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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - June 25, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL cloudy and warm through Friday with scattered show ers and Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 84 86 88 84 86 Weather Report on Market HJHemeof Vnt OaMy SunarelSemiWeekly Morning CEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW June er rally govern ments trading CHICAGO scattered slow commercial de light Steady to 25 cents higher top Cattle Slaughter steers steady to weak top AP TELEMATS 16 JUNE SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENTS Senate Votes End Communications Levies ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Texas Solons Trying To Avoid Third Session I COMPROMISE BASIS NOT YET SIGHTED Senate Recesses For Week House To Meet Friday June 25 UP head of a special House tax compromise committee said to day that the door is not shut on a giveandtake bill that would avoid a third special All of you were elected as politicians but there is nothing in the rules that says you can1 start acting as said Menton Murray of Har head of the 16member compromise group picked by Speaker Waggoner There must be some give and Continue Effort Murray told the House thai although the compromise group broke up Wednesday nigh without any further scheduled meeting there are still com promise efforts being We dont want another call ed he Thats why we are trying to get The Senate met briefly then adjourned until I had no pending The House talked brief about Price Daniels re marks concerning the added daily to the eventual tax bill but took no It ad journed until 11 Friday Some Agreement The compromise committei was in perfect agreement on 7i or 80 milion dollars of a taj Murray We did no agree on the two big issues sales taxes and a severance ben See Page V More Witnesses Delay Decision On Tax Routes June A House tax committee show down on sales tax gas tax legislation was delayed again Witnesses waiting to testify are insisting they want to tell their tax Two important general tax f measures have been before the committee for three straight The 21 committee mem bers have held long afternoon and night sessions in an effort to complete hearing testimony before choosing or maybe of the measures for House probably Were still trying to get through this but it looks like now a vote on the bills cant be taken before this said Ramsey of At 10 15 more witness es remained to be Responsibility shifted to the committee Wednesday night when a special 16man com promise group directed by Speaker Waggoner Carr broke up without I look for the tax commit tee to vote out a bill Thurs Carr said That means we could have the bill See TAX Page 12 House Panel Denies Underground Shelter Funds Parks Explains PupilPlacement FATHER AT SUED AT 100 who is 100 years is being sued for sep arate He became a father when he was 86 and his wife There are six children now and Carrizales has asked a Des Moines court for custody of the children and a part of his social security pay AP Wirephoto Corsicana Units National Guard Leave Sunday June Corsicana based units of the Texas Nation al Guards 36th Division leave by motor convoy for anothei twoweek training period North Fort Involved in the move will be the men and officers of the First Howitzer 133rd Artillery and Company Second Battle Group of the 143rd Infantry Gaston command the former and Ed Hamil ton the Advance Units Advance detachments of both units left Thursday morning to set up mess and training faci See Page 12 Rain Postpones Fight To Friday NEW June 25 UPI Floyd PattersonIngema Johansson heavyweight titl fight today was postponed fron tonight to Frday night becaus of rain and wet grounds a Yankee I consulted with the York boxing commission an the people at Yankee promoter Bill Rosensohn sale The infield was very mudd and in deference to the pub lie we have postponed the bou until tomorrow If con ditions remain the w will decide about the alternat date Corsicana public schools are mbarking on a program of upil grouping on the element ry school level effective Sep ember but the system is not et prepared for an allout bility grouping program ex ept at the junior high and igh school Actually the new program for lementary pupils is more of a istributive program than a It is vigorously mphasized by the administra ion that the program will not Runaway Truck Kills Three And Damage Heavy June 25 loaded grain truck an out of control Wednesday night down a curving smashed into an automo then jumped a curb and jlowed through three Three persons were dead our others three homes destroyed and the ruck and automobile demon Police found parts of thp trucks transmission and JiioYialf iiiiles the scenic drive from the spot where the its load of oats scatter finally lunged to a halt par tially inside the third home it Officers said truck driver Ralph of Ellendale apparently lost the tranB nlsslon when he tried to shif Page 12 Chamber Drive Is Mopping Up The Chamber of Commerce membership and finance cam paign committee Thursday be an a mopping up operation to lose out the loose ends of the drive to raise the by which the budget had been in creased over Manager Dick Knight advis ed the workers that total mem berincreases over 1953 had thus far amounted to which the panel members avowed was excellent but on the other