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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - May 27, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL cloudy and warm through Thursday with widely scat tered afternoon and evening Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 83 86 1 88 I 89 90 1 91 92 Complete Weather Report on Market Home of the Daily Sunand SemiWeekly Morninfl Lidht 303 LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS MAY PAGES MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW May er selected issues in corporates mill buy CHICAGO late scattered Oats Lower with to 25 cents lower top steers strong to 75 cents higher top PRICE FIVE CENTS Sir ft 3f r ft FOES JOIN FRIENDS AT LAST RITES Crowd Largest Since Funeral Woodrow Wilson By MERRIMAN SMITH May 27 UPI The nation and the world paid last tributes to John Foster Dulles Diplomats from around the globe joined President Eisen hower in a funeral service which packed the great Wash ington Cathedral to Drop Cold War Leaders of the East and West Btood side by side to pay their respects to the former Secretary of 3tate who died on Sunday at the age of For one at they paused in their cold war to honor the man whose pastor in the service called him the Valiant of the free worlds quest for They gathered in the vaulted sanctuary of the cathedral to parti ipate in the simple rites of the Presbyterian of which Dulles was an Taps Ends Saga From the Far from Rus Europe and Latin America came dignitaries a chancel a prime nearly a score of foreign ministers and others of high station to join hundreds of American leaders and friends of the Dulles From the cathedral the body of the man who had travelled more than a half million miles in the cause of peace then was borne to a grave in the hallowed See Page 9 4H Club Cow Brings At Dispersal Sale A nineyearold registered Hereford named Margaret Rose brought at the auction sale of Stroube and Gotten at the Jess Young sales ring on High way 75 Wednesday and the Navarro County 4H council took home the The owners had permitted the 44H council to select the cow of their choice from the herd and even handle the auc with the money going to the assistant county agricultural agent and selected Margaret Rose and she was purchased by the TicTac Toe ranch at Smith accepted the check for in behalf of the 4H council and then Selwyn past president of the council thanked Strouba and Gotten for donating the animal and the TicTacToe ranch for buying Hollingsworth and Miss Judy i a council participated in the auction of the animal and accompanied it in the Sale of the 4H cow kicked off a lively special cattle sale See Page 9 By BARTHOLOIMEW EAST May 27 UPI The Herter sevenpoint plan for an interim solution of the Berlin problem was pro nounced unacceptable and de signed draw the Western powers into military conflict by East German Communist leader Walter Ulbricht I cannot believe the Ameri can people wish to be drawn into a military adventure over West Ulbricht said in an interview with the United Press The interview took place on a few hours after ex piration of the ultimatum given the Western powers by Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev to withdraw military forces from West The deadline ed without The Herter statement pass is a repetition of the extreme posi tion taken by the powers at the outset Geneva Western of the VICTORY RIDE FOR SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION backers of school board members Everett Russell Matson and Ted left to hoist them a victory ride around campaign headquar ters in Little after the trio won in first secretary of the East Ger a recall The three opposed a Communist party and first purge by the three diehard segregationist memdeputy bera of the Ben the elogan of free elec land and Robert all of whom lost their it is proposed that Ameri places on the board in the hotly disputed eleccan troops would actually ad I 1 W V I 1 AP Wirephoto Few Clues vance They would oc cupv Karlshorst present head May 27 Authorities had few clues available today in their quest for two thieves who loot ed an unattended armored truck of cash in the biggest robbery in the Denver area in 57 A woman witness to the day light robbery Tuesday could give officers only a sketchy de scription of one of the Law officers refused to reveal whether they had picked any fingerprints off the truck or an abandoned stolen automobile used for a Their only clue to this areas biggest robbery since the 000 holdup of a federal reserve bank truck at the mint in 1922 was apparently a broken key Tuesdays thieves needed only one minute to open an automatic lock on the truck and toss four bags containing the cur rency in bills and the remainder in bills of denominations and smaller into the stolen car and drive Two veteran guards as signed to the armored motors service truck had gone inside the Jefferson County bank 20 yards away to haul out bags of coins to complete their cash Leonard president of the armored car said the guards with 12 years service the and John with 35 years service follow ed proper See Page 9 May 27 UP prepar ing to leave for Washington today to testify against civil rights declined to comment on an NAACP request for a special grand jury to act on the FBI report on the Mack Charles Parker Two days ago the Justice De partment dropped the case and the FBI gave CoJeman a port on what it had found in its robe of the lynching April 25 of the 23yearold The governor