Corsicana Daily Sun, July 28, 1959

Corsicana Daily Sun

July 28, 1959

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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - July 28, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHEB LOCAL cloud iness through Wednesday with scattered thundershowers not much change in tem Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 78 I 82 j 86 j 88 1 90 1 92 I 94 Weather Report oo Market Homepfthe DailySunandSemiWcckiy Morninglidht LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONALAP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW July er oils in govern ments New Orleans CHICAGO scattered late Oats Lower with to 35 cents higher top steers steady to 25 cents lower top 44 JULY 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS ft ft ft ft ft ft ft CHIHUAHUAS BY THE seven tiny Chihuahua all of the same rest comfortably in teacups in the home of their Averill of Little A Utter of this size is most unusual and is thought to have tied the world AP Wirephoto SUBSTITUTE ADOPTED FOR HOUSE BILL Cigarettes And Rooms To Supply Addled Income AUSTIN UP The Senate State Affairs Committee today approved 165 a substitute for the general tax bill passed by the July 28 UPI AFLCIO President George Meany said today the Wardlow Democratic Housing Bill sponsor of the said would fight inflation rather than he will seek floor action as fan it as President Eisenhower constructive bill would be Eisenhower rejected the big Democratic bill as inflationary and The sub committee is hearings before deciding whether to try By NORMAN CORNISH July 28 House voted with out dissent Monday to give each of its members an additional a year for stationery or a total of The which will cost was retroactive to last January and will continue for the remainder of the 86th Con The resolution providing for the increase was offered by Samuel Friedey DMd soon as I This may mean later Inflation prices are the overturn the veto or to draft Several Changes suit of scarcities and a less H The bill includes a 1 12 per Meany told the Senate Housing Mayors and other municipal cent tax on the first purchaser The measure officlals last week urged Cort natural It has been callwould make possible the to override the Some F ed a severance beneficiary of he including two Repub or a tax aimed at longline and thus would help criticized the presidents and approved without companies who export inflationary prices message as Senate action was not because each chamber handles as than increase In earlier letters to each Sen Experience as well as its own money No amendments to Lanes substitute were accepted by thelmon lhe lawmakers lo rally Friedel Is a key member of The group refused prices decline when the housing the House Administration Comto cut the sulphur tax as recvolume Mcany mittee which acts as a sort of ommended in the House He urged Congress to override housekeeper for the Tne bill bolsters the inadethe He said one of the prime House measure by If did not approve a ne saia one 01 tne prime r e aM wieaauie uy injf Congress did n sons for the increase was the creasing the the tax on cighousing bill this v growing popularity of newsletarettes from five to eight cents dilatory actio ters to the folks back The increase brings to more than the salary and See EXTRA Page 5 Police Gunfire r i f v Halts Dope Thieves FORT July 28 raked a car with more than 100 bullets and killed one man early today in a high bpeed highway gun duel follow ing a narcotics burglary at an Arlington drug About 20 Arlington and Fort Worth speeding after two men and two women flee ing the burglary pumped more than 100 shots at their getaway car before it smashed Into a tree at Sycamore Park here after running two road The dead man was identified as Wesley 36year old exconvict from He was shot in the head several times and died in a Fort Worth Bentleys three and levies on motels and hotels with a three per cent Hear Witnesses An effort by Sen Abraham Kazen to eliminate the three per cent tax on rooms was defeated Jep Full er lost by a 129 vote to restore the slash in the sulphur tax from a ton A stream of witnesses poared in protest to of the bill which levy a sales tax for the first time on air See Page 2 Guidance Group Interviews Due On Next Visit he y actions of a re actionary coalition in the Con gress and the indefensible veto by the president of the moder See Page 5 First Hawaii Election Due July 28 Otto Passman told the House today that some nations receiving military and economic aid would like ly shoot at and not with if war should Passman made the statement in debate on a for eignaid appropriations bill cut below the amount July 28 requested by President Eisen FROM CB Some Expecting Pressure Behind Khrushchev Bid By ERNEST BARCEIXA on u A July search and Development Com2S UPI Vice President UPI Lt Bernard was the first witnes in a Nixon received the ft rt n 1 I LJ i 1 n A A Force missile House Space Committee inquiry warmest Schriever Air afmcu Committee mquiryiwarmest reception yet of his An appropriations told Housp investigators into what has gone wrong in the peace and friendship tour of e headed by Passman drafted there is no cause for Atlas thSoviet