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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - July 24, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE AVEATHEB LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Saturday with scattered thunder storms not much change In Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 I 12 1 I 2 85 I 89 91 92 Complete Weather Report on 93 94 Market BJHorneofthe DailySunandSemiWetMy LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED FRESS UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW July ed selected issues in treasury bills in tradtnc CHICAGO Wheat Mostly higher improved mill ar short higher with to 25 cents lower top steer supply meager sales AP TELEMATS 41 JULY PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Khrushchev Stage Heated Verbal Duel ft ft ft ft House Locks Doors Until Tax Bill Approved 130 1301 115 105 COST OF LIVING CONSUMERS PRICE INDEX Bvrcou of labor 1947 1949 100 1955 1956 1957 1958 115 no JFMAMJ 1959 COST OF LIVING JUMPS TO RECORD HIGHThis chart Il lustrates the trend in rise of cost of living since 1955 until June of this year when it reached a record A jump of of one per cent pushed the price index to per cent of the 194749 As of June the consumer price index stood six tenths of 1 per cent above year AP Wirephoto Chart Tropical Storm Heads for Texas By The Associated Press High winds and heavy rains tattered a wide section of the Texas coast Friday as tropical storm with gales up to 65 miles an moved through the Gulf toward the The center of the still 40 miles out at was ex pected to strike with full fury at the Matagorda Bay area late Friday afternoon or early Fn day Full gale warnings were hoisted from Port OConnor to Matagorda and gale warnings north to More than two inches of rain I Atlantic Firm On Crude Cut July 24 ic Refining said Thursday it is standing on its price cut for East Texas crude because the oil was The company cut prices 20 cents a barrel from Mon That drew fire from Harry Jones of president of the Texas Independent Pro ducers and Royalty Owners who termed the cut without justification and urged the company to recon The company said With the slim margin currently available we cannot continue to overlook the fact that East Texas crude is out of line and continued discriminatory overpricing this crude cannot be and winds up to 40 miles ar hour lashed The tide was already three feet above normal and the Weathe Bureau warned of 5 foot tides n the Matagorda Bay area Tides of 2 to 4 feet were pre dieted for the middle and uppe Texas coastal Rain also was falling at Pa Houston Beaumont and eastward int See Page 10 mr Chamber Seeks New Quarters President Bob Wheelock ha called a meeting of the Cham ber of Commerce executiv committee for Monday at to make arrangements fo temporary headquarters fo the organization which ha been asked to vacate th The owner has asked for pos session of the building by Aug 22 or sooner if Mana ger Dick Knight A change to a permanen new location had been unde consideration for severa months after it was original proposed the Chamber lease th present building and carry ou a remodeling and moderniza tion Two months ag the board authorized executio of a proposed lease agreemen for a new building t be constructed for the Chair ber by bu to date negotiations have no been PUTTAKE FUNDS GAHE UNDER WAY Sales Levy Is Eliminated By Thursday Move July 24 OT Texas ouse members locked them elves in today with a parlia entary promise not to come ut until the majority agreed n a general tax At noon representatives had anaged to add more than 7 12 illlion dollars to the pending leasure HB11 that was bad crippled Thursday when a million dollar sales tax was Short Of Original the House also took more than 6 12 million dollars rom the bill this The noon total was to the original By a 9742 vote representa Ves agreed to continue work without recess or adjournment ntil a general tax bill is at east temporarily ouse doors were locked and Eficers sent to look for 12 bsent Deficit Estimate The State Comptroller today stimated the deficit at the end f the current year will be about three million dol ars below an earlier See Pdge 9 Long Reports Weight Gained In Vacation July 24 UPI Earl Long of Louisiana ine pounds heavier than when IB started his Western jaun anxious to start campaign ng for will fly t iansas City today on the las eg of his vacation Ill win the election if I don Iow a fuse or come apart a he the 63yearold well ested governor told newsme 30 CussFree Minutes Not once did the outspoken governor use a swear fo vhich he is during hi 0minute news Long made reservations t eave Denver at 8 MST on a commercial airline flight t Kansas scheduled to ar ive there at 10 H vanted to shop Denver toda or some bargains on a saddl or a bridle or a Long said he had gained nin ounds on his I now weigh 164 pounds wit my clothes he I go down to 155 pounds during th referring to his hea and commitments 1 mental Then Hot He said he would leave Kan sag City for Hot Ark Sunday to stay in the minera See Page 9 MTSTERY CLEARED DALLAS colleague on the City Plan Commlssio ooked puzzled when Chairma Edmund Kahn referred to General Predicts Open War In Asia July Laurence de parting commanderinchief of the Air Force in the says the Communists can be expected at any time to renew open warfare in Indochina or in a farewell address to a