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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - July 20, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE AVEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Considerable cloud iness and warm through Tuesday with scattered Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 I 11 12 1 j 2 74 74 75 76 78 81 83 Complete Weather Report on Market DlHameof the DailySunandSemiWeekly McrnindLi LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESSUNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW July 20 motors In gov ernments trade CHICAGO mill and ex port late rally on de ferred light trade to weak top Slaughter steers 25 to 75 cents lowerton H 37 JULY PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS CUBAS NEW PROVISIONAL newly named provisional president of embraces Raul minister of shortly after he took over the reins of a country succeeds Manuel Urrutia who resigned after Fidel Castro accused of conduct amounting to near AP Wirephoto Texas Violence Takes 31 Lives By The Associated Press Violence and the neverending crush of motor vehicle traffic took at least 31 lives in Texas over the Traffic accidents alone killed 17 The count by the Associated Press was made between 6 Friday and midnight Rainslick highways and streets were blamed for some of the automobile A carcollision near Waxaha chie took the lives of the wife and the teenage son of Allen political editor of the Dallas Morning Sun Duckworth and Allen Duckworth were killed in one Killed in the other car was Bill Tragedy OHeals Family Twice Tragedy strufck twice in the family of Bud 1308 Ficklin during the A nephew and a sisterinlaw were killed in separate accidents and a bro ther was critically Stan Lake the was killed Saturday He was the ntfinager of his fathers ranclp and frequently visited are his and Mark Lam pasas two Buddy Fields and Andy both of and a married sister who resides in Funeral services were held Monday at 3 at Roberteen of sisterinlaw of was killed in a car collision on Highway 77 on a rainswept road Sunday at in which her Bill Shirley also was seriously Allen and her Al len McEwin wife and son of Political Edi tor Allen Duckworth of the Dal las Morning were killed in the same Bill Standard is manager of a Killeen variety store and he See Page 10 of Her 32 and Billie of Killeen were seriously The ac cident happened on a curve during a driving Another headon car collision during heavy rain took the life of Elmer James Fort near Charlie Fort Worth driver of the other wasnt Frank Riggs Hous was killed in the collision of his small foreign car with another auto on a slick high way north of Alvarado in the Cleburne area The occu pants the other car werent badly i Tommy TEX Z V m v Vf 5 10 Hurt In West Texas STERLING July 20 Five persons were kill ed and 10 Injured early today in a headon crash of two cars a dry stretch of Highway 87 three miles south of Four of the dead and eight of the injured were members of three Latin American families from who were en route home from In the other car were and Harvey Green Knight of San Angelo and their grand Judy Fay of whom they were bringing home with them for a Killed were 46 Richard Sylvia Gom Gregory Gomez and Frank Injured and taken to Shan non San were who suffered chest and possibly other injur ies his granddaughter Rosen do Joseph the other driver Joe 3 Lupe 10 Frank 13 Dolores wife of Frank who was killed Lupe 18 and Raymond Ester mother of the three children killed and three others was brought to Sterling County Hos pital Khrushchev Cancels Scandinavian Trip ft ft iJr ft ft ft ft ft ft ft iJr ft ft ft Propose Permanent German Panel HERTER RAPS PUPPETS OF EAST REICH Geneva Effort Believed Grab For Initiative July 20 UPI Secretary of State Christian Herter proposed today that the Geneva deadlock over Berlin be broken by converting the pres ent big four conference into a permanent commission on Ger many with East and West Ger man Herter said such a body would riave no time limit on its activi the allGerman com mittee proposed by the Russians which would have to complete erman reunification within 18 The Secretary of State old the big four conference that setting up a permanent commission would be a sensible and businesslike way of break ng the EastWest deadlock Herter spoke for the West as a whole when he delivered the proposal to a plenary session of he EastWest foreign ministers conference this Shortly the sec retary had put the plan private ly before Soviet Foreign Minist See Page 10 Charge Widow Stages Orgies With Teenagers NEW July 20 said today that a 45yearold widow staged sex rgies in her home involving eenaged girls and as many as 10 Three men were arrested in addition to Thelma whose 15yearold niece confessed to police