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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - April 24, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                h 1 f 1 r i r i fvi w p b r i I X 3 I i o If f 1 THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Saturday warmer this afternoon and Thermometer Readings 81 9 1 10 1 11 12 1 I 66 70 74 76 78 79 30 Complete Weather Report on Market Homeofthe Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Morntntf Litiht NCT er el go profit Mixed Lower HqVJ Cattle for price 275 LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN 1TED PRESS INTERNATIONAL APRIL 1959TEN PAGES AP TELEMATS SOME SOUTH SOLONS TAKE SECOND LOOK Kennedy Hopes Can Overturn Bill Of Rights in April military commanders in Minister hoping that conditions to high gear today on the Ken nedyErvin Labor Reform BUI and moved toward a final Todays session began with quick rejection of an amend ment by Clifford Case which would have re moved a section exempting smaller unions from reporting on their The amend ment failed on a voice Help Solicited John Kennedy D vited Communist Chinese offi cials and their Fanchen Lama to come to India and find out for themselves that the Dalai Lama was here of his own free obviously stung by Peiping charges that the 25 yearold godking of Tibet was being held here against his would He quoted the Dalai Lama as saying that until 4 on March 17 he had not decided to leave But by 10 that night conditions had grown so he and the others of his party decided to Asked if there was any talk of the Dalai Lamas return to Nehru said he would not for a conference with the Dalai Lama Then he went to Birla and his supporters homeinexile of the Tibetan pressed hope they would be leader and they greeted each able to overturn John otner with undisguised mutual M M A A J spoke to newsmen as he arrived answer that He added that he had forgot ten to mention to the Dalai La McCIellans Bill of Rights amendment which passed by single vote earlier this The help of Southern senators was being The argument put before the How are you said the In dian Prime Minister in Eng Very the Dalai Threats normg NEW April 24 Castro had advised me not to Southerners was that the Mc Clellan amendment would give the secretary of labor sweeping powers to seek injunctions a power which they do not Nehru said his talks with the Dalai Lama were full and help Nehru also told newsmen the See Page 9 City Erecting Standards For nm mr I first to be recovered alter a crip mio NffPpf NnmPS Und reentry into the earths is lifted from the South bystanders clustered around LJU CCI ilWIIltO I Atlflntin wnfova AKnprminn TfilanH fnllnwinir thf flrinf nim RESCUE ON THE HIGH nose cone of a ThorAble first to be recovered after a trip Into space Cuban Prime Minister Fidel campaigning for increas ed United States imports of Cuban visited the New York Coffee and Sugar Ex change in the financial district He opened the days trading by making an appearance on a speakers platform at 10 while several hundred traders talk too much about He said the traders were well aware of its frid Result1 A April 24 UPI Experts of the western Big Four nations finished work to day on Joint strategy for deal ing with Russia In the foreign ministers conference next It was understood toHouse tcntativl include a phased arms control 17 12 milliond1 and inspecjA system for Cennanclng measure tral fused to go all The policy package was sent approval off immediately for study by Thls left a the United hike In state frart States and West German govHBA238 Banging a Standards for the citys new street name markers have been erected at more than 500 inter Atlantic waters near Ascension Island following the recent firing from Cape Canaveral missile The inflated bag on the sur still attached to the nose cone by kept the missile nose from sinking until the Air Force ocean range vessel Coast Dalai Lama had told him he sections by the street departal Crusader located the Air Force photo via AP want the government to have had written letters to the Red ment crews in preparation for Wlrephoto In civil rights Humphrey Confident Hubert Humphrey who flew in from the West Coast for an over night conference with liberal supporters of the original said before returning to Calif ornia that he believed further efforts to alter the bill could be beaten John Stennis told newsmenthat he and rsev Indict Individuals Over Hot Oil the arrival of the signs them City Manager Morgan Works annnounced Friday that deliv ery on the 770 street name as semblies la expected to begin within 30 to 45 days by the sup plying Lyle of When the assemblies will put them to Killing Sound FORT April 24 Secret federal IndictIcUy forces have been returned gethertat the city barn arid April 24 A LOS Angeles firm is e eral other Democrats from the against Standard Oil Company when a sufficient number have veloping South were having serious I of two other companies been assembled they will be sound At the time the signs were purchased on city officials expressed the hope it would be possible to set up a similar appropriation in the 195960 fis f nUI f second thoughts about having and foui individuals charging put up In sequence until all have supported the which them with violation of the Conbeen was approved Wednesday by a nallV Hot oil Act Cost the including vote of us Attorney William tne pipei but excluding the la He said they were much d confirmed Dor of assembling and turbed over whether they gave that the indictments had been Ja slightly in excess of the secretary of labor the same handed down by a federal grand an amount set up in the cur scattergun powder to meeting in rent yeara budget for tins