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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - June 19, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL to partly clou dy and warm through Thermometer Headings 8 9 10 11 12 I 1 I 86 91 94 96 97 98 99 Complete Weather Report on Market fflHomeofthc Daily SunandSenilWttklyMorninatiaht if LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW June ed aircrafts in ed governments CHICAGO Narrowly mixed evening up higher distant contracts higher with Hogs to weak top Cattle steer sales reported supply AP TELEMATS 11 JUNE PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Geneva Parley Recessed Until MidJuly r President Assails Senate For Rejecting Strauss LOUISIANA GOVERNOR ENTERS HOSPIT Eari Long fiddles with his 10gal lon hat after arriving at Ochsner Foundation Hospital in New The 63yearold gover nor won his freedom from a psychiatric clinic at a Galveston hospital and was flown to New Orleans in a National Guard Dostors said Long appeared tired and needed a complete A few hours later he left the was In tercepted and committed to a mental AP Wirephoto Long Declared Insane BATON June 19 Earl Long was behind the bars of a state mental hospital today after be ing certified but the lieutenant governor hesitated taking over as Louisianas chief Lether one of the most faithful followers in Longs powerful political said he still considered himself only lieutenant Shrieking and Long was seized by deputies and com mitted on his wifes warrant Thursday night to the South eastern State Hospital at Mande ville to be held The silver haired gave a piercing hog and yelled a string of oaths after being intercepted just three miles outside this In one of the wildest days In Louisianas turbulent political Long had freed him self from a New Orleans hos declared he was governor right now and roared off in a State Highway patrol car for Baton Rouge to entrench himself in Frazar planned to confer in New Orleans today with State Jack Gremillion on the status of the I consider myself lieutenant Frazar I have had the opportunity to seize power but I did I am going to do everything I can to help and help the I want to be satisfied in my See Page Award Detention Dam Contracts Contracts for detention dams on Mill creek In Ellis and Na arro counties were awarded Thursday at the state soil con servation service office in Tem flood prevention planning en revealed Other lakes have been awarded re cently and several more are due to be awarded before the end of the current fiscal July Mill creek is a tributary of Chambers creek and is includ ed in the soil conservation and work of the NavarroHiU soil conservation district and other interested The contracls awarded Thurs day included the Site 101C on the Si Denn farm north of Frost and 102 on the TicTac Toe ranch north of Llnd sey and Blackburn Construc tion Company of Dallas was the low and successfull bidders if the 10 The con tract was awarded for Three more contracts are slated Friday today in Tern The sites are 97 on the Whitten farm in Ellis coun See Page 12 No Newspapers In Kansas City Or Louis KANSAS June 1 printers strike has shu down the Kansas City Star an the smaller Kansas Kan The strike left Missouris tw largest cities without majo daily The PostDis patch and GlobeDemocrat i Louis have been closed 1 days by a stereotypers walk This mornings edition of th Kansas City Star was not pub lishcd after members of th International Typographical Un ions Local 80 voted 311 to 2 Thursday night In favor of The company publishe the Times in the morning an the Star in the ITU employes of the after noon Kansas City Kansan als are members of Local See Page 12 Argentine Showdown Nearer Leaders of which toppled 1955 gathered BUENOS June 19 UFl military forces to day pressed President Arturo Frondizi for drastic changes in policies and threatened to oust the President If he the revolution Juan Peron in increasing sup port for a showdown with Fron whom they accuse of let ting Peronists and Communists infiltrate the There has been no open revo lution or fighting but the arm ed forces are putting pressure on the President in an apparent A wave of including one that Frondizi had tender ed his swept the A presidential spokes man merely replied lots of ital with orders to arrest top generals and many of them leaders of the provision al military government that steered Argentina back to civil ian rule after the armed froces had overthrown the Juan in Many of those sought were said to have Communications to Cordoba were partly cut by a heavy It was impossible to check the report of a revolt or the governments counterclaim that everything was under con trol throughout the The federal police asked radio amateurs to relay any official messages they picked The Cordoba garrison was said to be backed by troops in Campo de near Buenos and in northern Discontent with the government was reported spreading to other Curbs on the armed including confinement to quar ters for some were re imposed after being lifted brief ly Thursday while Frondizi tried to bargain with some of the military Leaders and supporters of the Police iwept through the capprevious provisional govern We have Authoritative sources said the top military command ers were in a huddle at the War Ministry seeking a legal solution to the Angry officers were reported collecting at 400 miles northwest of Buenos Leaders of the Coroba military garrison have been openly op posing government policies since ment have never