then said he would present the report to the No vember session of the Park River County Grand In New the National for the Advancement of Colored urging an im mediate special grand telegraphed Coleman The possibility is that information which would justify the issu ance of true bills is ready for In the Tribune said today the FBI has solved the case and turned the names over to The newspaper said in a copyrighted dispatch from Washington that it learned from informed sources on Capitol Natura Gas Levies See Page 7 Backed May 27 tf Price Daniel won a preliminary but major early victory today as the House voted 9448 to keep his proposed natural Ben Lewis of Dallas of fered the amendment to cut the proposed severance beneficiary tax of 5 per cent on value of gas and 5 per cent production He wanted each to be 4 14 per The beneficiary tax is aimed primarily at pipeline companies taking the gas out of This cuts the tax revenue from gas in Robert Eckhardt of Houston He said it would eliminate 18 million An earlier move saw the House vote down a corporate income dicated the seek to keep ent It also in governors forces the bill in its pres The first vote taken was on A the corporate income tax as two rival revenueproducing plans collided on the 10th day of the 30day special The House defeated 8261 a proposal by Wesley Rob erts of He sought to eliminate any new taxei on natural Roberts said the natural gas industry will be harmed by Daniels tax proposals because of stiff competition with cheap er gas from Canada and other Then the House recessed until The Senate met briefly then adjourned until Many senators shifted to the house as spectators in the long awaited tax bill Representatives got their first chance at a tax bill today when Speaker Waggoner Carr laid out the general tax measure ap proved by House committee last George Hinson of Min author of the original tax measure considered by the com immediately offered a substitute bill containing all Price Daniels tax recom Dean Johnson of Hous ton proposed taking out the selective sales taxes on cig cigars and liquor in Hinsons bill and substituting a 5 12 per cent tax on net corporate Anything paid under this would be paid half by the fed eral government because there already is a 52 per cent federal corporate income Johnston Any state tax could be subtracted from the federal This is one of the most per fect inflationary measures one could protested Jack Woods of Its another hidden tax on the Faubus Denies Voters Favor Integration LITTLE May 27 Orval Faubus said today the recall of three segregationists on the Little Rock school board Monday was not a victory for the citys In the governor the issue was not integration or segregation but only the dis missal of 44 of the public school Dies Wednesday Traffic Hurts Lester Route injured in a collision of pickups May on Farm Road 1394 six miles west of died in the Navar ro Clinic early Wednesday af about Route wag reported by the highway patrol as the driv er of the second pickup Involv ed in the May 18 He was taken to a Mexia hospital for treatment for minor injur Baldwins death la the sixth traffic fatality in Navarro coun ty during Funeral arrangements were incomplete at press Corley will Extend Cotion Plantin Time 10 3 May A AR to the reopening of extension of the May citys four closed public high cotton planting deadline was Faubus said this is a 23 counties question that could be answer Agriculture Commissioner John by the federal recent heavy ed only rains in Central and East Tex Faubus said the reopening of M forccd tne firat official e the citys high schools would on under pink bollworm con depend a great deal on a three judge court ruling on two st te One of the passed in trol The new deadline is June 10 included these counties Ellis By The Associated Tress Cloudiness spread quickly northward from southern sec tions of Texas Wednesday and temperatures boomed upward with the sun toward summer time afternoon Scattered light drizzle and fop covered many cast and south Texas points with skies gener partly cloudy to cloudy jn Jiose areas and clear in West Texas and the Temperatures before sunrise ranged from 52 at Dalhart to 77 at Laredo on the Rio Grande and Galveston in the Gulf of Thundershowera were expect ed in East Texas and South Central mostly in the and evening thunder storms wore on tap for North Central Texas through Thurs day and in West Texas Thurs Little change In temperatures was looked for in West but slightly warmer weather was expected in other Light rain showers fell Tues day night in a hitandmiss fash on across the Texas A tornado and severe thunderstorm nlert for Clay on the Red expired at S without any severe weather re Another outbreak of stormy weather lashed the central part of the country Tuesday night and more showers and possible storms appeared in prospect Toradoes struck areas in five See Page 7 gave the governor Cor the power to close schoolsPe11 McLennan L i m e s t o n threatened with The other allowed transfer mlth state funds from the a1 Panola to districts with dis placed Thn govnrnor suggested that Rusk TRAIN KILLS WOMAN the second law may be the solution to the citys school See Page 10 Clara was killed by a train Tuesday while she fished from a Southern Pacific Officers said she apparently didnt hear the Veterans Observance Memorial Day Corsicana veterans organiza tions will join to observe Mem orial Day services again this at 12 noon Saturday at the site of the World War monu ments in city