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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - June 16, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                H t If I THE WEATHEB LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Wednesday with scattered show era and thundershowers no important tem perature Thermometer Readings S 9 10 1 U 12 1 I 86 88 I 89 I 90 91 I 92 93 Complete Weather Report Market Homeoflhe Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Morning Liiht MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW June er selected issues resist Mixed governments CHICAGO Higher short good general light Hogs Strong to 40 cents higher top Cattle steers steady to 50 cents higher top 8 LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL JUNE 1959 PAGES AP TELEMATS PRICE FIVE CENTS EARLY HOPES ARE DASHED BY GRONYKO Red Rejection Could End Talks About Thursday June 16 UPD The Wst tonight drew up a new takeitorleaveit Berlin peace package and the United States told Russia to accept it or break up the foreign ministers conference in total kjTJ V i i A J J i 4 j t Secretary of State ChristianLhrev has charged gave officials two weeks to clean They acted after Cornelius its position that the section Herter and the other Westthat government agencies often up this lusty steelmaking Crime Says IJRATE GARY CITIZENS Censors Cant SET CLEANUP DEADLINE June JPI The Federal June 16 UP An other meeting of the Legisla tures deadlocked tax bill writ ers broke up today with no revenue measure in They will continue their final desperate effort to find a form has a chance of pass SUDDEN 16 Com munications Commission refuslage sessions ed today to reverse a ruling that A new meeting the equal time requirement for qualified political candidates Views Differ closing was set Tnd mass mee angered Committee revelations of vice UPI Hubert HumUnd Monday night Justify Acts June 18 June at the mass meeting called also applies to radio and teleSen R jtlng of Gary cillby the Gary Crime Commission vision President pessim ctnnnio RnMcpU senhower had made it plain he ntntinn by benaie nacKeis rt fh rnpr WnmenR IO1 solution and the Gary Womens Citizens did t nke th e rule tangle before the sesssion ends The commission stood at County and an absolute by legitimate candidates inlreachcd he was S00n al his Ber to back tor Floyd Vance that they would State Police Superintendent a Political campaign also covers Not quite Ramsey tho Jets waae This claim Monday by cilingl petition for his resignation unJHarold Zeis called for good law news programs and not merely of the SEES SHARK KILL tells how a big shark snatched and killed fellow skin off the coast of La California Lehre the whitebellied shark hit Pamperin with its jagged teeth he sank or was pulled out of Watchers on the shore also witnessed Pamperin fight for his AP Wirephoto ern ministers drew up the new information for rea manifesto after Soviet that cannot be justified in Minister refused to withdraw lin ultimatum during a tense private meeting with Herter at the American Disarmam Assistant Secretary of wnjch he State Andrew Berding told Th lnvolved instances where newsmen that unless did nofc ggree with a scientists where one bit of testimony was found to be irrelevant and where other up s usy seemag The standingroomonly crowd charged that the enCommission act referri Of irate citizens served an ultitire situation in Lake County equal use of broadcas Commission Of the Federal Communications Beckville said We are a little ing to st facili Has any agreement been Counts Over 100 Missing Or Dead In Incidents By DARBELL GARWOOD Juno 16 jet fighters attacked a Navy patrol plane over the international ters of the sea of Japan Mon day night and seriously wound ed a the defense de o Jpartmcnt announced But Ramsey of 1 The state department brand and It said the United Weinert of Soguin on the outlook lution of the states money less be produced n noticeable enforcement and strong prosecupaid adverting or personal ap Midnight Deadline There was no Imme diate indication whether they ko accepted the new plan it is obivous that the sixweekold ference has no the conference be expected to end in a final semipublic session Friday unless No Summit Talks enT Subcommittee improvement within two and pledged all help poslpearance I By the lawmakers were Chinese Ivorth Ko An estimated 000 persons sible to root out vice and gamb The President recently told his must approve spending and reans or shouted approval of the news conference that he thought revenue bills for or come President Informed The mass meeting resolved to that the ruling was ridiculous back Wednesday for another 30 At the White Press Hagerty KJ Dad netition the Indiana Supreme when applied to regular news day special session to try James Hag Court to investigate the fitness Is there any hope of getting said President Elsenhower of former deputy prosecutor The White House said after the job done Weinert was informed of the attack v the House Subcommittee Should to refuse I government He s back there can be no he did not want an