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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - June 5, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Saturday with scattered showers and thunderstorms no important temper ature changer Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 I 12 I 1 I 70 68 67 68 69 70 71 Complete Weather Report on Market HJHomeoMhe Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Morning lit LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW June trading governments mill CHICAGO Wheat with to 50 cents lower top Cattle Slaughter steer supply too meager for price AP TELEMATS JUNE PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Hard Rains Send Creeks Out Banks Cigarette Tax Boost Protested HAIL PILED resident of looks at hail piled high along a road in the prairie village in the northwest part of the A twohour hail storm dumped more than foot and a half of ice on the AP Wire photo Call USW Policy Panel NEW June B The United Steel Workers uni on today ordered its key in ternational wage policy com mittee to New York to begin dealing next Friday with the deadlocked steel wage The unions call to the 171 man wage policy committee un derscores the lack of any prog ress in the contract talks and the serious deadlock which now threatens to go down to the July 1 strike the international executive board authorized Da vid president of the steel to call the unions top policy making group into McDonald Campaign Planned Against Smoking the meeting he and Con rad Cooper had accused each other inflexibility in the con tract At separate press conference following a twohour bargain Ing McDonald and Coo per blamed each other for what now appears to be a hopeless contract Cooper told reporters that the unions idea of goodfaith bargaining Is when the com panies are giving in to the un ion demands upon the public See Page 11 NJC Enrollment Summer School Is New Record Enrollment in the first six week summer session at Navar ro Junior College has reached an alltime high of 171 Dean Gaston Gooch reveal ed The figure includes the sum tner session day as well as the evening division As compared to the 1958 fig this years enrollment is 18 higher than the 153 register ed in the first summer session June 6 UPI The American Cancer Society began mapping plans today for an intensive antismoking cam lalgn with particular emphasis on In New Timothy chairman of the To acco Industry Research Com labeled the campaign a onesided propaganda The approved by societys board of will be designed to bring to attention of physicians and last A comparable Dean Gooch pointed was in 1951 when there were 159 This he added was due to the influx of a number of veterans were enrolling under the GI This shows our gradual and continued the Dean ad Drunken Driver Takes Life Oi Young Mother LOS June 5 UPI dying mother gave birth to a healthy premature daughter today as she was be ing treated for injuries suffer ed in an automobile Dixie Lee 28 died of a skull fracture min utes after doctors at Sun Val ley receiving hospital perform ed a caesarean section to de liver the 5 pound 1 12 ounce The infant was brought to General Hospital and placed in an incubator where her condi tion was described as She was a month Hortick and her two older children were thrown from car driven by her hus of in a shattering collision last night Hortick suffered a skull fracture and her children were treated for possible skull frac tures and internal The other Allen Clifford a farm laborer from was booked on suspicion of drunk Po lice said he collided with the right rear end of the Hortick he public and particular about cance Howard chair man of the societys specia committee on tobacco and can said a committee of statis social scientists an comnjunlcation specialists landievthe campaign vvuiott h called a total educational The societys staff has bee directed to prepare plans an estimate costs for the prograir aimed at modification of th smoking habit in a Taylor Hartnett said in New Yor that clinical and laboratory re search has failed to support th cancer societys views on lun See Page 10 Name Braselton To Joint Board Hubert a forme has been appointed 1 he joint board of equalizatio for the city and Corsicana In dependent School it wa announced Friday by Mayor R Reading and School Boar President Matt Brasclton will take the plac of Carl Mirus who was r cently appointed when it wa stated Braselton was unavai Minis found that h could not and Braselto then agreed to serve anoth term on the the may and school board preslden Other members of the join board are John Davis an both of whom hav served in this capacity previou The board is expected organize within the next sever days in order to be prepared begin work the first part next Sir ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ftftftftftftftftft ONE WITNESS FAVORS CUT IN SPENDING Majority Urge Sales Levy Over Proposed Plan June 5 UP Only x states have a higher cigar te tax than a witness old a Senate committee today n opposing a 1cent a package head of the Berry ligar and Candy of poke for the industry against ne feature of the 149million ollar administration tax pro ram for The governor has recom nended a tax of 25 per cent of ie price on cigars and tobacco roducts and this will put Texas rastically out of line with sur oundlng he Berry said 26 states have a ower cigarette tax than Texas He could say how many of hese states have a sales The present state tax Is five ents a Federal anc tate taxes equal half