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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - August 26, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                niE WEATHER LOCAL showers through Thursday with locally heavy rain tonight and Thursday no important perature Thermometer Readings 8L 9 10 I 11 I 12 1 3 77 78 78 79 80 51 Complete Weather Report on Market Homtofihe Daily SunandSemlWuHy Morning LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er motors trading CHICAGO WheatrNarrowly mixed twoday Corn Lower September off mixed light to 2E cents lower top steers steady to 50 cents higher top 69 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS AERIAL TARGET Brewe lifts part of an aer ial tow target resembling a bomb that fell from a Navy plane and crashed through the roof of a house he owns at Ensign Robert his wife and two young in the house at the escaped AP Wirephoto Governor Vetoes Three Funds Items A State Hospital spokesman said today the board did not ask Price Daniel to veto plans for a home for old Daniel eliminated the million dollar appropriation Tuesday when he signed the states spending bill for It was approved by the Legislature Aiigi The money was aimed at re placiiig the Confederate Home at Board Executive Di rector Raymond Vowell said I would say it has always been a fire Its a danger ous place and we wanted to re place About 800 aged Texans are housed in the Daniel said he vetoed the appropria tion because it never was re quested by the Vowell said there was a supplemental request for the replacement af ter fires at hospitals in other states and one The governor also eliminated a million dollar appropriation for the Legislatures expenses the next two Daniel signed the measure with no remarks on its except the items he Because of the items the states treasury may show a Iflsli in the Another item vetoed was authorized for the high way department to advertise and attract Daniel said the department now spends and his veto will allow the department to continue and expand the present tourist trav el He vetoed the appro priation for old folks quarters at Austin and other Daniel Be See Page 11 Chest Campaign Goal Set Directors of the Community Chest Tuesday set the 1959 cam paign fund goal at the same as it was last but which was not In making the decision to re tain the same directors took cognizance of the 1958 campaign being shy of its objec and of the shrinkage from the pledges made last year which never were paid in They also took into consideration that next year the Chest faces the problem of finding a per manent home and the likeli housed in the Chamber of Com what it has enjoyed while being uhosed in the Chamber of Com merce office at a monthly ren tal of Campaign CoChairman Herb brought this to the JfcUention of the board and not ed that while the Chest is en joying free office space for the duration of the fund campaign in the State National Bank it can not expect to remain there and must seek permanent quarters at the best rent executive reminded the board that the Chest drive last year started in the red by operating the campaign on new money as it came In from he fund drive and the Chest should have a yeartoyear reserve to finance its fund drive as it came up each rather than out of funds collected from a current At the President Floyd Smith reviewed the ac tion of the budget committee wherein it had recently approv ed appropriations to the 11 See Page 2 Germans Give Ike Heros Welcome 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 Gulf Storm Unable To Get Started HEAVY RAINS SLATES FOR WIDE SECTOR Weather Bureau Says Conditions Not Favorable 26 UP weather disturbance In the Gulf of Mexico struggled hard to grow into a storm today but never made The Weather Bureau said a few rain bands became evident shortly after one in dication that a storm center was attempting to Flat Squall Area But by 10 said the agen the squally area was only a large flat circulation near Cor pus The Weather Bureau said con ditions aloft no longer were favorable for a The squally reported the will move north ward about 15 and spread locally heavy rains through most of East Texas and extreme West Louisiana today and Highest winds expected are 35 Causes High Tides The disturbance brought high tides and heavy downpours to coastal regions for two Galveston residents became sufficiently concerned to alert Civil Defense More than an inch of rain fell at Galveston and more than two inches in See Page 11 Austin Council Grabs Revenue By Rate Hikes 26 In one marathon session Tuesday the City Council raised electric hospital recreation fees and water and sewer connection The council wanted a year in new The council took under advis ment proposed Increases in cemetery charges and fees for plumbing and electrical if would produce another City taxes go up 5 per cent to a new rate of per property Electric rates were increased across the board for com mercial and industrial users The increase will add a maxi mum of 57 cents a month to residential Water and sewer tap fees were generally Room rates in cityoperated Brackenridge Hospital were creased by per Increases in recreation fees include higher fees for city swimming courts and golf A new 50 cents a car admission fee was set for Lake Austin Metropolitan Park northwest of the for Maj through ITALY YOUTH DROWNED WAXAHACHIE Carl Allen drowned in a pond at his home near The youth went swimming after finishing field Legion Faces Racial Battle 