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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - August 11, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL to partly cloudy and warm through Thermometer Readings 81 9 I 10 11 12 1 3 Mir aaandSmUWMJily Morrin LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESSAP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er slight corporates CHICAGO light light high er short to 5 centa higher top Cattle Slaughter steers steady to weak top 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Coalition Backs Tough Labor Bill 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 PONTOONS WOULD driver Nera eyes his partly submerged cab stranded In flood waters on Rock Creek Drive in Wash A storm that dumped over three Inches of rain on the city in the two hours sent the creek out of its banks to a depth of five AP Wirephoto Solons Frustrate Long BATON 11 Earl Long today planned to carry my fight to the people after a rebellious legislature killed his special session Monday before It was an hour trying to rally forces after a stunning and swift de had his sights set on a downtown New Orleans ral y tonight home grounds of his political Mayor deLesseps one of his opponents in the December Democratic gubernatorial primary The governor had little or nothing to say to newsmen Mon day after he shuffled from the legislature ashen behind him the echoes of lawmakers applauding their adjournment But his cronies brushed aside the sudden end as an act of de They contended that now cast in an underdog would make political hay out of the will mean for the said Lether who presides over the was unsuccessful in holding back an adjournmcn after news got to the Senate of the Houses vote to Ben Holt of Rapide New Law Making Cities Hunt Cash 11 exas cities apparently will have o have a tax increase to meet erms of a law effective today utting the work weeks of fire men and Most of the larger cities will ie forced to put on a tax in rease of 10 to 12 said Steve executive di ector of the Texas Municipal The shortest work weeks will apply to city budgets which be ome effective after Most ilties operate on an October o October a disenchanted Long f led the move to enc the 2way which would have cost an estimated Holt said the session was called for vindictive and per sonal We cannot permit the loyalty and friendship we feel for any man to prevail over the rights of the people of hi Page 8 Cotton Stocks Will Be Ample 11 Sam will have ampl supplies of cotton to meet ris ing demands for the markeling year An official report Monday pu this years crop at an increase of 29 per cen over last year and 5 per cen above Supplementing production wi be a reserve and surplus suppl of about bales accumu lated from pasl Most o this is held by the governmen under a farm price support pro Exports during the 1958cro markeling year ending Aug have been eslirnated at bales compared with previous Little Rock Showdown Near LEGAL HELP IS PLEDGED TO REBELS Newsmen Warned To Keep Distance Around Schools LITTLE 11 UT Legal help was pledged today for white students who may be expelled for resisting tegration In public high The Wesley a Baptist minister and outspoken foe of segregationistbacked said the Freedom Senate To Attack Housing Veto Elevator Contract Awarded EMPLOYMENT HITS HIGH BEFORE STEEL WALKOUT Texans Among Vavy Transport Storm Victims 11 seas generated oy typhoon Ellen caused the death of four sailors on the Na vys atlack Iransporl the Navy announced The Navy said the 455foot ong Bexar was en route lo Oki nawa Sunday when a huge wave iroke over her washing wo men overboard and knock ing seven others against the an chor windlass and a bulwark Two of the latter died of their Another crewman rescued one of the two men then drowned The olhei man overboard was nol found A probe inlo Ihe tragedy was opened at sea aboard the Car rier Lexington by a board head ed by Rear Gent commander of Carrier Di vision Ensign Robert ol San was identi fled by Ihe Navy as Ihe heroii Some 74 olher laws became ef ective 90 days after the lose of the regular session of he Bills which do not receive a wothirds vote of both houses r pass on voice vote become aw 90 days after the end of the ession in which they New hours for firemen In ities of population are 72 hours pop 63 hours and over 00 60 Mathews said only Houston n the top population bracket vorks firemen 60 hours He said 13 cities in population class will have lower work For the first time the state may use the publics money to advertise Texas attractions in order to lure more lourisls and In the carpetbagger days after Civil a provision was written into the constitution for bidding the spending of state money for Vot officer who voluntarily dove inlo heavy seas and saved Ma fine Hileo Ya Ensign Slannu losl his own The olher men killed were Marine George Dimes Otter Maine Navy Fire man Apprentice James Tay San and ma chinists Mate Frieman Syhor R of Ulah In Ihe Navy hospila See Page 8 Fund would supply money for court challenges to Open Wednesday Little Rocks four public high schools are scheduled to open Wednesday with token ntegrallon at Central and Hall high The committee for Peaceful Operation of Our Free Public Schools promised its support for the peaceful integration of the It announced its 18 man legal head ed by Sam was prepared to seek if necess against Newsmen Restricted Police Chief Gene Smith ad vised newsmen today they were not to go on school property in the covering of Wednesdays opening of the high He also