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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - July 11, 1959, Corsicana, Texas r THE WEATHER LOCAL cloudy and warm through Sunday with widely scat tered mainly Thermometer Readings 81 9 1 10 11 12 1 11 2 86 90 94 97 98 99 J100 Complete Weather Report on Market Homeofthe DailySunandSemiWetkly Morning Lfcht MARKETS AT A GLANCE Most Securities and Commodities Are Closed on LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELE MATS 30 JULY PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS UNION SAYS NO OFFER IS PENDING Cooper Claims No Agreement Is Possible NEW July 11 fUPI Steel industry negotiators cal stresses on the is eight feet high and 12 feet Itlsaid today there is no possibili be tested by the Air Force School of Aviation ty of reaching an agreement Brooks Air Force AP Wirephoto with the steel workers union before the strike deadline of Herter Breaks Geneva Return Trip Ottawa SPACE HOME FOR 30 Is an artists drawing of a space capsule designed to house two men during a simulated 30 day flight into Start of construction of the met al cylinder was announced by Minneapolis Honeywell Regulator The designed to test psychological and physiologi ml midnight companies prepared down the Conrad and to the shut West Bakes As Cindy Soaking Eastern Coast executive By United Press International expires at midnight July To Meet Sunday vice president of Steel andi wind and water lashed the chief industry said Bftat d heat fed the union has rejected another extension of the which f forest fire m the West today as the weather dealt a double blow to the nations The Steel an nounced it would start its blast furnaces at and July 11 he night Sunday and reduce the Maryland with squalls and ac UPI Arson investigators is merely So far heat in the coke ovens Moncompanymg But it winds lost force as it hit New I A f 14 fJ 4H hr I man who said her husband may i er way that it was deliberateecl out Of the furnaces have set the disastrous Laurel ly set or unless the negotiations New England reported heavy Canyon which destroyed The who called a turn for the BENSON BY RECORD CORN PROSPECTS July 11 UPI Secretary of State Christian Herter headed back for Geneva today with a new Western proposal on Berlin and faint hope of persuading the Federal District JudgejRussians to accept T Herter left Wash ngton this Ben Dawkins is slated toLornlng on the governments rule Sunday on a suit labeled yip version of the new Boeing as the first aggressive jet Instead of flying directly to July 11 UPI taken against the Civil July 11 They responded by planting UPI Agriculture 15 per cent more the Canadian Prime Minister suit here It external affairs Herter wanted to sound off Can ment officials appeared undlsthan they did last turbed today by the prospect Secretar to the nations overall farm suVllowesr oats crop in 20 yearsJJuly 13 into alleged voters plus and smaller crops of barley and crimination against pectations for success at the The department estimated late ministers Friday that the 1959 corn crop Farmers simply turned more half of 17 North Louisiana reg due resume in would total bushels land to corn and its better aupenaed Monday after a threeweek well above last years record SEHATORS OK MEASURE FRIDAY NIGHT Most Of New Revenue Comes From Sales Levies July 11 The House today rejected the Sen ate approved compromise tax bill by an 8164 The vote carried the request that another joint conference committee be named in a sec j ond attempt to work out a tax bill acceptable to both houses by adjournment time next Speaker Waggoner CHTT named the House conferees as Mauro Paso Byron Tyler Joe Sulphur Springs George and Jerry mision received 68 complaints rains but winds slacked off 28 because of a domestic with her refused to Despite the gloom surround and gale warnings were cancel Boston got inches of 24 hours and identify Fire investigaing the two four Fire authorities howtors said they were trying to nian bargaining teams agreed QK that it is only one of track down both her and her to meefc affain Sunday morning Maf before many stories and reports we who officers would not in a iastditch effort to of the storm Passedt are checking to inquire into the the The U0 year average is Under the new corn program growers were permitted to plant as much corn as they At the same Chief Pete Thompson officially denied Thompson also declared that Blame Exchanged David president the Fire Department had issued the fact that a second fire broke of the rjnHed Steelworkers Un any statements that the brush out about two miles from the I Y said he was willing to ne Five New Englanders died in traffic accidents on rainslick ed The temperature shot to 103 hottest July day in 52 I t 1 J J which started Friday was first Friday is absolutely no gotiate riffht up to the Strike set by an arsonist Ibut the weatherman forecast Of course we are making an Hoffa To Face More estiom About Actions July Hoffa is due before the Senate rackets probers Mon mdication of We had 35 fires break out in the metropolitan area alone he If youre connect the two canyon biazetf mlgnt as well connect ail the Thompson added that he con sidered it a disservice to the public to jump to the conclusion that some arsonist or madman is terrorizing the We dont know whether it was arson or not he con We always get a lot of Someone See Page 4 Ike To Oppose Any Boost In Minimum