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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - May 22, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                r THE WEA1 LOCAL Considerable cloud iness with scattered showers and a few thunderstorms through Saturday no im portant temperature Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 f 11 f 12 I 2 74 j 76 78 79 j 80 82 1 70 Complete Weather Report on Market Daily SunandSemiWeeHy Morning Lifcht MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW May er changes govern ments trade buy CHICAGO broad sell mixed late Date Lower to 50 cents low er top steer sup ply too meager for market LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS 299 MAY 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS fewsss fi PEACE NOT SECURE WITH REICH SPLIT West Is Hopeful Gromyko To Open Plans In Secret CEDAR May May 22 UPI 22 A farmerowned and The West completed its case for operated bank and lending sys the Allied peace package plan tern was proposed by Agricul at the Big Four conference ture Secretary Ezra Taft Ben table today and challenged the son to take Over power and Russians to reply with conL u structive new proposals in postelephone system financing sible secret talks next prom government Secretary of State Addressing the farmer busi I Benson Urges FarmerOwned Bank May 22 UPI The cost of living jumped two one per cent in April the record peak set and again n Novem government reported tenths of to equal last July the Christian Herter and his House Panel Now Rewriting Revenue Bill May 22 Western partners wound up ber Oj nessman dinner of the ChamHouse Revenue and Taxation r r h 7 f of Commerce agricultural todav re their Bide of the conference bureftu and the Linn County S T i7i opening stage with a flat and Parm BureaUi Benson said writing Price Daniel a 161 final reaction nf thfl million dollar package tax pro MIDDLETON HEADS NEW CITY PLANNING BOARD Corsicanas newlyappointed I drew three year terms and city planning board organized Peckham and Johnson drewlits consumer price index rose In Despite the rise in consumer the buying power of the average factory worker also climbed to a new record last His take home pay was at an alltime The labor department said TORNADO IS CONFIRMED AT LUBBOCK Thunderstorms Indicated From EastMoving Front A heavy shower fell over much of Corsicana about 1 Friday followingcloudy weather throughout the morn By The Associated Press The Weather Bureau warned April to per cent of the possibility of a tornado with base This comduring Friday afternoon In a afternoon prior to a commission and with per cent inlterge area of West and North by electing officers and drawing I two years of lor terms of office Thursday Meeting informally with city officials and the conboard were Homer A Hunter March and in Central i suiting engineers who are drawand Rober Hollin who were en The department attributed the Earlier the bureau confirmed up the citys master iU the states permanently Warning Blunt In a onehour and 14mlnute the shortest of the two week old Foreign Ministers Herter warned bluntly that there could not even be a reasonable degree of peace and Committee members said the revised version will include Dan proposals for the most Major changes not so much counter plan for a peace treatyU and telephone systerns now posal to pay that would keep and for users to form their own financing As conceived by the rural bank would be set up much like the existing Farm Credit FCA farmer security in Europe while dolJaia in new many remained Divided by the city several rise primarily to higher prices that a tornado had been alght Middleton was elected months ago to begin the draftfor medical ed near 22 miles tax on natural more on George In a drawing a trading stamp tax and other selective sales may add more than 50 mil chairman Elliott waaluig of a comprehensive plan for recreation and personal southeast of elected as vice chairman futurt orderly Other factors were higher Does No Harm state and local taxes on tobac The consulting engineers gasoline plained for the edification of sales the planning board the various costs declined for the three officers phases and scope of a comprejlargely because of sharp drops was d The other members are Herb Johnson and The twister touched ground apparently did no harm In the grassland country where it The governor applauded the NAVYS FIRST MISSILE SUBMARINE French Foreign u Maurice Couve Se secretary of anew the Western T Electrification Administration f KOHC CHS Seniors Enjoy Annual t immediate elections to re ewarm over the hull of the Navys first ballistic missile firing Borlin as the first step the George as work is pushed at the toward unitl of GermanVif REA which provides remaining 25 General Dynamic yard in The nuclear Wnv5WM operating and expansion e A A M A increased work will be complet ered scheduled for launching June will be capable of launching a mile Polaris ballistic missile from under the AP Wivephoto r Open Elevator Bids June 8 lection County Judge Kenneth Doug las set the EmhouseBlooming Grove school consolidation elec tion for June and the commissioners court paved the way for advertisement of bids for an elevator for the courthouse at a special