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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - April 16, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Considerable cloud iness with scattered showers through Fri day cooler Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 60 64 1 66 68 69 70 71 Complete Weather Report on Market JHemeofthe Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Mo LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TEl 268 APRIL SECTIONS ATLAS MAKES FAST ROUND at left shows the new and streamlined Air Force Atlas Intercon tinental Range Ballistic Missile as it blasted off pad at Cape Right picture shows large piece of missile re turning to earth seconds later after range officer destroyed it for It was the eighth Atlas failure in 23 launch Texas Sets 12Day Allowable For May April 16 Texas Railroad Commission to day ordered a 12day production pattern for May with a state wide allowable of bar rels This is an increase of In quick the oil regulatory agency heard five major companies ask for 12 five others requested 10 days and three recommend a continuation of the present 11 day HcKie Bow Out As Mayor and Com missioner Ben who did nol seek bowed out Wednesday following a brief special City Commission meeling which had been called lo lake aclion on Iwo Commissionerselecl Fred Blu cher and Lcsler McGary and Don city allorney i sat in on the af ler which Mayorelecl Reading held an off therecord conference with all city officials lo explain lo the incoming officials some of the business mailers pending and future problems of the Official business of the meet Ing consisted of passing on sec ond and final reading an ordinance amending an existing ordinance to authorize the city to build water lines oulside the city and to contract with in dividuals and corporations to build water1 lines outside the Under the the city may contract with a builder wherein they might recover their inilial cosls of the line at a ogotiated rate not to exceed onehalf of the revenues an nually derived from the Immediately after Ihe ordin ance was Mayor Eady See Page 7 No independents voiced an Companies seeking 10 days said their stocks were above desired level and they would have to sell from to barrels daily for each produc tion day above 10 Other companies said they would have to buy even more if the pattern was not increas The oil buying firms said they would buy this much oil and recommended this produc tion pattern 10 Atlantic Shell Phillips Cities Service and Gulf 11 Magnolia Stand ard of Texas and Con tinental 12 In diana Purchasing Tex See Page 12 RadKoAndTV Silence Slated April 16 the nations televi sion and radio stations will go off the air for 30 minutes Fri day at EST for a civil defense training At the same sirens sig naling a simulated enemy at tack will sound in hundreds of communities across the na The exercises are part of operation alert It will be only the second time in six annual civil defense training exercises that al broadcast stations have stop ped daylight The first conclrad drill was held July During the half hour some AM radio stations holding national defense emer gency operation authorization will broadcast civil defense ac tivities on the conelrad fre and 1240 on the radio All other broadcasting sta than FM and radio and television will re main silent until 12 noon EST Ike Consults Dulles Abo ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Texas Senators Debating Sp ONE ASSERTS NO REVENUE AVAILABLE House Planning To Concentrate On Tax Measure April 16 yP The Senate began debate today on the states general appropria tion bill despite minority objec tions that there is not one nickel in the general revenue fund to pay for One minor amendment was at ached before the noon recess o the Senate Finance Commil ces versions of how much Tex as should spend on state serv ces during the next two years Further floor action started again at 2 I believe we should determine how much money we have avail able to spend before we spend This is a basic business said Gulp Krue er of El He and two other Senators voted against lay ng out the bill for The vote was 273 on William Flys motion to begin considera In the representatives moved to concentrate next week on the major tax bill which may come up for debate Monday Both houses agreed to a resolu tion allowing the house to con sider the bill on Wednesday or Thursday usually reserved for Senate The resolution also allows See Page 12 Castro Under Tighter Guard Than Hikoyan April 16 UPI Cuban Prime Minister Fidel greeted by wildly cheering fans and picketing op started a round of ap pearances today to win new friends for his The only scheduled appoint ment on the first day of his 11 day visit was lunch with acting Secretary of State Chris tian But associates said the un predictable Castro might give his worried security guards more headaches by getting a whim to go off shopping or An American official said pre cautions taken to protect the 32 yearold Cuban leader were tighter than those applied when Soviet Deputy Premier Anastas Mikoyan visited here in The Cuban embassy and state department have received anonymous threats against Castros whose forces overthrew Dictator Fulgencio Batista on New Years hopes to win better understanding for his He also has said he will seek loans and a larger share of this countrys sugar The bearded prime minister dressed in his famous army fatigue was welcomed See State Is Installing Foster Homes Program He Exchange Protests On Berlin Planes HIGHSPEED ATOMIC SVB IS ADDED BY NAVY April 16 UPI The Navys sixth nu clear USS declared by Hyman