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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - June 6, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Sunday with widely mainly afternoon and thunder storms no important temperature Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 72 76 78 80 82 84 86 Complete Weather Report on Market fflHomeof the Daily Sun f LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AT A GLANCE Most Securities and Commodities Are Closed on AP TELEMATS 312 JUNE PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Chambers Levees Holding Huge Flood Volume Khrushchev Threatens Balkans Rocket Bases GREECE AND ITALY GET HEW WARNING Soviet Premier Repeats Demand For Tree Zone June 6 UPI Nikita Khrushchev toda threatened to arm Albania anc Bulgaria with rocket bases on NATOs borders if the West re jccts an atomfree Balkan zone and puts rockets In Italy am He urged Italy and Greece to be sensible and reject the Warns of Peril The Soviet premier warned that Russian rocket bases hid den in the high mountains anc deep gorges of and Bulgaria could destroy the op ponents bases with small rock which is considering acceptance of American rockel is bordered to the north by Bulgaria and Italy which already has accepted U intermediate range rockel lies across the narrow Adriatic from Major Speech Khrushchev spent 45 minutes discussing Albania and Bulgaria and the possibility of rocket bases there is a major speech on his return from a 12day tour of Albania and He did not mention the deadlocked Geneva Foreign Ministers con ference on Berlin and Germany although he had been expected to do His only reference to diplo macy was a proposal for frequent meetings of statesmen to remove any dust on interna tional See Page 4 Gromyko Stalls Secret Session By THALER June rocketrattling speech by Niki ta Khrushchev and the threat of a new Berlin block ade today paced the Western Big Three through a very clis couraging session with Russia at the Geneva foreign Soviets Hosts Soviet Foreign Minister An drei host to the Western ministers at a secret meeting in his refused to discuss anything but his often rejected proposal to establish West Berlin as a demili tarized It appeared that Gromyko was stalling for time while new diplomatic moves were being prepared by Soviet Premier Khrushchev in the The twohour meeting got no It was very discourag a Western official Brandt Invited Secretary of State Christian Herter and his British and French colleagues hammered for guarantees of free access See Page 4 lies in the still astride his after it was struck by a truck that killed his and his Mary Ann The little boy was in poor condition at a The accident occurred at an intersection near their home in Milwaukee and the driver of the truck said he didnt see the youngsters anc stopped his truck when he felt a AP Wirephoto McElroy Tackles Missiles Row June 6 UPI Defense Secretary Nei McElroy returned from Geneva today ready to crack down angry ArmyAir Force missile row which has been plaguing the His chief weapon for settling the dispute is an air defense master plan which he will submit to Congress later this It will spell out for each service its role in defending the nation against possible enemy omber McElroy confirmed the lan will advocate use of both he Armys NikeHercules and he Air Forces Bomarc as de erise He also acknowledged that the Joint Chiefs of Staff which pre pared a rough draft of the plan or his still were in dis agreement on some He that they were lot far on the main policies and indicated he should have ittle trouble ironing out final letails in the next few McElroy disclosed that the master plan had been1 sent to him in Geneva where he was erving as an adviser to Secre ary of State Christian Herter at the Big Four Foreign Minis ers conference on He aT went over the plan both t Geneva and light Before leaving on his plane for had issued blunt orders o the two services to stop their ubli He said they vere alienating our good riends in He had onferred on the controversy vith President The acrid dispute has been growing In recent months with he Air Force deprecating the See Page 8 Unfriendly Panel Writes Tax Bill June 6 UP A B man which show ed little sympathy to the admin istrations tax program during began Saturday tailor ing the bill to its Seguin open sales tax anc Dorsey San An chairman of the State Af fairs likely will do most of the spade Wei nert heads the conservative sub It is not expected that gen eral sales tax provision will be included in the Approx imately 18 of the 31 Senators and more than a majority of House are dead sei against this The subcommittee has a 9 deadline Hardeman said he hopes to begin floor de ate that This could shove bill into a joint conference This possibility increases the slim chances the Legislature may finish work by final nd ournment at midnight June little work has been done In the Senate on wiping out the One of the ad ministrations bills to eliminate he deficit is In the hands of heattorney general and another vill be considered by the sub committee which could incorp orate it in the general See Page 9 Eisler Mouths Blockade Talk June 6 The East German communists today threatened a total block ade of Redencircled West Ber lin it West Germany goes through with its provocative plans to hold elections for a new president The Reds also hinted at a pos sible boost in the alreadyheavy cash tolls on land and water traffic between West Berlin and the suggesting a possible attempt to strangle the city by economic measures rather than an outright The threats were made in an editorial in the authoritative communist newspaper Berliner