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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - June 3, 1959, Corsicana, Texas ri THE WEATHEB LOCAL cloudy and warm through Thursday with widely scat tered Thermometer Readings B 9 10 11 12 1 74 79 83 84 I 86 1 88 f PO Complete Weather Renort on Homeof Daily Sunard SemiWeekly Mornmd MARKETS AT A Gl NEW June er mttd govern ments general liqui CHICAGO higher scattered improved commercial with to 15 cents lower top steers steady to 50 cents lower top 309 LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN 1TED PRESS INTERNATIONAL JUNE PAGES AP TELEMATS PRICE FIVE CENTS l I r ffr I L fcX te LUBBOCK AND SNYDER GET WORST BLOWS Hard Downpours Leave Roads Flooded By The Associated Press Blasting winds and cloudbursts in parts of West Texas took one life Some homes and business houses suffered high water Wind de struction to Snyder alone reach ed half a million Victim of a drowning was Addie about a She and three other persons were trapped by a flash flood when they sought to cross creek in an automobile near The others Funnel Sighted One Slaton witness said he Baw a tornado funnel but the Weather Bureau said it was un able to confirm Heaviest damage occurred in Snyder and Three persons suffered in juries i BEMAINS OF GAg PROPANE TRUCK requiring first aid at Onlookers view the carriage remains of a pro More than 200 persons fled e truck that caught fire and exploded their homes at Snyder when ft coHision wjth a tractortrailer truck high water threatened from a flash flood on a New Homes Damaged Police Dispatcher Allen Owens 150 persons fled their homes City with one voted approval Tues day of a resolution wherein it accepted the offer of the two sewer line Steed Construction and Elm Fork Con to extend their re spective maintenance bonds an additional 90 days beyond the expiration dates wherein any joints found defective due to poor workmanship will be prop TWO TWO INJURED WHEN CAR COLLIDE wdown June 3 UPI The West is studying a new plan which would establish an EastWest appeals commission over the access routes to Ber ALSO DENIES STEEL STAND ANTILABOR Wants Congress To Pass Curbs On Racketeers June 3 UPI President Eisenhower said today that the Geneva For eign Ministers meeting had not erly repaired without I Two persona were kmed andlwas owned by Jess Todd of Hn nnd illclude East and West In his made suffU Result Of Conference two others slightly injured at Mauldin was unGermans on informed sourccjenfc progress to warrant hold Reading and City Tuesday east of The truck was damaged es reported o allTWlwlf Attorney Don Pevehouse had field when a car and two trucks an estimated The sources said the Western conferred with two contractorsUvere involved in a The 1949 Chevrolet Big Three and West news confcrencn in and the consulting engineers Jose and his driven by Jose was are considering such an offer weks to Tltnnnn I ntinnanrl Jtt rr rtnat fVtA 4trt n I i i i fcUI the Reaves and Greg113yearold Jose east when the on May 18 in Port were pronounced dead on vehicles The car and worked out the agreement arrival at the Memorial on the extension proposal which pital in a Griffin After the truck struck was submitted by the two conThese are the seventh and automobile occupied by tractors in separate eight traffic fatalities In the car which had been the subject of varro county during a previous private conference Two younger aged by city and aged receiv The mayor read anew to the led abrasions and bruises on the commission the Steed left and Construction company noted that and received treatment at the ing a his three re n t n e he Wa3 wmmg to define Foreign Ministers conference on satisfactory progress rather lib one unyielding condition But even be the Russia guarantees Wes t e r n meeting going on now had not rights in West Berlin and free yet produced sufficient evidence access to the Ito justify planning for a top highway in front the background Eleven people are known AP Wirephoto T LI MI imntr agreement is based on the hospital but were not near The tank on the truck that aU I Highway Patrolmen esign and specified Crook and Marshall Souch Coml The accident occurred we assume no miles east of Chatfield on the The plan was still in study stage as East and went into another secvet ne gotiatingsession this With the conference now in the put up or shut up See Page 3 See Page 11 Hollifield Dies Wednesday While Hurling Senate Recesses For Tax June 3 The Senate recessed until Friday to day to clear the road for fast committee on the 149 million dollar tax This movecame as Price Daniels tax plan faced a make orbreak run through the power BLOOMING June 3 ful 2imember State Affairs SpU Jack Frost died of a heart Sen porsey Hardeman of San attack Wednesday at 11 chairman of the com a well at the Dresden urged the Ho He is reported to have been said he wanted all 31 members hunting on the creek nearby and of the senate to sit in on the with several had gone hearings which start at 2 to the well at the cemetery forLnd wnjcn are expected to con a drink of water and later as tinue all aay they sat on a was Hardeman said he thought the could send a fair and Funeral services were Incompr0per bill to the floor of