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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - May 18, 1959, Corsicana, Texas f fc J ft i ifi I rl V i THE WEATKEB LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy and warm through Tuesday with widely scatter ed afternoon and evening Thermometer Readings 8j 9 10 11 j 12 1 I 2 1 81 84 85 86 S7 SB Complete Weather Report on Market Homeofthe Daily Sunand SemiWeekly MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW May er golds tobaccos governments good demand for cotton CHICAGO Wheat late short Oats with Hogs Steady to 25 cents higher top Cattle steers steady to weak top LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS 295 MAY 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS LEGISLATURE OPENS FIRST SPECIAL MEET Another Session Due If Finance Issues Unsolved May 18 ff Price Daniel urged the Legisla ture today to tax big business and natural not in its new effort to solve Texas fiscal Daniel in a message to a joint session promised his day and night cooperation to get the job done in 30 Limits Approvals He said he will approve any tax bill sent him by a majority assuming that is not a state income tax or general sales The governors speech and Introduction of revenue bills highlighted start of the special 30day Its sole objective is to erase the deficit and bal ance the budget The 120day regular session that ended last week failed to do Daniel revised his tax program to put more emphasis on natural gas levies and less on the aver age with mhous STOPGAP I Gates Named Defense Deputy AUTO in the House during the regular Carey attends Kenneth in Columbus Study session on portions of his selecHosnital in after the youngster was tive sales tax seriously injured by a motorist who fled the Speaker Waggoner C ar r The accused Robert gavel got the House off to a late start at Ben Ramseys gavel rapped in the Senate at Jerrard Secrest was elected president pro By law the session has 30 days in which to finish its ia limited already by the governor May 18 to spending and Failure AFLCIO will bring on another special council convenesi todayto ham session mer out the labor federations Introduction of bills followed policy on the Senateapproved organization with the general union reform Advance indications were that 29member council would ad vocate changes in the controver rial Bill of Rights provisions which many labor leaders fear would destroy union lost three front teeth and suffered a broken nose in an exchange of blows with Leon father of the injured Police seized Navas at his home after witnesses supplied the cars license number AP Wlrephoto May 18 UPI President Eisenhower today announced his selection of Navy Secretary Thomas to succeed the late Donald QuarJes as Deputy Defense Eisenhower will submit Gates nomination to the Senate Tues Gates resigned earlier this year as Secretary of effective on May to return to the investment banking bus But apparently after the death of Quarles the President and Defense Secretary Neil McElroy persuaded him to re main in government as Deputy Defense The announcement came soon after McElroy announced he had called in Arthur Rad as consultant dur ing the absence of Nathan chairman of the joint chiefs of Twining is recuperating from a lung can cer Radford was Twinings prede cessor as chairman of the joint See Page 12 Constitution Held Handicap To Legislature May 18 The executive council was also expected to hear a report from United Steelworkers Presided David McDonald on the pro gress of steel contract negotla recessed for the day to and revision of the permit hia attendance at the fiscal and taxation systems were listed Sunday by the dean of AFLCIO President George Capitol newsmen greatest as TexasslMeany ond other officials have been increasingly critical of the Our Constitution is a majorl labor measure which sailed roadblock to solution of a state through the Senate tax crisis which may make Teamster President James black headlines this Dave Ho f fas presence was sure to be head of The Associatfelt in the topfloor council ed Press bureau in chamber AFLCIO headquar Addrcssing the Texas Asters even though his union is in Bociated Press Managing tors Cheavens said the battling for House Legislature should not get the votes to knock out portions of sole blame for 120 days of the Senate has accused the wheel spinning that lead noAFLCIO leadership of making where in the regular session a sweetheart deal with Con just A special session started to Cheavens predicted at least two and possibly three special sessions this gress that would in crip Unless the AFLCIO comes out swinging against some sec tions of the Senate some The who face a observers Hoffa will gain 1 deadline to find money to a reputation as militant cham pay for the state pion of labors had no clear mandate from the Taking a stand on labor re unless it was to vote form legislation was the main See Page 12 See Page 2 TOP CANCER EXPERT WARNS SMOKERS NO CUREALL YET May 18 it is pretty well accepted UPI The governments top now scientifically that amok cancer expert said today it ing is a cause of He also generally is accepted sclent if icalsaid lung cancer is ly that cigarette smoking is a Most of the men who have cause of lung Assistant Surgeon lung cancer are those who are General heavy cigarette Hel John director of the Icr He advised all per National