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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - July 1, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL cloudy and warm through Thursday with scattered Thermometer Readings 8 10 11 12 1 j 2 89 91 93 94 I 95 96 Complete Weather Heport on Market fflHomeoftht Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Mornin LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW July er industrials gov ernments CHICAGO higher ate sell Ing trimmed advance liquida lower with Hogs Steady to 25 cents higher top Cattle steers closed weak to 50 cents lower top AP TELEMATS VODt 21 JULY 1959 SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENTS e Sees Congress Accepting His Budget Views iir Texas House Members Scramble For Revenues STAY VOTED UNTIL BILL COMPLETED Day Is Started With Totals Far Short Of Needs July 1 UP House members figured out new taxes for pleasure boats and private clubs today in an effort to fi nance Texas 196061 They turned down taxes on beer and newspaper Lack Nearly Half Shortly after noon they were still 74 million dollars short of their goal a total of 180 mil lion dollars in new Under a special parliament ary procedure the representa tives locked themselves in the House chamber until they eith er approve or kill the pending general tax The only lunch available to most members were cold cartons of milk and sandwiches Brought in by Senate Recesses The Senate adjourned until Thursday after pass ing a bill guaranteeing public access to Texas beaches except on Mustang and Padre The vote was By a 7551 vote the House Voted a per cent levy on the first sale or use pleasure boats and motors and airplanes used proposal to tax newspaper See Page 12 Hopes Pipelines Will Bay Fair Share July 1 UP Price TJaniel said today will be a shame if the gas pipelines go scot free of any new taxes He said he was greatly disap pointed that the pipeline tax failed in the House Tuesday and hoped it would reverse its 7271 adverse vote before sending a bill to the Daniel in a brief news confer ence confined his comments about the tax deadlock to a written He said he could not at this stage answer reporters Things are in bad enough shape already without making it any Daniel I sincerely hope the House will reverse its close 7271 de cision on the pipeline Daniel I have made my recom mendatloris and I shall continu to work for the job of enacting laws is vested eolely in the At this moment the matte restsentirely with the House where the constitution says tax bills must I hope a majority of the House will be able to meet this responsibility without requiring a thirc special Daniel said he believes hi disappointment at rejection o See Page 11 Fourth May Set New Highway Slaughter Record Of 350 July American motorists may set a grim record for highway slaughter this July 4th week That warning was issued to ay by the NationalSafety which forecast that 350 ersons would die in auto acci ents between 6 Friday and midnight If the deadly pre diction comes It would far surpass the previous record for a twoday July 4th week end a mark of 271 set In The alltime fatality record or a twoday holiday was set uring the black Christmas of when 392 per ons The councils forecast was ased on an estimate that 45 million cars five million more han for a nonholiday weekend flood the nations high ways over the Day I SEE was the first thing 11yearold Jerry Ceilings asked hisparents from his hospital bed in Oklahoma City after he was a bot tle Doctors say in one eye may be His parents and Jerry havent told the boy he will be blind in one AP Wirephoto Farm Bill Sent To White House July 1 UPI Congress passed and sent to th White House Tues day a farm bill which would clamp a limit on price support benefits for big jrowers for the first The which was worked out by a joint confer ence committee after the House and Senate passed conflicting first was approved by the House by voice It later passed the Senate in the same fashion but only after more than an hour of The who had sought some ceiling on price support was expected to sign it into law without un due Except for two escape hatches approved by the con ference the measure would impose a limit of on the amount of government price support benefits a farmer may receive on each crop de clared by the agriculture sec retary to be in See FARM Page 10 Flood Erases Entire Village In Colombia sudden flood strucl the moutain village of Junta early Tuesday while its inhabit ants and killed every per son and animal Only today was the complete ness of the disaster becomin Authorities said 8 bodies had been recovered an that helicopters were trying t find other traces of the village 150 The full casualty toll ma never he The flood caus ed by heavy rains struck at with devastating swift ness and swept entire famllie and their livestock down th Combeima See Page 13 Strikes Delay Steel Talks NEW July Steelworkers staged a series of scattered strikes to day in defiance of a 14day truce agreement between top union and management repres President David McDonald ordered them back to work The which shut down several major steel plants and tied up ore boats at a num of ports on the Great caused a postponement until afternoon In steel contract ne gotiations The negotiators had been scheduled to resume talks at 10 In a telegram to striking lo the USW International of ficers directed the immediate withdrawal of all unauthorized picket lines and the resumption of Management who caucused this morning to con sider the said no parti cular action was planned agqinst the strikers in view of the