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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - April 23, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                through Friday with rising Thermometer Readings 81 9 10 11 j 12 1 2 60 66 70 71 72 j 73 74 Complete Weather Report on Market Sun and SemiWeekly MorninJ LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS X 274 APRIL 1959 SECTIONS v i m a 1 i i KS I V f i I r hi f ft ft r r RIGHTS BILL AMENDMENT IS ADOPTED r McClellan Wins As Nixon Breaks Knotted Count April 23 John Kennedy said today that a bill of rights amendment the senate has tacked onto his labor re form bill would make the meas ure a tool of em ployer stooges and trouble It is clear that on this vote good intentions overcame good DEEP that it Kennedy I trust is not too late for the senate to make this bill fair and Issues Statement The senate passed the amend ment Wednesday by a onevote and Vice President Rich ard Kixon cast the deciding vote against a motion to reconsider chief sponsor of the issued a sharplyword BUT INDIVIDUAL SHE This Weirdie statement after telling news Is Heather dressed in the latest fashion of the Chelmen that some future move sea Londons She wears a threequarter might be made to cancel out black wool short leopard print black tights and spikethe bill or rights I TrtHvi Actor Wayne MUMPING COLONEL GETS Denies Link To IFIJVE PLUS DUTY CHANGE Panama Revolt NEW April 23 New York the FBI and VANDENBERG AIR FORCE April 23 Josef West Germanys Minister of arrives here today for a daylong tour of this vast West Coast missile REVE BECOME JOi Work Started On Result Unknown April The WEIRD v heeled AP Wirephoto John McClellan CD chairman of the Senate Rackets sponsored the rights Cant Reconsider Kennedy said he did not know at this time what could be done to get rid of the April 23 The bumping of seven GIs from a military plane so he could take PANAMA April 23 family on vacation to Ha Press Secwail cost Charles retary Salustiano Chacon his command and a day linked the name of movie fine star John Wayne a susThe Air1 Force said that pected Panamanian who had pleaded he was but Wayne said in Hollythe victim of an administrative wood their only connection was mixup in the March 26 inci a business accepted the punishment Chacon said he had found a meted out by his commanding memorandum in the baggage of officer without demanding a Roberto Tito Arias from trial by Wayne mentioning sums of The half a million dollars in officer was commander of nection with Arias Panamanthe big passenger terminal at ian A Hollywood Tachikawa Air Base west of spokesman for Wayne said the He was reprimanded idea the movie actor might be and assigned to new The mixed up in a plot to overthrow Air Force did not announce his the government was rldiculnew Platts punishment was or the husband of Dame dered by Paul Margot premier BritBarton of com ish is being sought mander of the Northern Ail by the Panamanian Command in the Pa Dame Margot was jail ed overnight by the Panamanian Platt was not available for testing in Southern Calif or1 House today the other agencies were alerted tola M pftrt Q Ms fco fche fjrst gonera sales tax day to what was termed a plot United States as a guest of the plan offered it on a direct by hired killers to assassinate said on his The onesided vote tabled a Cuban Prime Minister Fidel in by Bon Ahvell of Dai night of las to raise 120 million dollars Castro has been in New would solve most year in a one per cent sales The fine since Tuesday and is due to go the EastWest problems in Eutax patterned on Pennsylvania imposed onlto Boston llawa him was half a months the Robert military commander in Ja Blunchard Heeded Its just a general sales of officers have been guarding I Floe elections throughout maximum permitted without and more were quickly asGermany would lead to a free signed to the Democratic he Blanchard of Lub Police said Castro aides had said But he doubted Russia bock said in asking the House notified them of the alleged woukl alonS with Western to shelve the became a hero in the eyes plot early today and said it inPoweva in allowing such elec Its not a general sales of enlisted men for intervenvolved two groups totaling Atwcll This is broad ing on behalf of the bumped seven none of them CuJ The German official warned based tax that will touch every The seven enlisted men were hurrying on priority orders to that Germanys econofKy was body a little One of these groups was dejthe balancing power of Millions Stripped scribed as five beA completely Communist Ger Tho decisive vote came after sick or dying relatives in theltween 28 and 35 years would give the Russians the House stripped another 42 United States when they were inally from Philadelphia butleconomlc supremacy in Europelmilllon dollars today from tho taken off a military 1 now Chicago The See LABOR Page 12 government but was released He said that as a practical Wednesday and flew to New I Wayne said earlier In Holly wood he was shocked at hear ing reports Arias and Dame PANAMA Page Texas Traffic Deaths Soaring April mutiny in Concord reformatory led by a drink crazed convict was crushed in four hours of uncompromising state police and prison authori Helmeted troopers armed with riot guns stormed the prison dining room and a cell block behind a barrage of tear gas shells