Monday, July 6, 1959

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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - July 6, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHER FORECAST Partly cloudy and warm through Tuesday with isolated thund Thermometer Readings 8 fl 10 11 12 1 2 8 92 94 96 1 97 98 Complete Weather Report on Market a BlHamtoHhe Homina I i LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESSUNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW July 6 range very New Orleans CHICAGO higher mill broad liquidation Oats with to 25 cents higher top steers steady to 25 cents lower top 25 JULY PAGES PRICE FIVE CENT8 Chicago Gives British Queen Thunderous Welcome ft ft ft ft r r 3F f tf r r ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Red Chinese Planes Massed Opposite Formosa SABREJETS DOWN LATEST TYPE NIGS New Geneva Talks May Coincide July 6 UPI Nationalist China said today the Chinese Communists have aircraft concentrated at 47 coastal bases along the Chinese all only little more than an hours flying time from The announcement backed up earlier intelligence claims that the Communists were planning to launch a new offensive soon in the Formosa National ist officials believed the offen sive would get underway at about the time the big four foreign ministers reconvene In July Sunday Prelude An aerial dogfight at super eonic speeds above the strait Sunday may have been the pre lude to a renewal of warfare In the all but called off since last October when the Reds lost 81 MIGtype In Sundays Nation alist pilots in American F86 Sabrejets blasted down five jets believed to have been latest supersonic version of the Russian made MIG15 over Sabrejels won aerial superiorily in the Korean There were ho Nationalist cas Most Are Jets The military information ser vice said today that 70 per cent of the planes concentrated along themainlandcoasyrXara It said none of the bases was more than 850 miles from For Page 2 Successor To BenGurion Is Hard To Find July 6 Israel was finding it difficul today to form a new govern ment in the wake of David Ben Gurions resignation as prime He quit Sunday nigh after a 10day row over sale o Israeli arms to BenZvi be talks with Highway Slaughter In Texas Tops For Hation President Izhak gari preliminary parliamentary factions on th formation of a regime to re place the 15member coalition government as Is custom is staying on as a caretake government until a new one i But BenGurion refused to si the caretaker government contending he will have nolh ing to do with the four minis ters from the left wing Achdut Avodah and Mapam parlie which led opposition to th Israeli arms deal with West Ger and refused to quit th BenGurion has no au thority to dismiss The four ministers caused the fouryearold government to top ple by voting against the sale of mortar shells to West Most of them have al See Page 10 BEN MKIE TOM EADY Kiwunians Honor former Officials Two distinguished service awards were presented J Tom former city mayor and Ben former member of the city at the Monday of the Corsi cana ItHttiite Julius Jacobs made the pre entations to the former city and stated that the Kiwanis Club will once a yeai ick out one or more men who ice president of the Fort Worth National presented the lecond part of the The in the past ews have been sponsored by he Chamber of but policy has been discontinu ChildStarted Forest Blaze Out Of Control July 6 forest fire started by a 6yearold boy playing with matches raced eastward on high winds through the Tahoe Na tional still out of control in its fifth day Weve lost it completely on the forest service dis patcher John Bigley Al of dark canyon is anc were trying now to save our forest service radio relay sta tion at Harding Point but it looks More than acres of tim berland have been destroyed so Winds which reached 50 miles an hour in gusts Sunday forced fire fighters to run for their The weather bureau predicUd even stronger winds One hundred men were with drawn from the main fire fight ing line in a desperate effort to save the Harding Point station If that tower goes it wil See 10 By The Associated Press The tragedy punctualed lisl of Texans killed in Fourth of July weekend accidents neared 50 Monday as late reports came At least 47 persons died in ac cidents between 6 Friday and midnight It was a grim contrast to the neighboring state of New Mexi where the weekend was free of traffic Traffic with 22 and drownings with claimed the most stabblngs and miscellaneous mishaps took their Although Texas led the na tion In traffic the vic