about he Patrolman Roland rournier of the police juvenile department said when the in vestigation is finished possibly mlf a dozen teenaged girls and as many as 30 men may be in Fourier said Lawrence Ran Roland and John were charged with contributing to the delinquency of a juvenile and carnal Ranca ore and Attardo were also charged with crimes against Diagrepont was charged with contributing to he delinquency of a The girls Fournier apparently all around 5 and 16 years He said the investigation is young et and it was not known how ong the parties had been go ng The aunt got them all to See Page 10 TWINING RECOVERING WASHINGTON iff Nathan Twining will resume ils duties as chairman of the Foint Chiefs of Staff next Mon 10 weeks after surgery for lung Hold Doctor In Wifes Death LAS July Bernard arrested in the month Las Vegas apartment of his former will be re turned to the Los Angeles area today to face questioning in the slaying of his attractive 43yearold part owner of a West medi cal signed a waiver of extradition Sunday night but re fused to make a statement to sheriffs deputies about the gun shot killing of his She was shot outside their home in West a Los Angeles suburban about midnight The family maid said she saw Finch chase his wife out of the garage with a gun and then heard a Finchs nurse friend said she there shortly before but left when Finch pulled a Finch was arrested Sunday in the plush apartment of Carol his former nurse for the past month has been working here as a cocktail She said he had been helping her pay for the apart The doctor told deputies at first that he had been here since but when a revealed she drove him to West Covina Sat urday he refused to answer further questions without advice from his He was booked on suspicion of Pappas was not booked but she was expected to return voluntarily as a material witness with West Covina de tectives here to take Finch In Pappas said Finch ar rived here by plane Friday but that they returned to West Covina Saturday to ask Finch for a They wait ed outside the house until returned from the Los Angeles Tennis where she and Finch were Finch and his wife who pre viously was married to the man who now is the husband of Finchs first wife began argu ing and she pulled a said The waitress said she became frightened and She said she heard what could have been two shots as she She hid near the house for six hours while police in vestigated and then returned by hers to her aaartment She found Finch lying on the sofa when she she said But attempts to make him tell what happened or how he re turned met with Marie Anne an exchange student from Gote who worked as a maid at the Finch told this story Patty Daugherty Finchs daughter by a previous marriage was going to bed Raymond Finch the doctors and Finchs son already was in I heard Finch scream and call for help immediately after I heard the I threw a robe on and called for Patty to but then I told her to go back as I ran out to the It was dark In the garage so I turned on the I saw Finch lying on the floor on the right side of the Finch came rushing toward He brushed me aside and turned off the Then he took my head and knocked me against the two or three A dent in the plaster wall was caused by her I fell I must have passed out for a few sec See Page 10 Expert Says West Ripe For Nuclear Blackmail Legislators Tackle Spending First Admiral Leahy Dies Monday In Naval Hospital July 20 UPI Fleet Admiral William wartime Chief of Staff to President died here He was Death came at EDT at the Navy Medical Center in nearby the Navy A cerebral vascular accident was listed as the cause of With him was his Rear William com mander of the Norfolk Navy Ship Yard at A cerebral vascular accident s failure of one or more of the blood vessels serving the Leahys career epitomized the Navy tradition I have just be gun to When he retired from the Navy in 1939 after 46 years of he was not through serving his For just ahead of him was perhaps the most challenging role of his ife one in which he was to lelp without fanfare or the destiny of the na tion in its darkest This was his postretirement role as statesmandiplomat and personal Chief of Staff toPresi dents Roosevelt and It was Leahy who both be ore and after his retirement rom the fashion he foundation for victory in World War II and for the peace that See Page 10 50 County 4 Members Attend Trinidad Camp Approximately 50 Navarro county 4H club members and leaders opened the annual camp at the Texas Power and Light Company lake at Trinidad Mon They will return home Wednesday shortly before The group left the courthouse at 9 Monday and registered at the lake at They enjoyed a sack lunch at The program began Monday afternoon in workshop groups and Programs are planned for each The eight boys and girls who