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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - June 17, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHEB LOCAL cloudy through Thursday with isolated ernoon and evening Thermometer Readings 8 9 1 10 11 12 1 2 84 38 91 1 92 1 93 1 94 95 Complete Weather Report on Market and aft Ho me of the Daily Sunand SemiWeekly U MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW June er steels pace gov ernments com mission house CHICAGO Wheat Lower profit mixed late lower light liquida Hogs 25 to 50 cents higher top stoers 25 to 50 cents high er top LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS 9 JUNE 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS f r ONLY TAIL GUNS REMAIN IN CHANGEUP Initial Reports Send Congressmen After Pentagon June IT UPI The Navy said today that the forward guns of a patrol plane which was attacked by Communist aircraft had been deliberately removed to make for reconnaissance equip This statement followed as sertions by crew members in Japan that the guns could not be used during the attack be cause they lacked some They said these parts are dif ficult to Brings Beactlon The crews assertion about lack of parts brought an im mediately whirlwind of reac tion in Members of Congress demanded that re sponsible Navy officers be pun the Defense Depart ment said This particular plane was as signed to reconnaissance mis eions rather than antisubmarine duty during its deployment in the Western Because of this the forward useful only against surface was deliberately rendered inoperable by utilizing the space to house reconnaissance type For a similar reason and to com pensate for the weight of addi tional equipment the top turret had been Only Tall Guns This left only the tall guns and they were knocked out by the attacking The tail See Page Russians Agree To Let Nixon Tour Siberia June 17 UPI Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko today agreed to consider the Wests rockbottom P Hn peace plan that would ban nuclear weapons in West Berlin and allow East German1 Communists a voice in controll ing traffic to the Gromykos promise of a further reply Thursday to the 600word plan hastily drawn up Tuesday night was enough to save the sixweekold Big Four Foreign Ministers conference from breaking up in total dead Secretary of State Christ ian Herter and his British and French colleagues designed Northern Panel Revives Tough Civil Rights Bill John1 power and insurance Navarro county was pronounced dead on arrival at Baylor Hos pital in Dallas Tuesday shortly after S after being stricken with a heart Services Thursday Funeral services will be held from the Highland Park Presby terian church in Dallas Thurs June 17 An allNorthern at 130 prn with graveside Judiciary Subcommittee today rtes and burial ln Hamilton approved a bipartisan civil cemetery here at 4 the brief package as a means of rights bill reviving a contro nswer from proposal to authorize getting a flat stalling Soviets on whether therelfedernl court action to was any point to further negotiaminority the Senate The 2 13 page document tutlonal Rights granted some but acting at almost the same maintained Western rights In voted 53 to knock this author The rites In Dallas will bo Elliott thur The here Presbyterian Survivori include his a TYPE OF FLAKE UNDER is a Navy P4M patrol plane of the type reported attacked by Russianbuilt MIG jet fighters over international waters of the Sea of The incident occurred 85 miles east of the North Korean port of The Defense Depart1 the freedom of West uy out of all civil rights bills Williams ment announcement quoted radio irports as Berliners and continued nonpending before Carpenter a saying the attacking planes had Red Star idenrecognition of Communist East The socalled Title Three slster A Wofford a tification symbols on their AP which would JomVw photo I Gromyko discussed the docuize tne attorney general to seek JJ1 five Miss ment at a 40minute secret sesinjunctions to protect the rights sion in the villa of British Forof negroes and other H WM11 eign Secretary Selwyn It was tripped from the 1957 civil Suzanne Miss Laura was the shortest meeting of the rights bill passed by and Migs Elizabeth four The Senate by and He left Herter lhe 5arae voU alao kllled a other and French Foreign Minister bm by Kenneth Keatingl Native of County Maurice De Murville designed specifically Carpenter Miss June 17 dissension torn Leg islature met in a second spec ial session today for a new ef fort state June Soviet government has agreed to allow Vice President Richard Nixon to tour some Siberian cities during his good will visit next Such a trip would make en the highest ranking official ever to visit this highly restricted region in Vice President Henry Wallace toured Siberia briefly during World War The State Department and the Soviet Embassy are now work Ing out final arrangements for Nixons Siberian travels as well an half a dozen other stops he wants to make In the Soviet Un Nixons mainly to open the American national exhibit in Moscow July is being set up as a virtual titfortat ex change for a visit Deputy Soviet Premier Frol A protege of Soviet Premier Niklta Kozlov is tentatively due to arrive in New York June ostensibly to open the Soviet trade and cultural See Page 11 Warfare between