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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - June 11, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL cloudy end warm through Friday with widely scatter ed late afternoon and evening thunder Thermometer 9 10 11 I 12 1 3 82 86 I 90 92 94 1 95 96 Complete Weather Report on Market Homeofthe Daily SunandSeroiWteklx Mornintf lijlht MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW June er advance Bonds Decline governments give ground general CHICAGO late moderate scatter ed profit Hogs 25 to 75 cents lower top Cattl Slaughter steers steady top 4 LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS JUNE 1959 SECTIONS 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 ft ft ft ft ft ft ft VOTE FIXED MQHDHY ON PROPOSAL Eventual Savings Expected From Many Changes June 11 House Veterans Af fairs Committee unanimously approved today a bill to reform the pension system for veterans disabilities stemming from civilian life and for veterans t Costly Afc Start The which would set up a new sliding scale of pension Saturday Vote Set On Emhouse School Plentiful Reds In California Delay Hearing Eligible voters of the Em house and Blooming Grove school districts go to the polls June Soviet Premier Nikita Krushchev stood firm today be hind the new Russian ultimat um on Berlin which threatened to break up the Big Four For eign Ministers Conference in At Secretary of State Christian Herter warned the Russians today that their new oneyear ultimatum on Berlin had seriously damaged hopes for an EastWest cold war set tlement at the Saturday to determine if the West agreed to keep the Big two school districts are to be Four Conference a CONFERENCE WITH HOUSE COMES NEXT Sponsor Herring Admits Measure Is Compromise daytoday Navarre county 4H demon stration teams once again walk ed off with honors at the an nual 4H Roundup at College Station copping one first place and two The beef cattle management would cost an COURTTwo of the four white youths charged expected to pro1 with raping a negro college girl at ride in 308 million dollars in the But it is first to circuit court where their trial is being nn WELY tO Circuit Court high school at the loft and Herter was reported to have team made up of Ronny Willis which has already told Soviet Foreign Minister and Cowan Murphy won first that it will not have Andrei Gromyko that he was place which means that they Jime w school next earlier ready to fly back home at a are state champions and the vvai1 few hours notice if the Rusbeef cattle production team individual placed meeting whereby a modern air Francis a said today that scheduled hearlturned down a proposal Chamb Approves New Office Building Directors accepted a proposal nt the June board nrm con ings in California by House olidate with the Corsicana sald that the e West June Ben Ramsey broke a 1515 tie today in the Senate to pro vide a onevote margin which passed he record size tax bill for The vote sent the 131 million dollar bill to the House for con Rejection would set up a Joint conference Recess Briefly House recessed until without acting on the The Senate recessed until The Senate voted to adjourn conditioned building will be confor a few minutes to begin a 12 billion dollars by the year It will be brought up for a vote in the House Monday un der a procedure barring any limiting debate and requiring approval by a twothirds Effective 1960 The which would take effect July would pro vi4e increased payments for 70 per cent of the veterans and widows now receiv ing No one on the pension rolls before the effec tive date would get a cut in right is Ollie AP Wirephoto The Pennsylvania The committee estimated that By FOX June 11 A softspoken negro the bill would help coed from Florida sons at the by providing told an allwhite male higher payments to today vvhltt 4 I t rent and making 72youyls a he 039 additional veterans and and forced her to sub 6S4 widows of World War IILlit to them seven and Korean War veterans jammed courtro0m in the ble for Under the present See Page oston Transit System Blast Injures Score Florida whites on the main floor and negroes in a gal listened ilence as the girl singled f four of abf her the nigh L spring The never once cried 01 Television Quiz ort Sealed After Challenge NEW June AGeneral Sessions Court has diclered sealed the presentment of a grand jury after nearly a accused months of inquiry into tele ig and rnpintfvision f the colleges lost he Judge Mitchell Schweitzer Wednesday sealed and im wno the report handed up by the jury poned because Communist in tivities there are so extensive polls will open at 8 Sat and malignant that further urday and remain open until 7 preliminary inquiry is voting places will be the schools in each Democratl Bruce McCormick will be the said hearings by the House Unelection judge in Blooming American activities Grove and Jim Bob Collins at of which he is are being put off until sometime county Judge Kenneth Doug in the las has reminded voters that The aimed primarithey must be a resident in a ly at alleged Communists in school district to vote in In the teaching had the CorsicanaEmhouse been scheduled to start in San some voters were confused on