Most governmental agencies will be Participating n the services will be JohnsonWiggins Post American Legion Navarro Coun ty Memorial Post 33G6 Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Indies auxiliaries of those two veter ans Mayor Reading will place a wreath honoring war dead of all wars who made the supreme Following District Julge James Scwcll will bring the Memorial Day At the conclusion of the will sound Ta All government buildings and places of business are request ecl to fly the national colors at halfstaff from sunup to sun Citizens having veteran dead have been request ed to visit graveside and decorate the Both banks will be closed Sat Memorial The post office will be closed all day as will the city halltmd courthouse departments with the exception of the law enforce ment agencies and the city fire TOP STEEL EXECUTIVES ADAMANT ON PAY FREEZE NEW May Roger chairman of Steel said today the steel industry is determin ed to resist any wage increase in ough told reporters there is no need for either a wage Or a price increase this The top steel at Falling School Wall Crushes ouston Girl May 27 A heavy brick wall Reynolds Junior High UPI at Mc School crashed to the ground today just as students wore entering for killing a 13yearold Principal Charles Poe said the 10foot sevenfoot high wall toppled suddenly as stu dents were preparing to enter the The Gloria pinned under the wall killed tr Hinsons Johnstons motion to amendment table was successful While the House talked taxes the Senate turned to Price Daniels deficitsolving The Senate State Affairs Com mittee heard two phases of the year increase in all franchise taxes HB2 and re vised bookkeeping of state funds The third part of the of dormant bank ac was introduced in the Senate Tuesday The 10member Conference Committee from both houses began work Tuesday on a com promise appropriation Re porters and taxpayers were barred from the See Page 7 City To Alter Wafer Treatment Procedures Final action was taken by the City Commission Tuesday night in setting June 23 as the date for the special election for the authorisation of the contract with the Trinity River Authori ty for financing Corsicanas part of the Navarro Mills construc tion costs to assure the city a longrange water City officials met in special session for the called purposes of enactment of the ordinance calling the special election and to consider purchase of chemi cal machines for the improve ment of water treatment at the filtration Commissioner Horace Hayes moved final adoption of the or seconded by Commis sioner and it passed A public information steering committee is now being created by interested persons to wage a campaign to win favorable ap proval of the contract negotia Mayor Reading observ ed that the chemical machines were contemplated as a means of providing better treatment to the water supply in an effort to eliminate or reduce the bad taste and odor usually evidenc ed in the He recalled that previously Commissioner Blucher had recommended the city consult with director and professor of biology of North Texas State regarding his Mayor Reading reported Wa ter Supply Superintendent Guy Buck had been sent to Denton to confer with Silvey and was present to make a City Manager Morgan Works wrote Silvey on April 20 and received JL reply dated Aprii 23 accepting the citys proposal that Buch visit him and his ideas on Improving the treat ment In the Cily Man ager Works had requested Ho mer Hunter and who are working on the citys master to inspect the treat ment and offer their recommen which Mayor Heading read to the commission in a let ter of reply to the city mana ge Tho resulting discussion brought out that Corsicana uti lizes a procedure whereby most of the water treating chemicals are introduced into a central mixing instead of a step process and consequently does not obtain as satisfactory a re suit as would bo achieved by a splittreatment process which Hunters Silvey and See Page The Rivera girls Joe Rivera was standing 20 feet nncl watched as the wall crashed down on his Witnesses said Rivera was so paralyzed with fear that ho couldnt move io help the nivora had just driven his daughter o tho school and let hop out in the Another girl talking to Gloria fled to ns tho wall toppled Poe snld he had no idea what caused the wall to It was reported that students often plnyed on Physicnl Education Director Sam ifkowitz said the wall toppled shortly after R Someone cnnie running in and said n wall had he F dashed out to see if Sen Page 3 Raul Castro Is Located Sale Mny 2T UPI Raul chief of Cubas armed forces whose plane had been missing since wns rescued safe and unharmed with throe compan ions Tho plane was sighted In a mangrove swamp on the south coast of Matanzas Province by n search craft thin It had wrecking thn A Cuban Navy plane reportec by radio at that Raul and his party had been taken aboard without All wcro described ns safe and House CONFERENCE TO PRECEDE LUNCHEON Gromyko Slated To Attend Both Capita Events May 27 UPI President Eisenhower will confer at the White House Thursday with the big four foreign presumably to try to speed their negotia tending the 67th annual meetltions afc Geneva for a possible of the American Iron solution of the Berlin Steel said the steel Tne meeting will begin at companies are studying some about two hours form of mutual assistance arbefore the president will be host rangement to combat any diat a luncheon attended by all videandconquer strike