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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - May 13, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through widely scattered thun dershowers Thursday no important tem perature Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 j 12 1 I 2 76 81 84 86 88 39 90 Complete Weather Report on Market BJHomeof the Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Morning LiAhtJf LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW May steels Bonds governments at historic CHICAGO Moderately higher late scattered Corn Higher moderate demand Higher short Hogs Strong to mostly 25 cents higher top Slaughter steers weak to lower top AP TELEMATS 291 MAY 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Ike Wants Budget Federal Debt Cut ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Herter Halts Soviet Propaganda Maneuvers SPELLS OUT AIMS AT GENEVA Britain Back Secretarys Opening Speech By JOSEPH GKIGG May Secretary of State Chris tian Herter brusquely over ruled Soviet obstructive tactics today and brought the Big Four conference to grips with the Berlin crisis and the German unity issue for the first He challenged the Russians to join in deadly earnest Conditions Bevealed Herter spelled out for the first time President Eisenhow ers conditions for a meeting at the summit with Soviet Pre mier Nikita He said the foreign ministers at Geneva should reach accord over as wide a field as possi narrow their differences and prepare constructive pro 9 posals for toplevel The secretary of blast ing away a twoday logjam of Soviet procedural disputes launched the Big Four into ne gotiations on German unity t with a demand that Russia give East Germans a free choice or face the seeds of future trou Gromyko Adamant A twoday Russian filibuster aimed at forcing admission of Communist Poland and Czech oslovakia to the conference col least under a demand from Herter to let the Big Four talks get down to The French and Srviet delegation met in See Page 2 Japan Settles War Debt To South Vietnam May pan today settled Its World War II obligation to South Viet nam by signing a reparations and economic co operation agreement designed to bring about a new era of friendship between the two anti IP Communist The pact was signed by Ja panese Foreign Minister Aiichi ro Fujiyama and Vietnamese foreign minister Vu Van The agreement completes Ja pans World War II reparations obligations outlined under the San Francisco peace treaty and culminates six years of negotia tions between the two govern At Least 36 Dead In Series Of Air Disasters Texas Solons Taking Breather Under the terms of agree ment Japan will pay Vietnam 39 million dollars in goods and services as pure in government credits and in economic co operation Pure reparations will be paid over the next five Government credits will be extended through Japans porlimport bank over a three See Page 2 STATE High School contestants won two state one runnerup post and a fourth place in competi tion in the Interscholastic league last weekend in Left to right are Cassandra poetry reading Bill second In extemporaneous speaking Dickie original oration Miss Winona typing and bookkeeping instructor Eli Doug speech and Annette Photo by Taylor Studio May 13 given the job of solving Texas taxing and spend ing gave up and went home Tuesday Most of the problems remain to face a special session begin ning It is true that we have not done all we had hoped to do by this good Speaker Waggoner Carr told the But there is always satisfaction in having done our In having laid strong foundations for com pleting the work that re Even before the special session begins there is specu lation that we will not be able to do the job in a second spe cial Price Dan iel told both houses in a last minute In addition there are powerful forces out side the Legislature already advocating a 30day stalemate In order to keep from being Probers Report Scatters Shots Daniel said the special ses sion would be limited to retire ment of the present pas sage of an appropriations bill to cover necessary spending and passage of a tax bill to meet these There was practically none of the usual horse play on adjourn One of the last legislative acts Tuesday was approval of a pay See Page 12 May blackmail and coercion are among allegations against Texas union officials that should be the House Investi ating Committee It listed more than a dozen allegations against unnamed un ion officials in a report read Tuesday to the No ac tion was taken on the The committee has developed and its files informa tion on a variety of situations that should be said the committee headed by Reagan Huffman of The committee said the alle galions included that Vice president of a large un ion in Texas has suspended un ion increased daily field called an unauthor ized put his relatives on the union payroll and managed the disappearance of approxi mately from the union The information is sup ported by sworn statements of several of the Roy Harrington of Port Arthur questioned a statement See Page 12 artwright Is Renamed Mayor At Galveston May Former Mayor Herbert Cart wright will replace George Roj Lewis Raps Labor Reforms May 13 UPI John veteran of many a labor attacked the pending labor reform bill to day as representing support for the wealthy and His booming voice belying his 79 the United Mine