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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - June 30, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHEB LOCAL cloudy and warm through Wednesday with isolated Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 I 12 1 3 84 88 90 i 91 I 92 93 I 94 Complete Weather Beport on Market DailySun and Semiwetkly Morning LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN 1TED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW June industrials approach record Bonds governments commission house Wheat Mostly mixed late Corn Narrowly mixed late scattered demand Oats to 50 cents lower top steers steady to 50 cents higher top AP TELEMATS 20 JUNE 1959 TEN PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Carr Sets Showdown On Tax Bill TRAIN EXPLOSION cars and a trestle burn after two tank cars of butaine gas exploded shooting a deady blanket of flames over a recreation area near At least 19 persons were killed and many more seriously AP Wirephoto Plane Hits School June 30 UPI A flaming Air jet fighter aban doned by its bounced off an Okinawa schoolhouse and crashed into a crowded hous ing area today with heavy loss of authorities here said their latest figures listed 16 dead and 75 Okinawan police also said there were 16 but said the to tal about with 86 persons No Americans were reported among the all of whom were Okinawan police and news papers said the dead included at least six school Most of the dead were in the housing area located in the city of about 25 miles from and officials were having a tough time identify ing the Four two with skull fractures and two with serious were reported among the Officials on this former Ja Long Replies To Legal Actions tjf panese Island set up tents and other shelters near the resort city of about 25 miles from the capital of to shelter the Police said 150 persons were without There was some confusion on the number of persons in the See Page 2 Books Checked After Banker And Son Slain June 30 UPI Examiners today check ed the records of a bank whose president apparently fatally nhot his cashi killed The bodies of the father and were found in the Lowrj Btate Bank Monday by a tele phone operator who thought a first there had been a Stanley was slump ed in a chair at his office desk a bullet hole in his head and a caliber revolver lying on June Earl Long was ack in Louisiana today and fil ed an answer to a seperation suit by her the gover who is suffering from a nervous and heart She charged that threatened her so that she had to take steps to protect her she she s afraid to be alone with She needs treatment and I recommend she hire my doctors psychiatrists or similar jong snorted today when he leard about He is in a motel lere which he is using as a tem porary state who has been miss ng a turned up in Baton Rouge last night and had her his Just outside the office doo Billeys cashie and vice was sprawl ed on the He had been shot Pope County Sheriff Henrj DeKok said the elder Billey 1 shot hs son and then commit ted Authorities were unable See Page 8 ftftftftftftftftft Herter Doubts Deadlock Break Huckabee Dies Monday Rites Tuesday life ong Corsicana died in he Navarro Clinic Monday af1 Funeral services were held Tuesday at 2 from the Mc Cammon Chapel with burial in Oakwood The rites were conducted by Floyd pastor of the First Methodist of which Huckabee was a lifelong The daughter of the late pioneer Meth odist who assisted in the erecting the first log Meth odist church in Grantham was an employe of the Dyer Company for many She was the widow of thelate Daily Sun reporter before his death in the late Surviving are a Na than Tupelo three Charles Keath ley Frances Harris and all of and other Pallbearers were Keath Otto Curtis Neil Har and William Clint file an answer to Longs suit for sepa ration last Respondent is without tem pirary means of support during he pending of this action and temporary alimony should be awarded in the sum of per her suit who had at first de nied that alimony was mention later said it had been includ ed in the suit by mistake and that he will amend the suit to get the part about alimony who was awakened at CST by the quail calling in the pines outside his told Paul the psychiatrist who stays Wf constantly Im glad she answered the I want to make it a decent affair and I dont want to say anything against I just want reasonable court proceed I want to keep it She See Page 2 President Signs Bill Boosting Interest To GIs June 30 UPI President Eisenhower oday signed