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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - May 19, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WTATHEB LOCAL cloudy and warm through Wednesday with widely scat tered afternoon and evening thundershow Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 76 81 85 87 89 90 91 Complete Weather Report on Market HJHerneoMhe Daily SunandSerniWeekly Morninaiit LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW May er sugars govern ments trade de CHICAGO moderate Lower with to strong top steers weak to strong top AP TELEMATS 296 MAY 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENT3 EIEVATED TRAINS use extension ladders anda device called a snork to rescue passengers after two elevat ed trains jammed with workbound riders collid ed during the morning rush hour on Chicagos northwest 125 persons were taken to hospitals and many others were treated on the AP Wirephoto Man Dies In Flash Flood Gromyko Talks Tough At Geneva Texas Spending Bill Debated By United Press International A flash flood sent six feet of thundering into Jos Monday killing one man and forcing hundreds of persons to rooftops for safe The floodwaters subsided rap uncovering the body of William McKinley Thomas wife was reported miss but she was later Thomas body was found near his Authorities believed Thomas and his wife were wash ed from the auto by the wall of The raging waters from Black Snake Creek and backed up storm sewers came with such suddenness that residents had no time to Instead they climbed to the roofs of their homes to await rescuers In boats Thef loods came in the wake of an unofficial one of a number of violent storms in Illi nois and Missouri during the At least three tornadoes were striking at and in farm areas near Denton and No injuries or deaths were re ported in the At several buildings on the southeast edge of the community of persons were damaged and a bulldozer was hurled more than 40 feet by the One farm home was destroy ed and other farm buildings damaged by the twister near about 50 hilcs norlh See Page 2 Harriman Asks Red China Visa May 19 UP Former New York W Averell Harriman has applied for permission to enter Com munist China as a newspape Harriman now is touring thi Soviet Union as a private citi He would represent th North American Newspape Alliance In Red The State Department said i has taken the request under Hoffa National W talk about a secondary James president of we can call a primary Teamsters today all across the nation ened a nationwide strike as will straighten out the em answer to proposed for once and for Hoffa was greeted by a tre speaker at a round of applause fol tion of the South Atlantic the Gulf Coast District of attackd the Con Union and the which said there is a movement expelled his huge an antitrust law against said the press asked load He said such a law would quire the Longshoremen ask me if we are going take in part of the take over the Hoffa he Teamsters to take in If you say that makes of the and Page 2 Steelworkers to take in some of the Auto Such a situation would create conflict of wages and Contract ng he The only answer is that if such a law we Resumed mve all our contracts end on a iven Recess Local May UPDDavid president o the United Steelworkers Union Labor today that a statement b the AFLCIO Eexecutive Coun cil strengthened and supported Seeks position of his union in tht current steel McDonald spoke lo reporter Organization of entering a bargaining Central Labor Council has with the steel industry perfected and an application talks resumed after a three a charter has been it indicated Tuesday in a Conrad chie ment by Annie Mae for the de president of the local 125 to comment on either th Hatters who is temporary statement Monday o dent of the new union advertisement In today Several locals of which accused th labor in the Corsicana area of calling for a wag last Gaines said in the face of fantasti a to make for a charter for a the union McDonal Central Labor the industrys argumen Sarge assistant wages are pricing rector of Region Fort companies out of worl of the was a r to assist in the making of had reported o formal negotiations Monday t DELAY METRIC SYSTEM MEXICO Na tional Chamber of Commerce said today it has obtained a thirtyday delay on an order to use the metric system of weights and measures in label ing all pro vided for by has not beer striclly The Federal Bureau of Measures announced recenlly those failing to use the metric system will be Temporary officers in lo President Gaines are