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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - July 17, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                i THE WEATHEB LOCAL cloudy and warm through Saturday with scattered Thermometer Readings 8 9 I 10 I 11 12 I 1 I 2 84 l 98 I 02 f 94 95 I 96 I 97 Complete Weather Report on Market sa2 DailySunandSemiWeekly MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW July er motors ed governments mill buying in current CHICAGO slow light commercial low tn 25 conti low er top Jnsuffinient for market LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS 35 JULY 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS IVEN F BACK I VE ARRESTED FOR STRING OF Ellis shows no emotion as Los Angeles Detective Dan Bowser displays a weapon which police say Atteberry used in the wounding of a policeman in who says he took part in more than 200 says he worked at it so hard because he wanted to start a new Police found 000 worth of loot in three luxurious apartments he He elud ed officers in almost 48 Canada and Mexico and was caught at dropping his last nickle in a AP Wirephoto k Construction Navarro Mills rep Fi the The Army Corps of En gineers had started real estate acquisition and plans to have construction under way on the Navarre Mills Dam and Reser voir on Richland creek about the end of this Wal ter district engineer at Fort said The district engineer said op tions have been received on several tracts of land needed for construction of the dam and He expects to have purchased all the land needed for initial construction and to advertise for bids on construc tion of the first segment of StredmanMan Literally Hangs Onto His Life Ralph 49 year old Btreetman Thursday afternoon figuratively and liter ally hung to He was dragged more than 100 yards through two fences and over1 a county road by a runaway tractor while he held on to the under part of the ma chine just in front of the sickle of the mower that would have cut him to He jump ed under the tractor to avoid the wheel and then held HoweUs condition was good at the Navarro clinic Friday He suffered a deep laceration on the back of his scalp from ear to several other deep lacerations on the head and face and severe bruises on both X ray examinations did not dis close any spinal Howell was mowing his pas ture about Thursday when he saw a loose Throwing the machine out of he sought to tighten the bolt whjJe the engine still was In some the tractor went into gear and the victim had to hold on for life to avoid the blades of the The machine went through a couple of fences and over the stalling in a ditch and killing the Howell was rushed to the elinic in a Griffin embankment for the dam in Bids will be opened In and construction should be under way either by the end of December or early In he CoL Wells said beginning of construction is predicated upon an expected appropriation of for use during the I960 fiscal which started July The will be used primarily for purchase of real estate and construction of the first segment of embank Real estate needed for the construction will be pur chased then the area in the steam from the the dis trlct engineer The dam will be a rolled earth embankment feet Its maximum height above the stream bed will be about 82 The first contract will Include excavation for the with excavated ma terial from the spillway area to be used In the The Navarro Mills Reservoir will be built by the Corps of Communists Ask New Regime With Representation July 17 UFI Fidel Castro resigned today as prime minister of Cuba after five months and one day in of His brother Raul announc ed the There was no immediate explanation for the sudden move that touched off an uproar in No Disorders The communist party immedi ately demanded the formation of a truly revolutionary gov ernment with communist Hundreds of delistas turned out in streets of Havana demanding that Castro stay No disorders were reported Castro was expected to make a radio and TV broadcast to the nation on his abrupt deci sion to leave the office he took last 16 to carry out his revolutionary reform and sweep away the last vestiges of the dictatorship of exiled president Fulgencio Headlines Huge The journal of Castros 26 July move carried the news with the headline Fidel Resigns in 5 12 Inch at 33 the youngest prime minister in Cubas turb ulent left office at the height of growing internal and i nterriational disputes involving See Page 10 NO 59 POLIO CASES HERE BUT PROTECTION STRESSED Polio outbreaks have occurred in scattered sections about the nation and in various points in Texas this year in increasing numbers over but thus far Navarro county has not had a case reported In A news story Friday reveals that Dallas county has already reported 26 polio cases this year compared