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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - April 4, 1959, Corsicana, Texas VOTE PORT ANT SCHOOL ELECTION TODAYPOLL THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Sunday warmer Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 59 63 67 72 I 73 74 1 75 Complete Weather Report OD Market flJHomeofthe DailySunandSemiWeekly Morninaliihtff LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESSUN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMA1 258 APRIL 1959 PAGES NATO Warns Russia West Berlin To Ike Tags Appeasement Dishon IEAVING BY small boats are Justered around a house in suburban north of as residents were Floods Rout evacuated as the Rock River continued to A new count showed almost homeless in the Rockford AP Wirephoto By United Press International Spring soaked New England and the Midwest Sat chasing more than persons from their homes and climaxing a week of turbulent Some persons were home less in the industrial Rockford area in northwest Illinois and the rampaging Pecatonica River threatened another with evacuation in nearby Sudden floods in Wisconsin drove 360 more into temporary Evacuations were begun throughout New England as sudden floods swept through parts of Vermont and New Hampshire and threatened towns in Connecticut and Rhode The watery onslaughts capped a week in which Southern tor Eastern fog and North ern rains took 20 The tornadoes and high winds killed 10 persons in three dn Florida and one in Oklahoma while Wisconsin and Vermont each reported a single flood At the swollen Rock River threatened to surpass its highest crest in a peak of 63 inches recorded in Winnebago County Chief De puty Emil Heideman said an other sixinch rise over the pres ent 59inch level would send the Rock surging into the citys business The Milwaukee River slam med into the Milwaukee suburbs of Glendale and Mequon and See Page 9 Mexican Strike May Save Cash MEXICO April 4 The Easter holiday strike could in time save the government money through a cutback in needless railway it was Indicated The general management of the National Railways an nounced it was halting hiring of railway although the total given jobs was far short of the number working before the The management said that it had enough to run the rail roads normally and that from now on it would hire only a few more office Some unprofitable lines or might be it was When the powerful railway unions last month demanded more money for workers al ready among the best paid in Mexico the government op erated lines said they were run ilng at a Officials said that one cause of this was topheavy person but the syndicate leaders to permit tjiem to trim he payrolls of unneeded work When the Easter holiday strike was ordered by leftist labor the government declared the strike and said management could fire all See Page 5 Mayor Secures Black Rambler To Trim Smog LOS April 4 Norris who turned in a Cadillac for a smaller car which he claims causes less has received a new The mayors new official car is a sixcylinder mode with conventional one of 20 of the smaller cars purchas ed by the police Poulson was at a national health conference in Washing last year when he decided to turn back his offt cial Cadillac to dramatize his claim that Detroit automakers were not doing enough about the problem of auto exhaust which pollutes Los Angeles Since the mayor has ridden in a pink Rambler loan ed to him by a USW Chief Sees Tough Fight April 4 UPI United Steelworkers President David McDonald Indicated Friday the union may not commit itself to a slate of Inflexible demands in seeking a new agreement with the steel industry well before contract expiration June McDonald admitted to 200 district 16 USW delegates here that it would probably be rough to get any sort of a While not Indicating he was prepared to modify demands for a reported billion dollar wage McDonald ad mitted the steel industry is in no mood to grant anything like a dollar an He said the union would be shooting for a honorable settlement well ahead of the deadline when negotia tions open on an industrywide basis in New York May We dont want a the graying labor chieftain cau tioned delegates from 60 locals from the heart of the nations primary steel contending the in dustry was not prepared to grant anything like a sixhou day or fourday said he did not intend to lead oui people into any fight they can not and we cannot win whose address highlighted the twoday con clave ending also took a backhanded swipe at gov ernment intervention which ha said would lead ultimately to oeacetime controls on wages and McDonald denounced a recent proposal by Estes Kefau ver that steelwork ers wages be tied in with cor responding increases in produc A recommendation of this type would be a big step toward a controlled McDon ald McDonald said we