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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - July 13, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy and warm through Tuesday with widely scatter ed Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 I 8 88 90 93 i 94 I 95 Complete Weather Beport on Market BJHameof the Daily Morning lifl LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PlfesS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS JULY PAGES MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW July 13 steels rails gov ernments trading CHICAGO slightly bull ish crop bearish crop bullish crop to 50 cents lower top Slaughter steers steady to 50 cents higher top PRICE FIVE CENTS Pessimism Marks Resumed Steel Negotiations Herter Demands Written Pledge Over Berlin CONGRESSMANS SON IN CHAINS Deputy Marsha Jesse Wheeler fastens a restraining chain on Karl Meyer 22 after the youth was arrested for vjolating Young son of William Meyer was one of a eroup of pacifists who pleaded guilty to trespassing afUr try ing to enter a missile base project at Ordered to stay away from the young man appeared again and was taken into AP Wirephoto Gaps In Defense July 13 Maxwell Tay who recently retired as my chief of said Sunday there has been no overall re appraisal of the nations de fense forces since shortly after President Eisenhower took of fice in Taylor said that in four years as the Armys top officer he pressed as hard as he could for such a reappraisal because he did not believe military power was strong enough across the He that he made his recommendations to former Defense Secretary Char les Wilson and to present Defense Secretary Neil Mc Elroy rather than directly to He said the defense secretary was his immediate I dont know of any reap praisal since Taylor said on a television There has been a great deal of discus but no one really ever does anything about who ended a 41year military career with his retire ment June said his failure to get a thorough reappraisal of national military strategy was one of the principal rea sons he gave up his military ca See Page 15 Senators Scoff At Butler Talk Of Replacement July 13 influential Senal Democrats scoffed today at th suggestion that they are tryin o replace Democratic Natione Chairman Paul Butler wit one of their Butler said Sunday that h Democratic critics in Congre already have selected a ce tain western senator to su plant He forecast tha any ouster move would refused to identify the senato Congressional Democrats ha been criticizing Butler since h attacked the partys congre sional leaders last week for b ing too conservative and mo Senate Democratic Whip Mik Mansfield the first strike back at Butlers crl said the chairmans r mark about a western lawy was the first I ever heard any move to replace him wl a I do not believe any sue movement is under Man See Page 10 GUARANTEE S SUMMIT MEET PRICE Proposes Secret Resume At Once July 13 UPI hurled its old Berlin irms back at the West today n spite of a warning from Sec etary of State Christian Her er that Western rights must be ecognized in writing if there to be a summit Repeats Dedmands Soviet Foreign Minister An rei Gromyko returned from Vloscow after the threeweek re ess in the EastWest talks with he demand that the foreign conference start rtiere it left off by accepting he Kremlins alreadyrejected leading for the imultaneously served notice hat the West demands written oviet recognition of the West rn rights in Berlin to mini mize the danger of subsequent iffering Starts Wrangle Gromyko touched off a pro edural wrangle by rejecting he Western request for imme iate secret sessions unless both East and West German were Neither Germany was epresented at previous secret leetings but had attend d plenary Gromyko said Western life ines to Berlin might be main alned the West accepted the See Page 2 Two Canadians Caught With Ottawa Loot SAN July Canadian youths caught trying to flee into Mexi co with taken from an Dttawa bank where one of them worked as a teller told police today they stole the money be cause they were bored and wanted some Richard and Gerald both of Ot were arrested Sunday by a young border patrolman who thought they looked too young to be on their recently promoted to a tellers job at the Toronto Dominion Bank of said he stole the cash from the bank He doubted the theft would have been discovered un til opening of the bank he The wearing cowboy hats and carrying their loot In a were stopped by Pa trolman Richard only recently out of the rookie They said later that they had crossed the border several hours before on a trial run to see if they would be Wolfe said LeClerc looked as though he were only about 16 years He asked the youths for their identification cards when they were unable to See Page 2 Texas Tax Bill Propects fading Judge Stays Louisiana Rights Hearing Excess Cotton Planted On 300 Farms In County Some 20 crop reporters em ployed by the Navarro county ASC office beagn the task of measuring overplanted cotton farms Work will con tinue through the About 300 cotton farm opera tors have been notified of over planted according to Will ASC office manager According to the farm operator has 15 days from date of notice to destroy excess cot Farmers have been urged to notify the ASC office as soon as the cotton is Jones said all of the cotton in the excess acreage must be de stroyed plowed up and that the plowup fee this year is per farm plus for each plot ver The penalty rate for over planted cotton is cents per and those cotton farms remaining overplanted will nol be eligible for price support loan and purchase Jones said the overplantct notices should be considere very