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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - May 25, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy and warmer through Tuesday with scattered mainly in Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 80 1 84 84 86 1 88 1 89 90 Complete Weather Report on Market HJHomeoHht Daily Sunand SemiWeekly Mornina Uahtjf LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW May 25 advance corporates liquidation and mill CHICAGO scattered light Com Mixed new crop months lower light to 25 cents higher top steers steady to 75 cents lower top 301 MAY 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Leading Diplomats To Attend Funeral For Dulles Herter Charges Gromyko Slanders West Reich NO GENEVA MEET SLATED WEDNESDAY East Germans Might Attempt Recognition Move May 25 Secretary of State Christian Herter told Soviet Foreign Min ister Andrei Gromyko today he had slandered West Germany by accusing it of seeking to touch off a third World Herter told Gromyko bluntly across the Big Four foreign min isters conference table that his charges resurrect old fears and bygone Out For Revenge Among the allegations Gro myko has made against West Germany were that it was out for revenge and that it is mili taristic and seeking to start a third World These Herter are absolutely This was the third time since the conference started that Her ter has sharply criticized Gro myko to his Dulles Praised The tangle over this point was In contrast to the amicable situ ation which prevailed earlier when Gromyko paid tribute to the late John Foster Herter had opened the session by thanking the other foreign ministers for their thoughlful understanding of Ihe situation created here by Dulles Whatever our approaches to the problems now under discus Herter I feel sure are agreed that the world See Page 3 Recreational Funds Effort Not Launched Parks development ath letic committees of the cham ber of commerce failed to agree Monday on whether to join in a public subscription campaign to secure money to light the tennis courts at Community Park and finance other im provements They did to appoint subcommittees which would work jointly on ways and means to accomplish Ihis as well as other matters pertain ing to the and to report to future joint sessions of the two There was never unanimous agreement to begin such a pub lie subscription campaign dur ing the Monday In many other facets of the public recreation picture came in for including oth er park improvements additions of further facilities to the ne gro park if and when part of the cost is raised by negro citizens the possibility of the schools helping in tennis court lighting the possibility of moving lights from the old tennis courts in city park to Community and other Robert Mertz of the ath i See Page 2 Dallas Mans Hatred For ODaniels Leaves 2 Dead Court Knocks Out Mixed Sports Ban May 25 UPJ The Supreme Court vlthout even truck down today a Louisiana State Law prohibiting whites and negroes from competing to Ielher in sports It threw out the 1956 sports iegregalion statute by affirm ng a decision of a ower federal This court leld the law was unconstitu No opinion accompanied he high courts action The Louisiana law was chal onged by a negro prize Joseph Dorsey on behalf of himself and other professional SCENE IN piled up 2 inches deep on the level and deeper in the farm row middles south of from a vicious hail storm described as the worst in 40 years which raked South Plains points in The along with Inches of fell within a 25 to 20 minute it was In other areas of the South Plains hail as big as baseballs was AP Conferees Due Spending Bill May 25 W The House refused today to accept the Senate version of the 2 12 billion dollar spending Speaker Waggoner Carr Im mediately named House mem bers of a conference committee to work with a similar Senate The Senate adjourned until Tuesday with out taking this routine but vi tal step leading to a final spending Two of Price Daniels deficitretiring passed by the were formally re ceived in the Senate and re ferred to the State Affairs Com Daniels natural gas and corp oration franchise tax proposals were ignored by a House tax writing Its re port makes some changes sug gested by the how This points toward a show down fight in the House be tween backers of the governors tax plan and its The Legislature this week will show whether it is willing and able to stabilize state finances during the first special or whether another 30day session will be Senate reluctance to move on the spending bill indicates it Is in no hurry to dispose of pending and available The Senate State Affairs com scheduled a session to take up Daniels antideficit A House subcommittee work ed over the weekend on Daniels tax package and offered a re See Page 2 Mississippi To Get FBI Agents Data May 25 authorities today an nounced their withdrawal from the kidnapkiller case of Mack Charles The results of their lengthy investigation will be turned over to the slate of William Rogers said Ihe evidence oblained by Ihe FBI afler a masked mob snalched Parker from the Pearl River County jail at Poplar April 25 and killed failed to show any viola tion of federal In vieiw of Rogers today directed the FBI to deliver to Mississippis Coleman at Jackson a summary of in formation relative to facts and evidence obtained during the FBIs It was left up to Coleman to determine