attended the district camp are in assisted by the county agents and adult The eight in charge are Wheyln Robinson and Dale both of the Pettys Chapel club Gowan Murphy and Danny both of the Corbet club Linda Beeman and Linda both of the Corbet club Judy and Judy Kerens County Agent John Home Agent Gertrude Assistant County Agent Assistant Home Agent Joan Westbrook Hill and Miss Myrna agent in train See 4H Page 2 SLOW RAINS REPORTED OVER TEXAS By The Associated Press soaking rains fell over much of Texas Monday for the second straight There also were some heavy downpours that measured up to five and six The 6inch rain fell overnight at Eagle Pass on the Rio Five inches of rain fell from 6 Sunday to 8 Mon Nixon Pledges Full Secrecy To Khrushchev July 20 President Richard Nxon has sent word to So viet Premier Nikita Khrush chev that he will keep in the strictest confidence any discus sions they may have in who leaves Wednes day for a tour of the Soviet Un was said to hope that his assurance of secrecy would en courage Khrushchev to trans mit to him any confidential message he might have for President It was emphasized that the vice president does know whether Khrushchev will hav such a But If he Nixon wants him to feel free to state it and to discuss cold war problems There has been no announce ment that Khrushchev will con fer with But such meeting is regarded as virtually especially since Eisen hower received Deputy Soviet Premier Frol Kozlov during his recent visit Nixon asked Kozlov to relay to Khrushchev assurances that he intended to respect the pri See Page 10 Excited Crowd Foils Lifeguard July 20 An excited crowd anxious to help save the life of a boy after he was pulled from a near by lake Sunday pushed away a man trying to breathe life into the boy and hampered the efforts of a young While the crowd milled and argued over the best method of artificial David of died on the shore of Shadow Lake 14 miles north of Frank Samon of who tried breathing into Davids mouth to revive said It was an awful I started to use the mouthtomouth method and the kid seemed to come around a Then 15 or 20 people started pushing me They were pulling the boys arms and legs and day at Lake nine miles north of Brownwood in West Central Lake Brownwood rose three Scattered rains fell Monday from the Eagle Uvalde Corpus Christ area northeasi to the Red Other parts of the state were north of Dallas had Inches early Monday and light rains continued there at Other heavy rains in the last 24 hours include Dublin Inches Uvalde Grapevine between Dallas and Fort Worth and in the Dallas area Garza Lavon and Rain bow and Ferris The rain was good news to farmers and city dwellers alike In the Abilene area farmers reported the good rains probably will mean an unusual second crop of Cotton in the area was described as At Dallas the July rainfall so far recorded was inches compared to a normal July tola of However the rain fall for the year to date was still below the nor 2 jgt Countys Rain Varies Widely Cooler weather and showers were received Monday morning throughout Navarro hut this immediate area missed the torrential rains that were en countered in some Texas areas Sunday and Frost reported Inch until with drizzle following that Rains in the westerr section of the county started earlier than the 6 shower in Corsicana that amounted to inch by 7 The drizzles and showers did not start at Kerens until 7 Showers and drizzles were re ported at Dawson and Blooming Grove along with other report ing Delay Action On Civil Rights July 20 UPI The Senate Judiciary Committee postponed a show down on civil rights legislation today but proponents saw rea son to hope that a civil rights bill will win committee appro Tho in a twohour set the stage for a real test on the civil rights question next John Car roll said he will move at that time to give immediate consideration to the subcommit teeapproved civil rights The committee left the way clear for Carroll to make such a motion by vacating an earlier decision to make a pending anti trust bill the business for next weeks Letter Carries Threat of Veto On New Projects Ike Critical On Water Plans July 20 UPI President asserting that skyrocketing of federal spending must be stop criticized the Senate and House today for including to start new projects in a pend ing public works appropriations The presidents sharp state ment was interpreted as a warn ing that he might veto the unless Congress before final passage knocks out funds for many of the new The chief executives views were set forth in an exchange of correspondence with John Taber senior the House Appro priations Taber will serve on the SenateHouse Con ference Committee assigned to draft the final compromise As it stands the bill is direct challenge to the presi dents