hand he advised there ha been a shrinkage of due to several and two or three incidents where bus nesses which carried substantia memberships had been sole to other business firms of th same type and this left the mat ter in doubt as to whether thi Chamber could still expect t receive the same money it ha before the mergers About 10 new prospects wen listed for the workers alon See Page 7 e one in which slow students re separated from the fast This is done at the unior and senior high ut administrators are not yet that it on the would be elementary balance distribu onvinced uccessful Current Criteria The new approved jy the board of will ive utmost consideration to he following criteria boys ind girls should be divided as as possible among maintaining also of alphabetical considerations should ie given to twins and othei brother and sister situations vhen in the same equa distribution of children with special problems such as physical extreme y slow learners should not al ie grouped nor shoulc See Page 7 MassKiller Starkweather Is Executed June 25 killer Charles Stark calm end selfcontroll ed to the paid with his life oday for a brutal blood letting 17 months One Ironic hitch marked the electric chair execution The prison physician who was to have pronounced Starkweathei suffered a heart attack and was stricken just a half hour be fore the midnight Al ternates carried The finale to the story of the neerdowell exgarbage haul er blamed for 11 knife and gun killings came at m Page 6 Soaking Rains At San Other Sectors By The Associated Preits A nearcloudburst of 71 inches of rain caused severa families to leave their home at 33 miles southwes of San Antonio early Thurs Electric and telephone serv ice were disrupted at the Me dina County The rains started at Wednesday and continued in termittently throughout the Gauges at Devine measure from to Th See Page 6 June 25 House Appropria ons Committee today refused resident isenhower funds to uild the first of eight under round centers from which to un the government in event of n enemy atomic In a surprise it rejected subcommittee recommenda on that it provide to uild two one near Den and the other pre umably at Harvard University ear The committee took the action n approving a sup lemerital money mostly for pace activities in the fiscal year tarting July The total was or per cent ess than the president had re The successful drive to deny unds for the war centers was ed by the committees economy presumably on the theory hat approval of the presidents equest would set a precedent or building the remaining The president had asked for to start work on the Denton The subcommit ee boosted the funds to 00 so the government could tart on two But the ull on a motion by Jamie Whilten D knocked out all Overturning a second subcom mittee the See Page 9 Major County Creeks Hearing Record Height Chambers and Richland creeks on the upper watersheds were Thursday morning de spite the Thursday morning that fell in the but he major streams were excep tionally high and still rising near where they The two streams join in southeast Navarro county and continue through northeast Free stone county as Richland until t empties into the Trinity river a short distance downstream from the Highway 287 rossing between Eureka and ayuga on the CorsicanaPalcs tine At Jones the crossing between Eureka and water was higher than in many months and still rising near where the swollen cn ers it was Eureka received an inch rain Thursday morning and that added to about a fiveincher he previous Chambers was reported still rising at the 287 crossing southeast of with the water three feet from the top of the See Page 12 Long Smuggles Plea To People By JACK FOX BATON June 25 UPI Earl Long ap pealed to the people of Louisi ana in a smuggled tape record ing Wednesday night to pray him out of the mental hospital into which he said he was rail roaded by his jealous wife and ambitious Russell Political observers speculated the colorful meandering stump type broadcast on radio stations throughout the might draw thousands of politi cal supporters to the Covington Junior High School basketball court where Long will appear for a district court habeas cor pus proceeding His Blanche whom he bitterly accused of con spiring with his political ene fled the state Tuesday in dicating she would make no fur ther effort to force mental treat ment on her Friends said she believed he would be released at Fridays hearing and feared his The court alleged homicidal will not rule on Longs sanity but on whether he was properly committed to the state New Orleans radio station WNOE to which Longs attor Joe Arthur took the original quoted the attorney as saying Long would prefer a sanity hearing to en able him to refute charges that he suffers from mental instabil The station also quoted him as saying that 15 doctors were being flown to the hear ing by chartered Long said I feel certain that having a man like the Honorable Rob ert Jones of this district de ciding my case that Ill be a free man Judge Jones had been asked earlier if he could be describ ed as a Long man He replied I want to make it quite emphatic that whatever political affiliations I may have will never go over into my Long said he had never tried to hurt his political I have never believed in re prisals arid I want to say this I have no idea of im peaching taking advan tage of He