a bill allowing the Veterans Administration to boost the maximum interest rate on GI housing mortgages to a rec ord high of 5 14 per The present maximum is 4 34 per The Veterans Administration was expected to move swiftly to permit lenders to begin charging veteran homebuyers the higher NOT CERTAIN ABOUT REDS TALKS TOPICS Finds Gromyko Geneva Summary Interesting June 30 UPI Secretary of State Christian Herter said today he doubts if Wednesdays talks with First Soviet Deputy Pre mier Frol Kozlov will pro duce any break in the EastWest deadlock over Back In Capital arriving back in Washington from a threeday rest at his was asked IE he expected anything of substance to de vcllop in talks he and President Eisenhower hold with Kozlov I dont even know whether he will discuss foreign Herter After that is not his you Asked for comment on Soviel Foreign Minister Andrei Gro mykos weekend summary of Industrial Security Need Studied County Homecoming Slated On Weekend the sixweek talks in Geneva Herter said he had just finish ed reading it and wanted to give it some more thought be fore commenting at He West Blamed that he found the document to in Gromyko blamed the West for failure of the foreign ministeiv to reach any He said the West must give in on Berlin if there is to be any pro gress when the talks resume July Despite Hertera pessimism See Page 2 Kozlov Clowns Way Around On Toy Plant Tour NEW June 30 UPI First Deputy Premie Frol in chortlin good today toured a fac posed with his arm around sweaty patte sidewalk urchins on the hea and picked up a yardhigh blui eyed doll to take home to h daughter After an 80mlnute rollickin inspection of the Ideal To manufacturing plant i Queens Kozlov rolle off in a limousine cavalcac for to look at th atompowered merchant sh Savannah now being built the shipyard Kozlov was in an ebulllen He posed with a Ste This probably will give a wmte helmet on h in the arm to sales of GI housing which have dropped to a low Lenders have been shying away from VAbacked mortgages because the rise in Interest rates has made competing in vestments more The boost in interest rates will not affect exising GI some of which bear interest as low as 4 per the maximum rate permitted when the pro See Page 2 East Germans Harass Trucks June 30 UPI The East German Communists resorted to a brief slowdown of truck traffic outbound from Berlin today in apparent re taliation for the West German governments decision to hold its presidential elections here Bufthe Reds made no major attempt to blockade the and even subdued their propa ganda this After brief harassing m against the outbound traffic In the middle of the the Reds eased Truck convoys and individual vehicles moved across East Germany in normal fashion as the day wore West German Chancellor Kon rad Adenauer arrived here this morning on one of his rare visits and pledged continued support for West Berlin against its Red Adenauer said he would re main here only until Wednesday by which time the fed eral assembly should have elect ed a new West German Presi But he said he would visit the city again at the end of July to confer with members of the Senate which governs the Vice Chancel lor and Economics ar rived at the name airfield about L same time as But where the 110mile trip through he traveled by commercial air whereas Adenauer arrivj ed aboard a Air Force It was not known whether the wo men traveled separately be cause it was thought unwise to have the two top government officials aboard the same or whether it was due to their recent political The Communist regime threat ened to blockade West Berlin if the elections were held here and the Soviet Union sent notes to the Western Allies Friday complaining that the elections would sabotage pos sibilities of an EastWest agree ment at West Berlin customs officers reported that the Communist slow motion tactics began just before midnight Monday Each car or truck passing through the Communist check point at Dreilinden on the out skirts of the city was delayed for Early today traffic was jam med for 1 12 miles and it took three hours or more for each driver to get Communist permis sion to Traffic going to Berlin ap parently was being handled with normal dispatch at Helmstedt mugging and smiling photographers and looking lik a prematurely gray Not Dame He made th worker beside Daphn an Injection mo put one on Then he asked her if sh were married any children if she ha one an East Germany The nor mal delay at this checkpoint Is usually about 45 Soviet newspapers and broad casts have