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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - June 9, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER FORECAST Partly cloudy through Wednesday with isolated after noon and evening thunderstors no im portant temperature Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 I 12 I 1 I 76 79 82 84 86 88 Completa Weather Report on Market SJHomeof the Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Morning LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW June er decline resumes govern ments price changes nar CHICAGO Wheat Mostly higher scattered light good to 25 cents higher top er steers steady to 25 cents lower top AP TELEMATS 2 JUNE PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Big Three Hands Russia Ultimatum On Berlin ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Senate Nears Debate On Texas Tax Measure FARM WORKERS DIE IN FLAMING CRASH policeman surveys the burnedout truck In which 16 Mexican farm workers lost their lives when It left the highway near crashed into a tree and burst into Over 30 others were many in the AP Wirephoto USW Ends Industry Talks NEW June 9 The United Steehvorkers Union said today it has gotten nowhere in joint contract talks with the steel It an nounced it will begin bargaining separately with the 12 companies next David president of the accused the steel industry of doing everything in its power to foment a work this McDonald said he has called the full negotiating committees for each company tack to New York in the hopes they can do tetter than we have been able to Joint talks between fourman bargaining teams have become hopelessly deadlocked with each side putting the blame on the Conrad chief in dustry said the in jrfustry has not had a specific from the McDonald revealed that he has received a telegram from nine Democratic senators to meet with them in Washington Monday night for a briefing on the contract In denouncing the See Page 2 Charges Rail Strike Wanted June 9 UPI The chairman of the Railway Labor Executives As sociation said today that rail way management seems clearly bent upon either forcing a strike or directing a lockout on the railroads late this Leighty also termed fantastic the railroads pro posal that the unions take a 15 cent an hour pay The unions are asking for a 12 per cent He also accused rail manage ment of launching a multi dollar propaganda cam Tjiaigi to smear railroad work ers as n e UPI The Interior Depart ment Monday set the oil import ceiling at barrels from July 1 through The announcement means more overall petroleum imports for five Western states and Ha waii and It will allow Hike Allowables For Imported Oil Houston Board Calls Election On Integration June 9 Houston School Board voted 41 earlv today to call an elec tion soon to let voters decide whether they want public schools here The action was taken at the request of board attorney Joe Revnolds because of the re cent petition for another hear ing by Houston petitioners in a desegregation Reynolds said in a letter to the board that action should bo because of Texas require that before any taken which district desegregates it must hold an election affirming de segregation by the people of the district or lose state Business Manager Mills said failure to act on the ar ticle would seriously cripple the which would stand to lose about 5 million dollars in state If we lose that 5 said I dont think we could EO ahead with school and maintain our salarv more residualfuel oil Imports for East Coast al though overall petroluem im ports for states east of the Rockies will be The import limitations were announced by Matthew V chief of the Inter ior Departments Oil Import Ad The daily import total for the six months beginning July 1 Is up barrels from the daily ceiling of barrels cur rently in effect under the gov ernments oil import contro Mandatory import control for crude and unfinished oils went into effect last March Allo See Page 9 Texas Accounts For Oil Slump TULSA OP1 Daily average production of crude and con dcnsate fell barrels to barrels last week as the result of lower allowables in Oklahoma and the Ol and Gas Journal said where allowables were cut to 10 days in June com pared with 12 last drop pod barrels to Oklahoma was down bar rels to The Journal estimated 1959 production at bar rels compared to a year New Mexico was down barrels to Increases were reported for 750 to am 50 to HOUSE OKS HIGHER FEES ON STUDENTS Solons Refuse To Revive Dormant Funds Proposal June 9 Iff Sena talked economy until noon before Ben Ramsey laid out for debate tho states recordsize tax Action on the bill to raise 151 more million dollars for 196061 vas to come after a recess for Pass Two Measures The Senate passed two propos als before the One calls on the Legislative Budget Board o submit a new budget for the next blennium based only on that would be collected under existing tax The other creates a 5man committee to study state de partments and boards in an ef ort to reduce state A appropriation is Included or the commlttete which has subpoena House coupled with Senate committee rejection Mon has all but wiped out the hree sections of the Price Daniels deficit This stirred fresh talk of a second Pleas Rejected The House turned down pleas not to tax students again and