Steelworkers of Am erica Local financial sec Barbers and Local Melma as recording It is expected upon approval of application and Consitiution that a meeting will be held in June for the installation of the Then a full roster of permanent officers will be elect Gaines to AFLCIO leaders meeting in The AFLCIO Council prompt ly denounced the industrys wage freeze proposal and urged Ihe workers in basic sleel to fight for their contract Industry officials replied that inflation is a very real dan ger to the nation and blamed rising wages for the inflationary spiral which has cut the pur See Page 9 HOUSE GETS QUICK START ON BUSINESS Senators Find Quorum Recess Quickly May 19 W The House began debate today on its 2 12 billion dollar general spending It voted 11318 to bring the bill William Heatly of Pa chairman of the Appro priations told mem bers it is identical with the measure approved in the gener session that ended last Speed Urged That session adjourned with ut passing either an appropria ons or a tax Price Daniel urged legislative speed n finances to get the job done ithin the 30day limit of the pecial Two measures to subtract lore than 41 million dollars rom the 66 million dollar gen ral fund deficit were set up for Tearing before the House Rev nue and Taxation Committee at The Senate had trouble lo ating a It met for 30 approved a resolution iroviding for special session ex enses and recessed until In Economy Mood House in economy voted to save the slat some They decided one secretary each was rath er than a secretary and a half during the special Thi saved A special see sions costs usually run upwan from Fast action on money bill followed Daniels warning o he special sessions first day He said each 24 hours of delay cost taxpayers Daniels openingday speech hitting hard at some lobbyist that all revenue bill get emergency Thi See Page 2 Woman Feared Lost In River Located Safe May 19 UPI A 64yearold California woma whose boat capsized in Colora do river rapids was rescued tc day after 48 hours exposure 1 rugged southern Utah countr Lillian Lon was taken to a hosp tal where her condition listed as Searchers reported her hu band also was found alive reacherous Cataract Canyo Rich said sh lad not seen her husban Frank since swept past her in the rapi clinging to the back of tl capsized boat Sunday mornin Both and Rich we rearing life preservers whe boat Adelbert Rich and h Cedar son an daughterinlaw of the old also survived the ace dent and were rescued Monda Housing Funds Battle Joined Congress Gets Nuclear Pacts Congress Differ Sharply On Highway Work Faces Dilemma By DICK WEST May 19 new federal inler state highway only about 12 per cent has run into financial trouble that could delay its completion by several Unless something Is done new funds needed to keep the program going at full speed in the next few years will be cut off this Neither the administration nor Congress wants this to Bui el the moment they are several lanes apart on how to prevent President Eisenhower propos ed last January that Congress raise the federal gasoline tax now three cents by a cent and a half a gallon to bring the highway trust fund up to the required Congress reacted in old car with a weak battery on a cold Last the Presi dent tried to prod the lawmak ers inlo action on the proposal by sending them a special mes sage calling attention to the approaching But a spot check of some key congressmen indicated the appeal was Since the President showed no signs of offering any alter native proposal it apparently will be up to Congress to find a way out of the Several suggestions have been put such as diverting some federal excise taxes Into the highway fund or suspending the provision thai requires Ihe program to operate on a payas yougo The President opposes both He contends they would drain money from tha general treasury and probably wreck any balanced As far as could be congressional leaders slill have not determined what course they will The best guess is thai Congress will vote to suspend the payasyougo re quirement and risk a presiden tial The highway problem is as complex as a traffic inter change on the Hollywood Free Bui it stems basically from rising construclion When the program was set up in the federal govern ment agreed lo foot 90 per cent of the cost of the na tionwile network of superhigh It was scheduled for com pletion in The federal share then was estimaled al and parls for alomic May 19 UPI President Eisenhower nt to Congress today agree ents reached with Great Brit n and France to provide d lo speed up