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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - June 4, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Friday with scattered showers and thunderstorms no important temperature Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 II 12 1 72 77 81 1 84 86 88 90 Complete Weather Recort Market Home of the Daily Sun and SemlWcekl Morning Udht MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW June slow governments im mill CHICAGO bearish pri vate crop lower mod erate liquidation mildly bull ish private crop 25c higher to 25c lower top Slaughter steers steady to weak top 310 LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN 1TED PRESS INTERNATIONALAP TELEMATS JUNE 1959 SECTIONS t PRICE FIVE CENTS ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft OPPOSITION TO PENDING BILL VARIED Daniel Defends Proposals At Hearing Start June 4 tion and utility lawyers and Chamber of Commerce heads supported a sales tax route to day during the tax hearings before a Senate Jeff Amarillo Chamber of Commerce repre sentatives of Southwestern Elec tric Power and Light and Gulf State Utilities plugged the sales tax in preference to the pending tax Expect Revision The 149 million two year year tax bill likely will go STORM WRECKS GARAGBGeorge to a subcommittee later today helps his neighbor Bruce salvage to be revised for possible household goods stored in Caldwella gar debate by Where ever I go In other states I leave a token payment when making purchases for the privilege of being Im not in favor of hiding all the We should have the pride of government in making direct tax Neely Utilities Heard i r NEW June 4 president of the United Steelworkers Un today accused the steel in dustry of failure to engage in He said the statement made Wednesday night by Conrad chief industry negotia that the steel workers had put up a trial balloon was completely Cooper Wednesday denied a reporte by United Press Inter national that the steel companies might modify their wage freeze age which was wrecked by a tornado that the July 1 strike ped through causing an estlmat1 Cooper said the report sound ed half million dollars in damage to fed like a hopeful trial balloon SUKARNO REGRETS UNABLE TO CONTROL EVIL HEARTS AP Wirephoto Widens Distance Mark June 4 Max who the nonstop dlstance rec aaid the company would suffer lord when he passed over El a 215 per cent increase in gross en route from Casa receipts tax provided 3n the passed over may be Btraw that a m breaks the camels back and will force us to go to the city The professional ferry pilot councils and pass this on to the briefly over his weaken in rate ing radio as he passed over he airport and said he Asked by Boyle Willis of was not sleepy Conrad aald he would head Log When he broke old record by passing over El earlier today he said he would fly to San but now believes he can reach Los Angeles In ternational Im going to make it with no trouble but Id trade a gal lon of my gasoline for a drink of Conrad said as he See TAX Page 7 House Debates aniel Backed Eschea Bill June The House began debate today on a third part of Price Dan left Africa Tues eiimlnaU the day in a Piper Comanche 250 pn to states 66 million dollar Representatives took up the Officials abandoned property customs service agents to It tentatively approved 7562 on hand when he has been going ever have arranged for be a measure to authorize a In crease In student activity fees at the 19 state colleges and The Houseapproved 149 lion dollar onepackage tax bill kept the Senates It is in but most senators listened to testimony on the before its State Affairs The fee bill authorizes higher tducation governing boards to make student activity fees com Conrad missed hia estimated time of arrival at El Paso by one He had guess arrival time at GST Wednesday before he reached Corpus He See Page 7 Bowie Officer Fatally Hurt Trucker Jailed June 4 fp pulsory The fees can total died early to a if the college desires An d from burng and lnjuries estimated two million dollars I ufered when his pfltro exploded after it was struck by a truck loaded with The truck of Mc Kinney was City Jess Whatley said tivitiea for which the Legisla ture refuses to appropriate mon This is a bad HoHhHruck mov EcMiardt Houston HI h 287 knocked the pa It chips away at our Demo on one owned by cratic system which rests on L tree and el two columnsfreedom of speech rt tank exploded See Page 7 and flames trapped June 4 L I boy was klled and 12 perons Injured in an1 explosion which flattened units of Hagerman Bead in Roswell today was Bobby Allen of Twelve Including counted 16 immediate members of the dead dead and nearly 200 injured to chllds were treated Jn day after two nights of rioting Roswll after a fleet of ambuwhich degenerated Wednesday lances rushed the injured from nlSht into 20 miles southeast of The rioters burned down the Seven were hospitalheadquarters of the security po lice in this big tropical port John a member of city and sacked about 40 stores sent up by the United Steel workers on the eve of their exccutiv board The industry source quoted by UPI was in fact an official of one of the 12 companies Involv ed in the joint wage negotia In Cooper said the companies had made clear their intention to hold the line on em ployment costs this McDonald said this statement again confirms what we have been saying that the companies are not engaged in true collec tive McDonald made his remarks before entering a collective bar gaining session with the Indus Ha Will meet this after noon