Corsicana Daily Sun, June 23, 1959

Corsicana Daily Sun

June 23, 1959

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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - June 23, 1959, Corsicana, Texas CORSICANAS GROWTH DEPENDS ON YOUR VOTE TODAY POLLS OPEN UNTIL 7 THE WEATHER LOCAL cloudy and through Wednesday with scattered Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 80 81 83 84 1 85 86 j 87 Complete Weather Report on Market BJHemeofthe Pally Sun and SemiWeekly Morninjj CEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW June aluminums govern ments short cover CHICAGO general liqui Corn Lower general with to 75 cents lower top steers steady to 50 cents lower top AP TELEMATS JUNE PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS More Cloudburst Rains Plague Texas Sectors A ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Rioting Mental Cases Hold Guards Hostage IM AN iiiv ojijj Wildcat Strikes Press Steel Talks HOWLIN relly has something to howl That stubborn hen just wont let Trixie into the box to take care of her five of New says the hen refuses to sit w ff ASi The Keith eggs any more and prefers to babysit with the AP Wirephoto Norway Fire Toll Heavy June 23 destroyed the crowded Stahlheim Hotel Heavy loss of life was feared including some of the 130 American tourists visiting this famous western Norway By eight bodies had been recovered from the More than 24 others were miss Police Commissioner Johan nese who flew to Vossestrand from his headquar ters in said that all of the dead hotel guests have not been found Haugland said he had pre pared a list of survivors which he would hand over to Karl Akerman of the embassy in who flew here to land whatever assistance he could to Americans He said the names of the dead would not be released un til permission was received from the embassy in Oslo He said Ihe embassy would notify next of kin of those Americans killed in the blaze Most of the survivors left here by train and bus for Ber gen and where they were to be met by embassy officials Page 7 Commerce Post Lures Knight LOS June 23 Goodwin Knight today expresse thanks to State Republican lead ers campaigning for his ap pointment as Secretary of Com Republican club women join ed the drive with industrialists business leaders and member of the judiciary and legislatur in the state shortly after th Senate refused to confirm is Strauss to the post last week Knight said he had been tol the move was in progress an was interested and would ac cept if the post were offeree Released Spy Rejoining Reds June 23 the man who ave the Wests atom bomb se rels to the was re ased from prison Short he left by plane or Communist East Germany nd permanent residence behind ne Iron Fuchs spent nine years in Wakefield Prison for his He was released from Wake 3U Barracks becoming New College Shop A surplus twostory Air Force barracks from James Connall has been movec eld early under heavy security he as taken to London Airport y Scotland Yard men and laced aboard a Polish airliner ound for East The airliner left London at 56 Scotland Yard used all the trategms at its command to get uchs away from Wakefield nd out of the country with as much secrecy as Home Office officials declined See 7 Watch Inside Killed Shark LOS June 23 onto ege the Navarro Junior campus forming shop The unit is local ed north of the present sheet metal shop Ben W president of the institu revealed the enlargemen plans Presently the shop is being joined and the roof being install Water lines along with ga and electricily are scheduled ti be added The inside of the building i not scheduled to be redone un til the shop Instructor is hired When he is named the build ing will be compleled inside t his Jones related thai th building will be as complete 01 the Navarro campus as it was on the Connally The measuring 3 feet by 80 was split int two parts and transported her See Page 10 large sharks were killed in Southern California coastal waters One had a mans watch in its boat Joe said the watch was badly de teriorated and could have been the fish anywhere from 24 hours to as long as a week or The shark was killed with four blasts from a 3030 rifle about 11 miles off Catalina Is The watch was givn to an unidentified jeweler who took it with him to atlempl to idenlify The shark was 12 and one half feet long and weighed an 750 It was the island and cut BY WARDEN Officials Deny Federal Convicts Food Demands June officers launched an allout tear gas and bulldozer offensive on 108 mental patients at the Prison Medical Center succeeding In freeing five guards held hostages for 16 city police A police patrolman on scene radioed headquarters that the five guards are out shortly after the officers lob bed tear gas Into the besieged prison The tear gas was followed by a bulldozer used to ham mer through a steel be hind which the 100 mental pa tients had barricaded them selves and the five po lice The offensive was launched about 3 EDT today and police said the hostages wore freed at The police report did not gay whether the gaurds were but It was presum ed they June 23 than 100 rioting mental patients held live guards hostage at the prison med