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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - June 10, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHER LOCAL cloudy and warm through Thursday with widely scat tered Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 I 2 76 82 88 91 92 93 1 Oomplolo Weather Report on Market HiHemcofthe Daily LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW Juno vigorous governments mill CHICAGO scattered late Corn mixed light er crop damage to 25 cents lower top Catte steers steady to weak top 3 JUNE PAGES PEICE FIVE CENTS BAMJSTIO MISSILE SUB LAUNCHEDThe nation s first fleet ballistic missile the USS George hits the vater alter her launching at Robert Ander wife of the Secretary of the christened the a 380foot 5400 ton craft that will launch Polaris missiles from the depth of the ocean or from the AP Wirephoto Teamster Cleanup Mandate Upheld June 10 The Court of Appeals to day armed Federal District Court with powers to enforce its cleanup orders on Presi dent James Hoffa and othei officers of the Teamsters union In a unanimous the appellate court said Judge Dickson Letts was within his rights in modifying a con sent order which terminated litigation to bar Hoffa from taking Under the Hoffa was allowed to take office but a threemember board of monitors was set up to watch over the unions affairs andmake recom Richland Gains Approval For Water System June The City of Richland has clear ed its greatest hurdles in its for new residential de 1 The Federal Housing Admin istration has accepted the Rich land water system for mortgage insurance purposes which means that if other requirements are builders can start construction with the knowledge thatthe subdivisions are sanc tioned by the In a letter to Jacw may or of Ellis director of the Dallas office of the said that Our analy sis of the water supply serving your community has been com We are pleased to ad vise that acceptance of the sys tem for FHA mortgage insur ance purposes has been recom Charles said the FHA would be pleased to make an analysis of the proposed subdivision which was presented for sideration about a year con In order that a preliminary review might be he re quested the following items pre liminary topographic map end proposed A copy of the letter was sent vto who owns See Page 2 mendations for restoring demo cracy to the In its opinion the ap pellate court said the recom mendations of the monitors are not but that they may go to Judge Letts for or ders putting them into Hoffa and the othei Teamsters officials fail to ply with the appellate court the moni tors may report this fact to Judge The after affording a hearing to the may any action necessary with in the scope of its Judge Charles Lahy said iri an opinion concurred in by Judges Henry Edgertori and Wilbui In this means that Judge Letts may take punitive action through contempt pro ceedings to force a cleanup in the At Teamsters a spokesman said Hoffa had no immediate There was word as to whether the See Page 10 Fair Trade Bill Attacked June 10 members of the House Commerce Committee barged today that pending federal fair trade legislation would cost consumers an extra 1 12 to 2 billion dollars a John Bennett R and Steven Derounian attacked the bill as a means of price rigging or compulsory The approved by the Jommerce would permit manufacturers to fix the retail price of branded or trade marked such as foodstuffs and other Backers of the bill claim it would prevent predatory price cutting by chain stores and other large retail outlets who lave been forcing small mer chants out of business through cutthroat Texas Senate Firm On Cigarette Tax Double Standard Tested In Florida FOUR WHITES ON TRIAL IN NEGRO RAPE Deputies Force Overflow Crowd From Courthouse By JACK FOX Jun white youth accused of raping a negro coed went on trial today In a case that was rapidly building up in to a demonstration of whethe Southern justice has a dotibli standard for negroes anc Crowd Tense Shortly after the trial began in a small 114yearold court sheriffs deputies herdet a overflow crowd of ne groes of the ground flool of the They had milled into the corridor after finding no room left in the negro spec tators gallery One negro who told Sheriff William Joyce i is none of your damned busi ness when the officer askec his fathers wag marchec into the sheriffs office fo Others in the crowd reluctantly left the building bu stood crowded againsi the Victim Not Present The alleged rape victim was not present at the trial opening but is expected The foui the youngest onlj were brought manacled to the courthouse which was guard ed by cowboy hatted state troopers and Death is the extreme