Zeitung by Gerhart bail jumping fugitive from the justice who is East Germanys 1 Eisler said workers in East Germany are demanding the blockade of West Berlin if the West German government per sists in carrying out its planned provocation to hold the presidential elections scheduled 4 for July 1 in the isolated West ern If despite all attempts in Geneva to reach a peaceful set the Adenauer govern ment lets the Bundestag parlia ment mobilize in West then so long as the Bundstag meets in West Berlin not a single transport should be per mitted through to West these workers Eisler There was little doubt that the threat was raised by the com munist regime rather than the anonomyous workers Eisler claimed to be The new president was to be elected at a special meeting of the Federal Assembly in West The federal assembly is made up of the members of the Bundetag and an equal number of delegates named by the par liaments of the nine states which make up the Federal West Berlin is not legally a part of the West German Re The West German gov ernment had planned to hold the elections there as a symbol of defiance to the But reports from which were said the United States and Britain had express ed doubts at the wisdom of hold ing the election in the already communistthreatened Informed sources in Bonn in dicated today that the election plans may be changed to avoid riving the Reds any excuse to move against West The West German cabinet met yesterday to discuss the ques tion and was understood to have recommended a change in Sources said the recommenda tion was relayed by Foreign Minister Heinrich Von Brentano to Eugen who as president of will call the convention into Observers expressed doubt that the elections would be post poned as a result of Chancellor Konrad Adenauers surprise de cision not to run for the pres Adenauer won the en dorsement from his partys par liamentary group for his move but not with the unanimity Eisler echoed the communist allegations against West Berlin as the center of Western espio nage activity and suggested tolls of traffic be raised to pay for the cost of fighting against this Why do we not place a pro tection tax on all transports to West Eisler West Berlin should pay what we have to give out to protect ourselves from espionage or See Page 4 Gasoline Takes TwoCent Drop Motorists In Corsicana are finding a twocent drop in the price of regular gasoline at most major brand stations in the a spot survey of dis tributors and stations by the Daily Sun revealed The survey indicated that the drop began Tuesday with Mag nolia dealers posting drops in regular gas from o cents a and by the reductions had spread by Huble and others to meet Major brand companies cut tank prices to their dealers of cents a gallon and the serv ice stations added a cent cut to give the motoring public an overall twocent How stations reported that due to the spread of the competi tive little or no change bad been noted in the volume of SQUIRREL CUTS POWER June 6 300 homes lost power today when a squirrel lopped onto a transformer was and FOIjrCE CAR LOOTED SALT LAKE CITY UP Someone looted police officer David RobiinsonK squad car while he was investigating a They took his street copy of the city code and two books of traffic Launch Navarro Mills Vote Drive N CREEK AREA Hurtling Racer Injures 26 SAHARA REVEALS BOMBER BUT NO TRACE CREW WASHINGTON June The Sahara Desert cast up a mystery as deep and baffling as any recorded in the annals of the A World War II B24 bomber which had a crew of nine has been found in the waterless waste of 380 miles south of It was last seen 16 years ago when It took off from a Libyan base for a bombing raid on The bomber lies there on the preserved almost perfect ly in the arid desert Although its fuselage was snap ped in two at the the plane Busy Agenda Set Saturday For UCT Group By TALMADGE CANANT Dally Sun Staff United Commercial Travelers here for the Texas grand coun cil session went into the final day of their meet here Satur day with Friday a busy night they gathered in the Cactus Room of the Na varro Hotel for ft banquet ses sion and and Saturday morning they held an instructive and educatlona breakfast at the same The Friday night which crowded the Cactus Room with wives and in cluded a little bit of just about Hodge Speaks That included Lewis the Chatfield resident who told the members things about slav ery in the old South that they never knew Lin the Texarkanan who Is a past supreme counsellor of the Inter national body and who shared See Page 8 Army Reserves Start To Camp The last two contingents of the 105 men and six officers o the Corsicana Army Reserve Ifnit departed Saturday for Fort near after being joined here by a group from The unit is going on a summer field maneuvers for two The sevenman advance party of cooks and administrative jersonnel left Wednesday morn com manding said before de Corsloanas unit is Company B 1st 358th 90th oi First Joe Heifner vas in charge of a sixtruck 3onvoy which departed Saturday t Cleburnes contingent of 48 men and two officers rendezv used with the local reserve r mbers at Saturday or the trip by chartered bus nd private cars under the command of appears undamaged otherwise Its radio still is in working or There is not a trace of the crewmen who flew off on tha mission in No no written Water presumablj tightly were found stil filled in the cabin of the plane Had the crew crashlanded In the desert and started to wall out to surely thej would have taken all avallabl water with If they had been killed in the landing which caused so little damage to tin their remains would bi Did the crew all ball ou somewhere as the Penta