baok towork McDonald announced his ac tion to end the strikes as prepared to resume negotia tions this morning with man agement McDonald said that district directors and staff representa tives of the union have been directed to implement these telegrams on the He said he was confident that these steps would rectify the He said the union was determined to honor the exten sion agreements with the var ious steel The agree ments were to have expired at midnight Tuesday The walkouts by USW locals idled operations at the big Jones Laughlin Steel plant at the Fairless Works of Steel at and halted ore boats in the Chica goGary industrial But USW International Secre taryTreasurer Abel sent a telegram to Local 1211 Presi dent Nicholas Mamula and oth er officers of the Aliquippa lo cal this morning ordering the walkout A walkout of railroad workers in will force the Tennessee Coal and Iron a division of to close its huge works Smaller strikes also occurred in various x At placardbearing pickets massed at the gates of the plant at bu failed to keep the late shif from This morning the lines were rein forced and the day workers re fused to enter the whicl employ more than said the walkout wa confined to the Aliquippa works where the workers are repres ented by USW Local Lo cal 1211 is a stronghold of th dues protest a fac tion of the union members wh have opposed the adminlstra tion of USW President Me In the sailor mem bers of the USW walked off a least six vessels during the ear ly morning hours and stee company spokesmen said all or boats docked or docking in th ChicagoGary area apparent would be Theodore of th USW Seamens Division Loca refused to say whethe the walkout would spread to a the unions sailors o Great Lakes ore and limeston The seamen also struck a Duluth and Two Minn Eleven vessels were tied up a See Page 11 West Germans Elect Luebke In Berlin Long Quarters Made Beehive By Politicians July 1 politicians hur ried today into this piney woods own where Earl 3eset by income tax and lealth busy run ning for They moved in and out of his Independence Those five million extra cars ill log three billion more he council Added to the 350 dead would be persons in cluding many whose Injuries would eventually bring their the council If the death rate could be ut over the holiday period 0 per 70 lives could aved and fewer people uffer disabling ouncil spokesman The predicted highway toll omparea with a normal count See Page 10 i Death Strikes Children From Varied Angles By United Press International Death struck children Tues day besides a television in baseball and in the vhirling drum of an electric Two young brothers were electrocuted as they tinkered with the aerial of their TV set n the basement of their home at Blen The victims were Daniel Doyle and his 7yearold brother They were the adoptee children of Chief Petty Officer Warren Doyle and his wife In a bolt o Ightning struck down Gar as he crouched a third base during a Littl League baseball The bolt ripped off his cloth ing and dug a sevenInch hole where he It also knock ed down Garys Rob See Page RODEO QUEEN CONTENDERS 4GES RANGE FROM 10 TO 11 motel room like worker some on the business of state run some Sixtyone years separate the of the youngest and oldest ontestants entered in the sec nd annual Navarro county lomecoming rodeo queen con Little Jo Edna Boldin is ten Julia York is But both of those contestants are mighty handy on horseback and will give the other 20 persons already entered a run or their contestants will ning seeking a spot on the Long tick others merely expressing The parade of politicians formed a part of one of the strangest rest cures in 63 and made scores of telephone calls as vis itors came and Although physicians say Long has suffered a series of mild Louisianas chief executive continued his mad pace after A few min utes after state police set up an oxygen tank in his Long bellowed so loud dur ing talk he could be heard his roo ordefedtHeoxy Several Texas Sectors Report Big Downpours By The Associated Press Up to seven inches of rain ell overnight in tho West Tex as area around Rain continued there The 7inch rain was recorded at the Mesquite Borden 30 niiles east of had 2 12 Inches and 3 His doctor was out eat The governor has an asth See Page 7 Hooded Rapist In Miami Area Thanks Victims July 1 UP A hooded rapist who thanked his victims after attacking their In the presence of their hus bands is the object of an inten slve police Thomas Metro safe ty said Tuesday nigh that the believed to bi attacked three white women in seven Kelly called the case fantastic In one the man held up a husband outside his home ordered him back into he hous and raped the 55yearold In the hooded ma stuck his head through a liv ing room window while th family was watching television ordered a 10yearold girl to ti See Page 10 Death On A Fine Day This Ig a true but not a pleasant It Is told in th hope It may save lives during the Fourth of July holiday by re minding auto drivers of the tragedy nml horror that can lurk on the streets and highways for the unwary Names of tin people In this dispatch have been but the facts are ai By United Press International John B wont be piling his wife and their five children inl the family car this July 4th for a holiday as he did las Memorial B and the children are all It wasnt too long a trip the family was making that day fivi weeks ago just across the It was a fine day to go visit B crossed several major highways and rode a short dls tance on a toll but most of the journey was along count They were but Included a number of sharp Around one