to only four in Navarro countys record for the past five years lists 28 cases with a decline noted the last three Of the past five 1955 was the biggest with 12 cases See NAVARRO Page 10 Negro Child Is Bitten By Dogs Barbara fouryearold negro was attacked by three dogs near North Third street and East Second Avenue Thursday afternoon and was severely The child was brought to the Memorial Hospital at 330 suffering multiple abrasions and lacerations about the head and The left ear was badly After first aid the child was dismissed from the The family residence it at 719 East First investigating police reported the trio of greyhounds alleged to have attacked the child are owned by Edgar 17A East Side who was instructed to keep the dogs under observation for a 10day period for possible rabies indica Unemployment Spreading From Sleel Shutdown July 17 UPIJ The strike against the na tions basic steel Industry cut deeper into employment in re lated fields With no further peace talks scheduled until Monday at the United Steelworkers President David McDonald and his top lieutenants carried their fight for a better contract to the picket In President Eisenhower discussed the steef strike for an hour and 45 min utes today In a separate con ference with Secretary of Labor James after the regular week meeting of the In addition to the halfmillion USW members who struck at mills from coasttocoast at one minute after midnight last It was estimated that more than miners and sea men were idle because of the steel More layoffs those lines were expected raise the total to in other week or The possibility of a second metals Industry strike grew when the USW presented vlr See page 10 in to an Harlem Crime Rate Shocking By Quigg NEW July ugly potential of race riot hangs heavy as summer heat over the jammed tenements and crimeridden pavements of Har Is there danger of such a riot now I dont think so at said Mayor Robert From what I the prin cipal problem is The mayor was asked the ques tion in a news conference after he had discussed with his police commissioner and the Man hattan Borough president late Thursday the tensions that pro voked incidents this The mayor had just returned from a mayors conference in LOB A crowd demonstration in front of a police station on Monday resulted in the station ing of strong police reinforce ments in the West 123rd Harlem Crowded into the twothirds of a square mile of that precinct are more than mostly ne its crime rate is describ ed by Police Commissioner Stephen Kenedy as So far this the precinct has been the scene of including 20 killings as compared with 29 for all last 34 118 454 felonious 156 bur 272 grand 71 automobile ISO narcotics felonies and 109 In addition to Ken nedy moved police reinforce ments into three other pre dominantly negro areas of New York He has indignantly defended his policemen against charges by some negro leaders middle weight box ing champion Sugar Ray Rob inson of The commissioner said the tension in Harlem has lessened since the Monday which several New York newspapers described as a near The crowd gathered at the police station after two policemen ar rested a Puerto Rican woman who was allegedly drunk and throwing dishes in a Harlem Both policemen had been wounded duringthe arrest when the gun one of them held discharged accidentally as the crowd surged against Sugar Ray crowd by assuring them the arrested See Page 10 July 17 mob of about 100 white many of them waving toy gathered out side a Baptist church Thursday night and shouted curses be cauae a white minister was preaching to a mixed congre gation of negroes and The the Charles came to the church door four times and tried vain ly to quiet the Then he ordered his choir to sing and drown out the The crowd broke up at the end of the hour long It was the first meeting of the Jocal chapter of the Pente costal Gospel Holiness church of America since the group mov ed to larger quarters in the First Holland Baptist But residents in the neighbor hood of the church were inclin ed today to minimize racial as pects of the John who lives next to the said the noise of spiritual singing in the building drew a We are not against colored he We object to the This is a quiet neigh bo rhoodandwee not used to See Page 2 Young Mother Forced To Kill Crazed Kidnaper July 17 UPI pulled the trigger and H the sobbing woman I knew it was him or A young mother was deacrlb how she killed a crazed klo napev who threatened to rape her and murder her husband and child Evelyn of Al grappled with the pis tolwaving captor and shot him In the chest with his own caliber police The alleged assailant was Robert a former men tal patient and a cousin of the victims Sheriff Loy Barnett said Sta who was pronounced in sane In connection with a 1958 armed robbery forced his way into the home of