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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - May 26, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL cloudy and warm with scattered thunderahowera through Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 1 11 12 1 11 2 78 33 86 1 87 88 89 90 Complete Weather Report on Market Ho me of the Daily SunandSemiWeekly Morning MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW May er changes govern ments spot house CHICAGO lower light light with to 35 cents higher top steers steady to strong top LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONALAP TELEMATS 302 MAY 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS i i r b V ftf v v CARR DENIES LOAFING ON SOLONS PART Senate Names Conferees For m Indicat ousm m m 1 m I I ESCAPK THROUGH end Les handcuffed climb through small window and escape from crazed killer after being held hostage all night at his Police finally killed the Frank after he held police off for two AP Wirephoto HOLIDAY FORECAST May 26 National Safety Council warned today that 260 persons may die in traffic accidents and another may suffer disabling injuries over the Memorial Day holiday The estimate was based on past records and the possfbility of increased travel over the lonjf But this does not have to the Council empha The size of the actual toll depends entirely on how many drivers heed or fail to heed a few common sense rules that could save their lives and the lives of The Council listed the following rules Hold your speed to 60 or below on the open road antl obey posted speed 3 Till the time of arrivnl at your destination last in Im portance and your safe arrival Drive with pa courtesy and common Stay away from the wheel If youve been The public highway is no place for a fuzzy whether youre driv ing or Those rules make Tip a surefire formula for minimizing holiday traffic The size of the Memorial Day toll will depend on how many drivers follow the Council Theestimate covers the period between 7 May nnd midnight May It compares with 225 deaths and disability injuries that might occur during a non holiday 51hour period over a weekend at this time of The emphasized that its traffic estimate is by no means a prediction of what is going to but it could happen if motorists anil pedestrians do not exercise care and caution In traveling to meet the increased danger during a About 40 million cars will be on the streets and highways over tho the Council Traffic enforcement officers throughout the country will be working around the clock 1o keep drivers of these cars from killing themselves and It scorns only reasonable to ask drivers to the Council Charges Bow Out To R May 26 iffi The House took advantage of a technicality today to put off work another day on the spe cial session tax Speaker Waggoner Carr sharply struck down what he said were insinuations that the House might be loafing on the Debate Wednesday By apparent agreement of all the House the debate on the general tax bill will begin Wednesday The Senate pushed the 2 12 billion dollar general spending bill into a conference com mittee today that will try to write a compromise from the Senate and House The brief House squabble over beginning the tax bill de bate started with a statement bv Sam Bass of head of the subcommittee that wrote the bill HB 7 approved by the House Tax Committee Delivery Late I had intended to ask the debate on the bill begin he I have found that copies of the along with copies of a substi tute by the original were not put on members until after Little three LITTLE May 2G Rock voters segregationist school board members Monday despite a warning by Orval iFaubus it might moan the re May 26 Congressional Repub Ican loaders told President Eisen hower today veto of the Dem ocrats big housing hill would be But thny reported only a forlorn hope of getting a labor reform bill out of the House Labor Committee because of More Thunderstorm Slated Over Texas FIRST NAJOR BREAK SINCE MEET START UPD ousted tUl ViUiilllllLLVlT I UdU 1 parently paves the way for he ohjcctions to some of By The Associated Tress reopen ng of the four Little Ug isjons Bnd formidable Thunderstorms swirled over Rock high schools this fall on from PrPRident John West Texas again Tuesday from an integrated L Lfiwlg Qf the fi San Angci0 to the eastern The governor said in his where n tornado hit the wide television appeals that even if the segregationists were ousted he would stand firm in his fight against enforced inthe President and House and I Q AII n t rt t 1 nil n j I hi turn of mob violence this It was a bitter defeat foi who twice within the past two days had made teletegratlon of Little Rock aenate 1 I iQP loaders at their LVVU i vi Hlumi tKHlVllV UlrUUKU VI vision appeals for support to The board members recalled weekly hile House conference with ii I TJnilun R I n 110 a n 1 a n rl A See LITTLE Page 2 mm mmr mm mm I t t L keeping the three segregationby Mondays balloting less than ist board members in and to oust the three moderates he termed The result of the election ap Pickett W n Commu Effort ton Ask Full H Integra test Pickett was named first May Federal Judge Ben Connally has taken under advisement a re House1 Republican leader Charles Hallcck told news men tho country is in for a lot of confusion from Congress as potential Democratic presi dential nominees jockey for positions in the I960 race for the White He did not say so but ob viously referred to Democratic contenders in the Halleck predicted defeat of the housing bill by veto in dis See