reports from seven of the 25 teams Wednesday morning and said she did not anticipate hav ing a total to report for the canvass until She announced that she had instructed the 170 women vol unteers to strive to make their complete rounds Tuesday night at the appointed but had added the proviso that anyone failing to finish up the assign ment could complete their con tacts as quickly as possibly dur ing the remainder of the It was known that several homes and residential areas were not competeiy canvassed Tuesday and Tekell said Wednesday that those missed please be advised that a worker will how a worker overlook a during the remainder of the the contributor may send his or her Cancer Society gift to Cancer care of the post Norway Drivers Protest Taxes Norway April traffic stopped almost completely for one hour in Nor way at noon today in protest against new taxes on Huge crowds in Oslo filled the main street outside the Parlia ment blocking the few official cars which tried to Inside Parliament repre sentatives of major motoring organizations delivered a pro test against the new The government has imposed a 1025 per cent extra sales tax on all and new taxes on as and diesel powered buses and trucks are proposed for la ter this because of increaset productivity and coulc afford to grant wage increases to the halfmillion members of his union without raising tho price of Even if the steel industry agrees to freeze McDon aid on the union will insist higher wages and othei Last week the union turnec down a proposal from the stee industry that it agree to a one year freeze on wages and bene Joseph chairman the Inland Steel was the first to indicate industrys re See Page 9 Mexico Quickly Getting Rid Of Robber Sprenz MEXICO UPI Frank April 15 Lawrence SpionzjOhios flying bank rob ber and one of the FBIs 10 mostwanted was en route to the border today n the custody of Mexican po of was arrested Tuesday when he from a fishing trip o an island off the Yucatan Two Ameri can apparently were held for question ng at but Jiclr names were not Sprenz was flown here and lustled into a car for the trip to the where he will be leported for illegal entry and over to The interior ministry refused o say to which entry point 10 was being The described by officials as a master an accomplished liar and a ta ented has eluded an FBIpolice network for more ban a year after breaking out of Jail at During that See Page 7 Hike Sales Tax In Pennsylvania April 15 Legisla ture Increased the retail sales ax from 3 to 3a per cent to David Lawrence pro posed the The new rate s one of the highest in the na The extra onehalf per cent s expected to add 183 million lollars to state revenue every Total revenue from lin sains tax would be 500 to 000 million dollars each blen The entire sales tax revenue vill be earmarked for the first ime for Red Fighters Come Close But No Plane Flies High Route April 15 to and from West Berlin at Two Soviet fighter planes flew to within 600 feet of a Air Force transport flying the high altitude route to Berlin today but made no attempt to buzz it as on previous The highflying American tur boprop which the West would use in the event of a new Berlin was dis patched to West Berlin from West Germany despite previous warnings from the Communists that the West must fly the cor ridors under A official said the United States formally notified the Russians in advance by filing a routine flight plan with the Soviet delegate at the Berlin air safety center stating the President Syngman flight would be made today announced he definitely The official said the flight will run for a fourth fouryeariwas not We mere term in ly are asserting our right altitudes of our The C130 landed at West Berlins Tempelhof airfield safe The official said the two Soviet jets joined the trans port shortly after it entered the space over East German terri There was no harassment Ot he The Soviet fighters maintained a distanc of about 600 They per formed no dangerous flight tac The official said it was a high altitude It was assumed by this that the trans port flew at about which was the alttude flown by the first C130 the Soviets buz zed on March The Sovets have insisted that Western planes remain below feet in the air corridors They said the air above this was reserved for So viet The United Britain and France have in sisted there is no ceiling on the The C130 still faced the pros pect of returning to West Ger many from West The flight was made after the Soviets by word and deed warned the United States against sending to Went Berlin highflying aircraft of the typo that would be used to fight a new The Unted States disclosed Tuesday that two Soviet fight ers on April 3 dangerously buzzed a cargo aircraft and drove it down below the foot There was a simi lar incident on March There are three 20milcwide air corridors leading from Ber lin to West 110 miles between Berlin and West See Page Fleming Dies Tuesday Rites Thursday longtime Navarro county died in Memorial Hospital Tuesday night following a several years He was a 33rd Degree Funeral services will be held from tlic Griffin Chapel Thurs day at 2 with burial in the Hopewell cemetery at Navarro The rites will be conducted by Eugene pastor of the Westminster Presbyterian church of which he was a long time A Rose Croix Masonic grave side