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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - May 12, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHEB FORECAST Partly cloudy through Wednesday with widely scattered thundershowers Wednesday afternoon no important temperature Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 70 75 78 80 82 85 1 88 Complete Weather Report on Market flJHemeofthe Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Mornir MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW May ed trading government selling by CHICAGO broad general Com Mixed Inta profit higher light to 50 cents lower top er steers irregularly weak to strong top LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS 290 MAY 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Gromyko Demands Seats For Poles And Czechs Texas Legislature Nears End Futile Session PAY RAISE FOR SOLONS APPROVED Governor Due To Offer Blueprint Special Session May 12 tors approved a pay raise for themselves today and sent an embattled boat and water safe ty bill to the The pay raise proposal comes in a constitutional amendment that must be submitted to the Britain Entering Satellite Field Wasted Manpower Disclosed COURT DECLARES MIAMI TRAFFIC TICKETS INVALID May 12 try and fine violators until circuit judge has ordered thethe Florida Supreme Court city of Miami to refund more than a million dollars to traffic it can be effecviolators Circuit Judge Robert voters before Fiscal Puzzle Left The 56th session dragged into its closing hours without ing the states fiscal Approval of the pay raise plan HJR was by Also the boat and water safety bill HB11 was passed by pro Lawmakers awaited a mised blueprint from An they The circuit court order stem med from attempts by two traf fic violators to get back derson said Monday paid in They are Oise were illegally fined since metro politan government took over in fined 550 for drunken and Gene a and admiral who occupies pub bade County with its 26 municitelephone repairman who mailedilic quarters on a post or base May 12 A colonel turned congressman said today the taxpayers are being charged 30 to 40 million dollars a year to provide serv ants in uniform for highrank ing Frank Kowalski CD retired made the His statement was prepared for the opening of hearings on use of manpower by the armed Practically every general May UP Prime Minister Macmillan said today Britain is getting ready to enter the artificial earth satellite Macmillan said Britain may send satellites into orbit either with the cooperation of its British Commonwealth part or with the United We therefore plan to send to Washington a team of experts to discuss possible AngloAmeri can the Prime Minister said in the House of palities March He ordered an immediate shuta stop sign lin on a citation for running down of Miamis traffic courts If approved by the State Su has four and some times five enlisted men work ing as fulltime avail and labeled all Miami traffic preme the decision couldable not only to cut the convictions null and void since h more woes on Miami in thetrim the polish the Jf form of false arrest suits wash the windows and the 1958 SCHOLARSHIP Bobby up per was voted the first place winner for a Navarro Junior College scholarship for 1959 for tuition and books by members the Corsicana Senior High School Distribu tive Education Sandra lower the runnerup in the Roland Laud lower and Willy upper were the two other The award was made at the high school Th club this year voted to provide the oneyear scholarship from its own funds rather than to sponsor an employeremploye banquet as in former Nelson club The final ists were selected on citizenship and other Quinn is employed by the SunLight Publishing Miss McKee is at Kress Laudan is with Penny Company and Anderson works at the Snfewav Photo bjt Ellis Stuttiot Price Daniel on how they can retire the deficit and balance the 196061 budget in one 30 day special The regular session ends at 6 with the Legislature still baffled by the taxing and spending Up to Voters The constitutional amendment proposal calls for voter approv al of pay raises for the Legisla It will be submitted at the next general It gives City attorneys said they will clamage ciaims for court I serve nmediately appeal the docilowmg and bail bond employed a Miami courts will continue lawmakers plus Prison Rebels Surrender FORT May 12 A 14hour prison riot ended without bloodshed shortly after noon EDT today Two hostage guards were not The convicts staged a windowsmashing demonstration to back up their demands for They charged that white prisoners were discrimi nated against and that the food at the prison was no State Corrections Commission er Keith Hampton said he would not press charges against the rioters but would transfer the ringleaders to a maximum security prison in I do not consider what they did here a Hampton He led 11 manacled convicts downstairs to the prison But throughout the night the rioting men screamed to news men that they would kill the guards of their demands were not At one point they held a guard to a window with a knife at his This morning they dangled a noose out a win Creeks Rising Below Corsicana The rioters were led the yearly