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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - June 18, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER cloudy and warm through Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 U I 12 I 1 I 2 82 87 j 90 93 I 94 95 96 Complete Weather Beuort on Market fljHomeofthe Daily SunandSeitilWeekly Morning LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW June er recovery cor porates mill buy CHICAGO lower late scattered light to 25 cents higher top steers mostly steady top AP TELEMATS JUNE 1959 SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENTS 100 Are Injured By Tornado At Miami BEAUTY WINNER AND RUNNERUP Carelgean blonde coied from Southern Methodist was named Miss Texas in the regional Miss Universe contest at Lake Runnerup was Mary of Carel who comes from Corpus will compete in the finals at Long AP Texas Oil Given 9Day Allowable June 18 UP The Railroad Commission again ord ered a drastic slash today in the statewide July oil production allowable of barrels a The commission set the allow able at barrels a The commission ordered wells run on a 9day producing teijn for the compared to 10 days in Most major oil told the oil regulatory commission that the market for oil has de They must reduce re finery they Only two companies requested a boost in the Central Texas Druggists Form Organization A Central Texas Pharma ceutical Association was formed here Wednesday evening as the climax of a barbecue supper at the Corsicana Country Club which was hosted by the Na varro County Pharmaceutical The local organization had in vited a large representation of the pharmacy industry from Central Texas with the view in mind of expanding the unit In to the one which was formed as a result of the meeting of 39 men from Dallas and plus Corsicana and all county communities which have phar Outgoing President John Mc Adams of the local county asso ciation presided and the invoca tion was given by Jim Stephen Miller new chairman of the scholarship re ported to the Association that the recipient of the scholarship from the NCPA to Navarro Jun ior College will be annocnced following an applicant screening See Page 12 The independents who testi fied at the monthly oil proration hearing also recommended a re Ira Fort Worth attor ney representing several West Texas told the com mission that unless the demand begins to catch up with pro duction We are headed for a worse year than in The situation is so critical are facing If we continue totake out of the ground oli that can not be goes to and this causes said Moncrief Fort Worth independent oil pro Chairman Ernest Thomp son told the oil men crude oil and products are bar rels in excess of adequate stocks About half of this is excess gas Thompson Henry of representing said that unless the company was able to find a market for crude in July and August We will run out of available tankage for storage of crude New Holla Probe Due Next Week June rackets probers said today they now expect to start next Thursday new hearings on the affairs of James Hoffa and scandals in the Teamsters Union which he The new date follows a series of The hearings are scheduled to wind up more than 2 12 years of investigation by a Senate commilee into al leged misdeeds by Hoffa and the It has accused him of an alliance with rack eteers and Committee counsel Robert Kennedy has predicted it will bring out a great deal of new information but has declined to spell out The hearings are epected to last a couple of ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ftftftftftftftftft Navy Will Not Escort Patrol Planes FLOOD ASKS CLEARCUT POLICY Americans Can Only Shoot If Fired On First By GARWOOD June 18 Navy said today the Communist attack on its patrol plane over the Sea of Japan will be treated as an isolated case of lawless banditry and it plans no change in Far East 3atrol A Spokesman said fighter planes armed with guns and juided missiles have been and will be used for some recon naissance But he said fighters will not be used reg ularly to escort bigger and more vulnerable planes which norm ally fly patrol Isoated Case The attack Monday was an act of lawless banditry analog ous to any other act of crim inality an isolated case as of now and will be treated as the spokesman He made the statement after toplevel conferences with Navy and Defense Department offi The Navy issued the state ment after Daniel Flood said he got the impression from Vice Wallace deputy chief of naval operations for war that the Navy was sending jet fighters to escort patrol planes on some No Anywhere Th said thrit a re notrf escorting patrol we are riofe escorting commercial airplanes are not escort SeiT Page 12 Another Drop In Gasoline Prices Hinted Regular gas prices which sev eral days ago took another two cent drop at major brand sta tions to cents may take an other dip by this a spot telephone check revealed Thursday at It is report ed that independents are sell ing regular now at and the majors are likely to meet the The second twocent drop was put into effect several days ago after the original drop brought prices of regular only down from to cents per Several service station oper ators contacted said they had heard rumors that another dip was likely by the but that the price cuts thus far had not resulted in too noticeable increase in the volume of regu lar gas sold as much of the gas business is for which most of the newer cars of the last sev eral years Signs prepared to advertise the drop to have been writ ten over to show the latest price of and may show another marking or promote new sand wich boards to be displayed if the anticipated additional drop comes Texas Solons Scrambling For Revenues Gromyko Given Extra 24 Hours Time Deadline For Navarro Mi Voting Friday Corsicana voters are remind ed that Friday tomorrow is the deadline for casting an ab sentee ballot in Tuesdays spec ial Lake Navarro Mills contract authorization Interest in the special elec tion which Is designed to as sure Corsicana an abundant supply of water for the next BO years for domestic and indus trial growth is mounting as the date draws On the number of absentee votes cast took a big surge upward from a vious total of 15 to In reporting the new total City Secretary Char les Stipe noted that voters who expect to be absent from the city on election day made a run on the ballots Absentee ballots may be cast with the city secretary up to midnight Supporters of the proposal are looking forward to the is sue carrjing by a substantial margin as it is being stressed in an educational campaign by Water Committee for Corsicana the present avail able supply of acrefeet of water cannot permit the antic ipated while the acrefeet to be available from Lake Navarro Mills will not only but also promote a surge in Corsicana Host To State Meet Of Accountants The fifteenth annual conven tion of the Texas Association of Public Accountants got under way Thursday morning with registration at the Navarro Ho About 150 accountants from various parts of the state are expected to attend the threeday event which will break up at noon Early regis trants Thursday included dele gates from Fort Austin and other The opening session Thursday morning saw Albert Hines of state and Robert Wooddy of Corslcanas First Baptist church bringing the Mayor Reading gave a welcome Al of the Waco of fice of the Social Security gave an address at 11 Whitaker of vice pres ident of the presided at the 2 session Thursday and See Page 12 June 18 Russia today took another 24 hours to draft a reply to the final proposals on Secretary of State Christian Herter had his plane made ready for his return to the United States if the talks Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko requested postpone ment of the scheduled secret meeting today of the big four foreign ministers during a priv ate lunch with British Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd contacted Heiter and French Foreign Minister Maurice Couve De Murville by phone and won their reluctant agreement to the Herter was reported annoyed at the Soviet It was the second day in a row that Gro myko had put off the Soviet answer to the Western compro mise Berlin In a move backing up the warning that the West did not intend to continue the talks here without Herter yes Sec Page 12 Duke Reach Canada For Long Tour JOHNS NEWFOUND June 18 UPI Queen Elizabeth II arrived by jet plane from Britain today to start a Canad ian tour and a short trip to the United Low clouds that had isolated nearby Torbay Airport for nearly a week al lowing the Queen and her hus Prince to land here on schedule after it was believed their plane would have to be diverted to another air Vincent Massey headed an airport welcoming party that included Prime Min ister John Diefenbaker and Newfoundland Premier Joseph Newfoundlanders from almost every part of this Atlantic See Page 12 o New Law May Cut Car Thefts June 18 no law may help reduce auto theft in Department of Public Safety Director Homer Garrison The law goes into effect Aug 11 It makes unlawful the driv ing of another persons vehicle without Conviction caries a 3year prison Last year vehicles were stolen in In there were National sta tistics indicate about 67 per cent of the theft involve persons under Garrison NEW June 18 Prosperity is again on the march in with families earning more and spending more than those in most sections of the United The resiliency of the local after a year of strong is to be seen in the final figures for now The upward climb in the last quarter of the year brought the retail sales volume for Ifc58 up to actually pass ing the previous years The data is revealed In Sales BUSINESS IN CORSICANA APPEARS ABOVE AVERAGE 3 Breakfasts Possible Aboard Future Planes LOS June 18 British jet expert has suggested a airliner which could be built by and could three con secutive breakfasts at success ively earlier times in New York and Los The giant airliner could go from London to New York in 98 minutes with a capacity load of 130 Robin Jamison told the Institute of Aeronautical Sciences at the groups summer An American firm enid this would mean breakfast in Lon don and an 11 GMT de to he followed by a second breakfast after arriving See Page 11 Take Bids On Couniy Roads Two Navarro and one Hender son county road contracts were awarded at the meeting Wed nesday in Austin of the Texas Highway accord Ing to The Associated The Navarro jobs were for miles of Farm 58 from Blooming Grove to Silver City on Highway 31 via and Farm Barry to High way 31 via reconstruct Rlructures and surfac Nacog The Henderson county work is widen structures from Athens to Kauf man county line In Norman The mid June lettings on highway construtcoin total about million dollars and in cludes work on 759 miles of highways and farmtomarket Managements copyright ed Survey of Buying covering every part of the na It shows that the volume of Dusiness done by the local stores was more than should have See Page 12 Federal Court Holds Arkansas Laws Invalid LITTLE June 18 