Francisco next Wednesday and this it was re in Los Angeles on June The ramifications of the Voters of the Emhouse dis Communiut operation in CallI trict rejected the proposal to fornia are so extensive and consolidnte with the Corsicana Walter that additional investigative work must be done before the actual hearings can be His terse statement did not He had said earlier that the inquiry was not an investigation of schools or education but of Commul CAPE nist party activities 11 As many as investigators the measure wasjwould not break off tne Thp Navarro COUnty represtructed by Willis in second legislative day in order ference now because It still has sentatives were among 4H the 200 block of West Fourth to pass the bill Otherwise hopes of salvaging jclub members from throughout avenue as the new quarters for a fourfifths vote would have who attended the the Chamber of been The board accepted the rec After the bill had been tenta Hodge and Jeaniejommendatlon for leasing the lively approved and the Senatt The West reached its decision just before Moscow broadcast a speech by Khrushchev refus the state Richard ing to back down from Russias Summerall made up the beef new building from the executive adjourned for five production team and Jane Watcommittee as submitted by SecCharles was In aapeech to work1kins carried the banners in the ond Vice Jack recognized by dairy foods and Manager Dick Shut Off Debate Navarro county was also honKnight who handled the negoti Then Doracy Hardeman ored when Selwyn Hollingsworth ations with of San Angelo got the Senate to was chosen as the guest speak To FaceFourth cut off further discussion for er at a luncheon honoring 4H The modern building will the second time today by mov donors and Hollingsfront on Fourth but willing the previous 17 worth discussed 4H club work have a rear entrance toward the See Page Pastor And Wife Secure Divorce Mexican Court SAN June 11 whose nation as pastor of the fast growing Trinity Baptist Church here was acepted Wednesday and McBirnie were divorced June 1 In Nuevo La it was learned McBirnie had tendered his A powerful Thorresignation Sunday after con and what It has meant to Navarro Hotel and parking Willis and Murphy are memfacilities will he installed behind None of us agree with every thing that cornea out In this See Page Missile Tests New Nose Cone 100 to him composure under acid crossex Louis M Hacker denied the defense claim that she consented to kn my There Schweitzers only explanation was that his right to it had been He declin to say who the challenging party former dean of the school of general studies at Col umbia told Schweit der in a prepared statement We have written a report on See Page 7 Sanity Hearing For Earl Long Still In Doubt June II Able missile hurled highlyfGMing he had become im nose cone miles properly involved11 with a worn over the Atlantic dropan member of the ping it in the Atlantic near The divorce was by mutual cension Recovery ships consent which ia sufficient and planes grounds for divorce in began an immediate search for Both McBirnie and Mc the tiny Birnle appeared In court to ask The fiery ThorAble rocket the shot from the Cape at Judge Edunrdo Vlllas More than two hours granted the It was er the Air Force announced that preliminary instrumenta1 The divorce petition said the tion data indicates the reentry couple had agreed on a property bers of the Corbet club and will be 32 feet wide by Its the best compromise feet squarn In that a majority of the Senator affording across the front ajcould agree Herring aaid bookkeeping room and reception See 4H Page AttendanceGood Public Safety Seminar Here Spending Bill Future Dim At Current Session June 11 lative appropriations leaders agreed today the major spend ing bills future this session is We cant agree on what ap propriations to make until a tax bill is said Wil liam Fly of He is Senate chairman of the joint conference committee Most of the persons attending federal civil rightslworklng out tho two billion dol are State highwny commission announced today lar plus general spending bill The second day or conferences test venicic achieved most of settlement and that since the hut also on hand are will hold public hearings in for The Senate has not room a managers an office which mny he occupied by Iho Community a combi nation a di rectors and two rest Young Informed the board Willis hnd volunteered to Innst 40 persons connecterect the building for the Cham od with law enforcement at tended the morning session of a meeting on chemical nnd polygraph facilities sponsored by Region 6 of the Texas De pnrtmont of Public Safety The meeting la be inp held In the civic room of First National Bank nnd ia scheduled to end Thursday after See TAX Page noon From Wide Area See Page Louisiana Vote Probe Slated Early In July June 11 but no one do Shortly after the accident the Massachusetts General Hospital reported that 20 persons had been brought in an others were Btill The blast ripped apart sec jr l l i I j j i j JsrilLi a matter that has attracted under way today to deteithe legt It impacted couples Stuart a chiefs of city mine whether Louisiana s the noge cone in the South Atformer high school football deputy sheriffs and