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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - November 16, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy to cloudy through Tuesday much colder to night with low in mid20s continued cold Thermometer Readings 81 9 10 1 11 I 12 I 1 2 44 46 I 50 54 56 I 58 1 60 Weather Report on Market tht Daily Sun and SeRifWetM Morning liftht MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW 16 rails corp ora tes trade CHICAGO profit profit profit to 25 cents lov cr top steers weal to 50 cents lower top LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS 139 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS i WARNS HOST GOALS FALL SHORT Rejects Policy Of Spending All Aid At Home i With Hawaii Volcano Remains Active MEMORIAL TO 36TH DIVISION A granite memorial shaped after the 36th division insignia was dedicated on the capitol grounds at Max of daughter of Oran unveiled the Price Daniel holds a wreath which he placed on the huge arrowhead dedicated to the AP Wirephoto i i MWant Cut j 16 congressional action to reduce income taxes was urg ed today by the National of n A thorough revamping of tax rates should boost annual per sonal incomes by at least 40 bil lion dollars within eight the NAM The associations views were presented to the House Ways and Means Committee by John vice president of the NAMs government finance The committee opened a fiveweeks tax study hearing Davidson said in his prepared testimony that removal of the present tax systems serious impediments to economic pro gress would provide for an an nual economic growth rate much righer than the 3 per cent of re cent Under a reformed tax rate Davidson there certainly would seem to be no reason why the growth rate should not or perhaps 4 per cent annually over the years Starting from the a 4 pflr cent instead of a 3 per cent growth rate would mean an annual addition to total personal income equal to the present 40 billion dollar personal tax bill in about eight If the average growth rate should go as high as 5 per in eight years the addition to personal income would equal the present total federal tax bill See Page 2 Ike NEW Nov 16 Secretary of State Christian Herter said today communist and free world countries must agree on ground rules to keep their rivalry from eventually exploding into nuclear Negotiators Task That is the main for the negotiations that lie in the months and years he Herter set his goal in a speftch prepared for a National Foreign Trade Council Herter expressed confidence that on some fundamental issues which he did not identify We can find a common language be cause we have a common in Will Take Courage He noted that Soviet Premier NikHa Khrushchev has spoken of the need to develop such a common language despite the continuing EastWest ideological It will take courage of a high order and strong nerves over a long time to construct a new re lationship between the antagon istic he said But that must be done if civilization is to It is nothing less than this immense and long term project on which we are now Her tor cautioner that EastWest competition will continue to be rugged despite any ground rules or Khrushchev makes no bones TEXAS WORKERS WARNED OF COMING REVOLUTION SAN 16 A severe Industrial revolution will leave millions of workers looking for new jobs for which they are totally untrained in the Text 20 the president of the Texas State AFLCIO pre dicted today at the annual con vention of the 100 turning out what it takes men to produce Holleman told the dele representing state union members We will invest billions in machines to replace but very little attention is being given to the millions of people Jerry Holleman warned that who will be must the increasing use of automatic somehow find the the electronic the encouragement to and atomic power will result in begin Millions of workers one man supervising a machine who have devoted a lifetime to a trade or a skill must find a way to start all over again in a new and strange in a new and strange section of the coun Adequate federal unemploy ment with an assist from industry and loans Corsicana To Host National Education Chief NEW 16 UP National Airlines plane car rying 36 passengers and a crew of six went down in deep waters off the Gulf of Mexico Const Guard helicopters sighted several bodies floating amid widelyscattered The four engine en from Miami to New Or 16 Mother enrlh spewed forth gold en lava today in an awesome I route fountain of fire at Kilauea check The which ed to pose no danger to island The Coast Guard located the became the biggest wreckage about 100 miles south lost contact with radio points shortly after mid tourist attraction in the 50thjoast of New and about 25 miles from the southern tip Scientists could not say how of