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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - July 21, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHER LOCAL cloud iness with scattered thundershowers through Wednesday no important temperature Thermometer Readings 8 9 11 12 1 2 77 80 83 86 1 89 90 91 Complete Weather Report on Market LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS IN TERN ATION ALAP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er motors and steels convertibles trad ing CHICAGO slack ening Corn cntract strong scattered short COVPI to 50 cents lower top steers strong to 25 cents lover top 38 JULY 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS West End Futile Geneva Talks Little Rock Police Bar Newsmen At Schools MO INCIDENTS LONE STAB Navarro county boys received the Lone Star highest Thursday night in Austin in iiniiual Lone Stai FarwieV Banquet heldat the Future Farmers of America State conven They are upper Jerry son of and 801 13th street upper right Nicky son of and Roane lower left Wayne son of and Curtis and lower Billy son of and James vocational agriculture teach er at Corslcana High accompanied the group to the con East Germany Is Real War Threat LOS July 21 UPI Frank Bartholo president of United Press said today that the biggest real threat of war exists in the person of the Com munist boss of East Bartholomew said that on a recent trip to Russia he had found no indication of war pre There were no air raid shelters in Moscow arid no airraid he Observing Bluff There has never been an air raid he Nothing in the press indicates that war is The people are told that they will be successful in completing the 7year plan and the government will be success ful in preventing My own personal is that we are observing the perpetration of the greatest military bluff in the span of written international Bartholomew in a speech prepared for delivery to the Los Angeles Advertising that a real threat of war does I think it lies in the person of Walter secretary of the Communist party of East Germany and the Communist boss of that unfortunate section of his Itchy TriggerFinger Bartholomew interviewed Ul bricht in his motheaten East German empire and said he was a curious about whom Westerners should know as much as because he may loom of increasing import ance in our scheme of things Dont take your eye off that See WAR Page 10 New Placement Law To Be Used By Latest Board By JOHN HASLAM LITTLE July 21 UPI Little Rock Police hief Gene Smith today barred newsmen from the grounds of Central and Hall High Schools as students began registering for the fall The Little Rock school board lad given newsmen and photo raphers the run of the campus of Hall and with the agreement that they would not try to get into the registration rooms until Blamed For Trouble Pointing a finger at Bernie covering Hall High School for United Press Interna Smith said You and these damn other newspapermen are the ones that are giving us all the Im not going to have the same thing happen here this year that happened in Newsmen reminded Smith that they had permission of the school board to report they saw on tho campus until when they would be per mitted to enter the fieldhouses where registration was in pro See LITTLE Page 9 More Showers For Most Of State Rains ranging from a half inch at Roane to two inches at Dawson were recorded Monday and Tuesday Reports indicated that the rain fell slowly and soaked into the ground with little Chambers creek was rising Tuesday but was still within Its fed from the heavy rains Sunday in Ellis and other counties on its It Is not expected to overflow in this Richland had risen some but was not expected to Chambers measured feet at the Highway 31 crossing east of Corsicana Tuesday morning and was still rising at midmorn Rains were reported as fol lows Corslcana Inch Lake Cor Kerens 1 12 inches Blooming Grove Frost Dawson 2 Inches Rice 1 Emhouse Roane Rich land More than hundred persons attended the Corsicana chambci of commerces livestock grading linic Tuesday at the Corsicana Commission Bob Wright presided at the at which various grades of calves were examined weighed and otherwise Lin chairman of the chambers agricultural com welcomed those present and expressed pleasure of the By The Associated Press Texas monthlong cycle of wet weather continued Tuesday as earlymorning showers fell in East and Central Texas The moisture poured from thunderheads along a line from Tyler to San Forecasts called for a continu ation of the showers and thun derstorms through Wednesday in most parts of the Scattered thundershowers were See Page 9 Legislature Sessions Costs Top launch AtomPower Merchant Ship CATTLE GRADING CLINIC Navarro County ATTRACTS CROWD TUESDAY Bank Deposits Hit High Total fellow Officer Forced To Kill Wild Policeman July 21 resort town police man was shot to death Monday night while sitting on a hospit al bed holding a gun in the side of his girl Moments before Southern policeman Ralph was felled by two shots from Pinehurst assistant police Chief MedU ipparently atempted to shoot ils girl Dorothy of Southern The victims shot went causing a superficial flesh vound to a di vorcee and whom Southern Dines Police Chief New said Medlin had been dat Then Frye shot killing vledlin almost instantly when me