Pay July 11 GOP Leader Everett Dlrksen said today President Eisenhower would a 105degree baking The mercury shot past 110 degrees in Californias San Fer nando with Reseda re porting a reading of Thunderstorms boomed over Northwest Texas Saturday in the wake of high winds and Winds that accompanied a thunderstorm blew down two 120foot sections of a shopping center wall under construction at Perryton Friday One cret strikebreaking Probe chairman John Mc Clellan reviewed Fri day testimony that Hoffa made deals with favored employers and bargained away take home pay of rank and file said was ratting and cheating on these hardworking As to Hoffas oftenvoiced charge that the rackets committee is anti McClellan said The real union busters are the cheats and the frauds weve The strikebreaking chat came from Wally presi dent of a Department Store Workers Union local in Hoffas home Butler testified that Hoffas teamsters have been used on at least one secret strikebreaking mission in Detroit to defeat a a damaging the struc out and so See Page 5 Kansas City Is Battling Polio See Page 5 LOCAL GUARD UNITS TAKE TOP HONORS Dirksen the President would forfeit the pattern of holding the line against The Illinois Republican left little doubt that he would op pose a bill approved late Fri day by a Senate labor subcom It brings an additional 10milllon workers under the KANSAS July lljminimum wage and also UPI More than boosts the wage minimum from persons received polio vaccine to over a two to The First Howitzer Battery of at clinics here Friday as the year 233rd 36th Divi number of cases reported in the The subcommittee approved slon Texas National won curernt outbreak reached the bill by voice It now a11 the honors and trophies of Abraham directgoes to the full Senate labor fered at the divisions review at or of health and said committee for North Fort Hood Lt the city was in the beginning The newly covered group Co1J Gastori of Corsicana would inclule workers in chain stated in a tele Three deaths have occurredland department phone the Daily Sun and several victims were and dry cleaning I Saturday local transit and small telephone One formula would give the ed in critical Special clinics established by the national foundation exhaust The Corsicana units leave North Fort Hood at Sunday and are due to arrive their supply of shots of 25cent wage boost to the newly Ihere at walkout of employes of a botg vaccine Friday and adcovered workers over four years I Headquarters Battery of Cor He said Hoffas union is ditional supplies were provided by the city health department to holding the rest of labor back continued operation of by negotiating substandard clinic5 tod Th encd wage Employers ofThursday ten cite these he officials said the number of in resisting efforts by Butler persons receiving shots since union to negotiate pay timC including those ad ministered by the city health totaled Butler said he has been offer See Page 5 urn Killed See Page 5 MysteryGunman Batiks Police At San Antonio SAN July 11 commanded by Joe won the General Albert Crowther award as being the best headquarters battery the 36th Division In Athens Battery command ed by Raymond Wood won the Harley McDaniel Memorial Award as being the best Howitzer battery in the 36th Division The local units have been in UPI Terror stalks San field on training and tonio after vera practically all of the sum July 11 wealthy pizza house owner and a masked bandit shot each other to death today in a blazing gunbattle in the kitchen of a Police said Joe tre restaurant came home from his restaurant with his wife early totday and found two masked bandits lurking in the Dolce carried a re volver and before he fell dead with two shotgun charges in his he shot Benjamin a 43yearold Dallas in the Easterling and his accomplice fled out the back door and Easterling died by a bayou Police Paul Mullin said Dolce and his wife were appar ently taken by surprise when they returned to their home on exclusive Shreve But he said Dolce apparently unlimbered his weapon firing five One of them hit Easterling in the shoulder and ranged downward through his heart Easterling fired twice with his 410gauge The charges struck Dolce in the chest and His wife wrested the shotgun away from Easter ling before the dying bandit She was in Mullin and couldnt be But both bandits were Shreveport police had no idea of the survivors They were checking Dallas police to see if Easterling had a close Apparently no rob bery took Easterling and Police threw more manpower mer encampment for the into the search today for mysterious marksman who shot and seriously wounded h i s seventh victim Friday They said it may be the work of a past See Page 4 Blakely Another Price Suffers Massive Drop Posted Heart Attack On Gasoline The official crop report bears the 17 parishes out Bensons contention that wM chief counsel for Louisianas joint legislative com mittee on filed a companion suit for seven per none of them Judge Dawkins reviewed the suit for two hours Friday and said he will make a decision He said he would make a an unusual I because the hearing would start July Gremillion was Senator William Blakescheduled to meet wlth district cooling off July 11 IIP House members wanting to turn back Herter took a new Western the Senateapproved compro proposal on Berlin back to the mise tax bill won a preliminary conference It offered no I test today major concessions