been too happ ith Frondizi and have believe he was secretly in the ieagu with the The current flareup apparen ly stems from a renewal of n the President ha he signed a secre pact with Peron to get elected Although they are antiPero and the diss dent army leaders reported oppose Frondizis use of troop against Peronist and Commun ist unions trying to nullify h economic austerity program with Alfredo Frondizis in terior told a heate session of the House of Deputie early today that the governmen has known for some time ther was a plot afoot with insurrei tional activities designed I break down national institu He linked the purported plo to Deslderio Fernande who served as chie of police in Buenos Aires Pri vince under the provisions Two hours late Fernandez Suarez was reporte Emilio Bonneca rere and Rear Arturo Ria also were reported under a VOTE VICTIM DENIES ANY BITTERNESS Lyndon Johnson Forces Ballot To GOP Surprise June 19 UII esident Eisenhower itterly criticized the Senate to ay for rejecting Lewis trauss nomination as Secretary f He said the merican people are the The who met for I minutes with sum oned newsmen to his office nd read his handwritten com ent on the Senate vote early lis Vote 4946 Strauss was refused confirma on by a 49 to 46 The ction automatically removed im from the Cabinet post he as held since last November by recess Eisenhower had stood firmly y his nominee during the acri monious fight over His formal statement doscrib d Strauss as a man who had erved honorably and ffectively under four presl The President added that he losing a truly valuable as People He went on to say that if the ation was to be denied the ight to have Strauss serve In he then the American eople are the When he finished reading the the President said a thank to reporters anc Page 12 Steel Deadlock Remains After Latest Meeting NEW June UPI A twohour steel negotiating lession today between industry and labors two toplevel four man bargaining teams failed to produce a break in the deadlock vhich threatens strike July The negotiations were recess ed until 10 Upon emerging from the con David McDonald president of the United Steel workers of and Con rad C executive vice presl dent of Steel and th ndustrys chief de clined to give any Indication o the trend of todays discussions Silence Is golden at this per In the Me Donald He and Cooper refused t evaluate the results of the 1 separate meetings held Wee nesday and Thursday by abou 500 representatives of urilo and management from 12 majo steel It was learned that Coope planned to accompany Roge chairman of the U Steel to Washlngto where they will meet with group of liberal Democrat senators on Monday McDonald had met and brie ed this game group last Monda night on the current negotia Cooper and McDonald posed for pictures before days meeting Smoking a the Jackson Blames Senate For Deadlock living Costs Hit New Peak TEXACO PLANS PURCHASE CALlfORNlA OIL NEW June 19 UP is planning to pur hase the Superior Oil of California for the equivalent of 65 million Augustus Texaco aid Thursday night they had eached an understanding in rinciple looking toward the The announcement said Dillon Read investment dank worked out the The combined company would ontrol an estimated eight per ent of the total oil production nationwide ha tal See Page 10 and chairman William of Sewell Asserts Navarro Mills To Help Youth The youth of this area stand o gain directly and indirectly the building of the proposed Navarro Mills dam west of Cor District Judge James Sewell The local who is known for his concern for the problems of young is convinced he lake will even indirectly lelp to combat juvenile de an everpresent proh em with which he Is confront He thinks the because it vill give more young people a place to go or something to do for will channel some of that youthful energy nto constructive and acceptable larger segment of youth also could possibly bene he Speaking for himself and B Lynn who are cochair men of the Citizens Water Com mittee For Sewei said We feel this recreationa facility will afford places where young people can have supervls ed pleasure nnd help eliminate of the things that lead to disciplinary The cochairmen revealed also that once the dam and resultant See Page 11 More Paralytic Polio Reported June polio cases are con tinuing to run far ahead of the comparative 1953 the Service said to Public Health There were 55 paralytic cases last week compared with 5 in the same 1958 week and 36 in the week ended June For the polio disease year which began April 1 there hoc been 265 paralytic cases through June compared with 128 a year Since 1 there had been 452 cases as against 231 in the first 23 weeks of n the United About a ear Texaco passed the Standard Oil of New Jersey s the largest domestic producer jf crude To effectuate the understand Texaco and Superior epresentatives of both have egun preparation of an agree ment and plan of reorganiza Texaco employs more than 00 persons and has hares Superior has shares of common with the Keck fam ly owning 61 per It em ploys about The proposed agreement and plan of reorganization will be lubject to approval of Texaco and Superior directors and Su perior The announcement said the proposed agreement allows Tex See Page 8 Accountants State Meeting Agenda Is Full The Texas Association of Pub lie Accountants 1959 convention moved into its second day Frl day with a crowded Two both experts In their talked to the dele gates Friday morning in the Na varro Hotels Cactus foca