whether any prosecu tion under state law is a 23yearold negro was on the eve of being tried on a charge of raping a pregnant white woman when he was His body was found May 4 in Ihe Pearl River swamps near by FBI agenls and Mississippi See Page 2 Bill Eliminates SBA Funds May 28 UPI The House Appropriations Committee today imposed an other cut on domestic The committee approved ap propriations of for the Commerce the Panama the Law rence Seaway Development the Small Business Administra tion and the Tariff Commis The for use in the new fiscal year beginning June was less than the administration A 000 appropriation for the Small Business Administration was re jected in its The committee approved with out a request that be earmark ed for the federalaid highway which is financed from a special trust A boost was recommended in 1 the administrations budget for merchant ship construction The committee said the appro priation should be or more than Eisen hower Other congressional develop ments Foreign William Fulbright chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations lold the administra tion that its proposed expan sion of foreign aid loans will fail unless administration agencies get together on how it should be Fulbrights state ment followed Undersecretary testimony of State Douglas Dillon that the admin istration favors such an expan not Dillon also described the 700 million dollar administration request as the barest minimum required to keep the development loan fund The House Foreign Ar fairs studied House amendments to Eisenhowers for eign aid House Appropria tions subcommittee released Navy testimony that added heat to the threeservice feud about the role of missiles in national The Navy criticized both the Army and the air force missile and said 25 bil lion had been spent on Army and Air Force networks that soon would be The Arrny also issued a statement today criticizing Air Force weap ons systems and plugging the Armys role in air Racketeering Attorney Gen eral William Rogers urged Congress to pass laws designed to wipe out His suggestions included changes in the selfincrimination withdrawal of tax deductions benefitting gamblers and tight ening of laws governing inter state shipment of gambling Strauss There were behind thescenes reports that Senate approval of Commerce Secre tarys nomination was in One source said Strauss has had But some Republican sources predicted the appoint ment would be Super Carrier Vice Hyman Rickover said the country should not build a new conventionally powered super aircraft Defying Navy he said the vessel would quickly become The Navy asked for 260 million dollars to build the but a House Appropriations subcom mittee has turned down the pro In major developments Sun day Karl Mundt R accused House Demo crats of political duplicity for cutting 50 million dollars from See Page 2 4H Council To Participate Herd Dispersal The Navarro County 4H Club council will participate in the registered Hereford auction sal of Stroube and Cotlen Wednes day at 10 The sale wil be held at the Jess Young Salei Ring on South Highway Stroube and Cotlen are per milting the 4H undo the direction of Smith assistant county to sel any cow of the entire herd an this will be the first cow tc come inlo the This anima will be sold at auction by th club members and they are t receive the entire proceeds fo he sale of this Selwyn pas president of Ihe am Miss Judy Burn who is coun il will accompany lh animal inlothe ring and be th auctioneer for this particula togelher wllh Ih represenlnlive ot Ihe Navarn Counly 4H visiled Ih ranch Monday morning am selecled Ihe cow they will sel The public is invited to at tend this sale and see the in tcrest lhat the boys and girl of this cluh have in betler live slock for future Immediately after the clu sells their the sale wil promptly move into the sellin of 188 more head at CHS Seniors Given Advice On Price Tags By CLYDE MURRAY Daily Sun Staff Corsicana high school grad uates of 1959 were told in the Baccalaureate sermon Sunday night that they can take what hey want iri life but have pay for The statement was made by John Wesley pastor of the First Methodist vho was chosen by the grad uates to deliver the sermon Fords Barbara is among the Large Ford spoke before a large audience In the CHS audi His speech was part of an inspirational The speaker reminded that Jesus put life In these commer cial terms all things that we have must be paid It ap plies to all including high school ho The kingdom of heaven is like a merchant seeking fine he quoting a pass age from the Anything that we may choose In life we may but we must pay for he added in his own Ford pursued the thought with the explanation that a per son may choose the right way of life and although he often pays in many ways he will re See Page 10 Arrests Crowd Houston Jail May UP Four dining rooms were press ed into service as bullpen cells Saturday when a record 391 prisoners jammed the city The jail was designed for 300 Police Mayfield said the large number of arrests over the weekend had no con nection with Mayor Lewis Cu trers sugges tion that police start checking bulging pockets of bar custom ers for hidden The idea was denounced by city councilmen as unconstitu Police officials treated it loxers of his While he brought suit directly on the basis of the bar on interracial the ruling will apply to other sports as well since the state law does