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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - August 24, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Considerable cloudiness through Tuesday with scattered showers and thundershowers not much change in Thermometer Readings 8j 9 10 11 12 1 2 73 86 88 j 90 91 92 Complete Weather Report OD Market Bj Ho mi Daily tifthtj LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW 24 most changes gov ernments trading CHICAGO bullish government loan steady light mixed light to 50 cents lower top steers steady top 67 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS At Least 41 Killed In Texas Weekend Violence ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Navy Adamant On Size Of Missile Sub Fleet WING IS DEDICATED The new ex tension of the Church of the Immaculate Con ception School plant was formally dedicated Sunday at 4 by Most Thomas Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of DallasFort Open house was observed after the dedicatory The extension and the school were provided for under the terms of the will of the late James Photo by Taylor Dedicate New School Wing The new wing to the Church Of the Immaculate Conception parocial school here was dedi cated Sunday at 4 by Bis hop Thomas Dallas Fort Worth with sev eral hundred parishioners and friends of the institution attend Following the formal dedica tion of the new section of the school by His Bis hop a program was carried out in the auditorium of the Several speakers lauded the memory of James whose will the school was Welcome Guests Re psstor of the corned Corsicana Bishop Gorman wel and guests who had a part in the construction and planning of the new structure which is con nected with the older section by a covered The new wing contains three a and rest Father Mitchell introduced master of cere one of the executors of the Collins Bill Collins of Corpus brother of Jim also an was the See Page 2 Education Aid Bill Advanced 24 The Senate Education subcom millee today approved a com promise bill proposing a billion twoyear program of fed eral grants to the states for school The measure would put up the money at a rate of 500 mil lion dollars a year starting in the current fiscal on a matched fund The bill calls for a formula considering the wealth and popu lation of each Committee aides said the for mula would work out to cover a range of two federal dollars lor each statelocal dollar in the poorer up to two state local dollars for each federal in the richer Lake Earthquake 24 Iff wash out the milelong engineers raced against time day to secure the Madison chief of er Valley in Montana engineering section of the possible new disaster bred River who last weeks over the estimated The key to hthe danger is from 150 to 400 feet deep Quake a the lake behind it is already formed south side 80 feet an mountain slid is pouring into the lake the valley some Dam at the rate low Hebgen cutting Page 12 the flow of the Madison If this reservoir overtops the slide it could endanger the valley Engineers Poisoning sidered the possibility however remote that it Hundreds Pastors Diners Shifted The Associated Tress Several hundred people were by food poisoning at By outings across the A number of pastoral persons have stricken in less than two were made Friday and day in this area of the Methodist church at the meeting About 145 became ill at the the Central Texas outing of a radio ma cabinet at Glen firm in Sat Corsicana A week at announced at another company 750 persons were The changes include Ernest DeWalt That outbreak was blamed on ham sandwiches from had stood for several in an unref rigeraled Iruck tor of the Cisco died 95degree a heart attack August food struck down 94 peo Lester Davenport to at two group picnics Sun Fort from Fort Cecil to 17 persons were hospitalized after eating Fort from a cafeteria at the Wisconsin Fort In Baker to Fort from Ferris least 15 persons were stricken after attending a religious James Shuler to Ferris from j0 More than 50 victims were still in hospitals in Wyoming to Mei while all but 12 had been Barnett to home from Indiana hos See Page LEGION TOLD CARRIERS MAINSTAYS Giant Parade Preliminary To Business Meets 24 IP Navy plans a fleet of about 40 ballistic missile jbut the aircraft carrier will re main the backbone of sea Vice Wallace Beak deputy chief of naval opera tions for fleet operations and said Sunday that the navy will resist any efforts to increase the missile sub fleet be yond the size Parade Monday He addressed the National Se curity Commission of the Amer ican Legion as part of the Legions annual The Legions mammoth parade got under way at 9 under sunny Some members of the armed forces led the parade through downtown Minneapolis as the 10hour march Among the first units in the parade were the 19S8 national Legion contest No Elaboration Beakley did not elaborate on his comment about keeping the sub fleet but he appeared to be referring to the opinion Page 3 Both Senate Leaders Want Rights Action 24 API Democratic and Repub lican leaders of the Senate said today they favor consideration of civil rights legislation before Congress Democratic leader Lyndon Johnson