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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - July 14, 1959, Corsicana, Texas lr 4 i THE WEATHER LOCAL and warm through Wednesday with widely scattered Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 1 11 12 1 1 j 2 SO 84 88 90 92 1 94 95 Complete Weather Report on Market HomeoHhe Daily Sunand SemiWeekly Morninrf 32 LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PRESS INTERNATIONAL JULY 1959 PAGES MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW July er industrials cor poratcs hedge CHICAGO scattered selling general Mostly higher to 25 cents higher top CattleSlaughter steers steady to 50 cents lower top AP TELEMATS PRICE FIVE CENTS CARR TARGET FOR ANGRY HOUSE Some Senators Feel Another Session Needed July 14 HouseSenate deadlock on taxes tightened today despite efforts to break Its paralyzing The House underlined its insistence that theSenate grant BEADY FOR STRIKEA workman at Youngstown Sheet for Comnanv plant in seals off a coke over committee to try to wntea in preparation for the bl l before the session line of the nationwide steel All steel plants were bankingencls furnaces and hearths as the zero hour CAP Wirepho to ummit come Former Aide Says Castro Communist July 14 A former Cuban air force commander charged to during a Senate hearing that was interrupted by a bomb that Cuban Premier Fide Castro is a The Pedro Luis Diaz also said that Castros revolutionary government is Siroder Dies Rites Tuesday of Emmett it former member of the Texas died in the Kinard Convalescent Home in Hills Monday afternoon follow ing an extended Funeral services will be held from the Emmett Baptist church Tuesday at 4 with burial in the Emmett 4 The rites will be conducted bj B P r Dal pastor of the Emmett Stroder was a native of Na and had resided at Em mett since the turn of the cen He was a teacher for sev eral years and farmed in Em mett for many He was representative from Navarro county in the Texas Legislature in the early 1920s and was active in Missionary Baptist He was a Ma Surviving are two and Emmett communit both of the a Fort Worth a Walter Koute Corsicana three Troy Con Route Frost Aldridge and Kenneth Route Frost four Gary Con Route Frost Kar en and Matt all of Eu and other McCormick Funeral Service riddled with Left Hanging The Senate debated a motion to grant the but left it hanging without a The motion was withdrawn on the understanding voiced by Wardlow that a new effort would be made in the House Wednesday to reverse its rejection of the first con ference report on the 182 million dollar tax The Senate quit until Wednes Then the House recessed until Wednesday after defeating a motion to Recessing who defected from the created a parliamentary situa Castro regime on June tlon under whlch Rep Bm charged that Castro is using Corpus may the new government to set in not be able to bring up his motion the machinery for turnpromised eff0rt to persuade the ing Cuba into a drop its demand for See Page 2 Air Navy Launch Roche JV Tests Tuesday CAPE The young testifying with his pretty wife at his told the Senate Internal Subcommittee he had first join ed Castro because he thought would bring back Democ jmd frepdom he he brought Communism to my Shortly after the hearing got under chairman James Eastland recessed it and orderIJuly Air Force ed the room cleared because of sent a sweptwing super Bomarc a telephoned tip someone arching skyward today in a new planned to injure the flight of the fleet intercep tor It marked the second trial for the advanced model B Bom successfully tested last As in the maiden the missile today was not aimed at any target The sleek black missile left July 14 UP launching site at major oil companies and inm EDT trailing a white rib dependent producers are expectbon of smoke across the bright ed to ask the Railroad Comsunny Humphrey Seeking Demo Nomination Polish Capital See Page 8 Another 9Day Allowable Due mission Wednesday to retain the current 9day production This will keep the oil allow able at the same level as in Both nominations and the forecast of demand for Texas crude by the Bureau of Mines were below But a drop to night days production probably would bring too large a most oil sources Major buyers nominations decreases from bar rels to Their written nominations total barrels compared to last months The average daily allowable now Is Most witnesses Wednesday likely will report that stocks have not improved enough in July to warrant any A 10day schedule will boost the allowable by about barrels a In case of a threatened at the new Bomarc is de signed to hunt down and de stroy enemy bombers as far as 400 miles It is capable of carrying a hydrogen The Boeing Aircraft which makes the said the weapon will be able to guard an area of more than half a million square Todays test was to check im proved propulsion and flight control More advanced tests will be made later by Air Force crews from the air prov ing grounds center at Santa Ro sa off the upper West Coast of The total range of the super Bomarc is almost double that of earlier first test fir ed in The new which travels at three times the speed of Is equipped with solid rather than liquid fuel booster engines to give it fast See Page 8 arm For Khrushchev July 14 viet Premier Nikita Khrushchev flew into the Polish capital to day on a state visit designed to demonstrate the solidarity of the