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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - April 30, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Friday with isolated afternoon and evening thunderstorms no important tem perature Thermometer Readings 81 9 I 10 I 11 12 I It 2 76 1 81 I 85 I 86 1 87 1 88 1 89 Complete Weather Report on Market Home of the Daily Sun and SemiWeekly LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS con CHI Co to to 50 ce steers steady TWENTYFOUR APRIL 30 TEX 0 SECTIONS 63 280 PRICE FIVE CENTS ft m MLl f m fc m A NSURE LATED REEDM ET ERLI Ministers End Strategy Talks AFTER CONFERENCE min isters of four major western nations chat af ter their conference in Left to right are Heinrich von Brentano of West Selwyn Lloyd of Chrisian Herter of the Uni ted States and Maurice Couve de Murville of They are meeting to harmonize their positions before next months EastWest meet ing in AP Wirephoto via radio from Paris Mali Full Day Early April 30 four Western foreign ministers wound up their Paris confer ence today and announced com plete agreement on Western strategy to meet the Soviet In an official communique sued at the end of a day and a IS HORSES OFFICIALLY KENTUCKY DERBY ENTRIES By ROBERTSON April 30 On And Calumet Farms hope for a third straight the NEW April 30 UPD found a cancer in the upper lobe of Arthur God freys left lung today and re moved the The TV personality was in the operating room at Colum biaPresbyterian Medical Center for six hours and under the knife for five hours of that Issue Statement At the termination of the op eration at Al vin executive vice president of the is sued the following statement krter consultation with God freys doctors Godfrey was operated pn this morning for removal of a tumor in the left The unper lobe of the lung removed with thc contained He the operation His general condition im mediately post operattvely ia Cancer Located Godfrey was taken from operating room into an ing recovery room where remain until the anesthesia has worn The surgeons began an ploratory operation about one hour after he en tered Within a short time they found that the tumors which had shown in Xrays was actually a The malignancy was located the upper portion of the left iung under the shoulder the lobes of the lungs See Page 8 1 Report Dulles Improving Mow April 30 M1 State Department says the general condition of former Secretary of State John Fos ter Dulles has improved since the end of last week and he is iuffering less The department said Wednes day night hospitalized with is in good spirits end his weight is Stability of weight is consid ered a favorable sign for a can cer Dulles present was not He normally weighed about 185 half of The ministers jvas nounced they had reaffirmed at e their determination to ensure the freedom of West Will Negotiate They expressed their willing ness to engage In negotiations with the Soviets to ensure a just peace In A delegaton spokesman as 18 of the finest 3yearold horses in the land were named for the 85th runningof Americas glam or As late as trainer Jimmy Jones had announced that their famous red and blue silks of Gene Markeys NEW April 30 UPI president of the United Steel Workers of predicted today his union will win an even better contract in 1959 than it negotiat EST the 1 in mile classic will carry a gross And remember even the value of with a net of steel industry admitted that the and a garland of red 1956 agreement was the greatest roses going to the in the history of steel wage NEW April 30 UPI Richard Neuberger charged today that President Eisenhowers request for can cer research funds was shock ingly especially in view of the recent dedication of a memorial to Robert Taft and the resignation of Secretary of State John Foster both cancer No person can know when hisJown or a one may totally dependent on medical who also had cancer for which he recently completed Bardwell Lake jins Approval From Senaie Corsicana was nearer anoth er source of water supply Wed nesday when the Senate approved a bill authorizing con struction of the Bardwell Re sevoir on Waxahachie creek in Ellis The stream runs into Chambers According to a report from the project would cost The fed eral government would pay of this amount and local interests The report said the reservoir would augment the water sup plies of Ennis and The project would also reduce severe flood condi tions in the it was report Corps of Engineers favored the according to Army Secretary Wilbert The Budget Bureau did not ob Creation of a lake with a storage capacity of acre feet and control of runoff from 171 square miles of drainage area are in the Waxaha chie creek is a port of the Trinity system and the project See Page 7 Federal funds which I helped obtain in Con gress have aided in development of Cobalt60 radiation This treatment has been vital to my recovery from The resignation of Secretary Dulles because of cancer came during the same week that the President dedicated the Capital Hill bell tower to the memory of Robert who was a cannar victim in Surely these phould challenge the adminis tration into adopting a genuine crash program of cancer re the Oregon Democrat Neuberger said that concern for balancing the budget should See Page 7 descrbed the conference Farm would not be m eminently the starting lineup because On The spokesman said the WestAndOn had failed to perform ern package proposal will be to expectations in prep printed and presented OnAndOn showed great speed In races at Keeneland but was a badly beaten fourth at Church ill Downs in a 7furlong