his Bud Wednesday night and ordered the couple and their baby to go with him in a Barnett said that before the kidnaper he shot up his cousins home with his nineshot When he reached an isolated he tied up his cousin and then drove about 100 yards fur ther to the spot where he at tempted to rape according to The young mother told po lice her captor forced her to leave the child in the truck and threatened he would kill her husband and the She said she struggled with him until the gun went Then she flagged a motorist and got Lou Prices On Gasoline Noted Retail gasoline prices varied eariy Friday morning for regu lar from cents per gallon to posters Ethyl types also have been reduced during the past several days by both major and Inde pendent A majority of stations Friday morning were selling regular for cents per A yearbyyear run down of records maintained by the Daily Sun shows 6 polio cases in 12 in three each in 1956 and 1957t and 4 cases In 1958 including two in one negro fam Health department authorities have stressed ever since the ad vent of Salk the urgen cy of having all persons under age 20 and expectant mothers and has conducted several mass immunization clin ics to offer this protection to school children In the first three Protection Is urged for all persons under Since the first mass clinics the CoraicanaNavarro County Health Department has conduct ed regular weekly polio inocula tion clinics each Friday and has See Page 10 Unvaccinated Suffering Most From Outbreaks July 17 The polio count went up again last week with 179 cases 111 of them the Public Health Ser vice said This is a slight Increase over revised figures for the week end ing July when 174 cases were 105 A total of 104 56 were reported for the week ending July Surgeon General Leroy Bur who heads the warned that crippling polio Is on the march this es pecially among the unvaccinat See Page 2 Bohl T Get Top Post Offer July 17 UPI Administration offi cials said today that Soviet affairs expert Charles Boh len will be offered a high ad visory post in the State Depart ment with President Elsenhow ers full approval despite recent indications to the con They that the president has written Bohlen to say that his Wednesday news conference remarks which reporters took as showing cool ness to such a transfer were by the former ambassador to Russia and a longtime expert of Soviet now ia ambassa dor to the He prob ably will be offered a job on the departments policy planning officials although there was a possi bility he might be designated special adviser on Russian af Bill To Allow 70Mile Speed Talked To Death 17 way speeds up to 70 miles per hour rounded legislative went uphill and downhill to a unsuc cessful George Dal threw up the final road block late Thursday He threatened a filibuster to talk the bill to death 40 minutes be fore the special session Dorsey San withdrew the joint con ference prepared hasti ly In the last closing Louis Mid failed after many to get House The Senate has killed this Speaker Waggoner Carr said before the House tried in the closing minutes to bring up the measure The bill HB39 would Authorize the State High way Department to zone auto speed limits up to 70 miles per hour and trucks up to Pres ent limits are 60 and Prohibit concealment of law enforcement officers making moving violation This includes hiding radar The provision relating to oldtlme the diamond shaped badge and riding a motorc3cle In order to make an See Page 7 Farm Income Skids Sharply First Half 59 July 17 Agriculture De partment reported today that net farm income skidded down ward at an annual rate of 1 bil lion or eight per during the first six months of this The Department estimated that nnt farm left after taxes and running at an average annual rate of about 12 billion dollars the first half of the In the farm income situa tion the Department said that oven though the annual rate was clown from the esti mate was more than 1 billion dollars above the 1957 The Department said cash re ceipts from crop marketing were only Hlightly down from the first half of Average prices of farm products declin ed but this was largely offset hy increased volume of Government payments to far mers were lower than last and production expen ses hit a new high annual rate of close to 28 billion three per cent above the first half of Wages property taxes and interest charges also were above last RS were prices paid for feeder See Page 7 July 17 House Appropria tions Committee recommended today that Congress grant per cent of the new cash re quested by President Elsenhow er for the Atomic Energy Com mission It approved for House action Tuesday a bill carrying to operate the agency in the new fiscal year which started July This was less than the President the committee said the bill would boost total funds available to