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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - June 8, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHEB FORECAST Partly cloudy through Tuesday with isolated afternoon thundershowers no important temperature Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 I i 76 81 E5 87 88 1 89 90 Complete Weather Report en Market IJJHomeof thf Daily Sun and SemiWwkly Morning L LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW June 8 tobaccos governments mill CHICAGO late new crop months Oats higher scattered damand Steady to 25 cents lower top Cattle steers steady to 50 cents lower top 1 JUNE 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Ike Asks For Higher Bond Bigger Debt Texas Senate Gets Tax Measure CIGARETTES DUE 3CENT EXTRA LEVY Upper House Junks Natural Gas Proposals June 8 Seriate committee approval of a budget balancing tax bill today was a major step toward solution of the states fiscal The State Committee rammed the sharply revised revenue measure through the first vital action preceding floor debate in less than half an Debate Due Tuesday The committee junked Price Daniels proposed natural gas tax aimed chiefly at the ex ported prof It added three cents to the present five cent a pack cigarette Altogether the Senate version 151 million dollars for the next two years compared to the 149 million approved by the Debate on the tax bill in the Senate is expected to start Comments Vary The tax bill was one of two major revenue measures facing vital tests as time ran short foi the special House members reacted quick Its a monstrosity and the House wont be stampeded into taking said George Hinsorf of author of the original The best thing the Senate can do is to pass it over here by Wednesday and let us gel See TAX Page 2 Dormant Funds Bill Is June House killed then pump ed new life into Price Daniels muchwanted bill to give the state use of dormant The House voted 6360 against passing the Then representatives voted 6262 to make the vote stick and thereby kill the Tie votes Im giving notice Ill ask the House to take up the bill again James Bates of the you11 be Tony Fenoglio of Nocona yell ed from the The House killed a similar measure the regular ses Daniel said then the Leg islature will hear of the bil and again untl it was The action means another 25 million dollars must be addec to the tax bill to eliminate the unless another specia session is Daniel wanted the bill to erasi part of the 66 million dolla Earlier it seemed as i See Page 12 X15 Passes First Glide Test CAN QVESTION TEACHERS ABOUT COMMUNIST LINKS June 8 UPI The Supreme Court Uled today that the House Com iiittee on unAmerican activities has the right to investigate Communism in the educational ield and can question teachers vithout abridging academic It did so by upholding 5 to 4 contempt conviction of Lloyd a former Vassar College He had re used to answer committee questions on grounds it had no right to conduct such an in any TOURING TEXANS IN LONDON Walking past one of Britains famed horse guards in Don are left to right Raymond Held of Brownwood Sally Lyons of San Antonio Larry Milner and Patti Beth both of Brown They are members of the Texan Theatrical Company which is currently in London to present the Shakespeare play Midsummer Nights Dream with a modern AP Wirephoto Soviets Alter Berlin Bait June The Soviet Union hinted today it woulddrop its enuuul that West Berlin be turned into a defenseless free but Western diplomats called the offer a trap that would wreck the Western position The diplomats said it was a trap because the planting feelers on the really werent giving up their on Berlin at They said he plan was attached to a series of totally unacceptable candi At least 25 Dead In Texas Violence The fifth week of EastWest negotiations began here in com plete and it appeared any break would have to come from Moscow where Premier Nikita Khrushchev was meet ing with the top officials of Communist East Western diplomats said the Moscow meeting could decide the success or failure of the for eign ministers conference here and whether there will be a summer summit See Page 2 Tesf Missile CAPE June 8 UPI A ing B47 jet bomber fired an other test version of the Air Forces airlaunched ballistic missile ALBM over the At lantic The solidfuel believed to be about 30 feet was another in a series developed by the Martin Aircraft From such test firings the Air Force hopes to develop a bomber launched ballistic missile with a range of Associated Press Atleast 25 persons died vio lently in Texas during the iioluding 11 in auto mobile The toll was recorded between 6 Friday and midnight Joe of Milford drowned while swimming with four companions Sunday in a stock tank 6 miles northeast of Gasoline gulped by 19month old Karen McDaniel claimed her life She found the gaso line in a bottle at her home in San Salome a La died in a twocar crash at Rio Grande City A car struck and killed Thom as Alonzo as he walked across a street in Dal las Sunday Herman died in Houston Sunday of bullet wounds suffered when he sought entrance to an apartment oc cupied by Elnora also who identified herself as his common law wife of 17 She was charged with Roslyn of Houston suffered a fatal gun shot wound Sunday at her See Page 2 Urge Hungry Get Excess Food June before a Senate Agri culture subcommittee urged to day that much of the nations big food surplus be given to the The subcommittee is studying several One would make food available through a stamp with the needy