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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - May 8, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHEB LOCAL cloudy and warm through Saturday with widely scat tered thundershowers Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 3 74 TO 82 84 86 88 90 Complete Weather Report on Market MHomtofthe Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Morning MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW May brisk corporates Cotton buying CHICAGO May down sharp higher scattered lower Steady to 15c lower rop Cattle Slaughter steer offerings too meager for market LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS MAY 1959 PAGES 287 PRICE FIVE CENTS Ike Stand Tough On Summit Meetings ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Deputy Secretary Of Defense Dies In Sleep DEATH OF QUARLES IS UNEXPECTED Successor To McElroy Again Is Speculative May 8 W Deputy Secretary of Defense Donald engineer businessman and second rank Ing civilian In the Pentagon since died unexpectedly to He was A chauffeur sent to Quarles home to drive him to an earlj morning television broadcast was unable to rouse A rela tive and officials were summon ed quickly and efforts were made to revive Apparent ly he had been dead for some Cause Not Fixed The cause of death was no Immediately Quarles was alone in his home at the Quarles was in He had attended i dinner Thursday night ant friends said he showed no sigi of illness when he left about 11 Quarles frequently had been acting civilian chief during ab sences of Secretary Neil Me He had been mentioned as a possible successor to Me who has announced he is leaving late this Start Speculation If McElroy should go aheac with his plans to one name in speculation will be that of Wilfred assistant secretary WaeXcnsrrapiciaUz ing in money McNeil came to the Pentagon in 1948 See QUARLJJsTPage 10 Douglas Lists Emhouse School Voting Details County Judge Kenneth Doug las Friday answered the ques tion of who can vote in the Emhouse school election to be held May Corsi cana and Emhouse will vote on a consolidation Judge Douglas said a number of persons from the Emhouse Independent School District have contacted him and wanted to know who can legally According to Judge any person who has a poll tax or one who is exempt un der the law from paying the tax may provided he meets the legal residence The person voting at Emhouse must live in the Emhouse school district to He explained that if a person meets these re he can vote re gardless of what his voting precinct may Judge Douglas said the ques tion has also been raised with reference as to who appoints the election He explained that the election judges are ap pointed by the county judge and Daniel Sets Special Session Dates Primary Bill Altered STATE Corsicana High School Future Farmers club recently won the state championship in the livestock judging contest at Texas and College with a score of competing against the winners from al sections of Shown left to right are James CHS vocational agriculture sponsor Teddy Jackie Howard and Tommy Photo by Taylor Studio Steel Talks Recess To Monday that the county See VOTING judge as in Page 10 NTV Preliminary steel contract talks ended today with both sides as far apart as al the start and actual give and take negotiations between fourman teams will begin Both David president of the United Steel workers and Conrad chief industry negotia said they were beginning the joint collective bargaining sessions on Monday in an at tempt to reach an agreement by the July 1 strike McDonald and Cooper issued statements which showed that the preliminary talks which started Tuesday have been com pletely unsuccessful in narrow ing the differences between them oh basic economic Cooper said proposals made at a preliminary meeting between the union and Steel re flect substantial differences be tween The union wound up separate talks with 12 major steel com panies and McDonald said that the session with Great Lakes Steel a division of Nation al Steel did not end ori a harmonious Some union members attend ing the Great Lakes meeting said that session had broken off because of a disagreement over local McDonald insisted the meeting had not been broken but he said it may not have recessed on as harmonious note as our meeting with See Page 2 5Cent Postage Reception Cool May 8 UPI The request for a nickel stamp on first class letters appeared ly today to wind up as a dead letter in There was no noticable en thusiasm among Congressmen for the administration proposal to raise the fourcent rate for regular letter to five cents and boost air mail letters from seven to eight One Republican member of the House Post Office Commit Grosv Iowa predicted flatly that TJire will be no rate bill passed twis Gross said he would not sup port any postage increase this on top of the 550 million dollar annual rate hike Con gress voted last The administration which would raise 355 million dollars a is a key part of President Eisenhowers plan for balancing the budget in the 1960 fiscal year which starts July The narrowly balanced bud get he sent to Congress assum ed postage rates would he Without his See