Honolulu civic said America would have no excuse to be surprised by future outbursts of military strength by the Communists in wherever we know we are weak or where the prize is worth the 4 The fourstar general said hostilities could come in the Taiwan straits at any We should expect pressure on Laos and watch it The Korean truce remains a very uneasy Kuter leaves Hawaii July 28 to assume leadership of the North American Air Defense Command a joint Canadian United States military establish In his farewell Kute said the Communists had spen the past 10 years to no avail i efforts to get democracy out o Asia and to place communism in control He said th 1958 Quemoy crisis provided classic example of Communii action and reaction and prime illustration of how com munism misjudged America They saw Quemoy as a easy a meaningless roc the United States couldnt po sibly use armed forces to keep Kuter They possibly e pected that all we would d was to send a note to the Unite But they made on misjudged the We reacted promptly Kuter said Air Force and See Page 9 Panel Chops Many Millions Off Foreign Aid proposed subdivision as Ciga ette The myster cleared when streets in the are were listed Pall Fa Camel and Che July 24 UPI The House Appropria ons Committee today approv d a foreign aid money bill al lost 723 million dollars short of rtiat President Elsenhower says s needed to keep the free world If Congress goes the proposed program ould be slashed by more than 8 per The which provides actual unds for the carries for foreign aid pending during the 12 months rhich started July Congress last Wednesday assed an authorization measure etting a ceiling n such Biggest cut in the money ill 300 million dollars ame In military aid which as been under hot attack on lapitol Hill all The President originally ask d for arms as See FOREIGN Page 9 President Sighs Authorizing Bill n Foreign Aid July 24 President Elsenhower igned today a bill authoriz ng in foreign aid pending in the current fiscal The measure was below the Presidents original Congress still must appropriate actual The President also asked Con ress to appropriate immediate y 500 million dollars for opera of the Overseas Develop ment Loan Fund during the fiscal year starting nexl July He previously had askec for 700 million for the present fiscal The authorization bill provid ed for a loan fund spread over both fiscal years Press Secretary James Hag erty said if all the money is made avilable this year the fund could improve planning In the ongterm use of Its resources and promote Its efforts to en courage more comprehensive measures of selfhelp by na tions The in signing the authorization issued a state ment commenting on threi freedom of information amend ments written into the measure by the Senate Foreign Rela tions The amendments provided except in cases Involving See Page 9 Growers Favor Wheat Controls July 24 A federal crop control prograi that has permitted accumula tion of a vast surplus of whea would be continued in Complete unofficial return from a grower referendum Thursday gave for th program and This was a favorable major ty of per It was fa in excess of the necessary two but short of the 84 pe cent margin given the program a year The Texas vote was fo and Police Skeptical Socialite Kidnaped LASTK BAG TOLL RISES DESPITE MAM WARNINGS United Tress International Seventynine infants have been uffocated by plastic bags so ar this a United Press In ernational count showed In addition 17 persons have used the bags to commit sui Many agencies and the feder al government have warned par nts to keep the thin plastic con alners out of the reach of chil Last month the Society of he Plastics aunched a national advertising ampaign in newspapers and ver the radio to inform the Dublic about the safe use of he commonly used to ackage laundry and dry clean The industry warned that the lastic should never be as makeshift covers in Senior High Registration Plans Listed Registration schedule for Jorsicana Senior High School tudents was revealed Friday by who along with Joe vill prepare the schedules thia Seniors will register Monday and August by numbers previously drawn by he 40 each Juniors will register August 35 each while sophomores will be registered he week of August 35 each The numbers will be posted n the hall when registratior begins for those who have Ios1 or forgotten the numbers they drew before school closed in he Any student who Is to be out oftown on the dates he or she s supposed to register should contact the All new students those who have moved nto Corsicana should also con tact the ir playpens or for mattresses ir upholstery and should never IB given to children as play The bags should be torn ir tied in knots and Manufacturers have urged Con gress not to pass hasty laws against the plastic Spokes men for the Industry say educa See Page 9 Two Bandit Wounded lUter Robbery July 24 UPI Two policemen am ne of a group of bandits who tuck up a Pittsburgh bank vere hospitalized today as the esult of a spectacular gun attle on a wooded hillside within a of the citys were trapped ihortly after the jery at the Hays Branch o Peoples First National Bank and Trust Company yesterday fternoon and decided to shoo t out with a tightening cordon of aided by bloodhound and a One officer was critically wounded as policemen thugs In the brush of Houston Murder Charges Filed July lice charged two negro boys both