Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Share Page

Corsicana Daily Sun: Tuesday, July 7, 1959 - Page 1

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - July 7, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL cloudy and warm through Wednesday with widely scat tered Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 f 12 i 1 2 84 88 90 92 94 95 j 96 Complete Weather Report on Market Homeofthe DailySunand SemiWeekly Morntnli4ht MARKETS AT A GLAN NEW July rails governments de mill shortcov CHICAGO late seU moderate mixed light Hogs steady to 25 cents lower top Cattle Slaughter steers weak to 50 cents lower top 26 LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS JULY 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft STUDENT FEE BOOST WINS BY ONE VOTE Estimates From Comptroller Not Like Conferees9 July 7 Sen ate approved 1514 today a bill to increase student activity fees and raise two million dollars normally provided through tax The action came as the 10man joint tax conference committee continued trying to find 172 mil lion dollars to balance the states Speaker Waggoner Carr said SOLOS ATLANTIC IN a Polish Air Force veteran and now a Tunisian waves from his 25foot sailing boat after completing a solo voyage across the was confident some tax agree Atlantic from Morocco to New It took him will be reached days to make the mile AP Wirephoto July chairman of a House sub committee said today Congress is aroused over the number of former top military and civi lian officials now employed by weapons His statement came as the armed services subcommittee 4 an investigation ofppsr sible on de fense with Deputy Defense Secretary Thomas Gates as leadoff Edward Hebert CD said his watchdog subcom Ravished Body 0 Child Spurs Las qas Hunt LAS July 7 ravished body of a 5yearold girl was found in the attic of a nextdoor neighbors home early today and author ities launched a citywide search for a casino worker wanted for questioning in the The child was Dolores Staf daughter of and Toby who came here six months ago from Fort is assistant circulation manager of the Las Vegas Dragnets and roadblocks were set up throughout the city for Robert Kenneth neigh bor of Stafford and his Ervin was reported by police as armed and danger The Stafford child was report ed missing at Mon Searchers this morning found her body in the attic of Ervins Police and Sher iffs deputies said the child ap parently was lured into the and killed and the body tossed up into the Ervins automobile was found w See Page 8 and Menton said no immediate decision is They blamed a 16 milliondollar cut in the estimat ed revenue potential of items suggested for new The student fee bill SB6 ap plying to 19 state colleges now goes to the where an other fight ia The House killed a similar bill in the first special Another similar House measure is hung in A Senateapproved beach bill SB9 originally aimed at keep Jng Texas Gulf beaches open to probe will continue until pubthc public was sent to a subcom lic confidence is Hearings were complet The innocent have nothing Ud on the measure in the House to he The guilty this with critics claim have everything to fear the measure now will help Eisenhower Vetoes Democrat Housing Measur Queen Ends Chicago Triumph By BELMAN MORIX July It lias been an unforgettable Openly with a smile like a Queen Eliza beth said goodbye to Chicago Monday night after 13 exciting hours amid the roar of cheering millions and one of the trium LOWER MEAT PRICES MEAN TROVBLE FOR PRODVCERS By DICKINSON July 7 UPI may get some ex tra mileage out of their grocery phs of her She is resuming her tour of if they Canada with Prince Philip heading north aboard the allowances in the coming like mittee will seek out cases of improper conduct and expose He promised that the The American people are and aroused at what they see and what thy hear about the conduct of our wea pons procurement and about the alleged conduct of some military men who depart the ranks of defense for lush places on the payrolls of defense he Hebert said there has been a groundswell in Congress over the impact of so many military See Page 8 Plane Carrying Atomic Weapons Burns Page 10 T Resiricts All Travel By Hungary Envoys accorded heads of Kozlov was welcomed by busi ness executives despite a snub from the citys On a July 7 tour there were no un CUPI The United States day cracked down on travel by At the Ford Motor Co this royal yacht Britannia for Saulte They will be on the yacht until noon The echoes of Chicago will not soon die The city gave her ft typically American re It was a case of mutual ad Elizabeth quickly caught the spirit of the She She began to wave genuine She kept turn ing to chatting and as the thunder of the See Page 9 BeJroii Gives Soviet Deputy Top Treatment By WItLIAM RYAN July 7 UP In dustrial Detroit today gave So viet Deputy Premier Frol tom O msturoances on Kozlov the treatment usually the border of the Soviet Car The agriculture department reported today Prices of pork at retail already are and prices of beef have not ad vanced further in recent Consumers could take heart from the departments monthly report on the livestock and meat but the statistics Russian Troops Open Campaign On Guerrillas July viet infantry and paratroopers have opened a largescale action against Ukrainian antiCommu nist guerrillas under the guise of border maneuvers in the wild mountains of Ukrainia arid reliable sources said here Unofficial press reports in the last few weeks In European capitals told Sources in Vienna said re ports from