One of the other companies provement indicted with Standard is the Pasotex Pipeline of Hous a Standard West said one of the individ uals indicted was Leslie Mor gan of He ed before a commissioner atlcal years budget for an Lubbock Wednesday and posted West said he was not at liberty to divulge the name of the other UPI Our who artlcompany or the names of the in lother three individuals becaus The small voice of 8yearold Gerald Doane III lifted In prayer from the hospital cot on which he was being rolled into Hallowed be thy Gerald already had lost his left amputated at the He had pedaled his bike into a Grand Truck Western passenger train at the crossing See Page 2 Prays While Rolled To Surgery April 24 could be erected on a second corner of each Driver Broilers Die A slight doze by a truck driv er killed or hurt 1200 to 1500 broilers on Highway 31 Friday at one mile east of Clifford Route Clear skies and warm was en route to Waco Kentlatures promised Texans the wltn 3100 broilers and apparent kind of weekend that pleasesNy dozed off a he told Thy kingdom everybody except raincoat salesBob highway He was being taken to who ery again because doctors were The Weather Bureau said The Chevrolet Stake truck going to amputate his right little or no precipitation was in See HOT Page 8 Texas Outlook Warm By The Associated Press too much as but hoped to save as sight for the next few dropped off the pavement on to the and when the although showers may be on driver jerked it back on the Thy will be the way to East Texas early it went out of control and it is in next rolled Scaver was unin But before he went he Readings for the state are due jured but almost half of his asked the nurses and interns to be about normal for this time load of chickens were killed or attending him if they could wait of year in tne panhandle and hurt or lost in the confusion just a He wanted to North Texas and two to five and recite the Lords degrees above the usual mark There were plenty of dead For thine is the tne South and broilers in the the pa Sec Page 9 Western sections of the Itrolman Mi an outofthisworld but it wont bo heard on your hifi set or anywhere to tiuild similar nolso makors to test electronic com ponents used in Thomas said HISS could be used in all fields of electronics to produce more reliable elcc He said most Cuban sugar was sold through the exchange and pledged that income from the sugar would go toward things that would be useful for Charles S exchange gave him a gavel to open the Castro spoke A mem ber of his Rufo Lopez minister of the trea then told the traderg that Thls sound can kill said tronic components through teet William president of James Lansing Sound He explains the sound is so loud that You cant hear it because you would be dead be fore you heard Its perfectly capable of destroying he ing by high frequency sound waves HISS sound waves develop high frequency vibrations cap able of rattling a building with an intensity greater than an and a human being sub jected to such high frequency sound waves actually would be homogenized or scrambled in Thomas described the firms High Intensity Sound Simulator HISS as a major breakthrough in efforts to simulate tremend ous vibrations encountered on Thomas the noise maker be used as a death ray in wartime because aound waves dissipate rapidly in the He gave this description of It is housed in a concrete structure weighing hundreds of tons and containing many high a trip to outer Vibrationspowered powered on such a trip are caused by high speed and shock Lansing Sound recently got contracts from two missile man Whole Farms Make Up Half Of Soil Bank April 21 Agriculture Department said today about half the 23 million acres in tho soil bank this year is in the form of whole The other half represents portions of farms which opera tors have agreed to hold out See Page 2 California To End System Of CrossFifing April 24 UPI Californias unique crossfiling law headed today toward The State Senate voted 2215 Thursday to repeal the contro versial election law and the bill to r Edmond Bro and eager to sign It already has been approved by the as sembly Under a law which has been on tjia books since the day of Hiram John son back in eandidatV re gardless of their tion could file in tho primary election on either the Demo cratic or Republican Down through the the practice of crossfiling general ly worked In favor of the the tentatively appro The experts had been biu the strategy since April Delay Final V The British foreign office The tax a T announced today the group had dollar skeleton of its finished its 290milIlondollar w It was understood ttiere still ed on Thursday after fou were some differences on the of It probably won1 strategy which will have to be final action until worked out by the western for The House today tentai eign ministers in their preGone approved the proposed one va meeting in Paris next Wedincrease in franchise taxes to per worth There was complete official business annually by volci silence on the package but it an effort to get1 was understood to include a immediate final action firm western stand on Berlin for lack of a and a proposal for a twophased twothirds arms control and inspection The House briefly debated A for Central bin HB60 setting maximum sentl This last would be linked to hours for firemen and police ogress on unification of East men but adjourned and West ax Monday without taklnff The policy package also will anv be sent to the 15natlon per M topic 1 Failure of the House to pass a tax bill that even approached the spending it authorized the the main topic of discussion See Page 9 KishiViimer In Japan Vote April 24 ruling conservatives won an overwhelming victory