called the decisions to hold the presidential elections here a hostile act and pro East Germans said he meeting would be convening on foreign territory and that West Berlin was part of East The presidential election is carried out by delegates made up of all members of the West German Lower House of Parliament plus an equal num ber of delegates elected by the 11 state The as sembly is convened once every five years and only to elect a The Communists threatened to prevent the delegates from ariving but most of them al ready were in passing the Communist checkpoints without The presidential candidates are Minister of Agriculture Heinrich member of Adenauers Christian Demo cratic Party Socialist Carlo Schmid and Free Democrat Max what her salary was Kozlovs visit to the plast toy and doll manufacturin plant ended shortly before th doors of the Soviet exhibitio in neighboring Manhattan Bo ough were opened to the pa ing general Kozl came here for Monday night official opening a later visit In Washington See Page 2 The second annual Navarro invited unty homecoming will be held to enter and to some ride antique in the iis highlighted by vo parades and a Residents and former resi ents will gather at the Corsl ana Fair Grounds Saturday for noon and afternoon meals nd Tables will be available for he meals and an ample supply f free ice water will be on The homecoming parade will e held in downtown Corsicana t 10 Saturday and every ommunity in the county will be Another Child opc Victim Of Patient MENLO June 30 mental patient walk d away from the Veterans hos ital here Monday and minutes ater allegedly raped nearby Albert Frederick vas captured by the girls fath r about 30 minutes after the hlld was He surren ered without a described as a schizo ihrenic psychotic with a record f child denied to solice that he raped the girl le said he got grass stains on his trousers while resting in the The girl was examined by a physician who confirmed the The San Mateo county sher ffs office said the patient drag ged the girl into the bushes at Tlood Park and attacked her while her aged 8 and tried to protect Casey was taken to the coun ty jail and booked on suspi clon of he be came violent and was transfer red back to the mental hospital The hospital Dr See Page 9 Chief Justice Argues Heatedly With SHOKT FORM This straw hatted miss carries her own rearview identification as she toddles along Treasure Island Beach at Flori AP Wirephoto article The second annual rodeo held conjunction with the home oming and sponsored by the lentral Texas QuarterhoiBe issociation will be held Friday nd Saturday nights at 8 t the Fair A rodeo parade will be held t 5 Friday in downtown A feature of the rodeo will bi he crowning of the rodeo queen Saturday night John commlsslone if Precinct is chair man of the homecoming thi Other persons on the plan nlng committee are Arthu Doc Boldin and Pete ODanle Corsicana Newton Cor iet Tom Purdon Bill and Dick Cop Invitations to numerous form See Page 2 Four Deficits In Six Years Ikes Record June 30 Uncle Sam today winds up h 1959 fiscal year with the big jest peacetime budget deficit o The exact amount of re nk wont be known for severa President Eisenhower forecas a deficit of in h January budget message to Con Budget Director Mauric Stans told a Senate comml tee last week the figure may b several hundred million dollar A smaller deficit would mea that tax revenues have exceede the 68 billion dollars predlcte In There Is lltt chance that spending will shaved if below th budget message figure of In any the deficit w be more than twice as big i any previously recorded The old peacetlrr high was in th fiscal year ending June 193 ivhen government spending wa Increased to offset the depre The alltlme high defic was about 57 12 billions in fl See Page 2 Strauss Leaves Cabinet Place June 30 UPI The White House t day announced the formal resi nation of Secretary of Commerc Lewis effective the end of business President Eisenhower accep ed the resignation with perso al sadness and the resolute co vlction that charges again Strauss during the Senate batt over his confirmation we totally Under Secretary Frederic Mueller will take over as actin secretary pending the nomln tlon of another June 30 UPI Pressure built up in ongress today for legislation to rovlde the governments indus ial defense program with a rstem of security The Supreme Court ruled Mon ay that security measures tak i in private factories in the ast are without legal authori atlon of either Congress or Kenneth Keating R said in a