ical center refusing to statetheir demands to warden Russell Settle who apparent ly plans to starve them Break Doubted Although geared for any pos hospital authorities dis See Page 10 Baylor Board Names NcCall Executive Head June 23 Trustees of Baylor University today elect ed Abner dean of the Baylor Law executive vice president of the While was requested to remain as president with newly defined The unanimous taken at a special meeting of the gives McCall full ad Herter Skeptical On Geneva June 23 UPI Secretary of State Christian Herter told the House Foreign Affairs Commit tee today that the Big Foul Foreign Ministers conference must show some progress when it reconvenes or there la no reason to have summit Herter told the committee that there is no change in this gov ernments position that the for eign ministers meeting must show some results to justify a summit President Eisenhower had set such a condition for a summit Herter spent nearly two hours in closed session with the com Bee Page 10 New Mysteries Follow Death Of Superman June 23 UPI Puzzling new develop ments today reopened the case suicide of George Super man In rapid succession was revealed his will lef most of his estate to film executives mother hired Hollywoo Attorney Jerry Giesler to in vestigate whether the actor1 death really was a announced hac been taken from Reeves Giesler said he had informa lion that a coroners seal ha been broken on Reeves Bene diet Canyon home after Reeve killed himself a week ago an that had been Giesler made his announce ment Monday as Reeves wl HEARING SLATED FRIDAY ON LONG FREEDOM MOVE estimated towed to The watch was in its The second shark was more lhan 11 feet long and weighed 776 It became tangled in a fishing net and was har ministrative authority oVer all the Baptist schools academic and professional The board thus reversed an earlier decision to elevate White from president to the new post of chancellor and to elect a new The trustees today voted To request White to remain as president with new ly defined To creale the office of executive vice president with full administralive powers and responsible only to the board of trustees for internal operation of the To abolish the office of ad ministrative vice president in the interest of clarifying lines of although retaining the title of will give his major attention to the furthering of the recently launched was filed for probate in neai by Santa Monica Superior Cotir and Reeves New York cat See Page 11 m Stans In Favor Housing Veto June 23 Director Mai rice Stans served notice ti day that he would rocommen that President Eisenhower v to the Senatepassed housin bill it it should reach the Whi As director of the Bureau Ihe I would recommcn lhat he veto Stans decla In reply to Stai said the administration is o posed to quite a number i Ihe provisions of Ihe bill as a proved by Ihe includii ils seclion of Urban Renewa slum clearance and ils publ housing By JACK FOX BATON June UPI Earl Long bal ed a slep further back toward e Louisiana governors seat day by winning a public hear g Friday on whether he is gaily heid as iiarkweather Execution Is Set Thursday June 23 UPI The Nebraska Supreme ourt today net Thursday for ie execution of mass killer harles who was efused a hearing by the United tales Supreme Court only The stale high court acted wiftly in setting the new execu on the fifth now for the Starkweathers only hope for nother to have his go into District Court iere and obtain another slay jefore midnight The ourt said the electrocution of he admitted killer of 11 would between the hours of and Beck filed a notion wilh the State Supreme jourt as soon ns he received of icial notificallon at CST that the Supreme Court refused the The stale high court went into mmediate It took the sevenman court than 20 minutes after the elegram arrived to set the new Starkweathers first elocution dale was set for after he was convicted of mur See Page 11 Last Veteran Making Gains June 23 Waller lasl surviving Civil War showed 1m District Judge Robert Tones signed a writ of habeas corpus ordering the dlreclors of slate hospitals to produce Long n his court at at 10 June 26 for the hear The 63yearold com mitted to Southeaslern State Hospital as a schizophrenic par will remain in custody until he is brought into the But should Jones then rule he has been Illegally com Long will have the legal power to grab the realms of gov ernment including command of the stale police and Nallonal See Page 10 Modern Hotel To Be Erected On Highway 31 A mbderii motel wllh swim ming pool and dining room facl Illes to accommodate conven Jon groups will be conslrucled here by two Waco business men in the Immediate It was announced The 27unit motel of masonry construcllon and modern In con decor and furnishings will be conslrucled by Woodrow owner of WoOdrow Col ley Lumber Company and Roy Powers of Powers of Waco on a slle purchased NEW June conlract negotiations re sume here today in the face of wildcat strikes at three sleel producers a week before the current stcelworkers contract The fourman industry and union teams which have been bargaining without progress since May 5 were scheduled to go