Rickover to be the pioneer of the highspeed nuclear subma rines of the joined the fleet which has broken very depth and speed record since it began moving under its own power March was com missioned at exercises held in the yards of its the electric boat division of General Dynamics Cancer Drive Lagging Behind 58 Collections A preliminary report on Tues days Cancer Crusade houseto house canvass in Corsicana by some 170 women volunteers was announced Thursday by Joe Bob county Crusade Gifts of were collected by the women reporting their efforts to Out of the 25 districts into which the town had been divid ed for the concentrated drive Tuesday 12 completed their 10 made partial re ports on the contacts made that and no reports had been received early Tuesday from three other The Crusade chairman instruc ted those not completing their contracts of all homes within their assigned territory Tuesday night to finish up this week as rapidly as A number of workers reported finding no one See Page 7 Expect Ike Veto On Benson Curb April 16 Eisenhower is expected to veto a bill to strip Agriculture Secretary Ezra T Benson of his authority over rural electrification administra tion By a vote of 254 to the House yesterday the con troversial Senateapproved mea sure to the White House de spite Republican warnings thai it was sure to provoke Eisen howers The margin of House approv plus the 6027 vote by which the bill cleared the Senate last raised the possibility that Congress for the first time could muster sufficient votes to override a veto should it Rickover was in Washinglon lo receive a gold medal author zed by Congress in recognition of the development of the first atomic He sent a elegram to George wife of the Texas con gressman who sponsored the Skipjack and was at lodays dockside The commissioning of Skip Rickover said is an im portant occasion for our Tor this ship is the pioneer of the highspeed nuclear subma rines of the As the spon sor for this historic I am sure that she will always be a source of pride to James vice chief of Naval told he crowd of some persons vho watched the Skipjack was the most technically advanced un See Arabs Demand Better West Oil Deals April 16 Arab League representative Mo hammed Salman urged West ern oil companies today to re vise their contracts with the Middle Easts oil producing states and strip them of all suspicion of Salmans call was made to the opening session of the first Arab oil conference and was a com bined warning and demand for a stronger Arab voice in the Middle East petroleum The congress is being attend by representatives of every major oil producing area except and by observer delega tions from Venezulea and 35 Western oilinterested I think it is my duty to refer to international development in law and justice and to the equal opportunity offered to produc Salman He said this calls for com panies in our countries to revise their contracts with us and eliminate from their texts al that might cause Arabs to feel their rights have been infringed and their share in fact from al which stinks of ex Salman said he wanted to re iterate that the Arab world feels no enmity towards foreign pe troleum nor does it wish to eliminate But I would like to emphasize the injustice felt and the wish expressed in the Arab world to share equally in the division of he Salman Wednesday was elect ed secretary of a fourman di rectorate running the confer at which only Iraq is a notable The conference marks the Arabs first effort to act in a collective manner toward the industry which provides their greatest single source of reve Shiekh Abdullah direc tor general of petroleum and mineral resources for Saudi also advocated an agree ment between the oilproducing countries to limit production dur ing a world oil Those countries have been suf fering from a 10 per cent price drop which hit the market two months he pointed The Arabs regard the meeting as a step toward organizing a common oil policy to extract more profits from the black No formal talks are expect ed here with the big western oil But the Arabs did expect to have price talks with a gov ernment delegation from Vene Venezuela is another of Ihe worlds big oil producing coun and the talks staged by its delegation might prove to be one of the most interesting developments of the Venezuela is now getting a 6040 split of oil profits with the government on the big end production within its The standard split be tween oil companies and other governments is Tariki predicted that it was only a mailer of lime before the countries of the Middle East get the same 6040 spill lhat Venezuela is But Tarika said Saudi Arabia had not formally requested a change in its 5050 formula with the Americanowned Arabian American oil Company Aramco which has the oil concession in the country until who talks with a hint of a Texas blamed the American recession and import curbs for the present artificial world surplus of He predict ed that rising consumption would bring the surplus to a Saudi Arabia has been trying without success for years to gel a half share in the whole busi ness of refining and marketing in addition to its But Aramco officials say these demands are impossible to concede under the present organization of the Four big American companies own They are Stan dard Oil of The Tex as Standard Oil of New Jersey and Socony SHIP HITS BUILDING April 16 UPI ship hit an office building The prow of the British freighter maneuver ing to punched a four foot hole Wednesday in the wall of a dockside building housing offices of a construe tion company and engineering Nobody was and the Cairndhu was only slightly