Price Daniel and House Speaker Wag goner Carr is out in the Carr bitterly blamed Daniel for the special sessions failure to finish the job left hanging by the long The governor thus far has made no He is expected The Legislature has been powerless in 150 days of meet ing to balance the Its inaction is a serious threat to state operations which must have new money by the start of the new fiscal year A headon collision between the holding out against new natural gas and the which favored levies on the transmission brought the first special session to a jarring close at Daniel called the session to begin at 31 an atmosphere of biting conten Carr said the governor deserted his own tax program and his own supporters In a disgusting and reprehensive Daniel was scheduled to address a joint session at 2 He was expected to ask for the same program of spending and deficit retiring that he has urged since Janu Opening formalities were The Senate named Andy as its presi dent pro He succeeds Jarrard Tax and appropriations bill began to flow through the mill See Page 9 Carpenter was born near mained behind to confer give tne attorney general 31 1881 and power seek injunctions to en e Their hopes for salvaging civil rights ending the which See Page 10 new in By The Associated Press Winds of tropical storm Beu lah reached 70 almost hurricane as she slowly drifted toward the Texas Mexican coast A weather plane that flew through the Gluf of Mexico Indict Truckers And Dave Beck NEW June 17 Former Teamster Union Presi dent Dave Beck and two prom inent trucking company execu tives were indicted by a feder al grand jury today for what was termed a mysterious 000 payment to Beck in Those named with Beck were Roy Fruehauf of president of the Fruehauf Trailer of Detroit and Surge Seymour of Litchfield president of the Associated of New Beck and the others were charged with violations of Taft Hartley Act provisions forbid ding a union officer from ac cepting payments from manage ment and vice Beck still was Teamsters Un ion president at the time of the alleged And his union represented employes of the two storm area reported at 10 the 70 winds near the storms At that time Beulah was about 200 miles Germans Keep World Guessing south of Brownsville and mov ing west northwestward at 4 to 8 June 17 UPI Soviet Premier Nlkita Khru shchev and a visiting delegation Winds up to 50 East German leaders kept ed about 60 miles out from world todfly Scattered squalls and Khelr views on Berlin and winds of about 35 they toured a ed east and northeast in the industrial exhibition middle Gulf of Khrushchev and the visiing The Weather Bureau Germans have consulted backed such a proposal in did not request the authority this year on grounds that fed eral Intervention in school suits would only harden white southern resistance to Integra The revival of tha provision In See CIVIL Page 9 Atlanta Given rural schools In Navarro took brief courses with 1 Ntrthf nxafs nt Draughons CARPENTER CC Industrial 4 Foundation To Chanp Setup Stockholders at the annual ATTEMPTS TO MOVE SOLONS DEFENDED Shows Concern Over Attack On Navy Airplane June 17 UPI President Eisenhower today rejected suggestions that ha call steel labor and industry spokesmen to the White House in an effort to reach a wage At the same he dis played interest In a suggestion that the government lay out its own statement of the facts In the steel dispute for the benefit of the Will Stay Aloof At a news the president reemphasized hla un willingness for the White House to get directly Involved in the deadlocked He said he would urge again that each side recognize the great dangers whtcti would come from an inflationary set But he added that to intervene directly and to bring political or other pressure on the bargaining would be more hurtful than Eisenhower said such Inter vention would not achieve am much as Insistence that the negotiators remember the pub lic Defends lobbying A questioner referred to mop President called steel negotiators to nable To Integrate See Page 10 meeting of the Corsicana In dustrial Foundation Wednes day voted to change the date of the annual session to a date between 15 and the date had been fixed by the bylaws na the third Wednesday in ollowitifT tho clidntTG in June u i UPJ One of tho copkillr votcd ing Coyle brothers was shot and awltch Foundations fiscal year killed and the other coincide with tha calendar CopKilling Brothers End Spree Of Crime cd to police and further to extend the Delays 2nd Parking Dan In the face of strong opposi the City Commission Tues day voted unanimously to table an ordinance up for final pass age which would have prohibit ed parking on West Second ave nue from North Fifteenth street west to North Thirty third A delegation of about 30 men and with Attorney Jerry Roe as appeared and the lawyer inquired if the com mission contemplated final read or was considering tabling the new regulation as he had understood city officials might Issue Shelved Quickly Mayor Reading said the commission might want to read the ordinance and then ascer tain If there was a motion to enact it finally or table but either way the delegation could be heard if they so Commissioner Horace Hayes of fered a motion that the ordi nance be tabled for the time being with the observation that he believed that the parking ban is