into session again this af Strikes broke out today In three cities Idling more than 000 The Pittsburgh works of Jones and Laughlin Sleel Ihe nalions fourlh rank Ing was shul Jones and Laughlin began banking furnaces preparing to close its Pltlsburgh and a company spokesman said the two plants were virtually shut Two other earlybird strikes hit the About steolworkers walked out at the United Engineering and Foun dry plant in Vandergift See Page 7 Survey Shows Navarro Hills VotingFair A fairsized vole had teen registered up until noon Tufs iri the special Navarro Mills election to authorize the city to enter conlract wllh the TRA to assure Corsicana an adequate water supply and pro vide for ils continuous A noonhour check of the five city polling places showed 356 votes had been with the biggest surge of voting expect ed after 5 Polls opened at 8 and will close at 7 The city commission will meet in special session al lo canvass Ihe The vole by wards follows Ward Colored Community TRAIN GOES OFF TRACK NEAR BOWIE Downfalls Near 8Inch Total In Several Areas By The Associated Press Cloudburst rains fell west of Fort Worth early Tues causing the derailment of a passenger train and flooding farmlands and A rainweakened embankment gave way 13 miles southeast of Five of the 12 cars of a nortbound Fort Worth and Denver passenger train passing on the track were No Serious Injuries Some of the 100 passengers on the train were shaken up but not otherwise One crewman suffered a cut on hla Almost 8 inches of rain had fallen in the Bowie area in the past two Between mid night and Tuesday the area caught a 3 12 Inch down A light rain continued in the Area Flooded Streams left their banks and flooded farmlands and high Highway 81 be tween Bowie and State Highway 114 between Sun set and Chlco and Farm to Mar provement today with pneumonia In hia fight He spnnt a good night and is resting said a daugh Willie Mae suffered a re Inpse last week after apparent ly recovering from His doctor said Williams may pull Bowles said Williams had no temperature again universitys 10 million See Page 10 Legislature Floor Action Light June 23 The Legislature saw little floor ac tion today as work went on be hindthescenes to write a promise major tax Speaker Waggoner Carr said he is working to get a compro mise ready for a vote in the House this Price Daniels major tax proposal to raise 184 million dollars in 1960 61 had its public hearing this The Senate met eight minutes and recessed until Wednesday Several bills were introduced In eluding one to allow charging of mandatory fees at state uni versities and The House also quit Wednesday after Sadler of Percilla and Zbranek of Daisetta until Jerry C talked about the governor and the Rep William Heatly of Pa ducah introduced a bill to au thorlze transfer of from cigaretU tax collections to pay the Legislatures current The measure went to commitlee for More than already has been spent the 56th Carr met again today with House members who back and oppose the administrations tax The joint conference commit tee went back to work on the states two billion dollar plus major spending bill for Items causing conflict are high er pay for college teachers and state More than 40 House members met Monday Representa tives said natural gas and oi taxes were the main conversa tion The other topic the governor has authorized the Legislature to consider drew a big crowc Monday It is a bill aimed at keeping Gulf Coast beaches open to the The House Conservation ant Reclamation Committee askec Will Wilson today review a bill fixing the bound ary between private and public beaches on the Texas The commitlee agreed last midnighl lo ask Wilson his op nion as to the bills constitution ality after a stream of land own ers and developers appeared In opposition during a 7hour hear Daniel submitted to the Legislature the matter of re taining public free access to the beaches as an A similar Housepassed bill died in the Senale when lime ran out on the first special John McCall of rep resenting developers who own one half interest in 75 per cent of Padre urged a legis lative commitlee to study the legalities of the proposal for two years and submit recom mendations to the next Legisla McCall told the committee de velopment projects would hampered if the public Is given he right to drive vehicles along he I am leaving no stone un turned In an atlempt to find areas of compromise among members of the Carr said on the tax Whether or not we can reach a compromise remains to e If we we want to et it ready for the House this The House Revenue and Tax ation Committees hearing to day included the administration tax bill and a 184 million dollar proposal by Fretes Seelig San Daniels main lax is abou 51 per cent natural corpo ralion and ulillly laxes and 4 per cent sales It follow the pattern approved last ses sion by the House but rejecte by the Seeligsons proposal include See 1 from ErwlnBeasley on West Highway 31 in the vicinity of the Park Lane Bowling Center now under Walter who inleresled Ihe Wacoans In Ihe new enter prlse said materials will See Page 10 New Vanguard Firing Fizzles CAPE June Vanguard missile disappointed in their latest