of Texas listed civil rights along with la bor control and other measures that he said he would like to see acted Republican leader Everett Dirksen of Illinois said he and the Eisenhower ad ministration civil rights Both leaders spoke out in the face of predictions by sen ators on opposile sides of the battle over civil rights that it might prolong the present See CIVIL Page 3 PRECAUTIONS TAKEN Two carloads of teenagers pull ed up at a movie and nine youths jumped carry ing While bystanders the boys quickly pried the hubcaps from their using the claw Then they locked the hammers and hubs in the cars and quietly lin ed up to buy movie SKIPJACK ARRIVES LA Italy SP The atomic submarine Skipjack arrived today in this headquar ters for antisubmarine forces in the 24 Hawaiis two senators and one representative took office to And Republican Hiram Fong twice outlucked Dem ocratic Oren Long and won both the title of senior senalor from the new 50th slate and a sixyear Long drew a fouryear Vice President Richard Nixon administered the oath of office to the two new senators as crowded galleries looked Democratic leader Lyndon Johnson escorted Long are pushing for legislation before Ike Faces Tough European Hurdles By ARTHUR GAVSHON 24 UP All sorts of bumps await President Eisenhowed on his tour begin ning Wednesday of the coun tries where he scored his greatest World War The Presidents main task will be to get Americas Allies used to the idea of the dawning era of Big Two A secondary chore will be to try to qTtspel some of the rancor be tween the British govern on the one hand and the French and West Germans on the oth If Eisenhower can improve relations between British Prime Minister Harold French President Charles De Gaulle and West German Chan cellor Konrad he can approach his meetings with Soviet Premier Nikita Khrush chev with the added authority of leader of p United fl Each of the three major West European government chiefs jostled and shoved the others behind the scenes when ar rangements were being made for the Presidents nineday tour of West for had hoped to meet all his partners together in one place to chart strategy for his meeting with Macmillan wouldnt go to De Gaulle wouldnt go to neither was ter ribly keen to receive Adenauer at the same time as the Presi So Eisenhower will go to all West France and Britain as well as some of the smaller countries of the Atlantic Alliance want first to be assured that a cold war truce with Russia will not spell the end of their defensive part nership with the United They want a presidential pledge that America will not enter an accommodation with Russia at the expense of their own national Eisenhower will probably have his roughest time in De Gaulle wants to restore his country to her old He is demanding active and mainly support for his aim of ending the Algerian war on terms favorable to He is pressing for American help to turn France into a nuclear And he is demanding a voice in the North Atlantic Alliance equal to that of the United States and Eisenhower has arranged to spend more time in private talks with De Gaulle than with Mac millan or has let it be known that he will go all out to quiet any fears the Presi dent may have over De Gaulles Londons Sunday Times and the Sunday Observer re ported from Bonn that the West Germans believe only a happy and nucleararmed Fran ce can make that country safe for the Atlantic The aged chancellor Is ex pected also to warn the Presi dent against appeasing the Rus sians and against any softening of Allied policy toward Soviet Macmillan intends to press his view that any first step toward an accommodation with Russia must be In the field of dis With a general elec tion looming in Mac millans chances would be help ed greatly if the Eisenhower Khrushchev talks boosted the lagging EastWest negotiations for a pact to suspend nuclear pon By all accounts Macmillan al so will keep arguing his case for an early EastWest summit conference to take up again such questions as the Berlin crisis and the reduction of ten sion in central 24 UP President Eisenhower was back a his White House desk today preparing for his meetingfilled tour of the West ern He lakes off Wed nesday at 3 The President ended his 11 Interrupted Gettysburg vacation Sunday and returned to Washington last Rain put the damper on a final round of golf after eight His Irip to Europe is to dis cuss with Ihe heads of the West ern Allies his coming exchange of visits with Soviet Premier Nikita But he will meet other officials and talk of other problems besetting the free First on this schedule of per sonal Eisenhower diplomacy is Chancellor Konrad Adenauer of Then in turn he will see Prime Minister Harold Mac millan of Britain and President Charles De Gaulle of At one point or another along the Eisenhower also will See Page 3 D L n L L A HOME Ray burn Pushes Highways Act ion RE TAKES 91 FIVE LIVES Congress Seats Hawaii Members Deadly Negro Violence Ends New York Truce NEW 24 Police said 15yearold boy las confessed firing a volley of bullets that killed a negro girl and felled two of her compan The shooting was one of a series of violent Sun day street gang viol ence flared again in Manhat lower East Side