long the unpredictable display Several persons from Texas would It started Satwere aboard the urday night on the island of One Dallasite is Bum 200 miles southeast of a partner in a Louisiana hoat building His The bed of Kilauea Iki is well known ter was a shimmering mass of In Dallas as a stage and tele In its midst came sudden vision particularly flashes of flame as scrub trees with the Mnrgo Jones in the craters river of lava blazAnother is Fred cd up from the Intense about president of the Bon The lava flowed from a rift nie Maid Childrens wear of in the craters inner south wall into the pit 300 to 800 feet bc Also aboard waa Stanley low in a brilliant waterfall glow ing with heat of When the eruption lava poured from 12 fountains in the belching white hot rocks Corsicana will be one of two Texas cities to host Walter See Page 2 Information On Puppy Needed Aid of the public was enlisted 40MPH WIND WHIPS FRON DEEP MONDAY Record Lows Hit In Rockies Area And Great Plains By The Associated Press The Weather Bureau predicted the coldest weather of the sea son will strike Texas by Tues The front of the cold wave dropped temperatures spectacu larly in the upper Panhandle as it moved through Monday Fnmpa Chilled The punch of the cold front was illustrated at Fampa in the upper where tho temperature was 39 degrees at 5 and 16 by Winds shoved the cold front alonp at a 40 About the front ran along a line from Ardmora in southern Oklahoma to Brecken then west to Abilene to just north of Odessa and Mid Dalhart reported 13 degrees at but by noon tho temperature rose to Dies At Houston 16 Hugh Roy who with her husband gave away more than 180 million dollars for education and health died Sunday night at her She was Her husband died here In His estate was valued at more than nine million Both believed the great for tunes should be disposed of in the interests of The University of Houston and Baylor both presented honorary degrees to Survivors include her four Paul Portanova of New York Isaac Ar Douglas Marshall and Corbin Robertson of Houston 15 grandchildren and 15 Funeral services will he Tues day morning at the i GARDEN 16 The Kansas Bureau of Investigation plans to send a dresser alongside a diamond The Robert Fen 16 President Klsenhower ac cepted tentatively today a military in tho general area of the current 41 billion v calling for small man power cuts for two of the arm ed services so as to stress new 16 President Eisenhower sur rounded himself today with a team of defense and financial experts and began a item by item check on a 1961 where must be assurhoo feet into the Today only ed during the period of tranalone fountain was still Holleman or the In Jerry seismologist at dustrlal revolution will the volcano said president of thc Na Qn the sUte front Holleman after climbing through the eraSunday by Thurman Me tional Education soHoua consideration of a tor pit he believed the lava flowpraw Blooming Grove in nn would continue for some effort to find the whereabouts He said Kilauea posof a feist brown an sibly could Gvupt that disappeared Friday Murata on Highway 22 between Frost said it impossible to preand Blooming was announced supervising princi pal of the Upper Dublin public Fort See Page 12 Rubottom Says Reds Involved Panama Riots 16 A State Department official said today Communists had a hand in the antiUnited States demonstration In Panama 3 and police there misjudged the Roy Sec retary of State for interAmer ican also said in a tele vision interview NBCs that the Communists are spend ing 100 million dollars on propa military budget of some 41 organization work and near will deliver the main address at the 1 joint meeting of the Corsicana Teachers Association and the Corsicana Classroom Teachers The banquet meeting will be held in the Collins school cafe torium at 7 Eshelman will spend two days in Monday he will make a speech in See Page 12 Mississippi Due NAACP Counsel Reveals 16 Thurgood Marshall said Sunday he will not wait for Mississippi See Page 12 Top Court Will Review Suits Aqairst States diet how the eruption would be See Pnpe 2 ege ants James Eastland to give him his National for While In Eshelmanhne Advancement of Colored will be the house guest of people spoke to 800 observing and Dana Fairfax Holiday After Grid Standoff Navarro Junior College was 16 The Supreme Court today agreed The puppy several days earlier i to review lower courtdecisions had hltten a fouryearold that tho governmenfe daughter of Thurman and cannot sue a state on charges the puppy wns being held for of discrimination against negroes It is believed the who wish to register to small pet wandered to the District Judge Frank way and someone may have Johnson in picked H and the Circuit Court tn Unless the little which New Orleans ruled that neither is further identified