that if an error is indicated the ASC office should be contacted immediate WITNESSES LACK BRING DISMISSAL TREASON CASE SAN July 13 charges in the owellSchuman germ warfare ase were dismissed today be ause the government has failed o obtain grand jury indict The sedition indictment is still The defendants were John and his of San and Julian of New York vho put out a Communist line lagazine the China Monthly leview in Shanghai during the Korean They were accused of treason Streetman Bites Set Tuesday For 92 Charles 92 Streetman business woman died In the Navarro Clinic Sun Funeral services will be hel Tuesday at 2 from th First Methodist church o Streetman with burial in th Birdston The rites will be conductei jy James pas or of the Haynie had resided 1 the Streetman community prac tically all of her life and hat operated the Cozy Cafe an Courts in Streetman since High way 75 was constructed throug that The body was returned to th family home Monday afternoo where it will lie in state untl funeral Surviving are several nieces nephews and other relatives in eluding a H Fort Sil Corley will Crowd Hampers Plane Landing NEW July and airport officials took tteps today to prevent a recur rence of the Roman Holiday In which thousands of sight Beers swarmed to watch the emergency landing of a jet air hampering fire and rescue equipment and their own endangering The Pan American World Air ways with 102 passengers and a crew of 11 lost part of Its landing gear when it took off for London at It circled the field for four reducing its fuel load and awaiting ground per parations for a possible belly before it made a safe touchdown on its remaining wheels at During those four an estimated persons con verged on Idlewild clogging traffic for 15 miles on roads leading to the airport and delaying fire engines and am bulances attempting to reach the landing About spec tators pushed to the edge of the runway seeking a frontrow view of a possible If wed veered off the run or thered been an explos ion and hundreds could have been said the Edward The rescue equipment was at the other end of the runway and could not have reached us if it were Federal aviation authorities impounded the broken landing gear to determine what caused the break in a metal beam which loosed two of the four wheels from the left landing gear as the plane took Police and fire officials join ed Sommers in bitter com plaints about chaos and con fusion on the runway where the Boeing 707 finally landed with two of its 10 wheels miss There also were complaints about the thousands of curiosity seekers who flocked to the air jamming highways so that emergency fire equipment could not get through to the emer gency Chief of detectives James Leg acting chief inspector of the New York City Police De charged that the Sat urday night thrill seekers cre ated a Roman Holiday of the dramapacked ordeal of the 102 passengers and 11 crew mem bers aboard the Fire commissioner Edward Cavanagh said confusion at the airport was so bad that his men would have had a difficult time fighting a if the plane had burst into flames on 44yearold grand father and veteran of 20 years with Pan said the possibility of a fire was his big gest fear from the moment he control tower told him he had lost two wheels on takeoff for London at until he finally landed safely at There were too many people out there on the Som mers It was a They were out on the runway while we were getting low on If the rescue equipment had been it could not have been put to full use because of the people milling on the run After learning he had lost two of the big planes 10 Sommers circled the airport to burn up as much of his pounds of kerosene fuel as he to minimize the fire haz He had pounds when he he The including movie producerdirector Otto Preminger and actor Lawrence See Page 2 MANS LAWN STOLEN CORPUS CHRISTI Thieves really made away wit some long green here Sundaj According to the got off with a 60foot strip tha s 3 12 feet of dug from his front lospital Board Begins Work On Budget For 60 Navarro county hospital board Sunday discussed the 1960 budg t but took no action until next authorized the repair of he incinerator of the to tile five additional rooms and sent a proposed con tract to McGary at to become path January All members of the board vere present except Vice Presi dent Charles Reese of A report was rceived the contract for the lease of the Ballew Estate building to he Manor Finance Company lad been executed for a two year period by Stroube and Paul The financial report showec net earned income for June was with expenses of leaving a profit of The monthly report included 441 patients 94 out 40 lab patients and 69 xray examinations for out There were 159 opera tions during Hosplta charity was listed at and the doctors charity was valued at The average number of pa tients per day was he then Rob rt predicted that the reason case would go to trial vithin 60 Commissioner Joseph iaresh dismissed the Int vhen the government failed to resent two eye witnesses of an vert act of treason in order o establish a probable cause for he He noted the omplaints were field five iionths Lynn illard said that an investiga ion of treason aspects of the ase are continuing and wil He pointed out that lew treason complaints could be ield at any future Doris Brin de ense said the reason hey dont have the witnesses is See PagT 10 Saline Water Plant Funds In IkesRequest Mail Notices Of Tax Change Notices have been mailed ou to all city taxpayers whose prop erty renditions were adjustec by the board of equalization ad vising them as to the date they may appear for a board hear ing if they Miss Kat city tax assessorcollector announced The notices