implied he was not pres ently governor and said the those of Lether Frazar and President ProTern Bill Actually the governors of fice has been vacant since Long returned from to the state Frazar has refused to act as governor with Long in the state despite a legal ruling that he should do Longs taken from the hospital by was delivered in a clear It wan dered and but veteran statehouse reporters said it sounded like the same old This is Earl Long talking from the Mandeville he started Im glad to tell you good people that as far as I never was in better health than I am In my whole I never was in better health than I am In my whole Ive never been unconscious except when I was Later in the speech he Ive satisfactorily recovered But he said he was 11 pounds underweight after they got through shoving me from one state was in good corner to and put me on stretchers and tyin me and shooting me with hypo Ive been undermined by m by my and m supposedto be cousin Arthu Long in Baton wh means no more to me than th Long These people who wanted t kill the loan shark bill and Rus sell Long wanting to be gov ernor has conspired with m who is one of the mos jealous women that God eve let live on this and reall and truly she has very little t be jealous Ive never told the people o this state that I was a saint o fit to belong to the Bapti Thats why I was f long joining I am a Chri tian and honor everyone els that is a Christian and I hono everybodys religion having th except snake chunkin to do anything they Snake charm ing is a southern expressio for the handling of poisonou snakes during religious service It is practiced by an extremis See Page 7 Solons Threaten Press Reprisals By DAVE CILEAVENS June istic reporting and stinging edi torial comment in Texas news papers on legislative costs this week touched off the hottest war of words in recent history between lawmakers and the There are revived mutterings of These were first heard in January after some lawmakers returned here unhappy because many newspapers fought and Veto Menaces BudgetPiercing Health Measure June 25 The possibility that President Eisenhower might veto a healthlabor money bill that pierces his budget ceiling was raised today by Everett Dlrksen the Senate Republi can said in an interview he thinks Eisenhower is so de termined to balance the budget he may well take the unusual course of rejecting the majol money No chief executive has vetonrl a major appropriations bill since when Congress over rode former President Trumans rejection of laborfederal se curity money In view of this Sen John Pastore one of the bills said he doubts there will be any veto But he added he would not be surprised if Eisenhower elects to freeze some of the and not spend Guided by Democratic Leadei Lyndon Johnson of the Senate passed the Mil by a lop SCK Page 7 lelpcd defeat the annual ses sionannual pay proposal in There is talk that the dor riant threat of banishing re orters from the floor of the and Senate to the spec alors gallery may be One resolution pending in House committee would oust newsmen from their present convenient but crowded quarters near the legislative halls to more suitable and spacious offices somewhere This by Bill Stroman of San pro vides for a committee to look nto the possibility of charging newspapers and news gathering agencies rent for the space they lave occupied at no cost for nany The costfree space presum ably has been provided on the theory that the reporting of public affairs In the Capitol See Page 6 CASTRO MUST SOON SOLVE CUBA CHAOS DeValera Now Irish President June 25 UPI Guns boomed out a salute across the flagbedecked capi tal today as elder statesman Eamon De Valera took the oath of office as third president of the Irish It was an historic occasion for Irishmen as they watched a great national leader step out of the political arena and into the nations highest All religious denominations held special services to cele brate the LEGAL LIQUOR COMING TO his chic raider looking on in Oklahoma Governor Howarc Edmondson sings into law a new liquor control bill ending 51 years of prohibition in the Standing is Joe who as public safety commissioner headed a drive to dry up the state before repeal was adopted April Cannon now is legal assistant to AP Wirephoto t NJSWSOM tnltel International NEW June 25 UPI Castros revolutionary regime in Cuba is in serious Government forces have been alerted against attack either from within or without Harvest Ncars End The countrys economic situ which Is going from bad to is the main concern right Some sugar crop work ers will be out of jobs upon completion of the sugar harvest at the end of this When that Cubas unemploy ed will hit near the one million or approximately half of the nations working Six months after victorious Castro forces successfully oust ed President Fulgenclo Batista See Page 7 Debt Ceiling Boost Approved June 25 W The Senate Finance Commit tee unanimously approved to day a temporary increase in the national debt ceiling to 295 billion Unless Congress the present limit of 28 billion drops to 283 billion nex The bill previously passed thi The measure also vaisei the permanent debt limit Iron 283 billion to 285 Th bill now goes to the Senate to indicated quick FBONDIZI Isaac hero of the revolt that toppled the Peron regime in has called for the resignation of President Fron AP Wirephoto Argentina Is Still