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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - May 29, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATKEB LOCAL cloudy and warm through Saturday with widely scat tered late afternoon and evening thunder Thermometer Headings 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 84 88 89 90 91 92 93 Complete Weather Renort on Market 305 IJiHomtofthe LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN 1TED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MAY 195D PAGES MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW May er selective govern ments quiet deal CHICAGO mixed late Mostly higher scattered to 75 cents higher top steers steady top AP TELEMATS PRICE FIVE CENTS Officers Gird To Save Living On Memorial Day ft ft ft ft ft ft ft f ft Temporary Berlin Pact May Get Summit Meet PLANE TALK ON GENEVA TRIP USEFUL Mystery Shrouds Albania Meeting Of Red Leaders May 29 UPD The Big Four foreign ministers flew in from a useful airborne conclave over the Atlantic today and plunged into secret negotia tions which the West hopes will produce a temporary settlement on Berlin in return for a sum mit Confer Quickly Secretary of State Christian Herter and the British and French foreign ministers met Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko to start brasstack talks four hours after the four men landed from Washington aboard Herters During the 17hour flight from Washington the ministers began the first tentative efforts at Berlin holding a 90 rntnue conference some feet over the Discuss Details An official statement on the flying conference said the ministers reviewed the pro gress of the Geneva conference and discussed certain details of their respective All agreed that their ex change of views had been use the brief statement But responsible conference See Page 7 Boxhite flown By Jet Tester NEW May A Boeing Aircraft tes pilot took a vacation from lightning fast jets today ant made a flying trip of 140 mile that took three and onehal hours of air Peter Seattle flew from N I to New York City in replica of the boxkite plane ii which Glenn Curtiss made th trip down the Hudso River 49 years ago Thanks to a slight tailwinc Bowers had enough gasolin at the end of the trip to mak a turn around the Statue o Liberty before heading out fo Airpor Idlewild International on Long Tropical Storm Senate 1 May The Texas Senate today held the key to Pandoras box of The House punched Price Daniels tax plan to the upper chamber 7156 The 149 million dollar tax bill is designed to cover state spending as laid out in the House appropriations Representatives kept Daniels 5050 balance on taxing between selective sales taxes and natural resources and business Daniel congratulated the House for passing what he called a tax bill adequate to meet the needs of our The governor said Senators will decide whether another 30day special session will be needed to solve the financial He predicted the Senate will refuse any general sales tax program and follow the Houses An Associated Press poll shows many Senators think any effort to substitute a general sales tax for the House bill will Most side with the program generally although a few object to the severance beneficiary tax This is the section which will pick up the biggest amount 35 million It levies a ax of 5 per cent on the eventual user of the gas while To Tax NEWSPAl WITH ALL THE NEW May UPI editor of the Atlanta Constitution and winner of this years Pulitzer Prize or editorial said today hat for ell their faults todays American newspapers are the best weve ever had from the tandpoint of McGills address was prepard for delivery as the fourth annual Joseph Putlizer Memoral Lecture at the Columbia Jniversity Graduate School of Arthur Hays pubisher and chairman of the board of the New York was to recive at a lunch the second Columbia journalism award for singular journalistic erformance in the public The established last is presented as occasion merits to persons whose service to journalism and the public might not lie within the scope of other major The first award was made last year BEST IR FAULTS president and dltor of the Arkansas Gazette f Little McGill deplored the reduction n the number of newspapers published in the United nd said the number will to decrease unless some genius comes along with a technical breakthrough to make it lossible to establish and pubish a newspaper without the vast costs now But he said there is no in numbers of available or in the indepen Page 9 Thefts Bring Aid Of Texas Ranger A Texas Ranger has joinec Sheriff Rufus Pevehouse and hi officers in the investigation o two school burglaries in Na varro county and two in othe The safe at Kerens school wa looted Wednesday night and in cash The same nigh