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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - July 29, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Thursday with scattered thunder showers not much change in tempera Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 86 88 89 90 91 92 Complete Weather Report an Market Daily SunandSemiWeekly Horning LKASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONALAP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW July er oils in govern ments trading CHICAGO WheatrNarrowly mixed slow cash Narrowly mixed meager to 50 cents higher top steers steady to 50 cents higher top 45 JULY PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS President Evades Issue Of Khrushchev Visit 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 ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Republicans Score Surprise In Hawaii Voting TOP MARGIN CANDIDATE IS DEMOCRAT Results Indicate Legislature Will Divide Controls July JapaneseAmerican war hero and a Chinese American millionaire today captured con gressional seats in Hawaiis first election as the nations 50th A Republican resurgence marked Tuesdays election with more than 90 per cent of the island states voters jumping across party Results Divided The GOP elected the lieutenant governor and one The in firm control of island politics for the past five nailed down the other Senate posi tion and the lone seat in the House of In the State the Republicans held a 1312 lead In the Senate with several seats In the the Democrats led Republican William Quinn launched himself into national prominence and touched off a firecracker pop spree by supporters when he defeated Democrat John A former delegate to the House of the most popular man in the election was a Page 11 Nixon Jousts With Red Hecklers At Siberian Stops July 19 UPI Vice President Richard Nixon flew Into this ndustrial city of the Urals t6 day after another of his rough ind tumble debates with Rus iian His greetings here was warm ind as it was on ar and departure from the Western Siberian city of Novo But the warmth ran somewhat cold when Nixon was subjected to some tough giveandtake by three men in Novosibirsk before he left there this Nixon received the same CANTALOUPES ANYONE Motorists and others passing by a wreck on one of main had themselves a field day when a truck involved in the crash spilling pounds of The crash and resulting salvage operation by passersby tied traffic in knots for more than an AP Wirephoto Senate Debating Tax Bill Get Benefits Tafiim Estate The Robert Tatum Charity Fund is provided for under the terms of the will of the late Robert Tatum who died July 7 in the Navarro The First National Bank of Corsicana is the trustee for the fund as a public charity for the indigent poor of Navarro coun the will Kenneth county admitted the will to pro bate in orders this The dated February was witnessed by member of the firm of Ralston and and Miss Irma secretary of the same The amount of the estate of the 94yearold retired merch and has not been revealed since an in ventory and appraisement has not been Two cemeteries were remem bered in the Creek See Page 12 PLASTIC KILLS BABY FORT WORTH A piece of soft plastic used to keep away flies was blamed Tuesday for the suffocation death of Coron Kay twomonthold daughter of Mr and The July 29 W Texas senators this mprnitfg of being ready to ap bill v a iWv gas Debate on a committee sub stitute for the measure began at with numerous amendments The House held an eight minute session then quit until Fully a third of the lower chamber moved to the Senate to listen to the crucial A quick Senate decision on the bill would give the House a chance to act on the changes this Wardlow resented the largest tax bill in the states history to the He said that to him it was tweddledede and tweedle dedum whether a tax bill con tained an increase in present gas production rates or Price Daniels severance bene ficiary tax a tax on the first purchaser of natural Lanes first adopted on voice took out a provision that would have baby was found dead in her excluded methane from payment of and the ethane tax as liquid He said a question was raised that natur al gas consists about 95 per cent of methane and ethane in the gaseous Another Lane amendment was He said it clarified a provision of the bill that the natural pas producer is not liable for the 1 12 per cent tax unless he also is the first purchaser or The 183 million dollar tax See Page 13 Over 100 Dams Slated In County If all runs Navarro coun ty will have at least 105 flood dentention dams in ten years and the fanners alone will reap an anticipated million an nually in This is not just wild dream its all down in longrange plans of the Soil Conservation Serv Since the first of such dams was built on Grays creek in April of 11 have been built on the one creek in Northeast Navarro county three are sche duled to be constructed on Post Oak creek this one of them in the backdoor of Corsi Rlchland Chambers The which builds the estimate that by 69 dams will have been built on Riehland creek and 25 on Cham bers all in Navarro coun Navarro county is proud of its agricultural but before the flood detention dam program was started by the fed eral government in lush and fertile small bottom lands in many areas produced only weeds and underbrush because farmers could not afford to take the risk of having their crops flooded two or three times each Emergence of the small dams See Page 11 Steel Profits Stir Debate NEW July 29 UF The Steelworkers Union has seized upon a report of record profits by Steel the