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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - July 30, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Friday with widely scattered thun dershowcrs not much change in tempera Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 3 84 88 89 90 1 91 I 92 92 Complete Weather Report on Market Daily SunandSamlWnkly Morning LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESSAP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW July ed aircrafts in gov ernments hedge and New Orleans CHICAGO Wheat Higher Corn Narrowly mixed meager to 25 cents high er top steers steady top 46 JULY SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENTS EisenhowerKhrushchev Meeting Hinted By Nixon ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Sir ft ft ft ft NAAGP Eyes Integration In Dallas By 1960 LAYING THE DTJST IN Soviet asphalt part of crew of 50 men and women work throughout night laying cov ering of asphalt over broken concrete floor of exhibition building in In back ground Is huge electronic brain which was put out of action by dust after the concrete floor was pulverized by throngs visiting Huge film screens are near AP Wire photo via radio from Moscow House Slows Tax Decision July 30 Off The House put off until this after noon the decision of approving or not approving Senate changes in a general tax There were widespread indica tions the House thigh agree the 185 million dollar bill that was passed by the Senate last Blouse members refused to give the necessary majority to set the tax bill HB11 for spe cial consideration at 3 they agreed by a voice vote to return at 3 and de cide then whether to act on the bill The Senate also recessed un til 3 Ben said copies of the amendments made by the Senate will be on desks by 1 Bob sponsor of the new natural gas tax severance beneficiary in the urged that the House not commit Itself to action by S noted that the bill is the only Senate version to contain a severance beneficiary tax and is the largest tax bill ever return ed to the If there is any way possible to dont you think we should con cur he I am inclined that Eckhardt A decision on the key issue that has drawn out the 56th Legislature for 194 days may come The Senate approved the bill 292 Wednesday The House can accept Senate chang es or ask for a compromise This bill comes close to what I would vote said See Page 10 By JON FORD Distributed By AP AUSTIN Highplaced state lawmakers are boiling over As sociated Press dispatches this week disclosing in vast detail a HouseSenate conference com Revealing Spending Plans Irks Cily Hall Will Begin Closing On Saturdays Beginning this Saturday all city hall except police and fire will close all day on Saturdays in line with similar closing hours re cently put into effect by the courthouse and two of the citys it was announced by City Manager Morgan City hall offices for years have closed at noon on Satur The new hours will reduce the working hours of city hall office personnel from 44 to 40 hours Saturday closings will have no effect on the city sanitation department which normally works on that day making gar bage City at its July 21 approved the clos ing hour provided it offered no conflict with state mittees carefully guarded billion budget The Associated Press apparently regarded by editors outside Austin as dull reading were of tremendous interest to most of whom were in the dark themselves as to how their 10 conferees proposed to divide up state Find Door Jimmied Irate determined to find how their topsecret docu ment fell into Associated Press went so far as to call in Department of Public Safety DPS according to House Appropriations Commit tee Chairman Bill found the door to the room where the budget bills were stacked had been A louvered panel appeared to have been removed and replaced after other at tempts to enter the room via transom and locksliding One conferee estimated a total of seven budget bills out of 250 stored in the room for nearly 10 days were The Associated empha sizes Capitol Bureau Chief Dave obtained its copy of the bill Feelings Not Shared Many legislators and news who do not share the con ferees dedication to guarding plans for spending the taxpay ers money as though they were See Page 7 WOULD HIKE TAXES FOR LOST FUNDS Latest Hearing Started Before Judge Davidson July The National for the Advance ment of Colored People appar ently set a target of 1960 for in tegration of Dallas at torneys for the NAACP indi cated in questioning today in a federal the NAACP leaders backed down on de mands for immediate integ Through their questioning ot school board the NAA CP attorneys mentioned 1960 as the possible starting time for integration of the Dallas In another the Dallas school board revealed its favored plan if integration here takes Edwin school under intense ques tioning by NAACP We favor a plan of starting with the first Rippy that such a plan still has not been officially approved by the Rlppy reiterated the position of the school board was that it cannot integrate until it has de termined whether is must fol low state law or federal State law would deprive the Dal las school siytem of about Page 10 Court Asserts Communists Must Register July 30 UPI The Court of Appeals ruled today that the Communist party must registei with the government under the 1950 subversive activities law