Union when he arriv the He urged the House to recent repeated fail it of too early for ed in this Siberian industrial uphold the subcommittees in the range Atlas misme to say with certainty that city tions despite objections by the On the other side of the ar Silvio Conte a member of Passmans protested a cut of from the the President asked for direct military assistance to The military aid Conte has made available to the United States abroad some 250 operating sup ports ground forces of more than men and main tains aircraft and naval This he Is now Schriever expressed confidence nated th we have identified and ellmi f ly 1 Hea vy ting Des Moines Hopeful Worst Of Polio Past endangered by our The Senate has approv unwarranted slash of nearly 20 a measure to grant a lump per sum payment of to Navy saying we cannot ancl Marine officers forced to manycolored peoples named retire under a new program de these Polynesian Islands go to Poland Indonesia as to avoid promotion the pollstoday to elect theirUies receiving aid but which Tne passed Wednesday first representatives as the 50th would likely shoot at us in iffht by voice now goes Airport Jammed e causes of our recent A crowd of cheering missile Atlas flight test persons jammed the airport use by Schriever told the when the big Soviet TU104 But he said the Air Force feels airliner carrying Nixon and his me original tarit has corrected the difficulties party landed here this afternoon n A tnat causecl fivc successive fallfollowing onestop flight from head of the Air RHurcs in Atlas firings over a fivemonth Hundreds of others lined the He noted that an advanced streets from the airport to the model Atlas scored what he center of tne cltv to wave at termed a completely successful tne cars and buses bringing flight over Its full Atmembers of the Nixon iantlc range last into Under Schriever Responds to Greeting said all of the five failures oc The Vice President acknow curred In B and C series mislodged the warmth of his greet ing by telling the throngs in Congress Would Pay Bonu Excess Brass July 28 s July fUPl state of the United t Enthusiasm for statehood was so high that Secretary oC State Ed Johnson predicted 00 per DES July of registered voters would officials said cast ballots to elcct a today the polio epidemic in the eutenant two a Congressman and 62 state Virtually every race and na tion which has contributed to event of windfalls een reaped to the House which pass L measure to grant up to for thc same family adjiist from the aid program by the ment John Stennfs estimated cost of measure as See Page 8 Faubus Submits School Program A Little Rock this of 750 miles east of that he was here so that we can know each other bettor and bring the peace and friendship that all of us I want to express my preclatlon for your warm wel See Page 2 By ff printing and publishing Indus See FOREIGN Page 2 Senate past its Des Moines area is James Des MoinesPolk County Health tu rector who described the of the islands Is demic as the nations worst three weeks said it is now going down A Group of ten members the counseling and guidance of weathered the hail They were identified TJand Drane Junior High Schools fini Bentleys Liia Jo See Page 5 and Senior High High School Monday and will return next study represented on the The only contest between two Cau casians is that for appointed territorial Gov Speers said new polio cases crnori William a Re ly continue to occur and the Territorys but that the nonvoting delegate to cmic should be almost John a are a close race for that A Hawaiianborn Japanese Divorcee Gets Lorn Attention LITTLE Orval Fau bus offered a solution today for Mthe 28 of of r th aieas that hit by the not yet been The total number of cases In even Des n Monday for additional and Joe counselor for county has risen sicana High who is Wlth 85 of thcm tending the institute this sumMolnes said the primary objective Speers said new cases oc is to locate capable youngsters curred at the rate of 18 or 20 of high week in late but only See Page 5 Pravda Blasts Sf andards Local hospitals and clinics are a distinct economic asset to the community not to men tion the humanitarian and medical Memorial hospital county Navarre Clinic and Corsicana Hospital and Clinic have normal facilities to care for 142 bed although each institution can add beds in conference rooms and other places in the case of a disaster or There were 135 regular en ployes at 25 at Na varre Clinic and 14 at Corsicanq Hospital and recently opened after being closed for Kill Key July 28 UPI The House judiciary committee killed the strongest section of its civil rights bill By a reported 1813 it stripped from the bill a provi sion authorizing the govern ment to seek court injunctions to safeguard civil Chairman Emanuel Celler who sponsored the title th ree blamed Ite rejection on Republican defection traceable to the White House from which no leadership Is he said in a the President de sires a mere lukewarm ap proach to Title three was to CeUer announced that he ivould fight to restore the sec tion when the bill reaches the He said the committee vote was a severe but not fatal The stricken section would have allowed the attorney gen eral to