Page 3 Delegates Leave For Dulles Rites May 26 UPI The Soviet and Western foreign partially destroyed two houses ministers agreed today to start and a church and inflicted heavy secret sessions on the Berlin and damage on a German questions Friday when There were no reports of In1 they return from the funeral of John Foster Dulles in Wash Hrald is 18 miles northwest inEton of A spokesman announced ivorecnsn can tor immaeri FunnRts were sighted In decision following a meeting iioiecnsia can tot immciei Spring nnd Stanton thls morning between Soviet storm activity through WcdnesIIIC t Foreisrn Mlnlqtrr AnrtrM rm dav in West with afterareas but there were no L where a tornado hit the f m nf i town of Heakl and giant hall The status of various legisla v j stones battered Claude Monday proposals wns reviewed bv Forecasts call for for a full hearing on Integ place award winner in the fourth of Houston annual Chamber of Commerce sponsored organized community center contest Monday following an inspection judging tour of the Only three communities enter ed the contest this year which largest segregated system in the Kent yV I ports of damaee and British Foreign noon and evening O1 Secretary Selwyn ers predicted for East and CenJ also m the eastern J I f tral reported rains sent Biggest Break The Department of Public water pouring eight Inches said the twister at Heald over Highway Wind date n tipped a trailer house tne thusfar deadlocked Big Hail described as 4Inch Four Ministers confer chunks of ice broke windows in cnce homes and businesses at Ifc came with surprising sud 30 miles southeast of denncss a daV before the Claude caught 27 set by Soviet inches of while Premlcr Nlklta Khrushchev for 30 miles southeast of Western withdrawal from Ber measured Inches in 45 mlnlin uteg The decision to start secret 6ther hailstorm reports came talk waB without indlcat ing which side had made tho livia Envoy anddaughtes Kidnapp Joe attorney for the Houston school filed the request for the full federal hear ing It came in answer to a petition filed by the Na itional Association for the Ad of two na tions Joined today In search for Berta 45dayold granddaughter of Bolivian Am bassador Luis Arduz who was kidnapped from the Em bassy Paraguayan police rounded up May 26 UP a number of the 300 Bolivian re r i i m Sec Page 2 id Affect rial Panel ins Probe 1LU JJCLiLltfll illicit Y 4 i I tf 1 m fu v u been sponsored since its Intlonnl Association for the Ad May 26 a number of the 300 Bolivian rcM Wmm m ception by the agriculture comvancement of Colored People flocked to the fusees here on the chance that IjAIIVPrV r IPIfl mlttee of the The wnat mnY become recJthp crime wns of J mpaiq first But It brought new hope into the lagging confer Ready To Bargain Gromyko left at once for Washington and thc Dulles The Western Big Three m See Pape 3 Acsks until after vancement OL jtu nt g i mlttfie the chamben The NAACP Mkl for lmmndiale in what mny bcc See Page 8 principal purpose of the contest compiiance with a fedora inPrd Cumbers today to r May 26 UPI Henry Jack son today accused the Eisenhower administration of bowing out of the missile race with He said the action was en couraging Moscow to use the fearful new weapon of ballistic Missile he Carries a threat of a wholly new dimension physical ex tinction for an entire He added that the threat was used against the West Germans earlier this Jacksons were made in a speech prepared for tho National Missile Industry We must broaden and ac celerate our missile Jackson We must move as rapidly as possible to the most invulnerable war deterrent now in sight the ballistic missile buried in the on mobile platforms and carried under the Arctic A few weeks he the Eisenhower administration was conceding that the Soviets might gain a threetoone mis sile superiority over the United which would continue to place much reliance on manned We gave up the race of our own free the We have the talent and Steel Contract Talk ntil J NEW May wage show ing signs of ended their 10th session today with no sign of progress and recessed their joint talks until June The fourman negotiating teams have clashed on a num ber of basic economic argu heightening the prospect of a serious steel strike this The present threeyear pact covering steel workers expires at midnight June j The eight negotiators showed signs of flhe tension that has mounted In recent meet The steel industry is stand ing firm on its demand for a oneyear wage freeze this year to combat The 12 com panies involved in the joint talks have asked the other bas ic steel producers for their opin ions on the unions demands in an apparent bid for a solid in dustry The letter indicated that the unions basic demands are for a wage a fourday week every four weeks which would average out to e 38hour and complete company financ ing of all hospitallza jtion and medical Informed sources estimated that these demands if See Page 5 is to encourage wide and bene ficial use of farm land taken out of cotton years gubernatorial and other part m tegration order of two Judge who in 1957 Awarded second place was ordered the board to proceed the joint MildredEureka with deliberate speed toward while third place honors were said he won by which make a decision latei has garnered first honors the previous two contests Prize money is for first for second and for a with each being presented plaqLion toward ending segregation Court Judge Bert Combs foi ues as The awards will be rather than a demand for ImmetIlR states top crime was part of a political choose I They also arrested