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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - July 8, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                1 1 V ri L t THE WEATHER LOCAL cloudy and warm through Thursday with widely scat tered Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 1 11 12 1 1 2 I 87 I 92 93 94 95 96 Complete Weather Report on Market HomeoHhe Datly Morning Ifcht MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW July rails corporates im commission house CHICAGO late gen eral Oats mixed lipht to 75 cents lower top Slaughter steers steady to 50 cents lower top L I LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS 27 JULY PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS TEXAN ASKS SENATE TO HALT CUTS President Hints At Congress Call At Press Meet July 8 UPI President Eisenhower today raised the threat of a special session of Congress as a last resort if the legislators should make what he regarded as disastrous cuts in his foreign aid He suggested this possibility as one of the alternatives open to He did so in reply to a question at his news conference about Tuesdays Senate cuts in the foreign aid More Funds Urged The questioner pointed out that the President had spoken of disastrous results if Congress chopped the foreign aid pro Eisenhower recalled that he had described his recommenda tion for in mili tary aid as a minimum and that his commission studying the foreign afd program had urged an additional 400 million dollars for his The Senate voted Tuesday to cut 383 million dol las from his IJsts Alternatives Eisenhower said he could use all his persuasive power in an effort to get congressional ap proval of his he if the follow up foreign aid appropriation bill should be cut too deeply he See FOREIGN Page 7 i KOZLOV QUERIES FORD ON First Deputy Premier Frol in animated conversation with Henry Ford II queries the auto manufacturer on produc Ford told Kozlov that production was way ahead of last Kozlov was on a tour of the Detroit plant by AP Wirephoto July UPI The Agriculture Department reported today that farmers planted acres of cot ton this up 28 per cent from last The department is forbidden by law from making an estimate of cotton production until later in the But if yields aver age 400 pounds to the the planted acreage would produce Last year farmers produced bales from acres Of 000 acres were the smallest since Yields last year averaged 468 MOVING NINE AIR UNITS OUT OF FRANCE USW CHIEF LIPHTI v its it I ill Takes Action On ICA Failure To List Operations July States today formally the North Atlantic Treaty Organization that it in tends to transfer its European 8 from their atomic warloads be cause of Frances refusal to al ow nuclear weapons to pounds an The 10ycar Tactical Air of France average was 317 pounds an delay The 1959 cotton acreage allot The decision was relayed to ment total Last about 5 million acres were NATO Permanent council by Permanent representa in the acreage reserve of thetive Randolph Burgess soil There is no acreage reserve this Estimated planted acreage for About 200 atomiccapable F 100 Supersabre jets will be in volved in the 1959 and the 1958 planted acre IBuil tod the C03unc11 that f M f age State Missouri Arkansas Oklahoma Texas New Mexico Arizona California Nevada 1959 Acreage six of the ninesquadrons cur 1958 based in airfields In East Acreage ern France will be shifted to bases in West The other three squadrons will betransferred to Supreme Allied Commander Lauris Norstad had hinted previously that the transfer was in the The reason was As Included in todays estimates stand at the fighterbombers are based milns i t j ormer Castro Air Force Head Safe In July 8 UPI Pedro Luis Diaz who resigned as commander of Cubas air force charging Com munist infiltration in the mili tary has entered the United States as a resident object of a search by Cuban authorities In Cuba who branded him a arrived here with his wife In a small boat July immigration authorities kept his presence here a secret until Edward district Immigration following examination yester day he has been admitted as a resident alien and she his wife has been He has re quested that his whereabouts not be revealed at this Ahrens refused to say any more about the It was not known if Diaz was still in Diaz resignation as chief of the air force was announced June 30 in a letter to Cuban President Manue He told the president in the letter that Red elements used pres sure to carry out determined plan of indoctrination among military officers in See Page 7 S Operation of the sprawling fourblock long Bethlehem Steel Corsicana will cease Friday at vice presi dent of the supply division ad vised the Daily Sun by telephone Wednesday He reiterated his statements of last week that his firm was going out of the business of making big drilling rigs and the local plant was being Motel Building Permit Issued Biggest building permit fee since that for the First Nation al bank building was paid at the city hall Monday by Colley Construction which is to build thenew motel on West Highway 31 near the Park Lanes