Senate speech oday that the court ruling mounted to a serious chal enge to The result s a situation which cries out or action by Congress ant rompt he The same feeling was express d by Karl Mundt R DJ He said Congress should tudy the matter and try to rame legislation to protect ou country from enemies wh might endeavor to subvert Several other senators joine n the demands for legislation The court ruling left the govern ment with no means of taking against possible security risks among three million work ers in private plants doing de tense Other congressional develop ments Farm The House passed compromise bill providing See Page 2 Steady Rise In Traffic Deaths Now Alarming June 30 UPI The National Safety Counc reported today that traff deaths increased for the fift straight month in The council said the alarm g figures point to a 195 death toll significantly hlghe than in It said the toll this 13 940 from January through Ma was especially staggering no on the eve of the Fourth July holiday when hundreds of motorists are ex pected to In the last twoday fourth of July weekend in a total of 271 persons were killed on the nations The council said May traffic deaths increased by 8 per cent over There were fatalities this compared to in Seventeen states reported lower death tolls in the first five months of 1959 than In the same period a year Alas ka showed a 29 per cent de Louisiana reported highway deaths off 19 per Minne sota and Wyominlng The biggest decreases report cd by cities of more than 000 population were 60 per cent in 56 per cent in 53 per cent In 50 per cent in and 41 per cent in Texas See Page 2 1HIL WIEDEMANN New Red Cross SSaii Elected At Annual Meet Phil manager of Southwestern Bell Telephone Company was elevated Monday from vice chairman to chairman of the Navarro County Red Cross at the annual mem bership meeting by 27 He succeed ixtirlngr man George assistanl vice president of the State Na tional by virture of contributed one dollar or more to the and directors ac cepted the slate of officers and directors as submitted by the nominating committee comprls ed ot Embry Buc Morton and Halsey Named to serve with Chair man Wledemann were Louis Gibson as vice Mrs Joe Tekell as secretary am Wallio the lat ter two being Electee to threeyear directorships were Suttlo Mrs Jack Wayne Bru ner of Bill Gillen o Blooming Mack Craw ford of Frost and Jim Stephen Elected to serve out two year unexpired terms of threi directors who dropped off thi board were Lewis Georgi See RED Page 8 Thumbs Down Signals Urged SAN 30 Police Chief Tom Cnhlll him asked San Franciscans to turn thumbs down on snmrfc alcck drivers over the Fourth of July Ciihill said the Pollen slogan IN thumbs down means dont clown and that If enough people give tha sign of ll8 approval to naughty drivers maybe theyll get the Idea and SAYS HOUSE MUST NEET STATE HEEDS Some Members Predict Rough Floor Battles June 30 ff The House went to work today on a major 184 million dollar tax Speaker Waggoner Carr said representatives will work until they pass or kill Must Write Bill He told the House no com promise bill Is add ing Its going to be your respon sibility to write a tax I propose we go at it slow and There should be 100 mil lion dollars easily agreeable I because those taxes have passed I the House and Those fields of controversy an must be written by a najority vote of this e Nobody Agrees Members predicted a rough loor fight on the tax jouls Dugas of Orange said You cant get anyone to agree o the time of The first killed an attempt to get representatives ack to work on the House Tax Committee substitute It had een stripped of a 72 million dollar 2 per cent sales tax on terns costing more than Then the House started debate on another substitute by Tratcs Seeligson to raise includes er cent oaleei tax provision but exempts farm machinery and See Page 9 NoTax Bloc Appears Larger In Legislature June has been said In the three ses sions of the Legislature about a notax bloc stopping passage of a general tax voting records show only nine house members have voted against all tax Other representatives have at one time or another voted for a tax the no tax bloc may be We are beginning to believe there are 23 House members who will vote for no tax bill at said Harold Parish of after checking tax votes of the 56th At Saurdays frantic House session 18 members voted against both of the overall tax propos Of the 18 only 11 voted against the first general tax bill ap proved by the House in the reg ular Only 10 of them voted against the