pledged them to interview See LITTLE Page 2 Many Millions Owed Indians In California 11 5 Indian Claims CommiS sion has ruled California In dians are entitled to compen sation for 70 lo 75 million acres of land in the This is 11 Employment hit another record high in The number of jobs rose about one quarter million while unemployment de clined by nearly the same The Labor Department report ed July employment reached a record up from June and an Increase of 000 over July last ers changed this last year by abolishing the The appropriations bill carries a a year outlay for the program which may also include prviate The Texas See NEW Page 9 Negro Unable To See Report 11 UP A negro member of the Houston School Board lost last night in an effect to inspect a desegrega tion report the board is to make to Federal Judge Ben Charles first ne gro ever on the sought permission to inspect the report lo be made by nexl Monday by Joe board and John Henry board told White the matter was in the hands of Reynolds and Peter sen said the board fel the re port should not be made public until it is filed with the The board voted July with While lo turn the matter over to the two school officials Without specific about threefourths of the The exact amount of land tak en from the Indians by the gov ernment in 1851 and the value of the land at that time will be determined in a later pro ceeding before the In an order dated July the commission ruled that about individual Indians enroll ed as Indians of California have proved their claim to original ownership of all of the land area of California except areas claimed In other proceedings by specific Indian Excluded also from liability for compensation are lands granted to private ownership by the Spanish and Mexican governments prior to the ac quisition of California by the Utah Oificers Seek Child Attackers 11 UP in the Atchison area for an insane rapist was called off Aulhorilies said the man ap parently had fled from this northeast Kansas radio cars and 150 officers and volunteers took part in the which be gan Monday after a man tried to attack an 8yearold Atchi son parents kept an uneasy watcl over their Objecl of Ihe search is Har Ian Lynn who escapee from the state mental hospita at June Hi record lists numerous allack on young He is charged wllh snatchinj a 6yearold girl from her bed room In 11 night She was found raped am Police said liltle Becky Koesl er idenlified Noble from i pholograph as Ihe man wh tried to drag her into an alle here Monday Becky was playing with tw children when the man clappei a hand over her mouth am started to drag her behind i Becky managed n scream See Page 3 Matches Result In Two Deaths Unemployment declined by to in This less than July Employment had also reach d a record in The num er of workers with jobs has een steadily increasing all Seymour deputy as istant secretary of labor for told a news confer nce that the July figures re lected a continued basic im rovement in the overall cm loyment The July increases were re orded despite a rather sharp rop in farm employment be ause of poor weather in many arm particularly in the SAN Aug little boys played with United States in the treaty of matches in a basement room Guadalupe Hidalgo of and They burned the house acres established by the down and screaming in the United States government for Indian The commission said the orl See Page 9 GAS RATE HIKED HOUSTON UP A rate in crease by United Gas goes into effect The rate means an estimated 85 cents more each month for the aver age residential officials See Page 5 Theft Suspects aptured After Extended Chase Four employes of a food store joined city and county law au Ihorilies to apprehend two suspected Tuesday rhornlng in a crosscity foot race that extended for as far as nine A and his were carried before Justice Wal ter Hayes where they entered a plea of not guilty to charges of theft and were released on 300 The incident occurred at Lone Star Foods at 322 West Seventh avenue about One of the employes of the Gary related the slory thusly Keith notic ed Ihe woman lake four cartons of hide them in her dress and leave the store with out As the man and woman left the four employes gave Slight and Kirksey caught Ihe woman after a blocks chase and returned her to the store arJ called She was tak en Into custody by Officer Bates of the city police Kirksey said the cigarettes fell from the womans dress In See Page 5 Texas Is Still Deep In Red 11 The stales general revenue fund Is in the hole but will be balled put quickly when Ihe School Guidance Program Praised Praising the Corsicana public Echool system for its alertness in Ihe guidance and counseling a group from the Uni versity of Texas completed a study in the citys secondary schools Monday and returned to the Universitys Guidance In stitute in For three Mondays the group has been studying records interviewing students and par The visitors took a sample of the top students in each of the four secondary schools Cor sicana Drane and Collins junior high and Jackson High and ascertained their plans for pursuing Due to time only a small percentage of the super ior studenls were According to Warren Bon member of the Guidance Instilule at the main pur pose of the program is to stimu Jate interest among the com ilmunity students and parents in intelleclual The ini tial part of the project embrac ed finding the top students Bonney and his fellow coun selors praised the school system for being guidance conscious and guidance 3onney said they found among he Corsicana administrators