approved 6866 a measure to sl ow compulsory student activity ees in 19 state colleges and uni The bill now goes to the Sen ate for It will allow the college governing boards to make present student activity fees The measures also Increases from to a year the fees higher education Institutions may The maximum is S76 a year and does not affect the a year tuition Every college president and See pTge 2 Poultry Plant Here Purchased By Joe Fectel Joe Fectel of owner of Western Hatcheries and a pro cessing plant at has pur chased the Corsicana Poultry nnd Egg Company plant here from Milton District Judge James Sewell revealed following approval of the sale in an order Issued by the court The plant was sold intact for the Court includ ii j the rolling Much of the stock in storage had been disposed of in previous The final hearing is scheduled in the case July the first Mon day in the July term of court Judge Sewell who also said it was his understanding that the local plant will be kepi intact and put back in opera tion soon after July The local unit of Western Hatcheries Is a member of the group owned by Fectel and as Ike Warns On Race laws Political Sniping On Capitol Hill June 9 UPI Democrats and Re publicans continued to snipe at each other on Capitol Hill up for next years battle at the Republican congressional lead after their weekly meeting with President de nied a charge that the GOP was guilty of sabotage in Con Charles Halleck and Everett Dirksen replied to a charge made Sunday by Senate Democratic Leader Lyndon who accused Republi cans of trying to make things look bad for the We are only 153 strong in the House and we are going to try to give a good account of our Halleck Johnson charged today that GOP is running solely on the hope that Congress will be a Johnsons statement was in reply to President Eisenhowers speech Monday night expressing confidence the Republicans will win In 1960 because of their Bound fiscal Partisan overtones again crept into debate on thi appointment of Lewis Strauss as Secretary of Hugh Scott charged that opponents of Strauss are trying to commit a legislative Beware of the execution that creates a Scott said in a Senate Those who are assiduously digging a grave for L Strauss had better pause to look at whose names are etched on the Other congressional develop ments Labor Speaker Sam Ray burn held a 40minute confer ence with two union leaders on the subject of labor reform He said afterward tl Congress must if a to stop as much of ils racketeering as He discussed the situation with Walter President of the United Auto and head of the 1 ilway Clerks Rackets a staff investiga tor tjld the Senate Rackets Com mittee that a monopolistic In diana pinball machine firm had given public officials such gifts as hifi ice cream jewelry and other The committee already is considering a contempt citation against Metro form er Lake County prosecutor who refused to surrender some of his lax Holovachka has refused to tell the committee how he acquired during his eight years in Democratic plan to double federal spending for disposal plants to curb pollution of waterways was ap proved by the House despite threats of a presidential The House voted 254 to 42 in favor of the measure which boosts the total longrange cost of federal grants for the pro gram to The leg islation now goes to the Sen Contracts The Air Force told a House Armed Services subcommittee it has begun to exercise closer control and surveillance of airplane con struction The gen eral accounting office had com plained that contractors had overcharged the Air Force some million dollars on certain Debt There was sharp op position in some quarters of Concress to President Eisen howers request for a higher national debt limit and in creased interest rates on gov ernment The House Ways and Means Committee begins hearings tomorrow on the package House was ready to vote on a bill to pro vide for flood navigation and re clamation It was giv en preliminary approval Fri Hubert H Humphrey called for creation of a permanent re search and policyanalyzing agency in the executive branch It would be charged with the responsibility of thinking about a comprehensive and long range national strategy which would embrace all essential fac tors of domestic and foreign Humphrey made thi proposal in a speech prepared for Senate In major congressional dc velopments late Monday Taxes The House approved a oneyear extension of Korean war tax rates on ciga beer and new automobiles and corporate prof The administration hac See Page 8 First Missile Submarine Launched June 9 UPI President Eisenhower varned today against attempt ng to assure the civil rights of Americans by passing too many unitive He spoke informally to a Na ional conference on civil held under the auspices of the Federal Civil Rights Eisenhower said it would be mpossible to achieve the com plete concept of equality among men in any form of But he snid those Interested in ivil rights could promote equal ipportunity by encouraging the widest possible understanding if human rather than relying completely on rigid fed eral See Page 2 Barbers Shop Wrecked When Balks On Hike SAN June barber said Monday his shop windows were smashed and 27 other shops were dam aged when he and other owners efused to raise their Golebank said five men hrentened to destroy