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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - June 12, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                I THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Saturday with widely scattered thunderstorms no important temperature Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 76 31 80 87 88 89 90 Complete Weather Report on Market imeofthc Daily Sun and SemiWttkly Morning I LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW June er steels govern ments mill CHICAGO late rally Corn Higher moderate general Strong broad active to 50 cents lower top Cattle Slaughter steer suppy too meager for mar ket AP TELEMATS JUNE 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENT3 Thunderstorms Lash Texas Areas Gromyko Ends Geneva Hopes DRAGGED FOR MISSING BOYS Bicycles and clothing left on the shore offer a the spot where three missing Devils Lake N boys are believed to have Boatmen on the lake drag for AP Wire photo Test Cheating Easy RED INSISTS ALLIES GET OUT BERLIN Soviets Appear Writing Off Any Current Results School Board Eyes Property Values Stress Navarro Mills Worth June 12 fUPI A panel of scientific experts said today cheating would be easy under a nuclear test It recommended further underground tests to find out more about The headed by Lloyd said new under ground nuclear shots also are needed to resolve uncertainty In distinguishing an atomic ex plosion from an Government officials said negotiators at Geneva have not specifically proposed a resumption of underground tests in talks on a possible test But they Indicated the Unit ed Stateswould berwtUing to conduct a joint underground test with Britain and Russia it the Soviets A summary of the Berkner made public by the state show would be easier to tell an earthquake from an atomic explosion if 10 times as many seismometers of the latest type were installed at each proposed control vigorous program of re together with installa tion of unmanned seismic sta could achieve a high leve of detection capability in sev eral Russia has emphasized neismological research to an ex tent that it enjoys a position Air Defense Plan Mixes Missiles June 12 Defense Secretary Veil McElroy today unveiled a new air defense master plan Calling for a cut jack in defenses against manned but speeding develop ment of antimissile McElroy outlined the new program for the Seriate armed services committee behind clos Chairman Richard Russell later gave news men an account of his superior in our many respects to See Page 10 Long Firestone Strike Ended June 12 UPI A 58day strike by employes of the Firestone Tre and Rubber ended to The company and the United Rubber Workers Union an nounced signing a new master contract covering workers in eight The union and the company negotiators ironed out fina language on a few remaining issues early today after mara thon talks Announcemen of the agreement was made by Joseph Firestom director of industrial Seven Killed When Two Cars Crash Illinois June 12 fiery headon colli sion that shot flames 50 feet nto the air last night killed seven four of them young Leon a Douglas county deputy said he was driving about 150 feet away on the blacktop 36 three miles east of here when he saw headlights swing Then a ball of fire shot 50 feet into the According to sheriffs the eastbound driven By Rosalee Ann of At swerved back sud denly from a muddy shoulder and collided wilh a car driven by Joseph Bode of The all apparenlly kill ed included both driv passengers in idenlified the ers and all five the Police other victims 52 as Esther the Harmons daughter 15 two friends of the Agnes Pistor and Connie both of Blue and Evelyn See Page 11 Russell said that both anti aircraft missiles involved in the urrent ArmyAir Force feud he Armys NikeHercules and he Air would je cut The Bomarc would somewhat bigger cutbacks it future Russell and John jtennis said McElroy eslimated savings resulting from these cutbacks at over the next five years jefore these weapons are elimi nated from the defense blueprint n But the Armys NikeZeus antimissile missile will be speeded by spending or research and development in fiscal year starting July The NikeZeus was described jy Russell as the hope for the future in defending the na Sec Page 9 Centennial Of Kerens Masons To Be Observed June 12 The 100th anniversary of the founding of Relief Lodge and will be fitlingly observed with scores of former resident Ma sons and Masonic leaders of Texas A tiled meeting of the lodge will be held