with the union internation al executive board to discuss the contract The session might well shape up as a demonstration of soli darity like the one the steel companies made last week at June the annual meeting of the Amer ican Iron Steel Ecuador Riots n Quelled Alter Heavy Looting the Hagerman town said two markets and even an a gas accumulation of some kind apparently caused the explosion About 100 persons were caught which Jate Wednesday night with looted They were wrecked seven units of the Minjailed for trials by courtsmar eral Wells Apartments in this tial Bet up under the martial At that heads of the See Page Oil Industry Letters Reach Pennsylvania June 4 Thirtyone days after farming law decreed throughout this they entered the Magnolia Pipe Most of the injured rwere Predominantly Indian nation by iine Company line nt members of a firm hauling hay President Camilo letters from governors from New Mexico to All Luis military nations oil and gas pro commander In said the situation finally was brought aucing states emerged at this under control at midnight with western Pennsylvania town the help of university and high Thursday where the oil industry school The students wag a century had started the riot ng Tuesday The lettera Rre addresscd to in a war against the pof rinvid T nwrpnre Gil Coveinoi David chief executive of the nations first commercial of the injured were Hospitalized in Roswell were Harold serious condition with sec ond and third degree burns of the hands and When the students realized Tno the mob was engaged In lp g sible father of the dead iootin thev reacted L RhnnldPi fnlnrv I iney leaciea pat gtate for many of the industrys possjme snoumer riotically and gave us their nhqprvnnrps this Mrc TO AoVirrnff R n 11 commemorative ouservances mis Jo Pineiros The mother of the dead situation became exceedingly shock and minor DUfc waa finally brought Eveline possible back under The renewed rioting grew out Donna Kay funeral services for six of sister of the dead eight persons killed in The letters were collected by the Interstate Oil Compact Com mission office in Oklahoma possible back Lincoln Grady See Page 7 June 4 Top Western officials said today the United Britain and France may be willing to cut their force in West Berlin if the Soviet Union agrees to drop its threats to the Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko was reported to have given some signs that the Krem lin may be willing to drop its demand that the Western pow ers give up their occupation rights in according to inform has in the last few days some elasticity in his but the highest Western leaders do not know whether he yet has instructions from Soviet Premier Nikita Gromyko has been put under heavy Western pressure to come up with concessions that would in effect clear the way to a summit Secretary of State Chris tian Herter and British For eign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd are both reported to feel that some progress has been It is etill very and Gromyko could Here are standout points In end of its fourth week The Western powers are making a little progress in get ting Gromyko to move toward some kind of Soviet guarantee of the rights of the Western powers in West the major objective of Lloyd and French Foreign Minister Maur ice Couve de A Sov iet pledge would break the back of the Berlin Western powers have told Gromyko that they would be prepared to put a ceiling on their Lloyd and Couve de Murville are fully and have so advised Gromyko in their secret that Western troops in West Berlin do not serve a military purpose so much as the purpose of symbol izing Western protection of West Gromko has been told re peatedly that the Western pow ers will not give up their basic rights In Berlin and they will not agree to admit Soviet troops to share In the occupation of West Western diplomats speculated that Gromyko might make a toplevel American evaluation of flying trip to Hungary this M it ntars the weekend to see NiklU Khrush chev in where the Soviet Premier arrived today after a visit to Under Gromykos the Western powers would have the alternatives of 1 withdrawing their troops and leaving West Berlin 2 agreeing to substitute neutral or 3 letting clashes Tuesday ICEBOX KILLS TWO EAGLE PASS and Mario sons of and Santiago Rodri were found dead In an ftmpty refrigerator Wednes The family missed the and 6 years while moving from one house to microfilm strip which waa seal ed in an especiallymade capsule and attached to a 20Inch pipe line at last May Three different pipe line companies took part in the crosscountry journey Mag nolia Pipe line messages from carried the Corslcana to Ohio Buckeye Pipe Line Company moved them from See Page 7 LOS June 4 the deepest corner of my heart I pray to God that all mankind be saved from the danger that threatens the whole Science la at a We have split the We are going into We can con trol We can con trol We can control all except the evil hearts of Those words and a few mone Allen caught everyone un I pray there will be In the near future better understand ing among peace and that the brotherhood of man will be realized in this genera he Im glad to be here Sukarno Soon I leave for Honolulu and Tokyo and then Cambodia and Jakar I think it is rather symbolic spoken with great my last hours In your moat pushed an country are spent among gen otherwise nearly silent visit to tlemon and ladies of Southern California by because one of our med president of InIndonesian requirements is edu Burdened with his own poll I have always felt there Is tlcal troubles