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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - July 16, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHER LOCAL cloudy and warm through Friday with scattered thun Thermometer Readings 8 D 10 11 12 1 2 84 88 91 94 96 97 j 98 Complete Weather Report on Market V V V w DailySun andSenilWetkly Morning lilhtjf LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW July er rails governments commission hoiufi CHICAGO hedge mixed light lower profit Steady to 2o cents higher top Cattle steers steady top AP TELEMATS 34 JULY 1959 TWENTYTWO SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENTS House Rejects Tax Bill Third Time 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 Herter Wants Berlin Under UN IDLED BY smoke pours from the stacks at the Steel plant In as the nationwide steel got In the foreground directly behind the Gary City Hall is the huge mill parking lot without a single car AP Wirephoto Long Strike Indicated July 16 Pickets palrolling the nations idle steel mills girded for a long strike The governments top labor trouble shooter predicted that a solu tion wont be early or Federal mediation Chief Jos eph Finnegan said setlling the crippling tieup will take time and is not going to be accomplished by any magic for Finnegan reported to Secre tary of Labor James Mitch ell on his fruitless meetings with union and management leaders in New I dont think that a solution of this problem will be early or he told United Press In Finnegan announced after Ihe talks that the strike was a very serious one and is nol susceplible to an easy or ear IV He postponed fur until Foreign Steel Flooding Texas ther mediation next efforts until A half million basic steel work ers walked their jobs at mid night shutting down 85 per cent attjMe after n weeks of bargaining had Janet to bring agreement on a new contract between the 12 biggest steel firms and the United Steel workers of America Thousands of workers in sup porting industries already have been laid off as a result of the steel shutdown and the jobs o tens of thousands more were Coal and ore miners and Great Lakes seamen who handle shipment of raw mater lals to the mills were first af The Pennsylvania Rail road announced the furloughing of employes at the end o in steel town the Merchants See Page 8 DemandHousing Veto Reasons July 16 Democrats hav mounted an allout campaig to force the administration t give Congress a detailed expla nation of President Eisenhow ers veto of their housing bil They charged that Eisenhow ers message accompanying th veto was sly and replete wit A fuller explanation will b they regardles of whether Congress tries overrun the John Sparkman DAla keynoted the drive by announc ing his housing subcommitte would start hearings July 23 t determine whether to pass new bill or try to upset the vet By The Associated Press Foreign steel poured into exas through the port of Hous Thursday as the teel strike entered its second Foreign steelmakers are hrowlng the book at us in an ffort to take over the aid Walter sales man ger of the strikebound Shef eld Steel plant at About tons of the metal rom Belgium and Japan was nloaded from five ships at louston hips awaited empty saidforeign steel prices ton Wednes Finis Senor lies Wednesday Riles Thursday Finis aged 62 years 19 West Third died in Memorial hospital Wednesday afternoon shortly after arriva n an Funeral services were helc Thursday at 3 from the McCammon Burial wa n Oakwood The rites were conducted by Sam assistant rector of St Johns Episcopal A native ot Texas Senor came to Corsicana as e small He was a gradual of Corsicana high school am the University of Senor and Wayne Howel They were now a retired MKT Railroa general wo the state debating championshi while representing Corsican high school before World Wa Surviving are his Mrs Ruby and several Senor formerly was In Cham ber of Commerce work in San and my salesmen report ustomers have been told the rice will go up Earlier jeo told a Kiwanis Club foreign mports are deadly poison and us committing eco suicide when we buy 11 of omic The huge Sheffield plant on he Houston Ship Channel was hut down as workers oined in the Two other Houston plants vere Most steelworkers said they ixpect a long Picketing was peaceful at GROMYKO IS ADAMANT ON PEACE TERNS Warning Issued Another Crisis Can Bring War July Secretary of State Christian Herter today called on Russia to stop trying to make propa ganda and buckle down to workingout an agreement on the Berlin He challenged An drei Gromyko to cut out bog us slogans like a free city of West Berlin and get down to seeking specific Improve ments In the crisis rather than mere change of Herter emphasized that the basic problem was to make arrangements that would maintain the freedom of the peoples of West Berlin and prevent new crises before Ger many Is The American secretary warn ed Gromyko that another Ber lin crisis flareup could plungi Khrushchev Voices No War Pledge Making GlY Servants Denied at the Armco Drain ng and Metal plant and at the Tennessee Coa Iron Division the United Itates Steel Armco has about 75 steelworkers and Tennessee Another 175 union workers at Southwest Steel walked out at A union official said they are not cover ed by the unions general con See TEXAS Page 8 Teamsters Get Stiff Fines In Contempt Case July 16 Teamsters Union was fined and a Teamsters official received a fine for criminal contempt of and 18 months in prison today convicted Wednes Antonio and at various times was connected with He handled publicity on several