after threeyear Two other youths were stab bed and two more shot in other which police said were part of a chain reaction set off when one gang invaded anothers Both police were made up of negroes and Puerto One was called the Sportsmen and the other the Forsyth Street The trouble police be when the Sportsmen mov ed into the other gangs terri The Rlrl who was The resa was to be the girl friend of Frank de scribed as the leader of the Page 12 Kindly Deed Crowded Jail Tragedy Cause TOMS 24 Ocean County tor said today the disastrous county jail fire Sunday was caused by mJlchos or a iiuhtuJ cigarette passJ to a prisoner in a padded Howard the prosecu said one of the two trusty inmates handed a oigarf and matches or a lighted cigarette to a General a Lakewood man held In the padded cell on a drunkenness1 The fire that broke out In the cell filled the jail with caused an explosion and Sen Page 2 to the Senate Fong was accompanied by Republican leader Everett Dirksen R In the Daniel 34yearold World War II hero who lost his right arm fighting in raised his left hand and took the oath as it was administered by Speaker Sam Rayburn He was escorted to the rostrum by John McCormack House Democratic After Rayburn administered the oath to members of both political parties arose and McCormack told the House today marked the first time in 160 years there had been no territorial representation in the He said a total 169 delegates from 31 territories have sat in the On the floor today was John See Page 12 Stabbed Coed Cant Escape Her Attacker LOS nude coed who ran scream ing from her attacker was found stabbed and dying in her fiances flat Sunday Police launched a search foi a mysterious intruder as hei Linda Edna a tal ented pianiat and graduate mu sic made a desperate effort to escape her She unclothed and shriek Ing in down a stairway to a side where she smashed the doors glass pane in a franctic effort to gel But she failed to break and collapsed Officers See Page 3 Hungry Child Irks Russians ward Stclchens photograph of a Chinese child holding an emp ty rice bowl has been removed from the Family of Man dls play at the American officials said today It was pulled down in response to So viet Exhibition officials said Di rector Harold McClellan first explained to complaining au thorities that the picture was meant to be a universal symbol of hunger and had a rightful place in the collection of the famed New York But he agreed to the removal last week after liaison authori ties were backed up by president of the So viet Union Chamber of Com merce which helped McClellan arrange the 24 House Speaker Sam Rayburn trying to bring agree ment on a way to keep the in te highway program from bogging said today the money must be found to keep it Weve reached the point now where weve got to have some money from some he told a news Rayburn spoke as key House Democrats planned to meet in an attempt to work out an ac ceptable financing He con firmed reports that he is meet ing with members of the Pub lic Works Committee later in the day to discuss a plan work ed out by the taxwriting House Ways and Means The now backed by Ray would increase the three cent federal gasoline tax by one VIEW UNDERGROUND CENTER DRAWING Leo director of Civil Defense Lyndon center and Frank Ikard pose with a drawing of an underground regional control center the Office of Civil Defense plans to build in The twostory under ground structure would replace existing aboveground facilities Legislation providing funds for construction await President Eisenhowers AP Wirephoto cent to finance the highway Democrats on the Public Works which must approve any plan that is sent to the House balk ed last week at accepting the Rayburn conceded that he has abandoned his view of earlier this year flatly opposing any boost in the gas The Elsen hower administration wants a 1 12 cent increase with no diversion of funds from other A new compromise plan of fered by Frank Clark would involve a half cent increase in the gasoline plus of half jfhe 10 7er cerii excise tax on auto mobiles and all the S per cent See Page 2 Open Hearings On Appraisals Local Industry Special which will last through were be gun Monday morning in the city hall courtroom by the joint city and school board of equall on the new appraisal the schools had made of STATE HOME HEAD Pete Shotwell Is the new superintendent of the Corsicana State appointed last week to the vacancy caused by the July 2 death of Don Jack He has been business man ager of the Waco State Home almost 10 A native of he formerly was a school teacher and executive and will move to Corsicana He is an active church and civic zation which all Industrial and manufactur ing taxable properties within the independent Superintendent Dana Wil liams advised thai the school trustees has employed the firm of Thomas Pickett Company of same as used by the to make a reappraisal of the taxable values of all railroads and manufacturing concerns in The outside firm has made its recommendations for the re evaluatlon of all based on industrial its ap to the board of equali zation and the management of each concern was notified of the opportunity to meet with the board for a hearing on the