service will be Fleming reputedly was the owner of the most land of any person in Navarro in ch ling both farm and ranch He was a director of he Corsicana National bank fo many years and when it was consolidated with the First Na bank in the early le was retained on that director ate and was still on that The National Pnk will close at noon the funeral a native of Georglfl nme to Navarro county about he turn of the settling at Rtchland and then going to See Page 7 Youth Unable To Explain Why Woman Killed April 15 A youth admitted o police to la that he beat and stabbed to death a pretty young mother of three who had befriended Genesee County Prosecutor Jerome ORourke said he w ask the probate court to valve jurisdiction on Gerald who will be 15 a week rom Under Michignn nil juvc ille cases arc handled by the probate courts unless jurisdiction The mutilated body of Patricia was found in a utility of her home on the out skirts of Flint Tuesday She was clad in a ORourke snld Carlson frequ ently visited Dixon and her their Dixon was at work at he Fisher borly plant at the of the The cou pls children Richard and 10 months in the Carlson lived next door to the Dixon home just outside the See Page 10 meeting See Capital Precaufio UPI Prime Castro of Cuba flics on an unofficial 11day with the stated purpose ing to sell America on h Special security precau were beingtaken because o threats on Castros life selfstyled antiCommunist Cu ban including relatives of hundreds of war criminals ex ecuted by his revolutionary forces who overthrew Cuban Dictator Pulgencio Batista last The bearded rebel leader was to arrive by lanr early this See Page 11 Boy Convicted In SexSlaying April 15 UPI Fourteenyearold Jer ry Pacek was convicted of sec ond degree murder Tuesday night In the 17 sexslaying of a 54yearold neighbor wo The one of the youngest iiurder defendants in local court lost his previous outward calm and broke into shortly after the verdict rend by the six woman who was 13 yoars old when Lillian Slevlck was riminally assaulted and fatal y faces a maximum LO20 years Imprisonment under the second degree The reslgfl State Europe with tod Diplomats frankfj that the Western allfl losing one of its stfongo1 not the strongest flgurel critical point in EastWest Many of these diplomats quontly had differed with Dul les on his approach to interna tional events and he had not al ways been the most popular Secretary of But all sympathized with him in his moment of personal His departure was no surprise and no doubt the Geneva For eign Ministers conference on May 11 would go on as schedul But the Wests number one ambassador hart weak ening the free worlds The decision of West German chancellor Konrad Adenauer to step out of the active political arena and move up to the West See Pago 9 Herter TopRated Successor April 15 officials raid today they expect under secretary Christian Herter o be named secretary of slate within the next few days to succeed John Foster vho has resigned because of ils losing struggle against can It has been generally under tood that the B4yearold for mer Massachusetts who has been acting secretary lince midFebruary would step nto the job if Dulles had to Some officials still concerled an outside chance to some oth r possible y Douglas under secretary of state for economic whom the President has said he will consult on is known to rate Dillon extremely Herter has power ul backing on Capitol in iludlng the already expressed upport of the chairman of the foreign relations commlt William Fulbright D according to was notified Tuesday of Dulles intention to resign and the fact that the President would make the announcement this The acting who served eight years in Congress and four years as governor of also was ad vised that there would be no announcement of Dulles succes sor for a few The President said in an nouncing Dulless resignation in AugUKta this morning noted that other government experts on foreign policy would be con sidered before a final decision is made on filling the Before Eisenhower made his Hiinouncement at an unusual press conference at Dulles associates considered his resignation was virtually In particularly after a possible new malignancy had been discovered in his regarded as the lead ing possibility for the vacated post If Herter does not get is 49yearsold and has a combined business and diploma tic fie has hnen the state depart ments top economic official January whfn he was appointed deputy underiec rotary of state for economic Among others whose names have cropped up from time to time in speculation concerning possible successor to Dulles are Alfred former supreme allied comman der in Europe and now presi dent of the American Red New York investment banker and foreign affairs expert John McCloy and former New York Governor Thomas De Elsenhowers state ment that he was considering only government experts for tho post appeared to narrow his he has some dark horse in Herter or Dil Tuesdays medical report on Dulles said the secretary has had increasing discomfort In the lower Xray studies suggest the pos sibility that his discomfort may be attributable to the presence of a malignant tumor in the lower cervical it State department press offi cer Lincoln White said no op Bea Page 9   

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