at the difference between people donesian president unburdened himself before some of the fac ulty of the University ttl Cali fornia at Los their wives and a few students be fore boarding a plane to Hono lulu Wednesday Sukarnos unplan ned 33minute speech at the The House Public Works home of UCLA Chancellor late Wednesday ap proved unanimously an omni bus bill to authorize 600 See Page T Panel Approves Bardwell Dam Stennis Pushes Ceiling Plan June 4 John D said today he hopes a federal outlays for flood r control aifl navlgatloi reports from Wash ington Included In the report is Bardttcll Wajtflhachle The committee adhered to HouseSenate conference comHhe Army engineers survey re mlttee will accept something like his proposed version of a port in okaying the noncontro versial and the bill limitation on price merely authorizes the The Senate Wednesday apA measure is needed proved a ceiling on sup1 to put up the actual tho ports for all crops raised by one United Press International re farm The House has okayed a celling on sup The federal share was Hated ports for each crop raised by nrBt and the local share neces sary was included in paren Killer Found Hanged In Cell June 4 UPI convicted murderer a single Stennis now says he hopes the conference committee which will write the final version will take time to study his plan thoroughly and then adopt Under Stennis farmers could put any amount of crops under price But they would be required to pay back all support loans above a total of Stennis claims his hanged himself plan would preserve a night In the Oklahoma State but would save the orderly penitentiary Isolation ward marketing features of the 14 convicts slashed their wrists Warden Robert Rnines said Charlea serving a life looped a bedsheet over fhe top of his cell door and tied it around his Efforts to revive him The mass wristslashing came to light Wednesday when two ent farm support Winds Postpone X15 Testing It UNCHANGED FOR FRIDAY VANDBNBERG AIR FORCE June 4 Cf The satellite rocket Discoverer which blasted four black mice into space almost certainly reentered the atmos phere and destroyed itself In stead of going Into The Advanced Kesearch Proj ects Agency made this an nouncement today 2212 hours nfter what appeared to be a perfect launching of tho 78 foot One of the possibilities un der it was that the Injection angle of the vehicle was causing it to reenter the atmosphere several thousand miles from the launch The Air Force had hoped to put tho satellite Into orbit for 26 then eject the mouse carrying capsule near Hawaii and catch it as it This would have made the mice the first creatures to return alive from Roy ARPA said the last signals re ceived from Discoverer III 13 minutes after the Coding of the ranch country He said data so far lnchfs rt able Indicates the mice were the Joe Ellis ranch Over SixInch Cloudburst Hits San Saba Sector Precipitation ranging from a half inch at Roano and Richland to Inches at Blooming Grove wore record ed early Thursday morning throughout Navarro further delaying farming and road construction Tho rains fell without winds or violent electrical Other reports included Cor alcana inch Dmvson and one inch and Frost By The Associated Press The Central Texas area San Saba was doused torrential downpours early that caused some flash alive and apparently In condition during blastoff and during a period of weightless ness while the rocket Valuable medical information d 20 miles west of San On the adjoining Pool ranch inches The down See Page 7 Senate Favors Half Billion In Space Race June 4 An Investment of nearly half a billion dollars in the race for space supremacy won over whelming Senate approval This completed passage of authorization for use of the civilian space admini stration during the 12 months that begin July The vote was with Allen EHender op The carrying the exact total recommended by by President Eisenhower for the National Aeronautics and Space and twisted the top off a yiash flooding of Cherokee occurred 12 miles south of San Saba following rain The was an Heavy rains were general over See Page 7 18Inch Hail Sheath Covers Kansas Town By United press International Highway crews hauled snow plows from summer hibernation Wednesday night to clear roada In area blocked by an 18Inch hall The now must go back to the House for action on several Senate on lce Congress must vote actual funds later In a separate ap propriations John Stcnnla See Page 7 EDAWARDS AIR June 4 FORCE UPI Adverse winds today delayed the Kate officials said the inmates possible first free flight test of apparently were justified in the United States manned rocktheir protest over food han et the dling and medical It was rescheduled tentative Raines denied there was any ly for mass uprising or that tin Tenet exporimenaal plane was men were trying to carry out to have gone oloft today crada mass He the led under the wing of a were not B52 mother presuma bly on its fifth captive But it had been planned to re lease the coal black ship in powerless free all equipment checked out once the linked planes were and melting hail flooded basements of homes and There were no rel ports of The town of with a population of about 300 In north1 west was Isolated until highway crews plowed open one way traffRtc late at National Guard troops and highway patrolmen wore moncd when it was first feared that many people were Injured June 4 Nobuiuke backed by Darrell Hubbard of the strengthened Kansas Na Kishi PI Closer Ties K Ic majority in the upper pledged Japan today to closer relations with the United