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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - June 26, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL cloud iness and warm through Saturday with scattered showers and Thermometer Readings 81 9 I 10 I 11 I 12 I 1 2 79 83 85 1 87 88 90 92 Complete Weather Report on Market Homtof iht Daily Sun and Morninrf Light LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS 17 JUNE PAGES MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW June er rally corporates mill CHICAGO late moderate light to 50 cents lower top Cat enough slaughter steers on sale for a market PKICE FIVE CENTS ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Police and firemen search the wreckage of homes In after a large trailer truck loaded with oats traveled downhill out of control for two miles and then smashed in to three Three persons died and four others were AP Wirephoto Kill June 26 Transworld Airlines Jetstream Constellation en route to New York and Chicago burst apart in a violent thunderstorm and crashed near here killing an estimated 71 Officials said the plane car ried 59 9 crewmem bers and probably 3 TWA of All aboard were First reports indicated the fourengine airliner was struck by It split in two shortly after takeoff from Mal pensa 30 miles north of Milan in the Dolomite Moun tain The plane Flight S91 start ed its flight in Athens and was en route to Paris for a stopover before continuing to the United It was the worst civil avia tion disaster this The worst previous crash in 1959 was the crackup of a Lockheed fourengine Electra at New York 2 in which 65 per sons TWA said the crash tonight was the first accident in TWAs International Service since TWA calls its Constellation planes They are conventional fourengine not Fire brigades from Arsizio and Gallarato were en route to the TWA officials from Milan raced to the 12 miles from the airport where rescue work ers confirmed there were no Charred bodies were scattered around the they The first rescue workers on the scene dug out the bodies of a child and two The body of the shattered See Page 9 June 26 Fast Senate action has au thorized a seven billion dollar increase in the national to a peacetime record of 295 billion With equal the Treas ury announced less than an hour later Thursday it would take advantage of the new debt ceiling by borrowing five bil lion dollars in new cash early next Usual Senate procedure was pushed aside for the House passed measure after Lyn don Johnson of Dem ocratic said the Treas ury was holding up action on a big refinancing operation until the new ceiling was Barry Goldwater R voiced the only opposi tion vote He said the government ought to practice more If Congress had not the present temporary 286 billiondollar limit would have dropped to the permanent 283 billion limit next the start of the new fiscal The debt varies from day to day and now ranges around 286 billion The Treasury said the big borrowing operation will raise enough money to take care of the major part of its cash needs through It said some additional cash borrowing See Page 2 pie Working y Papers NEW June persons work on daily newspapers in the United States and Editor and Publisher magazine said The trade periodical said a special census of industry was taken for Editor and Publish ers 75th anniversary It said 93 per cent of the morning and evening newspapers and 98 per cent of the Sunday papers listed in E and Ps international year book responded to the They represented 96 per cent of total Editor and Publisher said said that for the first time in the history of the fivebillion dollarayear newspaper busi ness the spread of jobs by de partments was Of the total employment on 43 per cent worked in the mechanical de partment 15 per cent in editor ial 14 per cent in circulation 12 pec cent in advertising 1 per cent in promotion and the remainder in other depart The percentage in Canada was slightly lower in department and See Page 9 QUICK MOVES OF REVENGE EXPECTED r NewlyNamed Officials Drop Pending Charges By JACK FOX June Earl who claimed he was shanghaied into a mental took mat ters into his own hands today and won his release by firing the two men who ran the hos Axe Is Swift The 63yearold Long dropped the axe swiftly on the two of ficials just before he was to ap pear at a hearing before a dis trict judge In a public school gymnasiumauditorium that had been hastily set up as a court When freedom a giant roar went up from the crowd that was packed into the swel tering confines of the auditor The embattled who has insisted since he was first rushed off to a Texas in stitution that he is not a schizo phrenic paranoic with a persecu tion leaped to his feet and waved his hands over his head in Observers familiar with the earthy and rambuctious politics of Louisiana predicted there would be all hell to pay in the camp of Longs enemies now that he Is a free man and gov ernor in fact once You wait and Long cracked at See 2 Two Killed By Runaway Truck In California June runaway furniture its flaming brakes useless roared down a long grade on a main highway Thursday night striking another truck and three one of which caught fire and California Highway Patrolmen said two persons were killed and eight other persons were injured two of them Witnesses said the loaded furniture