Cancer adsons over especially heavy vised heavy smokers to give up to have a physical ex If they could not quit amination and a chest Xray at he they should least every six cut down on smoking aa The tobacco industry contends that no direct connection has as I think that most of the sci entific data show that excessive one a See Page 12 use of cigarettes greater risk of acquiring iung Heller said in a copy righted interview in the maga zine News and World Re He agreed with a questioner Miller ies Rites Monday farmer arid worker with the died In Memorial hospital Saturday aftelevision days when ho would ternoon He was World War lament that he had no I veteran and a member of the But his affection for his five I 1 4 ft A 4t 1 1 1 KB fff BH Gates resignation as Navy See Page 2 Ford Will Deliver CHS Baccalaureate John Wesley Ford whose la a member of the graduating A services were held Miss Cantor had suffered from will deliver the baccalaureate ftt 2 m vom Uie the disease for the past two A n V i i I Prt n M 4 n f n Birt rt f Daughter Is Cancer Victim May 18 UPI Comedian Eddie Can tors eldest died Sunday of I The famed who has ailing for several was placed under Miss Cantor and her four sis ters had provided a tunning1 gag for Cantor during his radlo IS PREPARED Gromyko Seeks Chance To Drive Wedge Into West By JOSEPH GRIGG A At j u i May IS According to reported TTO a Corsicana approved proposed US Secretary of State Christian consolidation between the two Herter today rejected Russias independent school 51proposal for an immediate Ger Charges of voting irregulari ties in the Em house voting box and a request that the ballots be impounded were lodged with County Attorney Jimmy Morris Monday following the Corsicana Emhousc consolida tion election Vote Against Merger but Emhouse defeated the 79 to thus killing man peace treaty that would pull West Germany out of the proposal because approval NATO and perpetuate Commun m both districts is Morris reported Monday morning that he had received afidavits from two residents of the Emhouse William Mahoney and Robert Col claiming knowledge of voting irregularities and request is 12 Breast Tumor Removed From Truman KANSAS May faced with a Harry prepared a stopgap bridge the wife of the former Presiproposal to stave off any Ber today underwent surgery Hri conflict while the Big Pour for the removal of a breast talks dragged on toward an eventual summit Her condition immediately Diplomatic sources said the following the operation which proposed Western Interim ar lasted nearly three hours rangement would described as very Wfestern lifelines to Berlin un Tom public der United Nutlpns for RescArchl1 The vUtled such a ist rule in the Herter told the sixth and long est session of the Big Four for eign ministers conference that the Soviet demand for a peace treaty with the two Germanies holds the seeds of future dis cord and Completes Rejections The secretary of state spoke after the Russian and East German Communists for mally rejected the Wests peace plan as unreal and incom The Western pack age called for free elections to all of Berlin and The exchange came as the Presbyterian daughters was well May 18 UPI Earl Hogan D planned to introduce a bill today which would gran farm ers price supports of 90 per cent of parity for their crops if they took part of their land out of The measure also would per mit growers of each commodity to bargain with buyers as a group for better prices and market Hogan said in a statement his proposal was designed to curb the growing government agri cultural surplus farm income and cut the cost of fed eral farm If enough acres are diverted to nonuse for a he we can really get Uncle Sams farm inventory cut down to more reasonable With the proper cutback they cant possibly pile on enough fertilizer to defeat this program Under the farmers would qualify for 90 per cent parity payments if they planted 20 to 60 per cent of their farms with soilbuilding A farme receve no federal benefits for half his idle For the other half he See FARM Page 2 Over 135 Hurt As Trains Crash into May 18 packed elevated train crunched the rear of a standing equally high above Chicagos northwest side More than 135 many of them in were treated in The crash occurred at at the height of the morning rush Hundreds of loopbound of fice workers were hurled to the floors of the all metal Firemen lowered the worst in jured to the three floors by an aerial platform Snorkel The rest of the estimated 600 to 800 persons on the two sixcar trains climbed down fire ladders or walked 400 yards to the near est El station along a nar row All available ambulances and police equipment shuttled the injured and dazed to three hos Elizabeths hospital received 87 Mary of Nazareth and Lutheran Dea conness Only 20 for a total of a few of the injured Although at least one person was crushed betwen the two most of the victims had merely been shaken or The slow speed of the oncoming train apparently prevented any One of the injured was Domi nic motorman of the train which smashed into the rear of the standing His front car pushed 30 inches into the steel framework of the car ahead and Parise was trapped in his cab for 30 minutes until crowbars pried him Some of the passengers in Pa raises train said they hammer ed at the door of his yell ing to him to stop before he Passengers in the train ahead watched helplessly