tims were just under the 26 pre dicted by Department of Public iafety The Highway patrol tried to stem the traffic toll with heli copters and patrol cars while Price Daniel and Jomer director of the Department of Public appealed to the public to drive The weekends worst traffic accident was a headon collision hat killed five near Alice Sat urday all from See TEXAS Page Traffic Drowning Set New Records Conferees On Tax Bill Are Hopeful has added to the interest of Corsicnna bestow thi lonor upon Jacobs also pointed out that about two and a half years le was a member of a commit ee trying to find a worthy candidate for He added hat Tom Eady was right in middle of the When asked to run the Eady said he would think about but indicated he did not want he job because he was too busy with his irisurance See Page 2 Bethlehem Is Normal Monday Bethlehem Steel Corsicana was In opera tion as usual Vice President Zimmer man of Friday revealed that the local operations will be according to present The rotary drilling rigs are scheduled to be constructed and serviced by the Continental Ems co division of Youngstown from Its Houston plant in the future and officials from that company are expected here this week for an inventory of the No date for tha curtailing or stopping of operations in the sprawling four blocklong and one block wide plant on S Highway 75 between Easl First and East Fifth extend ing east to the Burlington rail road tracks has been learned but an announcement is i By United Press Internationa Traffic deathsand drownings et new records for a two da A United Press Internationa ount showed 287 deaths in 171 drownings and 61 rom miscellaneous causes fo n overall total of Non ied frocfi fireworks during the oliday The previous high for traffi eaths during a two day fourtl if July holiday was in 195 vhen 271 lost their Thi revious high for drownings fo two day holdiay also was in 953 when 121 Th igh for a threeday Indepen once Day holiday was 251 in Texas led the states in traffi deaths with Illinois and Vii ginia reported New York 1 and Pennsylvania tenson Doubts Conference Can Aid Legislation July 6 JPI Agriculture Secretary zra Taft returned to ay from a 10day European said he would favor a House conference on farm egislation if there is any ossibility of accomplishing any The proposal to bring majoi arm organizations together at he White House came last week Charles Hoeven The farm groups are harply divided on proposals lo eal with farm surplus problems in an airport tnler did not appear hopefu hat much could be accomplish d at such a But he aid he was still very hopeful ongress would pass legislation is year on tobacco and The secretary is scheduled to estify later this week before he House Agriculture Commit which is studying general arm Committee discourag Bigger Truck Industry Due By ELMER WALZEB NEW July 6 The nations trucking industry has grown to three times its size in 1935 and one of these more of the the big ex days therell be firms listed on Bache draws this con clusion in a study of the truck ing It says the truck ing industry is the largest non agricultural employer of labor with more than seven million employed directly and thou sands more indirectly in truck and The study includes details on ten of Ihe companies which Bache regards as represenla live of Ihe Eight of them are traded over the coun one on the New York slock exchange and one on the Amer lean stock Bache rates the industry as one of the fastest growing in the To date Ihe expansion has been internal wilh earn ings plowed some lillle debt financing and little equity While there are a few large most truck firms are essentially small op The era of the small opera or is coming to a the study These small says the will find it increas ingly if not impossi to operate profitably and take advantage of traffc poten tialities of their routes and serv ice A company cannot operate profitably withoul modern as well as mechani zation of terminal facilities and accounting all of which are Bache believes the fulure will see large companies dominate Ihe Irucklng II predicts increasing mergers and consoli dations among the smaller op erators until all of them are ab This move is expected to lead to increased equity financing by the corporations as they seek additional Thus the number of companies with pub He stock participation will grow and those who already have some degree of public participa lion will seek listings on the recognized exchanges and in crease the shares in the hands of the public both through stock splits and new Larger companies are expect ed