race won by Brookmcade Stables GOP Will Dncfe Health Battle April 30 UPI House Republicans temporarily shelved President Eisenhowrs budget balancing campaign They decided not to make a party fight against increased spending for education and An appropriations bill carry ing more than the President requested for education and welfare programs was slated for House debate amid signs it would meet no organized GOP Charles Halleck R leader of the outmanned Republican said some items in the bill were too high but he added we have to face the fact that there isnt much we can do about The fact of the matter also was that a good many Repub licans had no stomach for vot ing against items like increased funds for research into heart and other dis The bill carried more than the budget for these to the Soviets at Geneva as a threepower document with which West Germany has asso ciated Package Solution He said it will be a com plete package that can not be broken Despite an official cloak of secrecy on responsible sources said the foreign minis ters of the United Slates and West Ger many had toseek unifi cation of East and West Berlin n See Page 8 Sword Dancer If all face the barrier at Dropping HighAltitude Trips Tor How April 30 The United States has tentative ly decided to send highaltitude planes no more to West the next few Some officials were urging to day a review of this decision in the light of a new Soviet chal The Soviet Union dis puted again Wednesday the American view that such flights are perfectly Most authorities appeared to stand by the temporary ban to avoid further controversy in advance of meetings with the Soviet The temporary halt was de cided upon last wek jointly by the State and Defense depart ments in a confidential 1 They took the decision mainly because of Britains misgivings that further flights above the level might look as if the West were deliberately trying to provoke an incident which might torpedo eastwest talks on the future of Berlin and Highflying C130 turboprop jets flew to West Berlin at al titudes of about fet March See Page 8 4 April 30 had the first payday in its 122year history today and more were some unpaid law makers insisted the dollar short age was all a The state floundered in fiscal unable to meet even tel ephone bills or travel GOP who went without their bimonthly check claimed the all Democratic administrative board cut their pay off partially out of Mennen Williams in sisted skipping of lhe legislative salaries was an accident of the added it have been poetic This bitter political struggle dimmed hope of an early end to the states worst financial trouble since the While cashiers closed their Williams huddled with his cabinet and Senate GOP leaders made plans to speed up a bill that would give Michigan a fourcent use The bill may clear the Senate the lawmakers and other state employes fac ed paydays under a priority system drafted yester day by the administrative board which warned of a deficit by May There appeared to be no im mediate danger that Michigan Bell Telephone and utilities will cut off service to their big State controller James Miller said people like to do business with us and have con fidence in the One capitol observer was more blunt Cant you see a utility cut ting off service to the state public service commission when Its the commission that sets the utilitity rates The administrative meeting to map a timetable for what Williams called a great public halted all pay ments from the general fund ex cept those to be made under the schedule Welfare Todays bill will be paid and future ob ligations will be met as long as humanly Schools Michigans school which have bor rowed 70 million dollars since will get the pri mary school interest due them by May 15 or as soon thereaf ter as funds weeks pay for the legislature and courts will be It was virtually cer tain the May 7 payroll of will not be met unless the political impasse over a cash crisis solution is Payments to universities will be made on the same priority as state They will be paid after money goes to wel fare and Those selling goods and serv ices to the state will not be paid for the duration of the nor will hospital costs for TB patients and crippled the action came at a time when the state had 177 million dollars salted away in 45 earmarked funds which be cause of the laws and contracts cannot be ped for general conservation other employes paid from marked funds will get their In some offices where employes share one em ploye may get who proud to live in ton on his left lapel when he greeted said he did not think there would be a walk out by It will take a team horses tap and ear another 4 wore a Were Michigan but get me away from my the sixterm Democratic gov ernor and White House hope ful At the same Williams outlined the fiscal collapse Republicans in Senate debate maintained their posi tion that the cash crises was a Republicans said Williams should figure out a way to dip into other who said Im not an expert on Im startingto added that I know there isnt any money anywhere to cover these The governor has been trying 14 weeks to get at the 50 million dollar veterans trust But he cant reach an agreement with the trolled legislature on formula for using The Senate moved today to link the trust fund plan with a bill amounting to a onecent boost in the threecent sales It would be May 8 before this plan could clear the legisla Williams claimed the state is faced with a kind of deliber See Page 8 Consultants Due To Attend Sewer Meeting Consulting engineers on the disposal plant and outfall lines and a representative