the retai irlce of cigarettes in Berry told the State Affairs Committee Arkansas and New Mexico have no tax on cigars and tobacco Okla lomas rate is per cent al etail and Louisiana tax Is about 20 per Leon president of th Dallas Transit appeared in support of a section of the bil refunding the gasoline tax ti city transportation companle Berter Scores Red Berlin Tactics Adenauer Reverse Surprise CONRADS FAMILY HAPPY ABOUT DISTANCE RECORD operate only on city Wardlow Lane of Cen See Page 9 Proposed Hike Student Fees Under Attack June 5 UP An to hike In student activity fees at statesupported college and universities gained tenta live House approval 7562 Thurs Representatives will take u the measure again The people vitally Interestei in higher education want sponsoring Heatlj All the presi dents are supporting Are we going to listen t those high price presidents o to the people who must pay fo it Bill Sa The bill will authorize colleg governing boards to charge u to a year in activity fees exclusive of the a year res dent All but to of th amount now is charged by mos colleges as a voluntary Th two million dollars expected t be raised in 196061 will be use to pay for activities for whlc the legislature refuses to ap proprlate state Bill Houston attacked the measure as poor ly written and It will allow colleges See STUDENT Page 9 Centralized Cancer Drive Proposed By JACK FOX June UPI Leslie head of the Manhattan project that developed the atom said today the nation might well launch a similar scientific attack on General Groves said he be lieved American cancer re search would benefit greatly by a centralized management head ed by one strong pos sibly appointed by the Presi I wouldnt call it a crash Groves said in an But it does bear many resemblances to the prob lem we had of proceeding with certain information toward a tremendously Important It is more a question of pulling together and correlating the progress and work that has been done and is being done in cancer The main objectives would be eliminating cutting down on wasted ef fort and seeing that sufficient money goes to those who show of producing something significant not those who make the most saleable pres now from the Army and a vice president of Remington said he be lieved such a program would have to be undertaken by the government with funds appro priated by I dont believe there would be any difficulty at all in get ting massive appropriations from Congress Groves but pouring out money is not the solution in I would like to see full hear ings on cancer research before appropriate subcommltttes in both House and Senate with those committees keeping a continuing interest in how the project is Groves said the key was strong execu tive with power to put across various programs and exercise decisions of vital importance on which ones to proceed with and which ones to cut down or who made just such decisions working with brilliant and strongwilled scientists In the billion atomic said he wanted to make it very plain he was not angling for any such job But I definitely think can cer research could benefit by such an working with a strong advisory he The man should not be a pro fessor connected with any par ticular approach to cancer re although he would have to be very well grounded on He would have what I can only call the intui tion to decide which programs to push and yet to keep those going with only a faint chance of Its something like getting a party of people out of an old fashioned maze of You may send one man down one but you dont take the whole party Groves saw a need for more comparmentalization of scien tists One he should keep at their ap not even knowing what another group was It would be the job of manage ment to see that pertinent in formation was This cant be a faculty meet Ing of college professors with everyone getting up and speak ing his Groves It needs a businessman type to head Groves said he did not believe such an emergency drive could be undertaken by private or ganization because of the con flicts and fundraising clashe that would result from refusa of present cancer groups toglv up their separate One main obstacle to research ers he is that the get a grant for a years wor and have to spend the last si months worrying how to ge the grant They should be freed of tha he That shoul be the Job of the Four Confess Crime Spree MEXICO CITY Fou young men have confessed to threemonth crime spree whlc included the robbery and slaj ing of three taxi pollc said They said the the olde also admitted serious wounding five other taxi drl i they robbed the armed ro bery of two hotels and stealln three The assaults caused a wav of fear among taxi driver Some struck briefly recently a a and called for moi police By JERRY KEATING LOS June 5 you still have a daddy Thats the way Flying Grand ather Max Conrads family ieeted him by telephone from en Francisco Thursday at the id of his record flight om to os Angeles In a singleengine the 56yearold Conrad I shaved this morn ng Minutes earlier Conrad set is singleengine Piper Coman irand Council Of UGT Opens nual Session By TAL1MADGE CANANT Daily Sun Stuff The sixtyfifth annual Texas rand council session of the United Commercial Travelers convened here Friday vlth members and delegates o he order and its auxiliary In Mayor Welcomes Mayor Reading welcom d them in a joint session in he Cactus Room of the Navarro Hotel at 9 Friday to start ft the twoday It is a pleasure to have yoi vlth he said in We lave no keys to the city to give but