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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - June 24, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHER LOCAL cloudy and through Thursday with scattered Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 I 12 1 I 80 34 88 88 89 90 91 Complete Weather Xnmn an Market fflHomeofthe OailySunandSemiWeekly Morning LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW June er rteels in govern ments milk CHICAGO light moderate general strong lo 25 cents higher top er steers steady to 50 cents lower top AP TELEMATS 15 JUNE PAGES PEICE FIVE CENTS FiveInch Rains Send County Creeks Ram mg r Britain Wants Summit Talks Despite Geneva LLOYD BACKS HACHILLAN OH MEETING Laborites Back Official Demand For Top Meeting June The British government came out strongly again today for a summit conference regardless of progress at the Geneva Foreign Ministers a stand op posed by the other Western al Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd told the House of Com mons he hoped the recessed Ge neva parley finally will lead to an EastWest thua echoing the views of Prime Min ister Harold Macmillan Tues Echoes Macmillan With regard to the summit I repeat what the prime minister said Lloyd said in a report to par liament on the recessed Geneva It is also my hope that our resumed conference will lead to a meeting of heads of Macmillan told Parliament yesterday that he hoped the Geneva due to recon vene July eventually would lead to a summit conference de spite the slow going to Allies Skeptical The governments stand was backed today by a statement from the labor par which also called for an im mediate summit conference In spite of the lack of progress at Voters Approve Navarro Mills Water Contract See Page 2 Herter Draws Approval Over Berlin Stand June UPI Secretary of 24 State Christian Herters firm stand Western rights in Berlin left the next move squarely up to today In negotiating for t settlement of the EastWest trisis over Herter told the nation Tues day night in a nationallytele vised report on the deadlocked Geneva foreign ministers meet ing that possible areas agreement But he said the Soviets first must back down on their threats to force the West out of West The secretary also declarec there had been no progress to date at the foreign ministers level that would warrant a sum mit conference between Presl dent Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev and other heads of The foreign ministers Russia and the United States will resume talks at Geneva July 13 following the current threeweek cooling off Herter flatly said in his speech I regret to saj that no significant progress was made toward settlement o See Page 2 RIOTHIT MEDICAL CENTER These two guard towers are the closest to the Medi cal Center building at where rioting prisoners were holding five guards as Other guards patrol the grounds fac ink the AP Wirephoto Prison Riot Leader Vicious June 24 de scribed as one the most vic ious prisoners In the entire fed eral prison was identi fied today as the priicipal lead er in Tuesdays riat at the prison medical center Bryand 24yearold and Carl were named as the other ring leaders in the quelled after 16 hours by a bulldozer and tear gas attack which freed the five serving a nineyear term for possession of firearms in violation of federal escape and receiv ed a fractured right hand in handtohand combat with one of the Robert Rosen Rosendahl suffered a severe laceration of the scalp but was reported in satisfactory condi tion today at Burge Hospital in Estimates of the number of persons injured ranged from several to about The bloodspattered interior of the north 10 building bore See Page 12 Seek Reprieve June 24 UPD Mass killer Charles Starkweather stoically sat out what may be the last full day of his life today while his par ents fought to win him a new reprieve from the electric The 20yearold exgarbage who killed 11 persons during a twoday was sched uled to be electrocuted in Ne braska state penitentiary some time short ly after he gets a dramatic new lease Senators May Bare Payrolls June UPI The Senate Committee approved a 24 Rulea today unanimously ri resolution to pub lish the entire Senate payroll on a quarterly basis beginning this The resolution will be sent to the Senate If approved it will become one of the rules of the At salaries paid to office aides of senators are pub lished in the annual report of the Secretary of the Senate in a lump sum The lack of a breakdown has made it difficult to determine individual salaries unless the senator chose to publish his of fice The resolution is an out growth of a controversy over relatives on congressional pay Reporter Vance Trimble of the ScrippsHoward news papers earlier in the year wrote a series of stories about rela tives on congressmens He later filed suit to force pub lication of Senate but the action was dismissed by a federal judge Trimble planned to carry his fight to higher Senate payroll secrecy has been strongly criticized this year by newspaper groups and others who contended the pub lic has a right to know how tax payer money is See Page 2 Tax Bill Debate Delayed June that the House might get to de bate an overall compromise tax plan Thursday faded after a meeting in Speaker Waggoner Carrs office A number of things are still one member of the handpicked group trying to settle House tax differences said Its was Carrs re port on the He added I hope Reports filtering out