to take advantage of tech nological thu reducing costs and increasing profil Bache noles lhat the indus already cognizant of the mportance of coordination strongly believes that coordina tion between Ihe trucking in dustry and the railroads is thi only solution to the country transportation After witnessing some hesita lion while Ihe phenomena growith factors were being di the Bache study notes The trucking induslry is again ready lo accelerate its growl Widening public inlerest in the equilies of this growth in dustry should result in a prog ressively more liberal capital zation of earnings and earning if the trucker wished they could give Ihe rai roads a real run for Iheir mon Trucking companies don have the giant debt load Ih railroads are Jjee Page 10 Six states reported no traffic deaths during the fourth of July They were Del New North Alaska and New The National Safety Counc See Page 10 Texan Among Crash Victims July auto collided with crashed into pole and overturne early killing all five o cupanls of the All wer Navy Patrolman William Barrett the Gloucester City Polio entatively idenlified Ihle vi from cards in Ihelr po session as Kennelh Aj Huberl Lee 2 Clyde 2 Imogene Longviei and Patricia Sue Tom MICKEY FERGUSON NAMED 1959 HOMECOMING QUEEN By CLYDE MURRAY Dally Sun Staff An attractive brunette from Mickey was selected queen of the Navarro county homecoming rodeo Sat urday Miss dressed in black and won over 19 other candidates representing several central Texas cities and Announcement of the queen winner was made as a climax to the final performance of the second annual Navarro county d by President Eisenhowers ecent vetoes of wheat and obacco have indicated hey see little chance for more major farm legislation this Bensons tour included visits o West Germany and He and his wife See Page 2 Three Minor Mishaps Mar Fourth Locally Only three minor highway ac cidents were investigated by the ilghway patrol over the extend ed July Fourth holidays in Na varro it was announced One person was slight y but was dismissed from the hospital after first Noel weights inspec highway investigated an accident Friday near the EnnisNavarro county line when a 1957 Ford driven by Claude of went hrough a highway construction The vehicle was dam aged Dill was Bob re ceived the other two He investigated a collision at South west First street and Farm Highway 309 in southeast Ker ens Saturday at A 1955 driven by Charles Wayne of Ennis damaged and a 1949 Chev rolet operated by Geralc was damaged Neither driver was in Billy Crockett Houte Sunday night received firs aid after a mishap on S Highway 287 southeast of Cor but was discharged from the Corsicana Hospital anc Clinic after first Turner is investigaling this Mansfield Says Demo Chairman Republican Aid July 6 Mike Mansfield today accused Democratic Na tional Chairman Paul Butlei f helping the Republicans by his criticism of Democratic con gressional assistant Demo cratic leader of the sal Butlers attacks will not do any but furnish fodder or President Eisenhower ant the GOP National Butler said Sunday in a TV ntervlew that more progresslvi Democratic leadership is needei in Congress to provide a part record for the 1960 election cam We are going to be in i situation in 1960 unles he Democrats in Congress ge he replying to Butler criticism that the Democratii eadership in the Senate am 3ouse is steering too conserva live a told a reporter I think It would be far bette or the Democratic Natlona Committee and its leadership t jet behind the responsible lead ership shown by Lyndo Johnson in the Sen ate and Speaker Sam Raybur n the House and remember tha the same factors will decide th Page 10 Threai Of War In Caribbean July 6 UPI The threat of a shoo ing war in the Caribbean hun today over a meeting of the O ganization of American State OAS on the Dominican R publics invasion charges agains Cuba and The three countries have plai fid their armed forces on a wa Reports from Cuida the Dominican capita quoted high government officia as referring publicly to the po sibility of open The OAS was expected 1 summon a special meeting o the foreign ministers of the 2 American nations to discuss th tense Caribbean Two Dogs And Rabbit Reported On Space Trip Soviets Launch New Rocket July Two doga and a rabbil were tir ed inlo by Ihe Soviel Union and returned to earth In good radio Moscow said The broadcast said Ihe dogs were named Daring and Snow No name was given lor Ihe The broadcasl said Ihe space vehicle carrying Ihe animals was launched into the upper layers ot the atmosphere by a singlestage geophysical ballistic rockel ol medium range on July The United States on May 28 shot two small female monkeys Able and Baker to a height ot 300 miles and recov ered them alive after a mile Able died during an operation tor the removal of an electrode from under its skin days The Moscow broadcast did not give the height to which the two dogs and rabbit were It said the launching took place The recovery system ensured the landing of the section and container with the scientific in slrumenls and the test which was separated from the the broadcast The condition of the animals after landing is It said Daring was making its third rocket The lasl previous announced Russian rocket firing of animals toward the upper stratosphere took place 11 months It was not known whether Daring participaled in that The space vehicle carried ap paratus for several relatively common highlevel scientific ex such as study of the air omecoming rodeo Saturday ght at the Fair Six Finalists Miss Ferguson was chosen rom six each of whom ere presented atlracllve rib Runner up was Charlolle eeples of likewise To choose between e two young horsewomen ob iously was hard task for the The other finalists in the order n which they finished are Mary 0 Scheoch of Judy Surnett of Shirley Morgan of Abbotl and Sally icslie of Miss Ferguson was 1 addition to the first place a handsome silver lounted belt buckle valued at Jack McKee and Maurice both of pre ented the 3000 Spectators An estimated spectators ook in the final performance of he rodeo Saturday Fri ay nights performance drew an estimated The rodeo was In onjunction with the second county home See Page 2 Court Upholds Foreign Travel Restrictions July 8 UPI Court of Appeals to ny upheld the stale deparl July Cff Senale starled new debate today on the student fee measure while tax bill writers called in the ex perts lo help Ihem finish work on an acceptable revenue meas Henry San renewed his altack on the fee It would give col leges wide authorlly lo boos1 charges for such sludenl services as medical He was argu ing against it when the Senate ecessed last Tax and appropriations con erence committees both set aft rnoon They are still working on the roblem of finding a revenue bil o match state spending needs or Seguln enate dean and chairman o 10 10member tax conference said thai II is shooting or 172 million dollars in nev We have not agreed yet bu hats what we he said The conferees Sunday endei Ive days of sessions with con iderable They sale hey needed some addltiona acts and dollar figures befor Sec TAX PagT 10 Judge Impanels Jury For Summer Period James judge of th 3th Judicial impanele he grand jury for the Jul erm of district court Monda morning and made the cuslon ary He charged Ihe 12membe body lo seek out any cvldenc nenls rlghl to choose the news orrespondents it would allow o travel to Communist It did so In 3 to tha he department did not exceed Is authority In denying permis lion to author Waldo Frank of New York to travel ti Red Frank soughl lo go lo China as a special correspondenl fo American newspapers nd to leclurc al Ihe Universil of He claimed lha Ihe departmenl discriminate against him in violalion of Ih due process provision of Ih ifth Bui Judge Warren Surge said the secretary of stale mus allowed wide lalitude1 i carrying out foreign H said the deparlmenl should b allowed lo establish slricl crller a for Ihose il permits lo Irave o Red The stale depar ment had said that only new organizations with at least on l time correspondent oversea could send a It is axiomatic lhat th conduct of foreign affairs nee See Page 2 or information relative to th operation of gambling an mwdy houses In the counly I teep ils eyes open for anylhln might corrupt the youth o county and to inspect an county office or records if sees The said he knew no gambling or bawdy house actlvllies lhal would corrupl Ih youlh and of no irregularllle In counly but that it ihe responsibility of the gran See GRAND Page 10 Texas School Per Capita Set July Slate Board of Education toda sel per capita sludenl aid al for Ihe 195960 school II is currenlly per slude after having been revised u The new figure is subje to possible The money was allocated the basis of sluden from an available fund of MILLION SEE ROYAL PAIR MONDAY Veteran Police Are Astounded Over Turnout By RELMAN MORIN July 6 lizabeth II stepped ashore in licago today amid the thundet f Army roaring ships and the cheers lousands of spectators massed Buckingham Fountain A cardon of police struggled i hold bach other thousands to approach the revlewj ig stand on