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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - April 29, 1959, Corsicana, Texas I f T f I THE WEATHER LOCAL cloudy and warmer through Thermometer Readings ft 9 IlO 11 j 12 1 1 1 72 76 1 80 82 83 84 85 Complete Weather Report en Market Homeofthe Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Mornino Litf cha liquid top to lower top 279 LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN 1TED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS APRIL 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS i ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft DIFFERENCES STILL REMAIN AMID ALLIES M arsaw Pact Solid After Mating April Allies have agreed to take a tough stand be ginning of the Geneva foreign ministers conference with the Soviets next informed diplomatic sources The Western foreign minis ters were said to have decided this at the first session of their planned threeday Paris strate gy talks designed to bring about a solid Western position of agreement meeting with the Russians in Swiss Agree On Agenda At the same the sources Baid the West has agreed on a agenda which it will propose to the Soviet Union at the start of the Geneva talks May These include diplomatic sources pro Tided the guidance on develop ments at the session after the foreign ministers had to impose a shield of secrecy around their discus sions l Double Mteeting Secretary of State Christian Herter met for two hours and 20 minutes at the dOrsay with the British French and April Mennen Wil liams drafted a timetable for fiscal collapse today after ing payless paydays for law makers and The longfeared order follow ed an unexpected decision by Senate Republicans Tuesday to shelve a stopgap plan for cash ing in the veterans trust This will do incredible and lasting damage to the Williams It is a disaster of the first Williams scheduled a Cabinet meeting today to formulate an orderly program for the suspen i City Invit COON DOG TRAPPED FOR SIX DAYS FINALLY FREED April 29 UP The House rejected the Senates 2 12 billion dollar general spending bill today and asked for a conference committee to i work out Then it killed 1179 an ef fort to instruct the conferees to i i write a oneyear appropriations bill if there is not enough DENIES SLOW IN FILLIN DULLES JOB W NlXOH Possible ernate Summit CASTRO en route to Buenos Aires and met Cuba Armed Monday Meeting Mayor Reading an nounced Wednesday that invita tions had been extended to rep resentatives of the State Health j Department and the Law and After chipping a passageway Ethics Committee of the Texas to wjtnin inches of the vol Society of Professional Engiunteers set off a small charge neers to attend a meeting MonLf dislodging a boul April 29 UPI Grimy rescuers freed Little the nowfamous Owasso coon shortly before noon today and rushed him to a veterinary They said the hound was in good calm out of the cave to the cheers of the day of his ly walked er n lt 1 e Richards Forces at a AP April West Francis Walter t i i t i met again for They hqurs Their to line up n agreed Western strategy in iprepiaraitlon for the Geneva The tough Western the sources would union leader See Page 3 osa Strait Attack Rumored Diversion Bridges at his in HtfodiTcnd R bill today tobar i fl oor otticials from interlering Jwith overseas shipments of de fense materials during a na tional emergency or chairman of the House Committee on UnAmer ican said his pro posal was prompted by testi mony before the committee by president of the Inter national Longshoremans and WU r Say Sputnik III advocate a But he added If Ifelt doing that would keep the United States from going into such a suicidal A Williams halted processing of about 325 checks totaling more than for the Legisla Supreme Court and cir cuit A decision was pending on what to do about a welfare bill due Williams said the payroll scheduled May 7 for 000 other state in cluding will not be met unless emergency funds are pro See Page 12 Miami B Warehousemans Union Bridges said last week he be lieved that if the Chinese Na tionalists invaded the main he would advocate a long strike against pos rtpm arms The Communists have raised the sible shipments of arms possibility of a Chinese in the Formosa Strait Bridges he wuld not an to support East Germany in swer specifically at this stage event of a showdown with thejof the game whether he would West over diplomatic sources said They said such diversionary Chinese action was threatened in an article published in the official East German Commun ist newspaper Neues land as Chinese Defense Australia April ter Peng TehHuai arrived in 29 South Australian East Berlin to attend Fridays scientists believe Russia s Sput May Day nik launched May The written by a may have disintegrated early Col East German today in a brilliant shower of military attache in acsparks over the sea 200 miles cused military leaders of south of making provocating speeches head of Adelaides about Berlin and said Moon Watch said a These military adventures brilliant sky object seen by iou and schemers who advocate an south Australians may have been to WeSt Berlin part of Sputnik possibly the recall the declaration nose making a final plunge that the government of thehnto the earths Peoples Republic of China will A scientist at the Woomera consider any attack by the imResearch Establishment said he perialist powers against the and some of his colleagues German Democratic Republic an thought it might have been attack