to Debate on the tax Retail gasoline prices dipped remained in critical con attorneys from the parishes in See Page 4 L More Democrats Back Leaders Against Butler bill continued through the noon hour without There were indications a decisive vote would not be taken until mid afternoon at q Bristow Rebuffed The first test vote came when Obie Big moved to table a motion that the joint conference committee report be rejected and another again Friday afternoon and Satdition Saturday after suffering urday morning to cents per a massive heart gaJlon and wholesalediatributors Blakley became ill Friday and of major companies frankly exwent to his pect another reduction Saturday personal physician for 15 years afternoon or Monday and a heart The for Most major companies have mcr senator was rushed to Bay reduced the tankwagon prices Ior Hospital by ambulance and to the retail service station opplaced under erators a total of six cents per gallon on regular oxygen who described his condition as pretty criti Sinclair has reduced both regcal said Blakley had suffered ular and ethyl Other a massive coronary occulslon major companies have not ansimilar to the attacks which nounced any drop in the higher struck President Eisenhower and Lyndor A majority of service stations The physician feaid that Blak had posted cents per gallon hey is very ill will be con for regular gasoline Saturday fined to the hospital for six with some as low as He said an additional Independents and some major month of rest would be neces stations are under the prevailsary before he would be al ing lowed out of A few stations still had a multimillionaire fi posted Saturday but oilman and changes were expected beforeJphUanlhroplstf returned from a trip around tlie world that in cluded inspection trips of his many ranch holdings in west Sec Page 5 the end of the Income Tax Anniversary Not Celebrated fmea AS July 11 UPI playwright Brendan Be wbo set London ngog with July 11 Sunday is an anniversary that taxpayers will not Fifty years ago on July 1909 Congress passed along to a boisterous twoday ap the states a proposed constituseared in court sober today ancf tional amendment pleaded guilty to pub the federal government to levy income The amendment the 16th The judge fined the hard drinking Irishman five shillings was declared ratified cents for being tipsy and It was approved by legislaordered him to pay a doctor 15 lures of 42 of the 48 apshillings for treating his proval by threefourths of the battle states being Wearing his usual rumpled The United States had had an green suit and a halfmoon income tax during the Civil War scar under his left the 35 It was abandoned in and a subsequent effort to 210pound Behun shuf fled nervously as he stood in tax incomes was ruled unconthe He was there only 43 stitutional in Outwits Thugs As Policeman Hostages Luther were arrested here by Texas Rangers June 26 in con nection with the safe burglary of an auto dealership in Texas Ranger Jay Banks said he understood Murff and Easterling were released on bond in Houston OLDEST GRAD DIES last survivor of the first class of the University of Texas in died He was born in Washington County Rudy crumpled to the sidewalk with a bullet in his It was fired from a passing He was able to tell police before an ambulance arl July 11 rived to rush htm to a hospital bank manager shot to that he heard a darkened sedan shot raced as a death one wouldbe bandit and past wounded another today in a then felt a pain in his fantastic attempted robbery that right started with the abduction of a son of and Arthur is the second Banker Carl Ray victim of the mysterious gunhis seven months pregnant man who Is in serious their small child and Policeman The other five escaped minor withlMaxie Taunton all were held hostage by the holdup man The shootings have been goJames Bray and Billy Hay ing on for three both of Montgomery and Most of the shootings have 26 years been on city streets with a caliber pistol or But in Bray was the son of Sam night watchman for one a deputy sheriff the Montgomery Advertiser narrowly escaped death when a He learned of his sons shotgun blast shattered a picdeath from an Advertiser photo ture window at his home while grapher who returned from the he sat In his living scene to develop his Police said the gunman is angered that his ex either a darn good pedant wile was about to suf or a lucky So none of fer the indignity of being taped his victims have been by their took mat ten into his own hands to foil the plans of the He tricked who had been left to guard the family while Taunton and Bray were into allowing him to make a pot of coffee and threw the scalding contents on He took the mans gun and tried to shoot But when the gun would not fire he beat him sense Jess with the Barker then grabbed his shotgun and killed Bray when he The bankers ordeal really had its beginning about 1 downtown In about 30 miles northeast of where Taunton was going off The officer picked up Bray and Hayward to give them a ride out of town to a highway They pulled an old caliber pistol on him and or dered him to drive to the bank In a graphic account of the developments given to United Press Barker said his door bell rang about one oclock and when he answered it he was met by Taunton rnd the latter pulling a pistol and telling him Im going to rob your He said Hayward came in and told him to lie down on the 4tHe asked me if the