elected of Earl Long will undergo a janUc ocean near Ascension IsWas there was no problem of ficials from Navarro sanity hearing next See Page Plan Boycott versal At the same time it Is affected with a large public This is true for two reasons charges of manipulation of quoz have been in the of which large sums as prides were re ceived by those who participated The conferences resumed after Louisiana doctors and an assistant Louisiana The nose cone covered child tho McBirnies maiden and county and surrounding cities next month to passed the major tax investigate charges that ne If we dont have some Idea groes were barred from it will be very diffi distance to the impact area m Jnne was fc not legal are involved we have been mind ful of that fact that we are June 11 tions of the elevated structureiNegro leaders indicate they willjin these frauaSt mor and blew out windows in the boycott petitions calling for questions affecting if railroad station about 60 feet special election to determine whether Houston schools should Rescue apparatus was used to be Frances Wil pull people from the torn president of the the wnoe and not ed chapter of the National Ulfi penpie Of the county The hospital reported that for the Advancement of Colored most of those brought in said the NAACP will peared to have been burned in ask voters not to sign the peti the The school board agreed The North Station is the main Monday night to call an terminal for the Boston State law requires that petitions Maine It in one of seeking such an election be sign the most heavily congested trafed by 20 per cent of the school fie and business districts qualified attorn wi governor The talks center around he wflter after lta biazing question of whether Long Jnto thc Conducting the program in McBirnies whereabouts a r e the morning session were Major A parachute popped out One report placed commander of matically to ease the package him in See Page Air Academy in John Scaly hospital here for further mental diagnosis and treatment or whether he will demand a sanity Three court appointed at torneys talked at great length Wednesday with the corps of doctors treating Then they went into a twohour ses sion with the governors Tyler Nan Dies Nixon Evasive Heart Attack On Halls Role Region headquarters in Waco Thad polygraph operator for Region 6 Joel bureau of records and Austin Elclon chemist and m northwest cult to said the House It voted 50 to open the William Heat ings July 13 after Louisiana ofhey of ficials refused to allow com Both said the appropriations mission investigators to exambill may bo finished early In the inc voting The comnext if not completed mission said it had 8 sworn before June Thats tho dead complaints from negroes in line for the present 30day sea nine parishes counties In northwest I Heres a quick look on spend All the negroes charged they Ing and taxation In both houses manager of TOPS labhad been denied the right to The House register or vote because of col Spending 222 12 million dol Alm Explained or liars needed In new revenue for Elliott said it was the The hearing will he the sec190061 operations and to ellml Graduat es Wife NEW June 11 Vice President Nixon delwas admitted to Memorial hos clined today to deny that former pita at He expired Long flew here National Chairman at day accompanied by Roy Hall will be his cam The body was transferred to a nephew of the govpajgn manager for the 1960 prosa Tyler funeral home by Corley and William Cook of jdential Funeral Home at an early hour Baton John I woujd simply say there Is Thursday also of Baton no decision made with regard Surviving are his joined the group lne 1060 the Vice Michael Pitts a Sources said the three doctorsmresident told Ralph and a talked for some time with the nard of is a good Kenneth truck became ill of Bt of the DPS to into alleged discriminationlnato the Wednesday afternoon thfi wRh aw on in votnp of mce The Revonue measures forcement officers in invcstiga commission held hearings in Approved 13 13 million dollars last Decemon a oneyear increase in corp hcr after state officials refused oration franchise taxes 28 mil See Traffic Victim June Air Force Academy married one week with best wishes from King fd friend of Hussein of today plancusd with Long the question campaiffn organization of his agreeing to further been set up a broth all of Flying alias Family Die In Crash See Page 9 See Page June 11 CZPV Hoffa says his Teamsters union will respect a court ruling Wednesday that the Teamsters must obey reform But he said he will ap peal the We may not like it the de cision in its entirety but we will respect it just the Hoffa said at a Teamster Be its only a mat ter of time until we file an A federal appeals court ruled Wednesday in Washington that Alhe muchinvestigated union must comply with recommenda tions of the appointed by a federal judge after Hoffa elected president of the un ion in The Teamsters president spoke scathingly of the Senate Invest igating committee John Kennedy Ken nod his brides His bride was kill ed Wednesday in a honeymoon automobile accident near Du Ules Lee Earnwell of and his labor leaders Walter Reuther brlde the former Miss Barbara no decisions Funeral arrangements were See Page have