exchanging the stamps for food at Another would direct the Agriculture Department to buy surplus food and improve its system of allocating it to Other congressional nenls needy John Kennedy D has proposed that the surplus food program be trans ferred from the Agriculture De partment to the Department of Education and Emil secretarytreasurer of the United Auto said it is the clear responsibility of Congress to provide at least the minimum dietary requirements necessary for the general health of those who become the victims of the deficiencies in our eco nomic One Patrick Healy of the National Milk Producers said the general objectives of the developtroversial appointment for at east a Extended debate is Ammonia And Chlorine Fumes Threaten Towns June action by firemen today was credited with saving residents here of sickness o possible death from ammonif Deadly anyhydrous ammonl began pouring out of a Mllwau tee road tank car at the siding of the Farm Service Co lere The ammonia es caped after an employe of th Robert wa attempting to close a valve on he tank The wheel of the big valv snapped and the ammonia be Jan squirting out of an air vent Hamilton called firemen wh donned special masks and final Iy capped the About gallons of the ammonia had sho into the air before the was accomplished by firemai Russel Firemen then had to was down the area as the ammoni would have formed Into a ga and could have caused instan death or severe Several firemen reported feel ing sick after the bu all Hamilton commented that i it had gone much longer i would have been necessary t See Page 12 Debt President Eisenhower asked Congress to put a higher imit on the national debt and authorize increased interest rates for government Some Democratic lawmakers attacked the objecting partic ulary to any interest A number of congressional sources that the debt ceiling must be raised before June 30 to keep the government The President said the government cannot compete In the open securities market under statutory interest limit of 4 14 per cent now in House approved a bil givinlg the for administration the National Aeronautics and Space The Home accepted a Senate amendment restoring funds for a fuel test thus allowing the administration the full amount The bill now goes to the White Strauss The Senate suspend ed debate on the nomination of Lewis Strauss to be commerce turning to study of a pressing Intertior Department money It appeared there expected when the matter comes up Science data The House Space Committee questions as sistant Defense Secretary Wilfred McNeil and Dr Larkin H a State Department science about proposed exchanges of science information with other including communist Commun ist China has suggested through individual scientists a swap ol abstracts of articles from scien tific In major developments Sun day Farm workers Thirtysix Democratic senators and con gressmen issued a statement de ploring intensive pressure be ing brought against Labor Sec retary James Mitchells new wage and living standards pro posals for migratory and other lowpaid farm The group said spokesmen for large farm operators were engaged in a telephone and telegraph cam paign to persuade Congress to reject the regulations The law makers said the proposals were moderate considering the tragic conditions in which a majority would not be a vote on the conjof iarm families 16 Migrants 32 Hurt In Mishap Floodwaters Are Receding j Over County Floodwateri In this area were subsiding Monday except in the lower reaches of Chambers and Richland The crest at Highway 31 crossing on Chambers reached at 4 Saturday and Monday at 8 it show ed a drop of only Richland was out of banks and rising at the Highway 75 crossing near Richland and is out and rising rapidly in the Jones Bridge area southeast of Eureka and northwest of Wink ler near where Chambers and Richland merge into one stream for the remainder of the dis tance to the Trinity Rich land meets the Trinity a short distance downstream from S Highway 287 crossing in north east Freestone county and Into Anderson county west of Cay Richland closed farmmarket roads near Emmett and Spring hill late last but the high waters from the Hill county floods that stopped traffic in a number of had subsid ed The Trinity river gauge at the Texas Power and Light Com pany plant at Trinidad showet feci Monday at 8 am was falling The read See Page 12 Open Summer School Monday Corsicana summer nchoo opened with an enrollment of princi revealed shortly before noon The enrollment is consider ably larger than we expected and well have a big Armistead there wasnt enough interest from seventh grade pupils to conduct seventh grade courses this Any sev enth grader wishing to attend summer school should contacl the high school office before 10 The majority opinion that the committee ias been legally set up by the House and has persuasive authority to investigate Com The opinion also declared that ihe court will protect academic but it said this does not mean the committee cannot question a witness merely be cause ha is a In other major actions court that employe commit tees which discuss mutual problems with management are unions subject to federal labor aws even though they do no The unanimous opinion upheld a National Labor Relations Board decision and a lower appeals court n a case involving southwest See Page 2 Child Allowed To Handle Gun Kills Owner June woman who made her liv ing as the target of pistols and knives was shot and killed acci dentally Sunday night by a nine yearold boy visiting