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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - July 25, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Sunday with scattered thunder storms no important temperature Thermometer Readings 81 9 10 11 12 1 2 74 76 78 80 80 i 78 76 Complete Weather Report on Market 42 Homeofthe Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Morning U LKASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE Most Securities and Commodities Markets Are Closed on JULY PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft SENATE TO FOR MISS UNIVERSE These are the 15 semifinalists in the Miss Uni verse contest who vied for the crown in the final round at Long Left to back row Helene Belgium Vcra Brazil Olga Colombia Pamela England Francoise Center rorw Carmela Germa ny Zoe Greece Sigridur Thorvald Iceland Rina Israel Akiko who was the winner Friday Front row Hyon Choo Korea Jorunn Norway Suzanna Cem Poland Marie Louise Swed and Terry Lynn AP Wirephoto July 25 Allen Dul les of the Central Intelligence Agency CIA says Russia is putting tremendous effort in to advanced groundto air missiles and other defense against the manned Dulles said this Soviet activi ty woulcl seem to belie the deprecatory statements of So viet Premier Nikita Khrush chev about the free worlds air Khrushchev has called the manned currently this countrys 1 war museum pieces which can be shot down by ordinary artillery and ordinary But in a speech at a Reserve Officers National Stra tegy said this atti tude might in to quiet the fears of their people and bolster their assertions of su periority in one key military ballistic He also said that despite oc casional missile rattling we do not estimate that it is the Kremlins intention to advance Communism by deliberately pro voking Dulles added that the danger Russia might underestimate Western strength or intentions and blunder into a war could not be entirely The threat of mutual nuclear destruction is a nightmare that cannot be he But even though intercontin ental Communism expects to gain the it doesnt wish to acquire a world in See Page 8 Sailors 1959 Construction Total NDAY Maneuvers Gain Enough Votes For Immediate Effect July 25 UP The fourth attempt to put a new tax bill in orbit was launch ed Friday afternoon after a tedi ous twoday count The which has refus ed to accept the House idea of a tax bill in three previous ses gets a crack at the 168 million dollar revenue raiser Recess Until Tuesday The House adjourned until 2 The final House vote on the package tax bill was enough to put the bill into im mediate effort if the Senate should also aprove it by a two thirds Actually the test vote was a 7363 approval of a substitute bill offered by the House tax committee and amended thoroughly in floor Some Critical This is enough to do the job if we put it in effect im said Menton He chair maned several previous com promise committees which fail ed to get HouseSenate agree Murray said the 168 million dollars in new revenue plus See Page 8 Nixon Acclaim Heckl Cities Study Effect PoliceFiremen Act Construction in little less than seven months of this year has almost equaled the building for all of a Daily Sun survey revealed Through the city had issued building permits ag gregating with a week yet to go in as compared to the 1958 total of This has helped boost CorsU ttornev July 25 UP Navy missed the boat so the Army grabbed the the buns and the The local USO planned a special evening for sailors from the USS but high winds whipped mount Ing waves in Buffalo Harbor and the tars never made it to GIs from a nearby base took over the 150 pounds of roast 23 dozen rolls and 115 pretty Another party Is planned for the Threaten Suits July 25 of libel suits spread in two separate direc tions today from Teamster President James Hoffa and his unions Edward Bennett it was is pre paring libel action against Sen ate rackets committee counsel Robert the NBC Television Network and lateat niaht TVperformer Jack Williams said he would de termine whether he would file a suit of his own against New York lawyer Hartley Crum and anyone quoting Cr urns latest statement about Hoffas reported intention to stemmed from things Ken nedy said about him last Wed nesday night on Paars show on on the Paar pro repeated some of the charges he had leveled against Hoffa and his associates dur ing hearings of the rackets The charges were immune from libel action but not if made reached at his sum mer home on Cape de clared he would welcome Hoffas threatened libel It will get the facts before the Kennedy canas economy no little during the first half of the year as it resulted in numerous jobs in all phases of construction and rep resented considerable expendi tures in building materials and In all of there were 140 new homes Already this there have been built or construction authorized including permits issued through this some 96 homes alone at an aggregate cost of In there were a total of 304 building permits issued for the covering all phases of new new