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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - June 2, 1959, Corsicana, Texas IV u li U I tl s iT IK A 1 I t T THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Wednesday with scattered ahow ers and thunderstors no important temper ature Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 U 12 1 8 70 70 71 76 78 80 82 Complete Weather Beport on Market Ho me of the Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Morning MARKETS AT A GI NEW June profit taking hits gov ernments mill buy CHICAGO export buy ing and short old crop months slightly lower moderate to 35 cents lower top steers steady to 50 cents lower top LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONALAP TELEMATS 308 JUNE PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS June 2 UPI Republican leaders left the White House today with the impression that President Eisenhower has no major ob jections to the revamped defense appropria tions GOP house leaders also said they gave the chief executive a prediction the Hous would pass the measure without making further substantial Lengthy debate was slated to begin on the House floor The bill carries less than Eisenhower While the cut was only about one per the House Appro priations committee reshuffled funds to provide a major shift ing of emphasis on various mili tary In an interview before debate began chairman George Ma hon of the House De fense Appropriations subcom mittee Isued a stern warning against placing1 too much em phasis on building forces for fighting a limited Mahon attacked this as a dangerous doctrine which would simply invite general War with nuclear The bill was discussed at the regular meeting of congressional Republicans with the House GOP leader Charles Halleck said the chief executive was told there would be efforts to amend the mea but it would be passed in substantially its present Depublicari whip Leslie Arends said the president didnt indicate he was satisfied See Page 2 House Bill To Put WatchDog On Foreign Aid June 2 House foreign af fairs committee today took steps to put a special inspec tor general In the state de partment to act as a congres aional watchdog over foreign aid Chairman Thomas Morgan said the new post was written into the foreign aid which is ex pected to be approved by the committee The House may take up the bill next Morgan said the new super is expected to be a partial answer to critics who claim foreign aid funds are be ing He predicted crea tion of the post would help thn foreign aid bill pick up support In The surprise action came aft committee members had ex pressed increasing concern over reports of waste and corruption In aid specifically in Southeast The inspector general would be responsible only to an undersecretary of His salary would come directly from Thunderstorm Warnings By The Associated Press Squall lines developed in West Texas Tuesday prompting the Weather Bureau to issue other severe thunderstorm fore cast for a large Scattered severe thunder storms with large hall and isolated damaging winds are ex pected in the approximate area 60 miles either side of a line from to San An gelo from 3 until 10 the warning That includes the south part of the South Plains and the Pecos Valley country east of the Included in the area were Big San Angela and tically the same area was placed under an alert Thundershowers peppered much of Texas hard on the heels of Monday night Meany Asserts Labor To Fight Hostile Forces NEW June 2 George president of the charged Monday that a declaration of war on thu political front should be or ganized laborsanswer to un friendly actions by the federal Meany oald that labor has fought on many battlefields for its rights and that it will not hesitate to throw its full force into the political fight against legislation harmful to We have had to fight be we had to fight the star vation method in the early days of this century and we had to fight company thugs and company judges and company he told some delegates to the 10th annual convention of the United Hat Cap and Milinary Work ers You would think that we had come to a day of when there could be coopera See Page 9 Halt Imports To Nicaragua June 2 Luis Somozas fighting off a mi nor airborne struck back at its business enemies today by suspending all im port This is a heavy blow for See FOREIGN Page 2 who must ship in EVEN HEROISM TAXED SAN June 2 John John eon is pondering the high cost of heroism honored by the postal de partment with a award for saving the life of a child whose cjothing was When he received the check he found had been deducted for income goods they Some buslnss men closed down their shops Monday in response to an ap peal for a general The strike call was issued by opposition parties in an effort to force Somoza to reduce tax es and import Somoza Monday night prom ised annihiliation of two plane loads of exiles who invaded Nicaragua Costa from neighboring weather outbursts which loosed hail and heavy rain on much of West The Plainview Lubbock and Muleshoe area caught the worst of the Mond Water swirl and into par views mam Muleshoe had unofficial re ports of up to 4 inches of SV BACK FROM SPACE Monkey and the Lubbock AvalancheAole is released from its life support capsule Journal said it had reports o heavy hail damage from eastward to the Muleshoe See Page 2 after a ride through space in the nose cone of a Jupiter missile launched at Cape a sevenpound another were recovered from the nose cone in the Atlantic Ocean miles from the launching The Army said Able died Mon day night during an operation for