26 IT The American Legion today rejected four resolutions seek ing to erase the color line in the Legions the 4C and but readied itself for a floor fight on the Natioflbl convention dele gates approved a constitutional amendents committee report turning down resolutions from Hawaii and mostly on technical Legionnaires backing the move to eliminate a white requirement in the 40 and 8 bylaws said there would be an attempt later in the day to bring in a minority report from the legions internal organiza tion committee and get a roll call vote on the Spearheading the drive to Aid the color line is the Cali L tfornia particularly the San Jose delegates who have tangled with the national 40 and 8 because of their ad mittance of a Chinese American to their local 40 and 8 The American Legion Itself has no race but the f unmaking organization limits membership to white The California group that national 40 and 8 officers some years ago decided American Indians also would The legionnaires were told the problem of national security from a military standpoint is complex because of the lack of experience in the use of modern weapons in actual Lyman Army chief of said the difficulty in providing national security is compounded by the lack of actual experience in battle with modern weapons systems which technology has made As a It is not easy to foresee with clarity the nature which a future nuclear war might Consequently we must extrapolate project from our developing capabili ties in the light of our past ex perience in This is Past war fare was not fought between opponents armed with ballistic missiles and nuclear he A call for arming American aircraft patrolling near Com munist territory was among the more than 50 resolutions coming before the convention today after approval by the National Security A second resolution at the legions 41st annual meeting would ask the Navy to assign additional patrol units to the North Pacific area to meet the threat of Soviet Brought In by the Alaskan the resolution cited increased Russian submarln activity as one reason for the augmented Other resolutions coming be fore delegates would Set minimum strength of th Army at the Nationa Guard at and Marine Corps Substitute selective service for present armed forces re See Page 11 Rayburn Doubts Interest Rate Action Butler Angers Southern Democrats 26 UP Angry Southern Democratic leaders have condemned Na tional Party Chairman Paul Butler and his plan to deal with any Dixie revolt at the partys 1960 A spokesman for Butlers office said Tuesday the chair man will ask the national com mittee to adopt again the rule that state delegations are ad mitted to the convention with an understanding that their state Democratic organization will support the candidates it could be used to bar delegations not committed to support the Some Southern states have aken by legislation or by action of their state Democratic to omit the Demo cratic nominees names from Dallots and to choose uninstruc ted electors to cast the states electoral college if the states Democra ic organization doesnt like the it can withhold its support for them in the elec oral Should this result in no candidate getting the necessary majority vote in the electoral the election would be thrown into the House of Representatives where each state has one to But lers plan developed Strom Thurmond D and Herman Talamdge called for Butlers res ignation or and John Sparkman said some of Butlers recent slate See Page 12 Twins Are Born Aboard Airliner Over Atlantic NEW 26 Twin girls were born aboard an airliner high above the Atlantic today in a drama tersely describ ed in broadcasts from the The William was flying to Bethle to give birth at the home of her husbands He is a airman stationed in The Pan American plane was heading from London to Gan enroute to New when Roland radioed this message Passenger aboard plane in Plane has 1 priority to land at Then another message crackl el Just been advised by steward ess that twins have been Will keep you Page 12 Founger Firm Members Direct Wolens Units Operation of the farflung business Is being entrusted to three young mem bers of the family who have been elevated to the status of according to an an This was effective August Max president Jay vice president Mrs Joe and Louis com prise the executive and will remain in an advisory The three young executives are Jay Dean Milkes and Herb Silverberg who have been Wolens will be In charge of the buying Milkes will be in charge of while Silverberg will be in charge of it was This Corsicanabased chain consists of 36 retail all located in Three new units have been added this the last at Edna this The late founder of the opened his first store in Corslcana in The Wolens Corporation in cludes outlets and the headquar ters which are maintained at South Main street and West See Page 2 chairman of the House Subcommittee on housing said oday President Eisenhower will have to take a new billiondol ar housing bill or If we dont pass this there wont be spite of what the President Albert Rains in a special mes sage asked that Con ress enact separate legisla Forest Expert Is Found Slain In Sports Car forestry expert en route o become assistant professor at Yale University was found shot to death Tuesday in the south ern Idaho Police said today they had a ew clues but believed 37year old John Hunt was murder the son of the Tohn Hunt of had been a forestry pathologist at the Forest Service in He eft there Monday for New Ha and his new