start injunction suits on behalf of any individual threat ened with denial of his civil It was the only provi sion of the bill which lacked administration approval several East have a who are showing great promise as topflight The institute is interested In number employes locating this type of student pressed into service when school and follow through with guidance The combined payroll of theLaind the of possiWIi for college past year will total Seale said the PIans July o cases worn confirmed in I Pravda today attacked their talk was HOT July Earl Long Louisiana ditched a bunch trailing newsmen and his po lice escort Monday night and took an automobile ride with a pretty After a mid night chat with he returned to his hotel Today he planned to take one of thc thermal baths for which this resort city is famous and visit the JotEmDown store at Pine made fa mous by radios Lum and Ab ner comedy After their Ann Bil about auburnhaired divorcee from and Marine Corps colonels and lieutenantcolonels accumulated on the promotion roster during World War Some regular officers would be Stennis explained that the rapid wartime promotions crea ted an excess of officers in cer tai DmiOHPoor Concrete Halts Machine the The new program was ed to eliminate the socalled tjn j iu i L hump of Navy captains and of Horace Mann m negro high and Hall July 28 OB in the elite residentiallelectronic qviestlonandanswcr machine at ai integratbit the dust Powdery od under federal troops in clouds of grlt churned UP bv and kept closed last year the by patients who became ill last s The statistics included in this to intervlew a SrouP of local article do not include the various youngsters next clinics of physicians and sur Clement Head Argentine Navy can propaganda about the high standard of living in the United It said the picture presented by Americans was false and based its attack on statistics published in a handbook of acts about labor in the Labor Rc Dna BUENOS July 28 by the search Authorities were hopeful today M office superinten who maintain elaborate that the a military crisis plaguing and examination andl60 vas Pleased Arturo Krondizi for family We talked about she told Hes got a bril liant mind I dont care what they Urruiia Case Left To Castro July 28 UP treatment quarters without overPfd bcen selected for the visitsjtwo months were ended weGk can barely make both night facilities with the attendthls and ncxt ant expensive staffs of stenog Seale said the Principals were technicians cooperative and assisted the and and which would raise The principals are Jim the total payrolls by an appreciComPton Junior High the appointment of Gaston Cleends a retired roar admiral as navy The Communist Party News id that the that 90 dollars Icharf treason brought by a rivate citizen against former H Manuel Urrutia was referred promotion of more See Page 8 Mansfield Backs Big Five Meet July 28 reports of a Big Three Paris conference in September won Democratic en dorsement in Congress today and brought a plea that Italy and West Germany be Senate Democratic whip Mike a foreign relations said he thought it a splendid Idea to have President British Prime Minister Harold Mac miDan and French President Charles DC Gaulle get together of the outcome of the current Geneva But he said In an ir It added that more than half of American families arc no thousands of visitors tramp would over the concrete floor at ated for white the maln exhibition dome 1m Paubus said under his sugmobilized the delicate machin geated boys would attend crv one school and girls the oth The computer is primed with thousands of Russianlanguage This would take care of any answers to questions about life moral problems which might In the United States expected Faubua from It produced tho Be keeping boys in one Intoanswcrs tne nick of a but grated school and girls in the Faubus said there would The harried director of tho be no need for police protecexhibition said the machine will tion because no one would belbo down temporarily un til a better floor can be He said hopes to have local workmen put In an asphalt floor over tho square feet of Harold general director of the said It might be a good idea if some July 28 firm 4to ln Richard Neucrcw mforial to Inata11 a today came out dinable for Adlal Stevenson as DemThc duat blamed on ocrattc candidate for President the qualHv of concrete in floor the Soviets The floor beneath the greafc dome became a dust bowl after an estimated vlsl See Page 2 Neuberger For Stevenson Again Neuberger announced his choice In a brief Senate floor that the time is long overdue At the same time ho referred to Prime Minister Fidel tnat me time is long ovemuc AI me same ume IIG f Castros Cabinet Monday when both Italy and Went Gerurged that the names of tors trudged past the exhibits t 1 ottniiM Kn rrUmn nniinl intt hilt f n n rltrJ a t ett ht nnl OinCC tnOU CleaninK able See Page 5 Articl even Included in thc category a respected careerlof lucky ones who make that promised to work ward restoring discipline In the Pravda also said he propa gandists didnt mention the Navy echoing of whom there had of army charges that Frondizlalnever bcen less than man he put Supreme Court Judge eran de Val