of the bullets struck Med in in the head as he sat on Clippards hospital Frye and other officers had answered the Moore County Memorial Hospitals call for help when Medlin rushed into hospital brandishing a Curbing News Ruled Illegal July 21 UPI The local police com nission has lost a battle lo keep news from the Attorneys hired by the city uled last night that the com mission decision to restrict re ease of news was Among the opponents of the ommissions restriction order vere the Hartford the Hartford Courant and the ipringfield Daily SOMEBODY GOOFED July 21 UPI Judge Donald Dhlllips thought he had good casons Monday to plead for air conditioning in the county Then the radiators n the courthouse were discov ered steaming full Through Merriment UPf White House Ikes Domestic Views Leaked chamber in being able to offe the which is aimed a helping the stock raiser in learning more about the good and bad points of the animal he A weight guessing contest held as part of the program was won by Wright o who guessed to tin pound the aggregate weight o five Sec ond place winner was Frank four pounds below that and third was Bil ten pounds below the Prizes were awarded the three top winners in the Among the experts presenl and taking part in the progran1 were Doug associate professor of animal husbandry at Texas who di See Houston Hove On Integration Draws Protest July The Houston School Board has turned its desegregation prob lems over to its The board Monday night In structed attorney Joe Reynolds to handle the No sug estlons nor recommendations on the course to be followed were Federal Judge Ben Connal y has ordered the board to file by 17 its plan for desegre gation if such a plan Three plans have been placed Before the board but none has been Reynolds said he will place all three plans before Monday nights action drew opposition from Charles first negro ever to be elected to the school White said the boad should shoulder the responsi bility that is She said 3onnallys order to desegregate is delegated to the school ells Liict and not to the Dallas Invaded By Fire Ants July 21 state and local authorities plan ned action today to halt an in vasion of fire ants reported in northwest Officials said colonies of the insects have been found in sparsely settled areas near the city The ants have an unusually gainful bite which sometimes a fatal to humans and is usual y lethal to small They destroy young trees and wildlife and lave been blamed for the deaths Domestic July Eisenhower gees no chance of a real tax cut during his 18 remaining months in office even though he hopes for a Treasury surplus of two to five billion dollars in fiscal The chief executive feels that the government should have at least one year of a solid sur plus under its money belt be fore considering a material tax By the same the Pres ident regards any general tax including a national sales as beyond current con sideration lest public resentment set off a wave of tax law eva sion reminiscent of the wide spread reaction to the whiskey prohibition law of the 4 By virtue of an excellent It was possible today to present the Presidents views on a number of domestic mat ters ranging from taxes and the steel strike to 1960 politics and the Tennessee Valley Here are some of his more pro nounced views on the home front I Is reluctant to use the TaftHartley in the current strike because he does not believe the 80day cooling off period that could be invok ed under the statute would re sult in the production of much His point is that labor and management have both dug in for the strike and there re mains nothing to cool Until steel shortages produce a gen uine national ie wants the government to refrain as far as possible from any ac tion that would impede free bargaining between the union and the is determined to produce a surplus of federal revenue over expenditures in fiscal 1961 even though higher costs of production and serv ices for the government and builtin increases in certain long term federal programs push federal spending from the esti mated billion dollars for this fiscal year to the neighbor hood of 80 billion next the Republi cans show unexpected signs of selecting a candidate far to the See Page 10 Foreign July 21 UPI President Eisenhower believes the increasingly tough Russian tactics at Geneva in volve an effort to split the United States and Great Bri plus an overriding Soviet fear of a resurgent Germany and a powerful Red The chief executive is deeply concerned even more pessi mistic than he was a month ago the Russian roadblocks to successful negotiation at the Big Four foreign ministers It is possible to report Eisen howers views on the troubled international scene today with excellent He does not believe the de visive tactics of the Russians will even though the British are much more con vinced than the Americans and the French that the only Rus sian who can work out a Ber lin settlement is Premier Nikita Eisenhower has some doubts that Khrushchev really wants a summit He may get Bank deposits in Navarro county at the last call June 1 by the Federal Comptroller and the State Banking department totaled while add ing the deposits of the Wor tham and Streetman lo cated near the Navarro count the total is hiked to Following are the deposit statements of the banks in this area as of June 10 