threejudge federal court today voided a state law under which Orval Faubus closed Little Rock public high schools last fall against inte The court added the governors proclamation shutting down the four schools was The Arkansas Supreme in a 43 recently up held the disputed act but the three federal judges called it Jr the same the fed eral judges held invalid a com panion state law which diverted public funds from the closed schools to others to which dis placed pupils The second the court was a device for depriving the Little Rock School District of funds to which it properly was Circuit Judge John Sanborn of Paul and district judges Axel Beck of Elk and John Miller of Fort held a hear ing on the case here May Todays ruling was An appeal to the Supreme Court is considered Durban Natives Battle Police SOUTH June or arm ed natives battled police over a 10sqiiarenile arra of Dur ban today In giant beer riots touched off by enraged native Casualties and properly dam age were reported heavy in the which erupted In pro test against laws forbidding the natives to brew their own Both sides used Hugo mobs burned attacked shops owned by Indians and fought running battles with po lice in the native It was estimated that up to or natives were in volved In the bloody Police put in hurried calls for reinforcements throughout the June 18 UP An other search is on for a new Texas or one who can pay some More than a dozen tax bills officially started Wednesday in the Legislatures moneyhunting It has been underway 151 The 21member House Rev enue and Taxation Committee voted to start work Chairman Ramsey re fused a request that the tax bill backed by Price Daniel get the first hear Others put in earlier requests nnd we have to go in Ramsey told George Hin Jorry Sadler got his bill set for public hearing It levies a one per cent gross re ceipts tax on manufactured It will be heard Monday to gether with the administrations muchwanted abandoned prop erty James Bates of Edinburg again introduced a modified version of the twice See TAX Page 12 Session Starts But Direction Still Uncertain June 18 UP second special session of Legislature ifoff and but no one knows House membera passed Wed nesday 8339 their version of the slate spending budget for 1980 61 and set tax hearings Monday In the wash of Price Dan leis renewed plea for quick ac tion on the states multiple prob Eleven of the 31 senators were on hand when the Senate met The House adjourn ed Wednesday until The Senate Finance Commit tee set a meeting at Monday to substitute the Senate version of the appropriation bill for the House Doyle Willis of Fort Worth advised the Senate he planned to offer an amendment to any tax bill passed by the House to add a penny a bottle tax on beer which he said would bring in 16 million He said he had the amendment See Page 12 12Man Crews Goal For Subs June 18 project Is under way to trim the 100man crews on nuclear If it is crews might be re duced to 12 The project was announced by the Electric Boat Division of the General Dynamics the company said the Navy has selected it to manage art in dustrynaval team known as the Submarine Integrated Control The plan is to balance the use of manpower with HIGH DAMAGE CAUSED BY NIGHT STORM I Hard Winds Rip Other Sections Families Hit June 18 W Pouring rain added to the ry of tornado scarred Miami today as householders tried to patch up damage caused by tha storm which swept thq ity Wednesday injuring at least 100 No Known Dead The highway which gave the injury also calculated damage at over There were no The weather bureau said tha threat of a central Florida nado has A warning had been issued for a broad band startingjust east of Tampa and running east to the Cape veral missile test Farther up the east nadollke winds swept across Jupiter just north ol Palm The island Is a millionaires Property damage was Most of tha homes were boarded up for tha First In Years The Miami storm was tha I first of its kind since the lata 1940s when a hurricanespawn ed tornado destroyed The Red Cross reported ovef families were affected by the storm and JOO homes suf fered Five died other houses were less seriously At least three homes were completely destroyed and nearly 100 See Page 12 Beulah Fizzles After Hitting Mexican Coasf By The Associated Fress Tropical storm fickle nnd went south and Thurs day was taking what appeared to be a Latin siesta in Mexican waters of the There were few clouds on tl9 lower Texas coast and winds were Beulah was causing no weather along the tha weather Bureau The Weather Bureaus a vlsory at 10 said second major disturbance of the storm was no longer of storm The bureau located the storm about 40 miles east southeast I of Bculahs highest winds were estimated at 35 miles per or 40 miles short of hurricane Remnants of the storm should drift very slowly southwestward and scattered squalls with winds up to 35 miles per hour will continue along the Mexican coast from Tampico to Tuxpan the Weather Bureau Seas have subsided to near normal over most of the middle and west isolat ed squalls may still occur and See Piige 12 Long Getting Tests In New Orleans NEW June weary but determin td Earl Long was back in Louisiana confined to a hospital room overlooking the Mississippi Riv er bridge his brother returned Wednesday night from a 19day stay in a psychiatric The return trip began as he stated firm intentions of resuming his duties as chief executive of his home The extent to which this will be at least immediate remains Nearly a dozen doctors began checking