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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - April 18, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Considerable cloud iness and warm through Sunday with scat tered thounderstorms mainly In afternoons and Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 65 68 70 72 72 72 72 Complete Weather Report on Market HJHomeoftht Daily Sun and SemiWeekly MorninduMhtlf LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS 270 APRIL 1959 PAGES LAST main gate tower was the only portion of the Montana State Prison at Deer control led by The loud speaker right foreground was set up for warden to transmit an ultimatum to rioting con Cprsicana Hosts District Legion American Legionnaires and Auxiliary members from the Sixth Texas district were due to begin registering at the Navarro Hotel this afternoon for the dis trict convention here Saturday afternoon and JohnsonWiggins Post 22 and Auxiliary are hosting the Checking In Registration was scheduled from 3 to 6 as dele gates from posts throughout the district check No business sessi ns were due and the on the agenda after registration was a social It is a dance to be hald in the Legion Hall on North Bea ton Street beginning at 9 Sundays agenda starts with New Agreement Ends Textile Hill Violence April 18 UPI Agreement on a new contract for workers at the HarrietHenderson cotton mills caused jubilation in this mill town where have been idl ed for five Negotiators for the mills and the Textile Workers Union of America AFLCIO signed the agreement last night in the presence of Luthern The contract must now be ratified by both TWUA locals in Henderson at a meeting to be held at 3 The strike was called last November when the company refused to include arbitration clause the uniondemanded in a new Boyd Carolinas direc tor of the said the agreement provides that all jobs that have not been filled on a permanent basis will be filled by returning The agreement in cluded a new arbitration clause and seniority rights for coffee and donuts at the Ha at 8 A join I session fo ows at when District Judg James Sewell will make th main speech and distinguishe guests will be A re cess then will allow delegate to attend the church of the Business sessions open at with James district presidin The convention will be conclui ed on the close of these se slated in the Legion Ha Local Delegates JohnsonWiggins Post 2 delegates to the convention a Granville Lee Dennis Roai Montgomery and Patrick Ba Alternates are Samuel E Harlan W liam Roy Talmadg See Page 5 Rackets King Guardsmen Storm Que Herter Named Secretary Of SENATE DUE NOMINATION NEXT WEEK Uses Helicopter To Join Ike For Announcement April 18 UPI President Eisenhower oday announced his selection f Christian Herter as the ew Secretary of Herter flew by Army heli opter from his vacation retreat t Green for a final onference with Eisenhower this lorning before the Chief Execu ive personally announced the election of the Acting Secretary State to replace cancerstrick n John Foster Eisen lower told reporters he would end Herters nomination to the Senate as soon as the Senate meets next Speedy con firmation was Demands Physical The President last Mondaj old Herter he anticipated thi esignation of Dulles and plan ned to name Herter as the sue cessor provided a physical check up showed Herter was able t carry out the strenuous dutie of the 64yearold forme governor of Massachusetts wh nas been in the State Depart ment since went to John Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore last Wednesday for a chec on his general condition an See Page 8 Daniel Urges Substitute Tax Progra Weekend Thunderstorms Forecast NEW April 18 UPI Vito Genoveser repute boss of the was sentenc ed Friday to 15 years iri ja and fined as the kingpi of international narcotic His bail also was n Genovcses attorney irr mediately filed an appeal of th sentence and said he would see bail Monday firom the Court of of showed no emotion when sen tence was pronounced by Fed eral Judge Alexander All I can your is Im he had said be fore but the jury thought the judge The socalled king of the rackets also faces depor tation to his native Italy since he was deprived several years ago of his citizenship for con Icealing his criminal Quick Senate Approval Due Appointment April 18 UPI Quick Senate approva was assured today for Presiden Eisenhowers nomination o Christian Herter as nei Secretary of Chairman William Fu bright announced tha his Senate Foreign Relation Committee will take up th nomination at a public