on the whole socialist sputnik III because the direc camp and will support the retion and speed were till H t b1 ing theToss of life in the Unit ed my position at the moment would be I think I Walters said today Bridges testimony was a warning and a challenge which the govern ment of the United States must accept before it is too It is not enough for us to wince at his Walter said in a We must Local British Plane Inside Turkey April searching inside Turkey today spotted the wreckage of a missing British plane that had been feared down In Russia with secret of Ort 111 flTVl Ofl I oHrtQlfl Lll Jill L tlUUtli Royal Air Force headquar have an effective weapon to be L here announced the employed the very moment he c 12 0 crashed on and those like him aeek to stifle gubhan Dflgh Mountailli an our efforts to protect this volcan0 north of Lake Van in eastern The Walters proposal would add area is about 100 miles from a new section to the 1954 Comthe Russian border and about munist control It would 25 miles off the planes prohibit any labor organization Officials held out little hope representative from anyone survived the instigating or taking any tion that obstructed foreign it had been feared that the shipment of defense materials plane had been shot down by during wartime or a presidenSoviet jets inside Russia and See Page 12 Puppet Lama Rebuffs India April 29 Chinas puppet ruler of the Panchen today rerescue team which had beeu iected an invitation to visit Instanding by since left tf 1 i n day at 2 when the consult ing engineers have been in structed to appear to tore the boulder questions raised about construe Little on the sixth tion of the new disposal plant land outfall sewer The mayor said the commis sion met informally Tuesday afternoon to resolve whether to invite the Law and Ethics com mittee and whether to confirm an invitation he previosuly had extended to v director of the Division of tive Committee of the American i Water Pollution Control of Legion today picked Miami State Health for the 19GO conven He said Parkhlll of tion El chairman of the engi Las Vegas and De neering societys law and ethics troit also had been under con i He was said 13year old Bill He wagged his tail and walked up the ledge so they could put him in the The final piece of stone bar ring Little Richard from free dom yielded at John Tulsa said the dog ap money for Kill O Bon H April 29 UPI T President Eisenhower said today he was very much disappointed by the passed labor reform Ha expressed hope that the Houso ould strengthen The President told a news conference he felt the Senate deal properly with SXT jrieauy or ra u fl pyear Tear Move Lewis of Dallas ng plan agree n eay o a to the individual states of juris chairman of the In l cimirman or tne locaj dlst priations pppoaed the wherc the national labor oneyear He said its effect tiona board hag rcfuacd to moVQ Via In rtfain i Then a man wjth a jackhampeared to look considering his Little Richards barking spur red rescuers on throughout the pian is necessary to keep would be to drain away current jn operating funds col pensions and other serv ices during the next four Not Strong Enough Eisenhower said the Senate approved 90 to 1 Satur c See Page 2 ToH Leg Bill Lim departments operating after start of the new fiscal year No Revenue Bill The difficulty Is that the highlights of news conference In his first month April National Execu He saw no reason for Clare Boothe Luce to resign as ambassador to Ho April 29 Step Legislature been unable to aPProve a her remark yesterday about to finance state operations in Sen w Morge fiscal The House and haye been madviged but Senate have approved varying WR8 perfectly human and not versions of how much to intended as an overall that but the general fund Is aHparagcment of the ready 64 million dollars In the Luce had said Senate Constitutional AmendNo money has been found t i t m I LI i t i t ff I G L LLuC XT U A V Cil L4 w AO had contacted theUideration for the 42nd annual solid from Gulf Coastjyet in sight Amend her dif me X v I J B B B city earlier advising they had convention next Denver is and big city approved been invited by Reaves believed to have the pole a measure Fort consulttion for the 1961 ing and planned to Tentative dates of have a representative were accepted by the exe but would like an invitation to cutive committee at a meet be extended also by the ing in the National Headquar Mayor Reading said the comters in The dates mission decided they should inwere recommended by Thomas vite and he had director of the City of Miami Beach Convention Bu critic and was yet in kickedIn thehead by a horse HeHtlys motion to rejpct thaseveraj Bff0 spending bill 30 Speculation milliondollars lighter than the He rojected speculation that House was not opposhe waa reiuctant to have Christ Kongopassed A conference committee is jan Herter to succeed See Page 12 OKI April 29 The action actually Gdvences the Miami Beach convention by a Previously it had been named as the 1961 convention Smith also invited the Le gion to hold its 1963 conventions in the Florida The 1959 convention site pick ed a year ago is the twin cities area of Minneapolis and Daniel Asking Watch the sight M i f pelling of sUch anattack with s deputy Moon A the means at its said details of tt0 Weinhold did not explain how ing were sent to scientists at thousands of miles the gmuhsonian Astrophysical See Page 12 Laboratory in that Soviet intelligence agents had gained access to the se cret equipment which