were sent out pre paratory to the boards begin nlng hearings Th board will conduct hearing from 9 to 12 noon an from 2 to 5 Monday through Fridays until complet Serving as the board are Jon Sparks and Hu bert The unit is joint board for the independen school district as n complaints field 30 when edition proceedings against hem ended in At UPI July 13 Eisenhower July 13 UPI Segregation leaders oday hailed legal ruling vhich prevents the Civil Rights Commission from inves igating complaints that North Louisiana negroes are barred rom Federal District Judge Ben Dawklns issued a temporary re training order Sunday barring he commission from holding a cheduled hearing today on com plaints from at least 67 negroes hat they were discriminatec Dawkins announced Sunday light a threejudge court wil decide July 22 whether the com nlsslon and the act that estab ished it are State Rainach chairman of Louisianas Join Legislative Committee on Seg termed Dawkins deci sion a fine first rounc It amounts to the first tim any of the states have taken he offensive against the Clvi Rights We consid er it a victory for law and or der and the establishment of B Rainach Alabama John Patterson congratulated Louisiana Attor ney General Jack Gremillion on the outcome of the Gremillion filed the s u 1 against the askin for the temporary restrainin to stop todays hcarln fend iWe throejudge trial of tli constitutionality of the commis His suit was on behalf o north Louisiana Parish coun today asked Congress for In supplemental appro priations for various executive departments for fiscal The largest item was 000 for the office of saline wa ter In the interior ncluding to construct the first demonstration plant for the conversion of sea wa ter to fresh The President also asked for the bureau of labor statistics to expand its work in compiling productivity estimates and wage A supplemental amount of was asked for the treas Including for the operating expenses of the Coast The President also submitted a supplemental request of for fiscal 1959 to meet contingent expenses of the Sen Sukarno Names Becord Cabinet Jluy Sukarno to day completed Installation of the largest cabinet In Indones ias history to launch this re public of islands on its new venture in guided De who has virtual dic tatorial powers under the new will rule with 38 minis ters holding 43 separate cabinet He pleaded today for their cooperation in his crash pro gram to pull Indonesia out of economic and political y Registrars subpenaed to ap pear at the Getting Mind Straight On Home Long Claims Hew Oil Find By BBYCB MILLER FORT July 13 UPI Earl Long of Louisiana said today that a long wildcat oil well has presented him with a 63 and In and out of three mental wards since May said that the main reason for his coming to Texas was to get straight in his own mind who the scalawags are in his Hells going to break he Long arrived in Fort Worth Saturday night with a pillow case over his violently cursing reporters and photog raphers who pursued He apologized later for his profanity and for a Louisiana State Police lieutenants push ing a reporter out of an eleva Long held a news conference today in his suite In the Hotel where he told about his travel plans and announced that he will call a special session of the Louisiana legislature He told about the oil well and complained about the scala wags In his administration in an He said he plans to leave Fort Worth for El He hopes before Wednesday to be Invited to address the Texas legisla From El Long expects to go to Monterrey and Aca pulco In Internal Revenue Service agents have been looking into his income and especially into reports that he has hidden away unused funds from his last In regard to the IRS investi Long said It never dawned on me youd owe income tax on gambling because all my lie my losses were greater than my And thats true with the av erage American who is sucker enough to try to beat the horses and bingo and the lottery and slots slot He said that whom he Is suing for legal separation had taken him for severa hundred But because of his wildcat oi he he has This is enough to let me live like a gentleman at Winnfleld site of his country home among my friends and neigh both white and colored for three Long said there may be offi cials In his administration who are taking hut Im too See Page 2 See Page 10 Hegro Critically Hurt When Hit By SP Engine Tom unemploye is in a critical conditio n Memorial Hospital as a r suit of being struck by a South ern Pacific Llnes engine at th Twelfth avenue crossing Sun day at His residenc s listed as 823 South Mai A Corley ambulance carrle Injured man to Memorl Hospital where he underwen surgery for several The victim suffered a fra lured left leg and left s vere head and other 1 eng reported the victim wa walking alongside the trac going and stepped front of the twounit diese engine that had been to th station for orders and was pr ceding back to pick up the tra left In the south Tho engine was stopped an the ambulance City police investigated th July 13 JF lances of the House and Sen reaching any agreement on compromise tax bill shrank apidly the Senate took no ae on on the House request for a ew conference committee to ork on still another compro ilse the House avoided a trongly organized effort to ipe out its unfavorable vote aturday against the The House then quit until 10 Tuesday and the Senate ntil By instead of re until tomorrow any ef ort to wipe out Saturdays vote omorrow will lake a twothirds instead of a simple ma Speaker Waggonei 2arr Earlier he advisee House members riot to close 11 avenues to solution of our ax Jerry member of the now House tax onference critlciz d Carr in a personal