First National Corsi State National Corsl First National Kerens First National Dawson Citizens Stale Frost First State Blooming First National Rich First State Powell Stale Powell First National Wor First National Street Mueller Given Nomination As Commerce Chief July 21 UPII President Eisenhower oday nominated Under Secre ary of Commerce Frederick Henry Mueller lo be Secretary of Mueller succeeds icwis former Atomic Energy Commission chairman vho resigned after his nomlna lon was rejected by the The nrw appointee who is 65 ears was a Grand furniture manufacturer noforp he became Assistant ecretnry of Commercp for Domestic Affairs in He named Under Secretary last During World War Mueller served as president and general nanager of Grand Rapids a group of wood pro Jucts manufacturers who pool ed their facilities to make troop carrying gliders and othnr air craft equipment needed in the See Page 10 BARGK HITS BRIDGE PORT A barge loaded with shell swung out of control Monday night as it passed under the ablne Lake Causeway and iuiocked the bridge control into 35 feet of Otis Jaul of Johnson Bay the was miss ng and presumed more information on this point after Vice President Richard Nixon arrives in Moscow later this Nixon will have no power to negotiate cur rent points of difference with the Soviet but should Khrushchev put forth any pro posal of substance for ending the EastWest the Vice President will relay it to the President The Presidents mood Is not one of tense anxiety over the need for immediate He knows that another communist blockade of West Berlin is pos but he remains calmly convinced that Russa does not want a nuclear He sees the EastWest problem over Germany as one of continued but with constant readiness on the part of the West to deal with any situation Russia might precipitate over Eisenhower still insists that before he agrees to a summit there must be what he regards as decent progress by the foreign ministers in See Page 10 HEAD ON CRASH KILLS drivers prepare to remove bodies of two of the five persons killed in a head on crash of two automobiles near Sterling Ten other passengers in the autos were several AP Wirephoto July 21 The launching of the first atom powered merchant Savan was hailed today as a bold and enterprising experiment in the daring and distinguished annals of American science and Acting Secretary of Commerce Frederick Mueller set forth that view in an address few minutes before the Savannah slid down the launch ing The Presidents wife was there for the traditional ceremony of giving the ship its name and sending the Savannah into the It is the countrys first nonmilitary atomic Another Clif ford Case said the Savannah was only the begin ning of development of nuclear vessels of all He noted that elsewhere in the building yards work was under way on a nuclear submarine and that Con gress is considering a proposal for the Navy to build a second nuclear powered aircraft car After the Ei senhower was to strike a bottle See Page 10 Say Contractor Tried To Kill Pair Of Women LOS July 21 UPI A wealthy building contractor was booked Monday on suspicion of attempting to murder his wife and motherin law bv pushing them off a 450 foot Robert also is ac cused of beating the two wom en after they tumbled from the plunging car apparently with out suffering serious The area was saturated with asoline from the who was held in the prison ward of General Hos had the autos gas tank rilled and bought an extra five gallon can of gas shortly be fore the police His told police Briggs insisted last week she make out her will and name Ilim Both Briggs and her Mary suffered numerous cuts and bruises but apparently escaped serious Briggs said she and her who have three jot along She was at a loss to explain his She said he invited her and her mother out for a drive yester day after stopping for halted the car at the edge of a saying the engine was He left the car got out and opened the she He stood there a mom came back and without saying a word reached In and See Page 9 July 21 UP The House passed by voice vote to day a mammoth general appro priations bill and agreed to dip another out of a specia fund to pay the growing costs of the current The Senate likely will substi tute its spending version later today and send the bill back to a joint conference where the budget will await legislative passage of a tax bill to pay the price Representatives rejected 104 22 an attempt to alter the farm market road finance Fort Worth Scott McDon aid offered an amendment which would have removed the 30 mil lion dollar farm market pro gram from the General Revenue Tony said the amendment will wreck the farm market Mc Donald answered that it would only reduce it by about 11 per Then representatives voted 10223 to take another from the cigarette tax fund to See Page 9 Atlas Firing Called Success But Thor Flops CAPE July 21 Atlas inter continental ballistic missile streaked BiOOO miles early f In first successful tesi flight of the big war rocket ir months but its performance was marred two hours later by the spectacular explosion of the usually reliable Air Force The Air Force announced four hours later that the Atlas dunce cap nose cone was suc cessfully recovered in the pre selected impact area near the Ascension Islands in the South The Alr Force said it was the