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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - June 20, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                s L j t j 3 v 1 i 4 HE WE LOCAL FORECAST Clear to partly cloudy and warm through Sunday with isolated late afternoon and night thunder Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 j 36 88 I 89 f 90 91 I S2 Weather Report on Market Homeofthe Morning ttflbt MARKETS AT A GLANCE Most Securities and Commodities Axe Closed on LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS 12 JUNE PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS COMMON L imit GROUND AHY ISSUE vi1 POLICE CHARGE RIOTING AFRICAN WOM wield clubs as they charge in to disperse a demonstration by African women in the Cato Manor nonwhite slum area of South Three persons were dead and 100 injured after days of rioting that began when a group of women raided a beer hall to protest police action against their home brewing activi The beer hall was set on Casualties resulted from fighting that followed the AP Wirephoto by radio from London Scattered showers and rains etruck Navarro county early Saturday morning on the last day of Summer officially starts Sunday at Felhatn and West of Frost re ported 1 12 inches precipitation Kerens showed only a snoj not sufficient to settle the White Rock which ori ginates in Hill was bank full Saturday morning in the Pelham indicating that Martens and other eastern communities ot Hill county received heavy Frost reported accom panied by heavy but oth er than broken tree no damage was The official government gauge here recorded Other reports included Rich land Rice Dawson ShUoh each Bruahie Prairie Emhouse By The Associated Press A line of thunderstorms march ed through North Texas Friday night and early pour Ing 2 58 inches of rain on Fort Worth and heavy amounts on other points through the Dallas caught an official but rainfall totals in the downtown area and some neigh borhoods were much Thunderstorm reports came from the Wichita Fallas and Rockwall areas as well as the DallasFort Worth Page 8 V Juveniles End College Loans June is no legacy like the sign Below on the bulletin board of Pan American were tacked dollar A student needing a small loan could take a bill or with the under standing it would be repaid as soon as It all worked officials until four nonstuclent ju veniles dropped They clean ed off the with no plans for Juvenile officers picked up the quartet and turned them over to their Police didnt say how much money was By JAMES I KTLGAIX NEW June Steel contract talks remained deadlocked with only 9 moi bargaining days left for toplevel negotiators to reach a peaceful settlement and avert a nationwide strike at July In1 a top official of one of the nations largest steel firms said the industry has made its final offer in the current the official said Friday We will take a strike rather than changethat The who asked that his name be did not rule out the possibility of a Many Papers Cant Absorb Rising Costs NEW June Rising costs have caused hun dreds of newspapers to raise their prices In recent in the first four months of this year Some 400 increased prices in one or more circulation cate gories In In announcing the new the newspapers have cited in creased costs of fringe benefits and var ious materials and The trentd is to more 7cent and 10cent A survey of more than newspapers by the American Newspapers Publishers shows 483 now selling at 7 cents and 170 at 10 Fortynine cost six cents and eight of them eight The increases have diminished the number still selling for five cents to in the whole United States only 13 still sell for less than a The day of the twocent paper See Pag 4 wage but he said the industry waa united in its de fcemination to prevent an in crease in employment There was no meeting of the negotiators After sitting around the bargaining table for two hours the joint con ference wag recessed until 10 Industrys chief Conrad executive vice president of the Steel Cor had nothing to Bay on the And the only com ment of David president of the United Steel workers was that sil ence is golden at this late atage in the After Mondays Coop er plans to go to Washington with Roger Chair man of where they will meet Monday night with a group of liberal See Page 8 Grant Slay On Atomic Waste June from Texas groups prompted the Atomic Energy Commission Friday to stay the effective date of its order al lowing atomic waste to be dump ed in the Gulf of The AEC had granted Indus trial Waste Disposal of Houston a permit to start the operation as recom mended by an A spokesman said the commis sion now will review the case and decide whether to hold hearings on the Under the the Hous ton firm had authority to drop lowlevel radioactive wastes in to the Gulf at a spot 180 miles south and east of Sportmens Club of Texas CSCOT filed a protest with the AEC and Harris County lodged a complaint ear Texas congressmen also July Session Will Determine Summit Meet June Western diplomats today antici pated a twinpronged Communist offensive combining new pres sure tactics against West Ber lin with open