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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - February 16, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through warmer this afternoon and Thermometer Readings I 8 9 10 11 I 12 I II 46 54 59 64 66 68 TO Complete Weather Report en Market BJHomeofthe Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Mornind lidht f LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW 16 steele and coppers tobaccos Bonds Higher range very trade CHICAGO March delivery general light cents lower to 25 cents higher top Cattle Slaughter steers weak to 75 cents lower top AP TELEMATS 217 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Big Three Warn Soviets About War Over Berlin ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ftftftftftftftftft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Propose Removal Small Loan Interest Curbs PAYMEASURE SHUTTLED TO SUBPANEL Fly Suggests TwoThirds Vote On Tax Bills 16 UP The Councils method to erase loan sharks in Texas won a narrow vote of approval 1n Senate committees Constitutional amendments took the Senates attention while the House conducted rou tine business prior to action on pending agriculture Would Classify Abraham Kazens reso lution would knock out the constitutional limit of 10 per cent on small The Legis lature would clarify loans and license lenders and set rates with recommendations of the state banking commission er as proposed by the Dorsey Hardemans bold approach to have the Legisla te ture fix members compensation was shuttled off to a subcom Strong opposition also rf was leveled at this proposal by committee One Man War Hardeman carried on almost oneman war as a member of the Legislature in opposing the unsuccessful c o n s ti tutional amendment last year to provide annual sessions and annual sal The amount of compensation te Im against the annual That would cost the state Wed See Page 11 i Higher Slate College Tuition Recommended 16 VP The Texas Commission on Higher Education recommended unani mously today that the Legisla ture increase tuition fees at the 18 taxsupported colleges and f It did not specify the amount i of The commission was deadlock ed 55 on a proposal to increase resident fees from to a i year and the outofstate fees from to for the regular ninemonth Chairman Muldrow did not vote on either of the two ballots taken on the specific in crease proposal by Homa Hill of Fort Hal Dewar of San Antonio gald he felt the commission could make a recommendation for an Increase without being His motion was John Reddit former legislated from recommended a tuition boost be based on what Increase the Legislature may ap propriate for higher education In He said the students now pay 20 per cent of the cost with the state putting up 80 per Why increase the tuition fees Jf the Legislature does not in crease the appropriations for higher education Redditt ask If the Legislature does not increase the appropriations but See Page 2 Benson Farm Plans Under Bipartisan Senate Fire SUPER BOMBER DELIVERED The first B52G missile platform heavy bomber is shown on arrival at Travis Air Force after flying from the Boeing plant at The plane can carry nuclear bombs and guided It also carries electronic equipment to confuse the enemys electronic 10Death Crash Hikes Toll By The Associated Press One headon auto mobile crash killed 10 persons on a rainshrouded highway in the Lower Rio Grande Valley to accent the violent death toll in Texas over the Eight other persons died in three three were killed by and one died in an apartment house fire to boost the total weekend toll to TheChigh speed Rio Grande Valley crash occurred about Sunday as rain fell in the border children were among victims of the There were no John father of eight and a Mercedes drove an eastbound automobile that collided with another load ed with 10 Latin six migrant workers and four chil Highway patrolmen said Clos ners speedometer was stuck ori 80 miles per His body was thrown onto Relatives identified the other dead as Benjto and his wife of La their E and 3 Antero Ibanez of La Feria Delfinio Moralez of Harlingen Juan and Linda believ ed to be from La See Page 10 Indonese Take British Estates 16 Indonesian government has started taking over British estates In North The British Embassy has An Indonesian official indicat ed that the concessions for the estates had expired and were not being The govern ment took control of all Dutch properties in December 1957 and nationalized them last Decem but this was the first move against other foreign NEW 16 UPI John Kennedy D said today he favors strict separation of church and state and is flatly opposed to appointment of an ambassador Kennedy was quoted In a Look magazine article assessing the possibility that the Demo crats will nominate a Roman Catholic for either president or vice president in The by Fletcher Knebel of the magazines Washington Bu said the election of a large SECTOR KENNEDY OPPOSES ENVOY TO VATICAN Launch Drive For Red Cross The 1959 Red Cross fund cam paign to raise a goal was formally inaugurated Monday at 10 when the Advance Gifts Division kicked off with a cof fee and donuts session in the Navarro Hotel Sun Division Chairman Bud Morton was joined In the kick off meeting by General Chair man Jim Stephenson and some 30 of the divisions 36 team workers and