satellite turned Ihelr alien lion loday lo Ihelr final launch ing The second long a jinx lo the failed to func tion properly Monday on the 10th Vanguard launching at The rockets 22 12 baskclballslze salcllite apparently plunged to a fiery death in the earths An informed source reported a compression regulator In the second stage did not caus ing a small explosion that sent the rocket off 40 Ward Fire Station West Thirteenth 20 Ward 175 Ward and Ward Fire Station North Beaton Army Exhibit Grips Solons June 23 of the House Science and Space Committee went through a gripping exper ience walchlng animals being paralyzed by new secret weap ons developed by the It was disclosed Chairman Overton Brooks D said the actual demonstra tion Monday made It easy to imagine what would happen if such weapons were used against Americans in batlle or in air attacks at Brooks said the weapons used wore new experimental incapa ciling agenls but he did not identify Ihcm The Ar ket Road 1276m between Sun set and Bridgeport were clos Only one lane of 287 between Bowie and Henrietta was open to Scattered thunderstorms put more rain on the ground from Amarillo south to Abilene and then north to the Red A few thunderstorms were re ported as far south as The new round of storms fol See Pago 10 County Creeks Again Covering Lowland Areas Rlchland and creeks again arn overflowing he lowlands as they approach their confluence In southeast Navarro county and extensive damage to crops are Approximately eight inches of rain during the past several days in the Italy area has kept Chambers and Its tributaries on rises but unless additional pre cipilalion Is recorded on the upper it Is not ex pected that levees will bo en City Total Rainfall in Corsicana during the past 24 hours amounted to giving a twoday to tal of according to thu of ficial This gives a to tal of inches in com pared with an average of inches during this month wllh anolhrweek to Corslcanas rainfall thus far in 1950 amounts to 111 LW my said recently it was working tho ral av on a nerve gas which would 2 gas have similar See Page 7 FallOut Testimony Confusing June 23 UPI Scientists told a joint Atomic Energy subcommillec today that fallout in a big nu clear war would be both grcat and smaller than experts had and the nature of Other congressional develop It would be greater during the early days of the but the longrange effects would ue less they The information was compil ed under a new formula by the Naval Radiological Laboratory in If it could change the design of shel ters now recommended by the Office of Civil Defense and Mo experts said that ars JUMPS TO FLEK ROME HOTEL maid Clara Achille plummets past windows of Romes Ambassadoria Hotel after jumping from the top story of the fivefloor building to es cape an early morning Hotel occupants watch from windows as lower gestures as if preparing to catch She first hit one of the breaking her fall sufficienlly lo save her Three other employes were killed and another Injured Atomic early fallout in such a war would be greater than Civi Defense officials had cstimaled But radiation would dissipate more The subcommltlce is study ing the effects of thertnonuclear war belwecn the United States and Russia would have upon the two countries and the rest of the One witness today said the patlern of fallout Is hard to de termine in since it result of the AP Wirephoto via radio from Rome could be affected by the weather Foreign Aid The Senate Foreign Relalions Committee formally reported a 300 foreign aid aulhorizallon bill and urged lhat it bo The measure makes several changes In the mutual security program and provides more mil itary aid for NATO The administration is opposed to a section that would allow borrowing of one billion dollars a year for five years on behalf of the overseas development loan Legislation Senate Demo cratic Leader Lyndon John son said Congress Is willing to meet President Elsen hower more than half way on remaining John rdeied overtime Sen ate sessions In an efforl to clear a logjam of bills before the current fiscal year ends a week from He said the length of the session will depend large ly on how willing the President is to Mike Mansfield assistant Democratic said earlier that the majority al hough under attack from both iberal Democrats and Republl has been successful and vill pay off at the polls again n Housing Democratic lead ers predicted the House would mss send to tho President scaleddown compromise pub ic housing Tho Senate ap proved tho com iromise measure last The administration has hinted it a residential veto because t woul more new public construction than E uhhower States Rights House foes of a controversial States Rights Bill planed two moves to cut out the of the Opponents said they would offer an amendment to eliminate a key provision which would pro hibit a federal law from nulli fying a similar state stalute unI less Congress agreed or there was an irreconcilable conflict between the two If that they said they would try to limit the application of the provision to future A vote on the bill was expected Wed Ihe Ihlrd day of Sea Page 7 ;

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