eastern Slovakia showed Russian troop maneu vers began on June 20 nearthe eastern Slovak cities of Lav oczne and Hungarian diplomats in country in retaliation for re imposed by the Buda pest Communist regime on travel by American officials The State Department an nounced that Hungarian diplo mats in Washington and New As far as could be determined lov was greeted by the presi Henry Ford and the board Ernest foreigners in Czechoslo vakia have been barred from KozloVs tour today may be traveling east of the River one big objective of his visit Waag in recent days studying how and why capital At least three times in the Ism last 10 days British diplomats Mayor Louts Mlriani carhave been turned back from July there are any UPI York the only two cities fied out his intenSlovakia with such excuses as L tion of ignoring the visit of a bridge is or a road must A Air Force stay a radius of 25 miles Frol Romanovich a under This was con Strategic Air Command transof the center of the two righthand man to Soviet Prefirmed by the British Foreign port carrying unarmed Any Hungarian wishing to Ni nuclear weapons and a high travel beyond those areas must te toda But Mennen Wil Sources said theybelieved thc v VL u i i i i r i crashed and burned one request permission 48hours in llams to the Communists were trying to con mile from Barksdale Air Force specify the purpose of party to Michigan The mayor ceal completely the troop move Base Monday All sevhis trip and state the precise suburban Dearborn also exmenta against the Ukrainian en crew members were If permission is that See Page 10 New York Gang Battle Fatal none I the diplomat can travel only on ty home of the vast Ford George base inmain o i formation said the C124 Hungary notified the United e Soviet official and his Globemaster broke in two beStates Monday that it had arrived late Monday night cause of rough terrain in the posed restrictions on travel by Faye estimated the craft It said members had been only 50 feet in the air of the legation iri Budapest when it apparently suffered a had engaged in machinations See Page 10 partial power against the Hungarian peoples There was no way of conducted either There Is no danger of openly or in secrecy under the the Air Force base announced cover of diplomatic after the State Department spokesman Faye said there was both a Lincoln White denounced these high explosive and nuclear macharges as completely without terial on The base aaid He also categorical r Moscow Says Siberia Good For Ailments NEW July 7 20yearold youth was killed In a gun battle with police Monday night after a 16year old boy had been shot in an outbreak of street gang About a dozen members of the Sinners and the Assas July 7 both predominantly Puer spelled hard times ahead for meat According to department pork be a good uie AIIieriuun m me buy at the nations meat counannual game NATIONAL ALLSTARS WIN 54 July Mays tripled to Hank Aaron with the winning climaxing a tworun eighth inning rally which gave the Na tional League a 54 victory over the American League in the 26th ters for at least the next 12 If hog production con tinues they prices in the fall of 1960 would be seriously the deoartment total meat supplies are up enough to arrest the threei Takmg over in the bottom of year uptrend in consumer meat the the fourth The underdog American Leaguers had scored three runs in the top of the eighth to take the just before the roof caved in on Whitey the New York Yankees south pitcher used by Manager Casey During pork priceslstengel of the American averaged 712 cents a pound yielded a single to Ken less than in May of and pinchhitting for winning pitch the department said the differer Johnny Dick Groat ence doubtless was wider in sacrificed Boyer to second and In recent weeks prices Hank Aaron then singled to of hams were the lowest since score Boyer with the tying November who had gone hitleas Beef prices in the last in previous times at month surveyed by the a fasfc bal1 to deep over center fielder Har and Aaron raced home with the run that gave the 1110 National League favorites the It broke two game Amerl See Page 10 see Page er Offers PlanS Security Bill To House July 7 UPI Chairman Francis Walter of the House Committee on Un American Activities introduced a bill to day to revive the industrial security program struck down by the Supreme Walter said his committee ported with regret today that its would hold prompt hearings on Predicted traffic death toll of the which would pro26 in the Julv 4 holiday period vide the specific authority for reached Traffic Record Hits Estimate July 7 The Department of Public Safety re the program which the high court said was It would take the form of an amendment to the 1950 sub versive activities control It may go If several persons critically Injured In the threeday period should A latereported that of a pedestrian in El Paso July The court ruled 81 last Monbrought the total to 26 in its final session of E1 Paao doath was that of 195S59 that neither ConVictor 10 gress nor the President specil Tncre were 23 fatal nontraffic fically had authorized the proaccidents such as Designed to keep subver sives out of defense it about three million said his bill would covered Walter meet the problem by giving the defense secretary congressional authority to establish the pro gram and thereby safeguard our Industrial establishments without disclosing information Injurious to our national secur President Elsenhower order there were aboard nuclear weapons ly denied that the United States Hadio reported today Soviet to Hican