of the State Health Department advised Mayor Reading by letter Thursday they will be present at Mondays special City Com mission Mayor Reading said Paul Gregory of the Fort Worth engineering firm of Reaves and Gregory wrote that he or his partner would accept your in vitation to attend the May 4 meeting to answer two questions proposed in the mayors letter to the firm under date of April He expressed regret at the delay in replying due to the making of necessary arrange ments to chief engineer of the Plans and Grants Sec Division of Water Pollu tion of the State Health Department wrote the second letter received Thursday morn He advised that previous commitments would prevent the coming of di See Page 7 Yankus Retains Ties On Australia Move April 30 Chicago Daily News said in a copyrighted dispatch to day that farmer Stanley Yankus has decided to move to Aus tralia with his family because he thinks freedom has a great er future in Australia than in the United In a dispatch by John1 Justin News man who accom panied Yankus on an explora tory trip to Yankus See Page 7 one gelding Easy and Silver a speedy filly wholl seek to emulate Regrets performance of 44 years See Page 7 Let Contract Ellis County Hiway 75 Gap Chenerys First he told a news confer apparently back in the form that carried him to the 2year He mct this with lhe old title in is the lukewarm unions international wage poll choice to measure 15 other Cy Union officials have pointed out that the current threeyear which expires at mid night June resulted in a stcl Industry admitted that the workers of cents an That included a 17centanhour cost of living The industry has placed the total cost of the threeyear con tract signed in 1956 at 81 cents an while declining to discuss details of the unions Contractfor the final gap said that Interstate 45 between Corsiunemployment in the steel in cana and Dallas has been dustry will play an important awarded to Adams and role in the coming negotiations James and of which start May according to The As Hc Placed unemployment in sociated The project is i point 212 miles aouth of Ennis to the NavarroEllis county line north of Navarro and south of Ellis coun and the bid WHS for the approximately six miles of structures and pav This Is an access controlled highway of four lanes plus access The Interstate 45 Is completed in Ellis county Construction from EllisDallas county line HOUSE Foes Of Benson LAck Four Votes Achieving Goal April 30 UPI The by a four vote today sustained President Elsenhowers veto of firemen and policemen Electrification Ad on th size of the city ministration Cities wiir have to pay over The action kept intact Elsen past the bowers record of never having1 a law enacted over his The House spent most of the Deeply Gratified morning on a bill requiring After the president learned of corn meal and grits to be enthe he said through press richoct with The Sensecretary James Hagerty ateapproved measure was deeply gratified bythe tatively passed by the House vote this morning In the House nit requires a final of Representatives sustaining April 30 bitter fight to set maximum hours for Texas firemen and policemen ended today with House approval of the bill by a voice Last minute attempts to amend the measure were defeat It goes to the governor for signature into or United to Size The hours set foi time for any work the basic steel industry at He said an equal Sea Pago 8 Oil Centennial Capsule Plans Near Completion Final plans nre being made Dalla3 county south to Ve eallt cc lebration here Tuesday with sev 10 V lino ttunt t tin I J at Ferris south to a point south chalrman of of Ennis is under way while from Corsicana north to the Ellis county line via Rice is nearing Interstate 45 from Corsicana south to Richland is practically I iVrival kickof f the ccn completed and a fourlane route tennial cclcbrfttion the through Corsicana has been m of the firgt commcrcial wcl provided for while the jn eral programs in the General Ernest Texas Railroad will represent Gov ernor Price Daniel in placing a capsule In a 20inch Magnolia Pipe Line company line for its lp to where its to the east Is in the planning New Invasion Threat Watched PANAMA April 30 All Corsicana and Navarro county citizens are urged to join the visiting oil officials and wrokers from many oil produc ing sections at the programs planned at 10 when a plaque will be presented by R Chamber of Commerce to G vice pros and troops from idcnt of Magnolia Petroleum the United States and three The plaque will be Latin American nations stood Placed on the original still of refinery west of the H by today to meet the threat of a new landing attempt by In vaders from Informed sources said planes based in the Canal Zone were expected to start patrolLatlm Magnolia Petroleum ling the Panamanian coast to iL it was thought See OIL Page 7 Magnolia Pipt Line company will be master of ceremonies at the Representatives The Senate quit until the veto Monday The House yote Balk Education Cut 280 to 146 in favor of Earlier House members turnbut this was four votes short ed back a move to cut out state Of the required twothirds The support of the Commission on Senate on Tuesday voted to Hiphor Education override the veto 60 to two Were just playing1 Santa votes more than the minimum Glaus by creating all these state required supported colleges and paying It takes a twothirds vote of t both the House and Senate to Commission onloverride a 4 Democrats Defect Four Democrat joined 142Re publicans to sustain the presi Six Republicans voted with 274 Democrats to override the A major