Corsicana Daily Sun, July 10, 1959

Corsicana Daily Sun

July 10, 1959

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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - July 10, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy and warm through Saturday with scattered Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 j 2 85 89 92 94 95 96 97 Complete Weather Report on Market tptemeof the Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Motnji LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A NEW July Irregularly Cotton futures CHICAGO Wheat closed off to up Corn up Ti to Oats unchanged to up top top 29 JULY 1959TWELVE PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Khrushchev Picks Nixon For Next President ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ftftftftftftftftft I I Subpanel Approves Start On Civil Rights Bill nnvur TAX REPORT of passes out the joint HouseSenate Tax Conference Committee report to reporters at The Conference Committee re port will raise and Is aimed at clearing the states deficit and the states spend ing for the next two AP Senators Await Tax Bill July 10 Price Daniel reluctantly today endorsed the budgetbalancing tax defi cit and present current needs of state government for Daniel said in his first official comment on the Its enactment would prevent another costly special session and head off what could prove to be rose or a disastrous situ ation for our old age highways and other essential state the governor He said that while the bill omitted some of his major rec ommendations including a tax on natural gas appar ently it is the best that could be enacted at this The Senate recessed to debate the tax heavilyloaded with sales this There is a bare chance House may also take up the revenue measure this It refused to adjourn until Sat urday or Monday and voted an afternoon Speaker Waggoner Carr had said he would not push the bill Its backers how We will get on it as quick as we Ben Ranuey said as the Senate opened its Dorsey San said the bulky measure was being assembled and should be ready for debate at 3 The Senate quit until Speaker Waggoner Carr said he would not layout the tax measure for House debate to I am willing to work tomor row and will encourage the See Page 9 COMMISSION EXTENSION FAVORED Reject Broader Measure Offered By Douglas July 10 Senate constitution I rights after eeks of controversy and de today approved the nu eus of a civil rights By a narrow 43 it oted to extend the life of the residents civil rights commis ion for another year until Southerners cast II the negative Kill Integration Aid The action came after it had ejected by the same 43 margin broader civil rghts measure ponsored by Paul Douglas to provide fed ral grants to speed school in The Douglas bill previously lad lost much of its force when he subcommittee stripped it of socalled title III his which was re ected by Congress in enacting he 1957 civil rights would mpower the attorney general o seek court orders to stop ivil rights Basis For Bill Subcommittee Chairman Tho nas Hennings said ie would try to use extension f the civil rights commissions See Page 9 Long Plans Delays Vacation July 10 Earl Long re pealed to his twinroofed farm lome in the north Louisiana illls today and announced he will file libel suit for more ban two million dollars against national news Long also said he isnt leav ng on his vacation tour until In a telephone interview with Margaret managing editor of the Baton Rouge Morning Long said his lawyer will file suit in excess of against Time publishers of Time and Bank Robbers Unusually FBI Chief Says July 10 Bank robbers were busier last year than in any year in his the FBI reported The for the fiscal year ended June showed 764 viola tions of the federal bank rob bery They included 44 robberies 233 burglaries and 86 The lolal compared wilh 63 violations in the previous fisca See Page 10 Me He said he was slandered Extra Traffic Deaths Forecast 7 Killed On County Roads BACKSTAGE MANEUVERING FEATURES STEEL PARLEY NEW July industry lop negolialor Conrad Cooper loday in ef fect confirmed thai he had mel with prominent executives of big steel companies Thursday concerning current contract talks with We are in constant touch with our was Coop ers reply when asked about a articles and pictures appeal See Page 9 TV Conspiracy Jury Dismissed July 10 UPI The governments con spiracy case against Richar Mack and Thurman A Whiteside ended loday in This means the complicated case will have to be tried Presiding Judge Burnita Matthews dismissed the jurors afler jury forman Robert Burner senl her a note saying hat 11 members had agreed on a verdict bul that they could not change the stand of the Government prosecutor Frank Cunningham said there be a new but did not say a former Federal Com munications and a wealthy Miami at were charged with plol ting lo right the award of TV Channel 10 in White side was accused of channeling money to Mack to swing his vote in favor of Public Service a subsidiary of Nalional Townley Enters Surprise Pleas Guilty Friday entered pleas of guilty