the shop and harm me unless he brought his prices into line with the minimum set by the San Anto nio Barbers Colebank said the men ap parently used a plple to break L5 a neon sign and a He estimated damage at about Colebank cuts hair only by charging per His employes charge 75 cents for regular The San Antonio scale Is for regular cuts and for flat The Associated Master Bar kers and Beauticians of meeting approved a reso ution calling for an increase Lhroughout the state to per RURAL HIGHWAY DEATH ON COUNTYS MAY RECORD One person was killed In rural Uighway accidents in Navarro county during the month of Scott of the Corsicana substation of HIP Texas Highway Patrol reported Total accidents in the county during the month were which Included one six per sonal injury and 16 property Eleven persons were Property damage total ed Neighboring Henderson coun LongTelephones His Top Aides BATON June Earl Long conferred by telephone with two of his top aides Mon day from a psychiatric clinic where he is undergoing Long called his executive sec Wilma and House Speaker Robert An Angelle said later the gover nor merely asked how certain bills he favored in the current fiscal session of the Legislature were and promised he would be back June 9 The first polarismissile USS George Washi was launched today with the prayerful hope of Presi dent Eisenhower that It never ivill have to unleash its tremen dous destructive power against an aggressor The first of nine fleet ballis Accident Lets Officers Grab Pure Heroin June 9 agents reported to day they made the biggest haul of illogHl drugs ever recorded by The narcotics three pounds of pure heroin were found in a brief case of Lee Edgar Sar tnln who earlier had been ar rested for possession of a small amount of But for Sartalns carelessness tho brief case might never have fallen into the agents once assoclntod In a Honolulu night cub nnd more recently a theatrical ngont in the Far accidentally left the locked case with a After his arrest ho ordered H delivered to his How ever It was sent to a lawyer who had refused Sartnlns case and he promptly turned it over to Agents said the worth more than a million dollars on the underworld prob nbly came from China via Hong Veteran Wins Pneumonia Bout June ter last living veteran of the Civil returned to his regular diet today after win ning a bout with The 116yearold Confederate veteran had a breakfast ol scrambled eggs and It was ihe first menl from his regular diet since said a Willie Mae Williams hnd spent nearly 48 hours under an oxygen tnnt but the tent was removed Monday He Is very weak but seems to be getting along fine after hav ing hod high Bowles y had two deatha during the month as compared to one in Hill nnd Lime stone counties were each free from highway deaths during the See Page 2 Drunken Driver Blamed For Six Highway Deaths June 9 members of a family vere killed and another was nlured Mondav night when heir car and two truckj col ided on Houte 22 near this Pennsylvania com The dead were Wllmer of his 34 a Sonla 12 and hese sons Robert Randall 6 and William 10 Tho only surviving member of the Roderick was reported in satisfactory at Coroner William Crawford snid pickup truck rammed the Hinlsh cnr from achind and shoved it into the path of a truck loaded with jasrs of Neither the driver of the ce nent Lester Hall of nor Ihe other Theodore of Duncansvllle was State police charged McMas tcrs with drunken driving aft er he WHS pronounced intoxi cated by a Three In Texas Family Killed June 9 W1 Three members of a Texas family were killed and a fourth wns injured early when their car crashed into n hrldce on the Turner Turnpike near Killed were Harold Applon M his Walter Applen and Harold Applens duugh oil of Tuscola Injured wns Gilbert Davis of Harold Ap plens The Hlchwav Patrol said the Applens had been visiting rela Troopers said the family apparently had been traveling all night nnd the driver dozec while Toll road attend onts sold tho group stopped at one of tho turnpike gates ant asked if It be all right to stop on the toll road shoulder nnd OUTRANKS nations only surviving Civil War veter Walter is shown receiving the honorary rank of fivestar general from Donald executive commis sioner of affairs of the Confederate High Willie Mae Williams takes part in the presentation at Williams home in The presentation made Williams a higher ranking officer than Robert Con federate AP Wirephoto tic missile which pat rol the oceans of the world with all major military targets with in range of their mile two stage the George Wash ington is the second heaviest submarine over to be Robert wife of the Treasury smashed a bottle of domestic champagne against the blunt bow of the ton craft as It moved down the launching ways nt the Electric Boot Yard of General Dynamics I christen thee USS George she said in the traditional salute as the silver encased bottle hit the hull and he deadly submarine in the world raced down the ways and into the Thames As it slipped into tho See Page 9 GRONYKO IS CAGY WITH HIS ANSWER DeGaulle Suffers Rebuff In London To His Demands Juno Big Three today Master Defense Plan Aired At White House June 9 UPI Klsonhawor civilian and nitari advisers to a White House conference today to go over n new master plan for air The drawn up by De fense Secretary Neil McEIroy and