vault would open at that Bark er I told him he would not be able to get the money until approximately nine But the men insisted that Barker go to the bank anyway and Bray took him We went to the bank and opened the outside vault door and Bray forced me to try and open the cash vault but It wouldnt of Bark er Bee Page 4 July 11 See CIVIL Page John Sparkman conference committee appoint accused Democratic Page 5 Natjlopal Chairman ifxlay of unfairness and be trayal Of duty for criticizing Democratic leaders in He demanded that Butler work for party unity or Sparkman gave his views on the current dispute between the party chairman and Democrats in Congress in a letter to Sen Slill Siari Unfixed July 11 muchneeded vacaatc DemocraUc Leader Lyndon tion and rest from the travail U Johnson one of Butlers tar of Louisiana politics was Another Southern Herman Talmadge Call ed for Butlers He said that if Butler fails to quit the national com mittee ought to fire him at the first In a radio interview said Friday night he personally See Page 5 Sun Being Shot From Balloon July A telescopic camera borne ned by Earl Long to It seemed highly unlikely that Long would escape the press or even get much of a rest on the The governor plans to drive to a nd then board a plane for points west for a vacation which an aide said earlier in the week would last several Long returned to his Winn Pea Patch farm home early today from a nine hour reported trip to Hot where a mineral spring Is who has a weakened Kot out of his limousine on a bed In his room with his hat The who had been in three hospitals in the last six by a large plastic balloon soared some 15 miles above the earth today transmitting televis ed pictures of the sun A crew of headed weeks and has lost weight and by Martin a paled took issue Princeton University Friday with the press through tracked the flight from a State Sixty Rayvan as it floated on a southerly Ray burn and other political Designed to televise and followers of Long were upset photographs the sun from above with the press coverage of possible distortion by the earths Rayburn Longs doctora have See Page 5 the 12inch tele urged scope was controlled by the ground es Appear In Final Draft Of Revenue Bill July 11 changes appeared In the final draft of the tax bill approved 247 Friday by Four million In bill comes from improved the the and lections by the from new Changes made are reductions in the 10 per cent tax on cam eras and photo equipment to 5 per and the 5 per cent tax on air conditioners to 3 per But the cut on air condition ers increased the estimated revenue from to the committee fact sheet No explanation was given to the Another addition to the bill was repealing several minor taxes to cost the state an esti mated In potential revenue the next two Heres where the new tax money will come from fran chise taxes Including a 33 per cent temporary Increase for year and a 22 per cent raise of 196061 gross re ceipts Increased 20 per the nat See TAX Page 4 UPI Kozlov Gets Lecture July lllwould be president or vice presl Adm Hyman Rickover dedent of the Academy of Sciences ed a entle but firm lecture In our country The Academy of July 11 1 vered a gentle but nrm iccuire m uur At ui u Russia U refused to today to Frol the Sciences gets the hlgheBt sal Russians Put Curbs On Nixon Travel Plan July 11 and In a brief talk before ckover then asked Kozlov the whether money was the most visit by way of Slbei ia nn Alaska the State Department visiting Soviet party toured the important There was no Soviets also would not permit hopes that the sclenUficlaald this ope at Nixon to use his huge commerachievements represented by the por able to work be cial jetliner to fly to certain plant will be matched by the cause public and Private cities outside wisdom of those who agencies eachi o to He will have to use Russian use k and get l With the unlocking of the much written A State Department man for the tint time In The relationship between any man said the Russians is able to change companies or man saiu uie rvueomjia 1 rhnn ly feared that many airfields Rickover tions depends upon more than in the Soviet hinterlands were Up to man haa had U written con act fnn fnr the Pan American to accommodate himself to The written word Is not too small for the Pan accom World Airways Boeing in which Nlron will fly to Ion all politic The spokesman said he did to realise their enutui LU v i 07 Jet Now he can change nature There must be a moral on a law U la Incumbent obligation as welK so in 1 and statesmen our relations In this world there great morallmust be the moral word aa well not know why Russia would responsibility In handling as tne marked the end not let the vice president fly a Kozlov s v slt of the across Siberia on his way back who Is director of of his barnstormlngf I i t t t L I T T I F A n T O r A H H I L L I LJ1 L L O to the United naval at Shlpplngport UnlUd States ue i Nixon will fly to Moscow to greeted Kozlov Jn the name o b Ttn an American exhibit July President A3 KozNew York a La Guardia i Friday he lourea open He then will tour a u uijr iji 4KA we men win a number lov arrived In a brief nf I q RUel of Russian Soviet First Informal exchange asked him homntead VVorka of SteeJ Deputy Premier Frol Kozlov whether in his country he near fc the United now on could be elected to Kozl The weary Kremlin leader cut is In a reciprocal lov replied You See Page 5 ;