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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - June 1, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Tuesday with widely mostly after noon and evening thundershowers no im portant temperature Thermometer Readings B 9 10 j 11 j 12 1 1 84 88 90 92 94 j 95 96 Complete Weather Report on Market Ho me of he OailKSunandSemiWwMy Morning Li MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW June 1 trading government de commission house sell CHICAGO lower late higher late higher to weak moderate top Slaughter steers steady to 50 cents higher lop LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS 307 JUNE 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS I i f ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft GENEVA BY LLOYD RUMOR Russian Access To West Berlin In Gromyko Plan June 1 West today angrily rejected a OF DEATHWorkman Robert left and Kinley isecret Russian truce deal that SOARING FOOD PRICES HELP TO FARMERS brick wall which fell and hmiPrt fitoria Rivera ot wousion at the McReynolds Junior High Three teenage boys admitted accidentally temporary Dushine over the wall as a student They said they were A threepoint demand on Ber Irvine to rock a school bus backed up near the wall by bracing hn by Soviet Foreign Minister themselves against the wall and pushing against the rear of Andrei coupled Witpnhntn with a report from London the AF Wnephoto British Foreign Minister Selthe 20 per cent increase in food wyn Lloyd would be prices over the past 10 sent the foreign ministers conthe House Agriculture Commit ference off to a shaky start of I j tee reported its fourth and crucial J it By RONALD NESSEN June 1 UPI Farmers got none of Thunderstorms Texas And Midwest There were reports of a sible British policy In the committee said in Secretary of a the prices paid to far State Christian Herter and mers dropped eight per cent dur French Foreign Minister Mauring the The amount the ice Couve De Murville met for average family paid for mid 212 hours of secret talk in dlemens marketing and pro Gromykos villa this cessing charges jumped 44 per No progress was achieved cent in the same From Sun Services ithe state would drop tempera1 a Western delegation Chairman Harold Cooley Tornadoes and torrential thunturos only said that the study battered portions of A home was virtually destroyed He said the West reiterated illustrates graphically the de the Midwest during the Memorial by fire in Abilene after it was more str0ngly to Gromyterloration of farm income dur LLlV Vu v 11 i i J il 11 Axl Day causing heavy struck by Hall caused ko that there wil bfi no yield damage and touching off local heavy damage to crops the ing on basic in Berlin Irby community nenr Haskell covered the and that the West Intends to remain in the damaging would soon nf OT nf nn pounded the I where hailstones Abilene area Sunday and ground spokesman claimed brought hail and the vicinity of Phantom LakeJsald the world Ahiipnps official rainfall was I southwest know Abilene s omcial ramiau was Rftinfall in the Abilene area in 1 But a West German spokes in the eluded inches at man at a news conference bit West lexas cityvmeasured as and assailed the Russian Her much as Scattered north of I See Page 5 showers and thunderstorms conA twister Saturday night kill tinued Monday morning in areas ed one man at around Mineral Abilene and destroyed An and San Angelo other tornado struck Saturday The WeatherBureau said alight at causing weak cool front moving through estimated damage to a printing Early a tornado swept through Marshall damaging parts of four commun See Page 10 fiveMonths Corsicana Rain Above Average Precipitation in Corsicana dur ing the first five months of 1959 exceeded the average rainfall by inch but it was distribut ed according to the swept the underground works London Insists Lloyd Days Numbered June influential Times of London said today that Foreign Secre tary Selwyn Britains chief negotiator at the Geneva m may be replaced aft Fllfl6 ISlBSt er the next British Generai Eiec IRON June 1 The newspaper said that belching hell of fire Prime Minister Harold Macmil ing recent years while other areas of the nations economy Supreme Court Delays Action On NA ACP Plea June 1 UPI The Supreme Court to day turned aside for the time bng an appeal by the National of the Sherwood iron ore mine May was the wettest month killing four miners and of the year thus far with injuring 27 inches as compared Several of the injured were with the average of reported suffering from burns April was also wetter than and sulphur poisoning caused average with as compared when a a large under xvith February exground room which had been ceeded the average for that mined out and walled off several period with but years collapsed Mith a January and March were Crumbling sulphurous slate January had only inch and spewed highly inflam March inch as compared able fumes which caught fire with the yearly average of and seared thelower works of and Many sections of Texas are far behind the average and DIES drougth conditions prevail in HOUSTON Lock both range sections and in publisher of Lock wood tensive farming Petroleum died of a Crops have not suffered for heart attack In World moisture in Navarro county and War II he was assistant direc look promising at the present tor of research for the petroleum administration of He found Trie annual rainfall is ed the Lockwood Oil Digest in Ian himself had given Lloyd the