We are going to strengthen Gurdsald tho a around Soldcn for about an hour and a The Weather Bureau warned tho United ah flooding In I If L m m T f M Ktahi said in an election victory He said there will be efforts parts oC northwest Kansas in the wake of up to five Inches of Weathermen said tho U fc TT f i also to expand the nations Pralrtio omy and increase the Creck and the north the income of its See Page 7 Pinba Kings Refuse Talk Many Corp Loudly About Pornography BUT garrison from Unltcd preBS Internatlonal J I f m Soviet forces into West BerLoud cries against the spread lin alongside their but of pornography into American with no matching admission of homes apparently are pouncing Western troops to East Lff thft ears of most Western sources said the con viet proposal represented no adgressmcn and civic leaders re vance on the Soviet demands cently sounded indepen whlch the West has been redently and in against pectmg for the last six increaaed traffic in But The Big Fours secret L United Press International now under way for a so survey disclosed today compara far have failed to produce any liyel response on the home concrete signs of a possible But one Western vigorous action against in foreign minister said privately decent literature was noted in he still thought enough agreeLome And ment could be achieved on the smut fighters In others vow critical Berlin issue to enable their battle is just getting start the ministers to make settle ment recommendations to a These forces reloaded their summit weapons when they detected The West was trying hard to p0rnography peddlers Invading convince Khrushchev he would homes through the mail boxes have to back down on Berlin to in a campaign directed at See Page T Police arrested 20 persons and confiscated carloads of pornog raphy at thfs week and assistant district at torney John Powers said the ring had mailed many obscene pictures and books to Kids like to get mail ac cording to the General Federa tion of Womens between and of them will get mail this year urging them to buy dirty The federations legislative di Miss Sally says this type of reading matter fos ters sex She told con gressmen her organization has done a good job in getting smut off magazine racks and now would tackle the new The American Congress of Parents and Teachers joined the battle as did the Southern Bap tists Convention and the Nation al Association of At Richard Cardinal June 4 Lake pinbail kingpins refused in uni son today to tell the Senate rackets committee whether they paid a former county prosecutor to help them set up a closeknit gambling monop Gushing said the fight against George Welbourn and Steven smut cuts through differences both of resorted of to the fifth amendment In their refusal to discuss their alleged Just what Is It these people deaijngB wlth the and organizations are fighting Metro According to the Southern now chief depu Baptists Rural Life Commisty sat in the hear sion its so morally degrading ing room as committee Investl that most people do not wantLator Richard Sinclair testified to have anything to do with thafc ne Holovachka had been until they discover the effect it able to make a cash is having on their own down payment on an A career smut Delakc This occurred even trolt Post Office Inspector though Holovachkas salary said the pornography was a Sinclair includes in color slides and some In movies vvelbourn and Sohacki have been accused of raking In more peddlers Lhan over a five ing for Beatson a said the sometimes get their mailing lists ycar period from pinbail gam from legitimate whichLling Holovachka could explain how children come wag t0 De questioned later on to receive the whether he helped Millions of dollars pour out of welbourn and Sohacki also the state of Michigan each year on grounds of possible gee 7 selMncrimiuaUon to say wheth er they are licensed to operate a shortwave radio station in Tills brought federal commu nications commission Chair man John Doerfer to the stand because tho FCC had assigned the license in Sohac kls name to the Indiana Sup ply Doerfer made Jt plain that it will be the commissions duty to revoke tho license of any operator who refuses to testify before the Other congressional develop ments Spending Outnumbered House Republicans tried to woo Southern Democratic votes to spike a bill that would double federal aid for construction of state anri local sewage disposal The measure would au thorize a year John Blatnlk the predicted the House would override adminis tration objections and approve the measure without Democratic leader Lyndon Johnson of Texas said he docs not expect to his position on the confirmation of Lewis L Strauss as commerce secretary until shortly before the Senate reaches the showdown Arthur Flem secretary of edu cation and said he would urge President Elsenhow er to veto any school construc tion bill passed this session It does not follow closely the principles in tho administra tions Secra tary of State DouglasDil lon told the Housa Banking Currency Committee that es tablishment of an InterAmeri can Development Bank would be a significant forward step in strengthening our economic relations with Latin Farm John Kennedy proposed sixpoint plan to use surplui crops to feed needy and nourished He told Senate subcomml tee tho proposal would remed the current unreal istic and ineffective program Among other things tho xuea ure would authorize the seer tary of education welfare to apeud up to 150 mi lion dollars a year to provJdi See ftige T i   

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