Bowling A permit fee of was paid on the cost of which was listed at It will in clude 34 living and a Colley Wholesale Supply of Waco was listed as the Hallie secretary of the department of public said the fee was the largest since June when the permit for the First National Bank Building was taken for When questioned about the future of the physical properties Zimmerman said Bethle hem hopes to dispose of the property in Corsicana to some firm that will find its facilities See Page 7 Kidnaper Trio Facing Charges July UPI Sandra took a day off from work today to recover from the ordeal of being kidnaped by three inmates of the West Virginia boys re where she is secre tary to the The blonde 5foot 6inch sec retary was abducted shortly be fore noon Tuesday and forced to accompany her captors in her own car on their 65mile Two of Miss McKeens kid napers were captured immedi ately after police caught up with them near New Martins They were Patrick and Larry The Roger Lee was captured in the same area a short time The three will be charged with kidnaping and grand lar were acres planted to extra long staple American Egyptian Growers plant ed acres of the long staple cotton last Texas had acres of AmericanEgyptian cotton plant ed New Arizona and California The first estimate on harvest will be made on See Page 7 Supreme Court Upholds Jacobs Damage Awar mW The Texas Supreme Court Wednesday denied an applica tion for a writ of error for Price and on highway 75 Texas Power and Light Comand at isolated pany Bobby accents were Retail Price On Gasolines r I Dropped Again Practically all service stations in Corsicana had dropped retail prices on regular gasoline Wed nesday Regular at most major oil sta tions was retailing at cents per The drop first start ed Saturday and then were con tinued Monday and Tuesday by various Independent stations quoted prices for regular while some major companies had met cording to The Associated war t Athens showed The ruling upholds the findquotations early this week at ings of the Waco Court of Civ il Appeals that affirmed the cents per One motorist who works in both Cor judgment of the local district sicana and filled hts car on the war prices drove Jacobs was critically Injured to and saw the March 1956 while engaged cent posted for the same kind in moving a house near Similar drops In gasoline The case was tried before prices were made here some Judge James April time ago and then were upped and a judgment of the sag over the holiday was returned against the utility firm which then appeal ed to the appellate court and on to the Supreme The Supreme Court refused the writ of finding no reversible Jacobs is represented by Cald Baker and Jordan of Dal las and Dawson and Dawson of the Texas Power and Light Company is repres ented by Ralston and Mc Williams of STRIKE LAG be stockpiled on French terri WE3W July 8 UPI July Senate Democratic leader MERRtMAN ideated today he will press for passage of a sald today he believes racial new housing bill whether Consegregation is morally wrong gress tries to override President when it interferes with equality Eisenhowers veto or or The Texas Democrat told He explained he was referring newsmen he and appropriate to equality of opportunity iri committee members are exploraffairs controlled by government n rr of in a An I t t iSteclworkers chief David MeinS what we can do to get and in the economic and polltl The decision to transfer the Donald today rejected a new cal planes was thus the responslPlea by President Eisenhower l think that s what the peo First Statement jillty of But the squadfor a further postponement of he saul I This was the Presidents first rons were units of the Air the scheduled nationwide steel Force and thus the final decision strike if no contract agreement had to be made by the govhas been reached with industry by next Tuesday for President Charles De Gaulle President who had refused to accept nusucceeded in averting for two clear stockpiles in France unweeks an earlier strike threat less the French Government ened for midnight June said See Page 7 had full say in their possible at use NearHurricane Cindy Aims At Carolina CoasS John Sparkman Dmat statement of his personal who directed the Senate filings on It for the vetoed called made at a press conference at Senate action to tended by 190 Heretofore in the field of civil the President has more or less confined himself to state ments that it Is his duty to support enforcement of the law as interpreted by the Supreme He has stead fastly refused In the past to express an opinion on the principles considered by the especially In school In Hopes No Strike Other highlights of the Fresl If there is good faith 0nlCarollna Coast today thelflenta news conference the companies we can conWeather Bureau said it may hit HQ expressed hope that steel elude an agreement by ncar Charleston this evewage negotiations would not July the steel lead to a but that Cross rushed nine and management would con disaster specialists to Carolina tinue negotiating until costal points threatened by the roaqh storm nicknamed alerted Myrtle to Elizabeth to