the plete early Wednesday afternoon Senate in the Legislatures pending arrival of but search jor an answer to the will be held from the Brushie Senates spending and taxing Prairie Methodist church with problemSt He said since there burial In the Brushie Prairie was not mUch other business The services will be time would be best conducted by Lpent if senators attended the pastor of the Frost Baptist Our duty is to bring out the Hollifield was born si Lone best tax in compli Cedar and had resided south of ance with constitutional man Frost for many rather than making Surviving are his speed the determining Lucille Frost Hattie Furdon Betty Jo Cleburne two Roy and Preston Dallas four Dave Bloom ing Grove Loyd Daw son See Page S Singapore Free June officially ceased to Tom a British colony Sir and Nimmie William Goode stepped down as Houston four Cancrown governor and in nle Blooming Grove the queens representa Becky Lee Kuan secretary ry May general of the Peoples Action and Jewell is expected to form the don five grandchildren and first government for the self other governing state of Singapore McCormlck Funeral Service The new government is sched will Juled to be sworn in Friday Leon 39yearold responsibility for any fallurelgraveled road leading to thejnegro service station due to shifting of acts of Tom Weaver gravel pit near was crushed to death Tuesday or other factor Trinity about when his car is A 1956 Chevrolet tractor and reported to have fallen off a cable dump loaded with jack near the Rock Island was traveling drivLines underpass on the road to en by the Water Works Club and Mc See Page 2 See Page 8 Negro Found Dead Beneath Own Vehicle In County Can Vote Wet the level meeting later in the sum Hap Campaign USW Board Called feuPFiOf On Wage Deadlock Route The truck Kinney NEW June 3 The United Union called an emergencyjmgs Plans were outlined at a meeting of a steering committee Tuesday at 2 at the First for the June 23 declined to give any i about tomorrows meetelection when Corsicana voters but he did not rule ou Walter Justice of the conducted an investiga tion and returned a coroners verdict of accidental dcathV George Precinct was notified and with Vernon highway Jacked up the car and removed the body from under the City Officer Navarro county hospital took Judge Hayes to the In special session at of fataj Board Employs Pathologist For Hospital Staff deadlocked session of its International possibility that the ecutive board for Thursday discuss the Industrv negotiators board might call the Key committee to New York lor a strategy and union wage The 171man wage policy ended nnotherlcommtttee has the power to the City oC Corsicana will sign Hospital Tuesday night voted to A spring on the Gibson car contract with the Trinity enter a contract with Ewas broken at the underpass River Authority for use of of and believed to have been the Navarro pathologist for this hospital attempting to repair it enough for a threeyear term beginning to It He is report June 3 BapH AntiSemitism Other highlights of the Pres idents news conference said any Injection of antiSemitism Into the Senate confirmation battle over Secre tary of Commerce Lewis Strauss would be a sad completely unwarranted by Strauss highest type character and labeled as completely un true a charge by John Lew head of United Mine Work that he was basically agalnat AStatehabor in the steel men waa only alight compared See ter from This steering committee was January ed to have been discovered by session today with no or reject David dent of 0 at a recent meeting McGary has been pathL Walter who i interested citizens for the ologist for 33 years and at the on the McKInney posals and also to determine presilmajor union policy advisory the Steelworkersl At separate press Itn ine aavisor industry and union negotiatora NatlonaJiHc is the father Of ftt the exchanged sharp af Bank when final plans of the Navarro on prices ana mnaio i m bg outUned for an intensive Clinic and city Conrad chief in The action of the board came dustry charged the Bteelworkers have been Felons Escape Navarro Mills project and will present time ia pathologist Brown was driving to committhe Madison General Gibson had earlier in the eve tee Friday at 5 in post he has held for visited in Browns resi First Gibson had been employed the past three years at the See Page 6 leaders in which 3 UPI including a copkiller The steering Is following a aeries of conferences of Sanders and between the McGary M A James cochairmanland the staff of the anectea j Dave Rip FORT Four dangerous entire McDonald said the industry fir g Robinson who came close to escaping Proposed wage freeze is paul once overpowered two gcft Page 5 guards and sawed their way out of the Iowa State Peniten The board had been consider ing such a move for years and tiary here early The armed with knives and power saw held the guards captive while sawing through an outside bar red window and then escaped by jumping 10 feet to the The the first in six Ecuador Port Rioiing Scene June students and other civilians fought with po lice here in the The group conferred at length with and Jim First South See Page 5 Somoza Asking Help From OAS Kishi Assured House Control June 3 