nations biggest steel to charge that the figures make the industrys strike position utterly The companies position that they are holding the line against inflation by refusing wage de mands was characterized by the union as raising a phony in flation issue at a time when they are rolling in Steel replied that the profits were not in any way excessive when compared with those In other a mediator report ed after separate talks with both sides in the 15dayold nationwide strike of a half mil lion steelworkers that there was no change in the position of either A strike threat affecting most of the aluminum industry scheduled for Friday midnight was David McDonald United Steelworkers said the astronomical profits being re ported by steel firms will con vince the public that the steel workers were forced to strike by a coldblooded plan of an industry that wanted and plan ned this shutdown for its own selfish Steels board Roger replied that Steel would hold the price unless the government forc ed a strike settlement which might change the He made it clear he expected the industry to follow Steel produces 28 per cent of the nations and Blough said competition would keep other companies from raising Blough said the record profits reported Tuesday were partly the result of increased buying earlier in the year by steel users who expected a strike and want ed to have enough steel on Steel reported halfyear profits of more than any steel company ever earned In a similar This amounted to a return of 10 cents on every dollar of and equaled a It compared with a previous record of or a in the first half of The steel industry has refused to grant union demands for a wage claiming that any increase in labor cost would force a price Increase and con tribute to The union claims the compan ies can afford a wage increase without raising and points to steel profits in an at tempt to prove The industry has offered to consider a modest increase if the union would allow It to cut labor costs by changing some plant work rules it considers But the union has re saying that to do so would be to give up past There the matter has resulting in the shutdown of 9C per cent of the nations steel The union seeks a 15cent hourly annual At the time of the strike steelworkers averaged an The Steeiworkers Union and other unions made similar de mands in the aluminum indus and they were turned down Aluminum wages range between and an The Steelworkers Union and the Big Three companies in Aluminum of the Reynolds Metals and the Kaiser Aluminum See Page 12 when here Geneva Talks In Final Week TRIMMED FOREIGN AID BILL SENT TO SENATE 16 Diplomas Presented To Summer Class Sixteen young men and wom en received diplomas at the sum mer school commencement pro gram for Corslcana high school Defore an overflow crowd In the civic room of the First National Bank building Tuesday The audience filled the seats in the airconditioned civic room and those who could not find seats stood at the The graduates completed their work in the summer school ses Two were from other schools six of the eleven girls are married two members of the class graduated as honor Receiving their certificates were Gladys Jo Ann Janice Poarch Margie Ann Wanda Sue Doug Ginger Statham Berta Ruth Cherlyn Der ryberry Bobbie Ann Charlcne Lane Wash Mary Jo Hardy of Mala and Jane Elizabeth Bichell of Miss Hardy and Miss Bichell were awarded diplo mas from their respective Also graduating were Curtis Johnny Clayton Jack William Ken neth Wayne Ward and Lyndon Ingram and Wash burn graduated as honor stu leckllng treatment visited a factory Nixons eagerly awaited tour of the Siberian branch of the USSR Academy of Science at Novosibirsk turned out to be a Soviet authorities allow d him to see only a single milding they is to louse their Institute of hydro some 500 buildings are to be located in the area where many of Russias top icientlsts will Nixons total stay there lasted about a half Soviet authorities only re uctantly allowed him the Nixon insisted on The three men identified See Page 11 Revamped Atlas Firing Called FullSuccess CAPES July 20 UPI A revamped Atlas intercontinental ballistic missile thundered miles Tuesday night to punctuate congressional queries into whether we are losing the mis July The House today passed a foreign aid bill cut ting deeply under President El senhowers request and tailored to force out information the ad ministration wants to The bill went to the Senate on 279136 roll call Only that formal action had been left over Tuesday night after the House finished sectlonbysection sile race with It was the second Atlas success after five consecu tive a mini mum of two additional test flights probably will be neces sary before the huge war rocket reaches operational About 1 12 hours after launch the Air Force announced the shoot apparently was a com plete An attempt was made to recover a tiny data capsule carried in the blunt heat sink nose cone of the missile and designed to record additional information about the The search for the data cap sule was called off some six hours later with the 18inch vehicle still A spokes See Page 2 Claim Polaris Will Keep Date July 29 of the Polaris The chief Navys missile program assured Con gross today that the submarine launched rocket will join the fleet in 1960 three years ahead of the original target Rear William Ra born told a House Space Com mlttee hearing that the solid fuel Polaris has met or ex ceeded every objective as sched uled for the development pro See Page 12 New Patrolmen Bolster Staff Corsicana Area Two new highway patrolmen lave been assigned to the four county