Houseapprov ed bill of the first special ses All 18 voted against accept ance of the compromise offered by a joint committee that tried to iron out differences between House and Senate That vote actually Is the only time See Page 2 Compromise Measure Ready Nixon Book Irks Warren DES June 30 UPI Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren took angry exception to a biography of Vice President Richard Nixon and called the biographer a damned the Des Moines Register and the Minneapolis Tribune said today in a copy righted RegisterTribune Washington correspondent Clark Mollenhoff said Warren argued heatedly with Author Earl Mazo Mazes Richard Nixon A Political and Personal Por Mollenhoff said the two met at a cocktail party Sunday night and Warren told Mazo he believed the book was written to promote the presidential candidacy of Mollenhoff said Mazo replied that he resented this slur or his integrity as a reporter and the direct charge that I have prostituted Mollenhoff said the chief ustice especially objected to a passage indicating Warren op posed Nixons election to the Senate in 1950 and imply ng Nixon won despite opposi tion by at that time the major political figure in Cali I dont care what you write about Nixon as long as you dont try to build him over my Warren was quoted by who was present at the party in the apartment of Bernard Washington correspondent for the Denver Post You are a damned Mollenhoff quoted Warren as It is a dishonest account to promote A Washington corres pondent for New York denied Warrens Mollenhoff and said he had tried to write factual Mazo said he had Interviewed hundreds of Mollenhoff including some of your best I tried to talk to you and you wouldnt see You were one of only four people of consequence who re fused to see Warren explained he did not see reporters because he con siders himself to be withdrawn from the political Mazo asked Warren If he had read the Mollenhoff said and the chief justice said he ha read only reviews and an excerpt reprinted in a recent issue of Look Mazo suggested Warren shoulc read the entire book before criticizing it Mol lenhoff June 30 UP An unofficial House compromise committee tax bill to raise to solve the states fi nancial problems may be de mted Menton chair man of the 17man compromise committee named by Speaker Waggoner said We may offer it in floor de After 10 to 11 compromise members agreed to the mea sure last Carrs compromise committee suffered its second major flop Monday night with some mem bers refusing to Tony Korioth of Sher man said only Ram sey of Beckvllle definitely voted Ramsey is head of the House Revenue and Taxation He refused to yield on any severance beneficiary gas Don Kennard of Fort Worth Price Daniels program calls for a 3 per cent of value severance beneficiary tax aim ed at pipe line Tenta tively agreed to by most o Carrs compromise was a mills per 1000 cubic feet tax on enteri pipelines Thats about 14 of a cent to also The recommended severance encflciary is equivalent to about a 2 per cent production lax The compromise eft out Daniels fallback fca where producers will pick ip the tab If the provision Is ruled Carr said his unofficial com mittee worked hard and no one person was to blame for the failure to He verified Ramsey would not yield on the gas adding Others were as unyielding as be in other On final confusion hit the Most said de finitely yes Ramsey definitely no Max Smith of San either no or not voting and many I guess If my vote makes the I have never seen any situa tion like Kennard said Its Heres what Korioth said the compromise package contains Motor boats and mo tors per cent Bales tax to raise Only motor ve hides are taxes now but at a per cent Cigarettes Increasing the ax from 5 to 6 cents a pack o raise Cigars and other straight 25 per cent to raise J23 excluding Liquor and wine by increasing from to a gallon the tax on liquor and doubling the 11 cent wine Radios and television by including high fideli ty equipment and parts under he present per cnnt sales tax on radios and television 10 per cent ex cise tnx on local telephone It will replace the federal tax which hn3 been repealed effec tive June and will raise an estimated 24 million per cent excise tax on electricity and tele graph to raise 21 million dol Corporation franchise by increasing tha present rate from to permanently but under a new formula based only on receipts in and eliminating tha controversial debt A one year 75 cent increase also is   

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