at with Randall grand Grand Lodge of in A banquet will be served at fi in the high school gym nasium with as master of Herman Moore is the present worshipful master of the local lodge and chairman of the cen tennial celebration executive June 12 Russias Andrei Gromyko today refused to withdraw his Berlin ultimalum and demanded a summit meeting on Moscows Gromykos sledgehammer speech seemed to smash any hope for agreement at the Big Four foreign ministers confer American officials said Gro mykos Insistence on a summit conference regardless of what happens at the ministers talks the Soviets were pre paring to write off the Big Four To Meet Monday Secretary of State Chris tian Herter quickly com vened an exlraordinary session of the Western ministers to dis cuss the situation caused when he Soviet foreign minister Jlandly said he was giving neith er ultimatum nor diktal out the Allies must get out o West He demanded that the Geneva meeting place no obstacles In the path of a sum mit Both sides agreec to a secret meeting on Monday which will take the conferenc into Its sixth But the West showed it had little or ni French Foreign Ministe Maurice Couve De Murville ad TRANSATLANTIC STOWAWAY WILL MAKE TRIP AGAIN milled he felt discouragemen and Russias proposals do not ol See Page 9 Psychopath Is Police Target In Bomb Blast June 12 W In vestlgators today inclined 1 the Iheory a psychopalh plant ed an explosive device whic shallered an elevaled train sta tion Thursday injuring 38 per three They also sought a picture o a man who was accused o laving threatened to bomb Cu oan leader Fidel Castro whe the latler vislled Ihis countr The man reportedl fled New Yorks Bellevu City The picture will be shown t victims and to others who wei in the area when the device ex ploded about 2 Thursday Three Boston po state deleclives and Ih Boslon Fire ar nvesti The which had agen on the scene Indica ed that at present it had n aclive Normally th FBI would not be involved of ficially unless there was a sus picion of a subversive Massacusetls General Hospi tal spokesmen reported im Question Woman On Kidnaping June 12 Ohio whose scribbled note in a restroom triggered a aearch for hailed a cruising police car here late Thursday night and led to the arrest of three The Eugene of told Guy mon police Chief Shep herd the two men and a wom an had slugged her in the stom ach and shoved her into Ihelr car at Dont play with well get your Bailey said they told She has two Arrested at a motel without a struggle were Jesse Kenner and Harold both about who gave no and Lois Farmlng Shepherd said he thought all the names were how FBI agents were questioning Bailey this Shepherd said the woman told him the four had stopped at a Guymon motel at about 11 Thursday night and that had protested ihe needed cup of She said the trio allowed her to go to the motel coffee but that on the way she spied passing police car and hailed LOS June 12 who as just an impulsive kid 30 ears ago when he stowed away n the first French airplane to ross the will make he trip only hes going rst class this now a eaves tonight for Paris to elebrate the anniversary of he historic flight June by three pioneer French viators and one dauntless His trip wont cost him ent this time Air Two Confidence If en Sought In Varied Swindles SAN June 12 A nationwide search s under way today for a smooth talking pair confidence met ndlcted for amllllondolla uranium swindle of resident rom 18 states arid possibly men are John Milton Ad and Dan 32 They jumped in one of the two planes Wednesday and flet before a grand Jury handed lown its true The plane was found Thurs day in Miltori an In vesllgator for the Bexar San Antonio County Sheriffs De said Ihe pair left s ast they were unable to tak luggage phones found In a Antonio hotel and micro plush San provement in the condition See Page 2 of an artist In the ad de partment of the Akron Beacon said his wife left home May 29 on vacallon wllh a Tanya of San took the family car and the couples two The distraughl husband said his wife telephoned the trailer court where they live Tuesday night and left word she needed He sent which had not been picked up by Thurs day Bailey had been reported living in Albuquerque and work ing as a The two and Car are being cared for by Barstoff in an apartmenl IflKE ELECTRIC RATES HOUSTON UP Higher electric rates are in store for an estimated residences The City Council granted a rate hike expected to average 12 cents per month to Houston Lighting and Power Thurs The company had called for an 18cent