Draws Attention To Corsicana Various committees looking toward Ihe oil cenlennial cele bration which will Include the sending of a capsule from Cor sicana lo May 5 are making preliminary for a real event The capsule of microfilmed letlers from Ihe governors ot Ihe 33 oil producing states be gins its monlhlong Iravel from Corsicana to in a 20inch pipeline of Ihe Magnolia Pipe Line Company soulh of A monlh will be required for Ihe capsule lo reach Us destina tion via Magnolia and other pipeline Several public relations oil company officials and as and other groups arc to participale in Ihe historic When the capsule reaches 11 will louch off the cenlennial celebralion In a Inller from Governor Price Daniel of Texas lo Gov ernor David of Ihe Texas chief execulive mentioned the cen tennial of Ihe discovery of oil in lhal slale and then said I am especially proud of the role Texas is playing In the commemoration of the oil cen The capsule of micro filmed letlers from Ihe gover nors of Ihe oil producing slalcs See Page 10 April 16 UPI Soviet jet fighters used danger ous harassing tactics against the turboprop C130 freighter which flow here at feet Wednesday in defiance of Rus sian altitude Ameri can sources said Contradicting earlier reports that two Red planes merely shadowed the C130 at a dis tance of about 600 the sources said they harassed it in iagrant violation of flight safe ty The United States protested the safety violation at the Ber in Air Safety The Russians already have protested the renewing demands that planes flying be Berlin and the West keep below the Reliable sources in London re ported that Britain had urged he United States to halt high evel flights to arguing hey are an unnecessary pro vocation of the Russians in he light of the forthcoming EastWest Foreign Ministers They said Viscount 3ritish minister in made the suggestion in a visit to the State Department Wed nesday even though Britain agrees there is no ceiling for Western planes in the They said the British govern ment feels the flights might prejudice the coming EastWest Foreign Ministers perhaps producing a major in See 12 Nicholas Plans To Appeal Guilty Verdict April Connie Nicholas was sentenced on a manslaugh ter charge today to 2 to 21 years in prison for the gun death of her wealthy lover and was tak en to prison while an appeal was started which could set her The little divorcee was led away in handcuffs by Sheriffs officers after Judge Thomas iFnulconer sentenced he1 to 2 to 21 years with a paroln hearing coming up in 21 Therore anxious to get arent they Nicholas call ed to newsmen as she was tak en The courtroom where she heard a verdict of manslaughter at 2 EST in the death of Hie Eli Lilly vice her lover for 15 years until he took a new was a scene of groat confusion Nicholas was upset with her lawyers and told them she hnd expected to go free on bond Sss Page 12 PriceHolding Called Illegal By Steel Firms NEW April 16 union proposal thai sleel prices be frozen has been rejecled by the nations 12 largest sleel The companies told the Unit ed Sleelworkers of America lhat it would be completely unlawful for the steel compan ies to agree among themselves or with your union on the prices lo be charged for steel prod The union contends a price freeze in the Industry would nol violate federal anlitrust In a lelter to Union Presi dent David McDonald Wed Ihe companies also turned down a proposal that hcy increase wages and other benefits in a new contract on the basis of output per man hour and The agreed lo the unionv propotal that contract start May inatetul or May 18 as The letter told the union Our bargaining Is prepared to meet with yours at any The current cover Ing half a million workers in the expires June The 12 companies reiterated their proposal of April 10 lhal See PageT2 Nasser Charges Overthrow Plot NEW April 16 UPI Gamal Abdcl Nas ser of Ihe Unilcd Arab Republic has charged Ihe Union Is plolling lo overthrow him set up a Communist govern ment In Egypl and sweep across according lo an inter vicw published loday in Ihe New York WorldTelegram and a ScrippsHoward news The stalemcnl was made In Nassers answers lo wrillen qucslions submitted by Hen ry correspondent foi the ScrippsHoward newspaper Nasser wrote off Iraq as al ready isolated and driven be hind the Iron His an swers represented his mosl oul spokcn protcsl lo dale againsl Soviel schemes for Ihe Middle Taylor Bui al Ihe same lime Nasser blamed short sighted policies by the Unilecl Slales and European powers for failing to meet Arab nalional ism halfway thereby giving communism Its chance in the Middle the dispatch said Corsicana State Home cials indicated this week tha1 i foster home program is being nitiated there to provide the essential elements of fam ly living for who for various reasons cannot receive them from their own parents or Jack Social Service director for said that application forms and de ailed information regarding the foster home policies and pro cedures can be obtained through the Social Service department of the Corsicana State Homo Plan Explained In explaining the foster home Anderson said that the See FOSTER 12 Routed From Homes In South America BUENOS April 16 most devastating series of floods in South Amer can history left more than 000 persons homeless today In Brazil and Argentine President Arturo Frondizl grouped all armed forces into a relief command under his personal direction to keep direct rescue ac tivities In the wake of contin ued storms and flooding over a widespread The government ordered four minesweepers and an oil tank er up the river Uruguay today to aid In rescue