hearin at Congre sional foreign policy expert praised the choice of Johnson Leads Praise Senate Democratic Leade Lyndon Johnson led the b partisan congressional praise o Herter with a statement that The nomination of Secretar Herter will be welcomed by th many people who have worke with him over the years an who have confidence in hi his dedication and h Since he has bee working closely with Secretar his appointment assure continuity of Secretar Herter faces tasks of tremend ous He will have th backing of a United Fulbright said I am glad th President has nominated M He said he and Herte served together in the Hous and I have known him fo Page 9 3emex Invites investments By Citizens DALLAS to Mex co and the director of he Mexican oil industry invit d oil men Cooperation between us can achieve very important ascual Gutierrez Roldan said ita luncheon in his He is directorgeneral of Pe roleoa Mexicanos Pemex and lew a Mexico City party here n his own a converted The visitors will return Mexicos oil Industry is a vital factor in stabilizing and devel oping the economy of the na Guierrez Roldan He expressed hope that Pemex soon will be able both to pay overnment taxes and to pay off the debt for nationalizing the Oklahoma Governor How ard Edmondson introduced Gu tierrez Roldon at a luncheon given by Dresser of About 500 oil men from New York to Cali fornia Chairman Ernest Thomp son of the Texas Railroad Com which regulates state oil welcomed the Mexican official as represen tative of Texas Price Dan WOMAN SOBS AFTER CAR KILLS Crying George sits on steps of a house near spot where her car Karen Sue at South Police try to comfort t telling her that the child was dead on arriva at a Accident occured as Karen darted across PIG LETTER CARRIER FOR OIL CELEBRATIONS A pig will play pony express n an oil industry celebration to ie held here May as a kick ff to a national observance of ils onehundredth Oilmen and leading citizens rom all over Texas and the na ion are expected here to watch he pig carry the states rloyd who is chair man of the local Chamber of lommerce committee staging he To assure safe the tig will enter a 20inch pipeline and set out on a 30day jour ney to The oil Industry in Mexico for many years to come is the backbone of the national econo Gutierrez Roldan Observing that the Pemex budget of slightly more than represents three fourths of the national budget lie added If you consider oil produc lion in Mexico in a direct way and the possibility of Indus trial you will fully understand the statement tha for the next 10 Mexico1 economy will hang on Pemex He said Pemex finances were in good Citing the American way ol See Page 5 Politics Seen In Nixon Trip April 18 Daily Telegraph said to day President Eisenhower may be building up Vice Presiden Richard Nixon as the United States principal cold war spokes man to enhance his chance for the presidency in In commenting on Nixons de cision to go to Moscow thi summer the newspaper said It might well be that Eisenhower will prefer to build Nixon a course which Key Einstein Theory Test Is Proposed By CHARLES CORDDRY LAS April 18 A scientist has chal lenged the government to stage a sensational race In space that would show whether Albert Ein stein knew what he was talk ing The race would start 100 mil lion miles from The starting gun would be a big nuclear The contestants would be the light infrared radio and radar waves turned loose by the bomb Their departure from the starting line would be timed to the And if they did not the earthly finish line in a dead at the speed of the vhere Colonel Edwin Drake brought in the first oil well in country 100 years The pig is making the mile drive to carry letters of congratulation from the gover lor of Texas and the other 34 oil producing states to the gov rnor of The ar rival of the pig will signal the beginning of oils centennial cel ebration at How can a pig carry letters through a pipe line The letters will be micro filmed and placed in a steel Wheelock And of this is no ordi nary porkproducing pig thats carrying the mail The nolegged pig is a me chanlcal an over sized steel which pipe liners use to clean paraffin from the sides of pipe It scrapes carried by the oil In the Less than one Inch in diam eter and nine inches the lettercarrying capsule will be See Page 5 By The Associated Press Torrential downpours measur ig up to inches fell over Texas Saturday and more rain ml thunderstorms were in pros The heaviest downpour was in ast Central Texas at a point the Weather tureau The Denison measured inches of ain in the same 