Prime Minister Nobusuke Kishls Con servatives were assured today of renewed control of the up per house of the Japanese Parli ament and public endorsement See Page B MouseLoaded Rocket Fired VANDENBERG AIR FORCE June The Air Force fired four plump moon mice toward space tolKi8nis LiberalDemocratic pat day at CST aboard ty had won the Socialists JunelDiscoverer III in the first mjnor party and Independ years from the prison Seven persons were reported Luis to put animals into mostly Conscrva touched off an intensive nnd more than a nunmarshaled his forces today to state Two injured during the eight meet threo boatloads of invad ers reported en route from Cu1 The phot was aimed at House of Councilors wore at of Japans alliance with the United With seats still were flown in to aid in Long Unhappy At Restraint the hours of clashes that ended at dawn Preslcnt Camilo Ponce de creed military law throughout Ecuador to save the republic from anarchy and foreign Com munist Order was reestablished af Icr soldiftrs took control of this in a satellite and recover them had taken I only 127 of the 250 scats in ba to join the Latin Americas worlds first recovery of animals aUKc m the election issued upheld and the ordered the writ Murrays opinion lower A constitutional amendment tn 1935 authorized elections to pro hibit or legalize the sales of alcoholic Dimmlt County voted Truman Quits Hospital KANSAS June UPI Harry Tru mnn was released at today from Research where sho underwent surgery for a benign tumor May She rode to her home In near by Independence in an automo accompanied by the former president nnd a driver whom hospital attendants did not A hospital spokesman said Trumans condition waa Supreme Court action today will in this Elsenhower enable a city or precinct to his interest in big business wet even though it is In a dry A brief in case declared the filial flecisicn will affect the status of incorporated cities In 76 counties in The high court refused to re view a decision of the Fourth Court of Civil Appeals In San Justice Murray wrote the decision in case brought from Dimmltt A suit was brought against Dimmltt County Judge Jay Myers seeking issuance ot a writ requiring an election to be called to legalize the sale of alcoholic beverages in The Commissioners Court had rafuaed the order since the county had voted The trial Senate Passes MultiBillion Farm Measure Juno S Senate today over whelmingly approved a farm bill providing a 000 celling on piice support bene fits to individual The measure was approved by roll call vote of 74 to It now goes to a SenateHouse conference committee to iron out differences on several items in cluding the price support limit and spending on the 1960 soil bank conservation The House had placed a cell ing of on Individual price support The Senate to day okayed a celling on the total price supports on all crops for any one farm opera All ten voting against the bill Fifty two Democrats and 22 Republi cans voted for Before final the Senate rejected 48 to 37 a move by John Williams to slash from funds for the soil bank conservation Williams sought to limit the program to This left standing a provision of the bill authorizing 000 for the conservation reserve in the year in1 which new land retirement contracts See FARM Page 3 latest veatpocket from a satellite a feat which Somoza ordered his put the United States a big jump ahead of Russia in 2 spncn The Russians dor in Guillermo to ask the Or ganization of American stales were first to pit up an anlmal for an investigation of the II threat to his one oflwith a dog in But they War Tax Rates Extended Year June 3 Louisiana Earl Long should recover completely In two to three attending phy sicians said They added he is not violent but simply mad as hell because hes in a psychiatric This summation came exclu sively to The Associated Press from pjhysicians who are au thoritative but could not be quoted by The 63yearold they is cooperative is very clear in his thinking and and is not violent at AH theyre tryingto do they is to promote his physical by Longs sleepless nights and driv ing noted for temper tan trums for most of his political particularly when hes fir ing at political broke down ast week after a killing pace In his efforts to win a fourth term as At Long has nearly a year to go in his current four year He plans to get around a constitutional ban resigning and qualifying by the 15 If Long should be a well man within the two or three the physicians he would be within the Longis a patient in the psy chiatric clinic of the John Sealy The clinic is a private agency operating under Titus chief of neurology and psychiatry at the Univer sity of Texas Medical Branch Long was committed to protec tive custody of the clinic by court order Tuesday after his wife asked for the Her petition said the governor is both mentally and physically The physicians said Long has not resisted any in fact he has been talking very talking as he normally He is a sick tora the doc But it we do not know the cause of this mans We do feel he has an excellent chance for complete While Long was described as a cooperative the only handicap we the physi cians is that Long against iucceeding himself doesnt believe