you dont need them doors ore We ore mppy to have you and hope you enjoy your grand counselor of responded for the nml said that one of Inn main reasons for the session was the Invitation by John r of Wor a halfcentury member of the fraternal Mn Texar former supreme counse brought KreetlnRK the supreme council of the UCT and old hose gathered here he wns proud to he a member of the order when he comes before such a Nona Belle Faulkner o Waco responded for the Auxll See 10 Absentee Votes Water Election Two absentee ballots hav been cast in the special Jun 23 election to authorize the cit to contract with Trinity Rive Authority on the municipality financing of the local cost shar of the Navarro Mills rescrvol project to assure a longrang supply Absentee voting began Thurs day in the office of City Sec retary and will continu through June he down ot International Alr iort after a flight of 53 hours nd 35 minutes which beat the Id distance mark of miles iy more than 800 miles a professional ferry mat pilot who after a brief rest lies today to his San o said he went without ood and sleep during his lone y But I feel fine a little ircd and very he My greatest problem was didnt know it at the but the Arabs In Casablan a had flavored the tea in my hermos bottle with It turned rancid In no time at all and I became sick Tues day By the time his recordflight vas nearing an end yesterday radioed he would gladly See Page 10 Hew Estimate Spending And Revenue Issued June S administration expects to spend at least but take in more In fiscal 196 than the amount forecast in President Eisenhowers pre cariouslybalanced i was disclosed The revised spendingrevenu forecasts for the fiscal yea starting July 1 were disclose by Treasury Secretary Rober See Page 7 Dynamite fuse Cut By Train DES June A crack Rock Islan passenger train cut a burnin fuse on n suitcase full of 9 sticks of dynamite just east o here keeping the ex pertlymade bomb from goln George west DC Moincs police chief and World War II demolition man said the suitcase bomb was th work of an The fuse were crimped just Schuck Someone reset the fuse agal after the train but th dynamite failed to Ignite eve though the fuse burned right u to the Schuck said the failure of th dynamite to go off was a one in a million The streamline Rocky Moun tain train wa on Its way from the Colorad SpringsDenver area to Chicag It had 180 passengers and sever al crewmen aboard when it lef the station here about 2 The FBI was called into th case to DIVORCEE HAULED OUT OF woman Identified a Jane Orton a 19yearold Is hustled off b Son Francisco harbor police after they hauled her out of the wa The mother of two children battled with police so hard the had to handcuff her before taking her to a hospital for observa June 5 UPI Chancellor Konrad denauer won the support of he Parliamentary leaders of ie Christian Democratic party oday on his decision to remain s active head of the West Ger lan When the 83yearold Adenau r announced Thursday night hat he planned to stay on as hancellor instead of switch ng to the figurehead post of thero was con ternatlon and not a little dis But when he walked out of party meeting this afternoon threatened wideopen split vas averted and he was the The rictory came when the iartys parliamentary group agreed unanimously to ap irove the wording of a state nent In which it gave unlimlt d confidence to Adenauer on he reasons for his Adenauer told the In a etter to Chairman Heinrich that he had to stay on s chancellor to provide the eadershlp he alone had given n the 10 years of this govern ments existence In the presen critical International sltua After the Will Ras a leader of the partys executive told a now conference that the decision ti back Adenauer was unanl Rasner said the threehou discussion which precedod this See Page 10 Gaston Reveals Change In Name 0 Guard Units Artillery and tank units o the 36th Texas Na Jonal have been redes according to a state ment Friday by C commander of the Is Howitzer 133rd Ar headquartered in Corsi He also revealed the sum mer encampment dates at For June 28July 12 ivith practically all of the tim scheduled to be spent In th The units were changed t Combat Armed Regiment an all were given Infantry num hers early In but wer shortly thereafter changed t the redesignations revcale Friday by Colonel The infantry units under th new designation are the 143n The artillery is now In fiv Howitzer battalions with th local one being 1 and I the color It consist of the units at Ker ens and The 131 Rocket Battalion i stationed at The tan SEE Page 10 June lecretary of State Christian Herter charged today that the iommunists have mobilized than spies and in ormers in East Germany In an ittempt to overthrow freedom n the Herter said flatly that West ern coimtcrintelUgenco infor mation shows scandalous and dangerous attempts by the Reds to take over much of He told the latest session of he Big Four Foreign Ministers Conference that it is reliably estimated that there are officers and agents and nformers operating from the East against West Berlin and he federal republic and coun ries Including Scandi He said East Berlin is a cen er of spying and numerous other hostile activities working to ward the complete overthrow of freedom in West Berlin anc West See Page T ICC Order On Hot Cargo Is Teamster Blow June 5 The Interstate Com morce Commission ICC struck a blow at the Teamsters Unlon Thursday by authorizing un firm tend Its routes to get around Teamsters hot cargo boycot The commission