as having a on the 1957 Civil Rights Acts natural hob Is It will face nor In Its history was there be necessary for Letha to take any reasonable basis for hold the rabies shots as a precauing that congress intended to holiday today Montionary Efforts to ioprovide for suit against a sov 1918las negroes and about a dozenlday because of the Bulldogs Cflte the Pct were futilc a11 day erelgn white persons in the city standoff with the Deputy Sheriff Howe The Justice Department ap Jion Secretary of Defense Neil who knows what else In Latin Elroy and a planeload of of 19 Latin ington officials flew in with Amcrican countries met in Mos the defense budget and motor1 rcccntly and drafted plans eel to Eisenhowers vacation headquarters at Augusta Na I or just such ncidents he tional Golf are trying to destroy the interAmerican conference to be held in next Au 25 So The flight landed at the gusta Airport at minutes behind the spending seminar was cor respondingly late in getting un der way in the trophy room at tfce golf While saying that Communists Rubottom said we recognize there are certain purely national aspects involv The President is getting a ed in the 3 incident when workplay vacation at the club rioters damaged the em bassy in the quarters See Page 12 t crew of agents into this area to day to help in the search for the slayer who murdered four members of a wellto do Slain in their isolated farm home near here were Herbert his their 16yearold Nan cy and 15yearold The killer gagged his victims and bound them hand and Each of the family was shot in the head and Clut ters throat was The victims were slain by a Neither the gun nor the weapon with which Clutters throat was cut have been Police dont know who killed the They havent de termined the Nothing in the house was in No valuables appeared to be Money which said and Nancy apparently were not mo lested He placed the d of death between 11 Saturday and 2 Two of Nancys Mary Ewalt and Susan found the The girls customarily rode to church with the Clutter family and went to the house Sunday for that pur When no one answered their the girls entered the The Clutters were community Clutter was a founder of the Kansas of Wheat He was a past president of the National Wheat Growers president of the Garden City Equity a director of th Consumers President Eisenhower appoint before his December tour of 11 nations in Asia and Eisenhower summoned nine other officials from Washing See Page 2 Murder Clues Sought Arkansas Diamond Field Nov 16 Police today combed what is termed North Americas i t i 1 n only diamond field for clues in ftnd pushing the violent death T ne during the period to at least Fran Barnett is president His speech ended a three son County Cardinals Saturday advised by the of the classroom teachers group day convention of the state and Oscar Bounds the Local Insurance Survey Started Six representatives of U Slate Insurance Commissions Bon presll worried mother announced the decision speaking about MisSunday said They say we This wns an imporUnt Tcxas should wait until the community conference contest for both as is ready lo give us more rights thfi champlonahlp waa to be de Should I wait for Joe Eastland d h to give me my rights There f was only one tie came cochampion honors for want to he lboth They shared the same We have integration suits inlhonor8 last car Bus 62 Pupils Hurt BATON 1 A school board bus with failing brakes turned over to fire insurance checking division ail the states of tho union ex Navarro and Henderson both day near on the northern arrived in Corsicana early Monccpt and Mississippi flmancd thc Conference play outskirts Injuring more day from Austin to make is going to join the complete resurvey of business Well help them I pealed to the high tribunal to review and overturn the lower The appeal said they had Incorrectly decided the issue of state amenability to suit under the Civil Rights It called the question one of national Importance which should be resolved promptly by the Supreme In another action In the gen oral field of Civil the property insurance In a reference to Little Henderson finished the regular season Saturday The representatives apprised Marshal said I dont blame with a 721 city officials of their mission in Orval Faubus and the with one more game to has the city and sought assistance White Citizens Council for acta 621 in finding office space for n as they But I do blame The promise of a holiday for a victory and the championship wns made by Gnston duration of six weeks to two Corsicana was last given a re rating by such a crew in Every mercantile building in the downtown district will be inspected and rerated for In surance it was report See Page 2 Two Americans New Cardinals Catholic Church See Page 2 By The Associated P Car accidents killed 28 per