be ready to shelter and feed refugees should the storm A special 3 EDT bul letin by the Weather Bureau placed the about 90 miles of L n T J1 I Seo Page 7 his news conference today hoped the two sides would It was understood that negotiating until a stat informed the NATO permanew agreement was reached for nant council last month of the the workers In the basic jsteel See Page 7 i McDonald T 0 mm was confident that the Presl July A VaVMAll dent dld not mean that we netropical storm of near hurricane I drllClI lforce aimed itself at the South Who Defied Japs Is Dead At 83 July 8 Harry YarnnU USN gained fame In 1937 when defied the powerful Japanese navy with a handful of obso lete American died Tuesday night at the Naval A native of Yarnell was graduated from the Naval Academy at Annapolis in During 40 years of he saw action In the SpanishAm erican the Philippine In the China Relief Ex pedition during the Boxer Re the occupation of Vera Cruz and in both World The Navy called him out of re tirement three As commander of the Asiatic Fleet from 1936 to Yarnell had only 40 outdated gunboats and While Japan was fighting the Japa nese ordered him to evacuate his ships from a Chinese har For three years he refused to move and sent more ships to the After the gunboat Fanay was sunk in the Yangtze River in Yarnell demanded and Soe Pago 7 t I Dies Wednesday ites Thursday Bob retlr ed rancher and farmer of Na Page 7 died in the wens Jstlmate ic Wednesday labout 79 milcs hour July Ike Critical About Comments By Khrushchev Funeral services will be held from the Corley Chapel Thurs short of hurricane strength president Eisenhower today In day at 2 with burial in the Grape Creek although one ship in the storms effect accuged Soviet Premier full hurricane Nlklta Khrushchev of making ity Is Miss Loretta GaUliard city or isnt was the question at the regular meeting of the City Commission Tuesday No one disputed the duties and authority of Miss Gailliard but the question arose as to whether the city should officially appoint her as city sanitarian when she works for the county and city and is paid by these two governmental agencies and the Not Reappointed Miss Gailliard brought to the attention of the commission that in the past It haa been the custom of commission to ap point her to the position each She said her appointment for the present fiscal year has not been She explained that she is working for the State Health Department under the super vision of city health that her salary comes from the county and but that she is assigned to the city and has been acting as city sanitarian for some Authority Questioned She recalled that on at least two occasions recently her au niton thority was questioned and that she engaged the assistance of Commissioner Fred She said she possessed a police badge and had not encountered any really serious trouble from but indicated that she felt she could better carry on her duties as a duly appointed official of the It was not Miss Gailliard but Commissioner McGary who brought the matter to the attention of the He said he had requested some time ago that the matter be looked into but that no action has been taken and he has heard no report from City Man ager Morgan Works reported that since Miss GaUliard was acting as city sanitarian with full au thority of this he saw no reason to pursue the matter He felt this was suf he Mayor Reading first op posed McGarys proposal that Miss Gailliard be appointed to the office without further Why should we elect her city sanitarian when she works for ithe state he a question I that was answered by Miss Gailliard who explained that it was just a Reach Compromise A compromise was reached when it was suggested that she be appointed subject to the ap proval of Members of the Commission present Horace Hayes had departed gave unanimous approval to this This action came as a conclur slon to the threehour regular commission meeting at the city hall Tuesday Only minutes the com mission had granted Mise Gail liard authority to take action against residence most ly rent house who have access to sewage lines but still maintain outdoor Miss Gailliard was given au thority to send 30day notices to such residence a pro cedure it was is authorized in a city Nearly Privies This followed a written report from Miller which revealed that there are privies in the including those available to sewer A delegation of citizens from the southwest area appeared to request that something be done about several d ralnage ditches dug by the city in that It was the opinion of all those present that the ditches do not alleviate the rain water problem in the area but instead create an undesirable 1016 South reported that the water stands until it turns green be hind her rent houses In the She also complained that blacktopplng on a street which was paid for by the home own ers is beingwashed up by the excessive Asked to reply by City Engineer Raymond Henry re ported that he had been instruct ed by the commission to work out a drainage plan for that area but has not had time to make a complete He said the city had gotten rid of aome of the