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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - May 7, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                t i I F T f I THE WEATHER LOCAL cloudy and warm through Friday with widely scatter ed mostly afternoon and evening showers and Thermometer Readings 8 9 1 10 1 11 12 1 2 76 j 80 82 j 84 86 Complete Weather Report Michel Homeof the Daily Sun and SemiAVeeMy Morning l MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW May er profit corporatea slow CHICAGO lower lighb lower light Oats higher scattered short 25c higher to 50c lower top steers steady to weak top LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONALAP TELEMATS 286 MAY 1959 TWENTYSIX PAGESTWO SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENTS ft NEWSPAPER SUPPLEMENT ONE VICTIM Rackets Probers Incensed Over New Testimony May 7 witnesses testified today that the American Weekly paid a year to keep la bor peace and assure delivery of the Sunday newspaper supple ment to Manhattan from Wee By CLYDE MURRAY Daily Sun Staff May 7 UP The teaching certificate bill opposed by the Texas State Teachers won final approval 8851 in the House The measure goes to the Sen Texas teachers claimed the elimination of teacher educa tion courses as requirement for in algebra and higher teaching certificate will be a ematics following a stiff course crippling blow to professional NLRB GIVEN NOTICE ON LOCKOUT Observers Find Industry Stands Diametric By MERREMAN SMITH May 7 A new mathematics curricuin arlthemtic across the Hud1 him for grades 7 through 12 has1 lo Mcet been announced by Joe Dana Williams said the director of math program The witnesses were John Public The newand semor hlSh Officers Heard KIDNAPER AND Betty holds onehalfyearold Mitchell in police quarters after FBI officials say she admitted taking the baby from his parents home near The objectpadu0 former which will be effectivePlanned Supporters claim it historic era at the will solve the teacher shortage whlte House ends Sir NEW May 7 Steelworkers of erica today asked the Justice fore a distinguished company Department to investigate an of American the oratoralleged conspiracy on the part Icnl splendor that rallied the of the steel industry to pool its free world during World War profits in the event of a strike II flashed against one or more l now business manager of the Times and The i i V more iiui inui ne ionally gfted many ofLaid new arrangement in the Vbv a 109211 Winston Churchill I with a gleaming champagne At the same time the union jte the bill setting an Aug 15 No one closely with goblet in his Sir Winston asked the National Labor Re meet thejneclS onen season for shrimpthe 84yearold former rose with some difficulty from lations board to investigate the inc Snorts clubs claim it will prime minister these last few his highbacked dining chair to possibility that the companies diminishing shrimp days expected him to propose a toast to the Presiwill engage In a lockout in tho sunnlies And from Plcsldent Eisenhower event of a strike affecting The Senate spent most of the down to the cooks and Seated before him part of the introducing visiting there was genuine sadness over members of the lead m Moves Indicated American Weekly is Senato7s I his leaving I crs of Congress commanders of I Conrad Cooper chief ne Amencan Weekly is in an opUf those students often behind closed doors tol Sir Winston has been armed service and a group gotiator for the in May 7 UP Speaker Sam Bay burn said today he intends to get a House vote on a housing bill now resting in a Rules Committee pigeon The bill calls housing Chairman John McClellan of the Senate rackets committee denounced the pay ments as nothing on Gods earth but a shakedown Its extortion and couldnt be any thing Told Payments Vital Padulo and Fontana testified ence the leadership wants to I that the money was paid an follow the usual course without nually to Cuneo parent by the Hearst Publishing portunity to participate in a gifted or those fiveyear accelerated brightncss lo move at a faster rate of speed than has been normally We are he that bright students should be Afore Michigan Employes Miss Salary Checks Trustees consider a list See Page 7 House ad Senate served notice today they would Ignore the governors veto threat toward bill switching party primaries from July and August to May and of governors I Presidents house guest since of the Presidents friends from Monday and today he moves to the world of big bypassing the committee on of NeoGravure Printing hich prints the American We are willing to wait and other Sunday mag reasonable he went but added that if necessary there are at least three ways in which House could rrct thrklegisla T I i W I I for heavier than Presi dent Eisenhower and a coalition of Republicans I tion up tor action despite and Soythern Democrats has attitude of the Rules kept the measure bottled up in Asked what he considered a the Rules The comreasonable Rayburn mittee is in charge of steering pretty legislation to the House for The three parliamentary de vices he mentioned are Democratic leaders regardl A discharge which housing as an issue on which would require the signatures of they might well win a test with a majority of the members of Eisenhower and are to the House to take the bill away get the bill to a from the Rayburn told a news confer A resolution declaring that the bill is in order for con Such a Rayburn could be adopted on one of the days when the House normally suspends its rules to pass noncontroversial Both