24 hours up o 6 Huntsville itself meas rod Other rains during the period Deluded Rockland Washington Livingston Dacus Richards War enton Smithficld Hempstead Center and Val cy Junction Coldsprlng Lufkin Columbus and Riverside Conroe Pal stine Long Lake and Qvadale Rain was fairly general In the lastern twothirds of the Most amounts were but 11 were cheering to farmers nd Thunderheadg were building See Page 5 Einstein theory of relativity would be in The odds were given as to 1 in favor of the late pro fessor Edward the famed University of California physic ist spelled out the proposal in a speech at the first world con gress of flight known as the father of hydrogen disclaimed au thorship of the new Idea and de clined to name the few people who have been discussing Rear John deputy director of the Defense See 5 Weather Hurts Clean Up Week Saturday today marks the annual oneweek which the public Army Displays Balloon Tent April newtype lent that blows up like a balloon and can house an 85foot rocket was un veiled here by the Army Fr The big called the is designed to serve a missile maintenance shel but it can be adapted foi several other the Army It was developed by the Quartermaster it is en airsup 150 feet in feet high are four smallei up would greatly enhance the lat ters chances of winning the Republican presidential nomina tion in If Nixon comes the the to dominate international stage during coming months his party will be able to put him forward as the one American whose serv ices the free world cannot af ford to close of the clean up in i health committee of the Cham ber of Commerce entreats the public to make a general house cleaning of rubbish and bright en up homes and businesses with paint jobs for The city cooperates by put ting on all trucks the sanitation department has to handle the anticipated increase of refuse being put out to be hauled Inclement weather most of the slowed down the ridding out activity of house i ported hemisphere iameter an Around it hemispheres about 100 feet wid and 50 feet The thing that holds the dome up is air The air pres sure Is created by either clec trict or gasolinedriven blowers Boost Panama Canal Security April 18 Th Caribbean Command ha increased security measures i the Canal Zone because of th Panamanian governments tea of a rebel A command spokesman sal the extra precautions were tak en after President Ernesto de 1 Guardia had announced tha Panamanian backed b mercenary planned transCaribbean invasion fron CITATIONS OFFSET ney Poston has two traffi The first was a prize for courteous driving i a Kiwanis Club Th second brought a fine fo failing to yield the rightof Icebreaker Aids Argentine Flood Victims BUENOS April 18 Ice ircalcer Edisto raced toward Argentina today to rescue per sons marooned by floods that have taken at least 29 lives this The which was en route back to the United States from changed course Friday after Argentine Presi dent Artura Frondlzl accepted April IS GovJ Price Daniel said today he be lieves the House will back 209 million dollar tax plan I discussed with legislators Fr The governor told newsmeil he will ask House Speaker goner if to the House the proposal DamW said he woulj talk with Carr if House bcrs backing the plan do He said he is informed House members will vote for thJ compromises which would ball lance the budget for the two fiscal Daniel said that if the Housel majority has an opportunity tol express itself by Wednesday onf the plan which they hope wlllfl solve the states the session can finish by May That Is final adjournment The governor said he fervently hopes the legislators can finish their task by the adjournment date and thus avoid a special The substitute bill will be of fered as a complete amendment See Page 5 Top Reporters Spot Kibitzers April 18 Eisenhower probably for the first h his White c a firsthand earful of how reporters handle one o s big The chief executive held i jrlef news conference In his office suite at the Augusta National Golf Club to an nounce his selection of Chris Jan Horter as the new sec of After the which its offer of It was expect ed to arrive sometime today and to steam up the Uruguay river to Concordla where its helicopters would begin their mercy The flood worst In South American began to recede but Argentine government officials said the af flicted areas now faced the threat of epidemics In one on invasion of about 125 miles north of Buenos Aires on the Uruguay said hordes of See Page 5 26 Killed In Mexico Crash April 13 26 bodies were re covered today from the wreck age of a Mexican