development of iclear The signed here i May would become cffec ve automatically in 60 days nless Congress Under one the United lales agreed lo sell France 440 ilograms of enriched uranium U235 for use in a nuclear owered submarine of French The agreement also pro ided for transfer of certain onnuclear The other pact provided that ritain will receive addilional nformalion and weapons parts o build up training and opera onal It also provides or an at current narket of enriched ranium for British Eisenhower said in brief mes ages accompanying each agree nent that they represent exten ive discussion of how Ihe Unit d Stales could benefit its two ajor allies and best contribute See Page 2 Vavarro County Exceeds Cancer Crusade Quota Navarro county has again one over its quola in Ihe Can cer Crusade in a big way a Is residenls have demonslralet anew their awareness of the mportance of the fight agains President Paul Smith an nounced Tuesday the final re sults of the April inilialed drive which produced lolal gifts of or 144 per cent of the countys quola of The president of the Navarro County Jnit of the American Cancer Society praised Joe Bob county Crusade chair and all the county town chairmen and individual work ers throughout the county who were so faithful in carrying out their tasks in giving each itizen the opporlunily to join Lhe fight against Presidenl joined by Crusade Chairman Tekell and Dislrict 12 Director Ed Rittersbvicher expressed their appreciation to all cilizcns whose response lo Ihe appeal made it possible for Navnrro county to achieve Ihe resulls 11 did in the This breakdown was offered PHYSICAL TESTS GOOD DELINQUENCY CURBS By WARREN 19 Judge Jack Pritchard is taking a new tack vilh juvenile He re quires most of them to submit o mental and physical exami nation ot State Hospital This has given certain pause o the set whose byword There isnt any doubt its changed a lot of said Darrell Estes chief of police n this southwest Missouri city and juvenile officer for Mis souris 26th Judicial Estes said he thinks Judge Pritchards strategy will be as much a preventive as a jnile code turned up the section which authorizes a judge to or der mental examinations for wayward Were fortunate to have the slate hospital right here in Ne Judge Pritchard I checked with Paul Barone the director and his They said they would be glad to Judge Pritchard barely had taken his oath when a flurry of juvenile misdeeds in his southwest Missouri district gave him opportunity to put his new approach into It is loo early for sweeping conclusions about how it who will be 41 next is one of Missouris youngest circuit He started delving into the Juve nile problems even before he took the bench last His study of the stale Juve Tuesday that the public might know how each segment of the Crusade did during the cam paign Advance Corsicana housetohouse can Nurses corn East Side Club Mc mittee Ladies morials Blooming Grove Frank See Page 2 Truman Rallying Well From Surgery KANSAS May 19 Pathologist of Re search Hospital announced today hat the tumor remov ed Monday from the left breast of Harry Tru man wns KANSAS May 19 Harry today from effects of surgery for removal of a breast A Research Hospital upokes iian reported her condition was very The twohour and 45minute operation was per formed Monday Former President showing the strain of a long seemed in good spirits when he wenl home from the hospital Monday She seemed to be a litlle groggy from the effects of the medication during the Truman The doctors have assured us that everything is going well after the Second Daniel Child Also Son NEW May 19 UP Clifton daughter of former President and Har ry gave birth lo her second son The baby was delivered by Caesarcan section at in Doctors He weigh ed 7 pounds 3 No name has yet been The Daniels other Clif But Judge Pritchard and Chief Estes are encouraged by whal it is doing for four Psychiatrists State Hospital Gerald Prideaux and Ben Swick among and Jerry a psy chiatric social there was a good chance to re deem the four Judge Prilchard put them on proba tion in their own homes or in foster They are 14 and 15 years old Soe Doctors Admit Dulles Growing Weaker Steadily May 19 Former Secretary of Stale Job Fosler Dulles was reporled lo day conlinuing lo grow weake nhia fight against cancer am The Slate Department said h was being given and was generally pain killer comfortabl The medical bulletin was th third in two weeks lo report weakening of Dulles condition Dulles was reported to b conscious but sleeping much o the time because of the pain