to an assault to murder and two burglary in dictments Friday morning before District Judge James He received a sentence of from 2 to 15 years in the assault and from 2 to 12 years on the burglary dressed in sports shirl and light trousers withoul a appeared unmoved as Judge Sewell handed down the His 215 senlence was for assaull wilh intent to He was also sentenced to 212 years in each of two cases of burglary sentences will automatically run This somewhat surprising ac ion came as Townley pleaded guilty to each of Ihe three in dictments against him and waiv ed subsequenl courl Considerable includ ing several were in the courtroom when the judge handed down the sat silent ly through the proceedings and conferred only briefly with his courtappointed Judge Sewell appointed a dif Senate Passes Navarro Mills Dam Measure Another step toward the be ginning of the actual construe tion of Ihe Navarro Mills re servoir was reported in a tele gram to the Daily Sun Friday morning by Senators Lyn don Johnson and Ralph Yar as follows Pleased to advise Senate has passed appropriation bill ap proving funds for your project as indicated in our message of Bill now goes to con ference for adjustment of dlf ferences between House anc Senate The bill as passed both houses of Congress provide the same appropriation S lhat should not cause any dif ficulty as far as Navarro Mi is allough there at differences in some olher proj eel The Associated Press report ed the Senale accepled Ihe bil wilhoul change from Ihe recom mendalions made Wednesda by the Senate Appropriation The Navarro Mills appropria lion is a parl of the 300 public works ferent allorney in each They were Joe Anderson for the assault charge and Matt Daw son and Charlie Price for the burglary Townley was arrested by Na varro and Ellis county offi See Page 10 Friday Sizzler At Los Angeles LOS July 10 UPI A humid heat wavi accompanied by eye stingin smog and a rash of brush fires tightened its hold on Soulher California loday and senl th mercury in Los Angeles soar ing to record At noon the temperature i downtown Los Angeles stood a 102 marking the hottes day of the year and the holies July 10 on The old mar of 95 was sel in 1885 and equalled last Thursdays high was rivate galheririg of steel execu ves in New York Thursday af Asked if he was more optimis c or pessimistic about the Itualion lhan he was 24 hours Cooper replied I donl feel any change of he pulse beal one way or an Seven persons were killed In traffic acdents on rural high ways Navarro county the first six months of this Corsicana substalion of the State Highway an nounced Scotl released Ihe following report there were six acci dents in which persons were killed 103 accidents including 28 personal injuries and 69 property damage 52 persons in jured and property dam David president f the United Steel Workers nion told newsmen he had ummoned the unions 171 mem ers International Wage Policy onimillee to New York for a leeting on Asked if that meant the pic ure had darkened in regard to ossible McDonald ari wered We are calling the policy ommittee in lo bring Ihem up o date on Both Cooper and McDonald vere evasive regarding the be ind scenes maneuvers thai took ilace in New York after Ihe wo fourman bargaining team lad suddenly recessed shortly noon Cooper was asked If industry vas making any arrangements o bank blast furnaces In the steel mills in preparation for a strike Cooper said See Page 9 AitorneyGeneral Backs Mitchell July 10 Secretary James Mitchell prepared today to order hearings on his proposals This compared with fout deaths In Ellis four in eight in Henderson 13 in Hill and five in Limestone A breakdown on these neigh boring counties is as follows Ellis 90 four fatal 34 personal injury and 52 properly damage wilh 56 per sons injured and properly Freestone 42 fou 17 personal injury an 22 properly damage wilh 31 persons injured and properly Henderson 67 cigh 19 personal injury an 43 property damage wilh 32 per Page 10 Cansler Dies Friday Rites Saturday Alvin wel known business slricke with a heart attack Thursdaj died early Friday morning I Memorial Funeral services will be hel from the McCammon Chapi Saturday nl 10 Burial wi be In Oakwood The riles will be conducle by Floyd Johnson to raise wages and Improve liv ng standards of migranl farm The Labor Deparlment was expected to move quickly now that Attorney General William Rogers has upheld Mitchells right to bar uncooperative farm employers from using Em ployment Offices to recruil out ofslale Many congressmen from the South and where most migrants are protested that Mitchells pro posals were Leading farm organizations also batlled against What Mitchell wants to do is issue new regulalions providing for migrant work ers must meet specifications of state or local housing codes or See Page 10 Tentative Schools Budget Tops Million The board of Corsi cana public was pre sented a preliminary budget of more than a million dollars Thursday night but took no steps toward adopting the 1959 60 spending Dana Williams and Busi ness Manager Oscar Bounds pre sented and explained