Page 2 Girl Rescues Friend After Shark Attack SAN May 8 UPI A huge grey sharpe swirled through the water nea the Golden Gate Bridge Thur day and killed an 18yeaiol college student swimming ju 40 yards Albert a student n San Francisco State Colleg was pulled from the water ban ly alive by a daring girl wh ignored his screams of warnin But one arm hangin only by a tendon and his bac and chest slashed to ribbon died three hours later dcspi emergency Local authorities were sin the killer was a great very rare in the chill bay area The who swam ashot and then returned to help Kog was Shirley also 1 See Page 10 Turmoil Remains 14 Years After VE Day Editors note Fourteen years 8go today World War II in Europe But its Prussia and the remains bitterly divided over the fate of the Germany they defeated in Next Monday the west ern and Soviet foreign ministers meet again at Geneva in still another effort to solve this seemingly insoluble Joseph Now UPI chief European covered Nazi Germanys capit ulation in Berlin on May Since then he has report ed most of the abortive East West conferences on He will be covering the Geneva conference next In the following dispatch he describes again the historic scene of Nazi Germanys total surrender and reviews the new explosive problems it created in place of the peace mankind had 0 hoped By JOSEPH GBIGG May 8 UPI The stiffbacked Nazi marshal screws a monocle carefully into his right slammed his sil vertipped baton on the table and with a final arrogant flou d the single word Keller on the capitulation documenl before The scene was Red Army headquarters in the nightmare shambles of warshattered Ber The time was 15 minutes past midnight May World War II in Europe was at an This correspondent was one of two American newsmen who saw Nazi Field Marshal Wil helm to die by hanging on a Nuremberg war crimes the un conditional surrender of Hitlers Third Reich and reported that historic scene for the worlds Fourteen years have elapsed today since the shooting ended in But Eur ope and Ihe world have found no peace Germany remains the prize today of the cold war that succeeded the shooting with the victors of May still snarling over The former Reich still Is without a peace Irealy a na tion of in Europe split between east and its onetime capital ei1 lin the fuse that could touch off a nuclear third world Since May this cor respondent has covered the de pressing 14year story of east west failure lo agree on the future record of of grim deadlocked foreign ministers broken only by Ihe evanescent hopes aroused by a summit meeting in That also proved a fail Next week he will be at Ge neva when the foreign ministers of the West and Russia con front each other once again across the conference table with little betler hope than before of settling the same explosive But the scene at Red Army headquarters in East Berlin on May 14 years ago was one of hope wilh little thoughl of the EastWest rift that followed so Just 48 hours the first capitulation had been signed at Dwight Eisenhowers Supreme Allied Headquarters in a schoolhouse at Rheims in Now the final seal was being set on the Wehrmachts uncon ditional surrender before Soviet Commanderin Chief Marshal Grigori Zhukov in the presenc of Eisenhowers representative Carl Spaath of the Un ted Air Chief Marsh Arthur Tedder of Britain an Jean De Lattre De Tassij ny of Minutes after midnight Zh kov rose in the klieglit whit washed hall of what had bee a Wehrmacht lechnical scho and read the capitulation do ument in Then h ordered the Germans to b brought haughty and sel possessed in a newly presse uniform heavy with gold bral his face slightly e lered Behind him followe ColonelGeneral Paul Stumpf commandertnchicf of the rem nants of the beaten Nazi Luf and Admiral Georg Vo who comfitted su cide a month Keitel took a lookin straight ignoring Re Army photographers w h swarmed around Once twice he fingered his hig collar and wetted his lips ner only signs oj emotio he Tedder rose speakln See VE Page 10 May 8 W rice Daniel said loday he will all a special session of Ihe egislature to meet May 18 or Daniel told newsmen he will robably decide later precisely hat but thai Ihere will be boul weeks break between ose of the present session and he new 30day Regular Kmls Tuesday The regular session ends Tues ay May 12 at 6 it has not solved the prob m of retiring the states 65 lillion dollar fund de cit or balancing the budget or It is expected that the fi ancial question will he the first opic submitted to tho special Such sessions may only onsider matters specifically of ered by the OK Advertising Funds The Senate sent to Ihe gov rnor loday a bill permitting se of slate funds to advertise exas The measure puls inlo ef ect policy set up in a conslilu amendment approved last The constitutional hange wiped out a prohibition gainst such use of stale funds hat dated back to reconstruc ion The Senates action on the Ad erlise Texas Bill was accepl nce of a House amendmenl vhich established a Slate De elopment Board made up of he the chairman of he Highway Commission and hairman of the Industrial The Senate quickly revised a iill changing the dates of Trix s primaries tofit suggestions if Price Deniel had a veto