Work ers chief told a joint meeting of two House Labor subcommit tees that Congress must not weld a castiron chastily belt around the waists of 16 million men without their The committees are studying several laborcontrol Including the KennedyErvin re form bill already passed by the The administration and some members of Congress favor passage of a stronger measure by the All the pending bills repre sent support for wealthy and against the Lewis told a capacity The such as we are in labor he be cause they are they a more Lewis denied what he called widespread cries that one union or one leader could throt tle the That cant be he He told the congressmen that unions have the same standards of ethics as any other cross section of the he the reform bills would try to make unions re sponsible for acts of their in dividual Can the Bankers Association guarantee the probity of all bankers he Olhers congressional develop ments Nomination The President also accused the Senate of delay ing action on presidential nomi nations for reasons other than mere factfinding about the ap He said he is baffled by the difficullies his nominees are The longest delay has been on the appoinlment of Lewis Strauss as Secretary of The nominations of Douglas Dillon as Under secretary of Stale and Ogden Reid as ambassador lo Israel are still pending in Senate com Eisenhower said he feels there is a pattern to Sen ate but did not Minimum wage The Chamber of Commerce told the Senale Labor subcommillee that changing the federal minimum lough as mayor In final unofficial return rom Tuesdays Clough who has served since he de eated Carlwright in ran Charles school boarc member with the backing o he Chamber of fin ished second and Disi Andrew Baker was fourlh A record turnout of vo ters also approved a commis sion lo rewrile Ihe City Charte and indicated they favored manager form of govern wage law would be the same as legislating higher consumei The testimony was on a posal to raise the minimum from to an hour and in cluding more job categories in the Witnesses said the bil would hurt small business anc could reduce job opportunities in weak economic Brain trusl A House appro priations subcommittee made public testimony by Stale De partment officials asking Con gress to provide for a specla brain trusl of specialists to combat Communism on a global John Rooney D chairman of the subcom reacted ralher cooly to the saying he thought this had been one of the func lions of the State Department for the past 15 In major congressional de velopments late Tuesday Wheat The House passed and sent to the White House a measure to put off until June 1 official announcement of Fed eral wheat controls or the 1960 Under present law market ing quotas for Ihe 1960 crop must be proclaimed by May 15 See Page 12 Police and Fire Commissione Walter Rouke and Financ Commissioner Dave Figari wer Other officers wcr not Volers approved a pay in crease for cily firemen end po lice and proposals to sell clt land and aulhorize a contrac with Houston Lighting and Pow er to operate the city light ing Rejected were plans to rais See Page 3 By The Associated Press Five airplane crashes in carcely 24 hours cost an esti laled 36 lives Tuesday and arly Two airliners and iree military jets went Another airliner reported a ear collision with a Jets Hit Ocean Three Air Force FIDO Super abre jet fighters plunged into le Atlantic Ocean off Myrtle before loday n a night navigational and air efueling All three pilots were Air Force officials speculated hat two of the jets collided and ulled the third down with Airliner Explodes A Capital Airlines Viscount irliner disintegrated in the air ate Tuesday near 11 31 persons aboard were kill The plane fell In a stormy eather area on flight from ew York to Less lhan an hour an ther Capital a Con plunged over a 200 oot embankment while landing t the Air Two persons were killed six Aeronaulics officials said hey believed it was the first ime that one airline had two atal crashes in one Another NearMiss The crew of an American Air ines plane with 52 persons board reported that an Air orce jet slreaked in front of it t a dislance of 45 lo 50 feel Tuesday at an altitude of eet near The ilane was en route from Hous to San A thundersquall was sweeping See Tigers Meet Bodies Nine On Saturday Corsicana and Nacogdoches will open a bestofthree series or the bldistricl baseball title n Nacogdoches Saturday after it was announced here Wednesday Athletic Director Mark Gil well went to Palestine Wednes day morning to meet with Na cogdoches school officials and worked out The second game of the se ries will be played in Corsi cana Tuesday at 1 If a hird game is it will follow immediately on the heels of Ihe second Culwell Nacgdoches won Ihe 7AAA Lille by beating Kilgore Tues day and has a 177 sea son Corsicana High was 62 for its 8AAA and 105 for the full Navarro Mills Contract Vote Possible June 16 MASSIVE SOLAR BLAST BIGGEST EVER RECORDED May 13 a very clear look at the sun and veteran Air Force observer today described Sun lays massive solar explosion as he largest solar flare ever re corded by The explosion which knocked out televi sion and long distance lines was at least miles long and miles Harry chief observer at the Air Force Sacramento leak observatory said the boil ng hell erupted from the suns surface at 2 MST and asted about three Ramsey said it was the larg