the budget at the regular monthly meeting and pointed out that it was a tentative budget and that final adoption wouldnt come until the tax rate is set and other matters are Actual budget figure in the tentative outlook is which is comparable to the one set last This is slightly more than anticipated grand total receipts of but a balance of funds from the current budget fiscal year will take care of the Williams told the board that in his the budget was sound and I can assure you that this Is an economical he explaining that the in creases on certain items are normal Williams pointed out thai of the budget would ome from the state and rom local There are few new items in he Provisions are made or a new bus for the Pettys Chapel route and small er ones are such as to which will be spent for speech and other students on outoftown This item was set at but President Matt Dawson asked that it be raised to to Williams explained to the board that he did not wish its members to take action on the preliminary that he only wanted them to survey and give their He said the consolidation of new territory the past year would prove financially advan tageous to the school Bounds went over every item on the preliminary spending with the board members stopping him often for In other action Thursday night the board hired six new school teachers and accepted the resig nations of Resignations were accepted from EJl high school history and speech teacher who has accepted a position as prin cipal of an elementary echool at Morton his Joan sixth grade teacher at Robert Lee and Bettye first grade teacher at James New personnel elected are Louise first grade at Bowie Bell sixth grade at James Bowie Doris elementary grade at Lincoln Evelyn sixth grade at Lee Johnny ele mentary grade at Lincoln and Majorie home economics at Jackson Authorization was given the administration to move its of fices from the high school to the Austin school which has been abandoned as school Maximum cost for the project was set at with the board having to act again if the ex penses run past this Earlier estimates for the move was but Bounds explain ed that under new estimates this probably would not Williams explained that the district would use its own tile for the floors and its own but that walls would have to be torn down and part of the building All administrative offices will be moved with the exception of the tax The decision to move the ad ministrative offices came after Dawson announced that the school district received no fav orable bids on the or on another piece of school Permission was given Don delinquent tax at through vote of the to add costs per year to the billings of delinquent tax as provided for In the Through Pevehouse in formed the board that he has mailed out 152 tax notices 30 days prior to filing tax Twentyfive foreclosures will be filed by July he Dawson and other members of the board were compliment ary of Pevehouse and the work he is Again the matter of grades of Collins scholarship students came before the It was found that two students have fallen below the B average in their and one of them asked for a hearing before the See Page 10 pastor of the First Methodis and Robert Woot pastor of Ihe Firsl Baptis Cansler had been a Corslcan business man for 13 year Formerly In the aulo buslnes he operated the Cansler Mote properties on North Highwa 75 and was currenlly owner o Ihe Waffle Shop and olhe Surviving are his wife of Co sicana two Roberl an Larry bolh of Cors cana three Su Corsicana Robe and Thorr as Tyler three brol Clarence and Wi liam all of Tyler tw Ivey Atkins ar bolh i and olher Pallbearers will be 1 Johnny Marl Ernest Ve non Te July 10 he president of the National afety Council took a look at s death charls loday and arned lhat more Ameri ans would die In traffic this ear unless the nation slows Council president Howard Pyle irecast a higher dealh rale Ihis ear lhan in 1958 on Ihe basis f falalily figures for Ihe last ve Must Arouse Public The figures have shown such i alarming trend that we lought we should say some ilng about it Pyle Public opinion must be The purpose of what we are alking about is not to merely also a but to warn that n the sole basis of plain mathe lalical there are oing to be more people dead in raffle this year than last nless everyone does something bout Only Solution Pyle told a news conference hat persons died in traf See Page 10 Hearings Hold Attention Of Oil Industry By TEX EASLEY July big oil companies wit iverseas operations have watch ed a hearing this week befor he House Ways and Mean The was bill by Hale Boggs DLa lo increase incentives for in vestment of American capiti The bill would allow forelg subsidiaries of companie to defer payment of taxe on overseas income and make 14 per cent cul in the corpo ate tax rate on foreign incom now 52 per It also woul allow a tax credit equal t laxcs waived by forelg countries in ther bid to attrac nvcstmcnt of Such if grante could weaken Ihe posillon o Ihe forces seeking lo reduce th xisling 2712 per cent depl tion allowance for Income ta For that II hole Induslry