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Waco Tribune-Herald (Newspaper) - June 28, 1959, Waco, Texas On The Inside Pages TO H u A K-C Sport I me WACO Voice of the Central Texas WACO 15 CITY YBAK WACO TEXAS SUNDAY 28 PACKS Jnl Amid NUMBER 14 Waco Sales Climb I During Mays Raw Figures Used In Research Report Total sales In Waco Ing May were 17 above a year ago and Waco is he stale leaders in retail hy nuy comparison the University of Texas bureau nl business re- reports today The UT figures are bused onj raw figures sales volume re- ported by selected retailers The percentages arc subject to ad- justment tor seasonal and tion factors before being used in Baylor index of Waco ness activity to be published week j Waco's retail sales Jump over April was a whopping 23 cenl f Waco's Rains for the live Irom January May compared lo the same recession period is Iri per percentage increases In total retail sales can be in many cities lo substantial increases in sales by durable goods stores UT research ate Tina said In a story lor Texas Review In the sales bv automotive jumped At per cenl in Waco I Furniture and household at arc up per cenl May sales of and apparel stores in are un 14 per cenl April and up 26 cent in Temple Waco sales arc up 7 per cent in Ibis category lo the Namo period last Temple is up S per Total retail sales in Texas for May were at 000 This is 7 cent above April and 3 per cent ahead of May last year The sales ol million are 7 per cent above lire earlier figure May durable Roods tered April by 9 per are far ahead ol May a year ago with a 19 per cent Jump nnd were 18 per cenl of last year Mother's Day helped boost non- durable goods sales by 6 per cent April However R 2 per decline in sales Irom May 1958 forced down Ihc SALES Pase 6 Koslov To Be Told Wesl Won't House Fights to Draw Rejects All Tax Bills THE NEW Goode 1 Waco Stale Home ster was presented wilh the champ's trophy after loking the Waco Soop Box Derby crown from 77 other en- tries Saturday right Donovan Jones of Dallas zone service and cal manager for Chevrolet Di- vision presented Kenny the trophy Chevrolet is sponsor of the can Derby ot which Kenny will resent Waco Aug 16 Kapus State Home Boy Wins Waco Derby Kenny a youngster Irom he Stale took he Waco Soap Box Derby in a al Duncan A crowd ol aboul saw Kenny his General Tire Rubber Co ami Rubber Workers 312 contract talks conditions Company and union tives met two and a half hours Bolh sides said after- wards had not been much WASHINGTON the finish line of the of men he calls his in positions Bolh Ion officialdom from to beat runner-up They arc members of cautious optimism over Eisenhower down will fry lo im- liress on Soviet First Deputy ship Kenny and his racer will be to Akron Obio where Aug 16 he will represent Waco in the All-American Soap Dox Derby he will drive the racer he buill against other local champions for a share in in college scholarships and a large of other valuable Mediator Extension Of Steel NKW YORK of America bowed Saturday lo n bid from President Eisenhower and delayed a steel strike threat lor two weeks David J McDonald tlw union's president agreed to ing contracts from their scheduled termination next Tuesday night to July M Eisenhower intervened ol time when talks were floundering worse than ever and an strike of the half million workers in basic steel industry seemed inevitable The President proposed that belli Ihc and union continue bargaining interruption in production until all the terms and conditions of a new are agreed Waiver Illis amounted to an indefinite of a union strike ald accepted lo the extent of two weeks a period which he lite President will provide ample lime lo conclude new collective bargaining agreement in good negotiations The union on the other hand by lils acceptance waived an em Her for assurance lhat contract Rains lhat nrp be applied back Ikic original June 30 expiration j McDonald said he was ready to resume stalled talks Sunday wilh an industry negotiating headed uy It Conrad executive vice president U.S Corp Presidential intervention seemed ilo lake both sides off the hook The industry so tar to grant any wage or other sions on would inflation now could make an SUPERSONIC COMMANDER Gen Chesler E McCorty of the Air Force has received a new and will leave Waco aboul Sept 15 This is one of I he pictures ol McCARTY LEAVING General McCarly shortly offer the first time he piloted a 12th AF jel aster than the speed of sound His successor in Waco will be Moj Gen Jacob E Smart AF photo Speaker's Panel Will Try Again Bv SAM AND AUSTIN The ought all day long Saturday on rival theories of tax vs natural resources and ended in a with both bills rejected Wearily the Mouse recessed un- til 11 a m Monday while a compromise committee assembled to try tor one more effort at reaching some kind of agreement on a basis a majority could Only a member ol the torn legislature could really understand what happened First alter heated floor fights on general and special sales taxes pilled