See Page 11 Castro Revamps Cuban Cabinet June 12 UPI Premier Fidel Castr shook up the Cuban cabinet to including the Importan posts of Interior and agriculture in the face of growing oppos tion lo his conlroverslal schem lo carve up large planlallon and The opposilion came fron some members of the cabine and from large Th government also has ex pressed serious concern abou the Agrarian reform A total of five cabinet post were affected by the shakeu announced by the bearded revo who overlhrew di tator Fulgenlco afte a five hour session of Ihe Coun cil of Minislers In addition to the ministers o interior and change were made In the ministries o social welfare and stale The shakeup climaxed report that some of the mtnislers ha Ihreatened to quit unless th Cuban Agrarian reform law wa ranee will be picking up the ab for the fourday visit and Rene copilot nd navigator of that first ight and now an executive of Ir called Schreiber by elephone Thursday to remin ce about the flight and In lie Schreiber to You were a very nice aid We gave you the rivilege of being the first ransatlanlic even three decades fter his sneaky entrance as a ootnote to broke Inlo sheepish grin during the con You he said after he I was just an impul ive kid I did It more i a lark than Id been on the beach the See Page 11 Defendants Try To Void Rape Confessions June 12 defendant In the trial of four while youths ac cused of raping a negro coed took the witness stand today In L dramatic allempl lo keep his onfession to the act from being ntroduced before a Already the confessions of of the defendants had been read into the trial record by deputy They told of eight separate intimacies with 19yearold negro but she had counted only David told the with the jury out of the lhat police obtained his confession while he was groggy and soused from drinking beer and whisky and that I dont remember half the things I told the He told the court thai he was riot permitled to call his parents when he got to the jail alhough he specifically asked to do He said he was so sleepy thai See Page 2 Houston Nearo Attack Fatal June 12 WP Members of a gang of negroes alleged to have beaten three white youths Wednesday were sought today after one of the boating victims The of Donald Ray was atlrlbuled to a skull Joseph and Troy an Ellington AFB lold police Ihey were beaten OConnell said the fight start ed after the negroes directed indecent language at two girls being escorted across a baseball field by the three white Corsicana citizens will have the opportunity to insure an adequate water supply for the next 50 June when they vote on the proposi tion of a contract with the Trinity River The lake will be at Navarro Mills crossing ori Richland creek 16 miles west of near president of the First National and James district judge cochairmen of the water com mittee interested In the cam issued a joint statemenl Friday setting forth some of the advantages and reasons why Corslcanans can not afford to pass up this The people will vote on the proposed contract with the Trinity River Authority that will provide not only a watei supply for 50 but also will insure adequate industrla expansion for this area not to mention fine recreational faclli the cochairmen remark ed and then added We can recall only a few short years ago when water wa rationed It can happei again unless we take advantag of this project whereby th Federal government will pa 34ths of the big lakes costs ani Corslcanas present wale supply amounts to only acre feet and this limited wa ter supply has caused us t miss several Navarn See Page 10 Value Days Set For August To Bolster Trade The Retail Trade Commitle of the Chamber of Commerc adopted two projects in a calle meellng Friday at the organlza lions headquarlers The fore most of the two calls for a unit ed partlcipallon by all slores wh will join the movement of hav monthly Corsicana Value Days beginning in As a supplementary program to create good will for Corsican as an area shopping th commillee endorsed Ihe circula tion of petitions which will IT quest the city put courtesy tickets on outofcounty car overparked the first time a officer and If on th second round the visllor stl has a red violation flag flying and his car is lhat h be allowed to pay the fine for 2 cents if he reports to polic headquarlers wilhin a Most those In atlendance sign ed the The meeting had been calle to hear a report of the rccon mendntions of a previously a pointed subcommittee compri of James chairmar See Pagelo Shepherd said he had heard of no alert