were picked up See Page 10 scientists have found that the for questioning after the climate of Siberia is highly twofront See Page 10 Youthful Guest urns House July 7 A week Wesley Smith entertained a 5yearold boy with watermelon and stepped in Admit Bikini Bomb Dirtiest Police said it appeared the kitchen as the boy By JOSEPH July 7 UPI Atomic Energy Commis sion is coming clean about the dirty In recent weeks it has re moved from secrecy bits of in formation vital to public de fense One scientist called this an information For the first time since the monster Bikini test explosion of March the AEG has ad mitted existence of what long since had come to be known in nonofficial circles as the fis sionfusionfission From the standpoint of radio active the Bikini bomb was perhaps the dirtiest nu clear weapon ever exploded al though the Russians came close to matching it in their tests last It was the Bikini bomb which awakened the world to the fact A that early contaminat ing the earth as far as 300 miles downwind of an might be the worst killer in a nuclear Apparently this weapon had something in it which made it far dirtier than an undoctored Hbomb should Scientists n I outside the government deduced that this something was the cheap and plentiful form of uranium called For five years the AEG re fused to confirm or even com ment on The Hbomb role of U238 was ignored In the effects of nuclear weapons published by the government in Then at congressional fall out hearings last May 58 an AEC staff member confirmed officially that U238 a major component of some high yield That part of his especially cleared for the went practically unnoticed at the Had this one item not been it would have been difficult at that and later hearings to put in the public record new information about fallout which is expect ed to have considerable impact on civil defense It takes an atomic fission bomb fo trigger a hydrogen fu sion The end products of fission are intensely radioac tive whereas those of fusion are So the cleanest H bombs are which have the smallest fissionfusion Siberia is best known to the two gangs had scheduled a Western world as a dumping rumble or street battle for the ground for potitical although they also had first under the czars and reports that the two gangs find then under the a third gang had been planning But the broadcast said Sito meet for a peace berias climate has a most benel Milton Graniela was killed On March the only ficial effect on the nervous syswith a bullet in the Two fissionable materials the public tern and in several other ailof his companions were taken knew to exist were scarce costly derived by separation from the manyfold more abundant and man made Plutonium But the March 1 was so dirty that into Your house is on Im going The residence burned with a loss of fire investigators Bob Williams and Dandrldge said the 5yearold really turned out to be the ungrateful He admitted striking a match and setting the sofa explosion scientists were convinced it was some thing They concluded it consisted of an ordinary fis sion trigger and a fusion charge plus a jacket of U238 which was made to undergo fis sion by fast energetic submiclear particles released in great numbers by the fusion It they a fissionfusionfission At the congressional hearings last Harold Knapp of the AECs office of operations analysis and forecasting testi fied among other things that In some high yield weapons a major fraction of the fissions is from So now U238s contribution to dirty weapon fallout is in the Government scientists once barred from mentioning it may now work it into their re Page Sft A SHIP BURNS IN Belgian motor ship Anvers burns furiously in the Gulf of Mex ico off the coast of after a fire started in her engine room spread to other sections of the Fishing boats and tugs converged on the scene and rescued the crew who were towed ashore in two CAP Wirephoto Tota violent deaths for the holiday period Including homi cides and suicides was The tragic Texas record had repercussions at the state Capi Robert Baker of Houston introduced a bill Monday to give the Department of Public Safety more power to suspend licenses of repeated traffic law viola Baker said the measure is aimed at getting accidentprone drivers off the He said the bill has the support of Price The Texas traffic toll was 10 more than those listed in Tllinoia and in second plnce with 16 deaths In Krcct two of Texas neighboring states had bright traffic records for thc See Page 9 July 7 UPI President Eisenhower vetoed the Democratic Housing Bill He said its spending provisions are excessive and would do far more damage than In a message to the the President called the bill Much of the spending It au thorizes is he He objected particularly to spending authorizations which he said amounted to a minimum of as against his budget recommenda tions of The Democrats put a price tag on their farreaching After listing the defects in the the President called on Congress to enact before ad journment a new housing bill along the lines of his recom mendations of last There appeared to be no chance Congress would over ride the The bill passed the Senate 56 to 31 and the House 241 to Both were less than the twothirds margin re quired in both chambers to en Sce Page 9 Two Soldiers Guilty Selling Overseas Jobs FORT July 7 soldiers convicU cd peddling for up to were held In the stockade here while their case was being The was de scribed as a routine matter giv en all personnel convicted by a court The soldiers were identified as 1C William of and SP5C George