subdued the convicts and rescued 15 hos It was the second re volt in Massachusetts prisons In six Fiftyone prisoners among the 440 inmates were involved in the officials Five were named as ringlead Authorities today planned to question all The termed by officials an escape was touched off by Charles Bull an oftenconvicted A prison official told United Press International the whole uprising apparently began be cause Martin w a s crazy The official said the convict repeatedly stole small quantities of lemon which has a high alcohol con from thc prison saved it and went on a spree Martin was the only muti neer who was Where he got the caliber pistol he carried was other four ringleaders identified as Thomas Car Young Conuicts Angered Over Punishment Position With Salary April 23 ailing but grateful John Foster Dulles personally accepted from President Eisen VI Act or Would Make Dixie9 National Song hower today appointment April 23 SAN April special foreign policy Veteran movie actor 23 Two young to doall proposed to victs have bitterly San Quentin prison officials be critici7Jedcan to helP the nation attain a day that the stirring strains just and honorable or the Marseillaise be At a poignant swearing in made thc countrys national an cause they were punished in the former secrelthem rather than that fright holding a terrified woman at tary of states hospital ful piece of music called the knifepoint six hours in an Eisenhower told Dulles that his star Spangled acceptance of the special post The monocled pay pril 33 The Department of Public Safnty is alarmed at a jump in Texas traffic The increase was 50 taring the first three months of this year compared with the same period last Director Homer This 10 increase in traffic indicated we are off to a bad start which could completely wipe out tho eight per cent decrease in motorcides for the whole of The death total through April 18 was In the same period last year it was Garrison per cent fatalities escape Billy Joe 26yearold but one more examplt of his hometown was transferred to Folyour magnificent spirit and tha after vears of si ence som prison the states tn after years or silence som pr imum security He votion to the nations on the subject he finally de threatened that he might try to also n am out about the Banner and the ept of Ameri The Vice President hard new pUDllC and other administration ofcan historv a convicted was niade a trip to We tpaoh hintorv though ed to the California Medical Walter Reed Army MedicalLe never dM anv hine wronf Facility at Vacaville for psychlCenter for the private cerecobum h atrJc He said he mony oomirn Everything is such an expression of ignor Peter Law rence Wood and Russell Red Hal li See Page 7 couldnt understand why he has who had to return to ance that been sent to a nut the 12 days ago after jn It galls i Coburn after hourlong hearings before dressed in street cloth the prison disciplinary board es to greet Eisenhower and ncr is a other guests at the A These people prison of Dulles will havp cabinpf uunesvviu nave camnet ficials can drive you to a point where you will do Wright I wont say yes or no on the question of whether I will try to escape But he warned that if he de cided to the walls wouldnt stop See Page 7 Star Spangled Ban frightful piece of mu substitute would be the Marseillaise or Dixie which are truly popular belief that America never lost a war is We lost the War of TIME FOR REPAIRS Germany stone bridge over the He said the United States Danube here is getting a the aggressor in many 000 because wars particularly the Spanish 13 piers have become EnAmerican the taking of Id lust as soon eet shot on were not surprised at the Philippines and acquiring id 3ust as soon get shot on the infirmity The piers were Of California in the Mexican See Page 7 built in text book identification of Benedict Arnold as the na tions only traitor in early his See Page 7 Senator Offers Aid To States April 23 Richard Neu berger today proposed legisla tion to help state governments meet financial crises with a fed eral tax The Oregon Democrat intro duced a bill which would pro vide for an annual rebate to each state of an amount equal to 5 per cent of federal per sonal income taxes collected within the There would be no stipulation as to use of the funds under Neubergers He said it would help state governments meet grave and growing fi nancial JUNE DRAFT April Defense Department asked selective service today to draft men for the Army in The June draft call is the same as for The May and June calls were trimmed 000 below the being drafted this See Page 7 Initial Arab Oil Conference Leaves Tension By WILBUR April first Arab Petroleum Confer ence ends here today leaving the general feeling that West L oil confessions in the Mid east must eventually be chang ed to give more profits to the Arab The demand has been made hy several Arab delegates dur ing tho weeklong even though this is not the stage for negotiations between Arab governments and oil Below the surface the demands have created ten sion between Western oil men and Arab The conference is being at tended by representatives of oil companies with Middle East in terests and delegates from every major Arab oil producing area with the exception of It was believed the confer ences final resolutions would recommend revision of existing Western oilmen do not like