against natural gas and corporation levies House re- fused by 63 to 70 10 accept a Revenue and Taxation lee substitute for ILB 18 by Rep Frates Then without so much as ing to amend it JO by Rep George which has the backing of the Governor was given the thumbs down treatment jS aye lo no Like a school teacher lecturing AF New Leader Federal Mediator Waller lias taken a hand in jSco STEEL Page 6 all-wood racer Kenny was x micr Frol R his week that Ihc United Slates really lo stand firm in West lin U.S said Uie aim is to get word back lo the Kremlin lhat the United States meant what it said at deadlocked Geneva foreign ministers conference Thai position is lhat the West can go no further in concessions on he German city and bat it's up to Moscow lo shift course if here is lo be a peaceful solution lo German crisis Kozlov into New York day aboard the newest Soviet jel airliner my of A and E for agreement Avenue Section West Bay Kenny is M years old nml is Connally Air Force Hie fare a midnight ol years oj A group nl racing He built his car year to win the first heat has won in the three years of re Page 1.1 QUANTICO Va UPI Secretary II McElroy lhat States and arc deadline Union trouble gelling of contract termination al t h c i r ballistic U S Reds Both Having IM Maj Gen Chester E McCarty i of IM Mecca Rond commanding I officer ol the Air Force has I been assigned lo command Air Force ol Continental Air Command at Robins Air Force ST Georgia General and Mrs McCarly will leave Waco aboul 15 Maj On Jacob E Smart vice chief of ol U S Air Force wilh in Washington been assigned lo lo succeed General McCarly lime if has on a basis left or a new in Ihc Pentagon part of Hie Tactical Ail Command in which General McCarty has served for years His new assignment is with thr Continental Air Command McCarly his been Waco since of 1957 when Ihc then Ihc Air Force moved Into the ters on Street Air Force Headquarters was moved to al Air force Snn Antonio his present as Mill Air General Smarl was ot slaff or racing and this year he won Ihei all First Tn first Kenny outran Billy Davis of 2312 Flint Avenue and Frank May also of Slate Home In second round of heats Ihc ster with n grin almost as big as his heal Charles Van Ripper a Slale Home buddy and Cecil Clark one lot Ihc 12 Temple boys who this year's Derby Then in he third run-off Goode beat mil Fd and Herman both Slate Home en- trants lo qualify for final al for A race In the final lie brat lins ol 2329 Gorman lo a shot at the winner ol the race Jim Kenny drove his racer in almost Ihp same speed checks throughout his entire list of heats lime posting 27.5 or 27.6 for run Akron Trip mi Runner-Up Says He'll Try Again By BOB Waco HeniH Stair Jimmy in Ilic Soap Box says reached on He revealed that there would ol Far East Air Forces cl which is necessary to the master con make tract signed al Cleveland on May 5 Ray district S di- rector has also entered Ihc nc al request of union bar a of at least in Korean War al slate Soviet Union The of General also was having serious second major with ils missiles He sakl two may still be neck neck in rnce lo get the deadly headed President by WEATHER tomorrow m m p rn p m p p m p in p a m m p m I :iv p m p rn P m As 3 result of Iho Commissioner White of Federal Me dial km and Conciliation Service at Dallas helped break a similar he'll Iry again next deadlock at Waco I wo years ago I has been in touch hy Jimmy is thn son of Mr with and General Mrs Q W of 2101 industrial relations and Ibis was bis rt f 6 first year lo build a soap box Ilr ivas sponsored Iiy ami Sons Kind's of las Waco MIAMI Fla API A brother ting U.S in an In Month firing weapons for In Air Force ship recently Mnj Gen K deputy in the all supersonic McCarty will command once Ihc lamed Flying Tiger fil in China during World War II 11 now all Air Force serve in 52 eastern and southern slates in training Guard wings hy Henry limmy Hip derby Class B which iwis Ihc King ol Saudi Arabia killed of 11 and boys He von heat after heat lo become Class B champion running track in 37.2 himself Saturday by pouring oline on his head lighting it in his locked bedroom The victim was identified from McElroy discussed missile program wilh newsmen during Ihc annual conference of high de- fense officials at this Marine base In first break in secrecy hich had surrounded flay he also the joint chipls ol stall ha granted powers loi Ilir Air Defense Com- mand lo step up defenses against i missile about the in mounting operational for July meant thai the missiles would bn on the firing line flt their bases Winds Finish which had surrounded T ol Over J MAJ GEN 3 E SMART Coming To Waco General McCarly hns had more combal airlift ami carrier experience than any USAF com- He commanded Air Transport Command operations in Middle in II ami I See AP Page i 15 New Cases AUSTIN UPI Fifteen new polio cases reported in Texas during week ended Jurre 20 raised the year's total to IK Slale to a class Speaker Waggoner admonished the deadlocked Now members if you will