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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - July 23, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Friday with scattered thunder storms not much change in Thermometer Readings 9 10 11 12 1 2 HJHomecf the Daily Sun and SemiWwkly Hornirm I ia LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW July er motor n long torm governments Steady trading CHICAGO lower scattered with corn Hogs Steady to 25 cents lower top Cattle Slaughter steers steady top JULY 1959 SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENTS AP Wirephoto Houston Slaying Involves 7 July 23 lice said today seven negro boys have admitted taking part in the sex slaying of a 12year old white Five teenage negroes were arrested Two brothers were arrested early t0The nude body of William Bodenheimer III was found Tuesday in an icebox in abandoned shack near Police said statements taken from the seven boys indicated young Bodenheimer was tacked sexually 23 and Each an his at Charges of de Til 1 OB No Adrian Edward Hnquents have against five of rthe charges have beiJir filed as yet against the other and Joe The brothers arrested today Roy Eugene and Robert Also charged as delinquents werf Lee a half broth Negroes of Charles Archer Arthur of the five arrestec on Wednesday laid the blame one or more of his compan Various statements taken b police indicated the following One of the negro boy ruck young Bodenhein hind the head with a An other opened the ice box an a third removed the shelve and Three of the boy then put Bodenheimer in th Another boy slammed th Then we all left and wen to Fat Boys house Wes Nixon Finds Moscow Anti American ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Propose End To Foreign Aid Abuses IKE SILENT ON REPORT TO CONGRESS New Program Authorization Awaits Signing July 23 Eisenhower sent to Congress today a re port acknowledging waste and maladministration in the for eign aid program and calling or steps to end The report also recommend ed that nations receiving aid seek to guarantee increasingly lonest government at their Loans Recommended The prepared by a presidential study committee of former government was transmitted to Congress by Eisenhower without com The headed by William Draper also recommended longrange fi nancing of the overseas devel opment loan a proposal that the President himself once Congress has approved compromise on the Presidents desk awaiting his signature which authorizes in foreign aid spending during the current fiscal Funds Fight Looms But the big foreign aid bat in which charges of waste and maladministration will play large is still to The compromise bill merely House Turns Down Gas Pipelines Tax Send Labor Bill To House Floor July 23 UPI House labor by a 16 to 14 today ap proved its own toneddown ver sion of the Senates labor re form Both parties split on the fi nal with 10 Democrats and six Republicans voting for the Ten Democrats and who voted yes said they did so only to get a bill before the House and keep it from being stymied in the A labor reform bill is on the priority lists of both President Esenhower and House Demo cratic leaders for action this House Republican lead have denounced the committee version as too four Republicans opposed But the six Republicans Judge Issues FarReaching Tax Decision sal Roy box Clay and talked about the statement made by Then we got our ing gloves and started The boys said in written statements Bodenheimer was alive and screaming when he was locked in the But Joseph See Page 8 Missing Socialite Case Is Baffling July 23 A nationwide alarm was out today for a 21yearold socialite beauty who disappear ed at Newark airport late Tues day after kissing her fiance goodbye at a plane Jacqueline Gay a 1955 debutante who was graduated from college in June and was to have been married in just five apparently never reached her graduationpresent found parked in a bright ly lighted area just 50 feet from the entrance to the air port The only apparent clue to her fate was the report of her Stanley Noyes that he saw four or five hoodlums follow the small blonde beauty from the airplane departure The described only as having ducktail were also seen by and are be ng sought by police for ques But their known activ only served to compound he The car they were relieved to have been driving also was found abandoned at the It had no license Im Im just plain said who re turned from where he had gone for a job interview immediately on learning of Miss Harts Im even afraid to mention said police direc tor Joseph The Herbert who was scheduled to