to comment publicly on growing Arab pressure for but one leading Western who is a veteran of many years in the Mideast oil pre dicted privately that modifica tions of the present 50 per cent profit sharing formula were See ARAB Page 12 other was said to consist of two also The five brothers the for mer It was all have police records in Philadelphia for minor offenses such as dis orderly conduct and It was reported that they might be riding in a 1957 black Chev See Page 7 rolet with a white top and bearing Florida license The second party of Moscow Makes i NoConcession olicy Clear committee version of a general tax bill The bill was left with a potential income of only 73 million instead of the originally planned 290 Atwolls proposed amendment to the tax bill would have exempted drugs and motor I dont like the amendment I am he I dont like any tax but the tlma April Soviet Union made It plain was be today thc Weflt Can exPect no I has come for us to face up to ing in a dirty gray Cadillac concessions in Berlin at our responsibilities and to tho with Michigan plates One of the forthcoming foreign minispeople who elected We have them reportedly is called te0s conference In been Politicians so but An alert sent to all policel Sovict diplomats said MwiJty soon 76 of House ma commands in the f essence that the two had been paid ups Sovict diplomats said must xha Senate art dp and sent Soe TAX Page 7 CAPE April plan to hand of West Berlin lifelines to tho Communist East German regime regardless of any set tlement for the Western part of the A series of Soviet diplomatic iniovea emphasized the tough stand the Russians were taking before the May 11 conference Already the Soviets were accusing the West of trying to torpedo the i Wednesday Russia accused the NAVERAL statcg of iQ wrflck 1 See Page 7 Thor Missile Tape Recorder found In Sea tcrmec Hate range ballistic m a Khrushchev G Blunt Orders From Doctors Ap ril West German newspaper said today that doc the Geneva conference by steptors have strongly advised Sow png up mssc aae Con8ruc with tape rdcr ta H in E aRhough the nose cone made a 1500mile Nlki to cufc down Qn Kilgore Warns Candidates April 23 Joe Kilgore has an ominous warn ing for 1960 Kilgore said every man elect ed to the presidency since 1840 in a year ending in zero died In Heres the record Wil liam Harrison Abra ham Lincoln James Garfleld William McKIn tey Warren Harding Franklin Summer Confusion Will Strike Many Sectors April Peiping radio today claimed tremendous victories in a Red Chinese army offensive against antiCommunist Tibetan forces and said the rebellion in Lhasa had been completely At the same time Peiping bit terly attacked India for the sec ond straight day and suggested it keep out of Tibetan The Communist New China News Agency said that when the rebellion crushed in Lhasa Chinese troops were ordered to take punitive military action against the Tibetan clique of It said the Red army swept across hundreds of miles in 10 days of action and wiped out the rebel nests at one It claimed Tibetans wounded or captured in the It was Communist Chinas first admission of the extent to which the Tibetan rebellion had Tibetan refugees had reported a massive Red Chinese army southwest from Lhasa toward Peiping indicated the big bat tle ended only a few days ago and that the Red army now con arois all the key points in south ern But it indicated the rebels ares till operating outside towns and It said Communist troops were hunting down a few remnant bandits who have fled to remote mountainous Red Chinas description of the battle for southern Tibet indi cated the Tibetans control of the vast region was far more extensive than was originally Peiping indicated the peo ples Liberation Army was swiftly forming military govern ments to rule the or southern It said local residents had been pressed into labor battalions to repair high ways and bridges destroyed by Tibetan patriots to block the advance of the Other Tibetans were drafted into supply teams to carry food and supplies to the Chinese troops on whatever mules and horses are Peip ing Peiping said in the cities the inhabitants are making room for Chinese troops in houses and that the local pie are eagerly welcoming Red The Tibetans treated the Chinese like kinsmen returning after a long Peiping The radio said the Ti betans had complained of mon strous crimes committed by the The Peiping Peoples of ficial Communist newspaper re peated Red Chinese charges that a statement by the Dalai Lama in last Sat urday was written by Indian i falleither in September or officials and not by the Tibetan October depending upon local The Dalai Lama himcustom self isaued a statement Wednes most areas observ day denying the Red DST begin it the last Sun day in April and end it six months later on the last Sunday in which this year is Daylight Saving Starts Sunday begins next Sunday April in all or part of 24 states and the District of The fast time belt is mainly in the East and the Middle Two Far Western states and one in the Southwest also are Most of the Deep South stays on standard Where DST is clocks will be turned ahead one hour at 2 April The hour lost will be regained when are turned back next WHAT HAPPENED April 23 UPI Personal ad in the london Times But there are exceptions today For bore shotand the situation in some states spade and wedding