the Joint Chiefs of also is designed to stop the ArmyAir Force bickering over their respective untlaircraft missiles the Armys Nike Hercules and tho Air Forces The master plan for air defense missiles and jet Inter ceptor aircraft has been de nmnded by Congress and was due The Senate and House recently differed over the Army and Air Forco The Joint chiefs failed to See Page 2 Apartment Fire Kills 2 Women DES June 9 UPI Two women perished today whnn fire swept through a throestory apartment bulld Inc but a deafmute mothct and her three mule children wore rescued from the build About a halfdozen other per sons fled to safety when the flames roared through the top two floors of the brick struC The dead were Identified as and her Lorctta Firemen said their found In a thirdfloor apart were burned beyond rec The Western handed Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko an ultimat um to give way on Berlin or go home empty handed without a summit talks Grom yko delayed his answer for 24 and tho Geneva confer ence went into the crisis Showdown Cnlled Secretary of State Christian Herter and his British and French colleagues called the showdown in the 30th day of the foreign ministers conference during a 2 14hour secret ses sion at Herters Gromyko renewed Russlafs demands that the Western allies clear out of West Berlin and that it be turn ed into a free demilitarized the Impression of the Western powers Is ona of Assistant Sec retary of State Andrew Bard Ing told No Summit Talks The West was agreed thera was no point In continuing the talks unless Russia was willing to guarantee Western rights in They were further agreed that See Page 2 Soviet Missile Base Network Circles Europe By FRANZ CYBUS June The Soviet Union has establish ed a missile bnse network stretching Into at least six Eu ropean well informed sources reported to Information western govern According available to and East Germany all have had Russian rocket launching sites In operation within their bor ders for more than one If the Intelligence survey Is Western Europe Is ringed by Soviet rocket bases from the Baltic to tho Blade Reports received last year said a Soviet Llshkln was In charge of Russias satellite missile base His head quarters were said to be at Lib erec in Czechoslovak Czechoslovakia was reported to Imvo launching sites east of Karlovy southwest of northeast of southwest of Ccske Budejovlco and at near the Czech Polish There was said to be a bass at tho Baltic Sea resort of Kol berg In the Polish administered part of These wcro the other report ed sites Hungary An atomic weapon See Page 2 TroopBacked East Reich Bold Editors Note What weight he to German Communist threats of a Ber lin blockade What control does the Communist regime hold over the people of Kant Germany To seek tho an UlIg Wellington news manager for joined other Western corre spondents on a visit n East Germany this Here his By WELLINGTON LONG EAST June 9 The Communist regime In East Germany probably is bluffing when it threatens to force the Western Allies out of West But tho German Communists do believe that sooner or later they will have a great degree of influence over the activities of the Allied garrisons in West Berlin and their The Communists are less con fident about their control over restless East Ger That is the sum of impres sions gathered during a visit to East Berlin ind East Ger many this week and from talks with all sorts of people rang ing from Communist SEDj nartv central committeemen down to railway ticket takers and construction When speaking for tho rec ord they talk though of how the Soviet will back them up In the long list of things they say they will forbid the allies to When theyre not talking propaganda the German Com munist loaders speak a lot less They still main tain thut East Germany will sign a separate treaty with but they are vague on details and indicate It will be the simple pnssnge of time that will give them control over West Berlins Asked at what point in stale mated EastWest negotiations an East GormanRussian peace treaty would he East Berlins Communist party chief Paul Vcrner When that would no one can Im no fortune hut we wont wait until 1961 whun the Adenauer regime In West Ger many is to have completed its atomic The Communists still refuse to believe that the West will not acrec to their neace treaty and they think theyre making gains as far as winning some sort of recognition from the Western They believe the Allies now are moving towards an agree ment whereby they will nego tiate with the East German re gime on supplying their garri sons In West Everyone at tho Geneva con not just but al so now talks of things that were taboo before the con said Stefan Hey foreign ministry press Tho Western powers now recognize we All party leaders nro con vinced that this growing recog nition of their regime eventual ly will force the West Germans to enter Into a confederation with East This would trlve them a certain Influenca over events in West where they now have no In But tho Communists still worry about their own Influ ence In East The regime would not last a minute if the Soviet army said a man met in East Berlin railway station Even a lot of party members could But as long as the Russian army Is then wont be another   

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