investigation but merely SOUght to show that to summit Gromyko interrupted a one Oil Act NEW June Ernest O Chair an of the Texas Railroad Com the Metro Holovachka to practice todays FCC announcement that the President still felt that the It See Page 5 Hurncan ilatch day recess in the talks with a sudden call on Herter stress the need for information is sometimes with for Improper reasons and the COMervatlon I C Bv The Associated Press tropical storm Beulah in The Weather Bureau advised the extreme west central Gulf of Tuesdav that a hurricane watch Mexico at 1 It was be set up along the lower Texas located near latitude 22 3 and from Corpus Christi to longitude or about 230 sville statute miles south southeast of Gale warnings were ordered Highest winds hoisted at Brownsville at 1 are estimated at 50 with The Weather Bureau named in 60 miles of the the second tropical storm of Scattered squalls with winds for individual company negrotia the year An advisory at around 35 extend easttiona and agreed to resume in raised hopes of a compromise See JPage 2 US W Resumes IndustryWide Contract Talks NEW June 16 UPI United Steelworkers Un ion backed down on its demand by congressional Addressing the mldyenr meet The Senators said that in one h of the interstate Oil Com H L Youth Finally Gives Up After Lengthy Siege I June and was vhen he arose this Thera is like It was I was no further comment situation was ridiculous andlTlme is getting pretty ing additional had asked Attorney General Weinert said Monday that the The attack occurred 85 mile Willam Rogers to see what Senate tax conferees have stuck east of North Korea action should be taken by the with the Senate version of the Although badly tha tax It emphasizes a managed to Press Secretary James ized sales minimizes busireach an Air Force Base in Hagerty said Rogers began See Pago 8 th6 SklU studying the situation afc See Page 5 Ifi Thompson lauded statesurrendered himself and his mlttee has never a and federal cooperation in the I whorth he had held enforcement of the Bocatted for nearly 16 hours why defense department act lat to police He stressed the Connally Act Adkins gave up without a cerning the detection and identijcovorfl movements of oil only anot being shortly before in interstate commerce and offjcera had planned to launch leaves entirely to the states conL teargas attack on the house House Kills M 4k I L Hiked Couege f r See Page 3 Dies Services Sei Wednesday Jf I Sitideni June 16 to mise student fees at Ret colleges were cancelled 1 said ward and northeastward intoldustrywide talks two Aircraft reconnaissance middle Gulf of weeks before its strike dead Jndications are for slow I ment toward the north Quesada Says Pilots Place In Cockpits Driver Oi Bus Is Held After Fatal Accident June 16 The agreement to resume nej The Federal and Furth 5 10 m gotiations on an industrywide Agency says it will continue dis after a fourday recess c plinary against a r Chi Donald of and Total Now 33 The attack brought to 33 number of air incidents Involv and ComtnunisV since the rash of 4 See Page 8 Fly Defends Secret Sessions Of Coitffirfips administering the act has irroni the Mcuammon resolution that would UUlltCA CCa annual appropriation of Adkins took the woman from Wednesday at 2 with burial the Scnale take up the student June 16 UP which gives employment to 25 her home near about In the Dresden The feea biu final consideration William Fly of Victoria says h persons in offices located at p EDT brought rites will ba conducted hy jn the hours of the first believes ifc Is sound procedur and t0 the house end said Eugene pastor of theLpccial The Senate hold secret sessions of legls he would hold her hostage at W e slm i ns t e r Presbyterian approved the Fines for violation of contra1RUnpoint until he had a chance cjay Dut band oil provisions have amountte even an SCore with Char A native of Plans state today I by the rules and Adkins in a note boasted at Bergstrom Air Force The House in a Thompson said the Federal he had attacked his He resided at bill that It had already passed Tender now known as ryra but 3603 Bridal sent to the Federal Petroleum appeared otherwise unharml Funeral services will be held it trol of oil and gas conservation he had barricaded himformerly died Monby the A 66G6 House vote defeated a a concession to the steel line pilots who leave their cockcd to in 22 years fromhcaton police Logon Joy spent most of his life in The bui rinatPd nnd it mav reach hurrlwas a concession to tne steei cane force toniTht which has refused the Us for unnecessary feet are expected proposal for company The In to liaea to o are t HVm nUnta tn sfav in ihpir rnr passengers aboard collided head The Weather Bureau warned wagepo icy com on with an automobile pulling a small craft from Brownsville to international union of boat on a trailer Monday night Panama to remain in smelter workers uled a meeting lor next Tides 3 to 6 feet are along the lower Texas coast and bycompany beaches will be awash along the possibility of June 16 middle and lower Texas a strike in the copper lead and A Greyhound bus with 35 coast