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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - May 4, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL cloud iness and warm through Tuesday with scat tered afternoon and evening thundershow Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 U 12 1 1 1 78 82 84 85 86 87 I 88 Complete Weather Report on Market Home of the Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Morning Urth III I 283 LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MAY 1959 PAGES AP TELEMATS w er airci ments decline CHICAGO higher moderate Hogs to BOc higher top Cattle Slaughter steers steady to 50o lower top PRICE FIVE CENTS ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft THREE MAJOR EVENTS SET FOR TUESDAY Many Industry Leaders Slated To Be Present Hundreds of oil officials and Navarro county citizens Tuesday will participate in the Texas Oil Centennial kickoff celebration in the cradle of the Texas oil indus Start Capsule The threepart program in con nection with the centennial of the drilling of the first oil well in in and here where the first commercial oil well was drilled in will include the placing of a cap sule pig in a Magnolia Pipe Line Company pipeline here to begins its monthlong journey to Its arrival will herald the beginning of the Centennial The capsule will be placed in the pipeline by General Ernest chairman of the Texas Rail road representing Governor Price Governor Daniel will engage In a triangular telephone hook up between Austin and New Presents Plaque Following inspections about the Magnolia the See OIL Page J Officials Say Bank Shortages Top SAN May 4 who say shortages in a Long Beach bank may exceed three million have charged a busi nessman from nearby San Ra fael with Held on bail was John who operates en appliance business in Los Angeles and at nearby Sebasto FBI agents arrested Hendrick at his San Rafael home Sat urday and said he was impli cated by a suicide note left by George assistant vice president of a Long Beach branch of the National Bank of San Hewlett shot himself Satur day Hendrickson was brought be fore Commissioner Jos eph Karesh and charged with aiding and abetting George Hewlett in the misapplication of from the Na tional Bank of San Diego on March Donald an as sistant said FBI evidence gained by examining bank records indicates Hend rickson may be involved in missing funds of up to The he may amount to more three million Hendrickson told a reporter I dont know what these charges are all but I am sure they will not be as they are now IT USED TO BE and Billy Peterson of Texas stand on the site that Jimmys Ed Jackel had garaged her Her auto is in the back ground some two and a half feet off the ground on while her garage is scattered over the Heavy winds did about worth of damage to the AP Wirephoto May 4 ff Speak er Waggoner Carr vtold the House today it created its own logjam of bills by not working He reminded members that to for all practical is the last day for passing a House bill by a simple The Senate Elections Commit tee recommended passage of a bill moving the Democratic primaries back to early in May and June instead of June and A similar bill is on the House Legislative friends of Lyndon Johnson are backing the If enact the change would enable Johnson to seek Democratic re nomination in Texas in advance of the 1960 presidential conven Carr gently reproved House members as the Legislature be gan the last lap on a road that leads practically no where on its money Strict ses sionending rules will bring death to many All hanging bills die on final ad journment May The House refused to work See Page 12 Hearing Opens LITTLE May 4 threejudge federal court today began a hearing on con stitutionality of the state law which the governor used to close Little Rocks four public schools against Integra Also under legal attack two related acts which have permitted the transfer of funds that otherwise would have gone to the Little Rock schools for the nowdisplaced high were May 4 800 hymnsing ing negro college students be gan a program of praying and fasting today to tell the world of the rape of a 19yearold The negro students at Florida and University turned out at 6 EST today on the campus dressed nearly alike to demonstrate that people who think alike dress Four young white men are charged with the rape of the negro The prayer which opened with the singing of was follow ed by Scripture The students planned to pray and fast voluntarily until nationwide attention is focused on the A soft answer turneth away read student leader Bu ford Gibson to the assembled which did not include faculty The passive resistance pro sworn to Sunday night at a mass included miss ing classes today in addition to praying and The 70piece Florida and band played the Star Spang led Banner at 7 EST as the flag was raised above the throng dedicating themselves to the The male students wore white See Page 12 Nixon India Over Berlin May 4 UPI Vice President Rich ard Nixon said today Indias economic struggle may be more important to the free world than the Berlin Nixon delivered the opening address to a twoday ence of and Indian leaders who advocate longterm American loans and other aid to All the speakers emphasized that in whose population is greater than Africa and Latin America the world will see perhaps a conclusive answer to the question of whether underdeveloped nations can achieve economic progress