Morton conducted an auc tion of the 300 odd prospects on whom contribution cards had been prepared with campaigners bidding for the cards they want ed to The division chairman urged that work on seeing the pro spective donors begin immedi ately after the kickoff session and every effort made to wrap up the assignment no later than the end of the He advised them to strive to get contributions of the amounts suggested on the pointing out the division has a quota 60 per cent of the en See RED Page 10 number of Roman Catholic Democrats to key spots as gov ernors and senators last year indicated the 1960 convention would have to go out of its way to keep from nominating a Catholic presldehtsy 6t the second The magazine cited election public opinion polls and the words of Protestant politica leaders to indicate that there is comparatively little resistance to election of Roman Catholics It noted that some have felt Roman Catholics how make their positions clear on certain Issues on which their church has taken controversial The magazine said Kennedy had noted that he has voted in in opposition to posi tions taken by Roman Catholic for aid to Yugo aid to Communist satel lites and the appointment of Dr James Conant as ambassa dor to West Without reference to the See Page 10 o Admits Spying For East Reich Feb 16 UPI Alleged spy leader Carl Helfmann confessed today to having worked for Communist East Germanys State Security Service for near ly five went on tria today charged with collecting espionage material In Western Germany and passing it on to East German security He Is accused among other things of obtaining classified In formation from the Wiesbaden office of the American Scientific Research 16 UPI Agriculture Secretary Izra Benson was raked with i crossfire of bipartisan critic sm today as he submitted the farm plan to a lostile Senate Agriculture Com Chairman Allen Ellender accused him of trying o beat down crop Both and Milton Young charged Ben ons reports on the cost of farm trograms are misleading and ive the public a false idea of he amount of federal aid a armer really You purposely paint the vorst kind of picture of agri Young Thats one reason why the Republican party in the last lection didnt receive a major ty of the farm vote in any state n the the North Dakota Republican Bensons proposal to eliminate ivheat planting controls after upports were cut enough to make wheat as cheap as feed grains also came under commlt ee Young said heatedly It would break every wheat farmer In he country except the biggest who ran Into similar pposition when he submitted See Page 10 m Control Over Weather Tops Bombs Value 16 UPI A top government scientist told Congress today if you can control the weather you can control the he said scientific data available so far indicated that weather control on a vast possible at 3e extremely difficult and not n the near The direc or Robert Brode of the Na tional Science he House Space Committee that United States should have a substantial research pro gram in weather He said it should be careful ly planned and that so far no crash program was He did not say how much should be But he said the present National Foundations 5roposed two million dollar wea her modification program for he new fiscal year could be profitably James Fulton said he was shocked that the See Page 2 REJECT SURVEY Israeli Sector Premier David BenGur on has rejected a UN proposal for a survey of Israels border troubles with the United Arab it was reliably report ed The purpose of the survey would be to discover the causes of the continuing flare ups between Israel and the UARs Syrian India Expert Discusses Red China Editors Note The Com munist engineered changes in China are and so Is the price paid in human SripatI Chandra noted scholar and di rector of Indias Institute for Population at recent ly returned from extensive travel behind the Bamboo This Is the first of five searching articles he has written on life in Communist By SRIPATI CHANDHASEKHAR 1959 By The Associated Press I spent about six weeks In Communist China and traveled widely by car and visiting a dozen major a few and four I traveled as far as Harbin In old Manchuria in the Lanchow in the Shanghai in the and Canton and If Bhumchun in the My interests covered univer colleges and hos pitals and ag population and vital and the countrys fam ily planning Including contraceptive China occupies an area almost equal to the whole of Europe and her people number today a little more than 650 or about a quarter of the worlds This huge nation has embark ed upon an experiment which seeks to accomplish in one day what other nations normally take 20 years to This last sentence is in fact a Chinese Communist slogan Twenty years compressed into one What is this communism they are after and how are they try ing to achieve it Is Chinese communism the same commu nism we know in the Soviet Un ion or is it different in any material particulars Even the most casual travel er in Red China cannot but be struck with five aspects of the people and their These are the continuous din of broadcast the countrys extraordinary cleanli the tremendous labor ef and the new position of Take men and women of all is dress ed In blue trousers and button edup coats with collars like the uniform of Communist par ty Chairman Mao To a men and women look almost for all