subdistrict under the direction of One has been brought to Cor sicana and the other sent to bringing the total num er of patrolman in the sub district to Headquarters for the subdis trict is The new Corsicana patrolman is Robert Sob of He is single Parrish has recently finished the Department of Public Safe ty school and this is his firsl A graduate of Kaufman High he is a former student of Henderson County Junior College at Scott revealed Wednes straight day tne personnel in the four counties Navarro county Bob Vernon Crook See Page 2 Chamber Plans Hotel Office Thursday will be M Day for the Chamber of Tomorrow the Chamber will begin the task of moving to temporary office quarters on the second floor of the Navarro It has been asked to vacate the present building by 22 and had to avail itsel of temporary facilities until it can lease or build its own perm anent Still pending a project whereby W lonsideration and tentatively pproved the Both the cut in funds and the orceout provision are sore Oints with Just before the House acted he President predicted at his lews conference that the force ut plan never would get to his csk as He describ d it as an unconstitutional in vasion of executive The device consists of a section pro lee Page Houston Focal Points NAACP Drive July Top Dallas school leaders have been subpoenaed to take the stand Thursday in the Dallas school ntegration case to answer ques tions by negro Edwin dent of the Dallas board said today he was poena Tuesday tqjappear In Fed eral Whltfield sons court at 10 Thurs Willis was to build aircondltloned office a modern building for the Chamber on a 10year lease arrangement in the 200 block of West Fourth Pending the obtaining of new permanent the Chamber will occupy a suite oT three rooms in the southeas corner of the hotel directly above the drug Manager Dick Knight Wednesday arrangements sale had been made whereby the Cham her can use one of the mez zanlne floor diningrooms fo committee conferences anc board It is antlclpat ed that the transfer will be com pleted With Billions Unreachable In Special State Of Texas Is Broke By ED OVERHOLSER July 29 The State of Texas is broke but it holds more than two billion dol lars in special Not a penny can be used to pump the states General Rev enue Fund out of the It will take a tax bill to do that both old and ex may wonder how this apparent parodox exists and if can be Some such as Gulp Krueger of El also want the fiscal jungle clear ed in hopes of economizing Krueger is a leader of a grow ing group who want to know how much can gain by transferring and consolidating Special funds are often raid ed at the whim of the Legis The three million dol lar cost of this years extend ed session was out of money collected and held in special funds from taxes on cigarettes and the drivers li cense Two years ago the Legisla ture dipped 212 million dollars from Department of Public Safety funds to begin construc tion of an archives building be state building funds not be available until cause would Krueger and others want to know why these and fees are still essential if they are not necessary to do the job they were created If they are still how much can be transferred elsewhere The amount of money ranges from nearly 400 million dollars each in the Permanent School Fund and the University School Funds to small amounts in such obscure money pots as the prepaid funeral turopathlc reregistration donated commodity distribution The Texas Legislative Coun cil undertook the big job o anlyzing the states fund struc ture and balances for the Leg Studies are continuing As of the end of the Iiwt fiscal the total of all balances of all funds In and outside the State Treasury totaled The council says this to tal has not changed material The council staffers repoi that the complex financia structure includes funds which probably dont need to be iso Each year Texas receive many millions of dollars reprc See Page 2 aiding for a cutoff of all unds If the administration hokl July 29 The United State and Russia agreed today to wind up the deadlocked big four foreign ministers confernece within a The decision came after the Soviets brought the talks to a nearbreakdown by increas ing their price for a Berlin American diplomats warned that they had little hope of any Berlin agreement before the scheduled The other Western Allies agreed to the HerterGromyko The end of the talks need not necessarily be a rupture or a a in okesman He said the United States lopes to resume the discussions on Berlin and Germany at a later Assistant Secretary of State Andrew In making the added this cau Do not interpret this to Negroes are asking for Imme diale Integration of Dallas pub lie Other school leaders subpoe naed were school superintendent and Wes assistant superinten dent in charge of business for the Dallas Thurgood chlet counsel for the National for the Advancement of Color ed is expected to be in Dallas Thursday to take part in the Integration The NAACP has put on drive to require integration in Dallas and Houston public Motions asking for im mediate integration were filed In both cities on May Schools Phone Rate Trebled July 29 The Houston Independent School District faces an increase of in Its telephone bill dur ing the coming The Southwestern Bell Tele phone has notified the school system that effective 1 it will be charged at the business telephone rate ot 50 a month for each of the sys tems approximately 300 In the past the schools have been charged at the residential rate of a See Page 2 Question About Secrecy Policy Irks President July 29 UPI President Elsenhower showed his anger today