removal of an AP Wirepholo Monday Blow Damaging In June 2 burning propane gas tank truck exploded in a ball of hall and lightUire that seared firemen and a nmg lashed Corsicana and viclngroup of spectators kill ity late Monday afternoon and ing u persons and injuring Tuesday with inch precipitation recorded on the official government thermome Outside Frost only reported urabe rain with Dozens of firemen and onlook ers who had gathered at the scene of a highway accident miraculously escaped injury as the flames roared 300 feet June 2 UPI Town Marshal Bill broke up a routine town council meeting Monday night to hunt down a berserk gun man who killed the Marshals sister and critically wounded a teenaged The killer was his Ray a former mnntal patient who ran away from an Iowa Soldiers home Monday and threw this small farm community into near Killed was the elder Hard mans In SpaceTesting Monkey Dies During Surgery Retail trade committee any measThe force of the blast hurled bers of the Chamber of Corn Consome of the victims to their merce heard a report of sur siderable with little prising nature about the influx came east and south The blast also pitched the of nonlicensed peddlers operat tank truck 75 feet through the ing here and agreed to seek Lightning struck the Hillside A footdeep hole was ripped compliance with laws regulat Theatre south of Corsicana late across the A stone ing this type of and a Monday afternoon but did small taining wall was blown strengthening of ordinances K Another bolt peeled a telephone poles were knocked tree in the Northwest and trees uprooted and The committee under the ments in north but chairmanship of Iglehart no other damage there was re The explosion came 30 minajso W0nt on record favoring utes after Sun Gas Propane the observance of store closing Tornadic winds were reportCompany truck was involved in on July taking the position ed in south and southwest Coran accident with another truck that no attempt should be made A garage on South a rainslick hill about 11 to juggle this patriotic teenth street was unroofed while south of although from a business stand at Thirteenth and South Fif The stage for the tragedy was point it would be better foi teenth at the Joel Trimble iset when a school bus if it had not fallen on several trees were broken and The Trimble house was The gee Page 9 deputy sheriff said that con sidera ble tree damage was re1 ff corded as the blow continued XlfTllC to the west along West y HUE See DAMAGE Z RapistRobber Measure Carries Clips On Escapades June 2 one of the two monkeys which rode a missile 300 miles died Monday night the mcreasmff number of itinerwhne undergoing an operation ant peddlers flocking into CorLQr remova of a recording in sicana to sell everything from slrument Tne Army aald death clothing to major appliances and not fmm any effect jcwchy Jtnms tho fUght Uaelft The sevenpound Rhesus mon Bnstow said he had made afc a passenger in the nose survey of the situation and cone of a Jupiter rocket on a thcro are approximately 40 such L 500mile Bpace run eight or 10 of at tho Army Medical Re nell ony to while theLearcn Ft Knox remainder sell to whites on a down dollar a Army an electrode See Page 2 used In recording the mon keys physical condition during orsicana south down the steep hill stopl The store reprcsenta present agreed to close on July 4 and also to recommend that other business institutions do operator of Sherrills Department Store on East Fifth came before the committee to bring to the attention of panel members of June 2 swaggering teenager with ducktailed haircut who had June Hours for firemen and policemen in cities of more than popu lation will be reduced under a signed late Monday night by Price The bill was fought by the Pondering Loan Rate Hike June 2 UPI explored President Eisenhower with congressional on him press clippings detailing his past rr 71 M 7 T leaders Monday night the possl Texas Municipal League and i JbiHty of raising the legal limit nis DHSL Psrannnpq wni hp rf citV officials who obtained a nis past escapaaea was hem on interest rates on government by police They him of raping and robbing pretty housewife Monday two Ve to urge him to One porllcipant nt thn secret Gets Lions Meeting the flight had been Implanted just under the It was decided that the elec trode should be The Army said there was no indication that the animal Corsicnna will host the not be able to withstand irict 2X3 convention of TexaslsUch a minor During administration of an See Page J une V Weather Outlook Damp June 2 northeastern and Firemen and policemen have White House meeting said that The youth was also identified been hejd by the courts to be no conclusions were by two other young women officera as weU M city This informant said the possi the boy who accosted them at offlcers and since thcy arc billty of raising Interest coiling knifepoint on different occharged with the enforcement both longterm negotiable casmns attempted to rape I Of state the Legislature and shortterm savings was The treasury is unable to issue any more negotiable bonds has set maximum hours The Thomas Owen Mewages for such officers made a written Daniel and since ment admitting the robberyas He said the Legislature had which come in demonl sault of Monday nights the best opportunity to hear the nations because market in He left the 36yearold woman evidence on the terest rates have risen higher stranded in a cow pasture near It sets a maximum work week than the legal limit of 4 14 but was captured by for firemen In cities of per state troopers as he sped toto of 72 hours to The interest