with murder and sodo my Thursday in the Icebox death of a 12yearold white boy Five other negro teenager signed statements saying they took part in the killing of Wil liam Bodenheimer The fiv are juveniles and were held In the juvenile detention Police Weldon Waycot filed murder and sodomy charg ns against Johnson ant Joe Edward Bodenheimers nude body wa found Tuesday in an icebox in an abandoned shack near hi Police said statements by the seven negroes indicate the boy had been attacked sex ually 23 used cribs nearlymountainous area tween the citys Golden be Tri angle and the populous subur ban areas to Anothe officer was seriously woundec One of the desperadoes wa wounded in the leg during th attling exchange of gunfire a the police closed The loo was Police said a third man prob ably was Involved in the wel ilanned slickup which wen awry because of a quick alart enabled district police t set up a ring of road The first bandit to surrende was Joe Wilkinsburg Sec Page 11 Data On Steel Being Compiled July 24 UPI Secretary Jame Mitchell and top aides work ed today on the most exhaus live factfinding study ejl3 made in a labor dispute a collection of data on the stee Mitchell said he is makin good progress in gathering in formation for President Eisen Labor department off clals reported that some prelim inary data already had bee submitted to the White HOUB Mitchell said that his stud would be the most exhaustive o its kind every made and tha he has mobilized all of th governments fact flndin agencies to help He sal the inquiry is well July 24 UPI ew Jersey debutante Jacque ne Gay Hart was found wan iring in Chicagos Grant Park oday and sobbed out a story of brutality and cross ountry Chicago police openly doubt d the 21yearold blonde helr ss tale of 48 hours Imprison Found In Park A policeman found the Short society beauty creaming Help me Help le in the 1 Only five minutes she the two men who had kid aped her from the airport at EDT uesday had set her They had held her captive ound and gagged and trussed ip on the floor of a while hey drove to she But they had abandoned ilans to demand ransom from ler wealthy father when she lecame too hot and one of ho abductors turned chick Miss Hart sobbed to po Left To FBI Chief of Detectives John As her said the girls story was full of I am inclined to disbelieve Asclier aid he was turning the case over to the FBI because vant It out of my hands com Miss Harts arms were bruised and her lip was bear Seo Page 9 Brazil Taking Steps To Expel Wanted Lawyer RIO DE July 2 said today they an starting legal steps at once ti expel Lowell Birrell fron The 52yearold at torney is wanted in New Yorl on nn indictment alleging a 14milliondollar slock Birrell was arrested Thurs day night In the fashionabl Copacabana Beach Pollc ccused him of entering Brazl with false The said he had three passports two and one Birrell cannot be extradite from Brazil on the New Yor Indictment because the Unit ed States and Brazil have n extradition slluatio that has made this country avorite haven for North Anier icnns accused of The usual police procedur for expelling undesirables is t charge them with a local crime The Embassy may the mark the passport of an Amel lean citizen good only for n turn to the United Malcolm said he met Birre when the attorney reglstere at the embassey In April 195 This was a step toward obtain ing Brazilian Identity paper that would allow Birrell to liv here Hallam sale New York Fran Hogan announced in Ne York Thursday that Birrell ha See Page 9 From Valueless Surplus Flying School To Million And Half In Physical Plant Reflects Growth At College Navarro Junior College today has physical assets valued at and is a far cry of what it was when its doors were opened for the first class Site of the col lege then was the Air Activi ties of Texas which was origi nally a primary flying There were 238 students that first year with 16 full and part time instructors including the The first student to official ly register at the college was Charles This was the beginning of Navarro Ju nior Gaston academic dean of the institu Skelton continued his educa tion and graduated from Tex as and College with a bachelor of science degree in electrical He is presently working with the Texas Instruments of Dallas and is now in California on a special He married the former Jean ette Purifoy and they have three Charles Bill age Russell and David Surplus Buildings Navarro College then had nine old surplus buildings forming the three administration housing a chemistry a combi nation one classroom one auxi liary building and one airplane There was no physical val ue assessed the the dean pointed because the Federal Government just gave em to us With the fall registration In 1947 there was a slight enroll ment Increase with the figure being moved to Four new instructors were hired and in cluded and and For the next four up to the enrollment ran just about even with the highest figure listed in that period be ing 286 and listings close with Dean Gooch pointed out that we ran just under that 300 figure mark of students all along this The next noticeable change in the college registration came in the fall of 1951 when there were 326 students to Dean Gooch At this time there were 20 members on the It was in the fall of 1951 that the college plant was moved to its present of Corsicana on Highway New Plant When the students began reg istering