point for the larger meetings o the three day of the law firm o Ralston and McWilliams talked on Estates an Trusts In a 10 ac qualnting his audience with th methods of setting u the procedures that pre sent the best tax advantage and Leland vice preslden of the National Bank of Com m San talked t the group at on Fl nancial Statements for Banl Credit Following the noon recess three more speakers were t bring These wer Warren Cowen of For Worth Alvls Vandergrlff o See Page 3 Excess Cof ton Penalties Fixed June 19 The Agriculture Deparlmen has set marketing quota pena ty rates on excess The penalty rate 1959 cotton on uplan cotton is cents a poun and that on extra long stapl cotton is cents a When marketing quotas ar in a farmer who doe not comply with the cotto acreage allotment establishe for the kind of cotton grow on his farm is subject to penalty on the amount he pro duces in Varied Program Readied For Expected Richland Homecoming Saturday June 19 least former residents community will open its arms Saturday In homecoming festivities to an anticipated hun dreds of former cur rent residents and friends of the The homecoming which will last all afternoon and Into the is sponsored by the First National Bank and the Richland Unlimited Scheduled events include open house at the the school and churches speech band domino a Little League baseball nnd other Begins 1 Activity will be kicked off at 1 with ribbon cutting cere monies at the which was recently Organ mu sic will be provided at the bank throughout the Invitations have been sent to of Richland and the turnout is expected to be Center of activity will be the downtown area where guests and visitors will register and re ceive a copy of The Richland a newspaper printed especially for the At a downtown platform speeches will be delivered by outstanding civic some from others from out of OK Water Supply The homecoming event is an outgrowth of last years water Such a celebration is even more appropriate this year because the Federal Hous ing Administration recently ap proved the Richland water sup which is an important step in Richlands bid for residential Almost the entire population of Richland has joined to pre pare for the former resident Numerous oommil tees have been working for mor than two weeks in making prep a No one has ventured to pre diet the number of persons wh will attend the but the are expected to come from a parts of Texas and posslbl other One of the highlights wi be music furnished by a ban made up of Mayor Jack White will off elate at the bank ceremonies The bank has been completel remodeled inside and wit air conditioning and moder banking including modern Safety deposi boxes will be available t customers in the near Five persons will be awarde June 19 costs edged up to new alltime high in the overnment reported Higher prices were reported or all major categories of con umer including medical care nd The consumer price ased on a 194749 price aver ge rose onetenth of a point rom April to a May reading of a new Labor Department Price Chief Riley said the increase vas seasonal and that for all iractical purposes the stabill y living costs over the past year las not yet been The price Index hit in uly which was a new ligh at that The Department also report id that takehome pay and buy ng power of factory workers limbed to new highs last Takehome pay averaged for a worker with three about 9 per cenl ilgher In dollars and purchas ng power than a year ago The upward trend of the price ndex means some air craft manufacturing workers will get a pay boost of cen an Their wages are tiec 3y contract to the cost of living Food prices road slightly in May after declining in eight o previous nine The per cent rise stemmed from ligher prices for restauran See COST Page S Negro Assaults White Girl In Yard Of School NEW June A 14yearold white girl was raped Thursday night by a no ro In a Queens school yard police Two youths were picked U for questioning The blonde not identl fled because of her gav this account She had been attending a function nt a junior high schoo About she went Intc the school yard and was chat ting with some girl A negro youth she knew b sight came over and aske her to join the consist Ing of five other negro youths When she the gii the youth struck her In the left eye with his fist an dragged her over to his group While his companions circle about she the firs youth raped She said th other boys molested but did no attack A school hearinf the girls ran to he rescue and the youths Th girl was termed in fair condltlor at a By CLYDE MURRAY Daily Sun Staff State Representative Robert Friday defended he House against charges that he legislature Is a do nothing He placed the blame for the act that the legislature is en ering its second special session and has gone 151 days without tossing a tax squarely n the shoulders of the Senate and powerful Butt to On Taxes home for a fourday said the whole thing had boiled down to a battle between he Senate and House over the iales tax In opposition to a tax m natural particular y on natural with rice Daniel on the side of the louse according to essentially favors the natural gas tax and opposes the sales Jackson is an ardent propon ent of a natural gas tax and an opponent of a sales Expects Firm Stand The Corsicana representative See Page 5 Legislature Taking Break In Fiscal Fight June The Legislature wasnt working to Itcomes Monday with the states fiscal stll The Senate will substitute Its state spending budget for 1960 61 at that