penaltj for a rape conviction in Flori but no white man has evex See Page 2 OP USW Revamps Contract Plans NEW June United Steelworkers Un ion will make e divide and conquer bargaining move next week in an effort to crack the steel industrys nowageincrease The unable to make any headway in joint talks be tween fourman bargaining has called its full bar aining committees to New York next Tuesday for separate meetinga with the 12 companies The steel Industry has not yet agreed to the separate meetings Conrad chief indus try said the indus trys fourman team wanted to discuss the matter more fully with the union before making a David president of the in announcing the change in bargaining plans Tues we hope the local committees can do better than we have done in making prog ress on a new McDonald said joint talks will continue as scheduled Thursday and He did not know whether joint talks vould be held simultaneously vith the separate meetings be teen mass bargaining groups for both the union and the indi vidual Interest Hike Denied June 10 Secretary of Ihe Treasury Rob ert Anderson told Congress today that removal of the in terest rate ceiling on government bonds would not result in in creased interest rales This is simply nol Ander son He entered the denial in pre senting lo the House Ways and Means Committee Ihe adminislra tions request for an increase in the limit on the federal and repeal of the present inter est Anderson said refusal by Con gress to give the Treasury more competitive elbow room in mar keting its securities and man aging Ihe debt would actually have an adverse effect hy rais ing worldwide apprehension over the value of the 4 Nothing contributes so strong ly to forcing interest rates up ward as far of he I Those investors who want to invest in fixeddollar obliga tions rather than in stocks will demand higher interest ratfs to compensate for their expcrtation of a shrinking pur chasing power of future repay ment of principal and The administration sent in its first team to back up the fi nancing In addition to the assignment to testify was given to Budget Director Maurice Stans and William chairman of the Federal Re serve It appeared in advance that the proposal to wipe out the in terest rate celling would have tough Democrats backed away from abandonment of the 4 14 per cent limit on government bond first enacted in the ad administration of Woodrow Wil son and continued in force dur ing two world If Congress the gov ernment plans also to raise from 3 14 to 3 34 per cent the in terest rate on both present and future savings effective June Sharp debate broke out in the Senate Tuesday after Pres cott Bush accused Democrats of responsibility for what he called the deplorable condition of our fiscal affairs by pushing heavy spending pro Democratic Leader Lyndon Johnson of Texas replied that it was the Eisenhower administra tion which had put a policy of high interest rates into effect and added that Democrats will take their time to study the new Of course the bankers are mad about the probable he and added that maybe the bankers shouldnt have in creased interest rates as much as they already Stuart Symington D contended it is primarily because of wasteful and unbusi nesslike practices on the part of the administration that we find ourselves in a financial Thomas Kuchel R the GOP urged sober and mature and non political examination of the Ei senhower but said the Democrats who control Congress will have to accept responsi bility for what they fail to Despite the battle over inter est there seemed little doubt that Congress would vote a boost in the debt ceiling as it has periodically since World War IL See Page 10 West Rejects Tear Berlin 1 LEVIES FAIL Report Million Gain In Employed Young Mother Decapitated By 1 T1 lid teenager June 10 UPI A teenage driver try ng to outrun police at speeds over 110 miles an hour crashed hicar into a motel Tuesdaj night and hit a young mothei so hard she was Gloria 26year old mother of stepped out side of the where she hat been when she hearc She had no chance to escape as the car swerved into a filling station and bore down on The car brushed A a coowner of the and threw her eight feet but she escaped serious The car rammed through i wall of the motel into a roon which four men had left only minutes Police said the driver was John Lawrence of Valley The car nad been reported stolen at Mc OQuinn suffered minor In juries and was taken to a de at the Russeli County Highway Patrolmen and Rus qell county sheriffs deputies lad chased OQuinn on 40 at speeds topping 110 miles an hour from miles east of Supreme Court Stay Granted Starkweather June 10 UPI Supreme Court Justice Charles Whittaker today tranted