meet ing Judge Douglas called the consolidation election after the court had tabulated and certified the following re sults of the CorsicanaEmhouse consolidation election last Sat urday 51 for consoli eight against 75 for 79 Disqualifications Election materials revealed a sealed envelope that contained two ballots that were disquali fied by an election Judge Douglas said he had been in formed by the election judge at the Emhouse that there was some question as to the eligibility of the two persons to vote in the Emhouse Thus the two ballots were not counted in the final 4 but had they been they would J of the They were the only ballots Judge Douglas was submitted petitions from both districts See Page 2 FinaZ Exams At College Ended Navarro Junior College In structors gave their final exams Friday with the conclusion of the 1 twohour The first was given Monday at 9 On the immediate agenda for the college personnel is the final faculty meeting Monday at 8 At 2 graduating students will be presented their There will be a rehearsal in the college auditorium at 3 Monday in preparing for the commencement at 8 Commencement speaker will be Ralph president of Stephen Austin There are 46 candidates foi graduation 42 for the regular diploma and four for the two V A have not changed the outcome year business Soviet Foreign Minister rl rei Gromyko came back with to rural systems at a con a new maneuver aimed at per See Page 2 pctuating this He offered to soften the Communist Ger r man treaty plan by West Germany to keep Its econ omic ties with the West after a peace Background Moves There were background mov that indicated Page 12 Separate Peace For East Reich Soviet Threat Corsicana high schools ap proximately 145 graduating sen iors are joining ranks the Aiken Opposes Giving Banks Farms Control The 5 day financial battle Scoreboard Each house passed Its sion ol the of lne daylong committees Monday I CQme when junlopB to narrow the 20 million dollar B aenlora ftt cit k gap between the higher House fltftrtl bill the Senate hensive master plan and listed the preliminary work which they have carried out to this point in the assignment from city to deal first with traffic and Hunter and Hollin explained See Page 7 Richland Creek Watershed Plan See Page 12 Ike Worried About Unsound i Home Economy The afternoon warning came in a severe weather the second of the day for The area under alert waa along and 60 miles either side of a 150mile line from Big Spring to 60 milea south of Min eral Towns end cities in the area include Hamlin and Text of Alert The alert read Thunderstorm activity now Gels Approval May Eisenhower said today that without ft sound eco nomy at the United States occurring in northern portions soon tions 47 million dollars over present Representatives approved Thenj aen events after th the students are expected disperse for annual postpicnic two measures Daniel says will off the 68 when lion dollar Sent to the bills May 22 UPI George Aiken accused Secretary Ezra Benson today of attempting to put American Senate farmers still more under the corporation franchise thumb of giant banking year and allow corporate senior Republican on the Senate Agriculture Commit said he would do all he In this time of armed Intcrna Interested agencies and tional uneasiness an unstable joop our 6c Eisenhower sounded a new call for prudence In federal Pago y Frl i Kennedy Says Hoffa Threats I CHI i lur pruuuiice m icutnai JMH BM The field level review was in a h pr0pared K0 FlltllO 5ld in the civic room of First for ceromonjca dedicatinir a DC S UIIIC t any mct in Corsicana Thursday to home front economy cou butLjve approval to the work planMj150 our prosperity ted to f0r the Richland Creek freedom he in thc civic lloom for ceromonJea defeating a National Bank and the Navarronew aucUtorium at historic See Page 11 May 22 UPI L1 Premier Nikita Khrushchev fould tot blocuk Proposal warned West German Ambaa e a rfiPlace sador Hans Kroll that m financing rural Russia will sign a separate Powei treaty with Communist Ger many if the Big Four Foreign Ministers conference it State Deficit Lower May 22 Benson made the proposal treasurer said today the a speech at Cedar states deficit has been trim and telephone BUFFALO president of the Team Ion is mistaken if ha the threat of a nation wide strike will block i f ian opportunity to voice their composer of The Star Spangke dcesnf ItA At seniors furnish lnions on the watershed proLd JBanncr and who was nt ke cd the program in an allachool graduate of which Is one of the plans for the con Eisenhower flew here ouotad annual features of class day LtrucUon of detenWashington by helicopter for Kike ihould Clad in cap and damg in the Richland the taking off Btrike if should uates will hear the baccalaureate creek watershed were given apthe White Houao Ground sermon at the high school audiproval Dams arc to be built landed on the a a Kennedy y Tne union president has See Page 11 Thclaii4 jJtinia art LU uu iiiinvi laiitiiiu un LIIU ti few torium Sunday at 8 and by tho Soll conservation next May will re Twentyone representatives of was learned The United Britain and Snate sPeech said lhe Benson as France will IOSP their Hfiht PIan was an attempt to do away flow of revenue from thc remain