factor in determin ing the outcome was the fact that of Republicans who no attention tions of the See Page 8 Mexico ils Exempted April CUPI President Eisenhowerloriginaliy today exempted Canadian oil only five voted to ovorlde from mandatory restrictions on the veto Of the remain Sn voted to sustain tho iocucts See REA Page 7 TJI iveto and two were His order also would exempt In four of the five oil transported from Mexico by1 Mexico does not ship oil to this country by tank car or pipeline at the present Canadian imports have running between and 000 barrels daily since Eisen hower imposed the import controls on March Todays order Is efcctivc June Senate Wants Marine Corps Cut Restored It exempted April from the Senate shouted vious import restrictions any proval today of a crude unfinished oils nnd Ccl at forcing the restore the Marine Corps to into uns country by a strength of men motor or rail from the The fimltatlon tied a country of amendment to a ing catchall money It FVntran KAMil Paralleled a somewhat similar JBQEIU rider approved m mm mm which would force President lavic Xtnnnor Elsenhower to restore Army ainppei strength to HOLLYWOOD April 30 Congress voted funds last deputies shortly after shl J fin ished her act at a Sunset Strip nightspot Mickey former ffamb lor who has tnken an interest in the curvacious dancers legal spend Corps at the strength on clccted n0t to thc and it has the Army to 000 mfin aml the Ma under 3 growing out of a pos session of narcotics tagged nlong with officers as they took Miss Barr to county Deputies said Miss appeal hail hond had their mission would be merely to c T Tfcf D T rH f f T h rt G Q W X wl LI1 c JJUBO al of A highly placed source Wednesday that at least one more invasion ship was on the We have It he We are Hnes Before the Senate gave Its voice vote approval to the Ma rine Corps Senate Demo cratic Leader Lyndon John son commended its spon sors and declared I think See Page 7 Send Demobilized Men To Arms Plants GOPcon the best Complacency Allows Road Deaths Surge April nations are killing each an ever increaslng the National Safety Council said The traffic death count for the first three months of 1959 stood at per cent over the name time In the Council There were 9 per cent more fatalities last month jump from In March last year to this This sudden boost in highway death is a sudden re versal from a steadily Improving record over the pant two the Council There is no apparent reason for the sudden upsurge in traffic deaths this year except said a The record has been improving for two years since an nearrecord toll in Is the relaxation cycle setting In now If It Is a bad time for it with the high travel summer months just Twentysix states reported a rise In highway fatali ties during the first three months of this while 17 states had fewer Heading the 1959 reductions were down 28 per South 22 per Ohio and 19 per cent and 15 per By KKANZ CYRUS April UPD At least of the men demobilized by thc Krem lin last year were dispatched to armament plants in the Southern Kaaakstan and according to west ern intelligence reports receiv ed The sources said the demobili zation actually began in Octo ber after thorough prepa ration by the Soviet military command to conceal the subse quent status of the men dis charged from They said only a few were permitted to return home and re sume civilian while some were given assignments in armament The rest were kept for screening for new To hush up the reduction as much as units slated for dcmoboHzatlon ere being moved from one garrison to the other before the men receive their papers or new assign Karly In some 40 infan try battalions arrived in de mobilization centers in the So viet Republic of White Rus The majority of them had been stationed in Hungary and Eastern The available staff was screened and professional sol diers ond service men were sep arated from the others and sent to special t mining camps In South European they were moved to the Soviet Republic of Lithuania whore they became tho back bone of the new 712th Infantry Division with its garrison in and the 922nd Infantry Division basted at Most of the released soldiers of these 40 battalions were as signed to military aircraft planU In Late in the the announced the withdrawal and demobilization of two air force 200th and the East ern Both divisions had been the oldest within the Soviet Air They had been equipped with outdated IL2 type The two units first were moved to Grodno whore the staff un derwent a complete investiga The officers and noncoms were sent to Lida while the professional mechanics and administrative personnel were dispatched to the town of The remaining members of the two divisions were moved to Here they received their demobilization documents at the same were giv en Instructions to report to armament plant in central Again only a few were returned to civilian Within one the staff of pilots and after completing a special training course in jet plane be came members of the new 507th Air Force division garrisoned at The new division was given new Yak fighter the sources Release Kxtra Men The sources cited this a3 an other example of how the Soviet supreme command made one valuable Air Force combat unit out of two and at the same time made available a great number of laborers with some technical experience for the AltForce The demobilization in Rus sias the sources centered on units stationed in the Black The Soviet Un ions most modern navy units are in service in the Arctic wa ters and the Far See RED Page 7 1   

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