See Page 8 Vice Probers Return Secret Indictments June 6 Federal agents searched todaj for underworld figures in secret indictments by a fed era grand Jury Investigating white slavery operations stretch ing from Fort Worth to Chicago and The grand jury handed down 13 Indictments late Mos of them resulted from a five weeks prostitution probe hamp ered by call girls who refusec to testify becausethey apparent ly feared gangster bosses more than possible federal contemp District Judge Whit field Davidson issued arrest war rants in the 13 The names of the persons wanted and de tails of the scxforsale opera tions will not be disclosed untl arrests are The grand jury also handec clown 40 open in cluding seven against three prostitutes who rioted in the fednral court house May 11 anc clubbed a news photographer when he tried to make See Page 4 Lama Charges Tibet Tortures NEW June 6 Dalai Lama said toclaj the Chinese Communists are subjecting the Tibetans to un jearable tortures day and night o stamp out resistance in Himalayan The refugee godking In Muss said he learns every day of fresh atrocities against lis In an apparent reference to Indias delicate relations with icd arising from the Tibetan the Dalai Lnma said he hoped countries like ndla will support those on whose side lies the truth and not those who may be in posses sion of mere Notes Of Tops Replace Deadly Noises Of DDay Veterans Visit Beach By HARVEY HUDSON OMAHA Tune 6 solemn notes of taps rolled over Omaha Beach today in memory of American sailors and airmen who died in DDay 15 years Veterans of the first hour of the historic assault on Norman dy mingled with French resi official representatives and relatives of the dead during eremonies marking the anni Wreaths were laid and prayers said at an impressive memorial at the American Itrmetery at where graves slope in neat rows toward the landing Today was a moment of hon ored respect for Lawrence Bekel ski of Pennsylvania and Foster Nickerson of Virginia and all heir comrades buried of the 29th nd Nickerson of the 1st fell on They are buried side by their graves marked by simple marble cross Alongside is another cross with the inscription Here rests in honored glory a comrade in arms known but to Today was also a tribute to Ted Acker of Alabama and Les lie Baker of Their names are among the en graved on the memorial Wall of the Missing Those whose bodies were never found or On Omaha Beach a monument was dedicated to the 116th In fantry Regiment of the 29th Di vision which made the landing here at Hhour on June A special delegation of Vir ginia members of the 116th In fantry The rubble of war still litters the historic beaches where the ceremonies took Edward Elizabeth paced up and down the beach trying to pinpoint the spot where he landed at on DDay as a combat Green was among scores of veterans who came many of them with their fam visit the scenes of their heartaches and triumphs on Omaha and Utah beaches in World AVar Today the setting was peace the rubble of war still littered the invasion coast on the 15th mammoth anniversary secondfront of the assault which started the Allied sweep across Europe and brought Germany to her knees within 11 Mosscovered barges lie scat tered about Omaha and See Page 8 June 6 speeding race car hurtled upside down into screaming crowd Tuesday night injuring 26 persons including the drivers who was in a critical Twentyone persons were hos Three were on the critical list today In Missouri Methodist which ad mitted 13 Eight others were in Joseph Several may have been saved from being crushed by the cai when a man grabbed one and somehow managed to hole on and even lift it a bit while victims were pulled out from under Albert the driver escaped He was unaware his Ronny had been in the crowd and Injured by his modified stock racing car unti his rushed up and told The son of a personal friend of Niedel also was critically in Niedel found his son in Mis sou Methodist Atten dants said the boy had a critical brain injury and may undergo In addition to Ronny and See Page g Atlanta Given No Fixed Date For Integration June lanta school officials hnve been ordered to stop operating segre gated public schools and to pre sent a plan for integration with in a reasonable The U District Court rul ing Friday said segregated schools are illegal but it did not set a specific date for the end of segregation in Georgias larg est school Judge Frank Hooper Indi cated that any final order would not mean integration next Sep tember in seat of the government of one of the very few states without integration at any public educational Tho decision brought a step nearer the showdown on wheth er Atlantas schools will bo in tegrated or Under state law any school ordered inte grated would automatically lose state funds and could be shut down by the Hooper specifically granted nn injunction sought by 10 ne gro parents of 27 children ask ing him an ind to public school segregation In the In a stati mcnt Issued at the end of the daylong the judge said his final order would cover these three points That racial discrimination lios and does exist In That the plaintiffs would be granted an Injunction pro See A1 Page 9 A campaign was launched Friday at 5 by the Steering and Advisory committees of group interested in a progres slve Corsicana to approve the contract by Corsicana with the Trinity River Authority for an ample water supply for the Election June S3 The question will be submitted to the qualified property owning tax payers of Corsicana June Sanders and Dlstrlc Judge James cochair presided in the meeting held at the Civic Room of the First National Bank CoChairman Sewell in an 1m