without abandoning Endorsing this Nixon what happens to India insofar as Its economic pro gress Is concerned could be as important or more important than the consequences of the negotiations on The Vice President said the United States welcomes the op portunity to help India help prove to the world that it is possible to have economic pro gress with he I would not like to rest the case on singly the negative issue of how to defeat If there were no Communism and no Communist threat to people like those of India there would still be disease and Our primary interest must be the victory of plenty over of freedom over Nixon defended the foiv eign aid program against critics who oppose helping nations who are not cold war partners of the United The real purpose of the aid he is to help all countries stand independent of any foreign This automatically an effective makes aid weapon against he because international Communism and national independence are com pletely Sponsors of the led by businessmaneconomist Eric hoped to per suade Congress and tration that India is the vital Asian battleground in the strug gle between Democracy and The United they must lend billions of do liars to help India win the economic race against Red India Ambassador Cha gla said in an address prepared for the opening session that a great and decisive battle is be ing waged in the world between dictatorial and Democratic methods of solving the problem of India Is the he and the victory or de feat of Democracy will be regis tered in that If Demo cracy fails in Freedom will be the casualty over the whole of Asia and India wants just as the United States needed foreign loans In its early the ambassador India also will welcome American private Investment in Indian he At the same he emphas ized that India did not want to become a cold war partner of the United States through these economic John Kennedy in a speech prepared for de livery at the warned that the harsh facts of the matter are that in the last de cade China has surged ahead of See Page 2 By The Associated Press Texas counted two dead and property damage in the hun dreds of thousands of dollars Monday after cloudbursts and nearcloudbursts deluged parts of Hurricaneforce winds and a deluge struck Borger in the The deaths and heavy dam age occurred In East Texas Sunday and But the Weather Bureau issued two severe thunderstorm forecasts for parts of Wesj the South Plains and the Tan handle One expired after bringing hurricane force winds oC 90 to Borger and a down pour of inches of rain in an hour and 20 Marble hail covered the After a the rain and hall This weather front also brought inches of rain in about 30 minutes in Canyon in the Panhandle but no wind or hail Amarillo reported inch oC rain in 3 or 4 show A second severe thunder storm forecast for a still larg er area In the western part of tho state was issued Mon day as the first forecast ex See Page 12 CHS LIVESTOCK JUDGING TEAM WINS STATE TITLE A team from the Corsicana FFA Chapter captured the State FFA Livestock Judging Cham pionship at Texas and The team composed of Jackie Teddy Lord and Tom my climaxed a year of successes by capturing the most coveted judging honor of a By United Press Internationalstate They also A severe apparwon the right to represent the ently centered in the eastern state of Texas in the National reaches of set off a Judging Contests which will be precautionary tidal wave alert held in Kansas in East Siberia Appears Center Severe Quake in Hawaii The National contests Weekend Rain Leaves County Well Drenched Rain fell on all parts of L Navarro county Saturday and Saturday night but the south and eastern part of the county received the most An unofficial report said four inches fel at a large grave pit on the Trinity and heavy rains were reported south of nichland and south of A total of inches fell on Of the official weather sta tions making Roane re ceived the most Five other stations reported an inch or more Rich and one Other reports include of an inch at of an inch at Frost and of an Inch at Blooming Virtually all of the moisture Dies Saturday Rites Monday aged 67 Saturday afternoon at Memorial He resided at 1523 Funeral services were held Monday at from the McCammon Funeral Burial was in Oakwood ceme The services were con ducted by Eugene pastor of the Westmins ter Presbyterian church of which he long was an activefell Saturday and Saturday Only traces were report ed in scatercd areas In some areas the rain was accompanied by some wind but no damage was Algerian Rebel Voices Threat May 4 Algerian rebel minis ter today warned the West If it doesnt persuade France to work out n peace settlement for the Algerian the rebel govern ment will seek help from the Mhamed information minister of the rebel govern ment in issued the warn ing in an Interview The alert was called howare held in conjunction with the a short time later when National FFA Convention and the threatened wave failed to the American Royal Livestock The quake was recorded as First Contest a strong one on seismographs In its first competitive Judg around the It registered Ing contest of the year at the a magnitude of 7 on the Richter Houston Fat Stock two scale of 10 on the Fordham of its team Tommy seismograph in New The Prowell and Jackie University of California at Berwere among the top individual keley set it at but the third team mem Weston college observatory at Teddy Lord had his only also set the very