not differentiate ori athletic The decision also beclouds any state or local statutes of a similar Montgomery for has an ordi Tance barring sports in which both whites and negroes com In other actions the court stand the Income tax evasion conviction of Paul De better known as Pau The Waiter long a king pin In the Capone mob in Delucia drew a three year jail sentence and a ine for failure to report his full income In He also faces deportation to his native to consider an ap poal by Crown Zellcrbach paper agalnsi Washington slates business anc occupation a lower courl or der denying to the Milwauke railroad in May 25 UPI lunatic who had plolled for lore than a year to kill form r and Lee Pappy Daniel for evicting mur ered a carpenter today and hreatened to murder four host ges while trying to pul his plol nlo Hostages Escape The hoslages all got llhough he handcuffed two young man and his wife The Frank about died in a hail f bullets from police pistols and a The ODaniels didnt know ibout Windsors frenzy to kill hem until an ambulance was muling his body away from he house where he seized three if his hoslages at 8 oclock Sun day That man was ODaniel Now that I enow he is out of the I Tom Dies Sunday Rites Tuesday Tom felong residenl of the Rice farm died at his home In Rice Sunday He was f coowner of the Forlson farrr and other Funeral services will be hel Tuesday at frorr the Corlcy The rite will ho conducted by Bi pastor of the Haynl Memorial Melhodisl church i and John Bassham Fort Worth Methodist minister Burial will be In the Mexi City Surviving are his Miss Doris Forlson a of and a number of nieces and other rela Pallbearers will be Robert Arthur Harry Joe Mall Daw Jess Millon Emmert and Carroll Arlington Cemetery Burial Wednesday dont mind speaking little nore His wife used to cry aboul vhat he Her health wasnt But even so she worked as She said she couldnt get him to go out to Voting Heavy At Little Rock LITTLE May 25 voting was moderate ly heavy today in a school board recall election stemming from Little Rocks integration Balloting continued to In crease In the first hours and was expected to hit a peak in the late All six seats on the school split evenly between segregationalists and moderates at Carpenter Killed Windsor shot the over the shouldet of lona one of his The other host ages were and Leslie who have throe child and Alfred who works with For 10 or 11 Windso held and Ihe Dar tors in the Darter home with the three Dartnr bu See Page 8 Another Baby Plastic Bag Victim Monday United Tress International Another baby WHS suffocatec loday by a plasllc bag and dry cleaning firms in Iwo cilies an nounced Ihey were going to qui using The body of Vincent Filch three months was founc with a plasllc drycleaning over his face al Ihe Cleveland home of Glady who had cared for hin The bag had beer placed on a bed under a Al Sunela Debra Lynec 10 week was suffocalcd similarly b plastic The baby grandmother found the Launderers and cleaners n said the would discontinue using th lags for packaging Their decision was precipitate by the suffocation last week o sevenmonthold A drycleaning firm in Wind announced il wouli abandon Ihe plaslic hags be cause a baby smolhered In on here last More than 30 Infants hav been suffocaled In plaslic bag so far this year In Iho Unite See Pago 2 Survey Shows Problem Scattered Over Nation Wars On Dog Packs By United Press International Louis county authorilies acled Monday to wipe out the menace of wild dog packs in the wake of the killing of a 2 12 yearold boy by a savage band of A United Press International survey showed concern over the possibility or similar tragedies in other Lillle Mark Douglas Draper killed Saturday when he was attacked by a pack of killer strays and dragged about 75 yards behind his The mangled body of the son of and Douglas Draper was found by a neighbor in the Louis suburb of County Supervisor James McNary ordered an inquiry inlo Ihe adequacy of the coun tys dog catching He said he also would Reek a Health Department report on personnel and equipment in the rabies con trol If more trucks and men arc needed they will be McNary Gerald Michigan Conservation Direc warned there was a good possibility that a killer dog pack could turn on humans In Mi I In said snarling packs of wild dogs roam many areas of Eddy said the slale has an awful problem with dog packs killing He said there was one instance last year in which wild dogs attacked a woman and child near Traverse The two escaped by running In to a Eddy cautioned that such attacks against humans are I wouldnt like to see peopln in this state get he We have laws to curb stray Jolice officials in Chicago said dangerous dog packs have hcim seen roving In some parts of the city despite local prohibiting dogs from running It could happen sale officer Robert Eley of the Chicago Police Departments an imal shelter unit In referring to the death of the Draper It is not unusual to see pac in the especially in the Authorities said such packs are found more frequent ly in the Chicago suburbs where dog control laws are sometimes not as At city am county police warned Sunday that any animal running al large will he picked up or de Bee 10 JOHN DULLES Cancer Victims Include Nany World Figures By FRANCES LEWINE WASHINGTON ot cancer have Included some o worlds most famous per President Ulysses Gran finished his memoirs only fou days before he died of cancc n