today the physical condition of the ailing who vows he will seek an un precedented fourth term in De Doctors at the Ochsner Foun dation Hospital removed the telephone from the governors medium priced They in sisted a no visitors ban in clude The big questions now Will Long run again Will his health permit it Will he call a spec ial legislative session to resur rect of bin ptt bjlli that failed in the fiscal session Long slipped quietly and out comment into the privately owned general hospital after a plane flight from The plane flight home began just 16 minutes after Probate Judge Hugh Gibson of Galves ton County had released the governor from the protective custody of the John Sealy Hos His wife had signed commit ment papers June three days after six men had been needed to place the governor on a stretcher for a flight to Galves Long claimed her hus band was physically and men tally Wednesday she and the Texas attorneys nego tiated nearly seven hours be fore reaching the agreement that led to Gibsons dismissal Long said the governor had agreed to remain at Ochs ners tw necessai Long became gov ernor again when the Air Na tional Guard plane crossed over the TexasLouisiana He can exercise the full powers of bis office unless ks or if Louisiana does not specify who can declare a governor Luther Frazar acted as governor during Longs 19 day absence from the Politics was not discussed on Wednesdays plane If anyone knew when the plane crossed the state line into it was not men said Margaret Dix managing editor of the Bat on Rouge Morning A personal friend of the gov ernor many Dixon was a passenger on the Long sat either beside her husband or opposite him most of the Dix on She held his hand a good part of the Several times she patted his She got a pillow to place back of his head and several times re arranged It when it Dixon said Long still has bounce even after the hec tic two weeks he just went She said Long had suggested the group go to Bourbon Street upon arrival in New Orleans but laughed when she I got up at 3 gover Dixon You got up at so you had an hour longer to Long asked how she I told him I spent the night outside the hospital watching the window in his she He laughed heartily when I read him the log I He laughed many times coming back to He was com pletely Also aboard three the plane were Ray Louisiana adjutant and Wllma Lock Longs personal A series of incidents in the closing days of the recent ses sion of the Legislature were cli maxed by public profanity and unrestrained anger by The governors family at first announced he had been confin ed to the mansion at Baton Rouge for a twoweek The next day the protesting gov ernor was taken to Long spent the night with the governor in his tur quoise and gray The room has one big out of which the governor can see the Mississippi River roll under the See Page 12 BANDIT is brought out of the woods state police moments after the Philadelphia bandit was captured with his younger brother near John wears a police coat after he was stripped of clothing on Brother William later died of bullet AP Wirephoto Ethel Barrymore Dies At 79 June actress Ethel Barry more oftacclaimed first lady of the American theater and of the Barrymore died today at the age of Miss who outliv ed her more flamboyant broth and equally famed succumbed quiet y at her Beverly Hills home where she spent her final years away from the footlights she oved but close to occasional mo Lion picture and television work hat she detested but eventual ly Death of the famed stage and screen actress was attributed to a heart Her Samuel Barrymore was at her side when death I never did make a picture I could bear to look she told an interviewer late In her own llustroous and sometimes tem pestuous For working in the movies Is a lazy Theres no hrill such as you have on the when you start living a role even before the curtain and atay on top emotion ally for two and a half She started acting at the age of 14 before the turn of the and for nearly 60 years achieved a string of successes that few actresses of any time could She became known to millions for her imper ious manner and throaty and was frequently praised as a great artist by states men and show business cele Miss Barrymore was horn In Philadelphia on virtually cradled in the theater and prodestined to become a Her family of famous stage folk addition to her the theaters Immortal John who fos tered her stage career her Georglanna Drew Bar and her Maurice who once challenged John Sullivan to a The Barrymores headed a stock com pany that was almost a na tional institution when she was With her brothers she car ried on the although in her early teens she first tried without Buccesa to get an acting job on her own without trading on the names of her famous rel Thats all there there Isnt any became her tag Una as she responded to repeated curtain calls from the legitimate On her 70th birthday In wellwishers from roundthe globe paid her Including then President Harry Tru former President Herbert statesman Bernard Eleanor Kath erine Tallulah Bank head and Katharine I have seen her In most of her and I am eternally indebted to her for the pleasura she has given said Truman In his message to the white haired To Ethel lady of the Ameri can happy returns of the Thus she was hailed as being a ptar of both stage and screen for a longer period of time than any other contemporary Her first appearance on any stage was in The Rivals at the Academy of Music in See Page 13   

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