teach ng A young farmer reported find ng Hunts body in a kneeling position on the floorboards by right front seat of his for eign spijrts car which WRS park ed on a trail some 23 miles west of Deputy Sheriff Guy Coles said no gun was found in or near See Page 2 THURSDAY ACTION SLATED ON NEW HOUSING MEASURE Urges Capital Marine Patrols 26 IP1 A Texas congressman called today for a few hundred Ma rines to patrol the streets of plagued recently by Omar Burleson spelled out his proposal in the Congressional urging enactment of a bill he introduc ed It would authorize assignment of two companies of Marines as n temporary auxi liary to the metropolitan police Let me make it perfectly clear that the proposal is not intended In any sense as a declaration of martial Burleson He snld he thinks police are doing their best but crime in Washington has risen steadily for six A proposal is pending to add 500 men to the metropolitan but congressional action is unlikely until next tion an increase in the Home Loan Insurance Authority of the Federal Housing Adminis The President said needed FHA insurance should not be combined with features objec tionable to the This was taken as a possible hint of another housing The President earlier this ses sion vetoed a gen eral housing The after failing to override the ve then passed a new measure cut down to Rains assertion that Eisen hower would have to take the new bill or nothing was made before the House Rules Com He was asking It to clear See Page 12 Ross Barnett Next Governor In Mississippi 26 tfl Ross Barnett 61yearbld lawyer and militant segregation will become Mississippis next who publicly approv ed the tactics of Arkansas Orval Faubus in fighting school rolled to a solid victory over Car roll Gurtin in the Democratic runoff Unofficial returns from of the states precincts to day gave Barnett votes for malting segregation i major gained voter sup port which exceeded even his own prediction that he would tarry 60 of the 82 With only a handful of precincts lie led in The veteran who succeeded in his third effort to become said today he will work until the 19 In auguration conferring with oth er governors on segregation and planning his legislative pro Trinity River Hearing Reset 26 The State Board of Wnler Engi neers said Tuesday the Trinity River hearing will be held 15 Instead of The board said the postpone ment is necessary because of the agencys move Into the recently completed state office Houston and thn Trinity River Authority agreed to the post Each wants permits for dams near Livingston and ITS COLONEL wax figure of Edwin father of the oil sits in the chair in which Drake died in It arrived in as part of the communitys oil centennial The figure made by the Nation al Historical Wax Museum in sits In front of replica of Drakes original The children are residents of the taking part in the AP Wirephoto Local Firms Plan To Close On Labor Day A second poll taken Tuesday by the Chamber of Commerce retail trade committee confirm ed that a majority of the busi ness firms represented favors closing for the Labor Day holi day Chairman who was absent a week ago when the first survey was made at a committee meeting called for a new expression so there would 3e no misapprehension that the previous vote had been steam At the earlier he vote had been 7 to 2 in favor of At Tuesday second vote on the the vote was 10 to 2 of those plus reports of proxy votes from several other stores in favor of taking the For this will be a first in years as heretofore this city has remain ed open and invited the trade of other towns whose mer chants Panel members were readvised that the major ity of stores in Dallas and Waco some smaller neigh boring towns will close this It was suggested to the panel See LABOR Page 11 County Group Will Seek New Road Extension Delegations from Navarro and Limestone counties will ap pear before the Texas Highway Commission Friday In the Inter est of extension of FarmMarke road 1836 from near Dawson to Coolidge in Limestone A chartered bus leaves Cor slcana at according to Taylor Dawsor delegation and wil bo joined at Dawson by 25 o more Dawson whilo the Coolidge group will board the bus at James dlstrlc judge will be the speaker before the highway commission for the Other county officials include Sheriff Rufus Pevehouse and Walter Me district County Judge Kenneth Douglas Is on vacation hut arranged for the appearance of the group before the Hart o Corsicana will also make thi FarmMarket Road 1836 be gins at Dawson and extends In a southerly direction 4 12 miles The extension Into Coolidge wil be between seven and eigh miles and will connect will State Highway 171 and other state arteries of Sam Rayburn CD said today he does not ex pect the House to consider this ear the interest rate ceiling on government urged by President Rayburn told his news con I dont think it will be taken because there is not the slightest chance the Senate will do anything this He did not close out the pos of legislation the interest rate on E and H savings bonds jought by individuals from 3 14 to 3 34 per Eisenhower prodded Congress again Tuesday to act before ad ournment on raising gasoline taxes to finance the deficitrid den highway program and to enact minimum essential hous ng legislation But of greatest he old Congress in a pair of spec al is action on re Deal of the interest rate ceiling permit orderly management of the record 290 billion dollar public debt With adjournment time near the President Is