water and that he felt that eventually the problem could be Mayor Reading then pointed out to Paschal that that part of the city is awfully low path reported irresponsible statements on pos 4 winds extended outward siblfl war over The rites will be conducted 125 miles in the eastern and 60 Thc Presldont made his com Floyd Johnson pasmilcg m the Western semimcnt on Khrushchevs recent tor of the First MothodlBt Lanark to former New York AH r The atorm was movlnff about Avorell Harriman that If A native of Murray five miles per Hurricane the West watlta a flght over Tenn Tatum had resided in watch and gale warnings were Berlin can have the Navarro community since extended south of Cape HatQuestloncd ttf nls newB a young man In addition to to fercnce about the Eisen ranch and oil Small craft from sald he did not thlnk that he was in the grocery business to Hattoras were warned to reSp0lisibjo pcople should indulge for years at main in and vessels in the ln that remotely ro Tatum had been a patient and busy coastal shipping lanes wereLembles ultimatums or resident at the Navarro clinic advised to use extreme BlBenhowCP anid any tough for the past six facetoface negotiations between Surviving are a number lho and Khrushchev would ralsfl difficult He said they might bo misunderstood by the allies of the United States with whom the American government July 8 to work ln tho In Lce told Judge Joo Harris he was going 55 miles an hour In a 45 mile June TOKYO UP The population but thought he should be of Tokyo reached on found Innocent of May 1 this the Statistics I was he urcau has The 1959 He showed the judge support World Almanac lists London and ing a report from a New York behind Tokyo with clinic where he was treated af and respectivetcr he got the I The judge found him nephews and other rela Pallbearers will be Gar Fred Ralph Joo Howard Orville Capehart and John TOKYO HOIJDS TJEAD m Snakebite Gets Speeder Freed tcrest of security and world The President was commenting on Khrushchevs statement to seven visiting American gover nors that a visit hy him to the United States or by Eisenhower to would be Eisenhower said that If Khru shchev just wanted to come for Seo Pago 7 Texas Want Butler Out Weeping from tear guard Hugh fi f that We do appreciate your DeWait is helped by two other officers as he leaves a hostage room at Washington State Reformatory after rebel convicts were A A f f J V VA Other spokesmen for the DeWait was among those held prisoner for more than See Page 8 13 AP Wirephoto July 8 Commit tee conflict over a bill to nail down the publics right to use Gulf beaches and a resolution hitting national Democratic chief Paul Butler pushed tax matters aside in the Legislature House Senate revenue con ferees failed in their second ses sion of the day just before Bob Houston charged that his bill aimed at keeping Gulf beaches open was being given an official run around by a House subcommlt t The House passed 11115 a re solution putting it on record as supporting efforts to oust Demo cratic National Chairman Paul Butler has recently been openly critical of Lyndon House Speaker Sam and Southern Demo House who didnt have to added his aye to the Roger Houston liber opposed the resolution on grounds that the Democratic National Committee selects the chairman and it has supported Price Daniel added two Speaker Waggoner topics to the list of those to be considered by the special ses One was reorganization of the Texas Merit System Coun cil and the other was authoriza tion for commissioners courts to build and equip coliseums and Eckhardt and Bill sharply disagreed over whether a subcommittee head ed by Shaw had taken action on Eckhardts open beach bill by substituting it for a Senateap proved but different Both bills officially remain in tho The Senate was bill by Crazy requiring debating a automatic court review of Department of Public Safety drivers license suspensions when It voted to stand at to permit the tax conferees to meet Thc joint conference commit tee said It remained optimistic a 172 million dollar tax bill can be written for debate by the House and No major legislation was up for discussion iri either house Informed sources jsaid 16 to r million dollars more must be found before the tax measure Isj The revenueraising measure faces another obstacle tho 150 House and 31 Senate mem No one Is willing to pre dict the conference committees solution will be Daniel remained quiet after making recommenda then adding it would be a shame If the gas pipelines go scot Neither House nor Senate tax bill included Daniels recom mended 3 per cont severance beneficiary tax aimed at natural gas Railroad Com mission figures show 55 per cent of the tax would come from out of An afternoon tux committee meeting Tuesday flopped when Dorsey San An failed to A small Joan regulation meas ure went to an unlnstructed House subcommittee Don Fort said the bills Crla the agreed that no bill can bo approved this special Comptroller Robert Calvert reported Texas spent 15 million dollars more in June than It re ceive See Page T J   

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