recommendation against starting any new public works projects for developmnt of the nations water The president noted that he requested for work on 296 projects in the current fiscal He said the although increasing tho total for the current fiscal year only by including funds for 44 new projects which eventually would cost almost He said the Senate added 38 new which ultimately would cost more than he House and Senate action would boost aggregate cost to the United States in the water resources field by about As the bill passed the It carried only more in direct appropriations than the president requested for the current fiscal I The fact that such commit ments result in only relatively small Increases in expenditures In fiscal 1960 seems to me Im the president he made it clear that he would not be satisfied if SenateHouse conferees drafted a compromise bill which re tained many of the new pro but held down the dollar total by cutting funds on pro jects already under The president said that his budget request had proposed the highest expenditure In our nations history for water re source He said the total cost of completing the 296 projects for which he re quested funds will be about Because of this high level of expenditures In 1960 and the further increases required in See Page 10 July House tentatively approved to day the recordbreaking general appropriations bill for 196061 The vote was But representatives balked at suspending rules and getting fi nal action on the measure to send it to the Appropriations Committee chairman William Heatly said at least a 194 million dollar tax bill is needed to pay for the Houses recom mended The one major amendmen adopted put representatives on July 20 UPI An atomic authority said today that hysteria over fallout makes this country and the entire west ripe for nuclear blackmail by He called for development of ever smaller Abombs and H bombs to give the United States the means with which to fight limited wars and win Possession of such weapons is the best he for keeping limited wars These views were expressed by John Henry Morse USN a special assistant to chairman John McCone of the Atomic Energy who spoke at a war college seminar said even high ranking officials have indulged in chaotic thinking record as saying that State In surance Commissioner William Harrison should be kept al his present a year sal The House adjourned until 11 Approval of the Harrison amendment to the major appropriations bill came on an 8836 test The House Appropriations Committee had recommended Harrisons salary be cut to Tom of fered the saying Are we going to have an in surance department beholden to a small group of senators or beholden to the Insurance buy ing public of Texas John was the only spokesman against the lie Were In a financial How can we See Page 2 Longs Sunday Fare Includes Juarez EL July 20 UPI Earl Long of Louisiana followed up a sabbath visit to a Baptist church with a steakandchampagne supper in a Juarez nightclub and didnt get bock to his hotel until early Long watched scantily clad chorus girls prance around on portable ice rinks at the La Cucaracha Cockroach night club with evident He returned to his hotel about 3 CST spent an hour tele was up again by about nuclear He asserted that overemphasis See Page 10 Joe Wilson Vice President Of Powell Bank Joe Wlson of for mer Athens automobile dealer Monday assumed his duties as vice president of the Powel State He Is a graduate of Kerens High School and at tended Tarloton State College at Wilson was elected by th Powell bank directors last week and plans o later moye Taylor Meeks of Rlchland executive vice president of tin Powell said that a re modelling program for tha Pow ell State Bank began Monday Inside of the building will be renovated and some Improve ments are expected on the out Odie Burke of Corsicana Is president and Allene C Hanks of Powell Is the cashier of the Powell Wilson Is a Kiwan and was active in Chamber of Commerce and Athens Coun try Club phoning and 8 The 63yearold who is resting in announc ed that he is scrapping plans to go to and is going to He changed his mind about a Mon terrey trip after a second Texas newspaper criticized Long said he will leave today for Denver and wants to lose himself on tho He said will take until Wednesday reach there and asked newsmen to leave him alone until ho ar The governor said he will go to Denver in his He See Page 10 Peasants Offer Castro Support July Thousands of peasants carrying machetes poured into Havana today for the start of a week long celebration of the Cuban revolution and a new pledge ol allegiance to its Fide The Cuban purg ed of a president Castro charged had blocked the forward march of the was expected to start working with new speed to carve up large farms for the peasants and