bad day of the year t and al severe quake In eastern Sithough his score was still very The tremblor was the team total was only eighth May 4 ff a myth that the United States is pricing itself out of world mark a top trade official said The psychological Impact of this myth and not our prices is costing us countless sales and is doing us near irreparable Secretary of Com merce Henry Kearns told the American Cotton Many of our foreign custom ers have heard tills pricing our selves out of the market argu ment so often they believe he Prices in United States on the whole have risen or not significantly than in the major European in dustrial He added that industrial wage rates have not risen more rapidly than in Kearns that While I do not believe we have priced ourselves out of the market as there are many See Page 2 Oil Industry Outlook Takes REPEAL OF LIMITATION SUPPORTED Says Legislation Hurts Prestige Chief Executives May 4 President Harry Truman today called for re peal of the ban on a presidential third term as a bad constitu tional He said It was devised to get Roosevelt and is now hamstringing Presi dent Truman said the ban was a bill of goods sold to the country by Roosevelt No Personal Ax Truman told a Senate Judic iary eubcommitte that he has no personal ax to grind in the hearings on repeal of the 22nd Amendment adopted after the death of Franklin ROOSQ jvelt who was elected four The amendment wag Initiated by the Republicancontrolled 80th Truman noted in a terse thre and a half page prepared statement that he him self is still eligible to run for a third Exempt From Law Out of tho Peo ple in this he said I am the only one to whom the amendment does not See Page 12 A native Paul came to Corsicana with the railway ex press company and years later entered the insurance business where he was active until ill health required his retirement several years He was con nected with the Middleton and Paul Middleton and and Cooper and Paul was a charter member of the Corsicana Civitan the Chamber of Re tail Merchants association and other civic Surviving are his wife of Corsicana a Jack Dallas a Joe Austin a Fred Weatherf ord a Fort Worth two Joe Aus and Jay and other Pallbearers were John Tip Earl John Sulli Robert Tom David Johnston and Will If the West does not make pressure upon France to accept negotiations of the Algerian he the situation in North Africa will deteriorate until it bocomes a major cold war corded at Weston at The shock was strong enough to put the Instruments of the San Domenico observatory out of First reports put the quakes epicenter near the Kamchatka Peninsula of the Soviet near the Aleutian touching off the tidal wave Later reports put the Sec Page 2 Discover Body Of Girl From Missing Family May 4 body of a little found bobbing in a Columbia River provided a prob able solution today to the baf fling mystery of the missing Ken Martin family of The found Sunday and identified as that of 11yearold Susan had been in the water for a considerable said Cororner Paul It may have been submerged since the 7 disappearance of Ken his and their three pretty young daugh and who have run down scores of clues in the five monthsold believe the Martin car plunged off a high way into the Columbia River enough Turn Corsicanan Is See Page 12 or one of Its body of Susan ed free of the The apparently float wreckage in the spring current and was washed to a backwater slough near a few miles east of this lower Columbia River the Mar tins examined the body and said was certain It See Page 2 I I House Space Panel Will Probe Charges May House Space Committee decided today to Investigate claims that Russfas manmade planet Lunik was a Chairman Overton Brooks D said the committee would spend two days next week delv ing into this and other Brooks said he would invite magazine correspondent Lloyd Mallan to appear along with officials of the National Aero nautics and Space Administra tion Miallan claimed in a recent article based on a series of talks with Russian scientists that Russias claims of having sent Lunik soaring past the moon and into orbit around the sun last January was nothing but a big Red He said Lunik does not exist and never Victor Anfuso tee look into the claim to set the American people straight on the A number of space scientists have said they did not doubt Russias Among them were Hugh De puty Director of Ho mer Xewell of Clemence of the naval observatory and Fred of the University of Some scientists have reported pickingup very high frequency radio signals from George Miller D a member of the Space objected to the forthcoming saying they would only result in a lot of publicity for the We should not lower our selves to even take cognizance of their he committee today heard demanded that the commitNASA Chief Keith Glennan predict that in a few Con gress rmay be asked appro priate a billion dollars annually for space The space budget for the next fiscal year is more than 480 Million if space work is vigorously push Glennan the sum may climb to a billion In the not too distant Glennan appeared before the House unit to argue for an an thorization to spend on a new research center for the testing of high energy solid and liquid rocket The ob jected to the fact that one site for the center has been select It informed Glennan the money would be cut out of the space agencys proposed budget until a definite site was select Glennan reluctantly accepted 12 rospects Of Avoiding