likely to Page 11 Public School Teachers Open 3Day Workshop The second annual preschoo workshop for teachers In Cor slcana public schools openoc Wednesday at in the education building of FIrsi Methodist All teachers in the system ivere on hand for the opening session which was prcstdec over by Dana Williams The workshop will last through opening of school nexl Tuesday past president of the Texas State Teachers association who is entering hi second year as superlntenden of the local school sale he expected the workshop to be fruitful and He predicted a good school secretary of the school brough greetings from the Shi said there Is not a town its size In Texas better knowi Sec Page 11 2 Break Jail At Centerville Aug Waco men hack sawed their way from the Leor County jail early today and es They are Samuel am James charged with taking narcotics In a Leon coun ty drugstore Another Waco Franl arrested on the sam refused to flee with his An old Army vehicle used to haul Centerville High Schoo football players is Of fleers believe the fugitives took Boss and Green were arrest ed at a Waco motel RECEPTION S GREATEST FOR VISITOR Jet Transport Needs Hours For Epochal Hop 26 President Eisenhower received heros welcome tonight in this and he helped conquer and re lewed his pledge to stand by Vest Berlin in preserving its reedom against Communist the first American iresldent to visit West lew in from Washington on the first leg of his personal diplo matic venture to London and Fledges Support The American people stand y your he told Chancel or Konrad In my country the name Adenauer has come to symbolize the determination of the Ger man people to remain strong and In the Implementation of determination the Ameri can people stand by your side and they send through me and ihrough you to the German people their best wishes for your successful efforts in this mat i Anticipates Talks And the American people stand by your side In insuring hat the loyal free people of free Berlin will like yourselves continue always to enjoy thats J Like I look forward to the It la for me a great honot Sea Page 11 Will Help Laos In Fight Against Reds 26 United give embattled Laos assistance to build up her army against Com munist official sources reported A formal announcement was expected later In the Informants said the assist ance will Include both money equipment to help the em battled kingdom increase its army of men to President Elsenhower told a news conference Tuesday that Laos had asked for The decision reached after continued talks between the State and Defense Departments Is that the United States should give Laos everything it request In the fiscal year that ended June 30 the United States gave Laos in defense sup port and technical assistance and estimated five to seven million dollars in military According to an unofficial estimate an additional sum In the neighborhood of five million dollars would be sufficient to enable Laos to raise its army to the 20 The next Ministerial Council of Southeast Asia See Page 11 Peace Trip Sets Precedent By ARTHUR GAVSIION 28 The British view President Eisen howers trip to Europe as the start of one of the greatest peace Initiatives undertaken by any American Leaders of Prime Minister Harold Macmillans government view the Presidents meeting with Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev as a chance for Eis enhower to lay the basis for a cold war a live and let live arrangement with Russia In the Hbomb This is a tremendous event and may prove the beginning of new era in the history of mankin1 declared one widely read His object Is nothing less than to save man Ikes mission reminds me of a one veteran British diplomat It Is the sort of thing any British Prime Minis ter would give his all to do yet knows he cannot because mod ern Britain is not strong But Macrnillan is expected to Ull Eisenhower how he thinks Khrushchev can best be handl talking on the basis of own experience in Moscow six months And Eisenhower will tell what Vice President Richard Nixon concluded after his visit to the Soviet The two then will try to work out a strategy which Elsen hower can use in his own en counters with the quickwitted A worldranging survey of the mounting challenge of Soviet Communism Is slated by the two Western The Wests ability to meet the Communist challenge depends largely on the stale of Allied unity in the next few For that reason although Ameri can and British spokesmen would never admit It Eisenhower and Macmillan will devote much time to two of t colleagues whose person alities and policies have aroused controversy among the Allies They are French President Charles de Gaulle and West Ger nan Chancellor Konrad Ade De Gaulles ambition to make franco a powerful nuclear na tion will come out In their talk about the state of the North Atlantic Alliance and De Gaulles demands that the west back Frances Algerian cam Both Macmillan and Elsen lower want a strong Probably they will agree to meet Do Gaulles demands as far as hey But they do not want to Implicate themselves in Algeria or seem to surrender to the French Presidents Relations with Adenauer in volve the longterm problem of an overall German Elsenhower and Macmillan know relations with Russia never will be stable until Ger manys future as a united or country is agreed They also know Adenauer will resist such concessions to Rus sia as a ban on West Germanys use of American nuclear wea See Page 12   

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