salaries of a day expense money while in limited to 140 days a Legislative pay now is a day for 120 days while in ses sion plus certain Law makers also draw the same pay while in special Price Daniel Monday night signed bill HB458 See Page 2 Man At Dallas Pumps Barrage Into ExWite surrender procession by ring leaders Leonard and John ny The prisoners were seated in a waiting room downstairs in the building while newsmen and photographers grouped around to ask questions and snap pic prisoners did not The iThey ignored all See Page 2 Richland and Chambers creeks upstream flood crests are drop ping while in south and south ast Navarro county they still are Reports reaching Corsicana Tuesday at midmorning were that all levees are holding along Chambers and fears of breaks expressed Monday were chang ed to optimism Trinity river at Trinidad and at Highway 287 crossings was still rising Floodstage was expected at Trinidad dur ing the although waters have been rising in lowlands since Chambers was dropping at all crossings from Highway 31 but was still rising at the 287 crossing southeast of Briar creek had sub sided at Pettys Chapel to where traffic was resumed Tues day morning but Chambers was still out and the Hogan Bridge crossing was The gauge at Highway 31 Chambers creek crossing show ed feet Tuesday morning as compared with a mark at the peak While the streams crest was i fell considerably under the 28 See Weather Still Possible Texas Sectors By The Associated Tress Thunderstorms which killed one person and injured six as battered East and Central Texas for the past two days spread north and west over the of Texas The Weather Bureau wouldnt predict any more wild but said en increase in the mois ture content could touch off hail and heavy rain over wide sections of the In Central hail damage from a Sunday storm at Taylor was estimated at to by a spokesman for the insurance Forecasts call for thunder storms in scattered areas of West with showers near the coast and thundershowers in South Central Texas Tuesday and Violent thunderstorms broke from an eastern storm front Monday causing heavy See Page 2 William his exwife May riddled with n barrage of Dullets Monday night while his wo teenage daughters tried to beat him As police looked for In mon paid a social call on then returned to his car and fatally wounded himself with a single blast from a shot Alaskan Problems Multiple Athalie was dead on arrival a Her former an insur ance died early todaj about three hours after he was found wounded in his Sandra and her 14 yearold told police they tried to fight their father but he shoved them aside anc kept firing bullets into his ex wifes body It was Sandra said He just shot her and sho We couldnt stop He was terribly jealous o She had him put tin der a peace Shed had bin put In but you couldn keep him in jail The girls said Inmon cam to the house late Monday nigh and Inmon begged him t go She wouldnt let hirr in the house and Inmon fire three shots through a pane o Sandra said her mothe slumped to the floor but sti tried to hold the door closec He came in and Pat and tried to stop him to kee him out of the Sandr See Page 2 By GEORGE COFFEY I May 12 UPI Statehood for Alaska opened a pandoras box of prob lems which must be corrected at the federal Growing pains experienced by the vast north country now also give a good indication of what lies ahead for its tropical sister In an attempt to solve the most pressing problems the ad ministration has sent Congress package legislation known as the Alaska Omnibus A similar bill will be present ed later to deal with Hawaiis Alaskan statehood was approved June Hawaii won statehood last March The Hawaiian statehood bill signed by President Eisenhower March 18 gave William Quinn authority to set dates for the first elections In the 50th Hawaiians vote June i in a primary and again July 28 in a general election to pick two one rep a governor and other state A state lood referendum also will be held during the It was expected that the task of hammering out the final ar rangements for bringing Hawaii into the Union will be simpler than in the case of This is because Alaska has figured in many special federal pro grams which do not affect The Alaska Omnibus drafted by the Budget outlines a fiveyear transition al program of federal grants to help the former territory take over its new The bill would authorize an appropriation of for fiscal for 1961 62 and for The new State Legislature would allocate the money to specific Alaskas two Democratic sen Ernest Gruening and E Bob and its lone Democrat Ralph are in general agree hamber Budget rive Edging lloser To Goal A hike in the Chamber f Commerces 1959 budget dgcd closer to the goal Tucs ay as the latest progress rev tort in the membership cam laign showed At checkup meting callec y Membership Chairman L Hagle at 10 work rs submitted additional cam iaign results which accounted or the signing up of 12 new hamber affiliates for an ag gregate of In and the btainment of increases in in dividual dues of 115 members or an amount of over vhat they paid in Chairman Hagle commended he workers for the good results bus far in the drive and urged hem to continue their efforts until every prospect has