killing drugs which are bein Lincoln Stale Depar ment press denied al news conference reporls tha See Page 2 ton Truman will years old on June he 2 Strauss Squeaks By Panel County Road Bids Tabulated Two Navarro county roa contracts were Included in th Highway Department tabulalions accordln to The Associated Press in a di patch from The tabuli lions lotaled One of the projects is for 9 miles grading slruclures an paving from 14 miles southca of Corsicana lo Chambers crpc and from Corsicana Ihroug Powell Fred Hall and So Valley The other project is the Farrr Market Road for 3 an May 19 administration to ay abandoned a House fight r its housing rogram in favor of a X compromise proposed by epublicans and Southern Dem The move was parl of a stra gy drive to pick up enough ites lo scultle the of Democratic lead Federal Housing Admlnistra ir Norman Mason an ounccd the adminislralion de sion shortly before the House as scheduled lo open debate n the controversial Democratic Mason told a news conference mt he did not agree with tho ompromise in every detail ut that we have to be realist The compro sponsored by 3 was to Sec Page 2 Affidavits On Are Withdrawn Controversy kicked up In tho imhouseCorsicana school con olldation election took a nev urn Tuesday when two rosi cnts of the Emhouse school dis riot withdrew affidavits thej md presented County Attorney WARNS WEST TO ACCEPT SOVIET PLAN Reds Reminded Ike May Boycott Summit Session By JOSEPH GRIGG May 19 UPI he United States was disclosed day to have warned that Pres ent Elsenhower would refuse go to Summit talks If the ussians set a new deadline for usttng the Western Allies from feat American sources revealed the warning as the western reign ministers rejected out ght for the second straight day Kremlins Moscowstyle cace package plan that ould perpetuate the division struck lack today by warning the West that there may be a threat to pence unless It ac cepts Soviet demands for split ling Germany and preserving Red rule In tile In the toughest talk yet heard the Geneva conference ta la Gromyko stood aggressively y the Soviet plan for French Foreign Minister Maurice Couve Do ill a Big Four Conference ses sion lusdnir moro than three warned that the Soviet plan would only result throwine the German people j into Speaking for the Western Inimy to William Mahbney nnd Robert Cclqult their affidavits whlcl lleged voting irregularities in he Emhouse voting box ant vhich requested that the ballot e Morris said Monday he wa trepared to submit to Dlstrlc udge James Sewell n peti ion of But aftc he withdrawal of tho affidavil e said Tuesday lhat Ihe malte s closed as far as his office 1 concerned that If simila reccdures are not taken or i la not Proposed consolidation faile when it was voted down in th imhouse although passed at the Corsicana 5 Sec Page 2 Commissioners Meet Thursday A special meeting of the con mlssloners court has been cal ed for 1 Coui Judge Kenneth Douglas ri ported Primary purpose of the mee ing will be to consider adve islng for bids for the eonslra tlon and Installation of a ne elevator In the Judge Douglas received plai and specifications lale Monda from an Don Sa mond of In all probabilily rclurns fro Ihe CorsicanaEmhouse scho consolidation eleclion held la Salurday will he canvassed Ihe Judge Douglas r HIKE RAIL PENSIONS May 19 UPI President Elsenhow today signed legislation liberal izing pensions under the Rall May 19 UPI President Elsenhowers controversial nomination of Lewis Strauss as Secretary of Commerce squeaked through the Senate Commerce Committee to day by a onevote The vote was 9 to with three committee Democrats joining its six Republicans to outvote Strauss opponents all Demo who had clashed re peatedly with most Democratic members during 16 days of hearings on the hotlydisputed issued a onesen tence comment I am grateful for the vote of the He was headed for more trou ble when the nomination reach es the possibly later this Neither side would fore cast the Clinton Anderson D leading the fight against said the close vote means his confirmation is now most When the hearings started there were predictions the com mittee would favor Strauss The the trust tacd wj margm indicates how Set Pans S Cacts developed in the hearings reduced his Now the scene shifts to the Senate I believe that op position will continue to grow during debate as it did during the hearings and that his con firmation Is now most While some members expect ed a long floor fight on the ap Chairman Warren Magnuson of the Commerce who op posed said he did not expect it