a wild west exhibition at Pittsburghs Bi centennial Mamie Alice was pronounced dead on arrival at Allegheny General Hospital aft er she was struck by a bullet fired from a caliber rifle used In her trick shooting act The rifle was fired by Frank New a fourth grade pupil along with his was visitlnf Frontier a replica of a wild west Peniman was part of a family act featuring her hus who was billed as Wild Bill and her See Page 12 Negro Suspect Kills Deputy June negro suspect in the he rocket Ship Americas rst manned space dropped dry without the sky over the dojave desert today to glide ack to earth on its own stub v The experimental craft rolled o a landing on the Rogers Dry Lake runway of this base four minutes after it was dropped rom the B52 jet bomber mother Test Pilot Scott f North American at at the controls of the multi million dollar X15 as it was arried above feet in crisp weather to set one f the mileposts of the na onal advisory and space ad ministrations program to get ion to the fringe of Crossfield brought the black olored its noso slightly over the lake He ra ioed ground stations exuber ntly Everything Is working per I wish I could do a bar elroll on the way In keeping his first date with Dace Crossfield said mmodlately as the mother hip reached feet over he Mojave were going to He then broke away from the and came lown in a lazy S In the seven on The first drop without the pace crafts own rocket power leing Ignited was accomplished See Page 12 rape of a caught by white woman was posse today severa hours after he killed a deputy sheriff and wounded two other men who were pursuing A posse of almost 200 men closed in on the negro rape suspect and shot him In the chest and shoulder before taking Kill kill don want to go to the gas the unidentified negro begged his Officers believed the man was the same one who raped an elderly white woman The a small man in hif early was rushed to Lee County Hospital here for treat ment of Believe Crew Bailed Lost In Desert Probe Team Reaches Bomber June 8 Air Force investi gation team reported today that the nine crew members of a ghost bomber found in the Libyan desert apparently bailed out before the crash and perished in the merciless heat of the sandy wastes 16 years The report was sent to Air Force European headquarters from a team that had made a threeday overland trek across the desert to reach the derelict B24 bomber that crashed on April during a World War II The merciless heat and pri vations of a sandy waste devoid of life and water probably claimed the lives of the nine crew members of the B24 Li berator the official report A search for traces of the airmen was undertaken with desert The crash scene was some 380 miles south of The derelict nick named Lady Be Good by its presented a ghostly pic ture when Investigators found it where it had lain untouched for 16 The only signs of the crash landing were in the tail split from the and the right outboard also broken Otherwise the which had been on a bombing mis sion to Naples from the war time Oenina airfield at Bengha zi was in the same condition as when the crew left Investigators found flight gear and fatigue clothing still hanging from pegs inside the Guns and ammuni tion as well ai logs and person al papers were untouched Even the water bottles wer The report by investigators dispatched to the scene Fridaj from Wheelus Air Base in Lib concluded that the crew o the bomber bailed out at altitude just before the plan There was no mooi that night and the sky was over Three of the engines appar entlv were out of fuel and th propellers were Th fourth still was working at th time of the The report said the bomber automatic pilot was not Th trim which maintain leve indicated that the B2 did not travel far after tho bar The the repor went into a left spira Bee Page 2 EDWARDS AIR June 8 FORCE UPI June 8 UPI farm laborers were killed and 32 others were in ured when a crudely fashioned bus crashed into a tree and ex ploded near Phoenix The highway which had difficulty determining the number of charred and cre mated bodies In the twisted listed these figures as official but said there may e more All the victims were Mexican Many of the injured were re orted in serious condition with urns and broken The patrol quoted the Cato Manuel Gloria as eay ng he dozed at the Gloria he had been feeling sleepy and was going to stop at an nterseclion 100 yards ahead to turn the driving over to his The driver escaped serious The workers were en route rom a labor office to garlic fields at west of See Page 12 DeGautte Makes Atomic Secrets NATO Price Prince Dies Monday Rites Pending lifelong died In Dal as early Monday Prince was the widow 3f the late Judge ongtlmo Corsicana attorney and former The fam ly home was at the Intersection f South Fourteenth street and Vest Seventh Prince was active In so lal and club circles for many ears and was a member of the Third Avenue Presbyterian shurch and then of Westmin ster Presbyterian church after ts Funeral services will be belt rom tho McCammon Chape Wednesday at 11 with bur al in Oakwood The rites will be conducted by Rev pastor of the West minster Presbyterian Swvivtng are a Rober1 Dallas a daughter Illon California 13 great grandchildren a Mrs Annie Wichita and other June 8 President Charles UPI De Gaulle served notice today that France is going to make no further commitments to the Nortt Atlantic Twenty Organization un less and until the United Statei and Britain share their atoml secrets with this De Gaulles new flareup with his Allies became