been seen and a yes or no has een received from every mcm jer who was requested to raise his yearly Manager Dick Knight urged campaign workers to telephone See Page 2 Big Sun Spot Causes Kowalski to cook and serve the family wash and polish the officers private 30 said most le able to seek ause they already let their lay appeal period House Approves More Veterans Funds In Bill WASHINGTON May is w Thc traditionally reluc tant to offendveterans groups has voted to give the Veterans m d t Administration nearly 19 lion dollars more than LOS May UPI A tremendous sun spot covering more than five time the earths total sur face has been observed and pho Lockheed aircrafts solar observatory reported to Scientists said a huge solar explosion recorded Monday fol lowed an equally large one Sun They said current solar turbances were produci largest explosions on the more than a mil the House Appropriations Commit tee Only little more than fourth of the mem bership of the House The House deeply slasher President Eisenhowers budgd requests for the National Sci ence the Federa Aviation Civil Defense and the General Services Ad In these th House followed the recommen dations of its Appropriation propriations The omnibus sent to re Kowalski offered to within a few minutes housc show nobile ride of where we of messes where one can ap the Senate Monday hy voice calls for a total of or 126 million dollars less than thnn the President The Appropriations Commit tee had recommended 000 for the Veterans Adminis The President had re quested But mcnts in a series of amend proposed by Olin Teague chairman of the Veterans Affairs Commit the House raised it to The bill as passed would give the Office of Civil and Defense See Page 2 Dallas Council ar dis W fl becrecy May buy a hnmburger which will be either cooked by a sergeant or served by a sergeant or Why should the Army draft or enlist 50 soldiers to serve as chauffeurs in the White House motor pool Kowalski Clough Making Biiieresf Race At Galveston May 12 Wl One of the hottest elections In this Island citys history was held Issues include charter revi a tax fund bad and open closed The bitterest race is for mayor In which George Roy seeking a third is opposed jy three wellknown citizens iormer mayor Herbert Cart wright who served in that post for eight years Charles a monument works owner and school board member and Andrew former county Seven candidates are in the police and firemen commission ers The incumbent police and fire Walter Rourke Ji Walter for mer police and fire commission er Frank former sheriff Fletcher Harris an insurance man Charles service station operator Am brose former police and fire commissioner and John negro business The name of a Galveston sea man who died two weeks Noval also is on the ballot for the office of police and fire Davo seeking a sec Sce Pago 9 Belgian King Says World Is Looking To May 12 Baudouin of Belgium told Congress today the free world looks to the United States for leadership in averting war Where better can the free peoples of tho free world look for the averting of war anc than to your so vibrant with the love of life he It is unthinkable that those who spend so much to save life would ever think to destroy it In an 800word address to a joint session of the Senate and he said he had come to this country to register the sol tdarlty between the people o and the United Status Without mentioning commun ism by Baudouin In hi prepared address warned agalns this new kind of The older imperialism sough the conquest of lands the seeks the mastery of he The King said his country i determined to permit the peo pie of the Belgiums rich African to choose thei future As soon as they a soon as they have received th loving care in education tha we can give we aha launch them forth on their ow enterprise and independent exis Baudouin The King recalled a Distance to Belgium in bol World Time has not din med the gratitude of my peo he he said in conclu is confident the Unite States will succeed in main taining What is written on you I have read in the hear of the American people I God We he The eruptions are sending out City Council tabled Monday 71 teim ns finance commission charged particles which a move to make all meetings of the earths upper j the council open to the causing worldwide disturbances television and the in radio and telephone commu the observatory PLASTIC BAG FATAL iMny 12 monlli old Brynn Alma Ijtnnn suffocated Monday night when she pull a plastic garment bag over her head at hor home In near by Williams The motion was offered by Joe only Independent on the Mayor Bob recov ering from an eye did not attend the With the exception of all councilmcn are members of the Citizens Charter Assn which has dominated Dallas city politics for many is opposed by James Mat Other officers are Voters also will decide on members of a charter commis Fortytwo candidates have Sne ment with the Omnibus ap But in appearances before Commerce and Interior Commit tee hearings on the transitional egislation this week the Alaska egislators said there are sev eral holes in the administration The supported by Alaska Secretary of State Hugh told the committees state will need more help for its highway and airport They