and further that It is only a matter of time before the state will require His motion drew a quick second Commissioner Oscar and all voted approval of the tabling I hereby declare it tabled for the Mayor Read ing adding when It comes up I dont With the thorny issue settled at the outset of the the delegation trooped with a sprinkling of Others Heard Several other delegations and individual citizens to present matters of particular concern to them for Methodist district and Ben president of Navarro Junior submitted as their problem the recent moving onto of a lot across from the colleges administration building of a house in poor repair on a lot on which a house had just been They noted the old house was inconguous with the colleges facilities and other homes in the area and would serve as a deterrent to the gen eral enhancement of the area if allowed to and inquired if two houses could be located on one The citys subdivision oroV nance was sent for and excerpts read to determine If a violation had been but be fore giving an Interpretative opinion City Attorney Don Peve house asked for the opportunity of studying the Mayor Reading said the action of placing two houses on one lot may become a legal ques tion as to whether an act of subdividing had and it was one that required study before a definite answer could be In the mean while the city officials ordered that the water department not connect the old house to city service until the commission and attorney had opportunity to ascertain if a violation of the subdivision ordinance has Ask Parking Changes Chamber manager Dick Knight and James man ager of Levines and a retail trade committee subpan el submitted to the commission copies of a petition signed by approximately 50 per most of whom are store seeking changes in the city parking Franks said the proposed See Page June Georgia lawmakers voiced op ed the storms center to strike off and on for more than a today to a federal court the Mexican coast midway beon the German situation and ordcr directing the tween Brownsville and Tampicola commumquehad been bofird to prepare a late A hurricane watch remained n force from Corpus Christi Small craft from Brownsville to Panama were advised to remain In William younger of terms of the five retiring di the notorious Philadelphia as well as the was shot 10 times in a until tho January annual meet hntflp pectecl Western sources that wouid permit public school said it was not expected now The order act no until Thursday and not President John Corley said group also voted to make effort to collect the outstand ing pledges as lhe Foundation up whcnlhas recently completed the in District Judge Frank cranbe his brother fell In the exchangeUuitlatlon of a water line to of gunfire on the edge of a East Highway industrial party lender Walter Ulbrlcht Scattered showers and to See Page 11 Liberate Wins a visit to Gorky with First See Page B Havana Prison Damage Suit Inmaies Rioi June 17 high court jury awarded American entertainer L 1 b e r a c e pounds damages today in a libel suit against the Lon don Daily The men and 2 after 3 12 hours of deliberation that a story in 1956 by Mirror column ist William Connor implied that the pianist was a homo The implication was the jury and the phrase ology used by Connor in the column was not fafr as claimed by the June 17 IP Inmates in crowded old Principe Prison rioted for four hours Tuesday demanding an amnes ty they said Prime Minister Fidel Castro had promised com mon Police reinforcements ringed the prison walls and held nearly prisoners at bay with Police and guards in side finally got the rioters un der Interior Minister Jose Navar ro promised to consider an am nesty as well as demands that prisoners be removed from old segregation plan must b taken to Stato Police readBarracks here for 1 fcfc I w4 A K A A See Page 10 Housing Loan Bill Approved m fed within a reasonable The gun battle climaxed a He said he would allow the threeday one of the Georgia Legislature time to biggest in Massachusetts his study whatever plan is ted before ordering It into efThe battle beneath murky skies In this southeastern Mass in a final said achusctts community ended the continued operation of sc hools crime spree of tho brothers down in accordance wlth with d crimination as in the Included the killing of a PhllaWhitc Housc was passed past will not be delphla policeman June tod b the H and t Georgia House Floor Leader Desperate and the the Prnaidont Thc Houao orU Frank Twit y expressed brothers seUed a hostage andLlnftIIy nad votcd for a June A veterans housing loan doubt that the legislature would his car while fleeing north from consider any plan that would The hostage was liondollar program but the Senate scaled this to 100 mil allow a Integrate unharmed Monday when llon in lhfl fuce of lhrcata thnt the brothers abandoned the car tha iaiger amount might draw I think the sentiment among and holed up In woods after L veto the great majority of the memrobbing a liquor Tho House today accepted the hers of the legislature Is to keep Scc Page 10 Senate change by voice the laws we have he Richard Russell urged the Atlanta school board to re sist this effort of the itinerant lawyers of the colored people Herman Ernest Vandiver and other ulate See Page 10 White Elsenhower rep ealled without comment thatthe action