for the woman at the but a short time later I heard about it on We took the woman to a hotel and then went out to the motel and arrested the he They came along with out any The men look like boxers or but the Stripling wom an is fairly he Lawmen from New Mexico to Texas launched a search for the four Thursday after a note reading Ive treen help was found In the womens restroom of a truck slop on 6654 at Tucumcari It was signed Jean elte and bore an addi tional phrase headed for Ama The note was scribbled with a ballpoint pen on the back of a check on the First National Bank of which bore the printed name and dress of Eugene out lhat he said in 1756 Canton lot See Page 2 Miss Barstoff said she last saw Bailey Wednesday night when she look the car and said she was going to the Hilton Hotel for a few Baileys a 1955 con was found in a park ing lot next to the Bailey said his wife was high ly We usually take our vaca together but it just didnt FBI Silent On Probe Ol Kidnaping Long To Fight Insanity Case June Judge God dnrd today signed a writ of habeas corpus for the ailing Earl Long of Louis iana to appear for a hearing Monday in his fight against confinement in a mental clin ic June a prominent Louisiana indicated to day he will fight the attempt by Earl Longs family to have him declared insane by of fering proof Long was kid There were reports the Fed eral Bureau of Investigation was checking the possibility Long had been An FBI spokesman refused to con firm or deny the but admitled Long may have been kidnapped in a chairman of the Louisiana State University Board of Supervisors and an asslstanl allorney general In is a personal friend and legal advisor of He will head a learn of attorneys handling the governors battle to get out of John Sealy Hospitals psy chiatric ward which includes three courlappoinled Texas at Probate Judge John Gibson appointed Ihree lawyers lo help Long If he wanls a full hearing on his wifes petition to have him confined for three months mental The hearing is scheduled for June But Long asked Cangelosi to represent A Louisiana law yer can appear in a Texas court as long as he Is a member of a team which also Includes Texas The board of Corsi ana Independent School Dis took a slop Thursday nlghl ml might lead to the reevalu lion of school district proper es by a team of The mailer received lenglhly Iscussion at the regular meet ng of the board and Presidenl latt Dawson brought to a close alk on the malter by appolnt ng himself and Robert Vheelock as a committee to onfer with County Judge Ken elh Douglas and Mayor Bob Suggest Joint Move This was the outcome of a uggcstion that the school dls city and counly survey Ihe ossibility of the three taxing joining forces lo get roperty Dawson aid his committee would repor ack to the board In regard to he outcome of the conference vith Judge Douglas and Mayor Dana Williams fired the when he mentionec See Page 2 Eovernor Opens Door To Wide Legislation June 12 deadlocked special session of the 56th Legislature begnn Ita dertMi hnUvraUle Senate adjourned and the House until The session June 12 UP Go rice Daniels special legislatlv deadlocked on toxin md was thrown ope other proposed legislation to The who by constili lonal authority controls the sub alter of special session added five specific proposal for He added a sixth blanke proclamation covering a wld range of local and general bil ncluding regulation of sma oans and corporate The governors open door po licy came as joint committees o senators and representative tried lo write acceptable con promises of tho general tax bl and the general appropriation Consistent reports were tha joinl conferees had mac See Pago 11 lyles Named To Labor Job June Lyles of Marl was appoinle by Price Daniel today a stale labor succeeds Morgan who was appoinle last year lo fill the unexpire term of her late Lyles will serve until 3 He attcndel Texas an College and has been a ra way conductor since SOME LOCAL DAMAGE BY HIGH WINDS Property Loss Extensive Over Several Sectors Violent winds that swept orsicana about 3 Friday ft their mark here and there lough no huge amount of dam je was No injuries ere The biggest single a ayllght survey was at le Park Lanes Bowling ow under construction at West tlghway 31 between 37th arid 8th The winds blew own a portion of the east wall f the owners looker and Johnny Harrison Second Incident It was the second time in bout ten days that the struc ure suffered damage from high A smaller portion of the ame wall tumbled Inward his the rs estimated hatlte blocks