will nevef live to see the dav when out economy is not completely con if Kefauvers sugges tion were That is why I ooened my big fat mouth and told off 9 certain he re1 ferring to his injunction to fauver to keep his nose out of my The labor chief also blasted a recent statement by Robert Steel f 1 nance committee that blamed rising labor costs for price Let em lay off the bunk and tell the people the he McDonald said reports by big steel showed total em ployment costs decreased in 1954 and 1958 He said despite declining m ployment costs in 1953 and Steel boosted six times in those years for a total of a McDonald said at a news conference after his address he had under consideration a threemonth vacation plan for every five years NEWLYWEDS ROBBKD CANVEY April 4 burglars who broke into the home of newlywed and John Chambers Friday night stole nearly and ate the wedding WEAKNESS AT BERLIN HELD FATAL Asserts Freedom Costs Variable Around World April 4 Eisenhower said today that a course of ap peasement in the Berlin crisis would be not only dishonorable but the most dangerous one we could He also asserted that the Uni ted States and its friends want to settle international disputes at the conference table and not on the Part of Effort In a speech at the spring convocation at Gettys burg described the Com munist threat to Berlin as part of a continuing effort to win world 1 The mere handing over of a single he could not possibly satisfy the even though they would particularly like to elimi nate what has been called the free worlds show case behind the Iron even if we should ac quiesce in the unthinkable sac rifice of two million free Ger such a confession of weak ness would dismay our friends and embolden Cpmmunists to step up their campaign of The course of appeasement is not only it is See Page 10 Voters League Backs Adoption Of New Charter The Corsicana League of Wo men Voters endorses whole heartedly the proposed city char announced in a state ment released Saturday morn ing to the In line with its general belief in the improvement of govern ment at all three state and more specifically as a result of study of the proposed charter on its local the league has asked to be put on record as strongly favoring the adoption of Corsicanas proposed new As a matter of the league never supports parties or candidates as an but may take a position on an issue which is included in its when member consensus has been Rhe statement pointed out that league members particular ly approve the greater control given the voter with the inclu sion of referendum and and the pinpointing of responsibility to make possi ble a true CommissionManager local The league recently heard a discussion of the pros and of the proposed charter by members of the local and at a subsequent the present and proposed char ters were compared and dis cussed section by The league concluded Its study Thursday night with a town See Page B Reds Reinforce Trooi Bhicher Explains Absew PETROLEUM COUNCIL IS STARTING STUDY SERIES April national Petroleum Coun an advisory is swing ing into a new series of studies for the government in the in terest of national One special committee is studying how the oil and gas industry can make more effec tive use of radio and Its chairman is Morgan president of Humble Oil and Re fining Another headed by president of Pure Oil is making a new survey of facilities for the stor age of oil and oil A third is reviewing plans Hoodlum Faces Deportation On Dope Conviction NEW April 4 UP Italian born Vito who reputedly made 30 million dollars in the has been convicted of heading an international narcotics A federal court jury Friday night found him guilty of con spiracy to violate the federal narcotics Fourteen of his 15 codefendants also were found The conviction carries a man datory sentence of at least five years in with a maxi mum of 20 Genovese is During the threemonth the government charged the de fendants were members of a multimilliondollar ring that imported heroin from Puerto Rico and Eu who been free on had his bail raised to He was al until Monday to raise additional Four other defendants also were continued in bail by District Court Judge Alexander See Page B Turkish Aide Causes Change COLORADO April 4 protocol went out the window Friday when Tekin Aribururi of Turkey and his two aides ar here on NATO The Broadmoor Hotel obllg ngly billeted the aides in the same On their some changes were Francis Leclerc of the French Air one of the generals is a Serefnur Savli of the Turkish Air the other is a for emergency mobilization of the oil and gas industry In event of a national This committee is headed by Walter who has been chairman of the council since its Hallanan is president of Plymouth Oil The studies were requested by the Interior with See OIL Page S Even Sidewalks In Tokyo Are Booked Solid By RONALD KHISS April4 Lhe