driven by Robert of Lake slammed into the rear of a car driven by Robert 18 of knocking it off the road 99 at the Grape vine station 30 miles from here down a 200foot James was burned Young received minor The truck next hit a car driv en by Bobble of Los who was not and then struck the rear end of the third The third car apparently was driven by Abbie Norah of she and her Mary Nell Wen were killed when their car was pushed into the second caught fire and Northbound lanes of the main northsouth route were closed for three hours while the wreck age was cleared Officers said Janes truck brakes ap parently failed about three miles Industry DEMOCRATS FEEL VETOES ON FARM BILLS HELPFUL June 26 bill which would have were and a tobacco NEW June David president of the Steelworkera to day refused to hold further ne gotiations with an industrywide He asked the 12 major steel company heads involved In strike threat to IKE JOINS QUEEN FOR CEREHO Hail Waterway As ModernDay By The Associated Prens Heavy new rains fell In parts of North Central Texas meet with him They followed by a day of rains McDonald described a two up to 12 inches that set off flash hour session with the flooding in South and southwest main negotiators this formally as a farcical ed the huSe halfbillion dollar World Wonder June 26 UPI Eisenhower and bill The 12 inches of rain fell on He said the industry had no St Lawrence seaway todav I t V A M I j4 4 j I tf ed today that President Eisenwhich would have frozen price the Briscoe 18 miles offer to make to the union Thousands cheered th howers wheat bill veto had supports at the 1958 Elnorth of whose contract expires at midIdent and the Queen as Yhev handed them a farm issue termed them 70 miles to delivered the keynote speeches ward instead of forward had He said the wheat al The Corpus Christ Weather I the chief executive of the main I Lawrence river from though designed to curb surplus Bureau warned ranchers and steel producers warning would give the sick campers to be on the alert Is running out and call patient another dose of what rising water on the middle will help elect a Democrat to the presidency in Democrats and gome Republicans privately that the Presidents action for a meeting with him Thursday would hurt the Repubcaused hia Queen Spcnks First The speaking do Hcan party in the Great particularly in the Montana and The President vetoed a wheat the lower and middle tonight to produce a scribed the seawav as 1 1 J II tnvt I 1 mag Although the major political the lower Sabinal and thel The text of McDonalds telelniflcent monument to Impact was likely to be confinMiddle and lower Leona rivers gram during friendship of our ed to the wheat Democratbecause of the heavy South is running Soon nations and to thpir JL is leaders contended that reas steel furnaces will have to be in the develonmpnf J w sponsibility to the taxpayers for no campers were T development of North In ittl Will before the scene of the ac By LLOYD HOUBECK LITTLE June 26 Little Rock school board forged ahead with plans today to open the citys four closed high schools on schedule this apparently on a token integration despite warn ings from Orval Faubus of more mob The board met in closed ses sion Thursday then is sued a short statement that stu dent registration would begin shortly under provisions of a state pupil assignment act which could prevent a large number of negro students from attend ing white high The boards action came on the heels of a grim prediction by Faubug that if the federal government forced integration this live ammunition would have to be Faubus also predicted bomb trouble in the incidents of various and a great deal of friction outside the He said mob vio lence might be worse than 1957 when President Eisenhower or dered army paratroopers flown in to restore Feubus said he would not use any arm of the state to help the government this He said he would not call out the Na tional Guard or use state police to help quell possible mob vio Many observers felt the gov ernors statement was an open invitation for mob Faubus remarks came after two major setbacks in his fight with federal government to maintain segregated schools at Little Last a three judge fed eral court threw out two 1958 state laws the governor used to close the four high schools last year and withhold state aid from the school The school board said Thurs day night it would not appeal the federal courts This board is dedicated to the opening of the closed pub lic schools of Little Rock and we are fearful that an appeal by us at this time might be mis interpreted as indicating that we approve the closing of the the board Board All Moderates Last Little Rock vot See LITTLE Page 2 LITTLE June 26 The Raney High practical experiment in resistance to integration graduates Its first senior class The 196 seniors will hear a commencement address by OrvaJ Faubus who paved the way for creation of the all white private school by shut ting Little Rocks public schools against Raney enrolled about 850 of the Little Rock students displaced by school Its doors opened 20 and ita students had a full 180day Diplomas will be awarded by the man for whom the school was president of the Little Rock Private School which operates Raney Even as plans for commence ment were Raney planned for next year by regis tering about students