and told a reporter to sit down after the newsman asked him about the administrations policies on re lease of The presidents ire was direct ed at Clark cor respondent for the Des Moines Register and It was the second time that Eisenhow er has spoken sharply to Mol lenhoff In recent Mollenhoff told the presldenl today that the House acted to shut off funds to the Interna tional Cooperation Administra tion unless certain reports on the foreign aid program were made available to the The reporter asked if the president felt this was a per sonal criticism and inquired if the administration would change See Page 2 TV Experiment Reverses Act July Three volunteer motorists wen1 th rough a road safety progran on BBC television Tuesday to prove that alcohol slows up re but they didnt reac very The average time It took then to cover a specially selected ob staclestrewn course before Itn biblng was 43 Aftc two large whiskeys th SAYS RECESS IN GENEVA MEET NEEDED Praises Nixon Behavior During Tour Of Russia July 29 UPI President Eisenhower said today Vice President Rich ard Nixon has acquitted himself splendidly on his tour f the Soviet Union but that nly time will tell whether ensions will be reduced as a esult of the Bid Not Authorized Elsenhower said Nixon was not authorized to invite Soviet Premier Nlklta Khrushchev to this He ducked a question as to whether a Khrush chev visit could result from Nixons Reporters accompanying Nix on on the trip have written that hey considered it almost cer the Vice President would a visit to the United tates Khrushchev when Nlxori returns to There has been no official an nouncement of this No Geneva Progress On other aspects of Soviet American the Presi dent said he la not ready to say that the Geneva conference of foreign ministers should end ecause of a stalemate between he East and But he volunteered that there still has not been progress that would justify a summit Eisenhower made It clear ha believes the Geneva conference See Fafra 12 Several Issues Are Discussed At Press Neei July 29 Elsenhower to day gave his qualified blessing to a substitute labor reform bill unveiled in the House this He told a news conference that the sponsored by Phil Landrum and Robert Griffin RMlch came much closer to his ideas for dealing with union corrup tion than the Senate bill and one approved by the House Labor The President said ho thought the new legislation went far toward correcting the evils ex posed by the Senate Rackets He said he had not studied all of the bill but had been advised It would come a long way closer to carrying out his recommendations than oth el The LandrumGriffln bill car ries stricter curbs on secondary boycotts and organizational picketing In line with adminis tration On other topics which camo up at his news the President said does not think that Rus sian missile superiority gives demonstrators clocked In at the average time of 39 the Soviet Union an advantage See Page 2 Adopt Ikard Road Bond Plan July 29 UPI The House Ways and Means Committee recommended today that Congress float a billion dollars worth ot bonds to help meet the highway financing The linked with a stretchout in construction ol the superhighway was approved as a substitute for President Eisen howers plea for a 1 12 cent Increase In the gasoline The committee rejected Eis enhowers proposal Tuesday and pushed through the new plan at followup closed meeting to The vote was reported as advanced by 15 to The Frank Ikard and opposed by the would authorize Issuance of up to a billion dollars worth of revenue bonds against assets of the highway trust They would be repaid within flvo To beef up the fund BO the bonds could be onefifth of the treasury receipts from the 10 per cent excise tax on new automobiles would be shifted to the fund for four years starting Construction of the now scheduled for completion n would be stretched out to four years after that The stretchout would be felt by the states beginning with the next apportionment of fed eral Elsewhere In Congress Foreign House ap proved by a 279136 roll call a bill providing to finance the foreign aid pro gram during the 12 months starting last July The total Is less than Eisen howcr originally requested anJ below the celling Congress clamped on military and economic aid overseas earlier In the The money bill was sent to the Sen ate where the administration will make a major fight to re store the Civil rights The House Judiciary Committee rejected 16 to the presidents recom rncndatlon to set up a specla commission to eliminate dis crimination In work on govern ment But It approved without a record vote his rec ommendatlons to permit fed eral inspection of state election records and to extend the life of the federal civil rights com mission for two more Missiles Rear William chief of the Navys Polaris missile told House Space Committee the submarine solidfuel rocket will be ready to join the fleet in I960 three years ahead of its original target He said the Polaris has met or exceeded every ob jective set in the development Raborn testified at the second day of hearings on a series of recent missile test failures at Capa Baseball Baseball Com mlssloner Ford testi fying before a Senate anti monopoly ex pressed strong belief that the proposed new third major league would become a reality and said the present American and National Leagues would do what they could to Frlck warned that a proposed bill before the sub committee which would re strict each major league team to control of 80 players con tracts would do more than any Bee Page 13   

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