by the tnc foreign ministers who United Steelworkers came here for the funeral of The union has asked the JusJohn Foster tice Department to investigate To Discuss Geneva the report on the grounds It Soviet Foreign Minister An would violate the antitrust drei Gromyko will sit in on both Blough said the along with Secretary proposed plan would have nothof State Christian ing to do with dividing British Foreign Secretary Sel as in the plan used last year by wyn Lloyd and Maurice Couva the airline De Foreign Minister There have been rumors In steel circles that the companiesl White House Press Secretary Tames Hagerty was asked if the four would deal with the negotiations at Geneva during their prelunchoon talks with the He laughed and replied I would think Diplomats Arrive The set to begin about waa anounnced after Eisenhower met with May 27 UP Herter to receive a firsthand Bert Combs had the door report on of the almost closed Undersecretary Chandlers 1960 presidential Douglas Dillon sat in on the hopes today by piling up a big lead for the Democratic guberl Horter flew here from Ge See Page Combs Edge Big Blow To Chandler Hopes neva this morning with Lloyd See Page 3 natorial Chandlers Harry Lee was trailing by votes with nearly half of the states precincts Waterfield said it was still a claiming he was ahead in the rural areas in Tuesdays Few ballots had been counted in his home area in ex treme western Offsetting was May the fact that tabulations was ltlta Khrushchev says the Soviets Ready To Hatch Rocket Bases NI So equally slow In Combs native vict Union Is ready to set up eastern Kentucky rocket bases In Albania and It was one of the bitterest Bulgaria to match any the Unl Domocratic primaries In States may establish in In many ways it resembled 16 Italy See Page 3 Bandits Active The Soviet visiting repeated an earlier So viet proposal for a ban on nu clear in the Balkan peninsula to make It a penin sula of peace without any mis MEXICO May The attorney general has coivcd complaints that a gang is operating in the central states of San Luis Potosi and He warned Italy and Greece that rockets based on their holding up trucks territory will attract our rock and generally creating a reign a a of The bases are clearly spear ed by owners of trucking headccl aKalnst the Soviet Un said state and municipal offlion nKainst Albania and other cials wore doing nothing to arSocialist Communist rest the gang which they said trle8 ne flaicl in coun specch totaled around 40 Tuesday in the Alban ian capital remarks were NURSK KILLED reported by the Soviet HOUSTON A car being news chnsetl by a police car struck Italy and Greece go ahead and killed a woman student wltil NATO plans to locate bases nurse us she was crossing the for Americansupplied missiles street Helen killed Tuesday Irene MissPn thoir Khrushchev it will compel us to See Page 10 encies Bill May 27 The House today passed and to the Senate a appropriations Tho funds are for operation of UK am Justice Depart with other agen Included in the appropria tion for the con struction of new maximum serurity federal A Jus tice Department committee has recommended construction of thf prison in The House passed the meas u rn on a voice vote after shout ing down an attempt by John Bell Williams to eliminate a section providing to the Civil Rights Com The biggost was over Iho prison Tho Illinois delegation led a floor campaign o got the first on thu administrations request for which had boon turned down by the House Ap propriations the House passed a bill providing the administration had requested for executive office The bigger appropriations bill carries funds for the fiscal year beginning July Other congressional develop ments Cancer Democratic Richard Neuberger and Lister Hill asked that cancer research bo intensified as a memorial to John Foster Neuberger made his plea before an appropriation subcom mittee studying a money bill for the Department of Edu cation and chair man of the subcommittee strongly endorsed the spokes men told a Senate appropria tions subcommittee that for economy reasons they would prefer money for a new conven tionallypowered aircraft car much as they would like to build one using nuclear pow Witnesses the Navy needs two much money for oth er things to tackle the nuclear ship Just The request for carrier construction funds is part of a general Navy appro priations bill now before the Members of the House and Senate Foreign Rela tions committees announced plans to moot Thursday with Secretary of State Christian Herter for a briefing on the Ge neva here for John Foster Dulles returns to Geneva Thursday af The House sub committee on elections announc ed it will hold a public hearing June 4 on the controversial elec tion upset of former Brooks Arkansas The subcommittee is studying the writein campaign in which seg regationist Dale Alford won Hays Jn major congressional devel opments late Tuesday Foreign Aid The House For eign Affairs Committee approv ed a foreign aid bill calling for a program of below the requested by President The com mittee also revamped his pro gram ao more money would go into economic assistance and less into military The committees action was consid ered a partial victory for the administration because a larger overall cut had been Missiles Two Democrats on the Senate Armed Serviced Com mittee struck back angrily attha which had charged the committee imperiled the nation Eeg Page 9   

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