similar jobs were pulled a schools iri Kemp and Trinida in Kaufman and Henderso counties Thursday night the safe B Frost school was cracked an an undertermined amount c cash Ranger Ben Krucger of Athen who is in charge of this dl joined Sheriff Pevehous Deputy Howe French and Cor stable Holloway of Ke ens in investigating the Keren job Krueger was due In Cors cana Friday and was to be a companled to Frost by eithe Sheriff Pevehouse or Depul Due to the method of open 200 Die In Train Crash May 29 IP Unconfirmed reports say 185 persons were killed and 200 seriously injured in a train crash in the mountainous Tasik malaja area of West Java Health Ministry officials an nounced Four coaches of a Bandung bound express reportedly piling ed into valley Thursday afte a coupling Informed sources said the accident wa believed caused by sabotage by rebel Darul Islam The area where the acciden occurred is infested with rebels nurses and 2 12 ton of medical equipment have been flown to the A country wide appeal has been made fo more doctors and See TAX Page Castro Delays Land Program May 29 UPI Prime Minister Fidel Castro fearful of crippling Cuba econ has decided to postpone for a year his plan to carve up large holdings of sugar The announced by Labor Minister Manuel Fern andez came 10 days at ter the Castro government hac moved to introduce a sweeping land reform Fernandez mentionec only sugar lands in announcing the but the ac tion was certain to bolste tobacco farmers and other lane owners in their battle agains the reform Page 9 By United Press International A tropical storm bowled across Ihe Gulf of Mexico toward the Louisiana and Mississippi coast today and coastal residents were warned to expect tides up to four feet above A noon EDT advisory said the first alphabetically named tropical storm of the new hurricane was cen tered about 140 miles south southwest of New It was moving northwest about 15 miles per Winds up to 50 miles an hour howled in squalls as much as 150 miles north of the The storms center was expected to hit the Louisiana coast late today and move into Arkansas Gale warnings were hoisted Tom Lake to High winds beached a boat on Petit Bols Island in Mississippi Sound off stranding six persons for several hours until the craft was taken in tow this During the the Weather Bureau extended its small craft warnings from Westward to The Louisiana coast lying di rectly In the path of the storm at its last advised direction contains scattered fishing vil lages and swamp lands dotted with oil Further to the west by 250 miles is devas tated by Hurricane Audrey In June More than 500 lives were lost In the Cameron area during Audreys Pro perty damage was beyond esti Reserve Board Tightens Money FUTURE PROJECTS JOLT CHALLENGE WVTH By JOSEPH MVLEK May 29 UPI Jaded with the bursting of and all the other monotonous mir acles of May Look whats in store crossing the con tinent in 80 the At lantic in two By says transmission of elec trical power to run airplanes and space Its coming say 1 The Raytheon of and 2 Acadc Possibility Of Steel Walkout Looms Stronger NEW May steel industry and the United Steelworkers Union hav virtually ended any hopes o reaching a peaceful contrac ail at of There were no indications If Diplomas Given 120 Drane Students There were 120 students pre sented graduation diplomas in the first Drane Junior High School commencement exer cises capaaRy at 9 filled in the Meeting the Challenges of the Changing as follows By JIMMY JOHNSTON In the famous drama by Sir James Peter Pan was a Matt president of the school made the presen principal of the boy He made two Awards to Don Drane Clowe Star and Betsy members of the 4 graduating He also point ed out some of the require ments for the He stated that the student must be a graduating attended junior high for two have not g lower than B work in citizen be outstanding in school activity and also be outstanding in cooperation and citizen Jimmy Johnston delivered the commencement address who did refused to grow not believe in the grownup In the play it made a pretty picture in real life it makes a As graduates of Drane Junior High School are now on the threshold of If we refuse to believe in the grown up we will fail miser ably in the tasks that lie before us for one of the big questions before our world today is wheth er or not the human race is ma ture enough to handle the is sues which it faces now and will face in the We must become mature and spiritually in or der that we may be able to ac cept the responsibilities and challenges which lie before Demand Excellence Intellectual excellence is now n great Today more than ever sci and other people of specialized serv ices are being sought To meet this demand students are naving to go to school longer and do harder Mature