the Arrive on Time The royal yacht Britannias arge brought Elizabeth and rince Philip ashore t 10 The yacht was moor d outside the A 21gun salute began whenj he launch started toward shore n close a flight et fighter planes roared loy ver the Hundreds mall pleasure craft followed thej Crowd Record Police Commissioner OConnor estimated more thai See Page 2 Sritain Wants kick Siari On Summit Talks July UPI Britain will try to cut short deadlocked Geneva Foreign H sters Conference when It sumes one week from today and vill seek a 10day summit conl ference before midSeptemberJ nformed government sources said The sources said there ha been no progress on the B crisis since the Geneva confer ence recessed June 20 for thre There has not even been discussion with the Russians hrough normal diplomatic chanj they the Big Fourj ministers will pick up where they left complete deadJ British officials were 3d fairly hopeful that the ers could achieve enough the resumption of the talks to warrant winding them up by the nd of July and holding a sumJ mlt meeting at the end of j ust or early in Britain was reported to be lieve that the Geneva nuclear test ban now in it ninth was reaching point where a draft agreement to ban test blasts could be milled to the summit leader for Both Prime Minister Harold Macmillan and Foreign tary Selwyn Lloyd want a sumj mlt So does Soviet Premier Nlklta KhrushchovJ President Elsenhower opposes the idea unless there Is some measure of agreement by the foreign French Preslj dent Charles De Gaulle also is cold to the summit Erwin Acting State Home Heai currcnl speeds and direction temperatures and composltio of Ihe The experimenl announced I day was nol an allempl lo pla Ihe animals Inlo orbil in an earlh The las such Soviet experi menl known to Ihe outside world came on when Spulnik II carried a dog named Lalka inlo The Sovlels announced Ihe dealh of Ihe firsl known space on The pound salcllite disintegrated April COTTEN BOAKD LAWYER AUSTIN Davis has resigned as lawyer for the Stale Board of His successor is Clay form erly of The changes are effective July The Corsicana State Home was functioning Monday in a satisfaclory manner after a week in which happiness and sadness figured in Bill business manager of Iho Home for several was acling pending any fur ther action of Ihe Texas Youth the governing body of the Home as well as sev eral other stale youlh agencies and Last which was vaca tion week for the Homes chil saw Ihe illness and death of the home superintend 35 yearold Donald who only a few days previously had marked his first anniver sary as boss of the Corsicana James Turman said by telephone from Austin Monday that Erwin would be acting su perintendent at the Home until such time as the members of the Texas Youth Council can get The Home is in capable hands right and some of the board members are off on vaca so we donl plan a meeling of the board anytime he who spent part of last week wllh the State Home youngsters at said thai All Ihe kids gol back from their vacation at the Butts Foundation camp on the Frio where they went June We are back In business at home he said Monday and we are going Intending to carry along Ihe work and the program lhat Jackson began during Ihe pasl year He Indicated lhat he believed the TYC ln Icnds lo conlinue lo handle Ihe Home nlong the lines Initiated under Erwin has been business man ager of the Home for several part of the time under Roberl whom Jack son succeeded In the superlnlen The Home children cul shorl their camp stay after being noti fied of Jacksons death Thurs About 180 of them went to with the underslx age group returning June and the others staying until July A group of the older sons funeral services at thi First Methodisl children arrived later in Ihe day The camp site was Ihe Bull Foundation camp near Leakey in Real There was no definite Inforj mation here Monday the time or procedure of nan Ing Jacksons Ther was a possibility thai his sucj cessor would come from Ih ranks of Iho Texas Youlh Courj which also adminislers Galesvllle Stale School for BoyJ the Gainesville Stale School foT the Waco Stale anl Ihe School for the Blind in Ausj The Home was taken from administration under the Boar for Texas State Hospitals Special Schools more than a yea ago and placed under the newljj created Texas Youth IIAGERTY RETURNS July 6 UPI White House Pred Secretary James Hagerty turned lo work loday after absence of two weeks because i Hagorty had an Infla boys and girls relumed to Cored appendix removed at Walt sicana in time to attend JackIReed Army Hospital on June