witnesses said they nev knew exactly who got the money and never inquired too into why It had to be Each said he was told that May 7 pay day without the pay came due today for nearly Michigan stateemployed Michigans cash crisis was to Calendar For School Year The 195960 calendar for Cor the British embassy for one night before traveling home to his beloved Great Britain with a brief stopover in New Because of advancing years and nagging ailments of the the once gloriously elo We are not going to recall I quertt voice of Churchill is the Harold seldom heard these said after talking with But in the soft golden light Sen Dorsey San of stately White House dining Senate room Wednesday night and be If the bill is it Is Its all up to the governor Parish Price Daniel said he Revive Plans i n o i i Only a wholly unexpected solusicana public schools has been could not sign the bill unless ion the Legislature andLdODted bv the board of trustees see fit to make sev 1 U See Page 13 Noted Hoodlum Placed In Jail For Petty Theft fore the close of the states iness day could assure that a fivemilliondollar payroll would be Among those faced with the adopted by and released by Dana Wili The governors ultimatum It follows and the legislators reply make August 25 at 1 meeting the measure a good bet for spe of all new teachers 261 See Page 10 preschool conferences Trees In City The m city beautification corn Chamber of Com dlcated Wednesday that the industry was considering both proposals in the event tho union adopted a divide and conquer strike The requests for investiga tions of these possible moves were made In separate letters to Attorney General William Rogers and to Jerome Fent general counsel of the The letters were signed by CHESTER PaJArtnur J general May 7 UPI President counsel of tne Eisenhower congratulated Col Deny Strike Planned in Kelly III today for winGoldberg emphasized at a ning an appointment to West Press conferenca that these Point through competitive Cxletters wcre not to be construed aminations without taking ada3 an indication tho union had vantage of the invitation exdecided upon a strike policy tended to him In 1941 by Presiwhich would close down only dent Franklin of the Kellys Colin See Page Colin Kelly III Wins Entrance To West Point payless pay day was morning pre liams His weekly check from his bllschool planning in1 buildings preschool planning in Abilene Fire Loss Estimated At S2Willicn May 7 UPI vicious windwhipped fire out the largest depart ment store in Abilene early to day causing damage expected to top two million It took less than five hours for flames to reduce Thorn tons department known as the city within a to a pile of Walls of the blocksquare buiding battered by tons of water from equip ment manned by as many as 200 firemen sway in gentle breezes today threatening to crumble and completely levsl the once proud show place of the multimillion dollar Thorn ton There was no injuries Im mediately reported although one explosion knocked out a part of the front of the building several firemen narrowly es caped being crushed underneath a collapsing and po liceman had to shove back crowds when firemen warned crates of ammunition in a ware house might who built his organization from a oneroom structure in watched the See 13 annual salary was held buildings school starts The others included thousands Labor Day holiday of workers at prisons and end of first six weeks taught tal state teachers colkjov end of second six weeks throughtaught 26 and Thanks 54yearold Philadelphia unlfw Dec 18 to Wilson Studies Top Courts Beach Ruling merce reactivating a proposed project to seek the removal of un sightly dead trees from park Kelly a bomber met heros death three days after made plans Harbor when B17 was shot down while making a bombing run on Japanese war been said no strike plan haJ See Page 10 ways and front with in tial emphasis on the highway thoroughfare streets through the Chairman George Peckham reported when the city was ap derworld fieure was arrested rV I4 Christmas holidays May proachecl last year about co t end of third six weeks Gen W Wilson aid today he the city manager ad January second semester s the possibility of vlsed the dl alroady provicl begins March end of fourth legislation to guarantee public cd tne servlcc of removing dead Wednesday night at first in lhe crisi affected tional Airport for allegedly including state f news persons papers and Use of the the c t Jameg Hamilton of the ployed calendar Wednesday police intelligence squad said Palermo was observed taking two two two packs of chewing gum and a candy bar while waiting to board a Police said all Palermo paid for was the 10 cent candy He was arrested on suspicion of petty theft and is being held in city jail in lieu of See Page 7 Prayer Chides Laggard Sol cms May 7 Wilbur Simmons gazed out over the 20 prompt members of the 80 man California State Assembly Wednesday and opened the morning session with the fol lowing prayer to the Lord If you have any word of guidance for speak prompt but do not ex pect promptness from Carelessly some of us waste the time of others who must wait in committee and on the assembly floor while we get ourselves You know our excuses the an office we just couldnt make it on We mean we could but did Forgive our selfdeception and our lack of courtesy to Help o to be present and ready for every thank for your prompt who said he the restaurant is in has See Page T Puerto Rico Is Boomed As State May Victor Anfuso DN Yi today introduced legisla tion to admit Puerto Rico as the 51st state of the Anfuso said in a prepared judges and members of the weeks taught March disaccess to Texns trict TSTA meeting in Waco The attorney general corn April end of fifth six weeks merited following Wednesdays taught April Easter holi days May end of six six weeks See Page 7 ODonnell Pacific Chief May 7 been manager of champion boxstatement that Puerto Rico Emmctt O ers Johnny Saxton and Ike importance chicf of He also is a friend of the States and Qf the FQrc Mickey although he detlre Western He President Eisen nied seeing the exmob1ter here on this The suspect likewise denied stealing the He said he paid for it all with a bill and given in the cashier said he only paid for the candy mission is justified by its eco nomic adequacy of poprank of general while serving financial stability and a new command increasing trade with the Unit wUI become corn ed mander of the Pacific Air Force He said that granting stateheadquarters in suc hood to Puerto Rico would receeding Lawrence Kutor r imove any doubt as to their slatwho was designated Wednesday Its all a frame comnlalned us and would accord them equal as the now commanding offi Xts ail a complained Pninvmont nf all cer of the North American Air decision by the State Supreme Court legally defining the trees from the parkways and would work with the A partial survey of the num ber of dead trees will be brought ships off Luzon in the Philip At that President Roosevelt addressed a letter to the President of the in 1950 in which he asked that young known to his friends as be consider ed for appointment to the aca Eisenhower Indicated he would carry out the late a crowd which gather boundary between public and private property on Texas The court said it was the mean higher high average height of the two daily high tides on the Texas We will have no comment on the overruling by the Supreme Court of the states motion for rehearing except that we will abide by the Wilson The attorney generals de partment argued previously the court definition might many Texas beaches to close the Hamilton this character and the rest of his kind to know that they cant get away with anything in Los not even stealing a After spending the night In Palermo asked a jailer to See Page S status and enjoyment of all we wantlrtehta of American public because they would be accessible only at low We are going to study the question of whether the public may have some type of ease ment to the beaches because of long Wilson Also whether the beaches can public be the access to subject of enth Fifteenth street and Second avenue since those streets are routes of Highways 31 and The committee is considering selecting a few trees as a pilot project to ascertain the per tree cost of such re moval so that it can then de termine from the funds avail able to it how many trees it can assist property owners in remov Only five of the panels 19 members attended the and the absence of a key mem jber precluded any advancement I on a project to sock the co operation of Highway 75 busi ness firms on improving their property to make the highway and city more attractive to See Page 7 TAPER OFFICE BOMBED BUENOS May 7 bomb exploded in an office building In downtown Buenos Aires wreck most of an entire floor contain ing offices of a Peronist weekly newspaper There were no Florida Police Much Trouble May 7 enforcement officers fired tear gas shells today to dents ed In the heart of Tallahassees Young a freshman at negro section after a negro Dickinson moonshine suspect was shot by telephoned his Watson on his birth day negro The Freddy Gold said he shot Walter Oliver Ive just received when Oliver drew a gun on the greatest birthday present a him after he arrested him with fellow could he The four gallons of moonshlno Army just notified me of my appointment to West Colin received a A largo number of negroes personal poured out of houses and stores adjacent to the area of the shooting to see what had hap City who have been on emergency alert since the mass rape of a negro coed by four white men early last put out a call to other law en LUBBOCK 29yearold forcement housewife walked into a grocery Ah estimated 50 highway pa threatened the manager sheriffs deputies and with a makcbelicvo time bomb city officers rushed to the See Page 7 Housewife Robs Lubhock Store and robbed him of Colcman said that Police said when they arrestthe crowd with the ed nor in a car about 10 minfiring of four tear pas utos later she was accompanied Oliver was charged with pos by her 5yearold sesslng illegal resisting They said the timebomb and assaulting an offi ed to be a paper sack containing He was reported In fair a clock and several empty botcondition with a bullet wound ties that through the Held under bond on a Coleman said the arrest was charge of robbery by assault made about 10 but the was Elsie scene was not cleared until about 2 Separate High School Unit Suggested Marriages Worry Dallas PTA By UPI FABLES COBDDBY May 7 The Strategic Air Comiriida newest the jetpowered has set a new record by flying non stop more than miles with out it was learned to May The Dallas ParentTeachers As sociation alarmed over the increase in teenage mar riages and pregnancies among school voted Wednes day to ask that separate schools be set up for married The PTA acted after sur vey disclosed a shocking in crease in the number of school marriages and turned up one 12yearold and two 13yearold married The report also said that 144 girls were dropped from school because of 480 ed to 286 in 41 per The figure is about two per cent of the total high school of schools White released the figures After the Council asked for a He no but said he was rather surpris ed about the White that married students still in school have 72 The PTA Council said it would make its recommendation to the school board and also voted to ask White to prohibit mar ried students from participating in extracurricular activities at the In the Dallas schools re scinded its ban on school at tendance for married students and granted them full partici pation rights after a state court 1 lied the ban In sep imber of that year 72 married students entered White said Ithe increased number of marriages and preg nancies has become a social problem the schools cannot ig nore and indicated the PTA recommendation will be passed on to the A breakdown The made by criss the United States at showed that the greatest fln hour for 18 nourS her of married youths are in the uuu TPP is in IQ was accomplished last 10 16 to 18year bracket with one 12yearold and one 27yearold at the White said the 12yearold and two 13yearolds of nine married students found in the elementary schools have been dropped from school because they are under the state legal marriage Far more white students are married than negro the survey Only 58 details were just disclosed by informed It was the longest known jet bomber flight without re fueling and showed the B52G Is capable of flying about miles farther without re fueling than its predecessor This would enable it to hit any Russian target from North Military experts regarded the negro high school students and achievement a striking dem six negro elementary students onstration of the big bombers potential when SAC sets up a constant airborne alert designed to keep the planes from being Dyna1 trapped on the ground by en ere reported BLASTS DAMAGING mlte explosions destroyed twolemy coal tipples and caused extenUnder such an which sive damage early today in the will be ordered whenever offi businesa district of this coal clals consider it the town on the Kentucky B52Gs will remain aloft cons tantly so as to be ready to head immediately for predetermined targets in case of The which can carry hounddog guided missiles as well as have a top speed of more than 650 miles an This is just below the speed of sound at the 10mile heights where it The 15 flown by a Boeing airplane company crew with two Air Force offi cers also showed that the jet equal in bomber now is the range of the slow and recently retired B36 piston engine White the flight was the longest known for a jet bomb er without refueling it has been exceeded by another Air Force That was a KC135 tanker plane which flew miles not only with Us own fuel but with the fuel normally carried in its belly tanks for transfer t0 The KC135 flew In April 1958 from Tokyo to the The taking off at a record weight of about 240 flew a course from over back to thence to and home to Wichi It landed with ample reserve fuel still in the tanks of its 185foot The mission was flown to get performance data on the new bomber under norm al operating With a single inflight re after it had reached May 7 cruise its range could unemployed grand have been extended about who spent 16 burden Undercover Agents Family Suffers From fob Packing Union RedDominated miles for a total some years posing as a Commu SAC received its first B52G nist on behalf of the said bomber last Describtoday he found the Reds holil ed as the first missileplatform Ing tight control over the of the plane will carry fices of a major meat packing two hounddog missiles under its wings and a heavy load of The witness was Joseph nuclear TWINING IN HOSPITAL May 7 who said he was presently jobless because em ployers refused to keep him on their payrolls when they found Nathan was a listed He J told how his eight chidren ami chairman of the joint chiefs of 15 grandchildren had suffered was admitted to Walter because he bore the Red Reed Hospital Sunday for he he joined the diagnostic the Defense party in 1943 at the request of Department announced the Federal Bureau of Investi The department said that durgallon when he became disgust Ing a regular physical examinaed over the activities of Coni tion chest Xrays indicated a a bunch of rattle requirement for further diagsnakes infiltrating Into the nosis and packinghouse workeri Not until before a sub committee of the House Un American activities was he able to tell the world that his Communist label was a false Pie spoke rapidy and with emotion as he told of being fired from jobs how in a tav he was pointed out to a as a Communist and tha soldier knocked him Poskonka lives on Chicagos south on South Looms Street near the packing houso areas whore he worked for many years arid where he was employed when he joined the party in He said he reported to the FBI until Feb ruary of 1958 and never had formally As recently as the last few he he received notices from the Com munists and from Communist After Poskonkas testimony and that of a few other connected with the United Packinghouse the sub committee concluded ita threo days of hearings here and its members returned to Washing The acting subcommittee Edwin Willis thanked him for his Poskonka said that neighbors had shunned him on the or had pointed him out to ac quaintances as a Asked by United Press Interna tional whether he thought they now would admit their mistake or express appreciation for what he had done for his country ha said I dont If they ara decent they Poskonka warned the commit tee that Communists could bar Bee Page 7   

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