been and James not known here early Thurs day rth Kill Ann Edwards of were FORT June Police officials 11 today Dont believe any of the driving toward New Mexico phony charges of corruption when Barnwell lost control of and Hoffa told a cheerthe Barnwell every available man into The young lieutenant thc search for a madman killer was but not seriouswno hammered an elderly auto ing crowd of Judge us by what you are earning now compared with what you were earning before the Nothing is going to destroy this he Hoffa said that pres ident of the United Auto Work and head of thc In ternational Union of Electrical had criticized him to divert attention from their own Were growing by while their unions are dwindling Hoffa faces an unhappy choice Either his contin ued rule of the big Teamsters union is in Under the new court Hoffa must either lead ajBut they hadnt seen each mobile dealer and his wife to They had been and tracked their blood ing after their marriage at throllgh their Christ the King Roman Cathoveteran sickened he Church in Denver on June k the vicious said Barnwell apparently was it was one of the most brutal headed for his first duty crirnes they have seen in Fort flight training at Graham Air Wortn a city noted for its He was land brutality and vio graduated with 206 other cadets hence on June and was commission ed horribly beaten bodies of the same day with the first yernon and his group to complete training at wife were found by the new Air Force Acadethcir son Virgil my near Colorado Stanley told police his father Ules and Barbara Ann met and mother were heart pa while he was a cadet and she ticnts and he had telephoned a student at Colorado home He said his and hrnthpr Rnhnrtf counsel thorough cleanup of his union er since Marchuntil two they did not he for the committee and fellow See Page gee Page went He found his father lying across a blood drenched bed with his head caved In from repeated blows from a heavy The elder Stanley was clad only in a pair of The killer folded a mattress over the Stanleys body was ly ing on the floor covered by two Reporters outside the house could hear Stanleys sobs as he showed police through the bloodspattered This is the worst crime I have ever seen since I first put on my badge more than 25 years Detective Howerton of homicide Its the work of a Justice of the Peace Whit Boyd said It was one of the worst beatings I have ever The mans head had been June The crash of a plane flown by an internationallyknown Cath olic priest killed him nnd three members of a Dallas family Tho victims Father Ralph 45 Ray Lock 45 his 42 and their Police said robbery ly was the although the Father Diefenbach was a chap killer passed up valuable jewlain with the late George Stanley said his parents Paltons Third Army In World never kept large amounts ofjWar In the priest was cash In the NEW June 11 United Steel workers Un ion told 12 major steel compa nies today that if they failed to up next Tuesday for individual bargaining talks the union would take legal President David McDonald assigned to return a religious said the union mould have its killer appaVently tho hand of full bargaining units for each the house and left through a to Joseph Cardinal Mindszcnty company in New York nt 2 kitchen the same one in EOT on He Stanley entered when he founrl Hungarians believed that no tho companies arc legally obli the doors to his parents house harm could come to thcir coungated to attend those try os long the hand of Conrad chief Indus If Of I L I V if J 1 I LL m I Police said the killer tracked thcir first king was in try refused to say blood out of the through the pulling out moved from the royal palace drawers and dumping the conduring the war was found by bedroom andlthnir The the companies would At ono point Cooper said the companies had no intention of near calling their full management Father was foundbargaining teams to New York g pastor of Theresas CathEut at another point he said the on the bathroom floor church iSSUo was still being studied by IriPnHfiratlon cards strewn The Piost s fourseater plane tnc companies and that an an Identification cards strewn crashcd uking would be given to the un from a small The Kockwoods were flying V4 4 U i I tents on the The In a warehouse house was The elder Stanleys billfold had been It was found Police said the killer used a heavy a baseball bat or tirs See Page ion within 21 The negotiators recessed their joint without getting any firm date for The two Bides have reported no progress since fourman teams of negotiators began talks on May Contracts covering basic steel workers ex pire at midnight June and the union has traditionally gone on strike in absence of a con offered Wednesday to modify is wagefreeze stand in negotiations with United Steel workers if the union would ac cept company proposals for eliminating wase and ineffi ciency in the Mcbonlad immediately reject ed thc The industry disclosure that it would be willing to thaw its wagefreeze demands In return for concessions from tho union was made by Cooper aaid acceptance by the union of the industrys proposed con tract revisions woirid enable us to generate new eco See Page I i   

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