to last too He said the lengthy committee hear ings did a lot to sift the evi dence and clear up Magnuson told newsmen he has not discussed the schedul ing of floor debate on the nomination with Senate Demo cratic Leader Lyndon John son of Mngnuson that it is a case of the sooner the as far as Im The three Democrats who voted for the nomination were John Pastore Strom Thurmond and Frank Lausche the six Republicans voting to ap prove were John Marshall Butler Norris Cotton Clifford Case Thurston Morton Hugh paving from end of spur 30 at road Retirement Act and In creasing unemployment insur Scott and Andrew Schoeppel Democrats recorded against were Magnuson and Mike Monroney George Smathers Ralph Yar borough Clair Engle Barllett Vance Hartke and Gale McGce Magnuson said reports by sup porters and opponents will be Filed with the Senate Fie said Pastore would file a separate report favoring the ap rather than join the Republicans and other two Democrats who voted in a statement issued immediately after the committee disclaimed personal bitterness or He said lie could not support the nomina tion in good During these Strauss failed to inspire in me confidence in his forthrightness in dealing with the McGee Getting direct an swers from him to questions was like pulling and halftruths or less characterized many of his replies to committee See 2 Frost south to road Southwestern Contracting ance benefits lor railroad work he called on to fsanltf adon that would tret aorne IT East Germani from Even If because of the ral world Couve DV Murvllle German re nification Is not yet possibla see no tcason to take part See Pago 2 Appears Ruled Out For Summit Meet May 19 UPI by France and West Germany appeared today to have ruled out the United States ns the location of tho proposed EastWest summit West German delegation members joined French Presi dent Charles Do Gaulle in ex pressing opposition to holding he conference in San Francisco or New De Gaulle had made it plain he would refuse to attend a big four conference outside of He communlcaled a specific refusal to go to San Francisco yesterday to Secre tary of Stale Chrlslian The delegation was re porled to favor an American site depending on the timing of the Such a location would eliminate many constilu lional problems conneclcd with Prcldent Elsenhowers absence from the Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev has been reported eager to visit the United The British do not seem to have any firm objections against an American selling for tha summit as long as top level talks are They even have mentioned holding talks aboard See Page 2 Quarles Death Alters Earlier McElroy To Retain Place May 19 UPI Secretary of Defense Neil McElroy announced at Lhe White House today thai he had cancelled plans lo resign and would remain in the cabinet McElroy made his decision known after he conferred with President Eisenhower and Thomas Gales who was selected by the chief executive Monday to be the new dcpuly secrelary of The who leaves Washington for the foreign ministers meeting in Geneva lale said he decided t change his plans to resign when Deputy Secretary Donald Quarles died As McElroy and Gates walk ed out of the White Ihe defense chief said I am sus pending my plans for departure and now I reallv dont know Ill be leaving if at meeting there was McElroy said that beforelreally no choice for me after leaving for Geneva he wanted Quarles to clean up accumulated plans with Gates and Admiral Arthur Radford was called back to duly Monday while Nathan chairman of the joint chiefs of slaff Is recuperaling from u lung cancer McElroy said that his de cision to remain in office was not altered by the appointment of but dictaled by the death of former president of Procter and hud planned to return to private life this He said he still had some personal problems to he added that because of the international siluation and the problems of this summer a reference to East West tensions and a possible Informed sources said that McElroy expected to stay on Ihe job at least until tha 1961 defense budget has been The president and McElroy prevailed upon Gates to aban don his plans to return to the investment banking The Navy secretarys resigna tion was announced last Jan uary 30 and William Franks was nominated to succeed Democrats and Republicans alike applauded the Gates pro motion and his decision to stay in Senate GOP leader Everett Dirksen said Gates was an able fellow who will do a good Chairman Richard Russell See Page 2   

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