on savings bonds See Page 2 See Page 2 is fixed at 3 14 per Lions Clubs in That was the main prize brought back to Corsicana by seven members of the Corsica club who attended the nn nual convention of old District 2X In Waco last The old considered too bulky and widespread for was split into and labelled and 2X Corsicana members bid vfglmtddle Mlssistppi valley states orusly for the 2X3 first conare expected to have a warmer vention next and won than normal according to their putting on a specialthe weather bureaus 30day out lyprcpared act at the cue party which climaxed the it predicted that cooler than and following normal weather would be ex through with printedcard soliLerienced during the month in citation and personal the western third of the Werner mada the the exception of the west coast and northern border Attending from Corsicnna I where near normal weather was were Lion President Jay The south Atlantic Sam Jay Chapstates also may get some below Charles normni the bureau Roark Jay The outlook was for less than normal rainfall in the central Lion Wolens and Roark Mont District 2X3 includes a total of J2 besides Among the Ifirjrci clubg in the circuit are Pales Mex Hub bard and Neither Dallas nor Ennis are in June 2 President Eisenhower today In effect dared the Demo cratic Senate to make a test case of his nomination of Lew is Strauss as Secretary of He told Republican congress ional leaders who conferred with him at the White House that he had no intention of withdrawing the nomination even though Senate Democrats think they have the votes to repudiate Strauss was nominated last He previously served as chairman of the Atomic Energy It was In that post that the 63yearold financier made most of the Sen ate enemies now gunning for Tha nomination definitely will not be Dirksen The struggle will go Senate GOP Leader Everett Dirksen reported af ter the White House session that the President authorized him to make the announce He said Eisenhowers de cision will stand even if Strauss himself asks that his name be Senate debate on the nomina tion ic tq Wayne Morse and some of his colleagues have hinted strongly that they will tie up the Senate with an inde finite talkathon if such drastic action is needed to block confir The when and if it is expected to be Elsewhere in Congress today Public House Ap propriations Committee dealt Eisenhower another sharp bud get rebuff by voting funds to start seven new reclamation projects he had turned It also approved funds for planning 41 flood control and navigation projects the Presi dent had The action came on a public works appropriation which comes up for House debate Fri The committee offset its budgetboosting actions by trimming funds for other pro Tobacco The House Agri culture Committee approved a Senatepassed bill to freeze to bacco price supports at 1958 The measure is opposed by Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Unless the present law is changed the support for mula now in effect will up aubstantiaily send over the next few Committee Chairman Harold Cooley D said he hoped to get the measure to the House floor next Labor Albert chairman of the AFL CIO Ethical Practices Commit told a House labor sub committee the Senatepassed la bor union reform bill would jeopardize the entire trade union He said it contains punitive provisions masquerading as Defense The House open ed debate on President Eisen howers military money bill for the new fiscal year starting July 1 amid warn ings the United States would invite a big atomic conflict if It limits its war The warning was voiced by Chair men George Mahon D of the House Defense Ap propriations He attacked as dangerous doctrine arguments that military policy should give top priority to preparation for a small Floor fights brewed over riv al Army and Air Force antiair craft Farm The Senate is to de cide whether to a ceiling on price supporti a farmer could receive on his 1960 John Stennis is leading a fight to soften the He would require farmers to repay the government anything over The ceiling is part of the agriculture depart ment money The Senate ear lier approved maxi Science Data The House Space Committee was to hear of overtures by Red China for an exchange of scientific infor The witness was Miles director of biolo gical abstracts at the University of Pennsylvania who was con tacted by the Chinese Commu In major developments late Monday Budget The House shout ed approval of Its own 350 budget after just 30 min utes of Gross who normally fights for aaid it makers from building a dream palace for He re ferred to in the measure to pay contractors working on the Houses third ACCUSED CATTLE THIEF BACK FJIO3I ted William Douglas steps from Drig of Argentine liner Rio de la plata in New York He was turned over to the FBI far arraignment on a charge of stealing 28 head of cattle from a former employer in A warrant was issued for Douglas He wag found in Brazil and was order t IMJ See Page 2 cd expelled from Oreat Lakes and Ohio Valley states eastward to the Atlantic Subnormal precipitation also was expected in the far Above normal rainfall was predicted for the gulf and south Atlantic coast states and in the central Rocky Mountain and Great Plains critical condition with gunshot wounds was Don Authorities said Hardman ar rived at the home of his daugh ter Monday Neighbors said they heard the two arguing and then Miss Hardman screamed Please dont shoot Moments later there was a Miss Hardman was found lying on the front She hart been shot in the back with a guage The elder Hardman then went to the home of the Glen Neer about a block