signed an transferring the case from the court to the The ruling puts Castro In the as judge on in as the first Tiillnl many should be given equal replbut genuine candidates be Since then cleaning 1 i crews have been trying with takes place May only partial success to down the A milder civil rights bill is pending In the Senate judiciary Other congressional develop ments House Ways and Means Committee tentative ly rejected three proposals to hike federal gasoline taxes to solve the interstate highway financing Two proposals would have hiked the gasoline tax by onehalf and one The third would have combined a tax increase with a diversion of excise taxes from the treasurys general into the highway trust President Eisenhowers own proposal for a 112 cent tax opposed by Re publicans and Democrats was not put to a Propos als to issue highway bonds will come up in the committee to Sports Kenneth Keating told a Senate monopooly subcommittee Con gress must act quickly to ex empt professional sports from the antitrust laws to preserve pastimes so many Americans love so As leadoff wit he endorsed his own bill to exempt ali but business as government was riddled with followers of ousted dictator Juan forced the resignation of Vice Adolfo pa at two It also President of the revolutionary pects of professional as navy hockey and basketball from antitrust He said a rival bill by Chairman Estes Kefauver would put the government too far into the business of regulating pro fessional team Labor GOP Leader Charles Halleck told newsmen after weekly White House legislal tive conference that he believes a labor bill President Eisen hower can accept will be draft ed on the House He said he feeis critics of a watered down labor committee bill have enough votes to adopt a strong er substitute more in line with the Presidents TVA and Senate GOP Leader Everett Dirk sen indicated on leaving in the called attention to the and then dalous contrast between the Urrutia quit on July 17 after millionaires and the disinheritCastro had accused him of near ncl treason in a TV West Revamping Berlin Plan the White House that Eisen hower will veto a bill authoriz ing the Tennessee Valley Au thority to issue bonds to fi nance its future They noted that he consistently has opposed freeing the TVA from budget control by thc White Foreign House be See Page 2 CROWD JAMS PLAZA TO HEAR part of a crowd eatimated at million in Havana Civica Plaza where Cubas GENEVA July The West today offered Russia a fiveyear Berlin truce in a new attempt to win a summit agreement without backing down on Western rights in the divided reliable conference sources The offer was contained In a list of proposals for a Berlin truce handed to the Russians this A similar Russian list was handed to the West at the same Both were to be kept se cret until The Western document con tained this new major proposal Western rights in Berlin will remain unchanged until German If Ger many ia not reunified within five the Big Four Foreign Ministers would meet again to review the Berlin In the sources this would amount to a five year Berlin The other Western the sources were virtually unchanged from those put for ward by the West in the Big four conference on June strong Fidel spoke after returning I The only other addition was to the post of A similar crowd jammed I a proposal that United Nations the other side of the AP Wirephoto observers should be stationed in with access to both sec tions of the to police a pos sible agreement to ban subver sive propaganda Thc proposals were completed by the Western Foreign Minis ters late this their advlficrs re portedly recommended a two and a half year truce but the ministers themselves ex tended it to The new Western plan would mean putting the Berlin issue on ice at least until after the 1960 presidential the British parliamentary elec tion which must be held before May and the West Ger man parliamentary election scheduled for thc fall of It reportedly was studied by French and Went Gorman officials this morning and submitted by them to a meeting of the Western Big Four Foreign Ministers this Thc Western Ministers met just after 3 at French del egaUon They got together to draw up a list of proposals for a Berlin truce settlement for submission Wednesday to Russias Andrei The Soviet Foreign Minister and his aides presumably were preparing a similar list of Rus sias The Western Foreign Minis ters and Gromyko agreed last night to trade written propos als on Berlin in an effort to speed up the work of the flag ging Geneva conference if work out a truce agree ment that might let the West go to a summit session in The Western list was based on proposals handed to Gromyko June But Western confer ence sources disclosed that was likely to contain slgnlfl cant changes which the Rus sians might accept aa a comj Western diplomats were cxl tremely cautious about predlc Ing any major break in since the drafts e sttitlaily represent no more tha summaries of positions alreacl outlined verbally by the For eign there was a genera feeling that translating proposals and counterproper into black and white woul help greatly to clarify the is See Page 2 ;

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