Tuesday industry was raised The passengers aboard collided head The Weather Bureau icy committee of r to l iinlnn nf rnine ached Two persons were killed and See Page 2 U1GQ a meBUnK lur four were Wanda and her Tommy of were injured and hos Local Deposits told the pilots to stay in their cock The warning was contained in bristling1 letter from FAA Chief Elwood Quesada to President Clarence Sayen of the Airline Pilots Association Sayen had accussed FAA in day in Denver to review con vlolatlon tract negotiation contracts r expired June 30 as do the steel industry Steelworkers Union President orts against airliner captain were absent from flight decks for as little as seven min Her Ralph Zin underwent surgery Monday night at Spring Branch 1936 to he Approximately 200 state lead including several are attending the sessions which were devoted Monday largely to discussion of technical Governors taking part include Hugo Aronson of Sec Page 5 First Channel Flight Marked Cox once had arrested As Adkins emerged into See Pagel Senate Chops Housing Funds Two flew m lHAA 1 He called such molUorlng Tnn JRMcDonald Bald childish gestapo t Up ipAlUTillllUU unions 435man wage policy Quesada retorted that the Deposits of the local banks at committee would be standing FAA not he threatened into Memorial His close of June bv today in the event separate retreat from the responsibility and also as called for by the were arranged with bears for doing all in its were troller of the totaled 12 major steel The Zinneckera were riding In according to state xt had appeared that the uni The FAA director cited two the He operates the Zinn ments from the banks Tuesday ions insistence on separate instances where captains Craft Boat Works In talks would result in a deadhavc been fined for being abJabara of and The other person hospitalized Deposits at the close of Then last nlght McDonald sent from cockpits for unncces a bus Miss Nancy March 12 this year were announced in Washington that aa He said they en 1 proud Uangered airliners carrying ttie same timc laKcn bill Monnative conference final vote was Fly is chairman of the Sonat Finance would allow the 191 Asked what his views were o the Army and made Supp0rted colleges to the closed door policy of co the home in Corsicana many years charge up to a semester In prence committees setting polic before moving to student service fees for intraon spending public Surviving are his mural students replied Louise Austin a health and hospital The decisions reached In co Hal San Angcrvjccs ami other student actifercnco committees are dellcat tonio a Julian Tnc fGO i3 additional to After they are they a Ihe a semester tuition made On tl public always has had repeatei opportunities to appear at budgi ample opportunity express Fly was questioned by Caplt 11 J newsmen on a televised pri Dude and several Molloy was a Presby June 16 He was n of both UPI The Senate today bowWorld Wars I and II and of ed to an administration balancing demand and chopped He joined thn Texas National 200 million dollars from nlGuard before World War I and Milburn Houseapproved GI housing was mobilized and served as n June 16 The approved in a matter sergeant in World War I June 1C UP Force jot aces is to London and n hour today to s 50th anniversa cross channel The trip by home nr It was returned to the ed in the regular army followfill the uncxpired term of her Chris of Doslwhich approved a 300 mim0n World War II and most of lasted just 37 minLllar measure Ithe time was assigned to Other appointments Thc voice vote would I joining the Trxns confirmed today mow iOO mUUondollars tional he wag mobilised Prico Daniels appointment of celefor direct fodora lending to with the local units in Lylcs of Mart as state ry of veterans in rural and small ing plans and training officer labor commissioner urban areas who cannot get for the 332nd Field Artillery Lylcs succeeds Mrs Molloy who was appointed to Press ov Mo said no to one Inter uho jiskfvl liJni If thought public was entitled io hoar the roaMonlng and dls hack of the tlellc reiwliwl iu sucli door fren conferen mifctees on controversial billl aw of a total of umon waa She suffered a possible concus8340g more than See Page 5 I the June continue industry wide talks comblned total of 154 bill also would allow the Texas Military District in Ausby tho Includod Judge Reporters attempting t erlot to administration to permit He was n lieutenant colonclfthe 161st District See Page 2 L il tl O IJ y 1jU U ivn 11 it 1 from Calais to ers to charge 5 14 per cent inhnn he recently Bleriots 75yearold widow to rest on GI housing Thc was on hand today to see the present maximum rate of 4 34 two Americans settheir record per cent has discouraged private in an F104 See Page 2 was Long and two order ne the governor June 16 UP Long told newsmen after be wanted to Earl Long of the hearing the point he had At the suggestion of his threelies who says he wants to return to mentioned should have been courtappointed Long his home state and enter a New clear to even those with answered I believe it would Orleans was back in a no legal be