See Page 8 ar 2 Veterans Entering Final Benefit s ar July 25 UPI World War II veterans today entered their final year of eligibility for farm or business loans under the GI Bill of The Veterans Administration noted that Congress set July as the expiration date in the Nearly five milion 35 per cent of all have taken out in guaranteed or insured loans under the program since it be gan in While applica tions may be accepted for just one more the law allows on additional year for the pro cessing and actual closing of Korean veterans have until to apply for GI Bill Veterans who served in both conflicts are considered Korean veterans for loan pur What Happened Socialite 4 t CHICAGO July Jersey socialite Jacque line Gay her tale of a crosscountry kidnaping an ad Jmitted went into hiding The 21yearold beau ty confessed Friday she made up the dramatic details of her abduction from a airport and the forced auto aide to Chicagos Lakefront Grant She then went into leaving unanswered many key including did she get unnoticed from Newark to Chicago happened to her 000 diamond engagement ring and a gold pin she was wearing when she disappeared did she get bruises on her arm and a swollen lip did she make up the kidnap story The trim society girls confes sion was revealed by her fath wealthy Short businessman Ralph in a surprise news conference at FBI headquarters Hart flew here Friday with his daughters Stanley and Games after police telephon ed him his daughter was The haggard father told news men he believed his daughter apparently suffered a recur rence of a twoyearold amnesia attack moments after kissing her fiance goodbye at the New ark It appears that this might well be another recurrence from her 1957 automobile accident with the same kind of imaginary dreams that she had Hart Miss Hart was the object of an extensive twoday search be fore she was found weeping and screaming for help in Grant Park early Taken to the Central Police District in an apparent stage of she sobbed out a sketchy tale of how two men gagged and blindfolded tossed her into the back of an locked her in the bath of a house near then decided to get rid of her when she became too hot to hold for But almost from the police and BBI agents doubted her They said her clean appearance and absence of bruises made them skeptical she had spent 50 hours in the grasp of two brutal When Miss Harts long honey blonde hair was mussed and she had a swollen lower lip and small bruises on her See Page 4 Speaker Carr Urqes Spirit smpromij July 25 goner speaker of the Tex as called Friday for a spirit of compromise in the He said that is the only way to get out the tax bill of ap proximately 200 million dol lars needed to run the state for the next two The that laid Texas gold tax egg is Carr said in a statewide television broad A major reason Texas faces its largest tax bill in his tory Is so much importation nf foreign oil in competition with Texas Also contributing heavily is the states population growth and additional services which are The 150 members of the House are expressing differing views Carr Failure of a giveandtake at is about the only valid criticism that can be As House speaker every ef fort is being made by me to find compromise among strong willed FCC Orders Cut In Some Long Distance Rates July 25 Rates for some long distance phone calls will be cut soon under federal The an nual reduction will total about 50 million The Federal Communications Commission ordered the reduc tion It would apply to interstate phone calls over a distance of more than 300 American Telephone Tele graph which protested the said it expected to in troduce the reductions in mid The amount of a call er will save on a single phone call is not The com pany and its affiliates will have to file new rate schedules be fore they can be Frederick presi dent of deplored the commission I believe this action ignores the longrange interests of the he Right we need to spend millions to make the quality of our service still add the facilities needed for and enlarge rand strengthen the communications network for national Kappel add Emanuel Celler chairman of the House Judici ary subcommittee on antitrust See Page 5 A problem the state legisla ture handed Texas cities re ducing the number of hours po lice and firemen may work and for which it provided no funds to help was the subject of a daylong conference in Austin Friday called by the Texas League of Municipalities and attended by city managers and finance officers Navy Secretary i Argentina Forced To Quit BUENOS July 25 UPI President Arturo Fronclizi today accepted the resignation of Argentine Navy Secretary Adoifo Estevez in order to end a Navy revolt that broke out Friday Vice Estevez submitted his resignation Friday after rebellious naval officers declar ed they would no longer accept his orders and instead vowed al legiance to ousted Chief of Naval Operations Vice Alberto The crisis eased off early this morning after in a series of emergency meetings with military leaders and gov ernment indicated he would