pressive statement of facts and needs of Corsicana to become a growing and progressive center was cheered by the group who pledged to at once inaugurate a campaign that will insure every one iri the city learning the true facts of the proposition sub In Water the beginning of re Sewell declared that he van personally vitally interested in the June 23 and if Corsicana Is to an ade quate water supply Is necessary We cant get additional in See Page 4 New Detention Dam Projects Are Outlined Many new detention dams for soil conservation In the Rich land and Chambers creek wa tersheds will be authorized In bids to be opened soon at th State Soil Conservation at flood preven tion planning station outlined a number of the new projects Saturday Seven sites were listed on Mill a tributary of n Hill and Navarro These bids are to be opened June 19 and One Is on the Whltten north of Mllford In Hill and another Is on the Mike Leonard farm in the same One will be located on West farm northwest of Another is to be on the TlcTacToc ranch north of frost and Sy Denn gets one near Ross Brothers northwest of Frost will be another site See Page 10 Collision Toll Hay Reach 60 SAO June 6 IP The death toll In the ollision of two commuter trains hero mounted to 48 police Tho state Das where most of the 100 njured were said the otal dead may rise to Police said the collision Friday night occurred when a signal man gave green light to both on the same rack In opposite DAMAGE HIGH No Break Noted From Wet Spell In Forecasts Floodwaters from Ellis and Johnson counties ara clog ging Chambers and Rlchland creeks as the crests from the torrential rains flow toward the rising Trinity Unless additional precipita tion is local observers believe that levees on Chambers will although some reports are that it is still rising In Ellis Can Handle Excess a survey Saturday morning Indicated that Cham bers will care for Its excess wa ters without too much addition al damage other than to The stream was reported back In the EmhouseEnnls crossing and at Highway 75 the stream rose only two or three inches overnight and one foot since Friday morn James one of the Fortson said that Na varre County Levee Improve ment Districts 10 and 11 levees were holding although many old breaks allowed widespread Contract has been let for repairs of the disastrous breaks of last but continu ed floods and rains the past two months have prevented repairs and have also prevented plant ing of Some cottonhas already been planted times and again has been ruin See Page 4 Woman Is Near Death As Result Home Explosion June 8 TO unemployed stenographer near death critlcai y burned over her entire body n an explosion and fire that destroyed her garage apartment eforo A second who ived across the suffered hock but escaped Injury or The thunderous fol owed by occurred at 30 in the apartment of vliss Elizabeth Doctors said her condition was She was trapped Inside tha laming apartment and escaped 5y leaping from her second loor She told detective Jones hat the explosion was set off vhen she flicked on a bathroom ight Miss Alice said the xploslon threw her out of ed and tumbled furniture In er She ran down lie stairs and Juno 6 m Two Port Hood soldiers and a Tom le civilian died Friday night n a hcadon collision 11 miles See Page 4 Final Public Works Vote Set By TOM NELSON June 6 UPI The House will take inn action next Tuesday on a public works ap ropriation bill that could reap Democratic votes in The House tentatively approv id the measure Among ither things it funds for planning ir construction of 50 projects or which President Eisenhow no to begin r budgeted onstruction of seven new rec amation projects west of the where development water resources has strong foter only more ban the President had recom Tnendod for the public works In his budget for the fiscal ear starting July the Pres dent ruled against harbor any new or flood ontrol Democrats felt hat congressional rejection of he Presidents nonewstart pol cy would make a good 1900 ampaign But the House made two entative decisions Friday which dded the Final Houae action was postponed until Tuesday when committee lead ers demanded roll call votes In an effort to reverse the add The House by a teller vote of 5055 tentatively added to the bill to finance continued federal aid for elimination of water hyacinths which are clog ging streams in eight Southern The committee had de nied an administration request for the By another teller vote of I the House aldded for planning a proposed flood control project on Wisconsins Eau Galle River to provide pro tection for Spring Elm wood and adjacent rural The President had budgeted no funds for Tho only other change made by the House was a compro mise amendment which over turned a committee move to rescind previously ap propriated for a flood control reservoir on the Allegheny Hlv er in Wentern The new reclamation projects for which the bill carried con struction funds were through seven They Cedar Bluff East Bench Un Red Wil low Dam and Smith and and Greater Wanat chee Division of Chief Joseph The 50 projects for which the administration budgeted no funds would cost more than 227 imllllon dollars when finally The bill provides only small downpayments to start CombafType Aflas Missile Proves Fizzle CAPE streamlined new model of the intercontinental ballistic missile exploded Saturday about three minutes after It was the third time in as many tries that a new D se ries Atlas has blown up shortly after The D rocket is a prototype of the operational missile that the Air Force hopes to turn over to troops some time this   

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