and school personnel a tremend ous desire to cooperate in the Drogram and to lend assistance o the Another of the Miss Ida Mae Voss of jun high counselor who is en rolled in the Institute this sum said she found records of Corsicana students to be in ex cellent making their work here much Jim Dawson native who is now a counselor for a junior high school in Galena Park and also an enrollee in the Institule this re inforced this with this comment Corsicana made all of its records available to us a lot of schools dont like to do Bonney said he had not attempted to make a compari son between Corsicana and other school systems but said lhal judging from the impressions he gathered in his the system is at least average in the number of exceptionally talcnled One purpose of Ihe interviews he was lo not only get the students interested in college but to start them exploring paths which will lead to chosen They made no effort to sug est professions or he but attempted to stimulale the students into making ex Joe high school coun assisted the visitors in their He received praise from the enlire The school system was commended for having a if only a in each of the jun ior Bonney and his associates stressed that it Is the duty of not only teachers and parents but of the community to stimu late intellectual activity among the Much credit was given Corsi cana for its scholarships and other but it was left evi dent that the surface has only been Davis pointed out that a les son could be learned from ath letic booster Youngsters are boosted toward athletic achievements why shouldnt they be for academic achieve he Davis said there are dozens of ways a community can en courage its youth in the pursuit of It was pointed out that the purpose of the Institutes studies in Corsicana was not only to search out and assist the bright but to help make it possible for the coun selor and teachers to help all studenls in getting the best possible effort from One of the worst things that can explained Bon is for the student not to be tapped of his full Results of the Corsicana study will help the Corsicana cause for time to Findings and testing results will remain at the school and will be beneficial to the Davis said this community has taken the right step In a good academic program by se lecting a good school board and capable school He said Dana Williams was one of the most ardent ad vocates of a good guidance pro The study was made possible by the National Defense Educa tion Act passed by Congress last The study in Corsi See Page 3 Dead were Robert and Rocky aged 3 and youngest of the eight children of and Woodrow new lax law becomes cffeclive A Barbara Stevens striking matches then stamping Stale Treasurer Jesse James Ihrough May 4 have been On July 24 Ihe dcficil was which had only one The Navarro counly court house was assured of ils first elevator Monday afternoon when the commissioners court accepted the bids of Otis Eleva tor company and Barsh of Otis will furnish the elevator for and Barsh will serve as general construct ng the shaft and handling the for County Judge Kenneth Doug as said the elevator will be nstalled and ready for opera lion at least by but that he anticipated an earlier completion The commissioners accepted bids by unanmlous vote in a brief session in the office of Judge Douglas im mediately telephoned Don Sal Waco engineer engaged by the counly lo assist in the preliminary and In structed Salmpnd to notify tho parties whose bids were chosen Douglas said it Is stipulated lhat the general contractor was to complete work wilhln 45 days after all the elevator equipment was on The elevator will be locatec In the center of the courthouse See Page 5 trial Is Found Dead 11 Seven weeks Joseph a former Yale foot ball was cleared in a sen sational Tokyo trial of slayin Ills Today Crowley himself la felled on his 50lh birlh the cause not preclsel Authorities indlcat he may have died from bai Crowleys body was found b his son Joseph Monday on ed in his home in New Haven He wor trousers and a Author ties said he probably died Sun day night while his family wa at its summer Coroner James Corrigan sal an autopsy revealed condition consistent with barbituric ai or barbiturate But the corner said the autop sy was A lox cological report expected toda should clear up the cause o he Police suspecte no foul Police said loday that a hal empty botllo of barblturali and a halfcmply whisky boll were found near Ihe LETTER TELLS ALL Aug we away to summer H and diet didnt hear from tl boy for several Then can Ihis lellcr Dear mom an I arrived safe and at dad 11 OP The Senate Banking Commit e in a surprise move voted 7 ioday lo recommend that e Senate override President Isenhowers veto of the housing The full committee had been spected lo accept a recommen alion made a week ago by its ousing subcommlllee that the fort to override be The subcommittee had wrlt n a pareddown 11 in an effort to meet the residents objections to the orlg al housing two Democratic enators who led the move for compromise bill in the sub ommlttee reversed themselves oday and voted for the at mpt to They shifted i view of the lack of any word rom the administration that would accept even the trtm eddown Word of the banking commit ee action and of the reason as See Page 2 lorsicana Tops Cilleen 10 In Second Contest Corsicana Black Sox baseball earn advanced another step to vard the finals with a 10 shut mt victory over the Killeen nine Tuesday Jackie Taylor enlj four hits in the six nning He was in troubl only in the bottom of the