occasions for the New Orleans Mardi Gras Pallbearers were Chap Milton Frey and Judge Wilson War lick handed down the The official is Hugh Rut secretarytreasurer and business agent for Ashevill Local Rutledge and the Teamsters were convicted of violating an injunction Judge Warlick issued June It enjoined four union ized trucking firms from dis criminating against Overnite Transportation a nonunion firm whose employes the Team sters are trying to A truck Lewis testified that Rutledge told him the Injunction was no good and that the judge had no right to issue the world into He suggest ed calling on the United Na tlons to help police a Berlin truce Propaganda Check Herter appealed to Russia Andrei Gromyko across the Bij Four conference table to con sider bringing an adequate U staff into The with free access t both West and East Berlin would report on propaganda ac Uvities that might disturbth See GENEVA Page 3 Long Is Headed For El Paso In Hew Limousine BIG July 16 UPD Earl Long o Louisiana spent an houranda lalf on the telephone toda issuing orders to his aides i home and then sped off in h limousine toward El Paso on th Mexican A Louisiana National Guar which had been standin took off without t was expected to fly on to E Paso Wednesday night but a thorities at Webb Air Force Base told him thunderstorms made flying too hazardous and he stayed In Big suffering from a nervous heart trou Dle and the after effects of a did not say why he chose the car for the 323mile trip to El He drove to July 16 UPI The Defense Depart ent denied today that enlist l men are being pressed into lemeaning or degrading ork as officers Assistant Defense Secretary harles Finuncane told a ouse Armed Services Subcom ittee that GIs are ng as or rivers on the personal staffs f As he hey relieve senior officers f numerous administrative Finucane added that the men re not employed as servants o do he would be to SPENDING SURVEY SHOWS CORSICAMNS EAT WELL iolate the The requirement for this Big Spring yesterday from Fort where he had spent four He spent the night In the best accommodations of visiting of ficers quarters at Webb Acting base commander James Johnson met Long when he Long may visit the night life of across the border from El and push on Friday to a racetrack at Rul See Page 3 of senior he assistant secretary ii ased on a definite need and on ustlfiable customs and tradi ions which have always pre mailed in the The subcommittee on military manpower is studying com plaints that many GIs are per ormlng tasks for officers rang ng from baby sitting to house See Page 6 Typhoon Billie Hits Formosa Japan Flooded By United Press International Typhoon Billie moved north toward the Yellow Sea and the China mainland leaving a mounting death toll in Japan and In Southern Japan a night long storm dumped new tor rents into waterlogged areas where at least 44 persons were 16 were missing and 76 On 30 persons were killed last night as the typhoor drove thousands of persons from their homes In the north ern part of the Most of Formosas cap was covered with wate ranging from a few inches to rooftop A housing uni for an American military mis sion was evacuated with rest dents wading to safety In waistdeep The military hospita ear Taipei was evacuated an 2 of the more seriously ill wer See Page 8 NEW July incomes running at a high level in the ques tions being asked are How much of this money are local residents spending Where are they spending it and for what Answers to the questions are provided in a comprehensivo study made by the Standard Rate and Data Service of the buying habits of people locally and in other parts of the Unit ed It puts under the spotlight each communitys out lays for fur niture and the For Home Consumption In it food Corsicana Boy Places Third In Tractor Meet Joe Williams of Corsicana won place this week In the state tractor driving championship in He recently Wasnamed president of CorsicnnR Chapter of Future Farmers of Williams and his James vocational agri culture teacher at Corsicana High were presented 17 iewel gold wrist Earl Shefflett of Snyder won first place and a and Melvln won second place Williams is the son of and Curtis Williams of Joe headed the delegation of local FFA members attending the convention this week in Deen local Ford returned from Austin Wednesday Racial Tensions Growing In East NEW July 16 UPD Addilional police into Harlem and were moved Ihree olher heavily negro dislricls loday to lessen the danger of a race Police Commissioner Stephen in announcing the charged that the danger had been increased by inflam matory stalements by polili The people who are doing mosl of Ihe lalking are inlerest ed in the political Kennedy told a news confer His reference was to cur rent primary campaigns for party districl If Ihere were no lensions be Ihey now have been cer lainly slarled by inflammatory statements by such Kennedy warned that a race riot would cause more destruc tion of community relations than an atom and the linger ing efects of such a riot would be worse for the community than the fallout of an Kennedy named no politicians f but he apparently made refer ence to slatements of seven leaders who met at City Hal Tuesday after a threatening crowd incident at a Harlem pre cinct Manhattan Borough President Hulan one of those said tension was rising dangerously in the not lecause of police but ecause of housing and eco nomic Others charged that police have been using extra muscle n the crowded negro These tensions are built up and the police are made the Kennedy These conditions happen in other parts of the city as well hey are not common to Harlem He agreed with Jack that the basic cause is schools and economic But ne said the West 123rd pre at which Mondays nights incident has a much higher rate of violent crimes than most in the He said it was ridiculous and outrageous to suggest he was trying to turn the area into a police Anyone making a politico football out of law enforcemenl is doing a disservice to the com The Monday night incldeni involved the arrest of a 21year See NEW Page 8 JERSEY July 16 police official said no racial issues were in volved in a mass demonslration y negroes against alleged police I think it would have been the same thing if white people had been Deputy Police Chief Austin Conley said n starting an investigation of the Conley said he planned to question three policemen ac cused of using brutal taclics in subduing Ihree negrs He said he would Ihen go to the Jersey City medical where the men were treated for and get statemenls from doclors and In preliminary the three officers denied using un due Conley A sixhour demonstration was held by 400 negroes yesterday outside the colored independent civic Some carrlec signs which Jersey City gangsters and hoodlums are In and on your police and stop police brutality in Jersey There were no racial Issues concerned Conley said It was just an orderly Conceding thai all Ihe demon itrators had been Con ey the three arrest ed were The demonstrators migh mve been he said After Ihe pub Ic safety director William V McLaughlln ordered Conley ti nvestigate the b r u t a 1 i t While the protest march wa McLaughlln met with Ray mond president of the ocal and a committee of five negro Brown said after the meeting thai he and Ihe ministers hoc made a formal complaint abou the alleged Brown said McLaughlin re fused to suspend the three pa trolmen named in the incident but later McLaughlin announce that the patrolmen would hav to defend Two of the alleged victims Lester and William were present at th bruised a n The Lewis Joseph wa in the Jersey City medica See Page C otton Goods Curbs Urged July 16 Herman Talmadpre urged Agriculture Sec etary Ezra Benson today to Immedialely to shield ollon growers and manufac urers from Ihe compelllion of mporled cloth and He asked Benson in a letter o bar the import of foreign goods made from colton old abroad al a discount under he surplus disposal Oth Talmadge the dis posal program would be self Ten of 11 areas In Texas were represented in the tractor con gets top Some or approximately 28 cents if every dollar spent in local stores in were gath ered in by grocery bak meat mark ets and other places selling food or home preparallon and con It compares with in This was exclusive of what was spent in at efreshment at lunch counters and on thepremise The food store If divided equally among the lo cal would come to per In the Uni ted Stales Ihe avarage was per household In Ihe Slale of See Page S Rayburn Drops Efforts To Get Interest July 16 UPI Speaker Sam Raybur as abruptly dropped his effort get reluctant House Demo rats to go wilh Presides isenhowers proposal to permi gher interesl rateon goveri ent He acted shortly after Eisen ower told his news conferenc cdnesday that two provision dded to the bill by Hous emocrats were very The resident wants the inlerest ceil ng removed because the govern enl cant sell its bonds in com etition with more profitable rivate Although Elsenhower would ot say whether he would veto See Page 3 By STANLEY JOHNSON July 16 Soviet Premier Nikita today pledged that he Soviet Union would never tart a war against nywhere at any He told a cheering throng of elegates at a meeting of miners nlons in this Sileslan Indus rial town I give you our olemn pledge that ever shall we launch any war gainst any country anywhere t any Appears Relnvlgorated He said he did not believe apUalist countries would start var either bul claimed that was recause the balance of forces s now overwhelmingly in favor f the Khrushchev appeared dynamic and All signs of veariness lhat marked his ap learance during the firsl two lays of his tour of Poland had disappeared afler a nights sleep He is Reactor Permit Due For WASHINGTON The Atomic Energy Commission an nounced today It proposes to is sue a permit to Texas Agricul tural and Mechanical College for construction of a research reactor at College The reactor will have an In tial capacity of 100 kilowatts Texas and plans ultimate ly to modify the plant so It wll be capable of operation al The reactor will cost abou to be financed by a grant by National Sci ence Foundation and b Texas and It is to be completed early In Con vair Division of General Dy Fort will design the The permit will be issued un less the commission within days is asked to conduct a hear STORMY DAY squad of Italian policemen carrie a struggling demonstrator to a waiting police van in Triesl while quelling disorders in connection wilh Ihe Ilalian maritim Ocean liners and cargo ships have been idled during th 38dayold work AP Wirephoto Actor Stewart ue Promotion July 16 Senate Armed Ser vices Committee today approv d the longdelayed nomination f movie star James Stewart o je a Brigadier General In the Air Force Approval came only after the 3cntagon changed his mobillza ion assignment to a desk Chairman Richard Rus sell said the committee vas unanimous in approving the promotion after it was disclosed that the World War I bomber pilot would be as signed to public in any mobilization emergency than to the Strategic Air Commands 15th Air as chief of See Page 3 Two Egyptian Spies Killed By Israeli Unit July 11 UPI An Israeli army patrol killed two Egyptians an captured one Wednesday in the most serious border flarexjp h several the an nounced The new trouble caught Israe in between Pre mlerDesignate David BenGur Ion was rushing efforts to sup ply the nation with a care taker An army spokesman said th al armed with sub machine were cncountere In the western Negev When ordered to the Ired machine guns at the pa the spokesman I he ensuing evchange of fire two Egyptians were killed an a third was wounded and cap See Page 8 Juno Flop Is Third In Row CAPE Fla July Army Jun II rocket with a tion probing satellite on Its tl LOOKS LIKE NEW EXTRA SESSION DUE Severance Tax On Natural Gas Is Instructed July 16 tJP Thl ouae turned back for e third straight a com romise tax bill approved by e The action signalled the call a third special session arring some last minute leglsla ve miracle before adjourn ent at Senate Approves The Senate approved 248 a 180 illion dollar compromise tax ill recommended by a split int conference The House then voted 8366 i turn down the conference ommittees report and ask for ew compromise The House directed that con erees be instructed to work for severance beneficiary tax on atural gas of mills per ublc not applicable to The motion to in truct carried Other Efforts Full An effort to instruct the con Tees to eliminate the propos d one per cent increase In na ural gas production taxes and nake no increase at all failed The House vote on the center exploded on blastoff th third space and mlssi firing failure here in 24 hour The space usual reliable Army Jupiter with a xillary clusters of solldprope ant to have hur led an Explorer VI satellite i to orbit for scientific purpose But it was engulfed in a ba of flame at the moment The Air Force failed In a fou hour attempt early today to fi its troubleplagued Atlas ICB and the Navys experiment Polaris designed for fl Ing from had to 1 destroyed 60 seconds afti launching See Page 8 Ltoldfine Enters tfolo Contenders Plea Thursday July l8 textile tycoon Bernard Goldfine today with drew his plea of not guilty11 to contempt of Congress charges and placed himself at the mercy of a federal district Goldfine pleaded nolo which no Federal Judge James Mor ris accepted the plea and refer red Goldfines case to the court probation officer for as prompt a recommendation as possible on what Goldfines sentence would Government Prosecutor Wil liam Hltz opposed acceptance of the revised He said the Justice Department opposes such generally and that Goldfines wllfull c flance of House Investigators did not make his case the rich giftgiving friend of Sherman for mer top assistant to President was Indlctea for contempt of Congress after he refused to answer questions about his financial affairs dur ing a House probe last sum He contended the ques tions were not Adams resigned his Whlto House job after it was testified during the investigation that he contacted government agencies on behalf of Goldfine and ac cepted gifts from the Boston Defense Agency Under Fire July 16 UPD The Defense Depart ment was under fire on two con jressional fronts One House Armed Services subcommittee was Investigating charges thai armed services isled men have lo do de grading jobs as servants of of And Edward Hebert chairman of another subcommittee looking into de fense charged lhal Ihe Pentagon was sidestep the trying to Charles assistant secretary of told the manpower subcommltlee that Ihe use of enlisted men as of ficers aides is based on a def inile need and on jusllflable He de meaning or degrading in the and said many GIs seek customs and denied there is anything such There have been complaints thai enlisted men have been pressed into such jobs as baby aitting anrt subcommittee has been investigating charges thai retired military officers and for mer government officials em ployed in defense industry have exerted Influence on behalf of their It also has been looking inlo alleged waste n the defense Hebert said the defense de partment is trying to keep re ports and records from Ihe gen sral accounting which overseas government If there is nothing why cover up he Other congressional develop ments Steel Sluarl Syming ton urged in a Senate that President Ei senhower set up a panel to study both sides of steel slrike Symlnglon said in negollallons lo date matters would seem to have gone Television A Senate Com merce subcommltlee finished hearings on certain types of re lay In Ihe closing Gale McGee D charged lhat Ihe Federa Communications Commission Is shirking its responsibility1 In the FCC Chairman John Doerfer said the commission ers have not assumed control 01 community antenna television because Its none of our busi Labor reform Tho House ibor Commltlee conllnued de bale of Ihe Senalepassed iabcf reform wilh members dlf ering sharply on how slrong the measure should Repub ican members were reported to lave agreed secretly on a tough er substltule The big ssue was whether Ihe bill should make cerlain changes in TaflHarlley Rivers and harbors Th9 House began debale on a rivers and harbors au Backers predicted certain passage because the mea sure won the unanimous ap proval of the House Public Works Committee and contained no projects opposed by the El senhower A later bill will have to provide the actual Medical care A spokesman for the National Relired Teach ers Associalion and Ihe Ameri can Association of Retired Per sons opposed a plan lo provlda free medical care for social se curlly Elhel Percy Andrus told the House Ways Means committee thai Ihls would take away elderly folks free dom of She suggesled in Page 8 ;