was bound for the Woomera Rocket Range in The plane disappeared last Thursday and Britain imme diately launched an air search Red from its bases I A Royal Aifr Force mountain ikS Curb dia for peace talks with the selfexiled Dalai Indian Prime Minister who granted the 23yearold Dalai Lama asylum after his flight from the Chinese Commu had suggested the meet ing as a move to end the Tibet an The Panchen Lama stood by the claim of the Chinese over lords that his holy colleague had been Nehru has branded as a lie Communist claims that Dalai Lama is a for the Turkish City of Diyake the nearest useable arifield site in the It still faced a 300mile over land drive to the which lies In a tiny triangulai projection of Turkey near the T T 4 I U I House Space Dates are Min mittee today tentatively authorneapolls was host for the first ized a appropriaNational Legion convention tion for Americas space proheld in gram in the fiscal year start ing July Final committee action was i expected Only one item was deleted from the administration re AUSTIN April Price Daniel asked the Legislature today to pass a law requiring that the purchase of controlling interest in a state bank be approved by the state banking In an emergency message to the Daniel said Commissioner Falkncr complained that persons inex rcsentation The tional amendment will limit any county to nine representa tives unless it became larger than One ad ditional legislator will be al lowed thereafter for each 000 in population If passed on the Senate the proposal will be presented voters in It gained approval on a Also approved 63 was an amendment proposing that equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or 1 abridged because of George Parkhouse of Dallas is author of the womens rights The amendment was sent to Will Wilson several See Page 12 John See Page 12 Foster Dulles as Secretary of His threeday delay in appointing Herter after Dulles resignation was duo simply to the need for getting and read See EISENHC The Page 12 ted Si dO Crisis I for a site to test high energy solid and liquid The committee refused to ap prove the fund because the tional Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA had not chosen the exact NASA witnesses had said the site would have to be in an iso lated area because highly pois onous fluorine gas would be used in the Chairman Overton Brooks D said the site could be au thorized In a supplemental bill n v irresponsible or un scrupulous have purchased con trol of banks in the past and there is no way to stop A third case came up last the governor Panel Appro Milk Regul April 29 House Livestock Committee ap proved 95 today a controversial bill regulating milk brought in to Opponents claim that the measure Is a price fixing The measure approved in com mittee is the same as the one i overwhelmingly passed by the Grady Hazlewood of Amarlllo in the The bill will require state In spectors to certify the milk was produced under atanTne President told his news dards similar to those applying conference the United States 13 to Texasproduced doing its best to sustain and promote relations with tho gov ernment of Premier Abdul Kar 1m Kassim but that Communist efforts In that country have made the Job He said that since the July revolution in In which the monarchy waa there have been new cross cur rents of antagonism In the Mid dle Director Allen Dulles of the Central Intelli gence Agency described the sit in Iraq as the most dan states general revenue fund jn tho Sen April 29 Eisenhower said today the United States Is very concerned over the situa tion In where Commun ists are trying to gain control This will get better milk Into Steve Bur gess of Nacogdoches told the We just want the William realsame type of dairy barn inspec dent of the Anglin Trailer Park tion for outofstato producers on South Fifteenth we muat came ill Tuesday afternoon while operating a lawn mower and apparently The victim was taken to Memorial hospital in a McCam mon ambulance at Weatheralla condition was de acrlbed as good Texas Deficit Getting Bigge April 29 Th See Page 2 Russian and Iranian Fulbrlght beforo whose Senate foreign relations committee Dulles GAS POISONS 850 I now nearly 64 million dollars in MONTERREY UP Offithe cials said 850 persons were State Treasurer Jesse James poisoned by chlorine gas folsaid Tuesday the deficit had wlth that lowinir an explosion in a chemcreased from April Tho prcflidcnt told reporters 9 to Checks drawn on the account ical plant here Monday Thirteen of the injured were critical but expected to The company has offered to pay the I tv for medical treatment of vieof those dated James today he hopes the forthcoming foreign ministers dated 1958 have been Conference at Geneva will paid and as have been partLcnievo at least one small step 41 1 n fm i Say Soviets Prepare For Atomic War By FRANZ CYBUS April 29 The Soviet demobilization ia only a smoke screen to con ceal the complete reorganiza tion of the Russian armed forces into effective units for future atomic Western intelligence said here The much publicized Soviet move according to the these specific pur pose8 To disguise a full scale streamlining of the Soviet arm ed forces on the basis of moat modern military To make available combat experienced soldiers for the armament To further deceive the Western world by using the de mobilization as another proof for the Kremlins peaceful pol icy based on disarmament and the ban of nuclear The real motive behind the demobilization of Russias arm ed