turn lay a railroad marked by a STOP but no bells or other A train and B car reached that stretch of track at the same The story is taken now by the deputy sheriff who took charge at the scene The man was lying In a drainage ditch beside the He kept crying Is my wife all right How are thf kids T have four children I couldnt tell His wife she was 28 was smashed against an embank You could just make out It wag the body of a A few feet farther away was the hotly of a little Sh was I learned She was still but only for a llttli The car itself was unidentifiable as an It was torn up like and pieces of It scattered along for about 150 feel mixed with parts of The five children were three girls aged 4 and 6 months and two 10 and When we gathered them up we could no tell In each case which was One of the children had been hit In the mldsectlon by i piece of metal and the body was ripped The face of on was The infant was a lying In a crib of Jt was some time before we could figure out how many hai been in the John who is 30 years survived and is now out of th He hasnt yet been able to return to his factory job Friends say it will be a long time before he The deputy sheriff made no comment on why the acciden He simply said It didnt HAVE to happen ie judged by ide a York She ates a ranch 4 inches Vr fell in Dawson neVraW camft front that kicked coo flurry of hundorshowers and unconfirm ed tornado reports in the Texas Panhandle Tuesday night and then moved into North and West Showers were reported on from Sherman through Mid land and Abilene and westward toward El A 2inch rain fell at Wichita Falls Wednesday morning Heavy runoff flooded some stores in Faith on the southwest edge of Wichita Falls rescued three persons f car trapped In high wa a street Elsewhere In West Texat Rotan had a rain Post Jayton anc Paducah Thunderstorms poured Ugh See Page 11 Debt And Tax Bills Signed July 1 Eisenhower haa signed a measure extending fo another year the wartime rates on corporation income and ex else Also signed by the Presiden Tuesday was a bill boosting the national debt to a temporary limit of 295 billion Both measures had to be sign ed by midnight to avoid money Without the new legis the current tax ratei would have dropped their ability to will represent owns and oper just outside the lty limits of Richland and is itill active in ranch She ms ridden in numerous parades but reportedy has never entered n a contest of this Miss Boldin is the daughter of and Arthur Doc oldin of Shes rid den most of her young the stage is set for the queen contest which is a feature of the Navarro coun ty homecoming rodeo which will be unreeled at the Corsica na Fair Grounds Friday and Saturday nights starting at 8 p Contestants will ride in the oarade Friday afternoon and Saturday morning and will par in the rodeo granden On the basis of their per formances in these a judging panel will pick the win ner who will be crowned at the Saturday night All this will be a part of the See Page 11 July 1 UPI Heinrich candidate of Chancellor Konrad Adenauers Christian Democratic was lected President of West Ger iany The 64yearold minls er of agriculture for the past ix won on the second He received 526 six nore than the absolute majority leeded for Luebke will take office Sept at the end of the second n of incumbent President Theodor Luebke was chosen by tho delegates to the West Ger nan Federal which met in Berlin to elect a new resident of the Republic in defiance of a Communist warn rig that such an action coulc nd only in a new Stalingrad reference to the worst de eat a German Army suffered in World War A minor crisis in the election was headed off when It was de cided to give the 43 delegates to See Page 10 Witness Links Teamsters With Dope Traffic Rains Damage County Bridges Navarro countys four com mlssioners painted a picture o washed out roads and bridges the worst in several at a meeting of the commissioner court Wednesday In an Informal discussion dur ing the regular first day of th month the commission ers reported extensive damag caused hy the insistent rainfal this Damage General Commissioner Sammle Saund ers of Blooming Grove calle the bridge washouts the wora Ive ever Commisslone Jack Megnrity of Corsicana wa more conservative in his re port he said it was the wors weather damage he had en countered in two Commissioners John Mahonej of Purslcy and Arlon Simmon of Kerens added their report of damages caused by the un usually liberal Bridges Gono Mnhoney reported that he hac many road beds washed out anc that two 30foot and one 40 foot bridges are still to be re He reported that roa caveins are Saundcrs said he had man bridges dislocated by the over flowing streams but that he hac See 11 A few York Teamster Loca was1 accused today of dabbling in nepotism and th use of nonunion Ivan a federal nar cotics testified before th Senate Rackets tha Local 805 served as the town New York branch of a drug ring operating out of Flor Ida and Other witnesses said the Lo cal paid an exorbitant price fo property at its summer resor in tho Catskill Mountains o New and that nonunion labor was employed Activities of local official concerning the resort wer made known to high Teamste the witnesses bu See 13 Order Warrant For Dave Beck NEW July 1 federal judge today order ed a bench warrant for the ar rest of Dave Beck when th former head of the Teamster Union failed to appear in cour to answer charges of takln from two transpoi Beck was accused of vlolatln the TaftHartley law by acccp ing the money in 1951 while h was president of the He had received a postpone mcnt until today for a