first unmistakeable hint that he will him as foreign secretary If the Conservatives should win the It said the reason for such a move would be the excessive burden of the job which in time could Association for tha ment of Colored Advance People NEW June 1 UPI wage negotiators resume their deadlocked contract talks Tuesday in an effort to head off the sixth postwar steel strike this Their chances of reaching n have experienced unprecendentlnew agreement before the July June 1 UP The 149 million dollar tax bill gets its first Senate public hearings at 2 It has no Senate Theyll decide on one later Price Daniel Itll be decided by not Theres still a chance to finish up this if the senators have the No Senate Sponsor No senator had offered to sponsor the measure backed by ed purchasing power and gen1 strike deadline appear very It increased speculation eral it the special session may again The study said processors and Last David McDonfail to solve the states fiscal marketing firms have been president of the United problems before the closing cessful in adding greatly inSteehvorkers admitted deadline some two weeks creased charges to the farmers more than two weeks of The State Affairs Committee product before they reach the Joint contract talks had resulted met quickly today after the In no Senate adjourned for the day to It said food was 20 per cent progress McDonald blamed the the National Labor Relations accusing the industry of failure to bargain in good The union wants substantial increases In wages and fringe notice of the wiping out any chance of the hearing beginning May Push Bill Dorsey Hardeman of San more expensive than 10 years try for the stalemate and said George Parkhouse of Dal ago and all the increase in tail to See Page 10 Menial Patient Sought Alter Parents Killed June 1 A piominent Oklahoma mental health worker and dairy farmer husband wore bludgeoned to death with a crowbar at their home near here Sunday Officers are searching the slate for their son who came home Friday on convalescent leave from a state mental hos The victims were Elmer Brill about and his wife State Crime Labor bill will strike di reau agents and highway patrolrectly at racketeering in OVER 300 ARE VICTIMS OF TRAFFIC Total Casualties Now Crowding 500Mark Total United Press International L careless motorists turned a carefree weekend into the blackest twoday Memorial Day holiday in Slaughter on the nations high ways mounted far above the pre vious record of 251 persons kill ed in a 64hcur Memorial Day holiday in The death toll also climbed far over the ITatlonal Safety Councils preholiday estimate that 260 would d le in traffic A United Press International count at EDT WITHled at least 300 killed in high This is way An additional benefits and has asserted its called the committee to gether minutes after Ben Ramsey assigned the bill to his 21man Abraham Zazen of Laredo made a motion the com mittee begin work Lets lay it out and continue hearings straight on he Other committee members in dicated they will seek to hold See Page 10 termination to stick by its Prospects indicate a long Steel customers are said to have enough steel on hand to weather a strike lasting 60 to 90 evldencft la growing See Page 10 Johnson Backs KennedyErvin Labor Measure Jurift Senateapproved Kennedy Balk 55 Dies Suddenly At Galvesion PUBLIC OFFICIAL NOTHING TO DO George who Is county 1101 drowned and 63 others died superintendent of schools for In miscellaneous accidents for Young He Is a public an overall total of official who has nothing to California recorded the heav and admits He is leading a test toll on the highways with campaign to get rid of Ohio counted 22 killed school superintendents in York 20 and Tennessee The National Safety Council blamed the record slaughter on extremely heavy travel and a rash of multiple death acci The which had hoped one of the most intensive police crackdowns on motorists In his tory would hold down the called the figures tragic and ITho toll offera a ties where they are not AP Photo Widow Appeals Jail Sentence On Family Aid NAAGP from conviction for contempt against a Georgia state The high held open the door for the NAACP to bring the case back for a discus sion in the In it held today that since the amount of the fine is still unsettled in the lower this was not the time for supreme court The NAACP was judged in contempt for failing to produce financial records for the Georgia Department of Origi a fine of was im posed against the organization but further proceedings might bring revision of the The court noted in its brief order that no fine has been undermine the s e c r e t arys finally determined and ns n 1 I 4 The order said the Informed British sources NAACP win be eligible to bring quickly denied that Macmillan the case back when the judg had discussed any such ment becomes final or the You can knock that on theLurisdiction of this court may I k f M rffe A J I f one source The official spokesman at the prime ministers asked to comment on the declared Good its mere newspa per We are not go ing to say anything ori the rec ord on The article in the Times whlch often reflects the official See Page 2 Half Of Cotton fn 50 Counties June tj The Commerce Department viewpoint although it is aid today that 60 counties pro tlcally independent See Page 2 caused more than half the bales of cotton produced June 1 ff doctor indicated today that Earl Long of Louisiana re fuses to cooperate with hospital authorities in psychiatric