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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - July 27, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Tuesday with widely scattered thundershow ers no important temperature Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 I 2 80 84 88 91 92 90 88 Complete Weather Beport on Market IJJHomeoHhe Daily Sun and Semi Mornini UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW July 27 selected issrcs in hedge selling CHICAGO mill and ex oort late Oatr Higher scattered to 40 cents higher top steers steady to 50 cents higher top AP TELEMATS Nixon Balks Runaround On Atomic Icerea ft ft ft ft ft ftftftftftftftftft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Texas Senate Sets Hearing On Tax Measure PARKHOUSE OPPOSING LEVY ON GAS House Members Are In Recess Until Tuesday July 27 Fro epects for immediate Senate floor action on the Housepassed general tax bill vanished George Dal demanded and was granted public hearing on the measure by the State Affairs By it was set for Originally it was set for Wed The action means no floor debate until the hearing is The House bill emphasized sales It also includes enough natural gas pipeline principle and revenue to touch off a new The Senate thus far has opposed the pipe line tax but in the last go around wrote in a natural gas production The Senate adjourned until 2 Dorsey San chair man1 of the State Affairs Com said he did not know if the senators would have a tax bill on the floor Ben Ramsey renam ed his Senate conference con ferees on the appropriation bill They are William Fly Wardlow Ray Roberts Martin and Floyd said he had teen t9 eet his day earlier See Page Will Send Satellite To Test Sun Power July United States plans to launch a Paddlewheel sat ellite early next month to tes the feasibility of using the suns energy to operate radio equip ment in space it wa learned Reliable sources said th launching would be attemptei 7 at Cape Fla by the National Aeronautic and Space Administration Besides testing the suns rays the satellite will also try out new kind of radio commanc Instead of storing dat on as has been done in several other the Pad dlewheel will use memory units built around tiny transistor similar to the memory units o some electronic If the shot is the NASA also plans to a 375pound pay load todawrd the moon and i sarly October in hopes of pul ting it in lunar a deep space shot i November into an area where had it been fired last month have put the rocket nea the planet th rocket cannot come near th f See Page 7 Mediator Finds Steel Situation Unchanged Coastal Areas Mop Up Behind Debra Rains varying from inch at Frost to inches at Rice fell In Navarro county over the No damage was re but lightning and some wind was received at Blooming Grove while a few tree limbs were broken in the Kerens The Weather Bureau here recorded inches of Other reports included Roane 2 Blooming Grove Emhouse Rich land Kerens and Daw son STRANGE IXIER Britains first flying resembling a futuristic space is shown arriving at by ship for its 3minute crossing of the English Channel to The hovercraft skimmed the 23 mile flight a foot above the waves on its selfmade air A fan blows air down to support the craft and through ducts to ush Its Christopher was at the AP Wirephoto By The Associated Press Communities in the water and debrisstrewn wake Hurri cane Debra surveyed Monday millions of dollars in damages left by the rain and in convenience of the tropical Meanwhile another kind of disturbance struck near Kenedy n South A small torna do hit the Nell community 10 miles west of Johnson Outlines Congress Program July Congress will pass be fore adjournment will do all a majority of its members and the President will agree can DB done says Lyndon Hinting strongly at a willing ness to the Senate Democratic leader said he must see that the Democraticcontrol led Senate avoids a legislative deadlock with the Republican Congress must do Johnson added in a weekly ra dio even if we wont do everything that I would like to I think the people sent us here to ourjob rather than to make issues or to play poli he Johnson said he feels that the majority leader of the Sen ate in tiy to be a leader of the not just the Democratic Johnson expressed his views during a program with Sen Leverett Saltonstall recorded for Massachusetts and Texas What docs Johnson think about these important issues still before Congress Labor regulation He predict ed passage of a good Housing He said he expects Democrats to find some area of agreement with President Ei He made no mention See Page 12 Nasser Warns Arabs Plan To Erase Israel July 27 UPD Gama Abdel Nasser said Sunday it is We are awaiting aggression by Israel and any supporters of We will make it a de cisive battle and get rid of Is rael once and for Nasser The tornado tore and wrecked down two four REA power During an accom sanying spectacular electrical See Page 12 Kennedy Says Welcomes Libel Suit By Hoffa July 27 President James Hoffa of the Teamsters Union repeated todaj that he is going to sue his chie congressional Rober for Hoffa said hes conferring with Edward Bennett Williams Teamsters Union general coun and other union attorney on the Kennedy charged last Wcdnes day night on NBCs Jack Paa television show that Hoffa ha old a huge He warned United Arab that the Republic never permit Israel to use the Suez Canal for its The Suez Canal is he How can Israel use it This is the dream of every made the comments at a rally in the roved in a court of