est solar flare spotted since the Flare Patrol observatories were established in Sacra mento at feet ele is a master station for the world wide Its altitude enables observers to gel County Creeks Falling Slowly Trinity Rising Floodwalers of Rlchland and Chambers creeks are slowly re ceding as they near the con fluence in southeast Navarro but Trinity river rose more than a foot at Trinidad from Tuesday until Wednesday morning as north Texas floods proceeded Richland back in creek banks other astral The explosion reached maxi num brilliance about half an hour after the flaming finget stabbed out from the suns sur At Ramsey said it was nearly 20 times brighter thai the rest of the suns Sacramento Peaks flare ob servation was made on a hydro genalpha wave length anc came through in the form of Xray and ultraviolent actlvitj which knocked out radio com munications on the sunny side of the Ramsey said short wave radio impulses are bounc ed from the ionosphere but wher the upper atmosphere Is disturb radio waves are loused Magnetic effects of the flare began disrupting communica tions cables on the earths sur face late Monday afternoon anc then caused a northern lights display that Flare patrol stations study th effect of the sun on communica tions and observers try to cor relate sun activity with worl Rumsey Breiihaupt Case To Be Retried n Local Court The Breiihaupt case Involving was about rightofway costs on Interstate Angus apparently wll morning at the Highway be jn Ihe Thirteenth 75 crossing north of but was still hill to hill nt Ihe Jones bridge crossing between Wlnkler and Chambers at Hogan bridge crossing feet above sea level was recorded one of the high marks in recent but was slowly receding The stream was more than 25 feet deep Vital Organs9 Bank Planned May 13 odist plans Hospital said today it to establish banks in which to store vital organs of dead persons for transplanting in live Administrator Ted Bowen said the program would be fashioned after blood We expecl II to include for veins kidneys and other he told the Texas Hospital Assn judicial district court I was Indicated The Supreme Court of Texai announced in according to the Associated that In the case of State A a writ o error no reversible er The suit originally stemme from the acquiring of a numbe nd the TRAs consult ng and William Co Page 3 Jetired Houston tanker Indicted May 13 loyd Corwln who re ired 14 as president of the outh Main Stale Bank here vas Indicted Tuesday on charg s of embezzling and misapply ng A grand jury d tho fourcount Indictment In The Indictment charged Wil ams embezzled and misapplied unds from 12 through Four dates and amounts were pecifled in the indictment July 798 17 and Willard retired after 11 years s president of the bank and 0 years of banking experience n chairman of he board of the First City Na ional affiliated with the south Main State said in cbruary Willard was retiree ue to irregularilies discover d last Chambers was receding at the or of hclonKing t Highway 31 crossing with a foot reading Wednesday Midwest Gets Snow By Press International Icy winds up to 93 miles an hour batlercd the Lake Su perior region Tuesday night and a llghl snowfall powdered sections of the upper The midMay snow across parts of North Minne sola and upper Michigan was borne on northwesterly winds averaging 30 to 50 miles an The gusts subsided during thi night after uprooting trees in the DuluthSuperior un roofing endangering shipping and louching off brush and forest Dusl mounled lo together wit A commission In c o n d e m n a I i o n proceeding awarded Brlelhaupt The through the com missioners appealed thi finding to the dislricl cour where subsequenlly a jury al See Page 3 Two Inductions Slated May 20 Navarro county has two man Induction call which is t be filled on May 11 was an nounccd Wednesday by Bessle secretary of Lo cal Board Slated for induction on lha dale are Jan Larue Walker o and Noah Gen Grcacy of Waco who are rcgis lered with this The countys next cal Ihcre after is for one man on June 2 Growing Death List Brings Prediction Of 100 Toll For Public Warned Plastic Bags Lethal By FRANK SPENCER United Press International Keep away from Danger of suffoca Thats the warning an In dianapolis dry cleaner is plan ning to direct to parenls a warning against letling young slers play with plastic At least three children have suffocated so far Ihis week while playing with plaslic bags in Pennsylvania and National safety council rec ords showed 20 youngsters were killed by the bags in the first three months of this The council warned the rate may and said it fear ed 100 would die by the end of the In the public health service said the suffo cations of 38 children in the past two years may have been caused by plastic Eugene an official of the agencys accident preven tion said the service was not ready to start an allout public warning Medi cal experts still must evaluate the facts and need more evi he At Dis manager of a cleaning establishmenl which uses Iho demanded Tuesday thai all of Ihem be marked wilh a danger He acled aft er a fourth Indianapolis child suffocated while playing with a Dismore said he was inform ed by a New York source that apparently all the manufactur ers of these bags are going to join the movement by pulling danger signi on In Ihe Dismore said his firm would hand stcni cil the bags with the warnings Keep