threats to force the West into a conference at the Big Four foreign ministers wound up six weeks of negotia tions and headed into a three week cooling off recess today after a sixminute closing ses sion and final communique whose wording emphasized their failure to reach any kind of common Communique Brief The communique said At the conference of foreign ministers in Geneva which be gan on May a broad ex change of views took place be tween the participants on the subjects under The ministers are of the opinion that further discussion and negotiations are The ministers agree to recess and to resume work of the con ference in Geneva on July The cooling off recess first was suggested a week ago by West German Chancellor rad Adenauer in an interview with United Press International President Frank Bartholo mew in Herter Starts Home Secretary of State Christian Herter lunched with Soviet For eign Minister Andrei GromyJco before returning to Washington See Page 4 Live Vaccine Daniel Urges Solon Pressure MOTHER LITERALLY KNOCKS CHILD FREE OF KIDNAPER OLD THREATS ON BERLIN REPEATED Occupation End Major Point In Moscow Release By HENRY SHAPIRO June 20 UPI Russia and East Germany time to quit debt then wassmaller ina Joint communique June the sixth time since Presi dent Eisenhower took office in the House has passed a bill raising the ceiling on the nation al This time it is a peacetime top of 295 billion That was SAN June 20 The people must tell legislators immediately what exceeded only by a temporary they want in Price of 3M billion dollars dur Daniel linK World War but the act It Is about the tax failure of theP is today that there can be no peace Azainst Poli Being Tested June 20 new vaccine to prevent paralytic live virus and ao easy to use it can be given in a glass of milk or fruit been developed by an independent research or ganization Hilary direc tor of the Wistar told a news conference Friday the vaccine has already been used to immunize children in the Belgian where polio incidence is Koprowskl said thft vac cine will be given to Polish children beginning this month In a full scale Immunization pro The vaccine is given to children from six months to sev en years of age who have not had a third injection of the con ventional Salk type The Wistar vaccine was de scribed as an attenuated virus made from live polio vir us which haa been weakened and which creates resistance to the Salk vaccine uses virus which has been killed and is injected by June was praying that I could stop him and I Thats what an attractive sub urban Hapevllle mother told po lice Friday after she deliberate ly crashed her small sedan into another car and rescued her 7 yearold daughter from a would be abductor Carroll told detec tives she could see her daugh fighting to get out of the I could see my baby and Queen Visits Newfoundland Defense Base ERNEST HARMON AIR FORCE June 20 Elizabeth visited this base today to see a key segment of CanadaUnited States air defense In The Queens Royal Canadian Air Force plane flew In Deer Lake on schedule despite earlier fears that foggy weather would delay the The plane landed at EDT Later today tha Queen moved on to the second of 10 provinces on her itinerary which includes a brief stay in The Queen and her Prince saw long lines of jet fighter planes standing prepared to take off at a mo ments notice on orders from Strategic Air Command head quarters at The Royal couple mingled with defense ministers during the 20mlnule visit to across the runway from Canadas small transport department at She also toured ison Poured In River June faulty pump nt a chemical re search institute poured about 45 pounds of deadly sodium cyan to kill per the Zempukujl River last Jt was announced to Police detailed special squads to warn river bank residents not to swim In the poisoned water or use it to irrigate their Jt was the second time In less than two weeks that a Japanese River had been accidentally and blamelaying m Europe without an allGerman pape the but pass in the aa Raymond i ft of They said he come to live with his grandmother for two The detectives said he fled Terms Revealed o The signed ture unless they have Pities over and released today at tha wired or talked to their scnalod government borrowing at 14 dnys of talks between People have no business Heavy House opposition meant and fuming about the in both Republican and I it on foot after the Bloodtors and time when the budget already is Soviet and East German hounds were put on his trail The governor said this is onel13 billion dollars In the spelled out Communist but hVwas TheGeorlof three highly important Berlin settlement gia State Patrol and authorities poir which can prevent the bill noted that some nay votea and stated again that if tha in nelBhborinK states were alertdelay and heavy cost of a third were cast by members who have west frustrates an allGer ed in the belief he might be special been among the strongest supman peace Russia will heading for Other he are portera of big spending meassign a separate treaty with East Detectives gave this account Action by the House Revenue luerm Sally and her and Taxation Committee