of the supersecret sessions indicate that at least a token severance beneficiary tax on natural gas will be included in the along with increases in present cig arette and liquor One of the undecided items is the of sales taxes to be in The Senate passed two local bills and then recessed until The House approved 11619 a bill transferring from the cigarette tax fund to help pay for this second special ses Appropriations Committee Chairman said hit show that the 150day regular session of the 56th Legislature cost an average of more than a day for operation of the Legis lature The first special session cost he The House then quit until 11 Hearings continued this after noon before the House Tax Com mittee on two tax bills parts of which likely will be included in any overall tax Carr and other House leaders have made it plain that this is the doordie week of the sec ond special if legislators want to avoid a third special Were aiming to get it out this said Menton head of the special group that tackled an overall compromise tax propos al Carrs The group met until late Tuesday night and again this morning in Carrs If we can pass the bill out of the House by Friday and get it over to the Senate by Mon day that is about the best we can hope Murray gives Senate two weeks and that should bo Price Daniel warned leg islators of the possibility of a third session last Friday after both houses quit lor a long Study Two Bills Well have a tax bill out about L head of the House Tax said His group worked late into the night hearing arguments for and against mostly two general tax proposals HB One of the bills is authored by Frates San who presided at a special compromise luncheon Tuesday attended by an estimat ed 40 to 60 Seellg sons bill gets most of its reve nue from sales The second bill before the tax committee is the administration backed measure by George Hinsons bil i long on natural resource tax short on sales A re ported 47 legislators met Monday night In a compromise meet ing where a severance benefici See Page 12 Son Locates Slain Fathers Car And Killer June 24 grieving son en route to identify his murdered fathers body spotted the family car pass by at dusk His alert ness paid A husky menta sought in the killing was captured asleep in the slain mans The manhunt ended in a road side clump of bushes near th central Washington town of Cl Elum where John Bernard was found in the car The capture came only hour after the body of Vivian Meagh Seattle wa found shot and bludgeoned in desolate hill country 45 mile southwest of who escaped from Northern State Hospital June was also wanted in connection with the pistolwhipping of student nurse in Seattle Monday Frances Idenli tied Doyle as the man who at See Page 9 HARD WORK CLEARED BOSTON Paul Dud ley famed heart special says hard whethe physical or never killec a healthy He also told a meeting at Boston University Tuesday night that vigorous ex ercise and no weight gain afte the age of 25 will save many of our middle aged By almost 25 to voters of Corsicana who visited the polls approved the citys ontract with the Trinity River Authority to provide this mu nicipality with a 50year water upply from the Navarro Mills An official canvass of returns by the city commission Tues day night recorded votes or approving the contract and only 44 As no organized opposition was in evidence prior to the it had been expected by many supporters of the project that a much larger vote f endorsement would be reg Tuesdays Inclement and the apparent public confidence that the measure would be approved regardless of the total may have been factors that aused the lack of a greater asting of The lake 16 miles west of Corsicana will be built by the ederal government which will pay threefourths the The TRA will pay the government Jorsicanas onefourth as provided by the contract authorized in Tuesdays elec and the municipality will the TRA over a 50 ear period out of water rev Corsicana has been allocated by the TRA and the Army See Page 9 Bids Received On New Pickup Deed Approved In a second special meeting which followed one specifically called at to canvass the returns In Tuesdays spec ial Lake Navarro Mills elec the City Commission re ceived bids on purchase of a pickup truck and voted to aiith orize a quitclaim deed to clear a discrepancy in title to lot which the owner desires to Bids on the pickup truck for the engineering department were referred to the city man ager and city engineer with au thority to best buy for the citys Quotations were on halfton six cylinder pickups with tradeIn allowance on a 1950 Ford sedan belonging to the engineering The following net bids were tab ulated Forester Chevro let 1959 Chevrolet Brodie 1959 Ford Corsicana Motor See Page 5 June 23 Bad Day For Firm June 24 The American Insurance and June 23 apparently have had a falling On June a power line at the building was struck by When the air condi tioning system was turned on a fire started and fritzed the machienry for 10 Tuesday another bolt came from the hit the same pow er line and caused the same kind of fire when the air con ditioning The machinery will be out of commission for 10 STATE HOME YOVTH WILL SPEND WEEK FRIO CAMP system was turned LongTerm Aid Proposed Son Of School Principal Shot After Argument June 24 P The 17yearold son of a high school principal was fatally shot Tuesday night In the climax to an argument between two car loads of Police quoted a 15yearold Doy as saying he fired two shots