better if I didnt 1 After another Texas mental clinic today for at There were obvious political sometimes get a little the governor ad least another week while a judge implications in the senators nq from his chair in the coi as reference to ded thejfrom ms cnair in me court pondered whether to free appearance in He hasL governor room Loan District Judge Godard hinted he might seek the govbroke the testim0ny at At one the governor said Monday night after the beas corpus hearing he felt more leaving the court time should be spent studying yelled Still In Still the case before he ruled on in Texas dont distinctly He ordered Long back to thel he said I mental clinic while he delayed long in an his decision one He said if bed been helana His interruptions werelasked his nephew How much usually drawing will you charge to run His actions and words were Long didnt reversed from his the governor said performances before the been a friend to you all Legislature three weekslyour done more for qp0 the senator said led his wife Blanche you than anyone except per postponement of todays sanity I Hospital in New you ouHf hearing after a conference If he had gotten back here instead of trying to Probate Judge Hugh he he probably e meniany The sanity hearing also was would have vetoed some The governors Ar moved back one In Longs acting thur and other family M1bG Raymond Russell Long thftLether Frazar Monday signed members agreed with J governors nephew and son of or vetoed the last of the bills Longs the late and Huey passed by the Louisiana Leglsl Governor Interrupts which adjourned a weekr During the an at It seems to be a very crucial torney asked one witness Did point has been said In his petition for the writ of you know if Long was a who attended thejhabeas corpus hearing Long said psychiatrist And a horse the Louisiana adjutant told the court Long was drugged and whisked away by I saw orderlies place Long on a rollaway bed by He was resisting all the tlme Long looked up at me and House Panel OKs Debt Hik 16 June The House Ways and Means Committee today approv ed President Eisenhowers pro posal to increase the limit on the national debt but withheld action on his proposals for rais ing the interest rates on gov ernment The influential House group voted to authorize a temporary debt ceiling of 295 billion dollars for the coming year as Eisen hower But it went only part way on his recommen dation that the permanent cell ing be boosted to 288 billion The committee bill would set the permanent ceiling at 2S5 At the permanent celling Js 283 billion dollars the temporary ceiling duo to expire July 1 is 288 billion This is not enough to permit financ ingof the federal deficit In the corning The Presidents debt limit pro posal was sent to Congress last week as part of a package plan to hcJp government He also had asked Congress to hearing but was barred was a governor In exile by rt witness asked Ray dont LONG ARRIVES FOR Govleliminate the 4 12 per cent In hurt Earl is assisated by Walter terest rate restriction on gov Police and Fire as he arrived at ernment bonds of more than the court to bar those representla stretcher and carried aboardlwere present at the take me Hu Ing Long from a National Guard plane for the when Long administered the terrupted Long did not appear in flight to Galveston May hypodermics answered To1 court i Judge Godard asked Long if the best of my it on savings bonds said that Defense Secretary Ne In both instances the McElroy told them at tin iatration would then be able meGUng that a 10 cent cut In such aid made b the House Foreign Affairs Con mtttee was definitely damagin pay higher Interest and make government bonds moreattrac tive to the Ways and Committee refused to act at this fo our sccur ty The House lime on the bond interest aeconcl loy dcbato ing Otlier congressional develop ments Leaders of both parties in the Senate indicated a bill authorizing a 000 foreign al1 Th was less thnn Eise hower asked and there was move on to cut another from tho military aid pr they want an early showdown vote on the controversial The Sonate Ioreign firrnatlon of Lewis Strauss as Secretary of Sen ate GOP Leader Everett Dlrksen of Illinois said after the weekly legislative conference with Eisenhower that the ad ministration favors a vote as Democratic fjcader Lyndon Johnson o tlons Committee completccl tion Monday on a bill whl differs from the House versi but is also unsatisfactory to t A group of senators proposed that impo taxes be levied on Imported and zinc when the domes Texas said ho thinks there is reasonable chance for vote IhlB However Wayne cents a pound tux on lead U tl was reported to any immediate of President Eisenhower is deeply concerned over cuLs being made in military foreign Republican c cents a Airports was retreat from legislation t would increase federal aid See Page 2 for a habeas corpus Long has been confined to five years maturity and to lenders reported after tneir a hospital psychiatric AP labolish the per cent ceUingiWhtu House They ngre than reeo See Page 5   

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