all the J L NEW May 28UP West e Ddline would Thurgood Marshall of New chief counsel for the said the negro petition was a demand for immediate acLrlfiekl ncl AppPllntc presented at an appropriate cerdiate lfid g for ln newspaper and magazine de ihe polls in many Most tho missing Hvery field In the metropolitan were Democrats balloting for a Now York gubernatorial nominee Bolivian authorities set up a The grand Jury was The Democrats will choose 1m t t through of 20 men and 3 Communist end Western spokea tween Harry Leo Wa 1 mlffhl br Tho Justice Department InJmen agreed today that the May tends to antitrust lawa as 2 Arcuz a career diplomat who ita chic has lived most of his life ine i emony lee T Karly morning rains slowed set in lhe Soviet ultimatum on Bern would be only another date on act at an appropriate cerdiate side said he couldnt y recent testimony ncrore the at a date yet to be se NAACP also asked for the vote in a few arena but onlyk vc of political motive Senate Rackets Committee in I J m th ovcr ards ilar action during c unty reported lighter than U thc Ho sald he Washington of payoffs by Serving as judges were Ed led schools In Federal usual balloting Heavy rains in i hn h Ushers and others to assuie Tlinnfha McLennan county agriJudge Whitfield Davidson some areas Wednesday mght fls know ranJiivery of and culture and Roy Brissaid he would set a hearing on brought farmers note nns hpen rccfiivcdt WnJl rnM tow of the Southland Cotton the petition late in June or earlands were too wet to work to LRUc Immediately after the grand l ln the cold Oil Company Accompanyly in Dallas schools are from n bedroom In the Embassy jury was sworn in by I voting in on Avcnue Judge Edward gov i ing the judges on their inspecunder a federal desegregation tlon tour were County Agentlorder 18 months John Gertrude county HD agent Lin Chamber agriculture committee chairman and Homer Chamber office secretary See Page 2 shn was taking an afternoon crnmcnt Last Soviet Premier s escorted S Khrushchev eave the Second E Burglar L First Q Births Record At Stale School Bishops Horn s May 26 Approval D May 2fi Thirtytwo inmates at the Gatesmost unChriatianburglar broke The City Commission will vllle School for Boys escaped into the home of the Most meet in callnd session tonight Monday night In the Bishop of thc at to take m mMt I members to the jury room to lay the groundwork of their Bardwell Dam Advanced Step mm mmmF mmm mrmmr v mmm r mm v I f r mm ing the first three months of hours after the He said this year than in any other first he thought most of the boys were still In the Gatesville Reporting this the NaThe boys had been off the tional Office of Vital Statistics campus for a musical estimated there were Officials said the 32 broke and registered live births in the first ran as they were being march Li I IVlay t mass break from the correctionLUC Diocese of Monfjnnl action on adoptionof the Tho House Flood Control sublot al school in a dny and ordinance calling the election on committee approved today legls Sheriff Winfred CummJngsj stole the bishops silver 23 on the jwuie of approvnation to authorize the ing the Navarro Mills reservoir 000 Bardwell 4 miles from project contract with tho TrlnlEnnls and 30 miles south of May 26 UP Sheriff Winfred CummJngs stole the bishops silver R More babies were born dursaid 16 boys were captured 3 and thren candle ET the first three months of hours after the He said Tonic two floor ed back to their See Page 2 That was per cent more Twentyeight escaped early than the previous first quarter this month but most have been record set in officials By RICHARD GROHVtKTT Daily Sun Staff Thirtyfour students received associate degrees fit commence ment exercises of Navarro Jun ior College Monday at in the college auditorium from Ben college presi There were four twoyear business certificates presented to make a combined total of 38 graduating at the 13th annual commencement at the The graduates also heard Ralph president of Stephen Austin State in the commence ment There were approximately 350 Interested people Final examinations also took their toll as there were originally 46 candidates to There were five who received diplomas in raising the total to Steen Speaks Stpen to the grad uating class on the history of the state and pointed out the problems affecting the genera tion who lived during that He commented that each gen eration has its own problems to they usually solved them correctly and we have de veloped into a great country and formed a great He emphasized that history teaches there is not a communi ty or state standing They will go in either of two backward or The coun try will always continue to be great if the present generation joes Indian Problems Steen commented on the early history of Texas from the 1820s up until the present He spoke of the AngloAmeri cans who came into Texas dur ing the He said they were faced with problems of conquering the who sur rounded the early He said it was necessary for the early settles to have and fice in the community They were the pioneers they did these Mexican Trouble During the 1830s the genera tion of that day had the prob lem of the Mexican Government suddenly becoming The people decided not to but to fight if Steen added that the people wanted the freedoms and to have a local self They issued a declaration of in imtia sacri and dependence and you know the results of the ensuing This was a severe problem and that generation met and solved he The period of the lS40a brought yet another problem Steen and that was should Texas