for 195960 The number in eludes most of the 10th and llth graders who attended thi See Page 9 KING June man was killed and 15 were Injured Thursday night when a fiveton truck carrying See Page 9 Gypsum Will Take Over Rock Wool Unit United States Gypsum Com pany takes over the American Rock Wool plant here Wednes July according to an an and no change In personnel is Pat plant man ager for Rock Wool since continues as plant manager and said Friday morn ingno change in personnel is to be here in about folded Orel 35 has come mfljor to Corsicana from Sweetwater y J as office superintendent and is dealers restored the prices of setting up cost and booktheir regular gas to the pre keeping procedures in line evei of It has the Gypsum A native of he joined Gypsum in 1948 and became cost clerk in 1950 at the Sweet Shortly See Page 2 Local Gasoline Price War Now Appears Ended McKinneyDenton continued production of costly immediate wheat surpluses had now shift The Weather Bureau predict ed from the Democratic Coned as much as two inches of gress to the rain from a solid line of heavy The vetoed wheat bill would rainshowcra moving northward I meet with me have cut 1960 and 1961 planting from Stephenville and Palo allotments for wheat growers pinto in North Central Texas by 25 per but given them Scattered showers also fell in the Bowie Additional rains on the Upper Sulphur River of Northeast Tex as were expected to bring a stage of about 25 feet at Naples by In Central the Guada lupe River reached a crest of feet at Comfort early Fri day after heavy rains on both the flrjst steel furnaces will have I propose that we ly make a last effort to settle Eisenhowe our To end I spoko received when ha See Page 9 Heavyweight Title Bout Set to be back in Canada after an enjoyable visit a year Crowd Sweltera The milling crowd sweltered uncomfortably In humid 75de gree weather In which the shone only intermittently through the about three See Page 5 AntiDepletion Benefits Forces Suffer Setback NEW June favorable turn in the weathIinir er led to an announcement by Qd f promoter Sri Rosflnsohn today ld Qucen they WouW hava world weight match between water His Betty and young son have joined him in The local plant personnel con sists of 50 hourly production and maintenance employet while there are 12 office and supervisory Individual interviews are be ing held with employes by Plant Manager Weber and been In progress It was reported the price cut ting was originated by the Mag nolia company and stations when dropped two cents Proposal to scale night was warm and humid down the oil and gas industry s with fog In some places and tax depletion benefits met decitemperature in the low June 26 heavy Floyd Patterson and Ingemar Johan sson Is definitely Although there was a haze over Yankee Stadium during the morning there was no threat of rain that might cause a postponement of the title The weather forecast for to Sco Page 2 followed by all other major were a cent to two cents the any who below began BugsBlamed For Failure Of Discoverer IV VANDENBURG AIR FORCE June 26 The Air Force today blamed small random malfunctions two successive failures In the Discoverer satellite pro and the majors about a week later dropped regular gas to to then on June dropped to and In sive defeats in the Senate The stadiums special nance Committee and the SenUr information said that every ate Itself this thing will be In the committee they were He added he had been adgram whlch aimed toward able to muster only three votes vised by the stadium superinmannccl moons and military re of Paul Douglas tendent ground John Williams RDel at the ballpark were Discoverer IV burned up on Charles U caaes to 22 9 sum vice president of manu Company headquarters for the Gypsum corporation are in Chicago but the plant di rection and operations are the responsibility of the plant man See ROCK Page 2 Senators Open Payroll Dala June 26 Senate voted early today to push aside the secrecy that has surrounded office pay rolls of its It agreed to publish the names and sal and Eugene for McCarthy Dl The promoter said he could the atmosphere sev an amendment not determine whether the miles south and was a crowd of and a gate in in the volume of gas point then put the of ing out that most of their buslmen UP during considoration of the excise The Senate turned down the Last year there were 32 Senate votes for a similar The two actions apparently ended any likelihood of furth ness was in ethyl which was not affected Castro Troops rVdIH4IC5 Girl Explains Tangled Hair KANSAS June 26 but had a myste fl extra 105 pounds of ad vanced the na turo of which was The Air Force claimed at least 90 per cent success with Discoverers I and both of which reached Scientists pointed out that Discoverer II wns the first controllable sat ellite and that it also success fully ejected the worlds first June aries of all Senate ever three employes Minister Fidel 26 Castro proposal thla Prime Douglas carried the fight for has urging the commit cracked down on the loudest tee to in a small a jmlhp nnlv oIrl In Iil U1 I1 Jli Ilirnxir 1 n n A Al nl I fit I1U UI1IJ tflil HI all Office payrolls of individual critics of his land redistribution very large and serious loophole is not a member of the commit See Page S senators have been kept secret aeizlng acresjin the lax Proxmire