thinking frowns on mediocrity a halfdone job cannot be ac We are not living in an age of Our right even to stay alive may be challenged History has told us that to rest on our laurels is tain Otir very careful to to face enemies capture tho o match this Our minds are a Godgiven talent to fail to use this talent in its fullest would be to fail God as well as Physical Needs The need for physical excel lence is sometimes overlooked In a world filled with and push but people have an idea that physical fitness Is only for pro fessional of course is far from Our bodies have served us in ages past and will continue to serve Albert Einstein recognized this and no matter what important project he might have been working he stopped to take a onemile walk each minds and talents of their youth for the advancement of their Since in this country we will not be forced to use our we must bs willing to give our intelligence lician Koteinikoc of the worlds orbiting the Hugh Dryden icputy Director of the TTation 1 Aeronautics and Space Ad says they are ossibillties of the distant cities trans ortable by Kaiser Indus rics published this fore nst a while City bllglH nfecting your town Lift It to new capable for the irst time of exploring th cenn Reynolds Meta is about to buy Submarine Sovie scientist Lev Tenkevich sayi hey are bound to come becausi the ocean is much richer in Our bodies are the most Intri cate and wonderful mechanism ever entrusted to They were not meant to stand idle but to expand and push for See Page T Gunmen Seize Cuban Fortune In Mexico City MEXICO May 29 Gunmen snatched a valise which police said contained more than three million Cuban pesos from an American woman in a quiet residential dislrict here Thurs day and wounded her with a shot as she A quick investigation led to the arrest of the iden tified as Marilyn Mae Thall Beyeff of and a score of other some of her associates and men suspected of engineering the Even while pressing the in quiry Into the police said today they believe they have stumbled on an interna tional ring dealing in foreign jewels and perhaps Beyeffs Karl was among the persons rounded He was taken into custody after he called police headquarters from a downtown hotel lo Inquire about Police said the slolen valise contained Cuban pesos worth the same See FORTUNED Page 9 New Industrial Team Receives Special Aids T h u r s day in Washington USW president David Me Donald admitted that joint con tract talks which began Maj 11 had resulted in no progress The union chief accused the industry of not bargaining ii good faith and threatened I file charges against the com panics with the National Labo Relations William a vic president of Inland Steel Co said lalnr that McDonald al ways accuses the industry o not bargaining in good fnit when we refuse to give hire what he Top steel leaders hern for th 67th meeting of the America Iron Steel Institute Thursda emphasized the industrys de termination to resist any wag increase this They mad it plain they were prepared t See Page 9 See Page 9 Top Teamster Arrested For Racketeering May 29 lopranking teamster union offl cial and close associate of un ion President James Hoffa was Indicted and arrested Thurs day night on charges Involvin racketeering In the juke bo Fourteen Includin three officers of a teamster lo were Indicted with ORourk who is an International Unio vice president and president the joint council rcprcsentin New York He became the citys to teamster several years ago a ter an election bitterly conies ed in Ihe courts on the groun lhal he had won on votes fron paper locnls chartered to ex Soe Pago 10 May 29 Congressional critics ot le Federal Reserve Boards urrcnl tight money policy tiarged today that a new In crest rate boost will fuel ot bank the fires ot infla The board late Thursday au horized five federal reserve anks to raise interest rates on oans to commercial banks from to 3 12 per The In rease in Ihe discount rate goes nto effect Its effect will be to make redit tighter for ordinary bor owers in the five areas v Louis and The thor seven federal reserve ianks were cxpecled to go along vith the increase Chairman Wright Patman of the House Smal Business called the boards action HI laid the group was fighting in Inflation that doesnt exis oday except highInterest in lation and theyre adding fir At 3 12 per the dis ount rate now is back to it iost1934 last In effect i AugustNovember Patman and other congrcs sional critics of the boards fla ml policy that tigh Money encourages inflation t See Page 10 Carrier Crash Kills Hurts 21 Ma 29 Fire at sea followe the crash of a Navy jet plan aboard the aircraft carrie Essex The pilot of the piano wa and an airman on tl carrier deck burned to Three men were critically 1 Jured and 18 hospitalized wl minor burns or