prosecute objec The new Osval do Dorticos drafted the texts of many revolutionary laws and decrees and he was ex pected to sign any that had been left by ousted President Manuel Urrutia UNFRIENDLY ATTITUDE IS BLAMED Observers Offer Other Reasons For Sudden Move By KLAS ULLMAN July Premier Nikita Khrushchev today angered Scan dinavians and raised speculation about his health and Russian policy moves by abruptly can celling a scheduled tour of northern Press Blamed A Soviet note delivered to tha Scandinavian Embassies in Mos cow Sunday night blamed the unfriendly attitude of tho press and Insulting attacks on Russia and Its premier by some Swedes for the cancellation of the tour next Repercussions spread to Gen eva where the Western delega lons to the Big Four Foreign Ministers conference sought to determine whether the decision some new major Soviet diplomatic maneuver was brew Charges Rejected Sweden and Denmark reject ed the Soviet Finland merely announced Khrushchevs change of plans without com Norway deplored the can The his wife and two Elena and were scheduled to begin the See Page 2 Steel Company Petitions For Picket Curbs July 20 Laughlln Steel appealed to the courts to day to free hundreds of non union employes unlawfully Im prisoned In their plants by belligerent pickets since tha start of tho nationwide steel J the nations fourth largest producer and one of thn 12 firms forming the Industrys coordinating filed Injunction petitions in tha courts of Allegheny and Bea ver The company charged members of the Unit ed Steclworkers have sealed off the entrances to the firms plants at Pittsburgh and All quippa by Illegal The legal first filed since the strike started Wednes came as mediation and director Joseph Finne an conferred separately In New York with company and union negotiators in an effort to find a formula to end the which already idled more than workcri See Page 2 QUESTION PERTINENT July A huge notice spotted Sunday outside a Roehampton church said This Is What is missing Claim Iraq Revolt Continuity July Cairo newspapers today that a Commun ist uprising in Iraq against the government of Premier Abdel arlm Kassem in the oil city of Kirkuk was still raging and that Communists were hanging i large number of notables The death toll was estimated at between 50 and 100 A clandestine radio calling It self the voice of free Iraq also reported today the fighting had spread to the city of Anah across the top of Iraq from Kirkuk and that Communists there had made another attempt to cap the Conflicting reports received n London from the British Em bassy in Baghdad Indicated that the situation In Kirkuk now seems to be a British Foreign Office spokesman The spokesman said the re ports from Baghdad were dis atched late He said here were no reports of injury among Britons In Kirkuk or of damage to British Most of the happenings in raq were veiled by heavy gov rnment censorship but the gov irnment confirmed night that the Communists be gan an attempt on July 14 to seize July 14 is the first anniversary of the upris ing against King The major fighting was re ported confined to the city of Kirkuk where an army brigade thcro mutinied and joined the Communist the semiof ficial Middle East news agency reported in Reports to day said the Reds held large areas of the city and had seized an arms Two Cairo the government organ Al Gom houria and Al reported fighting was still under way In Kirkuk and that the Commun istled second brigade of the second army division had blown up a number of bridges In its mutiny against the The Voice of Free Iraq In a broadcast monitored here said Iraqi armed forces had defeat ed previous criminal attempts by Communist agents to seize the city of It said the latest attempt came Sunday nl ht but was foiled by an army The Communists opened fire and the patrol the broadcast At this very moment a military refinforco joined tho patrol in the The armed forces succeeded in forcing most of the Communists to sur but some of them man aged to The Middle East new agency reported the Communists in Kirkuk executed a number of persons and dragged them through the But In Lon don tha Iraq Petroleum Com pany announced Its 500 British civilians were In a radio appeal to the asked Iraqis to avoid blind fanaticism that might lead to further civil Ho warned that his government would settle accounts with the Communists and other anti government forces but expressed hope no further force would be Heavy Baghdad censorship kept most of the details from the outside but reports reaching Cairo and other Middle East capitals said antigovern ment flareups occurred through out Iraq with the heaviest fight ing at 90 miles from the scene of a major antigovern ment revolt last See Page 10   

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