which Some of the fellows wanted were visiting a friend when a will permit the House to coripo claim atleast mie economy car pulled up and a youth askaider and pass a bill to the ed the girls Senate next How about pushing this the majority will ton and helping me start the of the House and Senate to be car expressed by votes on the floor Sally walked over end the and on conference committees youth grabbed He yanked subsequently appointed to re her screaming Into the differences between the two Tho Legislature is in The House quit Wednesday arid the Senate Both come back See Page 4 Violence Starts Early In Texas June girl died and three others teenagers were injured early Saturday when an auto over turned five milea northwest Mona daughter of and Herman Hintz of Amarillo was Tony and both of Amarillo and Frances of wore in Northwest Texas HospiThe nations last civil war vetcx1p13 See Page 8 Pressure Due For Increased Gasoline Taxes would end oc rights in arid the lavs providing for Western garrisons in West Berlin would thereby lose their Other Points The communique also the special import ance f a summit the NATO pow ers for expediting constructlort of missile bases in Italy and June 20 UPI the need for The White House disjlng nuclear ThYsmVatfeu expected to that President NATO of trying to Monday on the Houseapproved Elsenhower Is preparingto turn wake the Baltic area of two billion dollar general spendsome heat on Congress to rally Europe a springboard for support for his proposed in gasoline J But It concentrated on tha News Secretary James Berlin and Gorman reunification1 Hagerty said the President haa asked Federal Highway Ad ministrator Bertram Tallamy to prepare a statebystate sum mary showing what failure to raise the gasoline tax would do to t Intelstate highway pro Hagerty said the White House See Page 3 Last Survivor Of Confederacy Fights For Lif See Page 8 e June 20 UPI publish the tal with cuts nnd bruises 116yearold Walter possible internal Their ington fought for his Aflkcd if J be included condition was not considered life in an oxygen tent at the in ft P6011 message to Con daughter on the he The auto left tho road as the Williams contracted four returned to Amarillo from monia two weeks He J would think every state Assures West Berliners On Obligation June 20 UPI The government told West Berliners today It has no Intention of giving in to So djvlet threats that the West get the Canyon City Club northwest Pearcd to be of Officers said the four suffered a re were trapped in the auto for was In critical condition at tho almost two hours after the Df Wil which happened shortly after The dcath of in a hospital FORT June March 16 left Williams as E S a married the last living symbol of some tool and die shop was fourmillion men who fought lo dcath near a Jacksboro the bloody Civil War that split Highway tavern early Saturday the nation nearly a century ago after an argument with a man a Confederate sol who accused Llbbert of condier Predicted six years ago ho sorting with his would be the last Jiving survi Police arrested a lvor He Particularly wanted to The victim was shot tw tho eye and once in the with a Libbert been beaten June neighbor found James Daniel See Page 4 See Page 3 I by the state the Hagerty said a preliminary regovernment said its responslbl port has Indicated that no funds litv ko West Berliners has been hc allotted to states this and wl11 remain our primary Juy or August for construction The United States govern ment believes they West Ger mans share our confidence that with patience and determina tion we shall find solutions which will safeguard their se curity and the state ment The department made tha xas Te Needs School jrowng June 20 surviving Union two years Williams was 116 last By JACK FOX BATON June 20 Earl Longs per sonal attorney went to the state mental hospital where the gov ernor confined today to plan strategy to get Long released for a hearing on his Theo Longs ap pointee as chairman of the board of supervisors of Louisi ana State University and a close personal drove from the capital to the Mandeville hospi tal where the governor was committed by a district court as a The 63yearold Long was ex pected to instruct Cangelosi to demand a public hearing on his mental Long moved to get out of the institution as his friends and enemies squabbled in what could become a struggle for power to take over the Long Leading the battle against the Long machine was Secretary of State Wade Martin an old foe who became infuriated when Long took away from htm two state posts adding an additional a year to his Jesse director of state said permission had been granted Cangelosi to visit the Bankston said he also would go to Mandeville Bankston said Cangelosi would call in other lawyers lor Long if the governor requests The 10 hospital bulletin said Long spent a fairly rest ful night and was getting along It said diagnostic proce dures had not yet been complet Long was expected to peti tion for a hearing before Dis trict Judge Fred LeBlanc signed the papers per mitting deputies to drag Long cursing and kicking from a state patrol car Thurs day and take him to