today In state and local Their the m a n y incumbent legislators or congressmen cap tured both party nominations in the primary without opposU Officials said many of the The Democratic party plat form long has favored repeal whole farms were small units of tnc jaw on the grounds that incapable of providing opera tors with desirable it was confusing to the This with Democrats They said many operators had holding the governors office found employment elsewhere to anc a comfortable majority in supplement rentals which averboth housos of the governorships of Osaka and all hotly con tested Of the 21 state prefecture posts at stake Thurs six went to members of Premier Nobusuke Kishis servative Liberal Democrats and one to an opposition Social remaining 14 went to In nine of them sup ported by both the ago an the bill went through albeit not CAPE April 24 UPI The super sonic Hound Dog a new bomber launched weapon with a range of several hundred made its flight debut Thursday and met its test ob The Air Force disclosed that the new missile was launched over the Atlantic missile range by a B52 In another significant rocket the Air Force launched a test vehicle off the West coast of Florida to test a parachute designed to slow the descent of a man or instru ment package plunging back to earth after a trip through Officials said the rocket reached an altitude of more than 15 miles above the The conducted at Santa Rosa island near Eglin Air Force was part of the 1 nations Man in Space pro The Hound developed by North American is designed to carry a nuclear A winged it r man bombers to stay out of et fired from Santa Rosa was range of enemy defenses while attacking distant Officials said only that the missile successfully met its test They did not dis close how far the weapon tra Powered by a J52 jet engine produced by Pratt the Hound Dog has a gyro scopic guidance system which cannot be The missile is being developed by North American The Air Force said the B52 launching vehicle was flown out of Officials at the Air Force missile test center here declined to comment on the but it was learn ed the B52 was near Cape Can averal when the missile was The Hound Dog is one of sev eral bomber launched missiles being It differs from the Bold Orion missile in the early test phase In that it is an airbreathing The Bold Orion will be a wingless ballistic missile carrying its own tvygen enable strategic com The Air said the rock find a twostage crcetype test ve It was launched at The deceleration officials was estimated to have reached an altitude of more than feet before de The Man In Space program ia being conducted by the Na tional Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA hopes to put a man into orbit around the earth sometime in and todays test was ap parently part of the manysided approach to getting the space voyager back Scientists hope that through such tests they can learn meth ods of protecting human space voyagers from the extreme heat generated by speeding reentry into the earths dense atmos phere from Crews from Eglin were wait ing in boats to recover the in strument package after it fell back to the The package was equipped with gear to make it float and a radio homing beacon to help the search team Soviets Trying To Split Unions MEXICO April 24 CUPI Mexican Labor Union Leader Alfonso Sanchez Ma dariaga said here that led Latin American Commun ists planned to set up a Com munist labor center in next month for a grand offensive against free trade Unions In this hemis Sanchez said in an interview in the newspaper Novedades that the Reds hoped to split Latin American trade unionists off from the United States and Canadian labor He said Russian Pseudo Trade Union Leaders Timofei Eremev ami Minev Aleixov completed the arrangements for the Communist headquarters during a visit to in See Page 8 Thompson Suffers Major Burns Thursday Bobby of 3301 West Second suffered first and second degree burns on the thighs and mid afternoon on the Brown oil abdomen Thursday Icaae north of His condition was reported Good Friday morning at Me mortal hospital where he was admitted Thursday at 4 Thompson is reported to have been washing an oil at a storage tank on the lease when the gasoline exploded throwing the flaming fluid ovci his hands and Most of his clothing was burn ed from his Alone at the the victim managed to dive his car despite his serious burns to Powell where a friend then sped him to the ment would about been The department said retirewithout some strong these whole farms j tjon result in a reduction of acres which had allotted surplus crops under federal control This will help cut down on fu ture surpluses of these The department hopes to add another five million acres to Democrats and the the LiberalDemocrats See Page Oil Centennial Plans By Local Group Plans are going forward for the Texas Oil Centennial cele bration here May 5 when a cap sule containing messages from governors of oil producing states is started through a pipeline here to The celebration will open at 10 with the placing of a plaque on the old still at the i Pipe Line Company hero and then the kickoff at See SOIL Pnge 8 Police Help Moth er United Gypsum Gets Rock Wool C April 24 agreement for Unitnd Gypsum to exchange Its common stock for properties of Ameri can Rock Wool was announc ed The Gypsum firm said this f n tt win Rive it facilities to ninnuTcxfla Houso 11 when the capsule begins its journey to All Navarro and Corslcana only and one by the Kishis party also pulled far i ft m t 1 I 1 I At 1 A ahead in balloting for the 2 u d th f m G67 seats in Japans 46 slate1 Incomplete returns gave them to the Socialists Bootlegger Tax Draws Protests April 24 The facture