a stay of execution to Charles facing he death penalty for a series of ilayings in the The stay will remain In effect until the Supreme Court rules n Starkweathers Justice Whitaker set June 17 is the deadline for Stark veathers attorneys to file a petition1 on the Nebraska Attorney Seneral Beck said he had een informed of the Beck said Whittaker stated hat a petition for a writ of ortiorari may be filed on or icfore June If petition for such a writ Is lot filed by that Beck the slay will terminate at the close of hat If a petition is he slay will conllnue in effect lending action on the If the writ of ccrtiorari is the stay then will erminate If it Is the stay will continue ending issuance of the judg nent of the Supreme Beck said he was told by Whit The application was filed by See Page 10 IKE URGES DOCTORS TO KEEP FEES REASONABLE ATLANTIC Jum 10 President Eisenhowe has called upon organized doc tors to help write a preventive prescription against inflation in Ihe same way Ihey guard the nations physical And one he told the 108th annual meeting of Ihe American Medical Tues day is by charging rea Adenauer And Erhard Settle Bitter Dispute June 10 UP Minister Ludwig Erhard and Chancellor Konrad Adenauer settled their quarre over the German chancellorship Christian Democratic party sources The report came from a party caucus called to settle the quar rel between the two leaders Party sources eald Erhard has agreed to renmln in office as economics Other terms of the eurpris igly swift reconciliation wen nol immediately made It was assumed Erhard hac won his demand for a vote ol confidence to kill off what he called the historical lie that he was unfitted to become Informants said that the unity of the party had been restored and that Adenauer and Erhard had agreed to work together In the 271 deputies at he Some of caucus remarked as they came out of the closed meeting General peace has broken Erhard and ace to face for Adenauer met an hour and 45 minutes today in an effort to work out their College Library Concrete Poured Pouring of concrete for the irst floor of the library build ns was started at Navarro unior College early Wcdnes 1ay Ben president of the institution re Thn addition to the ollege is being built by the Fritch Construction ompany of Dallas on the east md of the present adminlstra ion The twostoiy brick building to be completed by In the building there will be first floor vault and mechanical Upstairs here are to be six audiovisual room and Bonds were voted for the ddltion by Navarro countians last sonable fees for medical care He made no accusation tha doctors were charging unrea sonable In his speech he hammere anew at what the termed th urgent need for a balanced fee eral For those who will take th trouble to there is no dlf ficulty in seeing the relation ship between fiscal responsi billty and a mean ingful life for all in a climate o he I am confident that you doc tors as community leaders ii great urban centers and In th villages and farm areas of Amei can do much to promot greater understanding of th See Page 10 Long And Lawyers Confer About Husband June Attorneys scheduled a secom conference this afternoon o the question of whether Gov Earl Long of Louisiana wll undergo a sanity hearingJune Three courtappointed neys spent most of the morning with doctors who are diagnos ing and treating the governor brought here May 30 after vio lent outbursls before the Louis iana The governors wife arrived at the hospital from Baton Rouge about The attorneys Indicated they ilan a conference with Mrs the doctors and the gov ernor this wearing a royal ue dress and while accessor arrived by Louisiana Na Uonal Guard She car ried a basket of peaches which she said vere for her husband Huge Marijuana Stock Captured SAN June 10 W San Anlonio police said today hey have confiscated one of he biggest marijuana hauls in he citys They said the haul totalled 34 packages with an illegal narket value of A narcolics Doerr said Ihe raid rame aflei a He said a car wilh no license lates was discovered on Terrell Plaza parking Doerr aid he noticed an odd odor and pulled one of the door panels liar and discovered the pack ges of Police watched the car over but after no one appeared o claim the vehicle was aken to the police Use By Suicides Shows Ominous Plastic Bags Trap More Tots By United Press International A steadilyclimbing toll of in anl dealhs prompled wide pread aclion against the other viseinnocenl plastic Jnited Press International sur ey showed The survey revealed more than 0 infants have suffocated when ley have become enwrapped in ne The survey also bowed the bags have been used or another type of death uicide in an ominouslyin reasing