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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - May 21, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                4 t THE WEATHER LOCAL cloudi ness with scattered showers and a few thun derstorms through Friday no important temperature Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 76 80 82 83 1 84 85 I 86 Complete Weather Report on Market Homeof the Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Morning Lteht MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW May ed rails in govern ments commission house CHICAGO Wheat broad with to 50 cents lower top steers steady to weak top LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS 298 MAY 1959 SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENTS vtt i i i r t mmtfmym i A i i IRRITATED BY 45yearold Poplar farmer sits on his bed holding a gauge shotgun he greeted newsmen whom told he was fedup at re peated questioning by the FBI concerning the lynching of Davis said he refused to go with the FBI agents for questioning unless they placed him under arrest and said hed use the shotgnn to back up his AP Wirephoto VJ r By JOSEPH GRIGG May 21 Secretary of State Christian Herter warned Russias Andrei L Gromyko today to stop hia ac cusations and innuendo If he f an EastWest Herter then brought the Big Four foreign together over dinner for their first secret The aim of the behindthe scenes talks at Herters villa was to smoke out Gromyko on Higher Farm Costs Foreseen May 21 Agriculture Depart ment said today farm costs will go higher in this year after reaching a record peak in Economists said the group of items expected to be chiefly re sponsible for higher farm costs in 1959 included wage farm real farm motor mo tor building and fenc ing and general farm The economists said that al though prices paid for feeder and replacement livestock rose during the first four months of if further in crease is expected in the prices paid for these livestock or for or Of th e 12 major grrou ps of farm production nine had higher cost tags in 1958 than in They were wage up 9 per cent up 8 per cent farm real up 8 per cent farm up 5 per cent up 5 per cent motor up 3 per cent up 2 per cent motor up 1 per cent building and fencing up 1 per whether he had come to Geneva for genuine negotiations rather than merely to make cold war propaganda The new state had his first sharp skirm ish with Gromyko at todays Big Four conference session before Western ministers went into their private talks with the Soviet foreign minister in an effort to break the East West Herter plunged into the heated debate when Gromyko loosed another round of propaganda claims accusing the Western Allies and West Germany of gearing for In the steamy atmos phere of the conference Herter turned the full force of his New England sternness on the Soviet foreign I hope that in the course of the discussions as they proceed in the future that this type of See Page 8 Dulles Condition Remains Grave May 21 Foster Dulles re mained in grave condition today at Walter Reed Army The former Secretary of battling cancer and has been weakeining in recent The State Department has made no announcement since it said Tuesday that Dulles was Losing Republican and Democratic leaders Wednesday paid a mov ing tribute to Dulles in House floor They praised him as a great American who showed continued courage in shaping Foreign Policy decisions and BOOK FRANCHISE TAX GET OK Public Hearing Scheduled On Revenue Bill May 21 UP The House passed two administra tion deficitcutting bills and the Senate approved its 000 spending measure No changes were made in the Senate appropriations It was exactly the same measure that passed during the regular The two antideficit bills ap proved by the House were urg ed by Price They will reduce the 66 million dol lar shortage 41 Both House and Senate ad journed until After passing 1179 the bill to allow the state to revise its bookkeeping the House voted 10420 approval of the corporation franchise tax Both measures go to the Senators voted 222 to take up its version of the general spending This quickly followed earlier Finance Committee Representatives fought off attempts by Grand to change funds for old age pensions and aid to dependent Hollowell said allocations should be Increased to match See Page 8 Air Research Leader Found Dead In Hotel May 21 Louis vice president of Lockheed Aircraft who helped found the nations Air Research and Development Command was found dead today in his bed at a the company an who was general manager of Lockheeds electron ics and avionics was in the capital on company business and to address the National Mis sile Industry Conference on May Lockheed said preliminary re ports indicated death was from natural A maid found the body at although death apparently came some time after midafternoon Wed The Internationally known nuclear physicist was the first chief scientist of the Air He also served as chair man of USAFs scientific advi sory committee to serve an Air Force research and development His Ridenour Report led to establishment of an agency entrusted with a major share of responsibility for the nations advanced weapons pro May 21 UPI Four Democratic Senators today introduced a series of tax reform bills aimed at making the federal tax sys tem fairer and raising an extra in The measures would abolish many luxury business expense account slash the controversial oil depletion allow repeal special tax