accept Estevczs resigna tion1 and appoint a successor favorable to Vago radio messages late Friday night to all ships and naval bases asking the com manders to submit to the orders of their new operations par Jorge It was understood Pcrrcn See Page 8 from throughout the In reporting1 the meeting Sat urday to the Daily Mayor Reading noted that he was appointed to an eightman com mittee to tabulate all of the ideas and suggestions of the various represented cities on how to meet this Hours Shortened The regular session of the Legislature passed the over See Pages Rifle Grenade F Long es azine Suit July Earl who is running for snys that publication of a report that he had gone crazy has damaged him personally and In filing a sixmllliondollar libel suit against Fri Long listed these onemil liondolJar damage claims Damage to his business and professional standing and poli tical Loss of public and official Injury to his public and official Mental anguish and suf Humiliation and damage to Unwarranted invasion of priv In New a spokesman for said there would be no comment on the fil July 25 An antitank rifle grenade casually handled by a group of children in a basement in suburban beech grove ex ploded killing one and sending another to die in P Five others were wounded critically as the searing shrap nel ripped through their small Richard in whose home the grenade was killed by the Mark Saun died four hours later in Francis after I dropped I drop ped Injured critically were the Plymatc hoys 7 Tommy and his 6 Mike and David Neighbor children said they often had played with the gren ade in the home of Paul Ply and they said some of the children had a Secret Weapons Plymatc said hn had no idea how the dc vicn got in his An Army ordnance Luther identified the explosive as an M9 antitank rifle made to pierce armor plate up to six inches any Children Shot s Parents turned out in force to have their children inocu lated agninst polio at Fridays weekly clinic at the Corsicana Navarro County Health De partment on the heels of al most dnily storios from across I ho nation about alarming out binaka of the crippling During the the clinic gave 155 polio one of the largest clinics of recent In addition to polio Inocula Uio clinic 75 combi nation diphtheria and whoop ing cough Immunizations anc 277 smallpox By ERNEST BARCELLA July 25 UPD Vice President Richard Nix on won the acclaim of thousands of cheering Russians today de spite his first taste of Soviet hecklers and a new press at tack on American Imperial Nixon held his own with the of them appear cntly a gave as good as we got from them at the Soviet agricultural and in dustrial exposition where other Russians cheered him and tried to shake his Fresh from his roughand tumble verbal duel with Nikita Khrushchev Nixon said he intended to tackle the Soviet premier again on the issues of EastWest He began formal rounds of meetings with separate calls on First Deputy Premiers Anastas Mikoyan and from both of whom he had met be fore on their American The meeting with Mikoyan started on a strained Nix on brought along Harold Boe president of the Owens Corning Fiberglass of to Mik oyans I thought you two business men could get Nixon told Mikoyan who doubles as Soviet trade The state department will decide replied Mikoyan See Page 4 X K Time MEETING IN President Nixon and Russian Premier Nikita Khrushchev have a smile and a firm hand shake for each other as they meet in the Kremlin in After a short visit the two loft for a joint inspection of the exhibition Nixon officially AP Wirephoto via radio from Moscow In Good Shape July 25 American National Exhibition in Moscow opened Friday night and drew envious praise from the first Soviet There are good things mid we envy you for the Soviet Premier said at the dedi cation They are things that Russia will Workmen were rushing about shoutingfor a plumber here and a carpenter there to put on the finishing touches up until an hour before Vice President Richard Nixon formally opened the But it opened on time and in pretty good some dirt had been swept into and there were a few wet spots in the But all but a half dozen of the exhibits were completely in The opening day audience of was by diplomats and Soviet officials See Page 4 Husband Holds Family Captive MEXICO July 25 Police discovered a wife and six children who had not been permitted to leave their small home for 21 The husband was Police said the family had been forced to work day and night producing insecticides the father The children aro 17 15 14 12 Good 10 and a recently born girl named Evolution and Free HARVI1 ness aged 102 retired railroad build died in Memorial Hospital late Friday night following an extended Funeral services will be held from the Me Gammon Chapel Sunday at 4 with burial in Oak wood The rites be conducted Woodi pas tor of the Westminster Presby terian assisted by Harwell pastor of the Kerens Presbyterian Masons will have charge of graveside Harvin was active in the car penter trade until his 95th birth day and did odd jobs following that