the agency for the 12month period to 000 Including funds previously allotted and It said this was more than the agency spent in the last 12 The committee alloted 000 for continuing research work on development of a reactor for a nuclearpowered This was the same as last years allotment but less than Eisenhower The committee noted that OOQ In new funds actually would be available because the defense money bill carries for the same The committee rejected half of the Presidents request lor for isotope develop Page 10 Press Jetliner May Shoot For Moscow Record July 17 giant jet airliner ac companying Vice President Richard Nixon to Russia next week la expected to try to better the New YorktoMoscow flight time of Soviet First Pep uty Premier Frol A Soviet TU114 jetprop last Monday returned Kozlov to MOB caw nonstop in 9 hours and 48 Nixons plane Is not likely to be aiming for any That It was learned to will be left to a Boeing 707 Intercontinental jet which will carry Nixons press group non Istop from New York Citys Idlewild Airport to The Vice President himself Is to leave Baltimores Friendship Airport In a different type of Boeing alrlinerra military ver sion of the standard 707 now making dally transAtlantic commercial Nixoris plane is expected to make a re fueling stop at Ice Both the press which will have at least 56 passengers plus and the Vice Presi dents craft will depart next Wednesday Nixon Is going to Russia to See Page 2 EL July 17 CUPI Earl fight ing mad because his aides went to sleep while he toured Juarez night stormed into the Hilton Hotel early today and tried to kick down a Douglas Durrett of the Louisiana State Police tried to restrain the enraged governor but Long cursed and kicked at the door of his room until a bellboy rushed down for a G you wake up in Long shouted as he beat and kicked at the door in a vain attempt to wake his sleeping as Long stopped kicking and beating at the door when a bell boy produced a Then he rushed into the woke hia associates and rebuked them profanely for not being up to let him Durrett tried again to calm him Long rejected his efforts so violently that Dur one of the most experienc ed officers in the state came out JOB another state police went up to com See Page 2 Woman Admits Killing Hiding Bodies Jl h M i r At 1rt T Id 4 tJ j Dllij lVMt 13L11 III confessed today she shot lover and his dismem bered their bodies with an tossed the severed limbs along a country road and hid the orsos In two abandoned Police said the Viola led them to the dou bloodstained ax al legedly used In the killing and also showed them the wheel barrosv used to load the limbs and torsos into her The woman was charged with two She and her moth er and stepfather had been picked up for questioning last night but her parents were lat er No motive was given for the Miss Hyatt said she and Lee Harper had an under standing of an engagement and planned to be married lat er this Sec Pago 2 Treasury Offers Record Interest July 17 UP The Treasury plans to offer 14 billion dollars of securities car fylng 4 34 per cent interest the highest Interest paid by the government since The securities will be offered In two only to holders of maturing The issues will be In 12 12 month Treasury notes to be dat ed 1 and notes running 4 years and 9 to be dated July Governor Hints At Third Term M acre Jujy I Price Daniel renewed today hia demand for a severance bene ficiary natural gas tax aimed primarily at pipeline The governor told the new born third special session of the Legislature that the natural gas pipeline people were more re sponsible than anybody else for long delay In solving the states money Gains Significance The governors statement gained added significance in view of an announcement that the states top association of in dependent oil and gas producers back a pipe line tax if more natural gas taxes are Some members of the Legis lature said this might the factor to break the 780day rev enue logJam that has threaten ed to cripple state services after Deadlock Factors The Senates unwillingness to accept a severance natural gas plus strong House senti ment for it and House opposi tion to sales have major factors In creating the Senators and representatives gathered in the House chamber Geneva Reports 47 Bodies Found After Puson Stadium Sfampedc July A sudden rainstorm sent thousands of Koreans fighting their way out of a stadium in Pusan to night in a deathfilled Orient press said In a dispatch from the southern port city that 47 bodies had been Several hundred others were reported Radio Seoul said more than a dozen chil dren died In the Orient Press said the dead were crushed and trampled to A National Police Headquar ters spokesman here said he could not confirm the reports because the police telephone cir cuit to Pusan was out due to rains and