public when news leaked out that NATC fighterbombers are being movec out of The reason France wont al ow atomic weapons on Its sol unless It can share control o Neither the United States nor Britain has been willing to share this So the planes must fly to Britain or West Ger many to be In reply to questions abou1 the French Foreign Minis Lry said today it Is indeed tru that no agreements have been reached about control of Atoml Installations on French territory The Foreign Ministry ended its published answer by saying The French government con siders them but It 1 not a question of taking on an new commitments with Sleel Deadlock Is NainSained NEW June 8 UPI Steel wage negotiators re fused to budge today in anothe fruitless contract The negotiations are snagged with only three weeks left be fore the July 1 strike Both sides have described their positions as flexible bu have accused each other of be ing Inflexible in the bargaining on a new agreement covering basic HOUSE PANEL PLANS QUICK PLEA ACTION President Holds Moves Essential To Government June 8 resident Eisenhower asked longress today to allow hlgh r interest rates on savings abolish the interest cell ng on longterm treasury nd boost the public debt Eisenhower said his threepart irogram is designed to improve iignlficantly the government3 ability to manage its debt in the best interest of the nation and o safeguard the public Main Proposals In a special message to Con Eisenhower asked that present Interest ceiling of per cent on savings bonds e rescinded so the rate can e raised to per cent on bonds bought on or after June He also promised an improv ed interest rate for all series B and H bonds bought before that 4 14 per cent interest rate limit on new Issues of long term treasury securities abolished so the treasury can ay higher realistic There Is no ceiling on Interest atos on shortterm 5 years or Permanent Celling legal national debt cell ng be increased to 288 billion dollars on a permanent basla See Page 12 Elevator Bids Prove Higher Than Expected Bids on a courthouse elevator were opened by the commis sioners court Monday morning and were admittedly higher than the court The court accepted the bids and took them under considera tion and Informed bidders that disposition would be made with in 30 but It was obvious that tho amount of the general contractor bids were far be yond the expectations of the Bids were receiv ed on both general contractor and elevator Details of Bids Barsh of Waco was low bidder for general contractor with and Johnson Elevator Company of Waco was low bidder for elevator contrac tor with Collectively thla would cost tho county Other general contractor bids were Henrlck and Adams of and George Wales of The low bid would commence work within 30 calendar the other two within 60 Other elevator bids wore Otis Elevator Company of Westlnghouse Elevator and HunterHayes Elevator Com pany of Maintenance bids were See Page 12 Guided Missile Delivers Mail June airbreathing mis sile zoomed across internation al waters to a nearby Navy port today with what may have been first missile mail delivery n Postmaster General Arthur at a press confer ence here this said as far as I this was the first missile delivery of mall n the history of About pieces of originating in left in the 60foot Regulus I from the guided missile submarine USS Barbero at The missile mall arrived safe ly at the Navys carrier at near by Mayport at Summerfield said the letters were being processed In the lo cal post office for regular dis patch to officials and leading citizens who have contributed or shown special Interest in the postal progress of recent The Regulus I has been an operational submarine missile for several Summerfield and this was the first peacetime use of The missile travelled more 100 defense depart ment officials The Regulus las a speed range of about 600 miles an In past it las landed on skids similar to iled The successful experiment was hailed by authorities In Wash ington as of historic signifi cance for the peoples of the en tiro The Post Office Department said this peacetime employ ment of a guided missile for the important and practical purpose of currying mail Is the first known official use of missiles by any post office department in any It said success of todays ex periment provided extremely valuable information of far reaching importance to tho fu ture of the United States mail It said the test showed of compartments In missiles to carry considerable amounts of mail appears high ly quantities of mis sile mail can be loaded quickly and can be developed to carry mail safely and swiftly missiles may ulti mately solve problems of swifter delivery of international particularly for Isolated and to supplement high priority deliveries to big population cen lightness of letters and the small space they use makes them Ideal users of missile experts point ed out tho Regulus I travels at only ninetenths the speed of The B58 bomber could deliver the mail twice as fast because it travels at twice the speed of The experts said the use of ballistic missiles would be speed ier for mall The Thor and Jupiter intermediate range ballistic missiles travel at a speed of miles an The like the Air Forces Snark actually is littlo more than a pllotless bomber which flies on aerody namic principles rather than bal listic The Regulus and Snark both have wings and The submarine Barbero left on a regular train ing mission with Its let Summerfield established Sea Page 12   

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