take vour seals I think we need a discussion IB Sneaker Carr explained to the House lhat the mise which he pointed lasl week would be called Into immediately in his apartment ITw compromise failed last week because the ers of action could nol reach a common ground on give-and-take basts agreed lo fight It out on lie floor You have fought it out and come lo Speaker Carr staled The going lo make one more attempt lo reach a You can make it work this time or you nan take the consequences Carr immediately called Into session the 16 man compromise headed by Rep Ion Murray of Many members of the House and conservatives alike session with the i freely the possibility at a compromise a that will allow sales and corporation Income taxes into tax picture In the hectic Saturday session House voted down 76 to Tl key measure In Rep Frates HB 18 a luxury uss lax which would a 2 per cent sales levy on that portion of unit sales above Pearcy hy Rep C W Pearcy Jr ol House killed Un- said Saturday At Ibis million measure it time lasl year only 96 cases had been ISre TAX Page 6 until sometime in September The Atlas missiles weather settled down Saturday while rivers in drained awny the excessive fall of week Only Midland reported rain Ing he morning and lhat just a trace Dry air high In final he.il as Prince Pace fi A Kenny Sand 21 onp of lost hy a few feet coming warmer today and j Highest 91 de- al p m lowest 76 degrees at a highest since Jan 1 decrees on June lowest since Jan 1 II de Slash in Taxes Page I I King Ibn SI brothers T I I Police detectives A I III lOr A r I Bush said suicide was was found I Resigns Strenuous Training rm HA UPI P Schmidt rank and file FARMVILLE Vs County scene of one ot on Jan normal country's first school mnm his dale bailies Saturday faced the was creeping over the ending the wcl spell Stockmen and campers Colorado arvl rivers wore possible rains such as 3.33 finches trial -n of the streams The Rin Grande was on Ils real rise of tumbling ils waters harmlessly into vasl Falcon 80 miles a redo For 24 hours al p m total this inches normal this prospect of no public schools fall County supervisors cut real month normal and Personal property laxes per cenl thai year to date inches since Jan 1 inches cumulated deficiency inches The river stage Saturday all supervisors TO i formalized June 2 7.30 a m feel W have gone lo the a u Good Morning won a delay of nl wo in a nationwide strike as and liis for of negotiations Secretary of Defense McKlroy Ilin H and wrrr on a A Soviet iow in S In a network in A LOUISIANA alk of impeachment proceedings against Gov Karl as tne and a psychiatrist went lo thn chief executive's country homp for a rest rackets plans to seek lo tip hoss n anus Kr Warff than Waco Guardsmen will leave Waco Waco rily day for anil j The weatherman says isj refractory a ave auro I and his and modem in a letter of resignation y most summer L unici Judge F Dickinson last m history March Maj vaf lhf get out of the public Three companies from the of Dallas from member business rather han submit and he Division re- board of monitors since Judge Co il up in January 193.1 Edward is the first counly lo pany and Company A are far rf Of Teamsters do so Earlier fo arrive at Vorth Ford Friday U.S Hood raining sife al Sunday Court turned down a by the county morning from group from the ranks had the The highest corded Saturday was 91 al p m ami the Irvr was degrees at a m Thr for Sunday is 52 or S an order calling for Temple and in September lion will join the convoy Put We are this in spite of In establish some means of the sweeping reorganization he unkm which wasl pi i one of he finm thr on charges also was ROT K killed a hill Gov Daniel's fax as well as an alternate proposal hased heavily on luxury sales tax SpeaVer Carr called hia compromise committee haek for more work of the Division move into Kort Hood today for two weeks of Waco Stale Home youngster won the annual Soap Maj Oen Chester K McCarty officer of the 12th Air Force will leave Waco Sept 15 and will he hy Maj On lacoh E Smart Waco retail sales jumped 17 per rent last over federal mediator has entered talks Tire and Co and Local Planned The is working on plaas lo pnl 3 bic ciimmunicalions ilr in miles up n plan to send servicemen o it now ami lo keep ils n i Director Roy W Johnson of Ihr Department's Advanced Research Trowels Agency lold House Space Committee aboul it He objective ii to irl Ihr into the pre- scribed circling the earth once in 51 hours and therefore point by or early 1063 mechanics is much Johnson said but we in the study stage ia kind of program lhat would allow a serviceman to go up there and lake care of it 5 Children Neighbor Uie in Mission Fire RUPERT B.C raced a home at an Indian mission Saturday killing five children and a neighbor who to rescue them The dead were identified as iWilliam Brenda Lorraine and Morse aged 14 10 7 and jl Angeline Arason I and Ralph Young 38 a KIRST BANK DOVT Then There One I mat i B 11
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