The justice department has been trying to win the case for about nine Todays opinion was written by Chief Judge Barrett He was joined by Circuit Judge John Danaher Circuit Judge David Bazel on He urged send ing the case back to the sub versive activities control board for a fourth round of hearings Todays ruling will probablj be appealed to the Su preme Court by the Communist On three the sub versive activities control board SACB has ruled the S Communist party is under the domination of The law requires Commun istaction organizations to reg open their and label their The act was the first legis lation aimed at the Communisl party as an organization rather than at individual In appealing the case from the boards third decision against the party raised See Page 7 Traffic Kills 1OO Daily BRANDED RAPIST RETURNS TO TORMENT HOUSEWIFE CANOGA July woman who four years ago branded a handsome man on the face with an elec tric iron when he tried to rape her was attacked for the fourth time Wednesday by the same vengeful Patricia Fay mother of three was cut on the arms and chest by the rapist who has sworn revenge on her for dis figuring The cuts all are Smith said her family has had to move two times since July when she burned an ugly threeinch long scar Higher State Budgets Hit Pocketbooks By RAYMOND LAHR July 30 UPI State legislatures reached into taxpayers wallets for hundreds of millions of dol lars this year to keep state bank accounts in the black and finance record Lawmakers in almost all of the 46 states with legislatures meeting in 1959 have approved or still must approve budgets at an all time In some they found that the tax take from economic growth or the bounceback from the 1958 recession would cover the in creased drain on the But in many other the legislatures glumly agreed that they had to raise Some tried new tax gimmicks but most of them simply raised in come sales taxes or ex cises on beer and to bacco New North South Carolina and Utah joined the federal govern ment and about a dozen other states which impose withhold ing taxes on paychecks to help insure collection of income tax Idaho levied a head tax on each income tax return Ohio and Utah put a tax on hotel and motel Nebraska levied a new tax on parimutuel The heretofore dry state of Oklahoma legalized and the legislature promptly taxed it a gallon to yield an esti mated a Cigaret smokers were a fav ored target in the search lor new which had no cigaret got a levy of 3 cents a package when the legislature approved 222 million of Edmund Browns 256 million dollar tax Of 11 other states which in creased cigaret taxes this Iowa and Wyoming went to four cents a pack New South Carolina and South Dakota to 5 cents Minnesota 5 12 Pennsylvania and Wash 6 and Vermont 7 According to the Tobacco Insti 25 states now collect cig aret taxes of 5 cents or more per package on top of the 8 cent federal In the legislature boldly approved a slight increase in the beer which had been untouchable for 25 Al though it balked at a withhold ing it also raised taxes on personal and corporate cigarets and other tax sources as part of a 45 million dollar tax Besides California with its 222 million dollars of new states with sixfigure tax in crease packages this year in cluded 275 million dollars New 273 million 135 million and 112 million In the crisisridden state of the legislature ap pears to be moving toward a sales tax increase from 3 to 4 or 5 per with an exemp tion for food if it goes to Action along this line would kill off Mennen Wil liams proposal for a new state income tax as part of his 140 million dollar tax In David Lawrences request for a 200 million dollar tax Increase has been snarled in the legisla ture since The legisla ture has raised the 3 per cent sales tax to 3 12 and may try to break the present deadlock by lifting it to 4 j cent and extending It to is now The Washington state legisla ture raised the sales tax from 3 12 to 4 per cent and increas ed other Although they controlled the legislature the Democrats failed to muster the necessary twothirds vote to get a referendum on a consti tutional amendment to authorize an income After the recent rash of state gasoline tax fewer states reached for the motorisl this Among those which did were New York with a gas tax increase from 4 to 6 cents a Ohio from 5 to 7 and New Hampshire and West Vir ginia from 6 to Proposed gas tax increases are still pend ing in Massachusetts and Pen Several governors presumed to have national political ambi tions as candidates or king makers had to wrestle with recordbreaking budgets and sizeable tax programs this Beside Brown and Williams on the Democratic they in cluded Republican Nel son Rockefeller of New York and William Stratton of Illinois and Democratic Michael Disalle of A Democratic exception was Robert Meyner 0 See Page 7 Red Boss Says Summit Time Here New Equipment For Treating Water Arrives New water chemical treating equipment which the city hopes will or at least lessen materially the disagreeable odor and taste of water each year when the turns over is Manager Morgan Works said Two of four new machines ordered on a bestbid offer in midJune arrived Wednesday and installation was begun im Now being install ed are a dry lime feeder ma chine and a carbon feeder ma chine at the Lake Halbert fil tration plant to alter the meth od of treating water to take out the