as the oncoming train smashed into The worst injured passenger appeared to be 20yearold Nan cy Her right leg was mashed between the two trains and she might have bled to death except for a quickthink ing insurance The insurance Donald said The girl was trapped between the I could see her right leg so another fellow and I jumped to the tracks to pull her Wehling whipped off his belt and applied it as a sermon for Corsicana high school graduates Serv ices will be held in the CHS starting at 8 pastor of the First Methodist was selected hv the graduating class to de the which is the Take What You Want will ue the topic of Fords ser Commencement exercises will bo held May for the approximately 145 graduates Irate Bad SixYearold May 8 enraged father who went to the aid of his constitute not the largest yearold son faced assault Of CHS graduating classes but charges today for seriously Of the Graduates will be clad In caps See Page 12 250 Hurt When Bleachers Fall May 18 UP The top section of a newlybuilt bleacher caved in at the close of the Mayetta rodeo injuring more than 260 23 of them The critically some of whom suffered broken limbs and head were Presbyterian church in Streetyears and entered Cedars of man with burial In the Cade Labanon Hospital last March 20 cemetery The rites were for the second time within a ducted by Presbyterian minister of CorShe and her sisters kept the and news of her affliction from Surviving are his wife Cantor and his until of 1 March when her condition be Streetman three Paul camo giave w Cooper James Al Both Cantor and his wife fred Bay and suffer from heart R Miller Karnack two Only the Natalie of Los Margaret Pasa See Page 12 jurlng i Police picked sixyearold neighbor said Charles up the neighbor Michael and threw him to the Hospital offi cials said the sixyearold victim might not When young Sorce struck the ground a stick he was holding pierced his left hos pital physicians said the instru ment had entered the youngsters Officers investigating the case said Gobel looked out of a win dow of his home and saw the boy scuffling on the with three year old Sorce ground Firemen said later the action probably saved Miss Albergers Wehling and others describ ed the terrified moments in the last car of the standing train before the I heard someone yell A train is going to hit Weh ling I turned around and saw the train coming down on People went sprawling all over the There was screaming and crying and yell Another passenger in the standing Pearl said The woman next to me looked back and said Isnt he going to stop the next thing J we had been thrown to the A couple of people near me seemed to be crush In the oncoming Eva reported the first thing I knew something was to happen was when some passengers pounded on the motormans door and called him to wake They yelled that we were going to smash into the train Then we hit and people standing in the aisles were See Page 2 George The father came out of the picked up Michael and threw appar ently in a fit of police Gobel is a physic professor at tho University of police He was arraigned in city court today on seconddegree assault Gobel pleaded innocent and was ordered held for grand jury and a number of nephews and other rela pallbearers were Hardy Coy Wendall Byron Gor don Grizzard and Will Griffin Plastic Couch Cover Kills Boy hospitalized at nearby Topeka The William George and Another 130 became the second vic sons received emergency treat ment at About 100 suffered cuts and bruises but did not go to A steel girder cracked and the top section of the Cshaped bleacher sending some occupants tumbling 15 feet to the A tinroofed con cession stand beneath the bleachers helped break the fall of Report Dulles Grows Weaker May 18 UPI No major change has been reported in the condition of John Foster Dulles in his fight against The last word on the former secretary of state came from friends who said Saturday that he was growing weaker with each passing The State Department said menace struck again Sunday as I there was nothing to report a 10month old boy suffocated Sunday and that no announce when he became snarled in a ment would be made unless plastic couch cover in his there was a major change in I 1 I i 1 ft J NEW May 18 The plastic Dulles The 71yearold who J f tJ VB V I I tim of a similar accident in IB at Walter Read Army fivc days in Western Pennsylcal was said to n I M 1 I 1 I I n H 11 ff vanla and the third in the Btate ceiving painkilling be re See Page 2 Soviets Hay Seeking Laler Nuclear Data said it would be several plan meant any Western sell days before the results of tain tests being made arc He said he did not know whether the operation was the type of breast surgery common ly designated as radical and customarily done In cases of malignant He also said he did not know if a biopsy was done during tho tests are May 18 UPI routine procedure in tumor The Soviet Union may be fish ing for new information in It appeared a preliminary test agreeing to a technical study of made during the surgery indetecting high altitude nuclear Western diplomatic sources said They expressed concern at the fact that Soviet Premier Nlklta Khrushchev has failed even to mention Western proposals for studying means of detecting underground May I Diplomats were hopeful hut 18 A white farmer still cautious as a result Of 18 uri Khrushchevs letters to Presi See Pago 2 Stroke