in that case led to a See Page 10 Procedure For Steel Conlraci Talks A NEW June and union represen tatives reached an agreement today on how to proceed with contract negotiations aimed at averting a nationwide steel strike June It was announced In a joint statement that the top level fourman teams of the union and management would meet with the bargaining teams of all 12 stoel companies at EDT this morning to submit their progress Negotiations had been blocked over the issue of A 2 12 hour meeting Tues day had failed to roach an agreement on Conrad chairman of the fourman joint negotiat ing Issued this state ment this morning The fourman negotiating teams for the 12 steel com panies and the United Steelwork era of America hcive reached agreement as to procedure ar They are as fol lows fourman teams will meet Jointly with company and local union bargaining rcpres entativea for all 12 companies See Pago 9 Legal Snag Delays Long June 17 UPI Preparations to take Advantages Cited As Recreation Facility Push Navarro Mills Campaign Members of the advisory committee of the campaign for Lake Navarro Mills Tuesday at 5 reported an enthusiastic response among the citizenry for the contract that will in sure Corsicana an ample water The election will be held CoChairmen James Sewell and Sanders met with the in the Civic room of the First National Bank Cards were distributed among the workers for and the response was reported Getting the people to the polls was particularly for those aged citizens who may not have conveyances to the Brochures will be mailed to pl of the property owners and voters later In the Post newspaper advertising and other media are being but the importance of personal is being stressed each We must carry o until the last is the most important step in Corslcanas must secure this grow Sewell and em water supply to Judge phasized at the meeting Tues Ibert former citv commissioner and support er of this stressed the importance nf the recrea tional phase of the proposal whereby Corsicana will re ceive acre feet of water in the proposed lake that will be located at tho Navarro Mills crossing on Richland Creek 16 miles west of Corsicana and several miles northeast of Daw A shoreline of 38 miles will be Earl Long of Louisiana out of a Galveston Hospital and fly him to a New Orleans hos pital hit a snag today over the wording of a legal The warding concerns an agreement by Long to enter Ochsner Foundation Hospital in and it h J been relNew if he la released peatedly pointed out that the from John Sealy Hospital in lake will be developed where he has been tionally as has been Whitney on the Lake held gainst his will since May One spokesman at the meetA Louisiana Air National ing said that Lake Navarro Cuard Long and Mills will be much better water three doctors were standing by than the reservoirs on the to take Long out of Brazos and Red rivers where to get him out of the hoH salt and other minerals Long has to get Pro bate Judge Hugh Gibson to dis miss her application for a 90 Another factor in Anotner laclor in that an estimated visitors will daV commitment of Long In rex be seen at this lake when it Is as fully Her Theodore Stubbs has alloted all other sites and lakes In this area to other cities and municipalities and Navarro Mills alone has been designated for nnd William of want A Under he Corsicana will receive 15 million to say that Long agrees to enter the Ochsner Adrian Fine Bed ford and Jean lawyers appointed by Judge Gibson to two weeks k tne motion See Page 10 missal ehould say anything about Long promising to enter another We think there is no place for this In the order itself un less the governor wanta Levy The waiting plane was tenta tively schedulnd to take off at but its de parture was delayed indefinitely Th lawyers decided to go out to the where Long was packed and ready to and see what he wants to do about in a promise to entei Ochsner Long is reported reluct ant to let her husband cross the Lo jlana border without such a guarantee fop fear that he will surrender himself with the state militia and state police and prevent any further action real him Acting Lcthcr Frnzor emphasized this point in Baton Louisianas stato today when he said An far as I am as soon as Ear Long crosses the state line into hn is I would not presume to con tinue as anting governor while Long Is In the state until I have been notified that the gov ernor is unable to carry out the duties of his When Long arrived today with Raymond tho Louisiana adjutant and three she announc ed that she intended to take him away as soon as It was reliably reported that pressure on tho part of high level Texas officials of John Scaley Hospital itself was re sjicnslbte for tho sudden switch In plans by Long and the rest of the governors including Russell There is little doubt but that the governors family wouM much prefer having Long left in Tcxua for Long and Long con ferrd with psychiatrists at John Sealy Tuesday and ex pressed the fear that If the gov ernor were returned to Louisiana he wouid try to resume his posi tion as Chief Executive behind handpicked state troopers armed national The New Orleans StatesItem nted unidentified source aa saying be taken to Ochsners for a deteriorating heart But Longs attending phy See Pag5 d   

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