Practically all the victims ave been only a few months One of the Danna 4 apparently ulled a bag over his face while e was in his crib at At about the ame Bridget died in She was found entangled in a cleanj ers bag which apparently had blown on top of In many communities cleaning shops and laundries have vol untarily curtailed use of the plastic Some legisla tures have considered passing laws restricling Ihem in some The plastics industry has held toplevel conferences on the At New Paul president of the Tech nical Tape one of the worlds largest manufacturers of polyethylene said his firm was working on a breath able1 plastic This bag would be The com pany said an infant could breathe even it caught in two sheets of The New York State Health Department said lhat within a month the stales sanilary code will be changed lo require a warning lo accompany each bag when it is taken The New York City Board of Health contemplates some type action next Langdon a spokes man for Ihe Soclely of the Plastics said Ihe bags were dangerous only when He said reuse is mis The bags should be de stroyed or discarded out of the reach of children as soon as pos he The plastic people and the cleaners launched an education al campaign last Two million folders warning of the danger have been the manufacturers have conferred with representa tives of health the Na tional Safety Council and the American Medical The education campaign seemed to be the most immediate answer to the See Page 10 June 10 UPI Employment rose b more than one million las month to a May record of the government report ed Unemployment drop ped by to The unemployment figure was the lowest in 18 The government atlribuled Ihe drop in joblessness mainly to recalls of factory workers to their Secretary of Commerce Lewis Strauss Secretary of La bor James Mitchell said th rise in employment wa caused by an unusually large pick up in nonfarm jobs as wel as a further seasonal gain in The May record figure com pared with the old time high ol set in The seasonally adjusted rate of unemployment declined to per cent of the total labor It was the first time II has dropped below B per cem since It was per cent in April and hoverec around 6 per cent last Despite the drop In unemploy the jobless total remained bout above the May It was about 00 lower than the year ago to The average weekly earning of factory workers hit a new alltime high at passing for tho in his The work increased See Page 10 Showers Again Dotting More Forecast By Tho Associated Press Thundershowers were general over much of Ccn ral and West Texas Wednes ny as clouds moved in after a warm Sherman and Dcnlson were Irenched by a heavy rain dur ng the Winds In gusts up to 50 miles an hour also the two North Texas cit The Weather Bureau radar picked up lines of thundershow nrs from Sulphur Springs and Jefferson Cily lo from Waxahachle lo Grandview and rom Archer Cily to Wichita Chlldresa also reported a The rest of the sUte hac lo partly cloudy Forecasts called for partly warm weather through with showers In East and South Central Texas and xjcaslonal storms in the Norlh cntral and West portions of he Tuesdays clear skies drew molslure from ripening grain ind colton fields and senl lern craturca climbing into the up See Page 10 June 10 UPI The Soviet Union today gavi the Western Allies a new ultl malum lo get out of Berlin in a Secretary of Stat Christian Herter immedtatelj rejected the Soviet Foreign Minister An drei Gromyko formally issuei the ultimatum in the form of i Moscow Interim Berlin peaci package inlroduccd to the Big Four conference plenary session Ciroiiiyko snld lint unless Iho Wont agrees lo sign a German peace treaty within a year Russia will sign a pact at with East terminating Western rights in Herter rejected the extra ordinary Soviet proposal a wholly unacceptable after hi had engaged in a series o emergency consultations with top Western The Herter told should know by now that the United States will nevei negotiate under deadlines threats or The Secretary of State Indicated that Russia had writ ten off the chances for a sum See Page 9 NORAD Starts Judgment Test COLORADO June Ameri can Air Defense Commanc opened a 2lhour d covering of tho glc loday to test tho judgment of men responsible for tha de fense of the free NORADS headquarters here said the labeled Desk opened with a mock sneak allack on several slrateglc air command bases in the United States at 10 No missiles or planes were to i launched or flown as part of the It is a command post exer testing decision making abilities of the announcement The exercise will require 000 officers and enlisted personnel during each of three eighthour It will cover square miles of the