Rural Electrification chise tax payments cow concludes a treaty withTuie Adminirtraticm l I I 1 rt ft I1 m T East German he told Kroll natprt r VKRQ 10 aiicnu or sch001 starting at ns b II oil41 S John Wesley c M Worth Hires Kroll Jesse James said the Senate Democratic Leaderjis compared to Lyndon Johnson of as of May State Comptroller Robert Cal ficit by o II HMioit Pastor of the First Methodist board chairman of thc Navarro1 lit 3 will deliver the SCD conducted the 1 jnff and three SCS rcpresonta FORT May 22 Vmii ooUeH posal sounded like one which will be 66 million dollars by Litile Progress In Sieel talks He fnnchisG tax in his offical James said general revenue warrants have been paid up to Thats my secret the Soviet Could more properly have come the end of the fiscal premier replied with a 1 See Page 7 The exchange came in an in formal conversation at a recep tion in the Afghanistan Embassy for Afghan Premier Mahommed on an official visit to the Soviet Khrushchev and East German spokesmen have made similar warnings But it was the first to be voiced by L L L 1A1 L since the opening of the today with both sides posited from franchise See Page 12 Brings Twice Doily Shaving Logan ThlgThe City Council hired pin and Julius retiring city on the In addition to Navarro McLennan EllisPrairie succeeding and LimestoneFalls SCD were take office June pasa labor He the which was atlrlbuted to him in a speech at last in a speech here Thursday said Hoffaa threatened strike was a general strike such ns those which hava paralyzed less stable nations with less powerful governments In the Hoffa was reported to have said that a nationwide halt I f ft V11LVW would orderod lf Congress worths city manager today ed antitrust rairle succeeding Frank He will U May 22 also along with the He will pet a A woman tearfully told a Navarro and Hill county comhighest salary of any city man Feb 2g Since the last call warJToronto court today that she missioners the Navarro ager in Texas and more rants of have beenlsometimes has to shave twice Freestone ASC N Davis was issued while receipts credited to the gneral revenue fund total varro county extension office Cookingham has been city Agricultural manager at Kansas City 19 NEW May Steel wage striv to find some basis of ranted May 22 UPI A dramatic middleof thenight appeal by his sleepless father early today won a two week stay of execution for mass elayer Charles The delay was announced just 90 minutes before Starkweath er was to have died in the Nebraska State Prison electric chair for one of 11 murders he committed 16 months ago during the Midwests bloodiest slaying told by the prison chaplain that he had at least two more weeks to reacted by saying Im more nervous now than I was all District Judge Richard Robinson of Omaha granted the stay at the request of Guy the 20yearold condemned murderers The judge said it appeared Starkweather is and has been without the services of an at torney so there was a possib ility he was being held in viola tion of his constitutional Starkweather and his family had dismissed their courtap pointed lawyers after the youth was convicted and sentenced to lawyers did not represent their son properly in trying to win his freedom on the grounds he was insane at the time of the Robinsons effective un til June was granted to al low Starkweather time for an appeal to the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals against the earlier this of an application for a writ of habeas The the Robert said that when Stark weather got word of the stay he broke out in a big smile and shook my Starkweather was all set to the Klein told news We had discussed every thing and he was showing no emotion He clung to a slim thread of hope until the very last and reaffirmed fn our conversations the thought that as long as there is life there is The chaplain added that One of the first things he said after he got the word was This is sure going to make my mother Guy admitting he was very tired because I United Press International that he called Robinson after talk ing with other jurists and be ing told to consult with the senior federal district I wanted to stay the execu tion so we could prepare an the elder Starkweather Charles did not have adequate counsel in his attempt to get the In he didnt have any counsel at and it seemed JJke we could get Evelyn was suingNavarro County la beauty parlor which gave her Corps of 6f his revenue Fort State Board of He resigned April Davis re came from collections deshe Water Engineers and the Corsisigned as city manager here Pointing at her twoday cana Chamber of Of April 24 after a majority of the standing firm I growth of Miss Foreman the local only Ellis council members expressed The negotiators for the steel TYLER AlHMAN KILLED said she was led to believe was not industry and the United Steel ASHIYA Japan worth of treatment would Workers Union wound up their Airman David her facial second week of joint bargaining was amonp seven air She said that before the treat talks without a sign of men killed Wednesday when a ment she didnt have to shave They recessed until 10 EDT transport plane hit their barbut now I have to shave twice Monday and spokesmen for the Force said toa day sides would say only that they The