On Brink Of Revolution BUENOS Argentina June seemec near the brink of revolution to with President Arturo Frondizi beset by continuing re belliousness in military circle a d the threat of mass protests by Communist and Peronist la bor Government officials contin iied claim that the threat t the government had been avert ed by Frondizis reshuffle o his and particularly b the appointment of a leading advocate of free Al varo to head the eco nomic and labor Other sources said certaii high military leaders were fa from satisfied and sentiment in favor of ousting Frondizi wa See Page 12 Baseball Draws Japan Royalty June 25 UPI Japanese professional basebal after 25 finally won roya recognition tonight when Em peror Hirohilo and Empres Nagako saw their first game The Central League leadnf Giants won 54 over the thlri place Hanshln PUSH ACTION EXTENDING OTHER TAXES Congress Must Finish Measure Before Tuesday June 25 Senate today ap iroved a tax bill amendment o repeal the present 10 per ent transportation Without the Sen ate adopted a recommendation f Its finance committee to cnock out the tax on domestic airline and longdistance us The Senate also accepted a committee amendment which vould end the 10 per cent tax on and ither communications services in June Start Earlier The action was taken after he Senate met at 12 hours earlier than an effort to complete action on a bill to ex end for another year higher corporate and excise tax rates which otherwise would expire midnight June The administration has asked hat the higher originally ut Into effect during the Korean War be extended until Juno Otherwise the Treasury would lose about a year in Repeal Not Asked The amendment to repeal he travel sponsored by George Smathors would coittvUia goVefh meAt about The administration did not ask for repeal of the transportation The Housepassed tax exten sion bill does not contain the See Page 6 Union Policy Group Ponders Steel Ultimatum NEW June 25 UPIj decisionmaking wage policy committee of the United Steelworkers met today to act on Industrys 24hour ultimatum to extend the old contract be yond next Tuesdays strika Rejection appeared virtually Union President David Mc Donald said the committees 33 man executive board had agreed at a morning meeting on a rec ommendation for submission to the full 171member policy But he refused to say what it is A union source had Raid flatly that the Industry de mand would bo turned down In its present ob servers speculated the committee might offer u truco proposal of Its contain ing provisions for rdroncUv Industrys proposal for an ex tension of negotiations nado no provision that any increases would be retroactive tn July Neither union nor manage See Rebuff Gasoline Tax H June 25 UPI Congressional oppon ents of an auto gas tax boost stood firm today despite Presl Elsenhowers warning that without new funds work on the vast interstate superhighway would start shutting n next Elsenhower said that without juick action to repleni h the highway trust work on the mile highway system would cease in 36 Hates and the District of Columbia within a Ten he would stop issuing new mlracts dur ing the next three We are on the verge of a stalemate in the orderly develop ment of our vital Interstate road president declared i a statement last critical s atlon This and one which should give great concern to every Ei ihower apoaled to Con g SB anew to boost the federal gasoline tax by a 1 12 from 3 to 4 12 cents a It was expected Congress would not increase the tax de spite the presidents latest plea Democratic leaders in the where all tax legislation must have turned thumbs down on the There was no Indication that Elsenhowers statement changed their The House Public Works Committee more than a month ago overrode GOP opposition and voted 24 to 10 to permit continued allocution of new highway funds this summer de spite the impending Congress then woultl have no alternative but to appro late general funds from the Shortly bufore the presidents statement was chair man Charles Burklry U of this comrnltter said congressional testimony show ed 29 states wero strongly i pposed to any Increase in 10 gas In prodding Congress again to enact the gasoline tax hike he recr mended Inst enhowrr icle clear lie was not interested in either of two al ternative financing plans ad v need by He said they would be unacceptable to One simply would repeal the that 0 highway program be kept on a payas basis and lot work pro ced despite the The other would use existing revenues in the tiwasury to offset the said these pro posals would solve He they would either in crease the size of the highway fund deficit by further postpon ng the payasyougo or reduce the general revenues available for other essential In a letter to Chair man Wilbur Mills of the taxwriting House Ways and also took ISSUP Indirect assertions by the White House that motorists wnnt the gas tax Ho said motorist urn more onrorned over fact that In highway user taxes thny already aro paying re not being used to build highways but urn brinic divert ed Into tho general The president accompanied I statement report on the highway programs status by Bertram high way and copies of telegrams from state high w a y departments explaining their situation If new federal highway grants aro not forth Tallar said that without See Page 12   

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