Hoffa announced Friday hi ttorneys were working on bel action against Kennedy he Paar and other onnected with the There was a new round whe Cennedy and Hoffa were guest unday on separate TV appearing Sunda n NBCs the sai Hoffa had misused union funds ut gangsters on the Teamsters made deals secretly wit See Page 2 Municipal prior to a military parade celebating the seventh anniversary of the Egyptian revolution that over threw King Nassers reference to Israel was an answer to Moshe Dayan former Israeli commanderin who recently indicated that unless Egypt Danish ship Inge released the Israel would follow a policy similar See Page 7 ivil Rights Bill Delayed July 27 Southern senator to day caused a oneweek delay in consideration of a civil rights Backers of a twopack age civil rights proved by Other congressional develop ments Expenses House members approved objection proposal ap constitutional rights subcommittee tried to have it considered by the full judiciary But Olin Johnston D exercised a personal priv ilege and requested a oneweek Chairman James East land an equally staunch civil rights said Johnstons request was granted because it was the right of any member to obtain a delay in accordance with longestab lished committee He that committee procedure also prohibits any other member from making the same request when the commit tee meets again next This left the civil rights pro posal as the pending bus ness before the Back are confident they have enough votes to assure approv al once the is put to a without bill a murmer of to increase their stationery allowance from to a Chair man Samuel Friedel D of a House administration subcommittee said many mem bers probably would draw the ncrease in cash and use it to lelp pay their telephone and he lave found they need a high er allowance for stationery be cause of the increasing popu arity of newsletters to the folks back Interest William Martin of the Federal Reserve Board told the joint economic committee that the nations economic growth has been materially greater over the past 10 years than previous ly He said a revision of the boards industrial pro duction index shows a mid1959 level substantially higher than reflected in previous figures He made the statement in ex plaining the administrations opposition to compromise plai to raise the interest rate ceil ng on government Inflation House Republican eader Charles Helleck was honored by the Fairfield Chamber of Commerce for his hold the line figh against rising living Maj Gen Wilton Persons an assistant to President Eisen joined in tributes to Halleck at the Housing Republicans am Democrats on a Senate bankin subcommittee differed on wh misled whom about Presiden Elsenhowers veto of the hous ing Chairman John Spark man said testimony last week strated that veto message clearly demon the President was misleading in several Pres cott Bush dissentec saying it was actually Demo cratic attacks on the messag that were misleading a half Home Capehart who be lieves the message was mlsleac contended that the Pres dents advisers had misinform ed him and suggested that Con gress end the dispute by abol ishing the Home Home Fl See Page 7 Profits Zoom NEW July 27 W Standard Oil New Jersey worlds largest petroleum com today reported net prof if 315 million dollars for th irst six months this This was a gain of 27 per cen iver the first half of Profits was equal to share and compared with earn ngs of 249 million dollars a share on a smaller num er of shares a year Revenue from sales and In estments climbed to 000 from a yea Machetes Are Symbol Of iastro Regime July 27 remier Fidel Castro was offi iallyback in power today with mandate from a halfmillion shooting peasants ady to turn their razorsharp achetes against his Castro told a wildlycheering lass meeting here Sunday night lat he will bow to the peoples ill and resume the post he acated 10 days ago to launch he squeeze play that overthrew resident Manuel The peasants jamming Ha anas new civic center yelled lemselves firing re olvers in the air and flashing machetes jungle knives vhich were acclaimed by Castro as the new symbol of his revo Two baseball players were in ured in a similar burst of ex uberance just after midnigh1 when gunfiring soldieri swarmed onto the field during a night The Rochester Red Wings vhose Inflelder Frank Verdi head was grazed by a hastily cancelled a double leader scheduled The Cubans were scornful They pointed out that the Leonardo Cardenas was hit in the arm by a bulle and didnt Castros brother pony Page 7 Rhee Hopeful On Anniversary Korean Truce July public of Korea President Syng man Rhee said today on th sixth anniversary of the Ko ean Armistice that prospects fo Korean unification are brighte in the past because th nonCommunist world no recognizes that the armistic lias The United Slates an Koreas other Allies are we aware of Communist intention oward this country and of tl steps that must be taken t Erustrate these the 8 yearold President told Unite Press International in a writte In the Ions these augur well for he sal who has fought for th TEXAS HIGHER EDUCATION APPROPRIATIONS SLASHED independence of his nation an against communism for most his said it was obvious that the armistice had But Korea is not surprise at that he b cause we never had any pectatlons of What ma ters Is that our friends no generally recognize that fa Rhee pointed out that th was shown when the United N tlons Command two years renounced article 13D of th See Page 12 July 27 ucation Is hardest hit with uts in the