gave th Nebraska short line carrier permission to extend It routes from Omaha to Chicag on one hand and from Omaha and Louis to Kansas City on the At the same it ehldei organized trucking firms for go along with the Teamsters t make their boycott agalris Nebraska Although agreeing to exten Nebraskas the commls slon turned down Its request fo permission to transport frelgh See Page 9 DOWNPOURS AT SOURCES REPORTED All Camp Wanica Campers Happy Some Damage Torrential rains Thursday ight and Friday morning In Hill and Ellis counties re sending Rlchland and Cham iers creeks on rampages and Chambers was already out of anks at Hogan Ilghway and other cross ngs while Rlchland was rising mlnously on the The precipitation In Corsl cana hnd reached 2 12 Inches at noon Friday while more than 3 Inches hnd been re corded at numerous other The telephone to Camp Wanl a southeast of Corsicana was mt of order Friday but was In use earlier in the Miss Beuna Allyn who 8 in charge of Camp Fire reported that the scores of youngsters at the camp wera laving a great and the hard rains had not bothered hem A fun program was eatured Thursday Rains Spotted The Thursday afternoon pre cipitation was A number of persons employed at Memorial Hospital along with Long Hearing Slated June 16 Juno B Judge Hugh Glbso today set a hearing for 10 June 16 on a petition to com mit Louisiana Earl K Long to a mental hospital fo treatment for 90 Gibson named three lawyer to represent Long at the prelim Inary hearing tentatively set i Gibsons probate Th lawyers are former Galvesto mayor Adrian Fin and former State Rep John Long can If he desires ask fo a jury trial at the Bu If he Is ruled mentally ill an not in full possession of hi he will be confine to John Sealy Hospital for period not to exceed 90 days as requested in the relatives of patients watched the downpour and gyrations of the hunderclouds from high vantage ArM tn souHnvest the rains wore missed first that section See Page 7 Atlanta Told Must Integrate Public Schools June A Federal District Court today issued a preliminary order for bidding racial segregation in Atlanta public The order came at the outset of a nonJury trial before two federal Judges of a request by 10 negro parents for a declara tion that Atlantas segregated public schools are unconstitu Although a speedy trial had been predicted in the efforts by negroes to desegregate the Atlanta public school the swiftness of the action caught the crowded courtroom by complete Judge Frank presid ingIn the unusual twojudge nonjury said at the outset that the order he would read was of a preliminary nature and that both sides would be given ample opportunity to offer ar guments against the To make any other ruling would only add to the confus ion which he said Is now ram pant In the public thinking about the desegregation Hooper Regardless of the feelings In the whltehalrod jur Seo Page 10 Johnson Warns On Strauss UPI Senate June 5 Democratic Leader Lyndon Johnaon to day deplored pressure tactics in the confirmation fight of Comn crce Secretary Lewis He told newsmen that the Senate Is going to resent pres sure being applied before sena have a chance to read the He said he meant pressure from either Efforts to pressure the Sen i In either direction or to mislead the Senate will cer tainly he He referred to Thursdays speech by George Snmth ers asserting that two messages supporting purp itedly from Florida proved to have boon sent to Smathers without the knowledge of the alleged sign stressing that the Democratic Senate leadership Is taking no sides in the Strauss commented that he has said repeatedly he would follow the course of reading the record and forming his own conclu He hoped other senators who have not already voted would follow the rame made his statement as the Strauss controversy mov e Into Its final phase formal floor debate with the verdict still very much in Even timing of the showdown was Johnson said he did not be lieve anyone is wise enough to when the nomination can be brought to a Republi can Leader Everett Dirksen commented that a lot of GOP senators plan to speak on the Other congressional develop ments Taxes A bill to limie for another year special taxes first levied during the Korean War wny cleared for floor action by the House Rules It will be called up Monday with no amendments The bill which pro the treasury two billion dollars a year Imposes taxes on corporation beer and auto Without the the taxes will be reduced July States rights The Rules Coin also approved for House debute a controversial stntns rights bill sponsored by its Howard Smith It s aimed at preventing federal courts from nullifying state laws on grounds that federa legislation excludes states fronr various such as sedition An Identical bill passed tht House last year but died In th The AFLCIO endors ed a bill which would Ilberallzf federal programs provldinf needy families with food fronr i vernment surplus supplies The American Farm Bureai however that present conditions do no justify expansion of the presen aid Spokesmen fron both crRnlzHtlons testified be fore a Senate Agriculture sub Alford John ownei publisher of the Arkansai a Little Rock news told a House Electloni subcommittee there were mon votes than voters In Dal Alfords upset victory ove former Brooka said thero were more enough extra votes to changed Alfords mar The subcommittee is coftJ ducting hearings on charge that voting Irregularities led tf Sea Page 9   

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