two Communist countries in the face of heightening world He got a warm greeting from Polish Communist party head Wiadyslaw with whom he had a stormyallnight session in October 1956 trying to slow down Polands headlong rush away from Warsaw was decked out with flags and It was a striking contrast to the recep tion on the hushhush flight here in when Khrushchev tried vainly to halt Polands flight toward its own brand of nationalistic The two governments since have achieved a nTethod of liv In a speech of Khrushchev said Gomulkas vis it to the Soviet Union last year had friendship and understandingbetween the two countries and We hope ojir visit here will have the same Moscow Keeps Nixon Guessing About His Trip July 14 Vice President Richard Nix ons proposed visit to the So viet Union is snarled in Soviet red a week before he is due to take off for Mos After two months of back stage Soviet anc Ameiican authorities have yet to agree on exactly what cities Nixon will how long he will stay and how much free dom his party will But top officials confident these problems will be settled in time for Nixon to leave by jet air liner July 22 at Prospects are he will visit talk with Premier Ni kita then perhaps seven other Soviet cities in an unprecedented goodwill visit lasting about two Most authorities blame the present uncertainty on Soviel bureaucratic Officials are plainly growing impatient at the Soviet delay in answering some important ques tions Nixon has raised in con nection with his These include July 14 Hum phrey of Minnesota formally put himself in the contest for the Democratic presidential nomination His entry came in simultan eous news conference by Orville Freeman of Minne sota at Paul and Eu gene McCarthy They announced that a cam paign organization will be set up this week at It was the first announced campaign for the Although Humphrey was not McCarthy told news men that he knows we are making the announcement of approves Free man and McCarthy will be co chairmen of the campaign or which will be under the active direction of Karl Rolvaag of McCarthy said Humphrey was ready to begin campaigning now to the extent that Senate duties permit and also was ready to compete in state pres idential Asked who appeared to be the toughest to beat See Page 3 J unior College Faculty Changes nnounced See Page 3 Hoffa Threatens Rackets Probe Counsel July 14 UPI Teamster President James Hoffa threatened to day to sue Rackets Committee Counsel Robert Kennedy if he links him with accused Com munist Union leaders in future He issued the threat as Ken nedy fired questions about the Teamsters Alliance with left wing leaders Harry Bridges and Louis Goldblatt of the Interna tional Longshoremen and Ware housemens Union The issue arose after the com mittee clashed with Hoffa over a series of I dont recall swers he gave to charges that he approved a deal to have Un ion Monitor Godfrey his resign in exchange for in legal Bridges and Goldblatt were involved in the Hoffa said they tried to help Schmidt get his fees after Hartley Schmidts New York iisked them for Crum testified Monday that Bridges and Goldblatt talked to him on behalf of Hoffa insisted his dealings with the ousted from the CIO in 1950 on grounds it followed the Communist were in the interest of work He angrily denied that he is a Communist and said Com munism is not the issue in his pact with the West Coast Dock workers Kennedy said there was no question about Goldblatt being a Communist although there may be a question about Bridges party Dont put me in their Hoffa Kennedy said he would con tinue to point out that Hoffa has made an alliance with a union whose leaders have been accused of Commnist Youre going to get sued Hoffa He did not go into The exchange occurred after Hoffa denounced exPresident Dave Becks campaign against Bridges union as the worst mistake the Teamsters ever Kennedy then read an anti Communist statement from the 1958 issue of the Team ster monthly which said If Communist unions ever gained a position to exercise influence in transportation the world will have suf fered a staggering Asked if he knew the Hoffa said it was probably It was James Riddle Kennedy corrected as the hear ing room rocked with Hoffa said the statement re ferred to Communistled unions in foreign countries not ILWUfy Senate investigators also cused Hoffa of misusing union funds to buy quonset huts for his hunting lodge and for a summer camp he owned jointly with as Carmine Senate Rack ets Committee said Hoffas home lost on the 1958 Hoffa began developing a faulty memory when the com mittee demanded to know if he approved the proposed deal In which Schmidt would resign as a monitor in exchange for 000 in legal clearing the way for Crum to replace In a series of clashes with committee the scrap py union leader told John Kennedy You are not going to get me to remember what I I caat see how you can for Kennedy The charge that Hoffa ap proved a deal was made by who told the committee Monday that he wag approach ed by President Harry Bridges and SecretaryTreasurer Louis Goldblatt of the International Longshoremans and Ware housemens Union But Hoffa swore that Crum himself masterminded the ef fort to have Schmidt paid the resign and get himself named to the He said that he personally stayed aloof from the The teamster appearing for the fourth and perhaps fi nal time in the committees pro longed investigation of