the women have taken to shoulder length It was explained to me that this new replacing the twin saves time in wash ing and combing and I must ad mit that this new hair style needs no You run your comb through your hair and you are all Hundreds of thousands of men and women in blue padded trousers and coats with soiled shoes it Is bourgeois to shine ones I was told look like an endless army of blue ants scurryingto their appoinited This dull uniformity numbs ones vision in the be but soon one grows used to seeing a whole nation in blue But what is more important is that this blue uniform is only an external symbol or manifes tation of See RED Page 10 16 Sripatl Chandrasekhar is a 40yearold population exper with a string of academic de grees and a reporters Itch to find things out for Twice offered an opportunity to visit Communist China as member of official delegations he But when a chance came to travel there h went eagerly and spent six Chandrasekhars primary purpose was to study Chinas population But he noted much else he put into a series of article distributed exclusively outside India by The Associated Press In his Chan drasekhar reports what he saw letting facts speak largely fo But hi was I was not In favor of com munism before my China he said on his return to Madras where he heads Indias Institute for Population But never thought that it deniet just about everything smacking ModelT Budget Rapped COURT GETS WILL CALL DAM TAX VOTE The way was all but paved Monday morning for a countyi wide election on a flood control Petitions seeking an containing were ac cepted by the Commissioners Court at a called County Judge Kenneth Dou glas Informed the tenman dele ation which presented the peti ions that rechecking the law discovered the election could only be called at a regular meet But the court indicated that the election will be called for March Next regular meeting is March If the flood control tax pro posal it will establish a ax not to exceed two cents per valuation to be used for maintenance of dams built by the Soil Conservation Serv Only 286 per cent of the voters in the last gen eral needed on the petitions but a proponent of the tax See DAM Paga 8 County Creeks Rise Sharply Over Weekend Heavy weekend rains on the upper watersheds of Richland and Chambers creeks caused on these two major Na varro county Chambers creek left its banks Saturday afternoon and Inundat ed the Hogan bridge crossing between Tupelo and Pottys Chapel until Monday A break In levees in the Pottys Chapel caused ad ditional floodwaters to poui over many School buses and other traffic resumed Monday morning Richland creek was almosl bank full Saturday morning and was still full Sunday noon at the Ward bridge anc other but It did no get out sufficiently at any point to cause any material damage Some of the floodwaters o Chambers went through broken Page 10 BOY STRICKEN 16 Charles Lane son of and Ruther ford was taken to Bethesda Naval Hospital today after suffering a He was unconscious and his condition was not immediately deter National Guard Responds Well To Alert Drill Corsicana based National uard units turned in good re ults in the statewide alert1 ld Sunday Gaston Corsicana units exceeded the 0 per cent assembly figure urned in by the entire Texas uard as a Headquarters 133rd field Artillery was lotifled at 8 and had 97 ler cent of Its personnel as embled In lo Majoi Dorsey battalion xecutive Of it was fortunate for us n a he We were scheduled to have a reg ular Sundaymorning any and there wasnt too much assembling to Not all units to have a reg ular drill that however Company 143rd Infantry also based had just over 10 per cent assembled within 40 minutes after the A devotional was held at the Armory immediately after th Page 10 Michigan Able To Postpone Collapse Day9 16 JP Michigan treasury has emporarily staved off collapse thanks to advance pay ment by industry of 35 12 mil Ion dollars in The In answer to an appeal by Democratic Cov Mennen will en able the state to meet pressing financial at leasl hrough April The term collapse day to de scribe the states financia crisis has been used In many Michigan newspapers since II was coined by Republicri State Harry Phillip m a legis lative speech Williams asked r state In dustries for the tax payment In said the state would not bo ts obligations aftoi out the F ore his lad proposed a profits tax on raduated state i PEERS INTO Sue Ston appears deep 1 thought as she peers into a toy The toys were part o a large exhibit of school projects at a student science show in See Page 10 Oklahoma IS Hubert Humphrey said oday that President Elsenhow ers budget is not geared to a expanding economy vhich can produce the goods and services we need if we are maintain both a prosperous America and adequate de The Minnesota Democrat said he 77 billion dollar budget is designed to limit economic rowth on the theory that this s the only way to hold down prices and stop Humphrey tha facts are that in the past three years while our economy has stood still we have had tha sharpest rise in the cost of liv ng in the peacetime history of he He said In a speech prepared for delivery to the Motor Equip ment Wholesalers Association that We cannot have a Model See Page 10 Hiked Gasoline Taxes Doomed i to tneel oday wlth ii days be governor per cenl itry and me tax to alse an estimator 