sidewalks are booked solid for crown Prince Aklhltos wed ding Friday to Michlko police said More than people from 261 organizations have reserved frontrow space on the side walks along the rbute the imperial couple will follow in ft maroonandgold carriage after the Most of Tokyos hotels hung out novacancy signs for th big day weeks Leading cabarets are sold out for the night of April and the Na tional Railway Corporation ex pects trains from outlying pro vinces to be jammed from Apr 9 The lucky will get the choicest complete with folding An additional one million people are expect ed to jam the sidewalks be hind them on a first served Shopkeepers and homeown ers along the route are doing a brisk business selling space on upper floors to persons anxi ous to watch the colorful show Right now the price is about See Page 10 Teamster Agent Found Guilty April 4 Teamsters Unions Jack was con victed of arson Friday in last summers dry cleaning shop fire that figured in the Frank Kier dorf human torch death in A Genesee County Circuit ourt of nine women and three men brought in its verdict against a Team sters business after four hours and 23 minutes of deliber a pal of a Teamsters business faces a maximum penal y of years In Judge Stephen Roth set May 18 for Fred Blucher wrofl city manager a letter Satd a copy of which was furl ed the Daily and copy mailed to the mayor city notingl had received news of illnesaj the family which caused to miss an appointment day at the designated time city was to give him to questions he had posed viously concerning the constrl tlon of the new disposal plq and sewer The former city engineer formed the newspaper he mi ed his original letter to Cl Manager Morgan Works Satl day sending a copy Mayor Tom Eady and the col almost simultaf ously with furnishing the pr a His letter is presented batlm April 19 Morgan Works City Manager City of Corsicana Dear Sir Your Special Delivery lettl under date of April 191 which was also registered Post Marked Apl was delivered and placl See Page T Truman Claims Fear Is Reason Alcorn Quittim LOS April 4 UPJ Truman said Frid night Meade Alcorn quit chairman of the Republican tional Committee because was scared to death of Democratic victory in He just wanted to get o of the the smiling President said in a planes press conference at Internatlo You mean he was afraid a Democratic victory in I9601 le was Of thats the rcasoi he said Alcorn resigned his post national chairman on The 74yearold former chief executive arrived on a flight from Kansas City to speak Sat urday night at a banquet open ng the California Industrial Trade Fair and Scores of persons were walt ng as he stepped smiling off the fourengine Trans World Truman wore a nattay dark a grey hat and a blue and carried a bulging jrown The former President shook lands with Ed promi nent Democratic state figure See Page 9 Hopes Proceeds To Finance Australia Michigan Man Auctions Farm By MARGUERITE DAVIS April 4 Yankus auc tioned off his 100acre farm to day rather than let the govern ment tell him what to do with The 40yearold chicken farm er will use the which he hoped will amount to to move his wife and three children to The white brick and clapboard home and vir tually all its contents the big gray barn and the white leghorns now housed In tractor and com bine and truck all were of fered for sale in Yankus pro test against a government which forbade him to raise grain and seed for his Yankus did not foresee this day when he began his oneman rebellion against agricultural acreage allotments and subsidi es back in He said he never thought popular opinion would permit the government to dictate his use of his own and then seize that property as payment of fines when he ignored the federal re The government told him he could grow only 15 acres of He needed 35 anrl that was what he planted and harvested to feed his fowl rath er than accept government handouts for not planting the He was fined more than in penalties and interest and that he was when he de cided to move to Yankus said he received about in donations from persons who approved of his offers which he refused from The individual contributions ranged from given by a Detroit he to many of one But what I needed was peo pie who would fight for what is he Sentiment was high In this farming community of approxi mately and about evenly John Yankus neighbor down the regrets his de Keller earlier wrote to President Eisenhower asking him to intercede in the bui received no Hes a good hes got a good fight and we could keep it alive better with him Keller The opposition generally con See Page 10 guml here pod ed wil But off by thur R left Essex Cd Police a fitted leader of til TROOPS FIGHT from Fort fight brush and timber fire on mountain near to savi small community from pushed 1J blacked or more troops fought the fire before or CAP Wirephoto ;