treat John adminis trator of John Sealy Hospital Every attempt Is being made to achieve his co operation with continuing stu He would not explain Long spent a somewhat restless Truslow An air National Guard plane flew the governor here from Baton Saturday af ter Longs health broke under the strain of He was flown here after tan trumlike outbursts before his home state in a medical bul Until his status Is he will continue on supportive The aoc tor defined supportive treat ment as keeping a patient quiet and comfortable not ment for a specific The Galveston Dail o1 an unnamed News reliable source as sayine Long had a coupU of violenf jpelli Sunday and is under the care of two male nurses in a private Members of Longs family and his physician visited him Sun Truslow said the bron chial condition is clearing He had been suffering from that ailment when In Baton Gov Lether Frazar took over as act ing amid a awirl of statehouse repercussions to Longs dramatic His Russell Long appeared before a stormy legislative session Sunday night to explain that the governors health had brok en down under the strain of he son of late Lisiana political leader Huey said his uncle may be away for a considerable period of The duties and burdens of his office have been more than he could the senator The senators talk touched off turbulent reactions in the Six representatives had opposed hearing and because of the the in the nation lat Of the 50 counties that pro duced of the 24 are in The largest producer was Fresno with 031 The top Texas counties were senator three times started Hale walk The governor slipped out of roubl men scaled off the area around Sen Lyndon Johnson of 3229 West Seventh Navarro Junior leaderlColiege department died Hobart in the search for their said Tne Senate majorit Sheriff Pete Peters outnned the bill and his re aof a heart attack in Galveston said young Brillhart told aLona for supporting it in hia late Sunday Rollie that weeklv broadcast transcribed for Ballew had been with NJC V v 4 t 1 J 11 mm J 4 he had killed his Then Texas radio since the year following he drove off in their 1956 two Johnson said he has received the establishment of the institu tonR blue considerable mail since the 901 He wasinstructor and head Wayne superintendvote whicn sent the bill to the of the department of Industrial ent of the Western State Mental jjouae and prior to joining Hospital at There is no room In AmeHthe Navarro was connected said young Brillhart was jjfe f0r the Slate Home school here Ballew was a graduate of the ted to the hospital last 26 See Page 10 Court Business Mainly Routine The commissioners court met ganlzed labor or anywhere Johnson I believe this bill will mark a major step in throwSouthwestern Junior College at ing out hoodlums and near and held B s and M Sl decrees from he Johnson will North Texas State help insure control of unions by The family was in Galveston dedicated working men the weekend and Ballew Is and reported to have suffered a heart Johnson reviewed what he attack and died in the Monday in regusaid wcre many good reasons gency room of the John Sealy lar session to dispose of routine I a dozen or why this bill Hospital in B i 4 I tf I I i The feasibility of thejWEW IP Surviving are his widow a county purchasing a new mimeo He noted the sections proaon both of Cor graph machine was hibitine exconvicts from seralcana two foster and Lloyd California Grand and other Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 4 from the First Methodist of which hn was longtime BLOOMING June ijwilh the rites to be conducted County Judge Kenneth Douglas said he endorsed the purchase of such a machine but no action was Bills from the general and regular road and bridge fund were approved as presented by County Auditor John Approval was also given to the See Page 10 Blooming Grove Favors Bonds county treasurers report for Blooming Grove Wesley pas past two balloted overwhelmingly New In the commissioners day for the issuance of Burial will be In Oakwood court chambers In the courthn revenue bonds to finance house was a plugin type teleconstruction of water system will phone which members of the court will use during The vote was 92 in favor of Several calls were received durthe revenue to 9 1 UPI mu 11 M to everyone concerned The widowed mother of four wlth hiffhw safet to fit amall ivna J See Page 10 small children wan released on bond today pending her ap peal from a twomonth Jail sen tence for taking1 in sewingto supplement her wel fare The British home office aaid it understood the appeal was made this Efthlhla whose story stirred up public protests across won the support of the Anglican trade unions and some lent death in Texas over the Mo members of Firemorial Day men in the national fire brl The Associated Press tallyi gade took up a collection to which began Friday at 6 Ai Least 24 Are Killed By Texas Violence By The Associated Press At least 24 persons met vlo help with her and continued through Sunday Magistrate Geofrrev Rose at showed 11 dead In convicted the widow of making traffic four drown false representations to national assistance welfare pay other Latest deaths Included Benjamin was found dead In his rooming house at Gatveston A hose led from a gas jot to a plastic bag nbout his Mark son of and Marshall drowned In a Houston swim ming pool A rifle bullet killed Charles of in northeast Harris County ear ment for herself and her four three of whom are ill See Pago 10 SchoolAgers Gain Steadily June 1 