fina rame when the losers groupe wo but had the firs batter put out trying to ge Taylor slruck oul 12 batten n the Two pitchers fo Killeen could only fan six Cor sienna Black Sox will play Odessi al 7 The winner of Ihi ame meets the winner of to nighls TexarkanaFort Wortl ame Wednesday for the chani The score by Innings R H Corsicana 100 Killeen Dictators Due Hsrter Blast 1 of State Chri tian flying here to day for the interAmerican con fercnce of foreign wa reported considering making strong declaration of o position to Herter was due late Ihis afle noon in Ihe Chilean capital afte a nights stopover in Puert Leaving Washington said the conference should tak a candid look at troubles plagi ing the Caribbean area an adopl measures lo deal wi Puerto Ricos Lu Munoz who talked wl Hertcr in Washington Sunda said the secrelary likely wou make clear that the Unite States docs not coddle dictator HOUSE DUE DAYS OF HOT DEE1TE Rayburn Backs Measure Offered By Committee RepublicanSouthern Demo rat coalition formally launch d a drive in the House today or enactment of an admlnis ationbacked labor bill brand d as tough by union Opening four days of debate efore a packed house and gal rles crowded with representa ves of unions and Howard Smith stacked a rival measure back d by Democratic Smith Wants Cleanup chairman of the Rules is supporting a leasure endorsed by President Eisenhower and most House It he ut an end to racketeering and ther evils disclosed by the rtcClellan Raoksta Committee n the And thats what the Amer can people want us to Smith The Virginian said the Dem jcraticsupported measure roved by Ihe House Labor Com mitleo would nol curb The committee bill is worse han no bill it weakens exist ng Argue Gangsterism Leo Allen senior Republican member of the rules told question It mtist answer when See LABOR Page 2 Reuther Denied Public Hearing In UAW Quiz 11 he Senate Rackets Committee oday rejected a demand by Walter president of he United Auto Workers hat it open to the public its closed door investigation of tho v Chairman John McClellan announced the deci sion as the committee recessed or lunch after quizzing its first witness in tho secrecy of tho policeguarded hearing John Kennedy D and Homer Capohart said Kennedy made the unsuccessful motion to open tho McClellan declined to go farther than to say the com mittee Is proccding under a vote of this He thai the proposal to hold open hearings could bo re newed The commlllee mel for nearly two hours before calling tho first John of head of tho George Elllotl a firm which specializes in efficiency studies for The committees Republican members had announced In ad vanc they wanted to qucsllon Dale aboul his firms assocla See Pago 8 Castro Battles Conspirators CAB SEPARATED IN body ot a converllble aulo mobile Is wrapped around a Iree in Ihe background while Ihe separaled fronl half lies in Ihe foreground afler Ihe driver lost control on a slippery road near and crashed Into a The who was wearing a safety at the escaped with only a minor cut over the AP Wirephoto 11 W Fidel Caslros baltlc against the firsl major conspiracy Ihreatcnlng his revolutionary regime swept Into tho Cuban countryside New arrests and armed clashes were re ported in several Officials claimed Ihe plot was Unofficial reports said as many as persons had arrested up to late Mon A military communications blackout In Las Villas Province Cubas agricultural heartland developments But it was understood Castro forces fought skirmishes with groups opposing Havana was quiet after night of About a dozen cases of streel shooling were but no casual A police spokesman said conspirators fired on official automobiles and public build ings In an unsuccessful attempt to create Reports also filtered through the military screen from Santa Clara and Numer ous arresls were reported in bolh of those central Mass arrests appeared to have subsided In and police began sorting out those seized n the Informed sources said many will be freed as soon as officials complete heir The embassy said II had no word of any American eng delained now in the roundup of supposed conspira there wore con flicting reports on the stalus of William Morgan of an American who served with Castros One newspaper claimed he was mixed up in Ihe But formal slalemenl by the vet erans of the second front ol a group that fought with Castro In his guerrilla war against the Batlsla credited Morgan and two Cuban majors with playing important roles in smashing the con Other rebel sources said Mor gan served as an undercover Caslro pretending to join Ihe conspiralors in order to expose The newspaper Revolucion organ of Castros 26th of July blamed the consplr acy on three ber of the former Batista some large landowners iffectcd by Ihe land redlslrlbu Ion law and mercenaries hired by Generalissimo Rafael dlclalor of Ihe Domin can The Cuban people must re main calm because neither the Castro revolution nor the country are in the paper said in a frontpage It urged Cubans to await Castros statement to the na The Cuban leader gave no advance hint of when he might go on radio and his fav orite method of reaching tha Cuban Communications biackouls In Las Villas Province have ob scured development Ihcre since the Remnants of an armed band that clashed with Castros army Sunday reportedly took to th hills in the southern part of where a number ol conspirators have been report ed Observers also considered 11 significant that Castro sud denly changed his mind about See Page 2   

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