if the bill was ot House sponsors in icatod they would not lako the ill up until Saturday it there See Page 2 Firemen And Police Bill Being Studied Probers Air Houston Dispute COUNTYS APRIL TRAFFIC BEST FOR CURRENT YEAR Navarro county survived April without a traffic death on rural Scott of the Corsicnna substation of the Texas Highway Patrol re ported It was the most encouraging month of the with only 11 accidents in two of them considered personal injury ac cidents and nine property dam age Five persons were At property dam age too was In the 22county District headquarters In there were seven fatal accidents and 12 There were 229 acci 83 of which were personal injury and 139 property dam A total of 123 persons were injured and pr totaled Autopsy Shows Injuries Fatal To Athens Man An autopsy report shows that Cecil Omer who wa found dead in the wreckage of his auto ten miles west of Cor sicana last April died of in uries suffered In the In a report from the Clinical Pathology Laboratories in Aus sent to the sheriffs deparl nent Charles Pel phrey revealed that Martin dieil from injuries to the spleen ind other internal organs ap parently due to the Impact of May 8 Daniel continued to study the firemen and police liens maximum work hours 1 has been approved by 3oth The measure SB87 was final y approved April 30 hilt did not roach tho governors desk until He has 20 days aft the end of the regular ses sion Tuesday in which to ap prove or veto The hill sets up two plans ot maximum work wilh overtime for firemen and II affects those groups in cilies of more than The maximum work week for firemen in cities of to is 72 hours to 000 a 60hour The bill says policemen shall not be required or permitted to work more hours during anj calendar week than the numbei of hours in the normal work wenk or the majority of the employes of said city other thai firemen and Firemen and policemen work ng more than Ihe prescribed work week will draw 1 12 limes heir normal pay for overtime he The report noted that evi donco of a heart condition was but said the victim did not die from heart Jus tice Walter Haves ordered the autopsy when it that Martin had was learnec a heart ail monl and when heart pills were found on the Justice who withheld his verdlc pending the said Fri clny morning that he had no scon the autopsy Speaking of the the re port said that nothing is dem onstratod which can be attrib Seu Page 10 Teenagers Get Year For Beer May i leenagers wefi sentenced lo a year in prison and fined each Thursdaj night for possessing an unopen fid can of Afler pleading guilty of dis orderly conduct Harry of Toms and Herbert Hammell of Point Pleasant Beach were sentenced by Magistrate Stanley Were going to have to stop this once and for Blair New Jersey law makes 21 Ihe minimum age for drinking or buying alcoholic Again neighboring Hill coun y had a high death Four ersons were killed in the lone May 8 A offi cial of the boilermakers Union swore today that Joseph McCol the unions vice tried to raise funds to have an other union member murdered by a hired McCollum Immediately denied atallty This led the thc saying have never lislrict in the number of One person was killed in Hen lerson county and one in Lime itone Ellis and Free itone joined Navarro county in laving a clean record for thc Ellis had five personal injury accidents and 12 property dam age six persons were See Page 10 Million Bales Produced 58 Cotton Crop May 8 The Agriculture Department re ported today the 1958 cotton crop totaled bales of 500 pounds gross weight and a arm value of This compared with final of bales for the 1957 crop and the tenyear 194756 average of No forecast for this years crop will be given until Yield per acre was estimated at 466 The value of the 1957 crop was put at The department placed pro duction of cotlonseed from last years crop al Ions wilh a farm value of By comparison cottonseed production from the 1957 crop was tons with a farm value of This gave a total value of cotton and cotlonseed from the 1958 crop of about compared with for the 1957 Flags To Honor Mothers May K Ml Presldenl Eisenhower loday next Sunday Mothers n my life heard a man perjure limself The charge was made before he Senate Rackets Committee by Leland business nanager of Houston Local It was injected unexpectedly nto a committee hetftlng on a union dispute between McCol um and some members of the Houston named He directed that the flag be flown on all government build Ings that I also call upon the people of the United States to give public and private expression of their love and reverence for the mothers of America on that day through their prayers and other manifestations of their esteem and and by display of the flag at their homes or other suitable he See Page 10 favor Paroling ExLegislator May 8 W T Board of Pardons and Paroles today that former state James Cox of Conroe be We are sending our recom iiendalion to the governor this Board Chairman A Turner Price Dan lei must approve the parole be fore It takes entered prison to serve a 2year He was convicted for agreeing to accept bribe to kill a he introduced In the 55th Cox has credit for one yeai one month time Turnei He will go back to his wife and two