brackish Yet to be received are an ammonia feeder machine and a chlorinator to be installed in a new small building to be erected at the South Twelfth street underground storage tank to maintain a constant chlorine residual in the treated water as it is sent out through the citys distribution The equipment is being de livered by Wallace and Tiernan Company of Popular Song Composer Dies BEVERLY July 30 UPI Composer Herman once a familiar figure in New Yorks Tin Pan died He was Rubin had been confined to his home here by illness for the past half dozen A member of ASCAP Amer ican Society of Au thors and Publishers for 37 his songs included Ce Ill Always Be In Love With My Sunny Tennes Pals Just and My Sunday He is survived by his on the left side of her attack ers She said she was iron ng clothing in her kitchen when he first attacked The attractive redhaired mother said the rapist forced his way Into her home Wednes held her prisoner In the bathroom and slashed her with a pocket knife before the return lorrie of her eldest son scared lim Im not finished with you the man warned her be See Navarro College Due Increase In State Aid Navarro Junior College la scheduled to receive an Increase n state aid for the ioint conference appropriations committee report of the Texas Legislature according to The Associated The conference appropriations commltee report indicates an in the State Navarro Junior College wll this report is finally adopted without The college received 875 this The Associated Press can be changed as the 10 members of the House and Senate begin meeting Their last agree ment showed to be distributed among the colleges A new provision also will re quire junior colleges to main tain program standards equiva lent to those in 4year state son ior Navarro is already meeting this Amounts of other junior col leges under these recommenda tions include Henderson county at Athens Blinn at Brcnham Kilgore Panola at Carthnge Rang San 296 Texarka and October Draft Up Men July 30 Army will draft 000 men in an increase of over the August and September the Defense Department announced With the October the services will have drafted 430 men since the Korean war Draft calls this year have fluctuated between and a July 30 UPI Accidents In 1958 killed disabled another line million and cost the na ion 12 billion the Na ional Safety Council said to day But this rate was the lowest n 50 the council and he accidental death rate was he lowest since This intelligence was publish id in Accident the councils annual chronicle of mishaps in the home and fac ory and on the Accident Facts also reveal id that were the number one killer with traffic atallties in 1958 more than 100 deaths a driver is nearly twice as safe on with deaths per 100 million passenger miles there as compared with on other roads and had more accidents ban women probably be cause they drive more but their accident rate is improv while the women are get million Americans were disabled In home accidents See Page 7 Mcftaniel Flans Annual Loading Of Jury Panel District clerks office will start typing the names of 000 lo persons Saturday to go in the jury wheel for the coming The names will supply the district and county court juries starting with the October term of Dlslrlct Clerk Walter Mc Danlel reported the lask will start 1 and tho deadline will be All of this time will be needed for the proce dure and special employes will have to be he said The names will come from the poll tax lists and from the tax According to the names will be typed on one by two Inch cards and placed in the jury wheel to furnish a sup ply of names for the entire He estimates that names for district and county court jury panels will be drawn during the coming Sec Page 7 ISSUE SHOOT ORDERS July Warships seeking an unidentified submarine off cen tral Chile have been ordered to destroy Ihe Uboal if It Is lo catcd and fails lo the Navy announced Wednesday It was not clear whcthei such a shool on conlacl pollcj would be applied lo any unl denllfled submarine localed In Chilean waters in the DONT FORGET 170 pensioned steelworkers came oul of retirement at to dramatize their demands for better The group marched to Steel strike bound plant in nearby Clairton and circled the picket area twice These two po loners waving at the cameraman are not identi iAP Wircphoto July 30 UPI remier Nikita Khrushchev said Wednesday night that The time las come for the big four to lold a summit it was The official Tass re porting a speech made by Khru shchev in quoted him as saying Ihat the foreign ministers in Geneva are coming up against big difflcul ies because they have to deal tvith complex unseltled Inter national He did not comment directly on the impending breakup of deadlocked Geneva These unsellled internation al questions are more amenable to and especially to by the heads of gov because the heads of government have vast experience of settling internalional prob Khrushchev They also have wider Khrushchev also revealed some details of his private talks six days ago wilh Vice President Richard who spent oday In miles rom the Ukrainian city where the premier He said Russia wants a Ber in setllement to avert the dan See Page 10 Soviets Blame West For End Geneva Talks GENEVA jyiy so Russiatoday laid theseeds 01 another major cold war wran gle by denying any part in the decision to break off the Gene va foreign