remain inde pendent or join the United States The year of 1855 brought a critical date to the generation of this he as the North and South began to quar rel over slavery and states Steen added that there was a long and bloody war this ended in the defeat of the War Between States Steen commented on the names the war had been called since In the North it ia called the Civil War the southerners will accept War of Rebellion or War Between the It has been called The War for Southern Independence or War of Northern Aggres After the the speaker there was the period of a new economic system and an army of real See Page 5 II m m f DULLES GOES flagcovered casket containing the body of John Foster Dulles is carried from a hearse to the Dul les residence in the northwest section of The body of the former secretary of state was later placed in Wash ington National Cathedral with an honor guard of servicemen keeping Dulles died of lAP Wirephoto United Britain France six months to get out of He demanded the West ern garrisons bo withdrawn and West Berlin bo made a demilitarized At tho same time he warned that tho Russians would turn controls on Western traffic to Berlin over to the East German raising the threat a new blockade of tho West Lhe The Big recognize tho East erman But since Khrushchev mr mw Pocketed eight pairs of the ity River bi Before the government will Picked up five bottles of fine proceed with construction Corhachie a Trinity River nas e woul respect tho The Dam would be on WaxaWcBtern rights in the city pend nr proceed with construction Corhachie a Trinity River the outcome of n iicann provide awurancoB Its water would be lth the He Loaded all the loot in the btshthat it will furnish its assigned available to ops Cadillac and drove away from the T he bishop is in Josephs with the municipality to of the which islhnchie nnd Ennto but the main rirranfforl through tbejnlm Is to control flash The government would pay BCP a tn the talks and said the hh VLl V Vi 1 I J m r t 1 m i 1 J recuperating from alrepay the TRA out of water of the cost and the Western Big wouia mild lioart local share would be See Page 9 urnin By MERRDIAN SMITH May 26 UPI The Washington diplo matic corps and an endless line of private citizens streamed into Washingtons towering National Cathedral today to walk in si lent tribute beside thn flag draped coffin of John Foster Official mourning rites for the former Secretary of Stato bngan at noon in the vaulted Bethlehem Chapel of the Cathedral where Dulles will He in stain until thc funeral services Wednesday af The velvetdraped which Dulles coffin placed not far from tho burial cypts of two other Secretaries of State Cordell Hull and Frank Dulles will be hurled Wednes day in Arlington National Ceme tery after funeral services in thr cathedral to be dod by President Eisenhower and by diplomatic leaf1 from around the First to arrive was the Japanese foreign The cold war was almost for for the as for eign dignitaries from both sides n the Iron Curtain headed Washington to pay their re bier on rested wa ts to the man who fought so long for settlement of the worlds Soviet Foreign Minister An drei Gromyko was flying from Geneva to attend the Russia surprised the free world by joining in tributes to thc Cornier Secretary of The casket was removed from the Dulles homo hitc this morn and taken by hearse to thc Riding in slow pro en lion behind the body were members of tho Dulles except thc secretarys widow who remained at home to rest for thc trying day ahead of her Dulles near the Span ishAmerican War Memorial In the Western section of thc was dugthis morn In Congrnss t o d a Thom as La no DMn in troduced a bill calling for con struction in Washington of a monurnrnt to who hn predicted will go down in history as The Champion of Peace With Dulles died Sunday of cancer He was public will be allowed to pay its respects by walking past the Megdraped casket during the 24 hours Dulles will lie in Five enlisted of the armed es will guard the casket during this pc The public also will be per mitted to attend the funeral only a com parative few will be A large of the Cathedral will bo Although Washington Cathe dral is an Episcopal the funeral services will follow the ritual of the Presbyterian church to which Dulles belonged and will he conducted by Presby terian The surprising acclaim that Dulles received In death from Soviet officials contrasted sharp ly with the vitriolic flood of de nunciation they poured on him in The frus trated hy his firm against Red often called him a Gromyko even up the Soviet attack on Western poli cies until shortly before it was announced he would attend Dul les He exchanged bit ter words with Secretary of Stato Christian Herter at the Geneva Foreign Ministers meet But once the Soviets made up their minds to join in the tribute to their free world the abuse quickly rhanged to acclulm for a respected May 26 UPI In death as in John Foster will follow thc way of That is the name of tho door way through which his body was borne into Washington Ca thedral The inscription la on the pointed arch of the May 26 UPI Acting Soviet Premier Anas tas Mikoyan said Monday night that John Foster Dulles was a great It was the highest praise the former Secretary of State ever received from an official of Soviet The tribute was especially significant in view of the fact that Mikoyan la sitting in for Niklta Khrushchev during the latters visit to Speaking to a group of correspondents at a tion in thc Argentine See Page 5 h I   

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