Dut didnt know anyone had been Officers said the shooting ap parently occurred on the San Jaclnto The dead youth was Chad wick Allen son of Mar vin principal of the nearby La Porte High He was shot once in the head and died at Sheriffs Walters quoted John Richard M saying he fired once in the air and the other time I thought I fired over the didnt know anyone had been Allen of La one of six companions of was quoted as saying a pink and white Pontlac had stopped Page 12 Proxmire Asks Five Oi Ikes Aides Be Fired June 24 William Proxmire asked the Senate today to abol ish the jobs of five of President Eisenhowers White House Proxmire contended the five aides are assigned only to lob bying In Congress for the ad the senator said in a speech prepared for the Is morally It is also clearly Proxmire proposed an amend ment to cut from a bill to finance the White House and related and to her use of any of the money to pay salaries of the five While his amendment does not name the five he wants fir Proxmire told a reporter Its language alms clearly at Homer Earle Jack Edward McCabe and Clyde as the ones to Departure of the five Proxmire still would leave the President two men spending all or most of their time on work with He said Eisenhower now has six full time envoys to Capitol Hill plus Wilton who spends much of his time dealing with Almost all the youth popula tion of the Corsicana State Home will leave Sunday for a week of outdoor summer camp on the Frlo River in Real This summer Itll a new campsite for the Home youngs It Is the Butts Foundation Camp a few miles from about 70 miles west of San Bus Convoy The 180odd of By JtERRIMAJT SAI1TH June Eisenhower asked Congress today to place foreign military aid on a longterm basis and shift its control to the Defense ment to end contentious bick These were two of 12 recom mendations for a sweeping re organization oC the aid program made in a 36page report by isenhowers special committee on military The president endorsed the pro losals In letters to speaker Sam Rayburn and Vice Presi dent Richard The chief executive said he See Page 12 just about all ages will go In bus leaving here early Sunday morning for the Theyll lunch at a roadside park about and expect to ar rive at the campstde In mid afternoon Don Jackson has Theyll return to Corsicana a week Use of the camp is free to or character building Jackson and the Home will pay no ts own Governors Wile Quits State Before Longs Attorney Hopeful By JACK BATON June 24 first lady of the slate of Louisiana Tuesday night fled its borders and her husbands fight to regain his executive powers from a mental Blanche whose destination was not was known to fear what a psychia trist termed the homicidal ten dencies of her Earl Her departure was not ex pected to interfere with a san ity hearing for Long scheduled for although she signed the commitment It had been planned to subpena her as a witness but she left the state before the papers were Longs Joe Arthur said today that Longs departure makes Gov ernor Longs return a lot eas She cant sign any more he pointed Of the hearing will have to go As Long the props were being carried in for a drama to determine whether her husband is fit to be gover The decision weighed on the shoulders of Jcdge Robert He has been 23 years on the appointed first and elected three times without The question very simply was Is Earl Long insane Jones will have to answer that Earl Long says he is com pletely competent to resume the responsibilities of his He says he was kidnaped by his wife and He says be has been impeached without a hearing and put In a state men tal hospital unable to commu nicate with his His Joe Arthur spoke out Tuesday on Earls condition for the first time since he was shouting and as a schizophrenic On the walls of Sims recep tion room hang the certificates of office to which Long has appointed him Insurance com superintendent of the Paris Board of etc In Louisiana they adhere to the Napoleonic not to the English common This correspondent went Tuesday to talk to Sims In his The conversation wen like this do you think are Gov Page 13 T fojj take cooks nothers and other personnel to See Page 6 Magazine Says Steel Industry Proposal Due NEW June to negotiate a new steel wage contract moved to ward a showdown today amid reports that the Industry is pro paring a new proposal in an ef ort to avert a nationwide strike at midnight June Details of managements peace formula were It was that it would involve a smaller rise in wages and fringe benefits than that accepted by the United Automobile Workers last fall The auto contract provided pack age Increases totaling about 10 cents an The steel Industry trade maga Iron said a nonIn flationary agreement would be signed soon calling for moder ate wage or fringe benefits unless lastminute haggling and bumbling lead to a shutdown ol the steel The magazine predicted the settlement would come before the contract expiration deadline of July 1 unless present at titudes If no pact is signed It predicted a long anc bitter Fourman negotiating teams were scheduled to resume bar gaining Wednesday See Page 2 Checking Cliff Behind Hotel For Fire Victims June of the American tourists missing In Lhe fire which destroyed the Stalhelm Hotel Tuesday may have plunged over a cliff to their death while fleeing in police said Norwegian authorities called in experienced mountain climb ers to check and rug immediately behind the burnedout hotel where 21 to 24 persons