has an inlore in Boggs Whclher Iho hill has muc See Page 9 Charlie Charlie Maynard Marc Matthews and Claude Guards Heavy On Americans South Viet Nam July 10 to pi led Americans were intensifle loday through South Viqt Na after terrorisls killed two Army military advisers an wounded a Informed sources said guar on homes of abou Amei can officials and their famlli have been Guards al have been doubled outside a American office buildings an messes of the Military A stance Advisory REPORTS ON SOVIET TRIP Urges New York As Location For Summit Meeting July 10 UPI Vice President Rlch Nixon was told today at Soviet Premier Nikita hrushchev looks upon him aa e next President of the Averell former New ork governor who just return d from relayed Khrush hevs view to Nixon during a minute private conference Ith the Vice Sees Others The meeting was the first of series Harriman held with ad inistratlon and congressional orelgn policy leaders to report n his Soviet visit and a long alk with r Later In the day he conferred ith Secretary of State Chrlst an Herter andmembers of le Senate Foreign Relations Talking with newsmen eeing Harriman said ho old tlie Vice President that Khrushchev looks on him as lie next Suggests Invitation a Democrat who nsuccessfully sought his partys iresldentlal nomination In 1956 quickly added that he told tha Soviet leader he thought tha next President would be a who also Is a f orm iambassador to said he told Nixon See1 Page 9 Sharp Increase In New Polio Cases Reported July 10 UPI A sharp Increase In lew cases of polio waa reported today by the Public Health A total of 175 new cases were of them paralyllo the week ending July This is about three times tha number in the corresponding week in It also was up from the 119 new cases reported for the preceding The 306 new paralytic cases exceed by one the number of such cases In the peak week of There have been cases of polio reported for the first half of compared with 650 cases for the same period In The advent of the polio sea son and an epidemic In first in the nation this year helped account for the sharp PHS officials a health serv ice staff said past apathy toward anilpolio vac cine on the part of many per sons is probably contribullng to the Too many people have an It See Page 9 Iowa Fears Polio Epidemic BAFT IN WHICH TWO DIED The rubber life raft with three men which was swept 10 miles out into storm tossed Lake was placed on the dock after being recovered by the Coast A Marine Corps helicopter found the Two of the young Daniel of Mil and Tony of apparently died of The Paul of Mason was rescued by the helicopter crew and rushed to a AP DES July 10 officials feared today that Des Molnes1 polio the first In the nation this would spread through out the state because the pub lics apathy toward One hundred chapters of the National Foundation In Iowa were alerted to gear to battle the disease and Salk polio vac cine was shipped to all but three of the states 99 Doctors pleaded with resi dents to got Inoculations but said people In and teenagers In were not responding James the city county health director said he wouldnt he a bit surprised If the epidemic sweeps across the has n very poor vac cination he Speers said Des with about onetenth of the states has used half of the public vaccine In the last few Des Iowas capital and surrounding Polk county have had 69 polio cases this Three of the patients have Health officials Tuesday of ficially termed the outbreak an and the Public Health Services communicable diseases laboratory at said the epidemic here was the first real outbreak In the nation this Fifteen iron lungs were sent to the city by the National Foun The organization re quested the Red Cross to pro vide 16 special nurses to handle the patients in the crowded polio a National Guard converted Into a hospital on sped a Des Moines patient confined to an iron lung to Iowa City under police Officials said University hospitals In Iowa City had bet ter facilities to care for the Betty The spread of the disease slackened this but Speers said Its too early to predict that we may have hit our Polio sometimes eases and then flares up he The polio outbreak started about June an early date for an upsurge of the Since the City Health Clinic alone has administered shots and doctors have given mcounted thousands of addl Speers said Salk vaccine has to be 80 per cent effec Ive in the Des Moines area since It was Only two of our 69 patients lad the full vaccine protection of four or more ha Thirtyeight of them had no Eighteen polio cases had been reported In the state outside of Des Moines and Polk Of the eight were in counties adjoining Doctors were especially con cerned about the reluctance of teenagers to take polio That age group ranks far behind other age groups In getting the We dont know why that Edmund the slalo health Teenagers are just as likely aa anyone else to get Speers said no plans have been made to curtain public He said that most residents probably already had been exposed or would be even See Page 9 ;

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