for that fall semester the plant was not yet com The many students found that the sidewalks had not been finished nor had the gravel driveways been They led to many and various comical the dean re Added to all this was the unseasonable amount of Students were noticed running from class to class in their bare feet after getting their shoes muddy going to the classroom Some of the foot ball players made packsaddles for some so they would not get Dean Gooch Classes during build ng transition period were he n the parts of th jnfinished administration bull ng and the girls Formal dedication ceiemo ies for the college In its ne plant were held April 195 jrass had not completely co ered the college The plant at the time consls ed of seven buildings and the included the admlni tration the scien the Student Unio Building and the t hoys dormitory and the gir dormitory and the gymnasiu along with the shop building Every building on the pre ent campus originally came fro the first These includ even the gym which was hangar at the All of the buildings we See 9 socialite Jac uellne Gay wasfounc arly Friday by police in Chlca She said she had been ah ucted from the J AP lallas Youth Idmiis Killing Pretty Typist July 24 teenage service station at endant confessed Thursday lv eat an attractive typist to eath in the home of vacation ng relatives he used as a lov Orvell Durwood 19 aid in a signed statement Mar Ella resisted sex al advances so he beat he ilh his fiats and dumped he ude body in bushes outsid lie The brutal beating occurre uesday She was repor d missing Wednesday who he did not show up for wor See Page 5 Jem Is Lifted MEXICO July 24 he Mexican hnn on contrac ig braceros for the Lubboc rea has been an In orior Ministry spokesman sal The ban was set sev ral weeks ago following iorts of discrimination agalns ilcxican nationals at Lubboc Two woman employes at th onsulate thero reported the were refused a beauty parlo NO PUNCHES PULLED IN IXCHANGES Sharp Flareup Weakens Hopes Of Trip Results By ERNEST BAKCKIXA July 24 UPD ice President Richard Nix n and Premier Nlkita Khruslv icv clashed headon today in heated Informal debate cli axed by Khrushchevs charga hat Nixon was trying to n We will answer your threats 11 h Khrushchev ormed In an exchange watch d by a crowd of startled spec ators as the two men toured he American exhibition Omit Niceties They pulled no punches in a harptoned exchange that did way completely with diplomatic Their topics ranged rom military bases to captive nations and the rela Ive superiority of and nuclear In one of the more bitter ex Khrushchev warned hat we have means at our isposal which can have very iad consequences an ap See Page 9 Russia Argue Berlin Truce Details July 24 Russia and the West plunged oday for the first time Into discussion of the details of a possible Berlin Soviet Foreign Minister An drei Gromykos willingness to alk about details of a possible agreement was the first sign of a break In the Big Four dead ock since the foreign ministers conference reconvened July No substantial progress was as a result of todays secret but tho minis ters agreed to meet again next At todays Gromyko continued to insist that the West must pay for a truce by accepting Russias plan for all German reunification talks a demand that has been re Iccted repeatedly by the He did to discuss details of a possible Lruce In the ihe Russian had Insisted there could be no such discussions until the West agreed to the all German Secretary of State Christian Foreign Minister Sclwyn Lloyd and Foreign Min ster Maurice Couvo de Mur vllle spent about three hours talking with Gromyko during the after lunch at Herters Conference sources said tha See Page 9 Paralytic Polio Takes Sharp lump July polio cases increased by 50 per cent last week to a 1959 weekly high of They ran more than three times the number listed for the compar able 1958 The Public Health Service today said tho states reported a total of 257 polio cases dur ing week ended July This compares with revis ed total of 178 polio cases for the week ended July 11 this year 110 of them In the week ended July were 62 paralytic cases among 123 polio cases In the 1U57 week were 252 50 of them Last weeks totals were the highest for the 28th week of the year since when 277 para lytic cases were listed among 529 polio cases From 1 through July 18 there had been 956 paralytic compared with 437 In the similar 1958 period and in the year Salk polio cine was Almost half of la paralytic cases occurred in four states Missouri Texas 20 Alabama 15 and Tennessee 12 The Tennessee figure represent ed a sudden the serv ce as the state listed only hree paralytic cases In tho pre ceding Texan At Top Texas reported the most polio Next came Missouri with 32 and Iowa with There was a general increase n polio cases last week In areas of the nation except the west south central states of Ar Oklahoma and the service It added that four paralytic cases in Connecticut and Mass achusetts were the first report ed from any New England states since May West Alabama and Oregon each reported one polio Alabama previously had reported There have been six polio deaths in Kansas In line with Its urging that everybody under 40 take the rec ommended three shots of Salk the service said manu facturers of the vaccine shipped doses to commu nities during the week ended Sea 9
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