testified that at the end of the fiveyear period Alaska will he able to stand on its own Teet in most but that the states biggest prob lems will be road development and conversion of its airports to jet At weeks the Budget Bureau remained firm in sup port of its original citing President Eisenhowers recom mendation that Alaska get no better treatment than other See Page 2 TORNAJ1O truck is covered with part of the roof and some of the debris from a concrete block building in which was leveled by a The building housed a plastic cooler The tornado was one of several reported in the AP Wirephoto Guardsmen Sent To Strike Scene May Luther today ordered tl J Nation Guard to this striketorn cl where violence has erupted i pcatcdly at two textile The governor acted after dynamite blast wrecked a vac ant onestory building that had been by the strikebound HarrietHenderson Mills as a REPORTERS NFORMED EFORE MEET Takes Adamant Position To Halt Geneva Progress By JOSEPH GBIGG May 12 UPI ussia snarled the foreign mln ters conference again today f demanding full membership Poland and The Soviets rejected a ea to get down to serious ne otlations on the problem of Refuses To Budge Soviet Foreign Minister An rel Gromyko refused to budg3 uring a twohour private meet g with Secretary of State hristian although ha ad backed down Monday In demands to seat East and Vest Germany as equals of the Ig the 90minuta ormal conference of the mlnls ers at the Palais Des Nations ailed to touch on the main pur ose of the erman reunification and Euro can Sources said tha rocedural wrangle would con nue into Wednesdays sched led Ignores Herter Plea Herter pleaded with Gromy o to get on to at iand and not to delay us get See Page 2 Anniversary Berlin Airlift Brings Threats May 12 Vest Berlins celebration of Oth anniversary of the end oi he Berlin blockade today ran eadon into new communist hreats to cut off lifelines and iust Allied troops from the A telegram sent by Soviet Niklta Khrushchev to Cast German communist leaders expressed confidence that Bri France and the United States would lose their occupa tion rights in The released by the East German news said Now the Important qties of the conclusion of a Ger man peace treaty will be decid ed at Khrushchev made It clear tha Soviet was thinking of a solution on communist not West ern The East German communist newspaper Berlin Zcltung said In an editorial that the Western Allies blockaded themselves In 1948 by measures they took in the city just as they are isolat ing themselves The newspaper denounced the West Berlin celebration as a bomb against Geneva which shows the world only how ur gently necessary it is to eradi cate this source of unrest through conversion into a demilitarized nursery for children of women There were no Injuries result ing from the the latest In a long series of violent incidents since the two textile mills were struck lust STILL GROWING May 12 The population of the United States was on April the Census Bureau esti mated This was or per cent higher than April Clear States Rights Bill May 12 bill designed to give states more control over their internal affairs was headed for the House floor The House judiciary commit tee approved the measure by a vote of 17 to Its opponents said they would fight it vigor ously when it comes before the entire The bill is in two prohibiting federal laws from replacing stale laws except un der certain conditions the oth er allowing states to revive their sedition Congress could make excep tions to the first or the courts could rule that tho local laws were in Irreconcilable con flict with Committee chairman Eman uel Celler said he would fight the and asked the administration to line up Republican opposition to The justice department has argued that the bill might give state laws precedence over fed eral statues and cause legal con Other congressional develop mcnts Lester HolUman introduced a bill to authorize the President to freeze wages and prices for 90 days in an Inflation He said the President should have standby authority to pro tect farm ers and persons living on fixed income against any runaway in Franks president of the national labor management urged a House labor subcommittee to provide for regulation of un ion strike votes in any labor reform He proposed that strikes he barred until at least 10 days after unionmanagement negotiaitons Senate for eign relations committee got off to a stormy start in hearings on two important those of Ogden Reid to be ambassador to and Douglas Dillon to succeed Chris tian Herter as undersecre tary of Dillon ran Into un expected opposition when Russell Long ques tioned his handling of foreign aid and threatened to vote against Reid took tha only but it was clear he faces lengthy question ing about his qualifications when he returns next GOP leader Everett Dirksen pre dicted after a White House leg islative conference that Lewis Strauss will be confirmed as secretary of He said he is certain the Senate com merce committee will give give Strauss Its approval and the Senate itself will follow Ernest Vandiver told a Senate judiciary subcommittee that efforts to in tegrate the schools threatens Bee Page 9   

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