marry the couple in Christ Episcopa Short on said the girls distraught parents believe she is a victim of foul The longer it the less chance the girl said act See Page 8 authorizes and jaeeFOREIGN AIDJlage 7 AF Chief Says Its Time To Build APlane July 23 Donald Air orce chief for nuclear propul told Congress today he believes the time has come to begin the design and tion of an atomic powered Melvin Price chairman of the joint congres sional subcommittee holding a hearing on the pro tested the administrations drift and indecision on the the first said here has been no decision to go ahead with the but hat it is my personal convic tion that we have reached the point where it is now appropri ite to commence design and July In what farreach ing Federal Judge Whitfield Davidson Wednesday ruled medical clin ic associations are taxable as not as partner Attorney George Ray said the decision was a precedentset ting income tax case affecting architects and others selling personal services The case climaxed more than four years of litigation between the internal Revenue Service and a senior partner in the Southwest Clinic Sid ney In his Davidson or dered refunded income paid by Gait on the basis of partnership in the association which the IRS contended Gait contended that doc tors belonging to the partner ship should be taxed only on salaries and bonuses paid them and not on association profits He said the undistributed prof its should be taxed just lik a of an experimen suitable for flight construction tal aircraft Waiting for the full perfor mance cores nuclear engine before initiating such a flight test he need lessly delays the and in the long run is a more cost ly Keirn was supported largely by Thomas Air Force chief of but his view was rejected by assistant See Page 8 County Oil Picture Good Navarro county oil production for the first half of 1959 stood up with that of the previous despite the troubles that beset the oil a survey by the Daily Sun showed this A nineday and an unfavorable competitive situa tion with foreign oil just to list two of the industrys havent hurt the shal low production of the Navarro county area nearly so much as they have hurt some other pro ducing sectors of the Down Slightly The average production per month for the fields based in Navarro either all was down an average of over barrels a month not a huge deficit considering the amount of oil All of 1958 showed a monthly average production while the of first six months of this year the produc tion average per month was Through five of the countys fields were below the monthly average of a year while one field was The brightest spot for the period of early 1959 waa the Kerens South Woodbine jroduction lor which is up mrrels for the first over same period for Though its production was down the big produc ing field was still the sprawling Corsicana Shallow a catchall category drawing pro duction from several levels ex tending down to the Woodbine sand and including pay from various depths and It also includes mostly wells that pump frorri sandfractreat ed areas as well as water injec tion and other secondary recovery Other fields of the county also include some of but have some wells producing without help from injection or frac ISo New Fields In the first six months of the there were no new field though a wildcat effort north of Dawson brought a show of oil that apparently has not been fully evaluated or followed There has never been production in the western end of Navarro onto commercial gathering sys ems for though no further oil tests have been announced n that area by major companies at this The biggest development of he first half of 1959 in this sec tor was the exploitation of the Valley Farm area of the Thomas Jefferson Chambers El lis by the Morrow oil company of with the Ware Drilling of Cor sicana handling the contract for about twoscore shallow wells in the which is included in the rsicana Shallow field and which was originally blocked and discovered by the Ware Following are the average monthly production figures for the county fields for the first half if followed in order by the average production per month for 1958 Corsicana Shallow 169 Powell Field barrels Kerens South Woodbine Field Flag Design Due In August July 23 UPI The White House sal today that the official desig of the new 50star America flag will be announced by Pres ident Eisenhower when he off cially proclaims Hawaiian state probably sometime in lat The President has asked special flag advisory commi which worked out the de sign of the 49star to form again and make This committee of federal o ficials did