privilege peech for saying obstruction sts won last Saturdays Whether a third special ses See Page 10 Hew Programs Barred In State College Now July Texas Commission on Higher Education today voted 73 to lut the brakes on any new pro rrams for the 19 statesupport ed colleges until the Legislature solves the states financial James Cox of Breckenrldge commission offered the The commissions agenda is crowded today with new pro jrams and degree plans wanted jy the University of Tex Womans Sul Lamar Tarlelon and Slephen The resolution doesnt ef fect the work of the commis sion or staff except so far as money is said chair man Brownfleld Cox said the Legislature will See Page 10 Demand Down For Texas Oil July 13 Bureau of Mines today forecas a further decrease in the de mand for Texas crude The bureau placed the prob able August demand at barrels down bar The forecast was recelvet from Washington by Railroad Commission Chairman Ernes The commlssloi meets Wednesday to set th August allowable production the average calen dar day allowed is bai ONLY HOURS LEFT BEFORE STRIKE TIME Some Mills Begin Slow Shutdown Process Monday NEW July 13 Steel wage heeding a plea by President resumed their contract talks to day with less than 36 hours left to head off a crippling steel strike tomorrow at The renewed bargaining came too late to avert a shut down of the steel mills which already had begun banking fur naces in anticipation of a Cooling of the furnaces must be done gradually to prevent heavy damage to the and the steps preliminary to losing were under way across he Atmosphere Tense The atmosphere was carged vith tension and pessimism as egotiators met shortly after noon Hopes for a break n the deadlock were dim even hough both sides said they did not want a The meeting was called has ily after Eisenhower urged loth sides to continue the joint alks In an effort to avert a na ionwlde strike by steel Meeting The negotiators met for an hour and then recessed until 3 EDT so that union rep resentatives could attend a pre vlously scheduled meeting of the See Page 10 TennesseHine Convicts Seize Guard Hostages July 13 UPI More than 100 con victs seized three hostages Mon day and settled down to a grim waiting game deep within a coal mine at Bushy Mountain State Warden Frank Llewellyn said guards armed with shotguns and eargas were posted at tha mouth of the the only The hostages were mine civilian employes who boss convicts in the coal mine operated by the state It was believed that 116 pris oners were protesting having o work on the birthday of Confed erate General Nathan Bedford a state Mon day was the 138th anniversary of his birth and most state offices were Theyre a mils and a quarter down Insido that Llewel lyn Were just waiting to oners were protesting having to cant afford to get three men killed If we can help Highway patrol forces In 35 miles to the were alerted for movement to Petros but Llewellyn said rein forcements were apparently not Llewellyn said tho prisoners revolted somclime after they See Page 2 Senate Opens Defense Debate July 13 UPI Some Senate Demo crats called today for further boosts in President Eisenhowers defense They said It Is inadequate to provide Criticism of the defense pro gram came as the Senate began debate on a bill which already Is higher than the administration request and more than a Houseap proved Stuart Symington D urged Congress to force the administration to reorganize its defenses on the basis of the progress Incident to this nu clear Instead of continuing to let them drift In Henry Jackson D appealed for more funds for ballistic moderni zation of the antisubma rine facilities and research and The defense appropriation Is for the fiscal year that began July The bill before the Sen ate calls for Another Senate Dennis Chavez de fended the bill as being ade quate for current Earlier Senate Republican leader Everett Dirksen re ported that Elsenhower already has his hackles up over the addition of funds to increase Marine Corps approv ed by the Senate Appropriations Other congressional develop ments Medical Flem Secretary of Edu cation and urged re jection of a measure which would provide free medical care for old people through Increas ed social security He said the government should seek instead a way of broaden ing voluntary medical Insur The American Medical Association is opposed to the now before House Ways Means But the leg islation Is one of the favorites of organized President asked Congress to provide to help run several executive de The supplemental appropriation would go for re search In conversion of salt wa ter to fresh for the Bu reau of Labor Statistics and for the Radioactivity Alleyn a marine scientist told a House Merchant Marine subcommittee that ocean cur rents carried radioacltitvy miles after the 1954 nuclear tests n the The subcommit tee Is studying the dumping of adloactlve wastes in the The economics of wastes dis posal seems to point clearly to ho use of land disposal Seymour Rackets A witness told the Senate Rackets Committee that two officials of the Longshore mens Union on the West Coast tried to persuade a Teamster monitor to resign by offering him back legal Bartley a New York said the Longshore man leadership a direct Interest 01 the Team sters Teamster Chief James Hoffa was scheduled to testify later In the day for the fourth and final Democrats Some Influen tial Senate Democrats said they dont know anything about the certain western senator who Democratic National Chairman Paul Butler claims his con gressional critics have picked to replace Butler would not name tho He said any ouster move would Demo See Page 2   

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