first lime a fullscale Atlas nose cone has been re covered at ICBM range of The silvery 82foot lenvlly equipped with specia troubleshooting vault id from its pad with a mighty at It ap larently was the first Alias to fulfill all test objectives after five straight At the In termediate range Thor lifted rom its pad and climbed smoothly Into the clear but See Page 10 Atlantic Cuts East Texas Oil July At lantic Refining cut the price of East Texas crude oil Mon day 20 cents a barrel to Atlantic said Its price for Enst Texas crude was out of line with what it pays for oth er crudes and the reduction was necessary because it cannot continue to pay this Other major buyers In the field continued their STATEMENT BY GROMYKQ Soviets Refuse To Alter Terms On Berlin Peace July 21 UPI The West today threatened to break off the Big Four foreign ministers conference in a mat ter of days unless Russia stops blocking a Berlin truce with un acceptable side Diplomats said the end could come possibly Gromyko Evasive The Western foreign minist ers bearded Soviet Foreign Min ister Andrei Gromyko during a threehour private lunch at his villa and demanded flatly whether he would refuse to sign a Berlin truce without strings Conference sources said his answer was neither yes or No progress was made at tho a spokesman said The Western ministers warn ed Gromyko that If he con tinued to Insist on tying his demand for an allGerman com mission on reunification of Ger many to the question of a Ber lin the West was pre pared to end the eightweek old talks in the next few Can End QuiclUy There was a possibility tho talks could end after a plenary conference session Wednesday If Gromyko continued his stone wall v he would statement See Page 9 Walter Charges Reds Training Saboteurs July 21 Francis Walter said today the Kremlin has sent orders to Communists to ntenslfy training of key revolu ionarles in subversion and chairman of theHousa iommitteo on UnAmerican Ac tho statement in opening committee hearings on Communist training Walter said that In May of year James Jackson whom he described as one of he top Communist conspirators operating In tho United eturned here from Jacksons orders from tho which have now been ransmltted to the comrades in the United are to Intcnsi y the training of key revolu ionaries In subversion and Walter The committee chairman also said the committed has under subpoena the educational di rector of the Communist Hyman Lumer we have earned from our field in is now supervising he secret training programs in key centers of the nation In vhich select comrades are giv en specialized training in con See Page 10 Kassem Invited To Moscow July Premier Nikita Khrushchev has invited Iraqi Premier Abdel Karlm Kassem to visit the Soviet Bagh dad radio said The broadcast said the Invi tation was announced by Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister Vassily head of a Russian delegation visiting Baghdad for celebrations of the first anni versary of the last years July 14 Kuznetsov made the Invita known at a Baghdad news conference In which he also re fused to rule out absolutely the possibility that Iraq might be ranted nuclear weapons by the Russians if it wanted Baghdad radio The Soviet delegation head revealed that the invitation to Iraqi leader was brought to Baghdad by the Russian dele gation in the form of a private etter from Khrushchev to Kas The question of nuclear according to the came up in connection with another announcement of a Soviet gift to Iraq made by He said the Russian had de cided to give an anniversary resent to the Iraqis In the form of a fullyequipped secon dary school valued at ru bles at the officially pegged exchange Kuznetsov then was asked whether the Soviets had sup plied Iraq with nuclear He replied that this delega tion did not carry with It a list of articles supplied to Iraq un der the economic agreement be tween the two July Egypts semiofficial Middle East News Agency said today 850 persons have been killed in a week of Communist Incited battle In the Iraqi oil center of Earlier reports had estimated the toll of the Kirkuk outbreak at 20 to Western observers believed the lower figure was the more likely of the At the same a Moscow broadcast quoting Baghdad newspapers blamed the trouble In Kirkuk on the provocative actions proTurkish ele Baghdad reports speculated that Premier Abdel Karlm Kas sem may be preparing to crack down on Iraqs In New NBC released a report from Cairo correspon dent Welles who just returned from saying Kassem Is consulting secretly with deathsentenced leaders of Iraqs old regime on current notably the question of news learns on excel lent authority that the secret police boss for Iraqs overthrown monarchy recently submitted a 200page report on the Iraqi Communist party Han gen former foreign now jailed under sentence of Is secretly advising Pre mlerKassem on foreign Iraqs most brilliant staff offi also condemned to leaves his jali cell regularly to confer with Kassem In small hours of the An earlier Middle East News Agency dispatch said Iraqi Air Force planes have bombed posi tions held by Communistback ed rebels In Mena also reported that 80 Iraqi officers had been arrest ed and 400 demobilized becauso of a defection of part the army in There was no Immediate con flrmation of the report See Page 9 ;