Follows FBI Grillinjs was in serious condition today from a stroke suffered after FBI questioning in the Parker lynch Arthur about was grilled at length Saturday by FBI agents probing the kid naping and murder of an ac cused negro He suf fered a stroke following the His who asked to re main said Its very possible this the stroke was the result of Intensive question ing by the A break in the case appeared An authoritative source close to the investigation said seven Missiaslppians would be arrested pretty dent Eisenhower and British Prime Minister Harold MacMU Inn He accepted the Western pro posal for a study by experts of means of detecting high alti tude explosions but Ignored com pletely the Western suggestion that this study include under ground blasts Diplomatic sources said the reason could bo that the Rus sians have enough data on underground explosions but that the United States is more ad vanced on explosions In the up per They said the West was determined not to let any of Khrushchevs apparent See NUCLEI A Page 2 this His said the infant was to bed on the couch late Saturday Checking Houser found his son snarled in the The infant was dead on arrival at Citizens General Hospital at Byrd Cites Housing Losses Injured Man Claws Moisture From Cactus rviv May 18 UPI Harry Byrd said today the government bought military housing units over the past three years for more than their original He told the Senate and May 465earold painfully injured in a small plane described from his hospital bed today how he crawled for four days through the living on cactus Im lucky to be I Lonnie He crawled eight miles across the desert while suffering from a cracked vertcrbra and a broken I didnt have anything to cat and Im sure he Its no fun to be maimed out in the crawling for your Davison was injured Wednes day in the crash of a twoseat plane piloted by his on a flight from to a distance of about 70 Both men are construction workers who com muted from Ray to their Tucson homes Jn Powells critically was brought from the wreckage of the craft to Marys Hospital here Sunday after Davison crawled to a highway and was spotted by sheriffs suffering from multi ple a lacerated tongue and was reported in poor a crane they were circling to gain altitude to fly over a mountain just after taking off when the plane went into a nose dive and crashed near several miles from The plane hit the ground nose Davison Powell was knocked and gasoline was running all over He couldnt I tried to help him out of the wreckage but couldnt get him in a report that the total government outlay for these units was hlgh Davison said he tried to walkUr than their replacement coat but his injuries were so painful estimated by the Federal Hous he couldnt stand up and he Ing was forced to crawl to reach reporting as chairman of the SenateHouse committee I didnt sleep at I Just on reduction of noncssentlal feci kept I got water from cral said the coat some big cactus plants in the the At first he used his pocket knife to slash into the cactus 000 in cash and in unpaid mortgage balances which military agencies have plants so he could suck Hlrl nnr muJ These he said did not include Interest payments on I gu eight mil lao is chairman Appropriations some lifesustaining The bJade on his knife broke off one cactus and he later had the remaining to use his hands to claw through the cactus prickly fal terior to get at the th S t ess I must have crawled for 10 years he I stopped the defcnse department has in under a bush not far from a dulged in federal housing In a sandy road to get out of the manner bypassing appropria when I heard a car Ljon controj It was a sheriffs deputy and i otner develop See Page 12 menta Plastic Henry Reuss introduced a bill which would require man facturers to warn parents that plastic bags are threat to the Tho lives of small measure would require that bags carry a plainly visible warning that they can suffocate At least 20 youngsters have suf focated in the bags so far this Foreign Aid William Drawer former administra tion specialist on foreign told the Senate foreign rela tions committee that President Eisenhowers request for arm aid should be boosted by Failure to do he would involve an unac ceptable risk to our own securi The President has asked for to supply military aid to this countrys Draper said the extra money was needed primarily to help NATO Hyman developer of the nuclear told the House science and astronautics committee that Americas prog ressive education is Russia3 greatest secret Rick over said the school year should be school buildings should be and the fed eral government should set stan dards for teachers and Too much time la wasted on useless he narcnts trv to maRe up the deficiency by building lavish1 school The American Nursas Association urged Congress to triple President Eisenhowers budget request for aids to nurse recruitment and better nursing A spokesman ask ed a Senate appropriations sub committee to approve instead The money would go to the public health services di vision of nursing Celler is trying to per suade the House appropriations committee to restore a 260mil Uondollar super aircraft carrier to the Presidents The project was scuttled by a sub committee last Coller said Congress should approve the carrier to prevent loss of a years precious time in the de fense The House Ways Means Committee plans an i See Page 13 ;