away from Danger of suffoca Wilbur a Chicago dry was informed by Uniled Press International of the mounting death toll and said he would issue orders to dis continue use of these We have between ami worth of them on Gage but Ihe investment certainly is not worth exposing one child to the danger in Many of the deaths have been caused by ihe large dry cleaning buKs which mothers sometimes use for makeshift mattress the small hags which enclose scores of everyday products can be and are just as dead ly when used by children a One of the first persons alerl the nalion lo Ihe dangc was Paul Alarmed by fou plaslic bag deaths in Phocni Jarrett wrole in Ihe Journ of Ihe American Medical Ass elation that more and more d cleaners have been switchin from paper hags to plasU since last He said when the children p the bags over their heads i across their friclio can cause an electrostat charge which plasters the f brlc to their Jarrett said Ihe viclims d agonizing lurnlng blu reaching and struggling franti ally before finally The sociely of the Plastics I See Pagelz Mayor Reading an ounced Wednesday lhal as a isult of a conference Tuesday slative lo Ihe proposed acl belwecn the city and rinity River Authority the ale of June 16 is being con dered as Ihe target date for special election at which Cor cana voters will be given the pportunily to authorize execu on of the contract to make ossible the Navarro Mills res rvoir as the municipalitys uture long range yiurce of aler Contract Studied At Tuesday afternoons con crcnce with the City Corn Jim Cotton of Forrest NO INCOME TAX BOOST ASKED NOW Eisenhower Is Unhappy About Nominees Fate By MERRIMAN SJIITH May 13 President Eisenhower said today that he wants not only a balanced budget from but enough federal revenue to start reducing the staggering public In discussing federal revenues at his news conference he did not ask for any new income tax Sends Message He also told reporters he was sending an immediate request to the House and Senate for speedier action on badly need ed legislation to increase the federal lending authority for raising the asollne tax for highway con struction and legislation to cope with the mounting wheat sur The President said that un ess Congress speeded it up its action in these three vital the country would Cites Debt Total In talking about the Eisenhower called on not only but labor and busi ness management for reasonable action to combat In hold down government Sec Page 12 Gasoline Action June Demand For Oil Down May 13 P Ma or oil companies indicated to lay they will buy barrels i day less In June than they vanted this Nominations to the Railroad Commission showed companies vanl to purchase arrels of crude daily in The the states oil will set the line daily allowable May May 13 UPI President Elsenhower demanded today that Congress deal with critical problems Involving federal hous ing and farm In an extraordinary message to the president chld ed the lawmakers for falling to act on his recommendations of last January to deal with all three Ho referred specifically to his proposals for raising the federal gusolino tax liy a cent and a half a to enlarge government authority to guar antee mortgages on and to deal with the growing surplus of Since these recommendations were Elsenhower time has grown steadily short er and the problems occasion ed by the lack of action In tha Congress increasingly Democratic loaders already have all but doomed the gaso line tax They hope to complete congressional within the next three or four weeks on a controversial catch all housing bill that would in clude FHA mortage See provisions to keep tho program 3 Twining Is Latest Pentagon Casualty By ELTON FAY May 13 illness and resignation are creating problems in the top civilian and military levels of the Defense Latest in this series is the announcement that Nathan 61yearold chair man of the Joint Chiefs of Staff has undergone major The Pentagon said the upper lobe of Twlnings left lung was removed during the operation Tuesday at Walter Reed Army and doctors began an alysis of a of The purpose of such analysis usually is to determine whethei y growth in the lissue U benign or The an nouncement said Twinings con dition after the operation was very At any the chairman of the strategymailing organize lion obviously will be absen from his for several weeks Word of Twinings came as 1 Quurles deputy secrelarj of was being burled at Arlingtoi National elsewhere in the Pentagon official family also confront the administration vltli filling at least two sub secrelary The situations arose at a par ticularly unfortunaln May once mentioned grim ly by the Soviet Union as the time when the Western Allies should be out of is ap The Kremlin sub sequently said it didnt mean to fix any actual deadline but Pentagon military leaders con tinue to watch with Filling the vacancy created by Quarles death is the fore most Various names mentioned In speculation in clude Secretary Wilfred the Pentagons comp troller who has been a defense official since the outset of serv ice unification Perkins Mc assistant secretary for logistics and Thomas Gates present navy Gates has submitted his res ignation UK secretary of the Nav ive next but Dome thought he might agree to remain In Washington if offered the high defense An opening exists In the Air See Page 3
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