commercial airliner and federal authorities began an investigation of pos sible sabotage in the Tigrcs Volodores Flying Ti gers of operators of the illfated said the bodies were brought to Hcrmosillo from the Gulf of California re sort of The en route from Mex icali to Mexico crashed on the beach near Guaymas Fri An early report said the plane appeared to explode just be fore it hit the beach but author ities were unable to confirm Herter also broke reporters for the two press United Press national and Associated up as Inter Press raced into the adjoining office of Ann person al secretary to the Press Secretary James Ha gcrty gave them permission to use the two telephones In Mrs Whitmans The Merriman Smith of UPI and Marvin Ar rowsmlth of began firing their sti dictation to their offices in At Somewhat to their surpris See Page 5 Wayne Hardin Is Navy Coach April If 32year old assistant football coach a today was named to sue ceed Eddie Erdolatz as heai coach of the Admiral Charles Nelson academy sale Hardin was selected from mor than 30 applicants for the job who comes fron and was grad uated from College of Pacific i in hns been backflel coach at Navy under Erdelat for the past four anq vhj Dep ThuJ guat dayj foundfl towers that i i Wari Convil Tough DEER LODGE 18 Thlri get a lot toug Warden Floyd after quelling o prison riot since he warden Ive always believel thorough program of tation and somewhatw 1 I dont know jul how I will change my program but it sure is going to walked sidewalk fronting the col stoned walls to a nearby r perched himself on and orderer ham and eggs I guess you could say well that ends an one ended In great shape Our only concern the safety of the hostagi the Th 36hour uprising hai tlcularly bitter moment fi usually pleasant His good ty Warden Ted wsi and killed Thursday afte as the convicts took Rothe had worked with Po at Powell had worked there 18 years and brought Rothe with Powell See 5 verl Red China Premier Insists Kidnaped Despite Dalai Lama Traces Long Aggression April 18 j The Dalai Lama today accused the Chinese Communists of de stroying Tibetan killing lamas and sending monks into labor The fugitive 23yearold god king disclosid that the seeds of the revolt that spread over the little Himalayan country were sown as far back as The Dalai Lama issued a state ment denouncing the Commun ists on arriving in this teagrow ing town and declared he came to India of his own free He slipped out of his palace in Lhasa a month ago to seek re fuge in Red Chinas Premier Chou En lai was still insisting today that the youth revered as the liv ing Buddha had been kidnaped by Tibetan He expressed hope he would return to his capital in Breaking traditional the Dalai Lama charged in a statement that the Chinese Communists had broken their 1951 promise to respect Tibetan By the end of he a struggle had started in the Kham and this as sumed serious proportions in In the subsequent strug gle the Chinese armed forces destroyed a large number of m Many lamas were killed and a large number of monks and officials were taken and employed on the construc tion of roads in and the interference in the exercise of religious freedom Dalai Lama disclosed that he had accepted an invitation to attend a cultural show in the Chinese headquarters in Lhasa March the statement a crowd of fearful for his physically prevented him from Thereafter the people them selves decided to raise a body guard for the protection of the D Ui the statement Large crowds of Tibetans went about the streets demon strating against the Chinese rule in The Dalai Lama said he still tried to maintain friendly rela tions with the Communists but they began moving in rein forcements and on March 17 fired two or three mortar shells in the direction of his The godking decided to While the Dalai Lama was speaking publicly for the first time since fleeing Lhasa a month Chou Enlai express ed a hope in Pciplng that the living Buddha would return to his Chou spoke before the Red China Parliament and apparent ly was unaware of the Dalai Lf as statement for he charged again the Tibetan ruler was a captive of The Dalai Lama was smiling and waved to crowds on his journey to his home inexile north of New In his statement he firmly denied the Communist claims he was kidnaped by reactionary elements leading the Tibetan The Dalai Lama would like See Page 8 WARDEN AFTER warden of tha Montana State Prison at Deer is on the phone in his office after his release from rioting Other prison officials are behind   

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