Huller West They were convicted on sev eral counts They were selling overseas assignments for between and during a period of two and a half who had been in the Army since worked in the post infantry division as signment a 13 year veteran of the was contact He worked In an installation support They were not in the same of Coogan was convicted June 11 after pleading not only to graft but also to charg See Page 8 Texas Deficit Getting Bigger r o w KILL QUARTET IS Captive Guards Are Threatened During Ordeal July 7 Thirtyeight hostages held for 13 12 terrorfilled hours by four kill crazy young convicts were freed unharmed at the state re formatory today in a surprise tear gas Beat Rebel Deadline Armed officers carried out the rescue at two hours Defore the third and latest dead line set by the rebelling prison Reformatory officials said it went like The who had armed themselves with butcher knives and long forks in the kitchen Thursday aiternoon in the abor tive escape threatened violence only to the three guards held Visitors Seized One of the Hugh De said the desperadoes told the officers to start praying be cause they would be thrown out of the window dead if their de mands for freedom were not Twentyfive many of them women and and 11 other prisoners who had been visiting relatives were seized along with the three One woman was released from the barricaded visitors room See Page 8 r i urn VII 11 ress Will f r July states General 7 The Revenue fund deficit continues to Comptroller Robert Cal vert reported today that the deficit as of June 1 reached on June The general Fund Is that from which most states operatingex penses are i Make Record July 7 UP1 Firing back at criticism from Democratic National Chairman Paul House Speaker Sam Rayburn said today But ler can do the talking and well do the acting and make the That was Rayburns reply to complaints by Butler that the Democratic congressional lead ership haa been less aggressive and progressive than Democrats desired a Texaf told a news conference that la all he expects to Butlers remarks stirred up a and brought a sugges tion from one Southern Demo crat that Butler may be working to name new officers for tho 1060 Democratic National Con vention and to seats to some Southern William Bryan Dorn DSC told the House Monday this belief was prompt ed by Butlers latest criticism of the Democratic leat j in Dorn called for resig nation and hinted the party chairman may be tai ited by Republican Other Democrats in Congress sprang to the defense of Son ate Leader Lyndon and the ob vious targets of Butlers See Page 8 Soviet Fair Portrays Editors Note UPT CorreH pondont Anthony Austin re centfy a member of the UPI Burenu In In the following he com piircH reports on the Soviet exhibit In New York with the realities of conditions in tho Soviet By ANTHONY AUSTIN July Thc Soviet Union opened a wonder ful exhibition in New York last the country the Rus sians hope some day to According to all Rus as portrayed at the Soviet ia a clicketycllck land of modern comfort and and this reporter would like to visit that Russia when It is It was not except for its first when he ended a sevenmonth stint in Moscow an UPI correspondent this The lives of t v sians seem drab and hard Dy American From the Russian own much of their Industry and agriculture was still steeped In manpower wasting This is not to that the organizers of the Sov iet exhibition In the coliseum Icost the average R on Columbus Circle were out tojer two or three mu hoodwink tho American If that were Russia would not welcome thousands of Am erican tourists every year and permit them to travel over wide areas of the The disparity between lo be of the claims at the coliseum by moat Ru3Sian3 Th and the reality on Gorky may be explained by a and Russians on tl to Americans as were outfitted at a ch The twotoned bile and the small show at the exhibit state of mind which fuzzes up the borderline between what is and what is to Russia Is the country of the bright said a Rus sian to this Weve all been living in the future since we were He was mocking a Russian but with a touch of The Russians acting as guides at their Exhibition of Technology and Culture must get a sense of rather than dissimulation though they know many of the on view are less than rep m veet look ugh they ty sale mtomo iskvltch till are led of lative i afford ar or What if the womens dresses and coata that New York fash ly few citizens who cars have to wait a longer to buy them strictly for Tho reasonably attractive mod el apartments at the exhibition still are not much more than models In the Soviet Most Russian cities families have ono room to live sharng tho kitchen and bathroom with oth er Other similar comparisons could be But what is more Important to the vusl ma jority of Russians is that a biff housing construction program at last has begun and that a p in to spread consumer goods and services is In the What Is more important to ion writers found fairly goodrhena ls that tne sPutnikd and are the pride of GUMa shop the Soviet artificial plantid ira windows In Moscow but are aeltnere for alt the W0lld nir dom seen being worn What il the mens suits would f T w vel and that Soviet mdus Bee Page 3   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 145+ million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

10 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 10 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 145 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 19 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication