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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - July 15, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHER LOCAL cloudy and warm through Thursday with widely scat tered Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 j 2 80 84 89 91 94 96 98 Weather Report on Market LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A OUNCE NEW July er steels govern ments liquidation and CHICAGO Wheat Steady to easier light lower scattered profit Oats Lower with cents higher to 25 lower top steers steady top 33 JULY 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS USW Proposes FeetFinding Panel On Steel ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Sir ft ft lice Feels Strike Moves Not Yet Warranted STILL URGES NEGOTIATED SETTLEMENT Two Senators Favor Initiative To End Walkout July 15 UPI President Eisenhower said today that the steel strike for the moment had not created emergency conditions warrant ing use of the TaftHartley but he urged labor and manage ment to continue Con Hurt Defense The President told reporters it was obvious that if the strike lasted so long that steel in ventories required by the gov ernment were the defense production program would face a very serious situa He that he was tn no position today to estimate accurately how long the strike would have to run before it Interfered with the defense Can Seek Injunction He suggested the fullest pos sible use of free bargaining be labor and management before there is any direct fed eral Under the TaftHartley law the U he determines a labor management dispute has creat ed an emergency threatening the health or safety of the can request the Justice Department to seek an injunc tion stopping a strike for 80 Senate Democratic leader Lyn don said he was asking Treasury Secretary See Page 10 President Says Herier Can Fix Summit Meeting July President Eisenhower said today that Secretary of State Christian Herter has full authority to agree to a Big Four summit conferenc if Rus sia makes it clear it will re spect Western rights and obli gations in The President told his news that for the moment there doesnt appeal to be any break in the deadlock at justresumed Geneva Big Texas Tax Conferees Racing Thursday Deadline Foreign Ministers meet Four He said he was sure the Riys sians would like to reach an agreement at Geneva If it was all in their he the real question was whether the Russians ready to make in exchange for Western conces that would give everybody confidence that there was some progress being made toward Eisenhower said he was not averse to going along with the other allies in negotiating the ultimate fate of Germany and Berlin and all other subjects at any But in the meantime See Page 9 TEST Curtis Air Force vice chief of more at home in a pilots his gocart around a turn on the Andrews Air Force base runways during a The general came as a spectator and ended up by accepting an invitation to drive one of the skeletonframe powered by mower AP Wirephoto Texas Continues 9Day Allowable A 15 UP The Texas Railroad Commission to day ordered a continuation of the present low nineday crude oil producing pattern in This maintains the current al lowable of barels daily for next The order makes the current per major producing no change in missive Nine of 12 Runaway Bus Kills 3 July bus returning 90 youngsters from a mountain day camp lost its brakes on a grade Tuesday and wildly down a treelined suburban The bus left a wake of three smashed cars and the broken body of a 3yearold girl before it None of the campers was ser iously The Corrine Matson of was killed when thrown from a sedan hit from behind by the Two adults in the smashed cars were I tried to keep from hitting said bus driver Brady Bolt of Los I had no no no The bus loaded with the 90 Catholic Youth Organization campers and eight counselors was returning to this Los An geles suburb from a day outing in the nearby San Gabriel companies recommendedcon tinuation of the nineday pat Independents also recommend ed to Ihe Texas oil regulalory body that the schedule be kept to reduce Chairman Ernest Thompson said stocks of Texas crude as of July were he was See Page 9 Judges To Rule On Civil Rights July 15 R Louisiana federal judges will decide the constilu lionality of the Civil Rights Commission The named are Ben Dawkins Shreve Chief Justice of the West ern District Edwin Hunter Lake also of the Western Districl and John Mi nor New Fiflh Circuil Court of Ap Louisiana Jack acting on behalf of voter obtained a re straining order which blockec the commission from question ing the Dawkins rul ed that a special threejudge panel would first have to decide if the commission were legallj created by Judge Joseph Hutcheson of Chief Judge of the Fifth Circuit Court of Ap made the July Tax ill conferees began today a astminute effort to break the legislatures stalemate over money for state A few minutes after the Sen te agreed to the House request the 10member ommittee went into session ith some members expressing They organized and ecessed until 2 The Senate delayed Its deci ion for two The House ctually turned down the 182 million dollar eficitretiring bill last Satur but the Senate was In re ess until Since Monday the senators tood firm in their refusal to rant the Houses request that nother committee be authoriz d to work out a bill that might e acceptable to The House also refused to ake back its rejection of the enate House members ob ected to its 70 per cent sales ax One strong House fac lon wants a natural gas export ax The House passed and sent to he governor a bill authorizing raise in student fees at the 19 tatesupported The rote was The Senate recessed until 3 the House until It See Page 9 Carr Receives Confidence Vote After Challenge July 15 members gave Speaker Wag Sfoner Carr a vote of confidence after he challenged them to kick him out if they wanted If you desire to oust me then get on with your Carr old a bused House in a dra malic and unusual persona irivilege speech at the opening of the session If the tax problem can be solved by removing me then move right he Then he walked to his The crisis ended when Joe who was Advance New Civil Rights Bill July 15 UPI A new Civil Rights Bill was approved today by the Sen ate Constitutional Rights Sub The measure would keep the presidents Civil Rights Com mission alive until and require that federal election records be preserved and sur rendered for The next step for the bill is the Senate Judiciary where southern members are expected to give it tough sled Chairman Thomas Henn said the sub committee vote was 4 to 3 in favor of the The subcommittee has had a number of Civil Rights proposals before it so far this but action has been One to allow the attorney general to go into court on be half of those seeking equal was killed congressional develop time The Senate Other menis Equal Commerce Committee approved a bill which would exempt radio and television news broadcasts from a controversial equal time The measure would amend the tions under which the Fed1 era Communications Commis sion ruled recently that all polit ical candidates are entitled to equal air time on news The bill would exempt appear ances by candidates on news news docu mentary programs or onthespot news Contracts A House Armed Services Subcommltlee charged that Navy officials must have been incompetent or deliberate1 ly careless in negotiating a dozen or so defense contracts on which the government was overcharged more than 12 million Porter said the situation is a reflection all the way up to the Secretary of the Housing Thomas Dodd urged that Congress overide President Eis enhowers veto of the Housing He said Eisenhowers act ion was unwarranted and un and that the vetoed bill represents In my mind the minimum measure that the gress can The president rejected the bill because he con sidered some of its spending provisions purchases sing for itself and th Supplies The House Gov ernment Operations Committe urged that the defense depart ment improve its methods o purchasing The com mittee said the single manager system of under whic one service commodities other should be steppe Defense A HouseSenal conference committee was se up to study two versions of th defense The Senate Tues day night passed a bill providin 40 billion dollars for the defens effort over the next 12 months The House version is Increases lacked the Senate put its bill 000 over what President Eisen hower The Senat boosls could interfere with Dem ocrallc plans to show Ihe pres denl Ihey can spend less lhan h Medical care The America Medical Association AMA tol Congress that a plan to giv free medical care to old folk would impose government regu lations on doclors and patients Views of the AMA wer presented to the House Way See Page 11 West Rejects Berlin Truce Price Trucker Badly Hurl In Fall From Vehicle Waller Wallace of truckdriver for is in poor condition in Memorial hospital or injuries suffered at Wednesday on Highway 14 aboul 3 12 miles south of Moore apparently went to fell from the cab of his and Ihe vehicle jroceeded a considerable dis ance before stalling against a The trucker was discovered on the right shoulder of the high way suffering a compound frac ture of the right leg above the a chip off the right a deep laceration on the left arm above the elbow and the He was In surgery more than three hours early Wednes A Corley ambulance brought the Injured man to the Vernon highway pa Moores wife was not Imme notified of her husbands condition since srte is with a badly burned child In a Hous for it Crook said the DOCTOR SAYS EARL LONG HELPED BY STAY IN TEXAS FORT July 15 The health of Louisiana Earl Long has improved great y in the past three his physician declared He is taking more nourish his color is he is much stronger and doesnt ap ton hospital was Patrolman tear as fatigued as he Miller of New Or eans told The doctor talked to news men at a press conference call ed by the who has been vacationing in Texas since ast Long planned to eave Fort Worth later today en route to Lamesa and El Paso and Long appeared much restrained than at his more first Texas press conference While he Jabbed at psychiatry defeatcd race for by Carr speaker in oC a bitter the 56th of ousting Carr Estimates of the made a motion that a committee of 10 be named to escort Carr back to the speak ers The motion was ac cepted without Carrs speech followed reports Tuesday of a meeting where the jossibllity numbiiof members at the meeting ranged from 45 to No action concerning the meet was taken I have found that some of you met in a secret meeting esterday and you laid plans to oust me as Carr after turning the gavel over to Max San See Page 11 PLANE FORCED IJOWN July IS A Belgian Sabcna DC6 airliner with 54 passen gers was by Commu nist MIGjet fighters and forced to land in Hungary to It was announced The plane was en route from Athens to empty Chevrolet traclor semilraller was traveling norlh and proceeded a quarter of a mile after Ihe driver fell to Ihe pavemenl before it stoppet Page 9 One Fatality In 167 Mishaps Inside Of City Corslcana had one fatality and 20 persons injured as a re sull of 167 accidenls which were invesligated by police during the first six months of this Property damages stemming from these wrecks amounted to This information was the highlight of a firsthalf police Iraffic analysis Inventory pre pared by Bill records and released by Police Chief The accidents involved 332 ve one train one one motor one bicycle and three pedes Police filed 160 complaints In connection with either arrests or court citalions for various violations growing out of these accidents as follows 5 expired or no operators 18 failure to yield 29 defective 2 run ning red 2 running stop 3 negligent 67 driving on the wrong 2 8 following too close 10 failure 1 fail Moderates Win Virginia Races July 15 Virginias moderate lo cal option approach to integra built from the mlns the courtcrumbled Iesist ance gained ground today as result of a hardfought Dem ocraiic primary Key legislators supporting Lindsay Almonds pro gram of Freedom of Choice fought off segregationist candi dates to win ienomination Tues and his polilical his com ments were nol as Of reputedly a million Long If I lad his money and my d sel the world Asked if he planned to retire rom the governor de clared It doesnt look like But circumstances sometimes make you do tomorrow what you said yesterday you wouldnt Asked to compare his career with thai of his Huey governor and sena See Page 9 Ernest Famed Composer Cancer Victim July The West today rejected Rus sias price for a Berlin truce and warned Soviet Foreign Min ster Andrei Gromyko he was running the risk of torpe doing the Big Four Foreign Ministers July famous composer and conductor Ernest 79 died in a Portland hospital to day where he had been under treatment for Blochi whosejwoEks from the poem id the opera been a resi dent of Agate Beach on the The Western powers among themselves on divided several issues bul united in Iheir de mand for rights in West bombarded Gromyko at a public plenary session for a juaranleed truce on Berlin in would lead to a summit Gromyko countered by Insist ng thai Ihere can be no Iruce wilhout acceplance of the So viet proposal for an allGer man commission to discuss the wider Issue of German reunifi The West has rejected Ihe all German commission which would give Communist Easl Germany equality with West Germany and would enhance East Germanys bid for West ern The West sought a commis See Page 9 American Tune Is Greeting For Khrushchev July 1 Premier Nikita tired and worn am pridefully told a entered a hospital here July and died at Born welcoming crowd In this mln ing and Industrial center today In that I was ure to stop and render 3 making Improper im proper 4 improper The Almond forces even pick ed up one vole in the state Sen where their margin of vic tory was only one vote last Former Victor Wilson ousted Incumbent Stuart Hallett of the massive re sistance forces in Hampton and Newport Also bounced from the legis lature was delegate Inez Baker of who had called for a stronger antiintegration She was swamped by Donald an Almond sup while Willard Moody who also supported Almond won renomination for Portsmouths second seat in the House of del Bakers defeat was off set by the victory In Charlottes where school Integration begins next of Har old Burrows who edged In cumbent William an Al mond Rename George To Auditor Job John county audi will be appointed to a sec ond term Wednesday District Judge James Sewell George was appointed to the first term July by Judge who said an or der would be filed at the dis trict clerks office recording the Georges new term will extend to July Bloch came to the sometimes callec States in shortly Polish was the starting work on America stop ot Khrushchevs tour which he was awarded a the He arrived in by musical America in He received the honorary his Informal speech to the doctor of letters of about at the rail Reed College here in 1955 Khrushchev stam was given the title and stuttered so badly he Emeritus of Music after scarcely be See Page the astonishment of ac Polaris miners band struck up Stars and Stripes Forever an Wladyslaw leader ol Page 11 CAPE July 15 UPI A Teamster Polaris test rocket exploded In the air moments after it was launched Seen The 28foot tall July 15 runner of the Navys Chairman John Me rinelaunched ballistic said today the leaped from the launching Rackets Committees lat at tempertossed hassle with The streaming a President James band of rose proved there can be no at then veered from within the making almost a complete told newsmen he and then blew Three that testimony in the Ing fragments plummeted few weeks by Hoffa and the henchmen would fortify The Department of threemember board of said the rocket developed a federal judge setup malfunction and was supervise Hoffas control of by the range safety the Walkout Slows TOUGH TASK ONFRONTS MEDIATOR Many Indications Long Struggle Now In Making NEW July 15 UPI United Steehvorkers Un on today urged the steel indus ry to join wilh il in forming a fadfinding board to study he issues involved in the strike and help bring about an early In a lelter to the Industrys ourman bargaining un on President David McDon ald said a threeman fact flnd ng committee should look into economic and noneconomic mailers in dispute and make recommendations to both par ies aimed at halting the Warren Names Third McDonald said Ihe industry and union each would name ona man to the committee and Chief Justice Earl Warren would ba asked to name a impar lal The union chief said the find ngs of the board would not be winding but we are confident hat they would provide a basis for and quick setllement by the par In the unions Mc Donald noted lhal President El senhower refused to set up a overnment fact finding board to study the economic Issues in volved in the Companies Reject i putthe panles refused to join with tha See Page 9 Pickets March Peacefully Al Siee Plants July 15 UPI Pickets marched out side the nations basic steel mills today In an Industrywide strika lhat already has begun to afect the nations booming With the walkout of a hnlf mlllion Unlled Sleelworkers only a day Us impact was being olt by allied Tn addition to cutting off 90 pacent of the countrys steel the USWs sixth na tionwide Btrlke forced the Penn sylvania railroad to announce layoffs of employes start ing The railroad also snld Its car loading will be down about 20 per cent if the walkout con tinues even a few Other Industries which the nowstill Lakes shipping coal either reduced announced plans for doing and others employment or The picketing was peaceful from coast reported to coast with only scattered One occurred at the Falrlesn Works of Steel at and involved David president of the See Page 0 After Turning Wasteland Info Productive Area Farmers Get Eviction Notices July 15 get off the fed eral governments land Thats an official ultimatum to farmers along the sanely banks of the Colorado The Department of Interior has ordered some 150 farmers cultivating acres of rich land between Hoover Dam and the Mexican border to get The department says the farm ers have no business and it wants to develop a recreation area along the river which forms the boundary belween Arizona and The farmers claim Ihe land bul Ihey donl own They have banded logether under the name of Associated Farmers of the Lower Colorado River to fight for the land in the Thej concede that the law is with me federal gov ernment but believe the moral issue Is on their After they their money and efforts have turned brushcovered land into productive farms which en hance the economy of the The land was withdrawn from public entry by the Department of Interior in As the rampaging Colorado River burst its banks in flood It changed its leaving Islands and shore line high and wilh Ihe building of Davis Ihe rivers and more ind Parker flow was regulated loamy land was Pioneers like William Mur now president of the Asso ciated moved in and started clearing the land of a jungle of salt cedars and wil Murphey has been on the land 46 The lands richness has at traded bigscale farmers who raise canlaloupes and The disputed land includes aboul acres in Ihe area acres in the Palo Verde Valley of Califor nia acres In the region and acres in the Clbola Valley of Many of the farmers who have Iransformed the brush jungles inlo verdant farms oper ate on whal is known as The piece of former river bollom near More land has been reclaimed soulh of Power wenl In cleared land in The and De partment of Interior has given him an eviction There is Earl who has farmed government land See Page 10 NEW July 15 nations booming economy began to slow down today in the face of a nationwide walkout by The strike began at midnight and its effects already have hit the economic The Pennsylvania Railroad already has reported plans to furlough workers If the strike Is on later this Layoffs will appear soon in other industries which serve Ihe mills coal gianl Jf the strike steel consuming ore mines and many Is Industries will have to starl culling back pro ductlon and employment because of Inventory slrike lasling a monlh or less Is not expecled lo bring about any drasllc reducllon In overall economic main ly because sleel users have buill up a big The Nalional Associalion of Purchasing Agents eslimates lhal steel users have more than 20 million tons of steel on hand al Ihe presenl 4 mill tons less than at the start elation says warehouse inventor ies arc at a record high of which is 10 pet cent above the 1956 prestrlke The association notes lhat rising demand In rccenl months prevented a warehouse i But shortages of certain types of sleel are appearing In furlher Increase in A prolonged United Slales Sleel slrike would have serious affecls In Canadian but few major repercussions are expecled for aboul six a poll of industry leaders indlcal expected lo starl some lines If the strike lasts more than a The key auto Induslry Is sil ling with enough steel to last through at least one month of the 1960 model which begina in It has been estimated that a onemonth strike would cost around In lost Layoffs and production cutbacks In other closely allied industries send the strike bill soaring even With steel producllon aver aging well over 2 million Ions a the steel companies will lose production valued at million a week and each steel worker will lose an average of in excluding the 1956 The Steel Warehouse Assolbut ue nard hit many have centers put eigns in their windows urging steelwork the to buy now and pay after Al Ihe walkout could cause a shutdown of the steel company of Canada plant OnU next at Stelco and the Dominion Found rise and Sleel also at depend on deliveries of ore from the Mesabl Range in Ihe American The ore boals usually refuse lo de liver during a which gets 90 per cent of its ore from the has been trying to Thesa efforts were curbed by In the opening of the delay Great Lakes shipping and subsequent and recurrent hold ups In traffic Ihrough the Wei land Stelco vice president Harold Clawson said the company might have to shut down next winter if the strike See Pago prevents 9 ;