were feared Rescuers have recovered the bodies of 10 victims from the Police said a dozen or more still were believed miss American Embassy officials at Oslo refused to make public a list of American Police said this probably was the only accurate listing of Am erican The hotel contained 147 tour ists at the time of the 13 two Swedes and two Dutch Sixteen of the American sur some still dressed In pa jamas with coats thrown over their arrived Tues day night in Oslo from Vosses trand In the Fjord Rebels Assault Algerian Port June 24 French war planes today bombed and ma chinegunned a strong band of Moslem Rebels locked in battle with hundreds of French troops on the fringe of this East Al geria The planes moved in five hours after the Moslem raiders first clashed with French Com mandos guarding the city area It was the most direct and savage onslaught by the Alger ian Rebels since when the powerful French army forcec the Rebels into guerrilla w fare In the DAWSON GET HEAVY FALL Extensive Crop Damage Slated From Overflows Torrential rains In the Cor betPurdon area caused two miles of track on tho Cotton Belt Lines at Hays creek crossing area to he washed out Tuesday Kind trainmaster and agont for the Cotton Belt and South ern Pacific reported Findley said the track was washed out about 2 12 feet off the The tracks will be lowered and trains can resume he crossing by lato Wednesday A patrolman found the washed out dump about or 9 Tuesday and stop ped a northbound freight train at on the west side of tho lowlands and it returned to Findley sold a work train moved through Corsicana to the at noon Wednesday to begin the repair The railroad official sold an estimated six Inches of rain is reported to havo fallen In the The Cotton Belt tracks spanning Richland creek were raised several years ago and are not regarded In Floods accompanied by elec trical disturbances and in one See Page 12 frfci Xt 71 7rr fff Texas Streams Swollen From Continued Rain By The Associated Tress Flood waters raced down Tex as rivers Wednesday after near ly 24 hours of wild weather over the Tho Trinity River at Dallas reached a foot level about dawn and was still rising at n rapid but observers ex pected no damaging flood In the Dallas Other streams were similarly swollen after one heavy rains and hall storms marked Texas weather through Tuesday forecasters said Tuesdays violent with downpours of up to 8 ap parently was levelling Only isolated or widely scattered thundcrshowers were expected in the state An ex tended forecast for Wednesday through June 29 called for light precipitation with only locally moderate rain in Isolated after noon Temperatures were expected to range from 1 to 4 degrees above normal over the state for tho next five Tuesdays tornado touched down in midafternoon In tho Jacksonville vicinity of East Only minor damage was inflicted and there were no In juries or deaths Police at northeast of See Pago 2 Interest Boost Rejected June 24 CJPI President Eisenhow ers plan to make government bonds more attractive to buyers removing their Interest oell Ing has been flatly rejected by It scuttle the House Democratic was learned The decision to presidents proposal was reach ed Tuesday at a secret caucus of House Ways and Means Com mittee Speaker Sam Rayburn and House Democratic leader John McCormack Treasury Secretary Robert B who is leading tho fight for Eisenhowers met with the full Ways and Means Committee but would say nothing to newsmen Chairman Wilbur Mills CD said Anderson would meet with the committee again Members refused o say whether Anderson had been told to submit alternative legis but some said It should have been clear from the start that the presidents plan would be The 10 Republicans on the a5medter committee were understood to be solidly behind the president on the Interest The request to wipe out the current limit of 4 14 per cent interest on government bonds was part of a threebill financ ing package submitted by Eisenhower two weeks The House quickly passed and sent to the Senate Eisenhower request for an increase in tho national debt It would permit the debt to rise to 29S billion The ceiling now is 283 billion The third proposal to elimi nate the per cent interest ceiling on government savings bonds was stalled behind the more controversial request to wipe out the interest barrier on the regular The administration said Con gress must wipe out the 4 11 per cent celling on lionds ma turing in more than five yearn because buyers can get a better return on other it forces the treasury to resort to shortterm securities which have no Interest ceiling The administration says this feeds Democrats argue that removi the interest ceiling on long m bonds would be just as They say all In terest rates would follow gov ernment bonds produce a new upward and round of In Atom War A Navy scientist told a congressional atomic sub committee that a heal thier human race might emerge from the genetic damage of a big Hbomb Robert Newell of the Naval Radio logical Defense San Francisco Laboratory at said mankind would cleanse Itself gradually of the hereditary defects caused by the radiation from a nu clear The less strong would die he leaving the most Medical Care The House Ways and Means Committee announced It would hold five days of hearings starting July 13 on a laborbacked bill to provide medical care for per sons 65 and The program would be financed by heavier Social Security taxes on work ers and their Tha See Page 2