George Washington1 rnothe died of cancer the year ha e came president in While radium la used today o conlrpl some forms of can II wns responsible for the pernicious death of its Marie And her Irene Jo a physicist who car rled on her parents work with died in 1956 at the ag of 58 of a form o anccr brought on In this cas overcxposure to radioactiv Since cancer has beer Ihe second leading cause o death In exceeded onl by heart Its loll thl year is expected to reach May around the world cams n outpouring of tribute today o John Foster And in capitals of tho free iplomats arranged to fly hero or last rites for fallen lead r of resistance to Communist Ravaged by cancer and strick n by the 71year Id former secretary tate died in his sleep at The funeral will be held at 2 Wednesday in Washington National Because of Dulles long dom nance of free nations strategy n dealing with tho Soviet Un his passing seemed to many 0 mark the end of an The men who knew Dulles est had no doubt that one ot Is own great regrets was that innl illness had made him a pectator from afar rather than he active field general as the Wests foreign ministers strove n Geneva for progress to vard a settlement with Kremlin and a true But though he waa absent rom the parley Dulles was still 1 dominant Influence through continuing policies worked out under his West Chiefs Coming In recognition of that Dullas vole the Wntcrn chiefs were pulling out of tha See Page 10 Dulles Rated Planes Vital Diplomacy Aid May 25 UPI John Foster orn before the airplane waa waa an air age dlp omat who flew more miles In his quest for peace with honor han any other diplomat In his See Page 11 Weekend Bain Heavy Locally Rainfall for the weeken amounled to inches in Cor sicana and caused majo streams to but no ove flows had been reported Mon day The rain since Satu day morning to inches by Sunday at 7 an inch from Sunday to Mon day 7 The precipitation Interrupt e farming operations nncl ro i construction throughout II Before final Illness forced ils resignation In Dulles had logged miles by nlano on officials business dur ing his sixyear tenure as Sec retary ot Newspaper cartoonists Justly employed his penchant for fly ing to symbolize his As Secretary ot ho vislled 46 foreign countries some of Ihem many times and totalled air In addition he travelled miles by plane In the United Slates Itself for official con ferences and Even before taking his cab inet post in Dulles as a foreign policy adviser under former President Harry Tru man had flown miles In his monumental achievement of working out a Japanese peace As President Elsenhowers foreign policy crisis afler crisis saw him travelling See PLANESTPago 2 Free World Off ers Tributes May 26 UPI free world today mourn ed the death of former Secre tary of State John Foster Dulles with statements stressing his devotion to duty and the cause of The Communist world remain ed largely silent In its reaction lo Ihe death of the man Ihey oflen denounced as a war mon lool of Wall Slrcel and a religious Moscow Radio and Pelping Radio reporled the death in brief statemenls wilhout com But the Communist East German news service ADN is sued an unforgiving say ing lhat Dulles name Is Insep arably tied to Ihe aggression policy of Hitlers President Eisenhower led the free worlds He said his former secretary wns an ar dent supporter of the deepest and aspiration of free men Other reaction Former President Harry Truman Weve lost a good public servant and Im as sor ry as I can Former President Herbert Herbert Hoover With his passing have lost our great est secretary of Vice President Rachard wns one of the truly heroic figures of the 20th He wns one of those individuals who lived to see the verdict of history vindicate the very policies which seemed to be so unpopular at the time hu advocated Secretary of State Christian death of John Foster will sadden all peoples devoted to the cause of pence with He was a great firmly dedicat ed to high who work ed Inconsantly to promote the national interests of the United and a commiunty uf iaw among The policies for which hn strove so valiantly will live on for1 the day of general British Prime Minister Harold Macrnillan The United States has lost n great and true chain pion and the NATO Alliance must mourn an outstanding West German Chancellor Kon rad Adenauer Dulles was a true friend and a fighter for freedom and Christianity who sacrificed himself with hi whole soul for his President Charles Dfc at France ilia his faith in the ideal which we hold in and his re main u lofty example for Senate Democratic Leader Lyndon coun try has lost the services of this dedicated He believed deeply in the principle of free dom and he was a fighter for his House Speaker Snm Rayburn have always regarded Dulles as a fine patriotic Amer At any time I would have deeply regretted his This Is especially my feeling at this critical Sir Winston Foster Dulles was a man of prin ciples and Integrity whose ex ample will long be remombered by those who put their trust in freedom and fair His courage has commanded the ad miration of the whole A great American has Adlal met death with the same quiet cour age that he served his constant goal of His passing will be mourned by friends every Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru of accept my sincere condolences at the passing away of a great serv Bee 10 i   

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