Six planes were destroyed i Tho carrier had co siderable damage to its roe upper deck compai ments and electrical wiring an EAR HEAVY ROADS TOLL ON HOLIDAY Many Tributes Scheduled For Victims Of War By United Press International State and locnl officials plan olemn Memorial Day rites to onor the nations war nd at the same time will wage n allout war on holiday traffic From a rustic outdoor shrine ear to the oldon Gate Bridge at San veterans organiza ons and survivors of slain ervicemen will gather singly or groups Saturday to pay trt ute to those who fell on for Ign 260 Deaths Due The National Safety Council stimated 260 persons would die n the nations highways dur ng the Memorial Day weekend ietween 6 local time Frl and midnight This Is 35 more than the aver 225 traffic fatalities record d during nonholiday mt 120 deaths less than the 380 ounted by United Press Inter latlonal during last years three day Weather Varied The Weather Bureau pre dicted dry weather erfect driving conditions for Memorial Day through tha the Upper Plains and nost of New England but said most of the of tha Rockies would be visited by showers or thunderstorms later n the The entire state police forces n 24 states will be on duty over See Page 10 Disabled List To Grow May 29 UPI Tho presidents committee on employment of the physically handicapped estimated today that persons will bo permanently crippled in auto over tho Memorial Day week Mclvln Committee said three persons will he disabled for each highway death dur ing Ihe 88 Get First Collins Certificates See Page 10 DRANE GRADUATION GOLD STAR WINNERS The first meeting of the newly created Industrial team of the Chamber of Commerce in dustrial committee was held in the form of an instructional 1 cheon Thursday at the Na varro Louis committee announced selection of the team makeup which be gan the immediately job of pre paring themselves for their re spective The team is comprised of the following Sites John Corley labor sup ply George Williams local government Reading transportation Phil Wlede mann insurance and taxation Raymond Cooper utilities Embry was de signated chairman of a new companion committee whose function will be to assist exist ing All the above named were luncheon participants as well as Chamber President Bob Chamber Manager Dick Knight and Stan area development consultant of the Texas Power and Light Dallas who Members of the first gradu ating class of Collins Junior high 8S wore given their diplomas in com mencement exercises in the school cafetorium Friday at An overflow crowd looked on as Maco vice president of the school awarded each member of the history making class his redbound cer other school officials and just inter ested citizens were on hand to witness the program which last ed an Next schoolyear members of the class will take their place in Corslcana high Sue Cansler was honored as the graduate with the highest grade 21 other students whose averages range from and above were academic awards were given to students with the highest grade average In each icadcmic area or Twelve ot these awards which came in the form of academic pins were Academic nwards went to Miss English Ken neth Clyilctte social Jo Ann Candy Ronny Mary Susan Carole Jo Ann girls physical ond Tim boys physical Principal Compton pre sented the The Coronation March from The Meyerbeer was given by Sus Sharon Beeman pronounced tho Jack Stecle brought greetings as follows This morning the class of 1959 welcomes you to the first graduation exercise to be held n the James Collins Junior High We are honored lo have this for we realize lhal il has been a great privilege lo blaze the Irail for the many boys and girls who will in the future march across this Although we have enjoyed many triumphs and experienced many on both the ath letic the scholastic throughout the year wo ho had an Inspiration in knowing that in all our efforts we were helping to establish a proud tra ditlon for Collins Junior High feel that to hold these high idoals ever before us con an we are given further oppor tunities to reap the benefits of the American way of Adagio Mozart was brought as a flute solo by Carole An accompanied at the piano by Susan The American Life was the subject brought by Ronny Willis us follows THE AMERICAN WAY Do we really love America We were taught early In lifo how our forefathers fought for the land of Ihe nnd the homo of tho This is our Wo live where wo work where we and have time to enjoy tho good This Is tho Ameri can way of Brave men before us sacri ficed and died to make thia country what it is When tinucs lo he our e see you great cities and our small towns humming with en responsiblllty See Pago 2 PARTICIPANTS IN FIRST COLLINS COMMENCEMENT JIMMY JOHNSTON PEGGY McGILL BETSY WOOQ DON CLOWE Set Page 9 ljfcu ;