continent and 350 NORAD said the area Involved the system of defense alerts and orders would extend from he Mexican border lo the Arc c and from Midway Island to Cyclist Crosses Nation Quickly LOS June 10 UPI Motorcyllst John Pen arrived iere at PST today fter a 52 11 minute ride rom New York father of three aid he made only gns and cal nK stops on the mile trip fter leaving New York Mon He said he got leepy at times near the end of his EFFORTS FOR Belief Growing Another Special Session Needed June 10 Senate refused today to cut proposed 3cent a pack cigarette tax Increase to one The 2011 vote went against Price Daniels recommen dation and the House approved general tax Favor IVnillngr Bill Votes on amendments Indicat ed the senators want the 151 million dollar tax bill pretty much as recommended by Its Seventy per cent of the reve nue is based on selective sales Passage may come later today unless a filibuster de Seniors also turned down a manufacturers tax and a com bination of a general per sonal and corporate income Severance Tax Pending An amendment adding a sev erance beneficiary tax of 6 per cent to raise 60 million dollars for school teachers pay raise ivas under consideration when senators recessed until 2 Charles Aus and Crawford Hills voted against the 1cent cigarette tax proposal offered y Bill See Page 9 Another Big Winter Wheat Crop Forecast June 10 Agricultures Depart ment today estlmaled the 1959 crop will total 00 This prospective crop com pares with 1958 production of record Todays based on une 1 was mado up f bushels of winter vheat and bushels of pring Last month the forecast for winter wheat was The spring wheat esti mate Is the first this it is ased largely on prospective lanted acreage reported in The condition of the all spring vhcat crop as of June 1 was set it 85 per Last year the winter wheat mrvest was The spring wheat harvest was Tho aver ge annual allwheat production 194857 was Including lushels of winter wheat and See FLAG DAY SIOT June 10 UPI President Elsenhower oday procliamed Sunday Flag Day and urged all Vmericans to display the flag t Iheir 5Year Loan Plan Slap At Ike June 10 Senate Foreign Re allons Commlltee voted today o authorizeonc billion dollars year for five years for this ountrys development loan und for foreign economic The financing would be done hrough Treasury The action was a slap at Pres dcnt Eisenhower who had re uested only 700 million dollars o extend the assistance over single additional Eisen hower had asked specifically hat the financing not be re moved from direct congressional The committee adopted hy a ole of 114 the proposal of its William Fulbrighf to whom Eisenhower irected his But it knock d million from the yearly mount Fulbright A move hy Homer apehart RImU to limit the mount to 750 million dollars nnually was voled The is holding clos d sessions on iho Presidents equest for billion dollars run the foreign aid program uring the upcoming fiscal Other congressional dcvelop House Banking sub commible voted to authorize loans totaling one billion dol lars lo asslsl local govcrnmenls In conslruclion of water and sewage plants and other pub lic This was another Slap at the which had termed the bill un necessary and antagonistic to the Presidents plea for a bal anced The mcasui u was sponsored by House ways and means committee began TUblic on one phase of the President Eisenhowers request for more leeway In financing Treasury Sec retary Robert Anderson lold the committee that increasing interest on government one of the requests would help stabilize bond market and would nol be The President also asked for higher limit on the nalional but the proposals are to bo considered separately Insurance The Mouse ap proved a measure imposing a 60 per cent increase on the in come taxes of life insurance conferees agreed Tuesday on the compro mise which would bring In about million in taxes on the companies 1958 The measure now goes to the Adjournment There was some disagreement as to how long Congress will remain in session this Senate Repub lican Leader Everet Dirk sen predicted Tuesday that the session would run deep Into Senate Dem ocratic Leader Lyndon John son termed that esti mate although he conceded there is a great deal of work still Wheat The problem of deal Ing with the nations burgeon ing wheat surplus came up for debate on the House Dem ocrats and Republicans have offered differing plans to cope with the The problem was made pressing by that several hundred million bushels may be added to tha surplus from this years big Rackets The Senate Rack ets Committees investigation ol pinball gambling and prostitu tion in Lake See Page 3
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