tentativelyapproved ut still unsettled eneral appropriations But the HouseSenate Confer ice Committees latest report lows today that college teach s may still get a pay raise of 00 to a In comparison with other seg ents of government state hospitals and special hools education lost more lan half what was recommend d as the bare minimum to ut Texas colleges and universl es on par with those in other The Associated Press obtain d exclusively the joint con erence committees hushhush Its already but emains stacked to he ceiling in committee room 7 of the state This is the report that was agreed to at the close of the last specla A 10 per cent increase over present state spending is author ized by the It can and probably will be changed by the third special sessions con ference committee when it starts to meet The committee agreed to a NEW July Mediator Joseph Finncgan met for two hours to day with representatives of the Steel Workers Union and the 12 big steel He said afterwards there was no sub stantial change by either party in any It was the first session with both parties since the nation wide steel strike began July Finnegan said he would meet separately with industry rep resentatives in the Park Lane Hotel at 10 He said he would be in touch with David presi dent of the United Steel Work to make arrange ments with him for a separate meeting with the union team RICKOVEB GIVEN LOOK AT REACTORS Vice President Secures Release For Tour Film By ERNEST BARCEIXA July President Richard Nixon and his par ty got a runaround from So viet officials today to prevent them from seeing the power hike The over present to plant from seeing of Russias atomic ice Tucker Rejects Post As Judge BEAUMONT Tuck whose appointment as ederal judge has been awaiting has in President Elsenhower Senate ormed he will not accept such Tuckers action reportedly stemmed from the long delay in the heavy amount of work in his law and an attempt to expedite confirma of a judge for the heavily overcrowded docket in the East Texas Tuckers subject to Senate first was announced in May of 1958 after the death of Judge Lamar lecil of The vacancy is in the Beau mont division of the East Texas Presiding in the north ern division of the district is Judge Joe who has been handling the burden of all East Texas federal courts since the death of 16 To Receive CHS Diplomas Approximately 16 summer school graduates will receive their high exercises in the civic room First National Bank at 8 Names of the graduates can not be released until after final are completed Armistead re come from the General Revenue Fund would be covered by the Houseapproved 168 million dol lar tax bill pending in the Sen The General Revenue Fund Is See Palfe 7 Quieter Long Now Resting At Hot Springs HOT July 27 K EarlLong of Louisiana rested in this resort city today on the windup of a vacation and planned to take some thermal He affably commented on a range of sub jects including an Investiga tion of his Income tax by the Internal Revenue Long said he had been in vestigated a few years He said McDonald is busy with industry Finnegan was asked when he expected another joint I dont want to he In response to a question he told newsmen the federal media See Page 12 Dallas Insists Integration Delay Helpful July 27 The But Nixon finally pres sured the officials into letting Vice Admiral Hyman Rick over see the ships First Incident1 It was the first such inci delt on Nixons peace and friendship tour of the Soviet Union and occurred after ha arrived to a noisy welcome by Soviet TU104 jetliner from Some persons greeted the party drenched throngeu airport around at tha sun and crowds hla school board here said today that each day of delay in integrating Dallas schools lessens the danger of The argument wns one of sev eral advanced In a brief prepared answer negroes who demand ntegration in the coming school The brief declared The general tensions of the citizens on both sides of the sec problem have been and Theyll find less this he I saw to records and books diplomas from Corsicana school In commencement exams Principal Matt president of will be the the school main Bert minister of the West Side Church of will give the invocation and benediction Armistead will make the customary remarks of greeting and Dana Williams will present the It had not been determined Monday morning who would present the It that all they could harass me with have been de The peppery governor arrived in Arkansas by plane He drove from Little Rock and took a top floor hotel suite in this city nestled in the Ouachita Long plans to leave Wednes day for and a series See Page 12 Final Hawaii Voting Tuesday July tomorrow elect the men to represent Hawaii in her new role as the 50th state in the United Slates of They will elect two one member of the House of a and 62 members of the stale Legis Of the six candidates running for the two Senate and one House three are Orientals and two are heavily favored in their The race for the governor ship is the only contest in which candidates are are lessening and and the likelihood of strife is be coming less by the The brief was prepared for fli ng in federal court by Henry school A group of nefiroes has re quested a court order integrating Dallas schools In the coming scholastic Federal Judge Whitficld Davidson will hear the negroes plea negroes brief is a reply otras to the Among other arguments for more timo offered by the school board are physical inability to in tegrate that imme diate desegregation is impracti See Page 12 Rlckover and