ministers confer ence next Soviet Foreign Minister An drei Gromyko was clearly understood to have agreed to ending the Big Four meeting In his lalks Wednesday with Secretary of Christian A But only a few hours after leaving Herters the Soviet diplomat began backing off from the There was no agreement to end the Geneva de clared Sovlel delegation spokes man Mikhail Oui posillon is Ihat we should con tinue working here for positive delegation spokesman Andrew Berdings reply to this I repeat what I sale Page 7 Indict Houston Negro Killers July 30 UP The Harris County Grand Jury Wednesday Indicted two negro teenagers who had been chnrgec In tho Icebox death of William Bodenheimcr Joe Edward and Adrian were also Indicted on charges of sodomy against the 12yearold boy whose body was found In a refrigerator in a descried shack here lasl TOP PARLEY IDEA TWICE ENDORSED Heckling Gone As Vice President Continues Tour By ERNEST BARCELLA July 30 Presldenl Rich ard Nixon told a Russian miner in the depths of a dank copper mine in the Urals our leaders must have a chance to talk seriously in a climate where something can 3e done wilhout resort to Taken As Hint Nixons remarks were con strued as a broad hint a possible meeting between Fres dent Eisenhower and Premier Nikita Some peo ple around Nixon feel strongly Jiat a Khrushchev visit to the United States would be help Nixons copper mine appeal or a top leadership talk fol lowed by one hour a similar suggestion made in front of a Russian audience in a nearby Speaks At Mine Shortly before going 700 feet down into the Nixon had said in drinking a toast at a lunch given by foreign offi cials This certainly Is an occa sion to point out that what wa need for is to reduce suspicion and reduce the See Page Typist Error Causes Passing Criminal Case A typist error was responsible for the passage of a case In dis trict court The case styled State Hughle Jack possession of was passed on agreement by County Attorney Jimmy Morris and Pills altor Will of Morris received a telephone call from Austin Wednesday night advising him there had been a typist error In the chem ists report on drugs allegedly found In the possession of The report said morphine and it should have said The case could not be tried because the word morphine and not ethylmorphine was used in the Morris said the defense did not file a motion to have the Indictmenl declared faulty and that agreement had been made See Page 10 GOOD SUGGESTION July 30 elderly Dallas lady listened to a lengthy conversation about the antics of Louisiana Earl Long on his Western vaca She ended tho discussion with the observation Someone should give him a plastic bag to play Housing Veto Under Attack July 30 PI President Eisenhow ers controversial veto of hous ing legislation came under fire a senate hearing today from spokesmen for home contractors and housing associa the Influential Na tional Association of Real Estate Boards supported the Presidents veto action and urged congress lo adopt a watereddown Re publican substitute for the mea The senate housing subcom mittee will complete hearings on the legislation Friday and will decide next Tuesday wheth er to recommend trying to over ride Eisenhower or send him a compromise bill In the form he The President declar ed the vetoed bill would be in Criticizing the veto were John Scarles president of the national association of lousing and redevelopment offi cials Ira policy chairman for the National hous ing and John representing improvement Searles said the Presidents objection lo the urban renewal and public housing features of the vetoed measure was com pletely On the other Robert Holloway of Baton testifying for the real estate boards suggested that congress enact a bill con taining the noncontroversial provisions of tho original bill and then consider separately the features to which Eisenhow er Other congressional develop mcnts Civil rights The House Judiciary working on a civil rights vastly broadened the nntlbombing pro vision asked by President Elsen hower earlier this He had asked that It be made a federal crime to flee across state lines to escape prosecution for bomb ing any building or vehicle used for religious or educational pur The House committee to day extended this to cover the bombings of any building or vehicle This would make it applicable to all types of bombing including those occurring during labor Highways The White House declined any specific comment on the House Ways Means Committee proposal for meet Ing the highway construction fund shortage by a one billion dollar bond But press secretary James Hagerty told reporters the President is still gravely concerned over the fi nancial situation which Is plagu ing the Elsenhower had recommended an increase In the federal gasoline The House group rejected this and voted instead for the stop gap bond program along with diver sion of funds from revenues raised by the excise taxes on Military The House approv ed a compromise military construction It was almost 10 per cent less than Eisenhower advocated and it gives congress a closer check on spending for mis siles and The worked out by a HouseSenata conference still re quires senate Vietnam Government of ficials hotly challenged as un founded and almply not true charges made against the foreign aid program in Vietnam See Page 7   

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