sed In the construction tumbled They did not estimate he but said that it vas covered by The blow came on the eva if the placing of the roof on he I dont think it ivould have bothered the bulld ng at all If we had had the oof Booker explalri ng that only the shell was up and there was no weight hfj walla when the bl ake about a weeKoi ten o bring the work back to the point at which It was See Page 9 USW PANEL AUTHORIZES SHUT DOWN NEW YORK June 12 12 major steel companion today refused to engage In separate bargain ing talks with the United Steclworkcrs The In dustrys refusal to go along with a request for sep arate bargaining brought the negotiations close to the breakdown NEW June Steel Unions Interna tional Wage Policy Committee today authorized the unions of ficers to take whatever steps they deem necessary to deal with the contract deadlock David president of the said the 171man committee angrily rejected an industry proposal to modify Ha wage freeze If the union ac cepts eight changes In the con McDonald said that Commit tee members hooted and howl ed at the Industrys suggestion that they give up certain pro tections In tho McDonald also told reporters the committees action authoriz es him to shut down the mills Sec STEELTPafio 2 House Passes Wheat Measure Cangelosl did not use the spe cific term He said he would base his chal lenge on Texas jurisdiction on proof Long was forced against his will to fly to Cangelosi conferred at length with Long and doctors at the hospital Then he an nounced that Long would de mand a jury but he first would try to show the Stale of Texas has no Adrian Levy spokes man for the three Texas at said Ihe efforl lo re move Long the soverign head of Louisiana from under jurisdiction of Texas courts would be made before Tuesday if there is a Cangelosi was more He said he would challenge and indicated it would be on See Page 10 June 12 House overrode ad mlnlslralion opposilion loday and passed by an 11vole margin a priceboosling Democralic bill to curb Ihe nalions mounting wheat The roll call vote was 188 to Democratic farm leaders jusl managed lo quell a revolt by city Democrats which had threatened lo scullle Ihe Icgisla Presidenl Eisenhower had challenged tho Democraticcon trolled congress to do something curb mounting wheat Democratic as an Im portant political victory for the Democrats and another sting ing rebuff for Agricullure See relary Ezra Tafl Before final Ihe House 223 lo an administration plan to cul pro duclion of wheat surpluses without boosting price supports Tho Dcmocrals figured lhat they now can force Presidenl who has appealed urgently for action to cut the wheat surplus lo take responsibility for accept ing or killing wheat Passage of the bill was regarded The controversial Housepass ed bill would for the next two years lighten production con trols and cut grower planting allotments 25 per But It also would boost price supports jy 20 per restoring Ihe old proEisenhower level of 90 per cent of The Senate earlier passed a different version of the bill which Ihe administration also It now will be up to a SenateHouse conference com mittee to work out u compro It thus appeared doubtful that the final legislation would es cape a presidenllal even though the president has prod ded Congress seven times this year lo take The filim 11vote margin in the House made it equally apparent that a veto would be sustained If no wheat legislation be comes law this farmer will grow the 1960 crop undei terms of present Adminis tration experts estimate that would add to bushels to the surplus which will lotal nearly 000 bushels at the end of this Administration officials con tended the House bill would not curb surpluses effectively and actually would raise the costs of the wheat program 000 a Both the House and Senate bills would curtail price supports for giant wheat The House measure limiti price supports to Individual farmers to on the I960 wheat The broader Sen ate provision applies a ceiling to supports Individual farmers can ge crops Olher congressional develop menls Aid The Senate Foreign Re lations Committee hoped to complete work on a foreign aid bill after adding a requirement that Presidenl Elsenhower sel a larget date for ending out right air The Com mittee wrote into Eisenhower1 program an ordei lor tho president to present thl timetable with next He would have to sub mit a specific plan for reducing and eliminating grunts to country receiving Strauss Howard W Cannon sa Bee CONGRESS page a   

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