He had resided at 714 South Seventeenth and One Half streets for many November In South he came to Old Navarro south of February and then moved to Corsicana In 1007 after residing at Kerens for many He remembered four and recalled Incidents of the Civil particularly one oc currence in A Sec Page 8 AMAGE IDESPREAD FROM STORM No Deaths Or Serious Injuries Reported In Wake July Gulf Coast residents counted damage of upwards of a million dollars today as Hurricane Deb va dissipated into an inland the fourth and by far the most vicious tropical storm of the hurricane season in the Gulf of built up swiftly Friday from a mild weather dis turbance to a 105mileanhour It smacked the coast in the Freeport area at mid night whirled into Gal and skidded past Hous ton to the east before breaking up about 75 miles Inland in Southeast Damngc Heavy Although property cfemage was and mounting stead ily as the water appar ently there was no loss of life and only a few minor The damage was mainly blown off broken fall en and soakings from the driving The hurricane warning serv ice at Galveston said tides would continue high from Galveston to Port diminishing dur ing the Heavy rains and squalls spread northward through East Texas and extreme western weather of ficials with local rainfall amountsup to15 Small craft along the upper Texas and West Louisiana coasts warned to remain in Vessels Limp Homo As Debra crippled fishing vessels and other light See Page It Say Recovery oney ood July 25 office of Jos eph OMahoncy said today the 74yearold WyomingDemo crat is continuing a remark able recovery from a stroke ho suffered June OMnhoney is still at the Beth Naval Medical Cen ter but his office said he gains a little In strength every He is able now to take weekly automobile it Although he is not allowed to try to conduct office business by he has had sev eral short visits from members of his HOOK NO IIKLP July Thn Louis County Library today had a book rnturncd nf tcr being 10 months Wilson said the borrower explained he just forgot about having The volunin was Ten Days To a Successful Local WeaSher Mostly Rain Is Light Navarro countys weather ture Friday afternoon and night for the most part was high lighted by ominous wind tossed clouda that appeared but generally re leased very little Measurements ranged from light sprinkles to inches south of Corsicana measured In the official government gauge from a hard downpour shortly before 4 Most sections of the county reported the tumbling black clouds which were watch ed susplcously for any storm they might but they pass ed over without severe weath er Blooming Grove reported inch from Friday afternoon to Saturday but noted that the DresdenRaleigh area the day before Thursday had received up to two Inches of Rainfall in Blooming Grove in the past 48 hours had measured close to an mostly from thundershowers Thursday Dawson had a light summer afternoon shower but could observe a good rain south of Richland measured from an afternoon shower Fri day and received reports of up to inches measured south nt A rainfall of was recorded at Kerens where a little wind See Page 8 Herter Reassures Berliners July UPI Secretary of State Christian Herter promised West Berlin today the West will never accept a Soviet deadline for withdrawing its troops from the divided Herter flew to the isolated city from Geneva for a sixhour visit to demonstrate Western determination to hold Berlin in thn face of Soviet In a speech at city hall he clearly and emphatically dis sipated fears the West might allow Ha position here to be undermined in an effort to reach agreement with Runsia at the Geneva Foreign Ministers He aaid the United States has said repeatedly it will defend West Berlin and this is a bind ing commitment and the will abide by He said he wanted to assure thn Berliners that the United States will not forget ita re sponsibilities toward Herter way making his first visit to West Berlin since taking He was given a rousing welcome by West Berliners but the saw in his visit a provocative Herter accompanied by Eleanor sister of the late Sccrclnry of State John Foster in whose honor Herter was rcdcdlcuting a Ber lin street a few feet away from the Iron Curtain frontier that runs through the heart of Ber in a brief airport served notice the United States again would keep West Berlin alive if the East inter fered with traffic to the Isolated He did this by praising the historic airlift that kept the city alive in the Soviets 194S 1949 land and in ing the Allied airmen who died in supplying the Herter lauded the spirit of Berliners who have rejected the Soviet plan to take over the This visit will give me an op portunity to consult with those American officials here whc bear the local responsibility for carrying out our obligations tc the people of West Herter made no statement ol American policy In his speech ai Tempelhof Airfield but his ver presence here demonstrated Western determination to holtf the city against Red See Page 8 t   

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