UP The number of school age L rcn In the United States Is exlv Tho same bullet pccted to increase by more than wounded Ray 24 also five million during the next of Police held a four to reach a total of 33 nearly 49 Joseph Charles 83 of The Census making Houston drowned at Galveston public these estimates SuTndflf it L said the number of children about twecn the nges of 5 and 17 is waa noar BorEfir Sunday now the highest ln a two car Eight number on others wero It predicted the 1963 total will J W Balos 64 a deburne bfi See TEXAS Page 10 ing the meeting and some The bonds would finance im provements to the city water The court recessed before I the water sur noon until at which face and addition and time it was to meet as the counreplacement of water piping in trauss howdown ty tax equalization various sections of the the state aboard a Five Missionaries Heveal Horrible Atrocities National Guard to enter thte Texas In the week he had twice rocked legislative cham bers with emotional diatribes against his political name calling and shouted After his his wife June 1 UPI The Senate began warmup debate today on the controversial nomination of Lewis Strauss to be com merce The issue was getting Senate Republican Everett Dirksen leader checked said he had suffered complete UPI By NORMAN CORNISH June 1 physical A congressional com mittee has charged Red CHina Long later flew to Galwitn horrible in She and other relatives eluding the torture of Christians are staying at the hospitals wno refused to surrender their faculty about a from the to The Communists murdered 30 Opponents of lord ofmillion people behind the Bani the bayou country like his broboo during the past 10 ther Huey before have y rF according to previously pointed out that the Louisiana SCcret testimony made public c permits removal of gov nor if he is incapacitated by They viewed his flight a I detailed to the House maneuver to block his Committee on un American since with Frazar already acting activitica alleged atrocities rival as they might face ing those of the more trouble in trying to The Rev TsinTsai now pastor of a Baptist church in over the The five Christian missionaries who fled from the The highstrung in said Chinese one vitriolic speech to the Christian are sent to self Legislature which ended with classes to be re See Page 11 educated by tha If the classes are not success he physical force is They stop the noses of the people and pour water into their Liu Every time the person he Another the Samuel now a church mission leader on For said at best the Com munists preach modernism in They take away the divinity of Christ and point out he wan a good a good example for the working people to he the he they substitute Lenin the Stalin the son and Mao Tse Tung the holy ghost for the Christian Cheng said the sisterinlaw of a member of the Chinese Na with the White House today tionalist House of Representajand said there was no indica tives was tied to five horses by tion the Iwould President Elsenhower withdraw the appoint One horse was tied to her Clinton Anderson CD he and the other one of Strauss strongest horses were tied to her arms had predicted yes and they went in alljterday that either the President would withdraw the nomination and The biggest horse ran and It or that the Senate would vote it just tore her body into Formal debate on the issue The blood streamed alt over the is scheduled to begin on Thurs public square and the people day House Commerce shut their eyes and They cornmittee approved the nomi could not stand to see nation by a vote of 9 to The testimony painted a grim Serii Gale McGee picture of life in the opened tnQ debate to where family units are comday With a third attack on pletely broken separating He said the former v husbands and chairman of the atomic energy The missionaries told the commission AEG made a committee the Chinese people brazen attempt to hoodwink are resisting the commune aystne cornmerce tem by destroying McGee referred to See 10 made by concerning a etter received from the attorneyled for a oneyear but generals office while he headit appeared some lawmakers fa ed the The senator said vored the longer Car Strauss made conflicting are particularly ments about the opposed to the Democratic Whip Mike Mansfield replied President Eisenhowlto administration criticism of Other congreaslonal develop ments Wheat er sent to the Senate for apnls proposals to revamp the proval the 1959 international eign ald Ho told the wheat under which Senate the United States could the United States and 34 other not apend away world prob countries endorse marketing lems nevorending grants quotas and The agreeof foreign Mansfield ment covers a threeyear urgect an cna to outright econo If approved and fully ratified His speech waa In It will go in effect July The answer to an attack on this pro new pact differs by actjnff foreign aid di rector Leonard Military Aid Erneitl DefenseA House floor fight Gruening DAlaska urged that oycr the relative merita details of this countrys mill he Force3 Bomarc and ary aid to Cuba be made pub NikeHercules anti Gruening said in a Senate alrcraft William speech it was a scandal Minshall said he would ask the chamber to cut 200 million dollars more from the Bomarc Houae Agrlcultura Committee said the entire 20 ape economic aid could be discussed but that a label of secrecy had been placed on military as Taxes There were tlons that Congress was consid automobiles President Eisenhower hai aak1 Boa CONG Page 10 ;