credits on dividend income and set up a tax withholding system for dividend and interest The bills were sponsored by Joseph Clark By PRESTON McGRAW May Negro attorneys filed two sur prise motions in federal court late yesterday asking for the immediate integration of Dallas and Houston public with an enrollment topping has the largest segregated school system in the TwoPronged Drive n IUl USne The twopronged McCarthy and Willed at forcing Houston and Dal iam Proxmire The that the used to provide pave the way for further taxJThe Advancement of By GEORGE CORNELL May 21 A North Carolina pastor charged today that Southern ogians are tcach s virgin birth may be viewed Among other they S District Judge Congress should be able to reConnally in Houston set asid duce some of the excessive inMonday for a hearing on tha Ben e at The criticism was considered likely to stir an uproar at the denominations annual conven Southern Baptists always have firmly stressed traditional House Panel Trims Agencies May 21 UPI The House Appropria tions committee today whittled from the amount President Eisenhower request ed for two key state and justice the committee al lowed for the two departments and related agen The state department was given a cut of The justice department voted a reduc tion of The in formation agency was allowed or less than the President recommend In approving the bill for floor consideration next the f House group voted funds to es tablish a brain trust in the state department to mastermind economic and political counter moves against the It also okayed for the justice departments special drive against the nations crime organizations and said it ex pects substantial and concrete results in the prosecution of the top hoodlums and racke the committee re fused to provide to build a new Alcatraz type fed eral prison for hardened crimi On a lesser it also turned down a request for to help the Supreme Court rid it self of birds who use the white marble court building as a perching Other congressional develop ments showdown fight over the public housing features of the Democraticsponsored housing bill shaped up on the House House conserva tives want to knock out a pro vision authorizing at least 000 new President Eisen hower backs them in Re publicans predict he will veto the measure if it isnt watered down before reaching his Senate armed ser vices committee unanimously approved the nomination of Navy Secretary Thomas Gates to take over as deputy undersecretary of Gates was named to succeed the late Donald Quarles who died earlier this Foreign Senate for eign relations committee got some conflicting advice on what to do about Eisenhowers foreign aid Former Deputy Defense Secre tary William testify ing for the Chamber of said foreign aid should be continued with a cut in military as sistance and related Eric head of the Mo tion Picture Association of Am erica and chairman of the com mittee for International Econo mic said the Presidents program is needed because Communist expanionism threat ens us economically as well as But Walter Harnis chairman of the Citi zens Foreign Aid called for a two billion dollar saying it was unrealistic to believe the United States could carry 72 foreign nations on its ture committee turned down a proposal to offer farmers even higher price supports to help cut down the size of the na tions wheat Its decision cleared the way for floor ac tion on a bill authorizing pay ments at 80 per cent of parity to farmers who cut their acre See Page 12 Public Schools List Activities At Year Close The schedule of graduation exercises and other end of the schoolyear activities were an nounced by the superintendents Corsicana public Baccalaureate services Corsicana high school and Jackson high school graduates will be held Sunday in the re spective auditoriums of the the former at 8 and the latter at fl Two seniors will receive fine arts diplomas at CHS audi torium at 8 May Jackson high will have its graduation exercises May at 8 at the Jack son Junior At 9 May Drane junior high graduation ceremonies will be held in the school auditorium and at Collins junior high grad uates will receive their certifi cates in the school The climax will come with the CHS commencement exercises May at 8 in the CHS Approximately 145 seniors will get At final exams will be held Tuesday and See Page 10 Paralytic Polio Cases Doubled May 21 UPI The Public Health Service warned today that paralytic polio Is on the upswing with the number of cases during the first four months of this year nearly double the same per iod last John act ing surgeon urged a renewed effort on the part of the public to get polio He pointed out that polio in creased 45 per cent over 1957 last During the first week of 19 new cases of paralytic polio were reported to the service as compared to only seven for the same week in A total of 283 cases has been reported so far in 1959 compared with 147 for the same period last Porterfield come tax rates on persons in Federal District D u high brackets and trim federal Whitfield Davidson of DalLBut the church representa sales taxes that hit hardest at has was in Fort Worth holding those in lower court and waa expected to The four senators said in the motion until later GALVESTON DAMAGED BY EARLY BLOW Several Sectors Of State Suffer From Rain By The Associated Press blasts that exceeded hurricane force ripped parts of I have what I consider clear Galveston Two fish ancl conclusive evidence that unermen were der the official