some preliminar work on the 50star flag durin its deliberation on the chang required by the admission Alaska as the 49th The bill is expected to reach e House floor in about two eeks and face a real donny It first must be cleared by e House rules but upports expected little trouble See LABOR Page C ormer Convict aught After Terror Spree July 23 UPI A 27yearold former earlier terrorized his formei and her family for five ours in and then atally shot her was rrested Wednesday night west f here after he was involved in hitskip Police here are holding Pat ck Gieger of near n charges of leaving a scene of n driving while intoxi violation oC parole anc riving a car with expired icense They said who shoi oseph while he was struck the rear of a cat t the intersection of 30 nd Ohio Gieger did not stop ut Ohio highway patrolmen adioed ahead and Hardin bounty sheriffs deputies haltec rie man near No one was injured in the Pennsylvania police said Gie who was released from jai ast December after serving i erm for showed up a eters home about mldnigh Tuesday and demanded to see his former wife When he was told by Mrs eters that her daughter wa See Page 9 Teenager Fires Gun Into Crowd NEW July 23 A teenage boy fired shotgun nto a Bronx crowd Wednesdaj wounding five children and a He was shot t death minutes later by an off duty Police said the Carlos Ro had fought the nigh before in Crotona Park wit Tommy Lee a negro The pair met again Wednesda Rosario produced a shot and Allen Rosario chased Allen and fii id at him in a The pel lets struck Allen in the left and sprayed five boys whos ages range from 7 to In his apartment Pa trolman Walter 38 heard the H July 23 W The ouse defeated today a pro osed tax against na ural gas It was the rst major vote as representa ves jumped again into the tax ill Price Daniels forces ought the So did roups opposed to any new axes on natural Jack of ered the onefifth of a cent 2 mills per cubic feet The House voted 7571 gainst Immediately more pipeline ax proposals were tepresentatives seek to com lete work on the revenuerals ng measure To work out a ote for Wood Backing Daniels proposed nehalf cent Bob said Woods ax was not large He aid the amendment was hasti y written and we need a rea onable tax on This tax is unconstitution Sam See Page S Texas Women Urged To Work For Tax Bill July 23 UP A move to organize marcribn the Capi in support of a tax the Austin AmericanStatesman sale The paper quoted a letter sent senatorial district vice chair men of the Democrat Womenf tale Committee by Jud lollier of head of the The letter sug July It will be very impressive and quite effective if you stir up your senators district anc 5lace responsibility for the risis squarely on the he leter I and several others will be at the entrance of the Senate to meet you on July Mrs Collier was quoted as saying No doubt you are as infuriatec as I by the scandalous lobbj which has blocked action on tax You realize as I do thai our state has been thrown into a financial crisis by these un scrupulous agents of certain busincs interests which can more for money than they di for public It Is imposible for the worn en of Texas to sit on our hands as this wreckage th letter Envoy Proposes Cuba Intervention By JACK WILKINSON July 23 UPI Ambassador to Mexico Robert Hill said to day he thinks all responsible leaders of this hemisphere should recognize a creeping danger of communism that is in evidence in the Caribbean area then do something about Hill referred to Cuba though he did not mention that country by He said the United States has said he rushed to the street an ordered Rosaria to halt and drop the He said the boy lifted the gun and him before he and the five boys were serious and Downs shot could Allen not in Body Of While Woman Found July 23 UP Th nude body of a young whit woman was found stuffed toda under the porch of a fram house in southwest Police called to the seen shortly before noon said sh appeared to have been abou 19 years Residents of th house returned Wednesday nigh from This morning an 11yearol neighbor Willie Richard told them theres some thing under your Police said the body apparcn ly had been there two Mediator Sees o Early End To Steel Strike NEW July 23 UP ederal mediators have arrang the first joint peace talks in ninedayold steel strike for ext But Joseph heac the Federal Mediation Set repeated that he sees n arly solution to the strik hlch idled more than hal million the three top alum num companies Rey olds and Kaiser rejected th nited Steelworkers wage de lands and lined up with th teel industry The Steel orkers contract with tin