he U a sick man and hes just as mad as hell that hes There is no no main port capsules return to F E his relatives have visiting him every the doc tors Long asked a probate court Tuesday to order protec tive custody for the Longs petition said the governor is over AIR FORCE worked and ill both mentally COLORADO Schools Also Issue HIOS Ecuadors largest and its Latin Americas last three die1 were unable to command June 3 UPI Another years ex tension of the wartime tax rates on corporations and such items as liquor and automobiles was approved to day by the House Ways and Means The treasury would lose two billion dollars a year if the rates were re the firstclassmen werel The woulc continue until This still would be the greatest deficit spending In peacetime Other developments Labor AFLCIO President and physically and requires june 3 UPI Air Force observation and treatment In a secretary James Douglas mental hospital for 90 hailed the first graduating class Arthur Long of Baton Of tne ncw Air Force a also signed Academy today as a future bul the petition filed with against the spread of Court Judge Hugh Titus chief He sald the graduates were chiatrist at John Sealy Hosplbei commissioned in an air where has been a force which Spans the free patient since told the world and nas a major role in Judge the governor is mentally holding the communist world In ill and likely to cause injury As the first graduates of the Long came here after a he said in a com trum on the floor of the Loui siana Legislature last Physicians said he entered the hospital voluntarily but has mencement they may play a critical role in keeping the history of the Western world a history of free refused to answer psychiatrists The alr secretary said he ex pected relationships among the Texas law permits a doctor to Navy and Air Force to hold a patient 96 hours after be closflr than CVCP before and See Page 6 admonished graduates to in form themtlves on Army and Navy You are officers of the Air but even more you are officers of the United Douglas He said each would have an opportunity to play a role in confronting the challenge of communism with the faith and understanding of free Twothirds of the first class ever to study and train at the new academy were presented diplomas by Four years of intensive train ing and study ended for 207 young men who were part of the 306man class that entered the in term academy at Lowry Air Force Base in Denver on July The academy was moved to this still incomplete campus in the foot hills north of Colorado Springs last bJe to finish their training at june the 52 per cent the oftcriticized glass and alumleyy on corporaUon pre inum which has cost an automatic drop to 138 million dollars so Yet fche permanent 47 per cent Alao Bct aflldo are scheduled tax reductions of one cent n pack for a At West 494 cadets for distincd celved their diplomas per barrel for beer and varying At 797 midshipmen amoUnts for The measure to be built are an air stadium and golf retains ihe present tax of 10 Only two of the 207 Air Force per cent on the manufacturers graduates did not receive comLale of autos nnd eight missions as second lieutenants per ccnfc on parta and access in the Air Force One These had been ached Lowe lo go down lo 7 per cerit chose a career in the and 5 per centf cadet Another returned to civilian physically unfit for military The North Central Associa tion of Colleges and Secondary Schools accredited the academy during the past It was See AIR Page 5 tht commit too hoard budget director Maurice Stunn testify Ihut the ffidcral deficit for the year ending June SO Is ex pected to total Home less than estimate a In George Mcuny urged the House to approve a strippeddown version of the Senateapproved labor reform Meany told two House Labor Subcommit tees considering1 such legislation that would get at the crooks in the labor He said Senate bill would do and unions Irreparable under the grave harm to jruiac of fighting Defense The HQUHB con tinued debate on the bill ap propriating nearly 39 billion dollars for the nations defense in the next fiscal with passago expected by nightfall A hot fight loomed over amend ments which would override the Eisenhower administration and provide an extra 000 to strengthen the Army and Marine Rackets A deputy iherlff from told Senate rackets probera that a Chicago hoodlum offered to go as high as half a million dollars in payoffs to county officials in an attempt to get gamb ling and prostitution monop The committee heard the recorded voice of Tom Porter County representative of the Chicago crime offering to Harold the Morgano took the Fifth Amendment on the witness Spilt Wayne Morsa said today ho will not support hla union Richard for re election and will place their differences before Oregon voters next Morses rift with Neuberger has been wid ening over the past two Morse did not detail the differ Aid President Elsenhow ers foreign aid bill won ap proval of the House Foreign Affairs but it cut The vote was 23 to 6 and the measure ia now expected to be taken up by the House next Appropriation The Housal okayed by voice vote a com promise money bill to finance the poat office and tax court in the next fiscal This wail Page I ;