the hospi The commitment was at the request of who raced and beat her husband to Baton Rouge to sign necessary papers after Long walked out of the Oschner Foundation Clinic in New Orleans following only 20 hours of voluntary The political turmoil In Louisi ana was snarled further Friday when Secretary of State Wade Martin announced he would honor no signature on See Page 3 By GERALD MOSES BATON June 20 psychiatrist who ex amined Earl Loug said Friday there was danger that Long might have killed himself through extended manic excite ment had he not been hospital Another physician who exam ined the governor during the course of his illness said the killing pace Long set during the past month was an attempt at suicide and the governor wants to be shot to as was his brother The who asked not to be said he told Longs that he believed the governors decision to go on a political stumping tour before his collapse was mo tivated by the persistent shad ow of the man Earl Long has always been measured against brother Huey Long was shot to death in et the zenith of his political in a corri dor of the state capitol build He was a Senator at the Hueys body lies beneath a bronze statue on the front lawn of the state capitol building he A spotlight shines down on the statue from the tower ing capitol at Sparkman who ex amined Louisianas governor with coroner Chester Wil said Long seemed to have no awareness of illness on his but recognized abnor mal behavior in other In his own the gover nor said he felt everyone else Is Wyatt Wyatt said he diagnosed the governors mental illness as paranoid with manicdepressive The he was suffering from delusions of per secution and en intense suspi cion of everybody and every Coroner Williams agreed with this pointing out It reversed the diagnosis at the John Sealy Hospital in Galves where Long was held until two days Williams said Longs illness was diagnosed as mainly manic depressive at the Galveston hos and doctors at the Ochs ner Foundation Hospital in New Orleans had not had enough time to complete their examina tion of the See Page 8 He is blind and has been bedridden for several The donth of Sailing at the Sec Page 4 Department in tno Joint SovietEast Germany communique Issued today In That communique warned that If the West frustrates The 1957 school age of ftn nilGermany tion was See Page 8 from the Commerce on the basis of a na tionwidc study made for th National Education by the Census Navarro Mills Vote Tuesday Citizens of Coralcana are urg ed to vote Tuesday on the im portant question of whether or not will enter a con tract with the Trinity River Au thority for Lake Navarro In a it statement issued Saturday by CoChairman Sanders and James the people were urged to vote Yes on this important ques tion that determines whether or not Corsicana is to hav an ample water The leaders in the Citizens Water Committee said that if Cor voters approve the the government engi neers wlH start construction this Contracts for acquiring some of the land on which the clam will be located on Hichland Navarro Mills J6 miles west of northeast of have al ready been made by government dependent on and HEADED FOR LongJcontingent on approval by Cor Governor of looks from car which whisked him fromlsicn courthouse at Baton to Southeast Louisiana When Corsicana givns the a mental Talking to the Governor Is Herman green light the re Thompson of the sherffs Long was committed mainder of the dam site will be soon after he slipped out of a New Orleans hospital which he acquired by the government and entered on release from a mental AP actual construction will Wirephoto 1 That Corsicanana are interest In the question Is attested by the fact that 53 citizens had voted absentee when the dead line was reached Friday at mid of a record showing thn ation of the proposed dam and the acres to be covered at floodstage on Hichland and its tributaries are attracting considerable In terest In the First National F State National Me Adams and An intensive persontoperaon campaign has been waged In addition to the mall and past other two of brochures media during the CorsicnnaH part will be one foi i with the Federal govern mo to defray the This municipality will be en titled to gallons daily under the Corsicnnas part of the project will be paid foi orn water revenues withrul Issuance of bonds or tax on Leaders here have been Ing the ample water supply along with the industrial possibilities not to mention rec reational and other City Secretary Charles Stipe issued the following breakdown on the absentee voting by Wards open at 8 and The polls day and will close at 7 Voting places and the presid ing judges are Ward 1 Cc red Community East Sixth Foley presiding Ward 2 Fire Station West Thirteenth presiding Ward 3 county John pre Corsicana Ward 4 presiding Ward 5 Fire Station North Beaton presiding 402 PILGRIMS DIE June Icast 462 persons died this wee during a Moslem pilgrimage t the holy city of Mecca in Saud It was reported today Reports from Saudi Arabia sal the Saudi government attribut ed the deaths to age and ill health of some o the   

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