since Members could make of cattle ranch public their own payrolls if they Castro sent troops to 400 ranches in Camaguey province Demands for opening the to occupy land belonging to 131 payrolls to public inspection He said they had re arose earlier in the year after fused to pay small breeders prof newspaper stories about House itable prices for their members with relatives workCastro acted under government ing for In the House powers to take over property payroll records are available used for counterrevolutionary or from her swimming her though the capsule missed the brown hair a mass of planned recovery zone and was Questioning brought out the lost in the Arctic Spokesmen blamed the ml the swlmjnor malfunctions for failure of vorer III to orbit nnd ex mi ng have crew Im the onlylpresaod belief Thursdays fail one they can practice the hairure also was due to small carry on In our lifesaving learemaining to be Ironed out of the Conferees Get Excise Levies i i Bill Short Of Operating Totals June 26 author of the pending 168 mil lion dollar tax bill said today he hoped the House will put off debate on the measure until That would give the House two weeks on a tax bill and the Senate two said Frates Seeligson of San Anto Chances dimmed the House would take action today on the bill recommended late last night by a House If the Senate does not get a tax bill from the House until midweek the tax load will be shifted to senators at a later date in the second special ses sion than in the fruitless first The time element in the 30 day session again ii para The House Revenue and Tax Committee Thursday night ap proved 128 a revised version of Frates Seeligsons tax It will raise about 168 mil lion compared to 184 million under the governors Seeligsons measure includes severance beneficiary tax aimed at natural gas corpo ration franchise taxes and a 2 per cent sales tax on items costing more than Speaker Waggoner Carr said the bill will be ready when members meet at 11 Another effort to bring the administrations program to the floor failed The awaiting House adjourned for the week A bill permitting state col leges and universities to in crease student activity fees June 26 UP tax leaders balked to day at accepting major tax law changes added by the Senate to a bill to continue corporate and excise tax rates at their Korean War level for another Wilbur Mills chairman of the taxwriting may be the first Hem of Ways and Means Com ness told a reporter the House Previous votes in the House would insist on limiting the Indicate a preference to the adlegislation to a simple extension t i i i ministration plan to split the current tax bill evenly between in a session running past mid ness and natural resources and selective sales The Senate the Senate voted to re peal the 10 per cent passenger stand has been strongly on the travel kill the 4 per cent selective sales tax dividend tax repeal the Carr said the choice of debat10 per cent communication tax ing the bill will be strictly up next yeari and increase federal old age grants 142 million dol Ir the members want to they can suspend the rules and start If the Senate tax debate Or if they cuts and additional old age want to work they granta WOuld throw the PresU can study the bill and start dedentfl bucket out of balance bate after it has been on their several desks 24 he Carr said it is unfortunate million dollars next Mills stand for the bill as that Daniels liberal forces and passed by the Houae waa to be others have not been able to expected in advance of negotia get together on where to on SenateHouse differ the costs of See 2 It did not foreclose House agreement to go along with some of the Senate Mills statement was made as Senate and House conferees met to seek a compromise on the tf and on a bill to continue the present law as to renegotiation of defense efore going into the closed door Mills had a long discussion with Secretary of the Treasury Robert who Is against any tax cutting that would cut government On extension of the renegotia tion which permits the gov ernment to recover excessive profits on defense the main Senate and House differ ence was whether the extension should bo for three or four Before passing the tax bill Thursday the Senate re jected two proposals providing for more highway building Congress is confronted with a July 1 deadline on this Unless the bill is signed into law by Tuesday tax rates drop on corporate income taxes and on excises on auto auto parts and accessor wine and The House bill extending them for a year had no other In votes taken after the Senate rejected both Eisen howers proposal for a gasoline tax and an alternative Democratic plan to prevent an eventual heavy cutback In the big Interstate highway The result wns to throw in question whether any action would be taken to keep the pro gram on schedule for the years Both the rejected amendments would have provided more mon ey for tho special highway trust fund from which federal granta are Four other amendments to the tax extender were all of thorn stronply opposed by the It was expected at least BO me of them would bo thrown out in conference some House lead ers had Indicated they would give a cold reception to any Senate The four were Sponsored by George See EXCISE Page S j V   

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