pilot also died when The beauty parlor claimed are continuing exploratory disthe C130 crashed after an enthat the customer didnt use the I have never favored placing v i unions under antitrust Kennedy His labor already with Senate contains no such John McCtellan has an nounced he will introduce a bill proposing to do just Such a law would fall to cor See Pngo 2 Senate Votes Supports Limt gine treatment long The family contended tht been up all told Guy unshaven and without sleep for 24 spoke with a choked He said his wife also had been up most of the The call reached Robinson at his Omaha home about 2 the judge told Starkweather to send him a confirming tele gram Robinson then went to his office on the third floor of the old post office building in down town at 4 he received a telephoned copy of Starkweathers The stay was issued at Telephone calls wcre made immediately to Nebraska Ralph Brooks and acting Ward Sec Page 12 Aid Loss Might Shorten Dallas School y car May 22 UPI Negro pressure for an immediate showdown on Texas integration ran into a road block At the same Dallas school officials warned they may have to close public schools if the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People NAACP is granted an order for immediate integration of Dallas and Houston class The in separate peti tions filed at same time Wednesday in Federal Court at Dallas and asked for a hearing Monday on why the two Texas cities have not complied with court desegregation orders that were months ago handed down 18 in Dallas and two years ago at The petitions ask for Immedi ate The two signed by NAACP chief legal counsel Thurgood Marshall and six oth er negro asked for a hearing on Federal Judge Ben Connally in Houston But District Judge Whitfield Davidson of who U holding court in Fort Worth for the next two said he saw no need to He pointed out school is just about out fcr the summer and be has a crowded Judge Davidson said he would try to meet with negro and Dal las school board attorneys on Saturday to discuss a date for a At the there is a con flict of federal and state A 1957 Texas statute withdraws state aid from districts which integrate without approval of voters at local option It also provides for stiff fines and penalties for school district and loss of accredia tion for the A test case on the Texas law Is set In State Court Sept Edwin Dallas Board said if May 22 UPI The Senate today voted a ceiling on total price supports to individual farms beginning with 1960 The roll call vote was 57 to Sponsor of the ceiling waa John Williams who said his plan would ban price support loans or pur chases of more than year for any single farm opera tion on all of its supported The limitation was adopted as an amendment to a bill aimecJ at cutting thc nations huge wheat Chairman Allen the Federal Court should order EMender of the Son immediate it would ale Agriculture Committee pro cost the district some miltested that the Senate should He said they would have to Lot act on other crops in the close school for at least six wheat immediately increase Williams said his amendment would end price support loana Our operating budget is in Of and more to the vicinity of 34 million type farming opera Rippy Take tions such as the Britishowned million dollars off that and It would bo a matter of increasing Delta Pine Land of Scott Ho suid tho federal farm taxes immediately to take care pr0ffram was jUHtified in the of the deficit or to shorten the name of familytype school year by as much as nas been giving most bene Ills to big Ellender charged that the 2 tighter than the one voted by the House earlier this would force big pro ducers to dump their crops on the He said this would force market prices down and cause the government to lose money on its own surplus Other senators saitl it vould cripple the price suport Before approving the Will iams the senate rejected by a 52 to 24 roll call vote a milder substitute offered by Hubert Humphrey D The Humprhey plan would have placed a percrop ceiling on price sup port Everett Dirksen R appealing for passage of the Williams told the senate that fewer than three cent of the nations farms Young referred to a letler from Bnson opposingthe wheat bill approved by the Senata Agriculture Benson said the bill would cost tax payers more than the current wheat The secretary was especially critical of a pro raising price supports for farmers who agree to cut Benson also said tho acreage taken out of wheat could be planted to other sup ported Other congressional develop ments Foreign Jeaderi and Americans for Democratic action fell in behind FulbrJffhts efforts to increase this countrys aid tu underdeveloped The the United Auto Workers and the cooperative league joined th ADA in en have gross income of a dorai tne Arkansas Demo But Spcasard U proposal befove the u pcssard land protested that adoption of either amendment would drfeat the wheat Milton Young R angrily ac cusrcl Agriculture Secretary Ezra Benson of making the most Ignoramus state ment I have ate ForelgUelatlons Com Spokesmen for the Am erlcan Farm Bureau Federation and thc Citizens Foreign Aid urged a cut in economic Fulbrlghta plan would boost the develop 11   

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