approaches utter States in which there is no DST include Missip North and South North and South Tenn Arizona and The only place In Montana that normally adopts fast time is Iowa has no DST of its But its border city of Davenport is expected to adopt if Illi nois cities across the Mississippi River do The situation in inci is as confused as any in the About 80 per cent of Us population is expected to go on DST until Rur al are some staying on standard others limiting DST to Some counties cling to standard time while the people in them operate on Kentucky has the longest DST period of any April 26 to It is meaningless in such cities as Lexington and since they maintain fast time the year Pennsylvania Is another state where uniformity ig Har risburg and most other cities go on fast time from April 26 to Other places end DST in And still oth ers dont have DST at In New the only area that goes on DST is Los Alamos Missouri stays on standard time except for tho Louis Northeast Including such industrial areas as Canton and See Page 7 missile program la two years flight early and a State Department Khrushchev covery team picked up the ejected instrument The Air Force said the data capsule was the fourth re covered from Thor nose About six Thorfl have carried the packages on test The data capsules float on the oceans and a light on top attracts the recovery team to its Good telemetry was received on all stages of the which was programmed for less than full IRBM the Air Force Thc missile carried flashing lights to permit optical ballistic camera tracking and the re entry vehicle nose cone was visually sighted by an aircraft and two ahips in thc clownrange area as it reentered tho earths The last data capsule recovery was on March A Thor fired that night was equipped with a tracking light identical to the one fired Wednesday man Lincoln White called thc accusation devoid of substance Sec Page 7 Chemical Blast Takes 3 Lives The tabloid 5Uhr Oclock In a dispatch dated said he suffered fainting on March April 3 and fol lowed hy temporary Tho paper said doctors work on the theory that the Krem lins top man mny have a brain tumor but Khrushchev declines to submit to a thorough check were i This is the third report on today KhrnshchovH health in tho West KANSAS April 23 men killed and five injured when an rumbllGerman press this Th ing explosion that sent flames Suoddeutscho Zoitunff in Mun belching high into the air ripich first reported Khrushchev pod the ThompsonHayward having fainting Tho Chemical and left it a masscirculating Bilcl Zeltung smoking Company Thompson President said the had a similar Thc Frankfurt tabloid said damage that Khrushchev may bo re would approach fusing to follow doctors orders Some 10 chemical one because ho may bo under tho large concrete block building influence of persons Interested with a metal roof and several In a deterioration of his buddings were Involved The tabloids story did not in the It apparently ocgive any source identifying it currecl in a mixing center where only as its own report under a a weed is Moscow Humphrey Blasts AEC Secrecy About Fallout April 23 UPI tee on NCRP Thc National Commit Radiation Protection has doubled thc amount of strontium90 it says the human body may carry without exceeding permissible It also has increased by 25 per cent the recommended max imum permissible concentration of strontium90 in water and But it reduced thc amount for air by 50 per Strontium 190 is the mostfear ed of longlived radioactive men aces In fallout from nuclear ex It conencentrates in bones where enough of it can cause The amount of radlostronllum in milk and other and in the bones of re cently has been Increasing a result of American and Rus sian bomb tests last It is still far below permissible lev A report issued by the Colum bia University Uimont Geologi cal Observatory shows that the concentration of strontium90 in the bones of children had dou bled between 1955 and The increase was from stron tium units in to In to in Tho NCRP report raises the permissible level In the body from 100 to 200 strontium The radiation protection com mittees recommendations serve as guides for tho atomic energy public health serv food and drug adminlstra and agriculture depart They are being printed as a handbook by the national bureau of The new standards stem from a revision of the committees 1953 recommendations on maxi mum permissible amounts of radioactive materials in tho hu man body and maximum per missible concentrations of such substances in air and Lauriston an of the radiation said one reason for doubling the recommended strontium90 body was new Information on See 7 SAN April The Atomic Energy Commission is keeping the American people in radioactive darkness about the effects of atomic Plubert Humphrey charged Today It Isnt fop or smog thut concerns people Humphrey Its the radioactive dust thats in the ulr atul settles on the water we drink and the food wo eat The remarks were in a speech prepared by to be de livered by his wife at a Demo cratic luncheon The sen ator himself flew to Washing ton to confer with John Kennedy on the Ken nedyIrvin labor reform Jf it took as long for stron tlum90 to full out of the strat does for Informo out of the wo could all feel u lot Humphrey Trm AKC la still after having beea Page   

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