110 million See MICHIGANTPage 10 In Congress 18 UPI 77President Elsenhowers higher federal tax es on gasoline and aviation fue appeared doomed today in ligh of congressional ChairmanWilbur Mills of the House and Means Committee Apparently sealed the doom flie Presidents re The Arkansas Democrat said he SB v no chance for any tax increnaes this Mills scatement was signifi cant because all tax legislation must orltflnate in his committee and a tax proposal could not get very far without his support Elsenhower asked Congress In his budget message to increase the federal gasoline tax from the present 3 cents a gallon to 412 He said the boost was needed to keep the special which finances the Inter state highway In the Without the tax the chief executive estimated the fund would be 241 million dol lars in the red by June 1960 See Page 2 Change Of Site Held Possible 16 A British diplomatic source said today next months Western foreign ministers meeting may be switched from Paris to Washington If theres a chance ailing Secretary of State John Foster Dulles can take an ac tive The source said changing the meeting place from Paris to Washington hinges on whether Dulles could actually take FIND PEACE THREATENED BY RUSSIANS Urge Meeting VVith Advisors Of Germany Present is The United Britain and France bluntly warned the Sov iet Union today against the danger of touching off a world var over They called for i wide open Big Four foreign nlnisters meeting this spring to discuss the whole German prob em with German advisers pre ent Geneva or Vienna The Western powers would ike the conference to open In late April or early May at Gene va or The Soviet Union has threatened to pull out of East Berlin on or after May 27 and the West fears this may jeopardize the allied position in West The danger to world peace Inherent in this Soviet initiative Is the note released by the State Department The message paralleled others sent by Britain and It said the foreign ministers meeting should deal with the problem of Germany In all Its aspects and implica tions meaning1 such things as German unity and the future of Stricken As the note was delivered Secretary of State Dulles ill of cancer In Walter Reed Army Who would See BIG Page 3 Russia Flatly Denies Any Airmen Held 16 Russia today flatly denied that 11 missing since a 3 transport plane went down In Soviet Armenia were In the Soviet A statement issued by the So vlew news agency Tass also branded as a fantastic Inven tion a statement by President Elsenhower last week that false Soviet radio signals may have lured planes over Rus sian The Tass statement also re peated Us claim that a tape recording produced by au thorities of a conversation be tween Soviet pilots shooting down the transport plane was a Even a casual glance at this socalled recording leaves no doubt that it Is a gross falsifi cation meant for naive Tass The statement said the Soviet Foreign had given authorities all the informa tion in possession of Soviet authorities regarding the fate of the aircraft and Its crew and that no airmen from the aforementioned air craft are In the The Soviet government has resolutely rejected all attempts of the government to See Page 10 Red Lawyer Group Cited 16 UPI The House committee on un American activities charged today an elite corps of Cojnmunlst lawyers was promotion the partys cause in Congress and government A report by the com mittee Communist legal subversion wa a vital problem for Activltle ie Communist awyers Include abuse of the iiishchavior before con Uressirna rircum ventun of Hie subversion in vernment nnd f Communist jf unit the activl whj wore tl in 100 of their propaganda th Its repf ies of i no irofessirif atififid as Com uunlst bo iff the committee n th Isd The ct they are very much in ilnority does not alter the suiousness of the the committee Agents of the Communist gaining entry into the legal in a uni que position to as instru ments for those who would per vert the very Democratic pro cesses a lawyer Is sworn to de Under the mantle of the legal the report Tlie Communist can operate as an ostensibly respectable and In fluential member of the com munity despite his dedication and subservience to Communist doctrines and The committee said Commun ist lawyers have taken part In at least 32 cases before the Supreme Court Involving the the committee said even Communists have a right o legal The cherished American con cept of the right to legal coun It must never be de nied even to Communist con spirators who would render such concepts meaningless if their efforts to subvert our overnment were to But the committee added that ts report offered more than ample grounds for prompt ac tion by those who would pre serve the high standards of the American Although it didnt say It was understood the committee would like to see Bar tlons seek disbarment against those identified In the report as Following are those attorneys Identified by the committee as members of the Communist based on material in Its files California Samuel Rosen Charles Seymour Richard Lawrence Fred Jack Robert Aubrey Gross Doris Brln Walker Mason George John Ben jamin Bertram Ben Pauline Allen John Mc Charles ard Rose Rosen Selma Mlchels and Esther New York John David Frank Harry Harry Robert Abraham Ungor and Nathan Harriet Hawaii Maurice Louis Maryland and the District of Page U ;