Milton Ei senhower as they toured the Nixon was cheerful and told the crowd that he and Premier Niklta Khrushchev had agreed that differences between na tions must be settled at the con ference table and not on the bat Atmosphere ChungeR At the shipyard where newlylaunched atomic icebreak er tjanlii la undergoing flnlBh See Page 7 W Lloyd Offers Mo Comment On Gromyko Talk July 27 UP British Foreign Secretary Sel wyn Lloyd was reported to have sounded out Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko today jn whether Russia will make any cut In its terms for a Berlin Lloyd held a luncheon confer ence with Gromyko which last ed more than two As the EastWest conference went into its ninth week of a crowded sched ule of talks also called for West Vulnerable In Berlin Justice Dislikes Blue Laws So Enforces Them Finds 159 Violating Sabbath July 27 Theres more than one way to skin a llgured Justice of the Peace Earl is the theory he applied Sunday to Pennsylvanias Sunday jlue Dougherty spent the day driving through Bucks just north of handing out 1S9 convictionon slght The recipients In cluded actress Peugy two toll booth a radio numerous plant a a news and the reporters and photographers following Im actually against the Sun day blue Dougherty Theyre chaotic and outmoded and f they were strictly enforced would strangle Pennsylvanias entire Im a justice o the peace and ts my duty to enforce the So I He reached the Bristol Play a summer during ihe first act intermission and asked to see Miss Are you worldly employed he after introducing him said Miss Are you being paid Yes I hereby convict you on view for violation of the Sunday blue He handed her a Why Ive never won a and Id rather not win the actress like the she according to the appear today before Dougherty and pay a fine plus The same thing happened at the Lcvittown where employes were working on the weekly and at announcer Mike Mayo allowed him to state his question on the Then there was a taxicab driv a Bell Telephone main tenance bowling alley and golf driving range and uards at a halfdozen Including a Radio of America plant and the struck Fairless Works of Steel Dougherty said he wanted to serve the workers in some of the but he couldnt get by Ihe Two toll collectors at an inter change of the Pennsylvania Turnpike referred the notices to A spokesman sairt the Turnpike Commissions legal department was studying the but the commission felt the turnpike is a necessary The toll collectors are arent they said Dougher See BLUE Page 12 BE SURE TO READ i by AL CAPP STARTING in TODAYS Corsicana Daily Sun strategy consultations among the Western foreign ministers and a Big Four secret session at the end of the When the luncheon at Lloyds residence ended Gromyko was asked whether there was any progress toward East West He pointing to You had better ask the Lloyd had no The United States and France have been reported standing firm against British pressure to cut down on Western terms for a Berlin agreement in order to clear the way for a summit Associates said Secretary of State Christian Herter Is still determined to try to get an agreement from the Soviets Andrei Gromyko to protect See Page 7 Editors Note The UPIs chief military reporter recent ly returned from a months tour of major defense head quarters and liases In In the following dispatch ho appraises the Western mill ry position In Berlin and compares the forces which would be arrayed against each other If East and West should go U By CHARLES CORDDRY July 27 UPD The Allied military position in West Berlin Is ex tremely That is the word from officers on the staff of Eddie commander of Army forces in To newsmen who recently visited their headquarters at these of ficers pointed out that has six divisions In the immediate vicinity of East The United Britain and France have the equivalent of one skimpy division in West Allied forces are 110 miles from the North Atlantic Treaty Organizations forward President of knew all this when he declared that the Allies will not surrender any of their treaty khts In He recently told reporters that the Wests tactical posl in the old German capital s about as poor as It much worse than It was dur ng the Soviet Blockade of Ber in In the The President said that In event of another blockade East Germans could choke the Wests and routes to West Berlin by damaging bridges and high he they could disrupt another Allied airlift by jamming radar can the West hope to maintain access to West Berl freeze the Russians try to out The detailed iVcst Berlin any time they want id But are they willing to isk a general war by such ac ion The Army experts say Rus sia knows It would loss a global They also say Europe s not a likely arena for limit ed warfare the stakes are oo And arguing against any dis position by Russia to risk lobal war is her certain know say the that Western nuclear arms can de stroy If the time comes when Rus sia believes her nuclear wea pons can destroy the military power before it can retaliate say the ex that time must not be permitted to as the Berlin crisis here Is tha of is But Heidelberg Army believe in experts much de pends on whether Soviet Pre mier Nikita Khrushchev feels hostilities over West Berlin ould be kept within the bounds of limited Logic and Communists the facts say could pinch the of f general lineup of East and West Military forces RUSSIA Russia Is credited with 175 military air craft of which about aro deployed in the and me 450 She is Page 13   

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