operations at where martial law was declared More than persons wore report ed fleeing from homes threaten ed by floods In the stricken In the government council Wednesday night de clared a state of national emerg A new threat arose today In the river Uruguay when it was reported from that a ship had broken loose from its moorings and was drifting swiftly through the swirling waters in the direction of thn Argentine Rescue The fleet is composed of the four ships sent Into operation today plus three others already on the Red Spy Total Tops Thousand April 16 UPI The United Nations said to day it has killed or captured more than Communist agents In the Republic of Korea since the Korean armistice was Rear Ira chief UN command delegates to the Korean Military Armistice Com charged the Reds with spying at a meeting of the com mission North Korean Choo Chang newly appointed chief Communist im mediately rejected the In Nei AprlT JPI President Eisenhowe today formally accepted the resignation of John Foster Dul les as secretary of state and conferred by telephone with tha cancerslricken cabinet officer on the selection of his succes The White House said a secretary would be na within a few Tvvico in accepting Dulles decision lo quil with deepest personal sim named the ailing secretary a consultant to me and the state department In internalional The chief conferred Wednesday night and again this morning by telephone with Dulles who is battling recur rent cancer at Walter Reed Ar my hospital in Press Secretary James Hagerty said the President and the secretary discussed the se lection of a successor and tha manner in which al though grievously will con tinue to serve Eisenhower as an older statesman and consul tant on foreign the President Se Page Herter Remains Top Favorite For Major Job April 18 Herter to day appeared certain to named secretary of state to take over the role of cold war negotiator relinquished by John Foster Administration officials said that despite speculation con cerning other they were convinced President Ei senhower would designate Her The only question was 64yearold former congressman and exgovernor of has been acting secretary since Dulles was dis covered in midFebruary to have a recurrence of He faces nomination to the post at a critical period when the Western Allies find them selves still undecided on basic policy and strategy for forth coming negotiallons with Rus sia on the Berlin and German Eisenhower already has said Herter will represent Iho Unit ed States at the April 29 meet Ing In Paris of Western foreign ministers and the Big Four EastWest session scheduled to bogin May 11 In The curiously cautious word ing of Eisenhowers statement Wednesday left open the possibility some See Page 7 School Aid Clears Hurdle CONNIE RETURNS TO matron Mildred guides Connie Nicholas through a group of news as she is returned to the county jail it who was tried on a first degree murder charge in the slaying of Forrest was released by the hospital and then brought back to the jail so as to be closer to the court A jury convicted her of voluntary April 16 UPI The Democralic spon sored fourbillion dollar school aic bill cleared its first hurdle In Congress It was 4 to on a stralghl parlyline vole by a House education subcommit All four Dem ocrals voled for It bolh Re publicans The measure would provide a year in federal granls for school construction r teachers salaries for four years starling July It would authorize granls of for each schoolage Slales would not have to put up matching and could ua all of the federal money for for teachers or use part of it for Allotments could be reduced after two years to any slale where Ihe combined statelocal program of school support fell below the national The subcommittee sidetrack ed the administrations own pay later school aid bill which would have called for two billion dol lars in federal spending over 2s years to help school districts pay off bonds Issued for school In other congressional devel opments Housing Democrats lost In their Initial move to get their multibillion dollar housing bill on the House floor for a The rules committee refused by a 6 to 6 tie vote to clear it for floor Democrats hoped the deadlock could be broken House agricul ture committee 21 to a bill which would freeze support prices on 1951 tobacco at 1958 The measure was hotly debated and chairman Harold Cooley said the vote was more or less strictly along party Foreign Averell Harrlman of New York told the House foreign affairs commit tee the United States has gen erated an arms race between India and Pakistan with Us mililary aid He said India is deeply resentful of aid to Pakistan and is building up its own forces to meet the growing strength of its There already have been shooting skirmishes over trivial he James Quiff ley suggesled in a state ment placed in the congression al record that form 1040 be changed to make the word lax less He said tax es might be easier to pay if the words tax on income on line 12 was changed to some thing almost anything Military Construction The House opener debate on a bill that would authorize 000 worth of military construc tion during the fiscal year start Ing July President iisenhow er asked for more than the bill would The bill was virtually cerlain lo be approved and sent to tha Senate without major A fat slice of the defense con struction money is earmarked for building missile This measure merely would au thorize the Another bill would put up the actual Other congressional develop menls Educational Andrew Schoeppel asked See Page 13   

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