and threatened the lives of a number of according to Sheriff Don challenged Hardman and ran in front of the Rich ards There wag another shotgun blast and Don See Page 9 Killer Shows No Remorse At Parents Death June 3 UPI Clark captured Monday and put in a showed no remorse at bludgeoning his parents to with a wrecking J jerufiss Ill get tha electric he told But it doesnt make any They never gave me any free I was planning to kill them and run a 23yearold mental patient on leave from Supply Mental Institution to spend Memorial Day weekend with his was captured by a highway patrolman nt Union a small town southwest of Oklahoma The stalewide manhunt for Brillhart was touched off Sun day night when his Elmer and Florence were found beaten to death at their farm near Both were leaders In Oklahomas mental health Brillhart surrendered but officers put him in a strait jacket for the car trip back to He said he was a senior at Oklahoma State University last year when his parents put Sec Pago 2 Navarro Hills Funds In Bill June 2 Funds approved today by the House Appropriations Commit tee for Texas water projects of the Army Engineers and the Reclamation Bureau for the 12 months beginning July 1 budget requests of President Eisenhower in parentheses in elude Army Engineer projects Navarro Mills Waco Re BOLZ TARGET HOT REBUKE HERTER Open Session Too Long For Secret Talks June The Big Four Foreign Ministers Conference on the Berlin crisis hit total stalemate today at an angry meeting sparked by West ern charges of Secretary of State Christian Herter publicly rebuked Communist East German For eign Minister Lothar who turned flamered with an ger or West Kclmffed Soviet Foreign Minister An drei Gromyko rejected again as useless the sevenpoint Herter proposal for Berlin West German Advisor Wilhelm Grewe rejected the So viet program for par ticularly tho Russian plan to have symbolic forces of Rus sian troops join the Western Al lies In West Offers Bolz offered to guarantee tha inviolability of West Berlin as a free city if the allies would This was coldly re at the semipublic ple nary advised Bolz to read up on history before pro posing to instruct the Western powers regarding their rlghti in It was the first blunt Western attack on the East German dele and Bolz turned beet Herter did it diplomatically addressing his remarks to Gra myko who sat as Ha did not speak directly to Boll representative of a govern See Page J Blunt Remarks By Nacmillan Bolster Lloyd June 2 UPI Prime Minister Harold Mac millan said today he hoped to carry on his work with Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd for a very long time to Macmillans statement to par liament answered reports that Lloyd was being eased out of the foreign office by the prime Macmillans remarks came after was asked by Emanuel labor party and a former defense who was responsible for the inspired statement that Lloyd set for There were no Inspired Macmlllan Although I read the I hope I ami the foreign secre tary will carry on our work together for a very long time to The report on Lloyds suppos edly scheduled removal from the foreign office was carried first in Mondays Times of usually considered the most accurate source of Inside See Page June 2 The wife of Louisiana Earl Long signed papers to day restraining her ill husband from leaving a psychiatric clin ic Probate Judge Hugh Gibson The judge did not Immediate ly sign the The document calls for reten tion of Long in the clinic and affiliated John Sealy Hospital for his protection and that of Judge Gibson said the actual filing of the papers would take place A hearing to determine whether the governor should be committed to an institution must be held within 24 Clinic and John Sealy Hospital authorities point out that com mittment cannot be made to their One of the signers of the petition was Arthur a cousin of the governor and a physician from Baton the Louisiana An actual date for a hearing will be net as soon as medical documents are after the documents are signed by the judge would remain in protective custody until the The papers were drawn up by Theo prominent Galveston If the governor Is he is permitted to ask for an other On this occasion he could demand a jury The governor under the law may be represented by attor neys at all the He also can present independent The governor came ap parently not under his own last But once In Gal veston he walked into the hos pital hospital au thorities He was placed un der care of a noted psychia Titus Longs trip here followed vio lent outbursts before the Lou isiana and advice for extended rest from his per sonal A spokesman for John Scaly hospital said the stormy fiover nor cooperates with doctors making physical examinations but continues to resist certain lines of psyctatric Under Texas law a patient may be held against his wishes for only 96 96hour period will be up at midday The hospital would not define what lines of questioning the governor Long slept some without medication Monday a hospital bulletin said This contrasts with the previous when Long was The formal morning hospital bulletin was saying The governor had a reason ably peaceful slept and without Ob servation tests will continue to A hospital Install ed after Longs Illness hit said Long has two mnle nurses during the daytime and one at He aUo pointed out that John Sealy Hospital and its af filiated psychiatric clinic are not commitment indi cating that If an actual commit ment Is made it must be at another sources here and else where indicated that family through legal request his retention tor further Under Texas the gove See ;