supervision of The storm struck from a line the seminary Souththat spread destruction from ern Seminary is teaching so as near the Mexican border east to allow that the resurrection of to this coastal city Jesus Christ is a and Two Men Mis sine that the virgin birth of Jesus Two men who went to check fishing lines near Galves He told newsmen he will preton remained unreported late material backing up his in the morningand were feared went into tneir tnira days ses the James Bulman satement that their aim Is to I It was filed in his clerks past issued a establish the principle that statement saying those with equal incomes should May Ask Delay pay equal taxes in line with the See TAX Page 8 Paris Suffers HalfMillion Blaze Damage The Dallas motion also ask ed for a hearing The Dallas school board Indi cated it may ask Judge David son io set the hearing date la School board attorney An drey Thuss is critically He has handled the Dallas which has been In and out of federal court on appeal for the past two since It The wind tore down an over sized called a spectacu lar on Galvestons Pleasure Pier In the Gulf of Pier authorities said engineers in spected the sign three months ago and declared it would with stand winds of from 175 to 200 May 21 Mil Some Say Tornado Adamant Over Steel Industry See Page 12 Former Texas Pastor Named Baptist Chief was elected today Wage Freeze May 21 UPI on Franklin an attorney an Steel industry executives was chosen In a run broke I reasserted the industrys dePff election at the denomlna I I I V black rumbUnc cloud One resident oh a termination to hold the line onions The near Galveston declared it def oalyeston declared it def Windwhipped flames from a ber the school hoa briskly burning store raced square causing department side of th n damage expected to been handling the board Seo Page 8 Unlighied Car En Wrong Lane Leaves 6 Dead MOUNTAIN In downtown Paris withm six May contractor and weeks They had similar charnvc student nurses were killed id memwage costs this year in the Roy of Atlantawas mUely was a tornado has fight against inflation forthe other runoff heard itiVmlmr is legal eign I They were the leading conJerrv Simoson of Port ft 1H See Page 12 w climb above onehalf million dollars Five firemen were injured in the five hour which for a time threatened to wipe out nearly one quarter of the Parts business It was the second major fire acteristics and fire investigators ht in the crash maums conijerry Simpson of Port Their support the industrys tenders in preliminary sound picked up and oneyear contract freeze among a field of posal to the UnlUd era Union underscores the firm succeeds for nesa of the industrys stand in Brooks Hays of Ark this years contract who has headed the da Clifford recentlynomination for two retired president of Steel A veteran of revival preach and now one of its throughout the meeting of National Pollard is a former presi Industrlal Conference Board that dent of the nationwide Southern there is no reason for a wage Baptist Pastors this He Is known for his outspokJBy United Press international Hood said Wewill exert every en opposition to galeforce winds effort to avoid both a wage He formerly was pastor of and torrential rains and a price churches in HandMidwest late Wednesday in a 4 L L I Violent Spring Weather Stages Dizzy Display searched for evidencn of arson i Y j 7 ana a P1 Ice iuuiuuw m r nanaMidwest late Wednesday in a The blaze Srok out in chairman and Fort Worth bedlzzy display of violent spring 10 Wednesday He went into a drug store and called the druggists attention to smoke pouring out of the bulld The blaze broke out in the nonr lhia San Francisco Penin Ayers department A small aila Tne pjckup wafl with boy discovered lights and in the wrong The truck driver was Warren Los The student all from Marys San r Within mlnntpq sfnrn wan i i i rising foreign imports Ot StCGl wunin me siote was were Dolores Mae Goud1 ft a mass of Smoke driver ed four and five hundred feet the auto Lois 2lJinS of American into and flames shot 70Helen Patricia 80 feet into the and Shirley Jane all Firemen thought they had thejof San Francisco and Nancy Joan Highway Patrolmen Duri Vital and Elwln Block said operator of the Ham ilton Construction Los Al of told the National fore going to Knoxville in Press Club in Washington that pyramiding employment costs are pricing domestic steel pro ducts out of markets both at home and He said the best solution to Rocket Nose One man was drowned and the twisters and 80 mlleper hour winds injured six more as power failures and heavy damage added to the misery wrought by the Funnel clouds were sighted during the day through Nebraska and but most disappear May wlthout touching A tornado struck near Prom Cleveland Offer Record Teacher Wages The Cleveland board See Page S gerians of education announced today the i highest salary and Harold ue c Red China Aid CAPE teachers for th0 May 21 UPI Thorablo Tne with a for teachers with was driving without wlth tal nose cone shot and her trailer home In southbound In the northbound lane of the v v v f w v v v JJ V W T w vH ule of any large U city Hlcklc and their three children destroying their farm home and Floyd waa injured when 80 gales lane ot ine down the rifle barrel earlv totnose with bachelors d UNITED The pickup slammed head on picked into effect in Sept May Algerian rebel Into the auto and all occupams warncad protector from Fhe apllles J spokesman has indicated the of both vehicles were