proposed Board members are Hubert John and Wed Davis is in charge of the appraisers Pickett for Thomas First Checks Navarro Mills Land Received The United States of America has issued its first checks In payment for land In the Navar ro Mills dam and reservoir It was learned Warranty deeds filed at the courthouse showed the govern ment purchased two tracts of and from et located In the James Smith and Thomas Wright There are acres In one which sold for and In the other which sold for It was learned Monday morn Ing Slater has received both checks for the The Slater property is located where the new dam and reservoir will be located on See Page 12 Cotton Lag The Census Bureau reported to day that running bales of cotton from the 1959 crop were ginned prior to This number compared with bales ginned from the previous years crop to the cor responding date a year The ginnings by states this year and in running bales Included Arizona and Cali fornia and New Mexico none and none Okla homa none and none Texas and Drownings And Traffic Claim Heavy Casualties By The Associated Press An upsurge of traffic fatali an apartment house fire at Pampa that killed five and a rash of drownlngs push ed the weekend violence toll in Texas to Traffic Toll 21 Of the 41 21 died in the crush of Texas The weekend violent death toll count by The Associated Press started at 6 Friday continued through midnight Five members of one family died in the Pampa apartment Two patrolmen discover ed the One ran to wake up the occupants while the raced to turn In a fire Three Escape Killed as flro swept the three story structure were Lewis 42 his 41 two and 8 and a Betty Three other sons of the Stones survived the Rus was hospitalized fot smoke inhalation and an injured leg suffered In Norm an Ray and Leslie escaped without ser ious Leonard Lllburn 5Bt See TEXAS Page 8 Jail 5 After Odessa Brawl Nan Loses Leg 24 UP brawl in which three men dis armed and slugged a peaceof left a chance bystander n a hospital minus one leg to day leu and five persons jailed in of In bonds and State Highway Patrolman Jimmy Nail said the battle start ed early Sunday when he stop led three men outside a beer It ended 12 miles north of this West Texas oil where the trio and thoir women companions wrecked a In a rifles accidental discharge shattered tho loft leg of Billy Joe who an swered Nails call for assist Doctors Inter amputated his leg below the Barker recently moved hero from Nail said he halted the three men near the tavern on the north edge of whore a Dartcnder refused to serve them because they were the patrolman this Is what happened One of the trio snatched Nalla pistol from the fired one shot and held the officer at gunpoint while the other two men struck Jumping Into a car with the two the throe men fled See Page 12 List Quarterhorse Winners By CLYDE MURRAY Dally Sun Staff At least 147 horses vied for honors at the Fairgrounds Sat urday night in the performance phase of the second annual Cen Tex Quarterhorse The 1 halter show also attracted considerable interest and a large Some of the countrys top and were on hand to receive the seven trophies and many ribbons awarded by the quartcrhorae association and donated by C rsicana Norfleet Visitor The evening show climaxed a fine afternoon halter show hat saw 90 horses exhibited and which had as its special ueats some recognized quarter lorse Including Frank 99yearold adventurer and former Texas Ranger from Hale Terry president of the QH Indicat ed that he was pleased with he number of horses In the show and especially pleased that so many outstanding horses ivere from and Pete publicity reported that the only two years show ed tremendous drawing power from among quarlerhorse own ers from a wide Art and were Only the trained eye can give the performing quarter horse the just and this Is especially true in the cut ting where pen alties can he Winners Announced Winners in the seven classes were the following horses Senior Dolly Brian junior Brians Holly senior Crcsson May junior Cutter sen ior Susan Cody junior Bit OBundldo open Brians To compete in six events of the performance horses had to perform In the halter the open cut ting class gave other horses a chance to Brief Shower Aside from a brief but hard shower Saturday the show enjoyed perfect Sanders said many per sons were responsible for niak Ing the show a success and ex tended his and the associations appreciation to The quarterhorse show is I one of several events sponsored by the which is I made up of members from throughout Central Halter Show Wheel exhibited by I Cletha Karr I and Paula exhibited by I the Plnehurst I were named grand champion I stallion and mare respectively I at the halter show Saturday Wheel Around emerged as I the winter of the 1956 stallion J class and then went on to cop I the highest honor among Paula Nlte came from class of 1955 or before Brand O a 1959 stall lion exhibited by Aubrey Laynol of was named ral serve grand champion stallionl and Snlppette exhibited by the Johnson Quarterhorsel was reserve grand champion In the mares Ninetyfive horses were tered in the halter show which See HORSE Paga 2   

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