pleadln to the Indictment but did no show up In Judge Gregory F Noonnns Says Inflation Major Issue In Coming Campaign k By MERRIMAN SMITH July UPI President Elsenhower said to ay he believed Congress ia winging behind his goal of a lalanced The chief executive told a weltering news conference that he action of Congress in rais ng the permanent debt ceiling 0 only billion about the iize of the present debt was ividenee that it expected fed eral spending to pull into line vlth receipts during the new iscal year beginning Issues Warning The President at the same Ime Issued an Implied warning ef for in military aid for oreign Eisenhower said the joint chiefs of staff had informed him that the administration fig ure was the minimum required for foreign and that a larger would be necessary in fiscal Other Highlights Other news highlights at He stuck to his position that 1 summit meeting would not be justified until Russia proves See Paga 10 against the congressional orts to cut his request Neutrality On 60 Nomination July UPI Eisenhower pledged himself today to do nothing publicly or privately to help anyone win the 1960 Republi can presidential He also denied that the selec tion of Vice President Richard Nixon to open the American Exhibition at Moscow this sum mer was a political buildup to help Nixon win the nomination from Nelson Rockefeller of New The President wag asked at his news conference if ho ex pected to stay neutral until tha GOP nominates Its presidential candidate next He replied that it was too much to expect anyone to be completely neutral in his own He recalled that he had said a number of times that the GOP had developed some able and capable men in their vigorous years and that any of them would bo a good canlidate for Elsenhower then added that ho certainly would never indi cate anything publicly or pri vately with Intention to bring about the nomination of one He said he did not think such action on his part would bo Another questioner said there See Page 12 Kozlov Solve Nothing July First Deputy Premier Frol conferred for 70 minutes today with Presi dent Elsenhower and said after wards that the cardinal ques tion in their talk was world We discussed diverse ques tions during our meeting with President Kozlov said through an The cardinal question was a ques tion of peace and I hope peace will prevail the Good He then went outside the White House in an in terview for television he said The conversation we had with the President was a won derful Among the many questions we discussed was the question of I hope that peace will prevail in the world and that it will be a strong and durable Kozlov clenched his fists and gestured emphatically when he spoke of his wish for world American officials said they understood that the President made It clear to Kozlov that the United States cannot he stampeded or frightened into a summit conference by threats or They said their understand ing was that the President made two chief points in a general discussion of the necessity to case tensions and achieve better EastWest United States still in sists on some progress at the Geneva foreign ministers con when It resumes July before it will consider a top level meeting with Soviet Pre mier Niklta Western Allies will not pull their forces out of West Berlin under any circumstances until there is a final solution of the German problem through reunification of the regarded by many as the eventual successor to Khru shchev wont to the White House direct from an hourlong meeting with Secretary of State Christian Herter on the re cessed Geneva foreign ministers Just before meeting with Koz Elsenhower told a news conference that he would be as flexible as possible in his cold war talks with Kozlov or any other Soviet But the President made it clear that there would be no retreat from the basic Western position about the future of Berlin and Western Eisenhower reaffirmed that the Big Four foreign ministers must make some progress before a summit meeting is worth He told reporters that the Western Allies are united on The President took sharp is sue with Soviet Foreign Minis ter Andrei Gromykos assertion earlier this week that the for eign ministers had made some progress before recessing theli conference until July Eisen hower said he saw no reason to support this Herter and Kozlov discussed the Berlin crisis hourlong during Kozlov an de clined to say whether the talks led to a lessening of EastWest but added that more would bo said about the ex change of views later In the During our Kozlov said of his meeting with Her there was an exchange of views of our respective govern ments regarding the questions under discussion at Herter was asked the samo question and replied only that Lho two delegations had discuss ed the Berlin and German prob The President commented at his news conference on report ed differences over the wisdom of holding a sum mit He said tha Western forelKministers still are convinced United States Is right In insisting there Is no use holding a toplevel meeting unless there ia some decision or preparation by what he called legitimate deputies of agree ments which would give some kind of He said this was the convic tion of the Western foreign ministers when they recessed for three weeks In Geneva June and he believed it Is still their The President made It clear he believes there Is no policy difference on the summit issue between the and British Eisenhower was asked wheth er it was up to the United States or Russia to take the that step to remove the abnor Sce Page 13   

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