luminum companies expire uly The aluminum companies fol owed the pattern of the origina roposal by the steel the union by urging th nion1 to accept a oneyear wagi reeze and give up the costof ving escalator provision in th Id A total of aluminum orkers are represented by th About other alum num workers are covered b thcr After meeting Wednesday wit nion representatives and twlc iith steel industry negotiators See Pago 8 Nasser Blames Reds For Rift July 23 UP Pres dent Nasser blamed the rif setwecn Iraq and the Unite Arab Republic on communis ntrique Wednesday night an ailed for close friendship wit L independent Bagh lad Nassers remarks appeared to East Cuba Reply To Newsmans inHirT fin indications UK There were some of the gasdistillate wells developed in the Navarro area Currie Field barrels Resent Bartholomew Charges July 23 Cuban revolutionary leader Fi del Castro and President Osval do Dorticos Torrados Wednes day night disputed a speech by Frank presi dent ofUnited Press Interna questioning the existence of press freedom In Cuba under the Castro The two spoke on separate telecasts after two Cuban newspapers had criticized the day in They deveiopea in tne iNavarro areai In recent years will be hooked1 See LOCAL Page 8 I which was made Tues Los linked the speech with what they said was a cam paign in sections of the foreign press to discredit the revolu tion that overthrew dictator Fulgencio Batista last In San Bartho lomew received an invitation to attend the 26th of July move ment anniversary celebration Sunday and verify that there is ample press The invitation issued by the organizing committee for Sundays celebration and the Cuban collegium of Bartholomew declined because of prior commitments in Cali am sincerely pleased with your assertion that there is ample press liberty In his cable I shall continue reading your leading dailies with interest to observe and applaud any active evidence of free press in action presenting all sides and views of the con troversial problems of the A genuine free press is the world wide identification of a true May I wish you a successful national holiday hon oring the effort for freedom See Page 9 The official July 23 communist new Deutachland sal Bartholome paper Neues today Frank present of United Press Inte supports Wester policy aimed at conquest o East A Ncues Deutschland edito ial criticized the commeni Bartholomew made about Eai German communist leader Wa ter Ulbricht In a speech to th Los Angeles Advertising Clu on UPIs who inte 27 whl told th viewed Ulbricht on a European May advertising club that a re threat of war does think it lies in the person i Walter secretary i the communist party of Ea Germany and communist bo See Page 8 o desire to interfere in the affairs of any nation but warn d communism is getting a foot old in Latin He cited the Mexican Revolu on of 1910 which he called true democratic revolution ut warned modern es to be reminded of communist ttempts to gain power through le He said communists long ave followed a pattern in which ley seek to take power in any evolutionary situation thai prings from widespread pub ic a clear reference 3 the Cuban A certain nation in the Caib ean might in the lexlcan an example or it to Hill declared He recalled the president o that country Cuba recently urged the youth in his land to ead anticommunist books to prevent the revolution from be ng by the he is n onger in having been See Page 8 be a response Abdel Karin iranch a few to Iraqi Premier Cuba Paralyzed By Hour Strike Backing Castro July a city of more than million and the rest o uba were paralyzed for on iour today by a strike callei by organized labor to deniam the return of Fidel Castro t Exactly at 10 Havan lime 11 EDT the who citys working with th exception of those persons i the most urgent walke Roadblocks were erccte throughout the city to preven movement of any traffic and th quiot was broken by the conve sation of workers idling in th streets and sporadic parades Individuals demanding tha Castro return to The strike was so effcctiv that not even the cable coir panics were allowed to operat and the telephone company re fused to take long distance unless they were the giant Cuba Confederation of Labor heade by David Salvador decreed th Sec Page 0 Hike Salaries July 23 UP Th Dallas Board of Education vo KRUSHCHEV SETS PACE FOR BLASTS Kozlov Greets Party On Its Arrival By ERNEST BARCEIXA July ice President Richard Nix n arrived in Moscow for an 11 ay good will tour He as met by a chorus of anti led by Premier Hkita Khrushchev Nixon and his pretty wife Pat ere greeted warmly at the alr ort by an