Steel Strike Waning NEW May 4 Prospects of avoiding a steel strike this year were far from rosy today on the eve of con tract talks between the United Steelworkers of America and the steel Both sides have taken firm stands on the matter of wages and have left no doubt they plan to stick by their Negotiations on a new con tract covering steelwork ors begin Tuesday in New York between the union and the individual Lat fourman bargaining representing union and manage ment will take The present threeyear agree signed in 1956 after a fiveweek expires at mid night on June A strike by steel workers Is in the offing If no agreement exists by that Industry leaders have said many times in recent weeks that no wage increase Is justi fied this year and they have emphasized their determination to hold the line In We are not kidding about our no wage increase policy this a steel official If the union thinks this Is just See Page lT May 4 outlook for higher increased production and stabilization of Imports Is creating greater optimism in domestic oil Presi dent Gordon Simpson of the Independent Petroleum Associa tion of America told the mid year meeting of the organiza tion of said the optimism already is reflected in a healthy upturn in the num ber of rotary rigs in dicating a comeback from the depressed drilling levels of the past two Drilling activity In recent he has taken the first significant upturn since 195G and all phases of domestl oil operations are running well ahead of their yearago These said See Page 13 Red Diplomat MoscowBound May 4 Soviet who screamed antiRussian Invcc tives while under the effect of sleeping was rushed to the airport under a heavy Soviet guard Sunday and flown to Communist China en route to Tho diplomat was Mikhail military attache In His Russian guards hid him from the crowd with a canopy of blankets nnl man handled newsmen and photog raphers who tried to get Due Place On Textbook Panel May 4 AP The State Board of Education upheld today the dismissal of Raymond Frlona school teach Christian was discharged be cause of He appealed to the state It adopted State Education Commissioner Edgars recommendation no The board Is expected to ap prove later today Edgars re commendations to Name the 1959 textbook commltte including Lorcna Dokalb Caryl Mc Sherman Kenneth Corslcana Claude LaMarque Joyce Taylor Ludie Edlnburg Inez Mid land and Clarice San Revise the sparse area for mula and allocate an extra statepaid teacher to districts with less than 107 It will raise the number of teach ers to eight for a 12grade sys tem In sparselysettled rural Adopt an emergency for mula to be applied by school districts hit by Influenza epi demics similar to those pre valent throughout the state last Edgar said the formula will allow school districts to receive statedid funds based on average attendance figures the past three May authorities said today they expected Soviet For eign Minister Andrei Gromyko to take a tough position in the initial stages of the Geneva conference beginning May They said they how that the Russians subse quently would moderate their stand enough to make possible an agreement on fruitful areas for discussion at a summit con The Soviet newspaper Izves tlas attack on the western al lies reported package plan for German unification came as no great surprise to authorities They had not expected the Russians at this point publicly to announce abandonment of their longstanding opposition to handling German reunification on western the feeling In offi cial quarters here was that the faced with a united western front at would recognize that their hopes for ja summit meeting rested on their willingness to discuss the proposals of the western American officials showed no desire to debate the subjects of Germany and European security In public before the Ge neva talks officials said they will judge Russias sincerity to a considerable extent by its wil lingness to negotiate secretly Geneva nnd use the conference as another propaganda sound ing Secretary of State Christian Hertor reported to his tfld John Foster Sun cJJay on the package proposal to be handed Russia at the Gene va Horter and two aides confer red with Dulles In the former secretarys room at Walter Reed Medical now a consultant to President Elsen was briefed on last weeks Paris meeting of the western foreign Herter Is scheduled to make a radiotelevision report to the nation Thursday night on the results of the Paris talks and allied strategy for the Geneva He planned to leave Friday for May Britain signified readiness to day to accept a summit confer ence under United Nations au An authorliiative laid Britain had no objections to a heads of government meeting under tho United Nations um The guarded British refection came In response to a weekend suggestion of UN Secretary Gen eral Dag Hammarskjold to make the world organization the for um for the projected EastWest summit The foreign office mjalntalned official silence and reserved for mal comment until further no But diplomatic sources left little doubt that Britain would agree to auch procedure on two conditions the projected meeting remain in composition and scope a summit and United Nations provide merely the umbrella for the meeting and was not substituted for tho limited headsofgovern ment CARDINAL TUKNS 70 NEW May UPI Cardinal Archbishop of New York and military Vicar of the Armed today hU 70th   

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