his un acknowledged that his tes timony was based on assump Chairman John McClellan said the crux of the matter is whether Hoffa ap proved the Authority Denied Hoffa denied that Bridges or Goldblatt were ever authorized by the teamsters to intercede with Crum to remove But he said he could not stop See Page 2 Navarro Junior College trust ees Monday afternoon accepted the resignations of three in hired two new in structors and another was granted a leave of absence for one They also heard re ports on the library Bon president of the revealed Tues The board accepted the resig nation of Kenneth Jo Ann McGary and Ste phen Williams was granted a leave of absence for a director of guidance and psychology list ed his daughters health aa the reason for Mc chemistry list ed that she needed to be home with her children In the Stephen English in has accepted a tion with Texas Instruments as technical editor in the pub lication Cecil social science has been selected by tho Department of Education and along with the State to teach in foreign Ho will teach at Belltz Technical See Pape 8 July West Germany has suggested that the Big Four recess the foreign ministers conference again and go straight to the sum mit on the broader issues of se curity and disarmament if Rus sia deadlock the talks on Ber diplomatic sources disclos ed It was a surprise aboutface by Chancellor Konracl Adenauer who previously had been adam antly opposed to a meeting of the Big Four chiefs of govern ment without firm agreement on Berlin by the Foreign Min The United States accused Russia today of trying to freeze the EastWest talks in deadlock by the sudden attempt to black mail the West Into recognizing Communist East An American delegation spokesman labeled as obstruc tive the Soviet demand that the East Germans sit in on se cret negotiating sessions of the Big Four Foreign The diplomatic sources said West Germany suggested that details of the Berlin In case of a stalemate should be put over to a third Big Four Foreign Ministers confer See Page 8 Lighfiuno Kills Cotton Choppers July 14 Two cotton choppers were kill ed and five injured by a bolt of lightning struck out of a Viflnless aky Mondayxin the nearby Tennessee Colony Killed was Sam who operates the farm where the bolt struck among 12 negro cotton chop said Nolley was killed in Terry said the youths watch was melted and stopped at Cora died en route to a Terry said the bolt of light ning kicked up a big cloud of When it he the 12 cotton choppers were stunned and sprawled about the ground mother Bessy Coras was hospitalized with serious injuries and doctors in Athens said she may be blind Four other cotton choppers were treated for minor injuries and Two Scheduled For Induction Navarro countys two man July draft call will be filled on July 22 when Joy Wayne Adams of Dawson and William June Reaches New i Employment High Officials Told To Starve On Rebel Convicts July 14 WI The twoday hold July The number of Ameri can jobholders rose to alltime high of in the government reported This was more than the previous alltime high of set in The government also report ed that jobseeking students and June graduates boosted the tot al number of unemployed to in up from But unemployment declin ed among adults 25 years of and The rise both In employment and joblessness was mostly sea the Labor Department Farm employment spurted by But there were also some July 14 id nonfarm The Ninetyfive JUmP in mountain ed by mainly because of mlne and thl4tenlnff to unexpected o Secretary of Labor James Mitchell hailed the He said the figures indicate once again the basic strength of our economic and the the kind of opportunity that lies ahead for all In June there were out of 95 rebellious convicts nt Bushy Mountain state pris on ended The convicts emerged from the coal mine where they held two prison employes as hostages and started returningto their prison cells at 3 25 Prison officials salcl the two hostages were un f M t b t A pickups in themselveg and two refused today to give up their twoday underground The governor of Tennessee ordered prison officials to starve them The hardened all had only a little food more holding jobs in IfceUni V II P and water left deep within COOPER STRIKES TALKS Companies Want Full Acceptance Of Their Terms By JAMES IULGALLEN NEW July M UPI wage negotiations col lapsed today with less than 10 hours remaining before the mid night strike Conrad chief in dustry turned down a lastminute union bid to avert a He said no further meetings had been scheduled for today Effective At Midnight More than steel work ers stood ready to shut down ateel production in 24 states at The strike would be the sixth in the postwar period and could be one of the long est and costliest in The industry turned down a union proposal to change the wording of the present contract to encompass technological Cooper said this was not enough and that the unions stand on other problems and economic matters leaves possibility of Charges Cooper said it is a mockery for the union to pretend it wants to reach an agreement before the deadline while refus ing to agree to a contract ex no foot strka Page 3 no escape But they were using two civilian mine and 200 sticks of dynamite to back up their de for better more pay for mining better medical care and summerwejght sandwiches and coffee was sent to the convicts until Buford In Nash issued orders to make no further