killed in1 scale applies to both Five other rilpersons in the Gerstads oneweek UP the warhead protector from uuui j Ml Gerstads one spokesman has indicated the of both vehicles were killed in Atlantic 31 2 hours elementary and secondary school Tf Ininrv Chinese Communists are going the patrolman Atlantlc 312 hour Credit Is allowed for U S B to give his forces arms for their fight against the Abdelkader New York representative of the Al gerian rebel government in said Wednesday that Red China had promised assistance Old Iceboxes Remain Deadly The bottleshaped nose cone teaching experience reported 336 inches of rain in was only the aecond ever Dr Schlnnercr supan at Lake Millai IoWB said there was wlth three lnches at nearby For critical shortage In the system to a rebel mission which visit May 21 UP after a flight of Inter continental The Air Borce announced that of elementary teachers and high the little cone was recovered school mathematics and science in the South Atlantic at est City in a similar An other inch fell In a 2 See Page 8 ed Two brothers were found EST by an Air Force mls Help Is to be he said Wednesday night in an unused nile test center task force In the Various means of help and so refrigerator in the basement of ICBM impact area northwest way to being Paul and of Ascension Ascension Edward were discovis midway between Africa and ered by a during and a family hunt for the missing Todays Thorable flight took It was her 16th about 25 on are on the He declined to go into details That Is a military mat i HH ii i i Sprawling Flood Control Project Covers Three Counties Senate agrlcul Top Racketeers Under Indictment May 21 UPI Federal ugents and By CLYDE MUKRAY Daily Sun Staff To the southwest of Navar ro popping up like the spring flowers that surround flood detention dams built by the Soil Conservation Serv ice In Limestone county are do ing wonders with the Pin Oak Creek watershed which sprawls into Navarro and Hill Following the flow of the the dams will eventual ly make their way into Navarro county and save the land from the destructive ef fects of flood Limestone Structures In Limestone 13 of 42 dams immediately planned for the Pin Oak watershed are either completed or under con paving the way for liberal construction in Navarro Eventually threefourths of the dams to be built In the Pin Oak watershed are expected to be in Navarro Some will be in Hill Others will be built in Limestone Pin Oak creek merges with Richland creek five miles west of Highway 75 near Love of existence some are just some ara half completed and others have been sodded and turned over to the LimestoneFalls Soil Conservation At sites under bulldozers and other heavy and manmade earth you state police began a coastto can look northeast toward Nacoast roundup today of 27 big varro county and see lush farmname racketeers who attended the 1957 cangland convention In bridge and thus becomes a part noisy vehicles moving with the of the Richland creek Richland is one of the tributa ries of the vast Trinity river According to authoritative esti it wont be long before consistency of giant fill the countryside with the vibra tions of their Not far away can be found completed filled with clear covered with vegetation swaying workmen start scraping dirt in in and neatly fenced Navarro In two sites wont have to wait for up per improvements they will be commenced when easements are obtained and other procedures Contracts are expected to be let within the next In Various Stages In Limestone flood Making a tour with Thigpin and Logan both conservationists with the Soil Conservation this reporter viewed dams completed for two dams being and sites for The com pleted ones are things of land that will no longer be harassed with annual fioodwat You can see bridges once destroyed almost yearly with the floods now permanent struc Elm Creek Sites gang Attorney General William is disclosed that all of were Indicted by a federal New York on grand jury charges of conspiring to ob struc justice by refusing to dls Five of the sites Jn scenicLlose went on at the No area are on Elm which b 1957 underworld meet empties into Pin Others are on various small some of them But all Thirtysix including Josephs Barbara who waa are part of the Pin Oak ftt tnc conclave In his hill shed which IB one of the most L Apalachin homfi were named ambitious of the small dams afi but not de program and which unquestion ably affects Navarro According to Thtgpin and contracts for 19 addition Pi Some of the mci were routed out of bed at 6 EOT as the nationwide crackdown detention dams are in all phases Standing atop the completed al dams are expected to be let At nijdniorning the justice by July 1 and 41by the said that 15 Of the See PIN Page 10 defendants had been arrested and the others were being At least two of the men were reported to be members of the Mafia or Illfamed Black Hand society of The New York grand Jury that returned the Indictments had been conducting an investi gation of racketeering and crime particularly in the ladles garment and ol the East coast traffic In nar Rogers said all 27 named defendants were accused ol conapiring to obstruct justlci by giving false and evasive teat Imony about the rendezvous oi racketeers at Threi faced additional charges oi perjury on grounds they lied ta investigutlng committee and grand The conspiracy charge carrlei a maximum penalty of a fine and years in ol See Page 8   

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