mineral wool and fiber wrestling with the biggest SALT LAKE in state talked United States Gypsum plans Thursday about a tax on boot to over operation of from I Americans plants in The proposal by a south TGX the trunk of a small foreign car Toras legislator died when too ril Traffic Thomas Need ham officer spotted Rod ninny members protested it He Btonncd thp car for amorr South would hurt their P u i 1 nf m i cnreful count He found four I and about of Texas 254 coun Cub Scouts in the nine July ties arc officially morn in the plus their don Carl the A total of I didnt have the heart to is sue a said the under standing Ho called the which sent a squad car around to carry sonic of tho surplus McElroy urged by the Steering commit tee headed by to attend both these sessions since Corsicana is the first place oil was produced commercial quantities west of the Mississippi in the A luncheon will be held at noon at the Texas National Guard Armory on West Seventh avenue when several hundred people will Reservations are to be made not later than April at the First National State National Dyer and Navarro Hotel Coffee The tickets Additional details of this party will be announced next Sec OIL Page 2 Sacrifices Reporter Finds Moscow Walk Electrifying By AJJNK MOSBY April Ive interviewed Lassie the TV canine and Trigger the movie but strolling around Mos cow with a twoheaded dog is downright The animal is Russias sur gical Sputnik and may go down in medical history as the key to results that seem like science replacing lost limbs and worn out organs to possible I met the medical marvel at the first medical an ordinary stone building on a Moscow side Vladimir the noted transplanting surgeon who performed the intro duced a huge German Shep herd with the appealing head and forelegs of a little white puppy panting happily on the back of its Demikhov performed the operation when the puppy was a month old by joining major blood The fact that the puppy has lived almost a month is The doctor took the or rather the 1 13 for a walk with Children in school uniforms clustered around to stare as children used to gape at horseless carriages 50 years At first the big named Pirat resisted tho walk because he has to bo led by his ears where would you put the col lar otherwise he didnt seem to whether two heads are better than The big dog doesnt under explained He feels some kind of incon but he doesnt know what it Sometimes the puppy will playfully bite the ear of the big dog and Pirat will shake NEW April Secretary Neil Me Klroy warned Americans Thurs day night that military spend ing may have to be increased enormously in the next several years to keep ahead of the Soviet He also asserted that the na tion will need a belttightnning his head but he never has tried effort to keep ahead of Russia to scratch or kick off the extra The puppy licked its paw and washed its face like a When I patted big the puppy head became drowsy in the sun shine and dozed off the two headR sleep and wake indepen in the field of education and economic competition on a 1 MrEIroy spoke at a dinner of the Bureau of Advertising of t American Newspaper Pub lishers Ty one interpretation of his American military might have to rise by The doctor explained this norLn cstimftted 20 billion dollars to R total o more lhan eo bll malcy is why the operation is a bombshell in the medical lion annually in another seven nit Other head graftings have been McElroy said a good deal tried for 40 years in many h cfjst taxpaycrs must assistance tries but normal activity was not lo thfi mintary he The doctor placed a pan of importance of the mill water under the puppys nose tary program isnt and it probably because understood he the mouth gets The water at a news conference after ran immediately out of the pupthe pys the end of which sticks out of the big dogs shav ed gee Page There Is too great a tendency of thinking we are juet helping other people philari Actually we are others so base can that our be made helping security The secretary said that Rus sia now spends about the same as the United States on Its mili tary To do he Russia devotes twice as high a percentage of its gross na tional product to military pur poses as the United defense spending now runs a McElroy said that Allen Dul director of the Central In ce estimates that Russia could Increase its nding by 50 per cent In the n t seven years as a result of increased This is an area where the Soviet Unions effort must be matched or McElroy He added Wo either have to boost our own gross national product so that whatever increase may be required In military spending will not disturb other areas of our or we have to rut down on expenditures In those other areas to compensate for tho increased military McElroy said that it was Just as imperative for tho United S1 tes io stay ahead of Russiii in the economic I believe our economic sys like our social Is the greatest in the Mc Elroy We must keep both systems so healthy that no untry to which a freedom of choice is still open would think of choosing the Communist He warned that the people will have to put up more taxes to educate better leaders In all It may be necessary for us to tighten our belts and step up our national effort in tho educational and mili tary he McElroy said the United Stat es today has such military strength that we need not fear No one in this administration or military has any intention of permitting America to have less overall military capability than The United States will have 11 of intoi siles a lit ror next the number of missiles added to our massive aircraft strength will he fully adequate to deter the outbreak of eral   

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