concessions to the con J H is already Ha said tho See Page 2 Long Requests Gold Coins To Spread Around FORT July 14 Earl Louisianas Vacationing iviy H Hieeuuiiy trinnr tft executive said today he wnto vict8 some of the steel mills from coast Mills Sleadily Closing Down Before July 14 UPI mlghtly steel indus try became a sleeping giant to to pass out gold coins stamped with a pelican at the horse races this He indicated that his is trying to get a re but he will have no part of Each has sued the other for Long She called me on the telephone the other night loved and said she still See Page 2 Stations Again Reduce Price For Gasoline Gasoline prices In Corslcana she loves me like a cowtfropped Tues loves a the governor oon indicated with some retailers getting only He ordered Sixty his traveling corn to coast aimed for a complete shutdown by midnight in prep aration for a nationwide The threatened walkout by United Steohvorkers cleared smoke from the sklea over mill towns in the valleys around Pittsburgh and In other steel centers where the last steel was being tapped this morning and Picketing Set Picketing was to start at f plants before the midnight regular Most of the inffXi dependents and outh Steel staged premature Morris Eugene radford of Dallas will report to the Dallas induction Bessie Local Board 95 an nounced that the county has re ceived calls for two men for induction and nine for physical exams on August a Louisiana banker who has the gold coins minted to send some of them to The pelican Is tho official bird of Rayburn reported the coins lai are cettintr 200 fnr to see if he could get aie SctunB lot reguwalhout negotiators still were The biggest development In e War Is the th ping of the price of the ethyl About 20 members of the USW AU a couple of companies and inde at 4 at the Trenton cost each He said announc d VhylP10 banker was checking to see if Lmna members were marching on he could have them made Tell him its Ol Ear and types prices slashed from four marching to 6 12 cents per am K m i A Ethyl gasoline is being sold LThe ation a steel production maybe hell give me a deal on from 25i9 to 279 et th slowed to a near standstill by v f l4 4 A 1 I I I I A f mm L 1 the governor and his party had PRAYERS FOB DBOWNKD unidentified prays while others weep over the blanketcovered body of 8yearold Nathaniel Rickard who drowned in a basin at a filter center in Pai taking a shortcut drowned after jumping in the basin to retrieve a cousins lost Rescuers failed in eft arts to revive TAP Wirephoto who were expecting a slash dur Tuesday afternoon to meet supper early this morning at the tne new Worth which Moat wholcaalors dropped tho specializes In Chinese icc anotncr cent Tuegday See Page 2 late afternoon as steel centers East Birm and others banked sealed coke See Page 2 port Gets Water lant SAN UPI power July Atomic energy will a proposed California plant to dlstili fresh water from the Pacific Secretary of the Interior Fred Seaton announced He also said that the first of five demonstration water eon version plants will be built by the government at Freeport to produce one million gallons of fresh water a The announcements were con tained in a speech that Seaton was to have delivered before the American Water Works Associ a throat Infec tion prevented him from making the address and it was delivered for him by Allen assist ant dlretor of the office of saline water in the Department of The Freeport picked from over 30 cities and com munities in the gulf will be located two miles from tho coast near an existing chemical he Seaton anounccd that seven sites have been picked for fur ther consideration the Cal ifornia They are San Ventura Orange San Monterey county and Camp Pen The Department of Interior has asked the atomic energy commission to supply a low temperaturelow pressure atom ic reactor as a heat source for the proposed Went coast Representatives of both groups started to work out tions this he He did not give a starting It Is no idle dream to prophesy that one day conver sion plants along our as well as in many inland will be as common ns the famil iar Seaton The cabinet member said a total of five plants will he built by the government under a law approved by President Eisen hower In September Three wilt convert sea water and two brackish water New methods of obtaining water are he be cause new supplies of natural fresh water will become more expensive in the years ahead and the supply available will more and more tend to be less than He predicted that eventually the coHt of converting sea water would be UBS expensive than tap ping fresh water With out he water could become the nations num ber one water problem in a relatively few Seaton estimated the one million gallons a day Freeport demonstration plant will con vert sea water to fresh for less than per thousand gallons At Dow Chemi cal will sell steam to the thus eliminating the need for a The city and the chemical plant will purchase all the product water of the he Tho final West coast choice will he made by Seaton after he gets a report from a special site selection he a third conversion will be demonstrated in a plant to be located in the Northern Great Plains or arid Southwest he DALLAS FINDS FOLIO DALLAS health of ficials today reported two new cases of polio within the bringing to 14 the number of Dallas residents stricken thla city health said both victims were negro ;