adopted children He will work as general man ager and bookkeeper of the Con roe Laundry and Cor worked as an accountanl in the state prison The sensational case threw the Legislature Inlo a series of invesllgalions in March 1957 Cox resigned two weeks before the House censured him for conduct SOVIETS CAN WRECK PLANS BY ACTIONS Herter Displays Little Optimism In Initial Talk May 8 resident Eisenhower will re use to go to a summit confer ence If the Russians carry out heir threat to turn East over to the East German He will take the same stand f the Soviets sign a separate icace treaty with puppet East Attitude Revealed Any such onesided Soviet ac ion in the next few weeks un loubtedly would wreck the Big Tour foreign ministers confer ence due to begin in Geneva This American attitude be came known authoritatively a ew hours before Secretary of State Christian Herters sche duled takeoff for preconfer ence strategy talks with the rltlsh and French foreign min Herter himself already has served notice that the Russians must match concession for con cession to end the danger of Allies Arguing Even as Herter arranged to the three Allies were re ported already arguing with the Soviets over where to sit to dis cuss the German In Soviet diplomats Insisted the talks take place around a round Western See Page 7 Civil Defense Jobs Rejected As Wasteful May House Appropriations Committee rejected today administration request funds to underwrite half unbecoming a mem Scores Missing In Nile Mishap May 8 excursion steamer carrying 350 persons sank in the Nile River seven miles north of Cairo to Heavy loss of life was Police at Barrage on the Nile said 200 persons had been res with 40 They said other persons were unac counted for thus The police Identified the steamer as the a Ministry of Works The said the 350 persons wore ern ployes of the ministry and their an for the cost of creating new Jobs at city halls throughout the country to promote civil Denouncing the proposal as the committee said the who would gen erally he appointed by city may continually exert pressure on Congress to vote more funds for their Although the last Congress authorized the new federally subsidized the committee denied requested by the administration to finance It did so despite a plea from Leo director of civil and defense that the new program was Hocgh testified that it had been endorsed by the governors con the mayors county the American Legion and by everyone that Is concerned with civil The committee took Its stand In approving a ap See FUNDS Page 10 Truman Chipper On Turning 75 NEW May 8 JP Former President Harry Truman is 75 years old He voiced a wish for peace and happiness for all the people of the United The expression came as news warbling Happily Birth Dear Harry In more or less tuneless presented him with a surprise birthday cake before Obviously hed had Truman y FALLOUT Austin of the Argonne National Laboratory at and Lloyd of the National Cancer sit together at the witness table as they testify before the joint SenateHouse Atomic Energy in The committee is looking Into dangers of atomic AP Wirephoto mustered up two healthy puffs and blew out the He had the crowd of reporters and tographers sign a card ac companying the cake and then proudly took It upstairs at his hotel to show When asked If he had a birth day he said I wish for peace and happiness for all the people of the United He also said he wished for another boy In Margarets He referred to his Clifton who is expecting her second True to his reputation as one of the walklngesttalklngest for mer presidents the country ever Truman then set out on his morning Asked if he thought he had made any mistakes in his 75 Truman said I made lenty of Id be sprouting If I Nobody can live without making The only thing you can do is try to remedy He said he had lived a hectic life but a happy and that lie wouldnt change any of It If he He subsequently amended this to make one ccption Id get married soon Truman was 35 when he As for tho world Tru man said I am an optimist and I believe that some day we will have a happy Tho outlook for our country Is just as groat as It ever and I wish I could live another 50 years to see the progress of the free He said reports that he feuded with Eisenhower were Just damned He added We have always been Truman will eat a filet mlgnon dinner and address a coasttocoast birth day Festivities in 16 cities are be ing linked by closed circuit tele There will be about The gpotlighted on the flowerdecked dais of tho WaldorfAstorias grand ball is going to see and hear Included In the 90mlnute pro gram Is a film biography of his Man of pro duced by Dore Schary appear s by a stellar array In cluding Jimmy Jack Benny and Danny Kaye and speeches from Boston by Lyndon Johnson and from Chicago by Adlal Stev twice Democratic candi date for the Sam veteran Speak er of the House of Representa is to present a birthday The bill of fare at the Waldorf Astoria Includes lobster blsqua laced with brandy filet Individual ice cream cakes at each table and a seventier cake ablaze with 75 The cities being linked by TV are New San New De Kansas Oklahoma Hous Fort Worth and Chatta The diamond jubilee ovation Soa Page 10 ;