winds of typhoon Bit which was last reported over Yellow Orient Press said about 000 persons had gathered in Pu ean stadium to watch a special Free Citizens show sponsored by the Kukje Shinbo newspa per of At about heavy rain brought on by typhoon Bii lle started to fall and the crowd began to the agency Many died as a frantic strug gle developed at the narrow en trance the agency July and Americana dug themselves out today from mud and debris left by Taipeis worst flash floods Jn seven Police said 13 Chinese were 15 injured and six miss ing in the floods triggered Wed nesday by the torrential rains of typhoon There were no American cas ualties although several hun dred Americana were forced to flee housing areas be cause of the a spokes man Water in some areas was Every building in the com pound occupied by the military assistance advisory group also suffered flood dam The military hospital was The storm was moving toward The Central Weather Bureau in Seoul said it had lost much of Its punch but warned of heavy raina and July The West launched a new round of secret BJg Four talks today with a demand that Soviet Pre mier Niklta Khrushchev withdraw the war threat from Berlin at once If he really means his latest pledge of The Soviet Premiers declara tion in Poland Thursday that will nev July oarpropelled ferry capsized today dumping 30 sons into the rainswollen River Jn western ports reaching here said persona had been the others were missing presumed See Page 2 A boat per Coh Re 26 but and er start a war gave the West an Immediate opening to chal lenge Soviet threats agiilnHt Berlin and Russian rebuffs of Western efforts to keep the peace in the divided The ministers met for nearly three hours but Western sources aaid no progress was made toward breaking the deadlock on a Berlin truce Another secret meeting was scheduled for Monday at the Villa of the British Foreign At Soviet a semipub lic plenary session of the con ference was set for The Big Four finally rot dawn to secret talkz at an inti mate lunch after a four day filibuster by Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei who maintained at first he waa secret talks without East German But Gromyko abandoned the propagandaloaded open plen ary sessions for the and went to lunch at the villa of French Foreign Minister Maurice Couve De Secretary of State Chris tian Hcrter and his Western partners hoped In the privacy of lunch to convince Gromyko the West will not budge on Its rights in Berlin and will not recognize the puppet East Ger man They also wanted to find out whether Khrushchevs no war speech at Thursday was a sincere state ment or just more No one In the West expected any magic breakthrough now that secret negotiations had be gun at In uomo dele gations were expressing the be lief the present Big Four ses sions may drag out through another four or five weeks if a Berlin truce is achieved at The first session lasted six weeks and ended In Shortly before Couve De Gromyko and Brit ish Foreign Minister Selwyn Lloyd sat down to West regular arid first two special The single change In my rec ommendation is that severance See Page 2 Las Veteran Texas Highest Award July 17 Walter last sur vivingveteran of the Civil today received Texas highest military The 116yearold Confederate veteran received the Distin guished Service Metal and tion from the Texas Heritage Making the presentation wag Roderick managing editor of the Houston Watts Is a fourth generation Texan and has been active in state historical Governor Price Daniel was among those who signed the ci Other signers were Paul Wakefield of president of the and Garland Afair of foundation executive The presentation was made at the home of Willie Mae a daughter who hag cared for the bedridden soldier the past three Walter Williams represents the last of an era In American Daniel said In signing the citation In Austin We are Sec Progress German Foreign Minister Hdn rich Von Brantano flew hack to Geneva from where he conferred with Chancellor Kon rad He may have brought new advice from who has grown Increasingly wor ried that the West might givo away too much in Its desire to end the Berlin Neither the East nor the West Germans were Invited to the secret The Western ministers hoped that In such gettogethers Grom yko would be moro frank and businesslike and leave out tha propaganda that attends the semipublic at a public he sounded as tough as One minute he appeared to be deliberately slowingdown tha march toward the summit which the Russians have been cam paigning so hard The next minute he appeared to be back tracking on several points raising hopes there might be a Gromyko even dlsmlased as not Important the shape ol the conferenc table although he had once made that into such Seo Page 2   

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