during the week Ellis was found ac shot once in the head early TwQ colUsionS lying on a bed m a counted for 12 livcB flnd lwo shack which on the Martin car accidents killed sev ad joins the Crater of en Although Texas had its worst w i The two mines are part of al of the during thc diamondproducing field thatL tQ Sunday has yielded several valuable I M ffiW of the Police could find no motive for the Deputy Sheriff Amherst area when their car died hit a VATICAN 16 UP John XXIII today named eight new cardinals of the Roman Catholic They Included two Arch bishops Albert Gregory Meyer of Chicago and Aloysius Muench of The Popes action increased the College of Cardinals to 79 its largest size In the history of the The elevation of Archbishop Saturday had been expected Santa Fe he succeeded the late Samuel Cardinal Stritch as arch T freight between Lubbock and flf Chlcflgo juat a yea the New Mexico Killed ago His archdiocese is were Jesus Modesto tne in the United Guadalupe having nearly two million mem and Florentine dents could be directly attribut to the Eight persons died north of Charles Holder said the when their It a Rock Island were placed the death weapon a truck h in Fagan s left hand afterL t the This was determined because passenger Killed Doyle his Nancy had placed in an envelope lor church lay on her bedroom j ed him in 1954 to the Federal The gun had been fired Farm Credit Clutter de See Page 2 and their four chil u 11 i i MI Don Lanice creased by the bullet that killDi J2 Sandra Sue 6 and ed He could not use e Billed were Rena Bry and Lynn 18 Holder said Charles A11 Iived in left hand because of See Page 2 Four farm workers from the Four persons died Saturdayi Both the new American cartfi ln a twocar accident on are natives of way 81 south of San and Archbishop Meyer headed They were Fred Casa the archdiocese there for five Joe Refugio ycara before going to and Esmerelda GonArchbishop has infant daughter of been representing the Vatican and Primitive papal nuncio to Germany All were from San since World War II but has re Killed in a twocar accident Rained his post as head of the near San Angelo Sunday were North Dakota Ronald San Angelo The night new princes of the than 62 parochial First reports said most of the injuries were although at least four youngsters were being examined for broken high court declined to review tho cases of seven negro teachers who contended the school board refused to renew their teaching contracts because of racial The seven were among 11 nej In Hobgoocl f teachers dropped when the reported treating and releasing board put into effect a Bchool pupils who received cuts and plan with the 195556 Under the bruises plan an all negro school All were en route to the Gerard Majella Catholic The bus reportedly carried 70 abandoned and its pupils were taken into other desegregated Whit rimary Att BEAUTV DKFIES NORTHER Le si m m f i Lee and Ilaro church will he elevated to their Susie U Dallas both of Robert high office on 14 in a conhiSTh school defies a in the Vaticans north wind to add a touch of glamour to the kickoff of Those named with the two I Lock Your Car a pro Arnle of were William motion of Dallas was electrocuted Sunday when British dean of the Holy RomaniHere she locks a Sheriffs car he touched a line Rota Apnstlno Other Sunday fatalities inltorial eluded See Page 2 Bee Page as Buckalew lAP Photo 16 The Justice Department today filed suit at challenging the validity of a white primary conducted last 1 in Fayettc The brought against the Democratic Executive Com mittee of Fayettd County un der the civil rights act of was the first court action deal ing with alleged racial discrim ination in an Three previous cases filed to preserve negro voting rights concerned alleged discrimina tion in voting The Memphis suit asked for an injunction to prohibit thc Fayettc County Democratic or ganization from preventing ne gro participation in primary elections for local The complaint alleged that Democratic nominations in Fa yette county are tantamount to No other party has offered a candidate for local office In Fayette County since Reconstruction The suit said the Fayett County Democratic Executivi composed of repre sentatlves of the 15 voting dis tricta in Fayette an responsible for calling and con ducting local includ ing designating the election of The government charged tha about five weeks before 1 the commltte adopted a resolution excludin negroes from the primary am on election day placed a notic on each ballot box barring According to the the tice said Only white Democrats an authorized to vote in this prl If any negroes should ask t vote In your they ari to be Informed that this Is white Democratic primary am not a general The complaint said that as several negroes who trlei to vote were turned away b election ;