forces in the past five years is the absolute necessity to sup plant vastly outdated units with new ones equipped with latent The new the sources will fill the requirements of the nuclear war of the fu ture by being fully mobile and organized so they can operate The newlyestablished units of the Soviet armed forces thus have considerably increased their fire power and naturally also their combat The reorganized outfits in clude a higher percentage of professional soldiers and offi cers than the old The staff of any newly established unit must undergo a complete new training in modern warfare in special The present the sources made it possible for the Soviet supreme com mand to reduce numerically the strength of the Russian armed In charge of the new tactical reorganization program is a General The organization program made it possible to release scores of valuable men to Rus sias armament Only few of the demobilized soldiers were permitted to re turn to civil Most were sent to armament ship plane factories and other en terprises of Russias war indus try which in fact belongs the armed The advantage of the plan was to provide the industry See RED Page 12 April 29 UPI A special commission of the Organization of American Stat es OAS arrived here today in an effort to halt a showdown between government troops and a band of invaders from The fiveman commission was expected to proceed to the in vaders beachhead in the Atlan tic Coast town of Nombre De Dlos and notify them of the OAS councils unanimous deci sion to help Panama defend it Panamanian Na tional Guard strengthen ed by arms and ammunition supplied by the United were moving toward Nombre De Dios to encircle the inva sion headquarters and cut off a 20man spearhead moving to ward Panama The OAS headed by Brazilian Ambassador Fern ando and including Ambassador to the OAS John Argentine Ambassador Cesar Barros Costa Rican Minister Jorge Hazera and Paraguayan Ambassador Tuan conferred upon ar with Panamanian Presi dent Ernesto De La Guardia high government one can and one Puerto and other Earlier two Cuban govern Torres said he told the JR ment emissaries said the invaders the Cuban government1 vaders still were determined to was against their liberate Panama from what but that one of the insurgents they considered a dictatorship said he had received his in although they had agreed to vasion orders from Raul call a temporary younger brother of Premier Panamanian Interior MinisterPidel Castro and commander of Jose Bazan said the Cuban of the two Cuban Army officers See Page 12 To Hurt Effectiveness April 29 UPI President Eisenhower I I V Torres said he became angry Haid today he saw no reason at this and shouted to Mrs Clare Boothe Luce u I received my as the new tions from Raul Castro when I ambaaaador to waa sent 1 Torres added that the younger Eiacnhower conceded at a news sent here to try to arrange the surrender of the Cubabased invaders was considered a failure by our Raul one of the Cuban said he Castro had told him to tell might return to Nombre De rebels they were causing Dios with the OAS Thelto the Cuban other emissary remained in mrmauon iimy imvu Nombre De Dios to continue identified the leader of the in B t he thought it was trying to convince the invaders vaders as Cesar to give up the It was expected that the OAR Torres reported to Panamanteam would endeavor to obtain ian officials that he believed the a ceasefire agreement from conference that remark about DO Tues me uuuan following ner senate con Torres was reported to hayfi been m be welcome envoy in as this r remarked that her bles with Morse go some ian officials tnat ne oenevea me a uBaheiuu k he Sen Morse insurgents could be persuaded both sides as a first step m the head by a 4t f V I mm rf fm 1 II ff 1 n V I W4 f I V T i to surrender if they were given wards eventual liquidation of assurances that they would not the br prosecuted or taken prison The Cuban government eri formally offered to help the Torres said he met and talkOAS committee deal with th ed with 40 insurgents and that on persona instruc the rest were on He tions from Premier Castro wh said they told him the invading was on his way to Argentina tr force included about 80 by a but futile on Luces Eisenhower revealed at lis a special check was nade in Brazil Tuesday after He said this showed that was quite clear Luce still would countrys he he saw no major impairment of her useful Luces maga zine publisher Henry had urged Tuesday night that his wife offer to resign In view of the attacks made on her in the Eisenhower said Luce had submitted no resignation and he had not been in direct contact with her since the senate In New a spokesman for Luce said she had no comment to make on the Presi dents statement at this Some senators who were pic tured Tuesday night as ready to go on record against Luce if she did not resign had cooled down A report ed move by some Democrats to offer a resolution expressing lack of confidence in Luce also appeared to have been Senate officials sources said there wus no resolution of criticism now in the works that they knew They said the Presidents news conference statement supporting Luce increased the likelihood that any such action would be To carry the fight it was might damage relations with Latin America without removing Luce as ambassador to The President also took the occasion to express puzzlement over the delay in senate confir mation of other administration He defended Lewis whose nomination as secretary Page 12 ;