official party headed y First Deputy Premier Frol Cozlov but at almost the same oment Khrushchev was telling n audience elsewhere in Moa ow that America la tnterfer ig in Soviet internal Premier Reacts The reacting angrl y to President Eisenhowers reclamation of captive Na ions said sarcastically hat Nixon should come and ave a look at the enslaved eople gather at this Although neither the Fresi lents proclamation nor the con gressional resolution that pired it mentioned any nation y Khrushchev and tha Soviet press were quick to iden ify it as an attack on Can See Anybody Nixon has asked to talk to ordinary sajd in a 40mlnute speech to a SbvietBdIlsh friendship He thinks that as soon as Kassems days olive whenl assem said the Arabs should close their ranks gonea be and let by ed a per year salary i lcrcase for teachers effective Th board also approved hikes See Page 9 per year for Reporters Set Hew Record On Moscow Flight July Americas biggest commercial etliner today streaked nonstop rom New York to Moscow in record time of 8 hours and 15 The flight of the interconti lental version of the Boeing 07 knocked 63 minutes off tho lying time of the Russian TU 114 propjet that set the pre vious New YorkMoscow record when Soviet First Deputy Pre mier Frol Koslov returned to Russia earlier this The new record was set by a Pan American World Airways under charter to the State carry Ing 98 most of them American newsmen assigned to cover Vice President Richard Nixons 11day tour of The recordbreaking flight be an Wednesday at EDT when the Booing 707 took off from Idlewlld International Airport in New The giant jetliner arrived over Moscow at cir cled for seven minutes before getting landing and two minutes at was on the The newsmen left New York about nn minutes after Nixon See Page 8 West Rejects Red Berlin Plan GENEVA July The West told Russia today that Western rights In Berlin can not be wiped out by onesided Soviet British Foreign Secretary Sol wyn Lloyd opened the 23rd plen ary session of the Big Four Foreign Ministers Conference here with a stiff reply to Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Grom ykos promise Wednesday that Russia would refrain from one sided action for the duration of a Berlin Lloyd said it must be clearly understood that the Wests right to remain In West Berlin can not be denied by any action taken by Russia alone pre sumably meaning the conclu sion of a separate peace with Communist East The jected formation of an allGerman committee on which East and West Germany would have equal Secretary of State Chris tian Herter told Soviet For eign Minister Andrei Gromyko today there Is now little hope for success of the Big Four con ference unless Gromyko aban dons key Soviet demands for British official also re Russias demand for the a stopgap agreement on Herter made a now attack on Soviet proposals which he said would reserve the Soviet threat igalnst West Berlin as a weapon against the West and would al so turn over negotiations on German unification to an East West German He branded these Soviet prop osals obstacles to an accord end said that unless they can be overcome there Is clearly little hope for the success of the Ge neva The Western Foreign Minis ters quietly dropped their threat to break off the Big Four talks and resumed their campaign to obtain a Berlin truce without paying Russias impossible New threats from the Com munist leaders of Russia and Poland darkened the horizon as todays conference session A communique winding up So viet Premier Nikita Khrush chevs visit to Poland warned unless the abnormal sit uation In West Berlin is ter minated Russia and Poland wll support East Germany In rec tifying that situation within her sovereign Within minutes of his re to Moscow Khrush chev had renewed demands for the conclusion of a Gorman s treaty on Communist and the conversion of West Berlin into an undefend ed free A West German spokesman said the SovietPoland commu nlque amounted to a blank check for the East German Com munists to take any action they may desire against West Ber Communist sources hinted had and wanted to end it There were strong indications the West wanted to avoid an open breach while Vice Presi dent Richard Nixon Is In Moscow for an 11day good will tour and talks with Khrush The West also wanted to avoid any blame for ending tha Communist bloc sources said the Kremlin was rapidly losing its Interest in the Foreign Min isters conference after giving the West an eightweek run They hinted that An Sea Page 8 that the Russians had enough of the conference
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