This will allow the joint conference committee to work immediately to settle Senate and House differ Senators met briefly Thursday then quit until next The House quit work Wednesday af ter approving the two billion dol lar general spending Taxes remain an bui RED DEMANDS BRING FINAL COLLAPSE Soviets Rebuff West Solution In Berlin Crisis June 19 UPI The Big our Foreign Minis ers conference collapsed Sast and West agreed only to ecess until midJuly and then ry again for a peace settle more revenue raising measures are expected to be Introduced next The administrations 183 mil lion dollar tax measure gets its public hearing The abandoned property bill will be heard It will allow th stale to seize property abandon ed for seven years in banks utility and insuranc Doyle Worth announced he will seek to ad a penny per bottle tax on beer Hissing In Houston Safe June 19 A safe in the office of Rosenstocl Motors was looted of an estl moled during the night Owner Julius a Plymouth said the los may run to about Nobody knew I had that mucl money but I he sale He refused to say why h such a largo sum of casl in the Meet Friday Western sources reported that a final plenary session will be leld at which both sides irobably will place their posl ions formally on the hen the four foreign ministers vill return to their homes for a threeweek cooling off per Secretary of State Christ an Herter and his Western mrtners British Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd and Drench Foreign Ministers Maur ce Couve De Murvllle told Russias Foreign Minister An drei Gromyko there was no joint in continuing the present Break Not Final with a deadline still hanging over the West was unwilling to see the talks completely broken Gromyko agreed to come back to a new round of bargaining starting July After two s e s s 1 o ri s with romyko the Western Ministers retired to delegation chart J More Summit Talk Pressure By Khrushchev June Soviet Premier Niklta Khrush chev said today that the need or a summit conference will be even greater If the Geneva foreign ministers talks This will be he be cause then so many Important problems will have arisen that only a summit conference can solve Western representatives say that the Geneva conference should be he went Some say it should be put Some propose that only the experts be left there whose speeches will create the Impres sion of some activity going This is all done to camouflage their unwillingness to have con In a speech at a reception honoring a visiting East Ger man Khrushchev said that even If there should not be a summit conference in the immediate there will be one sooner or He talked optimistically on this He spoke of the need to hold summit conferences every now and then to discuss problems and said the world should not sit back and wait for an he we See Page 11 Urge Equal Time Overturn June 19 broadcasting lives and a congressman urged congress today to overturn an equal time ruling governing radid and television The Federal Communications lommlsHion has held that if the campaign of one political candidate is covered on news all of his opponents are enlilled to equal Opposing the ruling at a Sen ate Commerce Communications subcommittee hearing were Rob ert chairman of the board of the National Broad casting John vice president for news and special events of American Broadcast Ing and Glenn Cun ningham Cunningham predicted that unless the ruling Is as many as persons will enter next years presidential Sarnoff and Daly argued that the dullng Interferes with broad casters right to cover the news as they see Thesubcommltlee Is studying four bills which would alter the section of the Federal Communi cations Act under which the rul See Page Ing was Olhcr congressional develop ments Mock Chet Hollficld of a Joint subcommit tee on radiation said 60 per cent of the countrys popula tion could be reached by atomic missiles fired from The California Democrats group will hold hearings next week on effects a mock atomic war might have on this Communism A witness be fore the Senate Internal Secur ity subcommittee criticized evan gelist Billy Graham for views he expressed on Soviet Religion nnd morality following a five clay visit to Leo Cherno of New director of the Research Instilule of said Grahams opinions were false and damag Chcrne appeared on be half of a bill to establish a freedom commission and aca demy for fighting Former FBI counterspy Herbert Philbrick and Walter Judd also endorsed the House began debate on President Eisenhowers re quest for a higher ceiling on the national Approval ap peared Elsenhower ask ed that the permanent limit be raised from 283 billion dollars to 288 billion and a sevenbil lion increase in the temporary The House Ways and Means Committee cut the new permanent level to 285 Strauss President Elsen hower criticized the Senate for rejecting Ihe nomination of Lewis Strauss to bo com merce The 4946 vote against the appointment came early climaxing a 12hour Wheat House Democratic Whip Carl Albert said chances are excellent that congress would work up an other wheat bill to send Presi dent Elsenhower despite the Houses rejection of a comprom ise Senate passed measure chairman the House Wheat said the new legislation would provide higher price supports than the defeated Ho said this would force Eisenhow er to choose between higher supports and continued produc tion of wheat Housing Six members of a SenateHouse conference com See Age 10   

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