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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - June 13, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Sunday with isolated late after noon and evening thundershowers no im portant temperature Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 I 13 1 8 84 88 92 93 I 94 95 I 96 Complete Weather Report on Market Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Morning LiflhtJ CEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AT A GLANCE Most Securities and Commodities Market Are Closed on AP TELEMATS 6 JUNE PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Daniel Ready To Recoil Legislature Wednesday ft Britain Sees Danger In Unsolved Berlin Crisis BREAKDOWN AT GENEVA INDICATED Gromyko Opposes Recess To Make West End Talks June Britain warned today that the Berlin situation may still be come dangerous unless Russia considerably modifies its threats and stalling at the Foreign Ministers conference Macmillan Warns Prime Minister Harold Mac millan sounded the warning at conservative party meeting in North London shortly before he met Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd for a firsthand report on the Lloyd flew home during a recess iri the which officials aay probably will be suspended day unless Russia softens its Berlin We must be Macmillan We cannot abandon the people of West or en in any way our right to pro tect the same we have to remember un less the present Soviet attitude is considerably the Berlin situation may still be come Britain Anxious Reports circulating here said Britain is more anxious than its Allies to continue the See Page 4 Faubus Insists Private Rights Whittled Away June Orval Faubus said today the federal government and Supreme Court are whittling away the rights of private The federal government and specifically the Supreme Court are whittling by one American Faubus told the annual meeting of the Mississippi Bar He cited amendments to the Bill of Rights which hex said the government and high court had either disregarded or in fringed James Eastland D told the association Fri day that Southern states should rely on the power to close pub lic schools as their chief wea pon in the battle to preserve Eastland said Southerners must stand up against outsiders seeking integration of Southern The central figure in the Lit tle Rock school crisis told the Alabama legislature Friday at Montgomery that the race issue is only one front in the fight for states All that would need to be done by any tyrannical govern ment that might spring up in he is to clothe its agents in the guise of See Page 4 ELEVATOR TRUCK REMOVES EXPLOSION rapid transit repair truck with a moving center is used to Methodist District Changes Pastors Weekend Violence Gets Early Start lower victims to street after an explosion rip ped through elevated station at Stairs to street were blocked by Thirty seven persons were AP Wlrephoto Reach Rape Trial Arguments June 13 UPI The trial of four vhite youths accused of raping negro coed neared an all white jury State prosecutor William Hop kins was set to reveal for the irst time in his closing state ment whether he will demand the death penalty for all or anv of the Confessions made by the boys showed all four had intercourse with the 19yearold freshman rom Florida Two Patrick and David swore on the wit ness stand the girl consented to submit to The Ollie Stouta did not take the His lawyer offered a defense that he was a retarded boy who was frightened and wanted to et the girl go but was swayed by his The Willon Collins pleaded temporary nsanity under His de ense was completed at todays The girl told the jury she was kidnaped at gunpoint from a car where she was parked with her date and another col lege freshman all and raped seven times after a nineinch switchblade knife was put at her See Page 4 To Scrap Ships June 13 The Maritime Administration has advised Congress that more than World War II Liber ty cargo ships will be with drawn from the reserve fleet and sold for They are considered too obsolete foi military purposes and unsuiled for commercial investors Backing Alleged Swindlers SAN June investors stood by Saturday in a show of support for two men indicted in a mil iondollar uranium Ending a statewide Negroes Press Virginia Plans V a June leaders indicated today they would try o hasten integration of schools in this university city following the first voluntary assignments of negro students to white schools in the history of Vir Eleven negroes were assigned to two white schools here yes terday but another negro child was turned down in his bid to enler a white elementary Raymond spokesman for the Charlottesville chapter of the said it was likely that school superintendent Fendall Ellis would be asked to recon sider the He said he he pair turned up here Friday surrendered to sheriffs officers and went free undet The men are John Milton Ad and Dan 32 Officers had sought Ihem since Wednesday when counly grand jurors indicted the two on charges of stealing more than One of those voicing anget over the indictments was John former Texas and M AilAmerican who played pro fcssional football last season See Page 4 expected apply to more negroes would Lane the citys only white high before the June 25 cutoff Nine of the negroes asisgned Friday were among 12 whom a federal judge ordered admitted lo while schools Irig gering Virginias nowdefunc Cabby To Earn Biggest Fare June 13 UPI Pete of Miami todaj starts earning the biggest fan in all his years as a driver fo the Yellow Cab who was born in drive a Venezuelai businessman and his wife t Mexio Molina will act as a guide anc interpreter for and E Erasa of who do The couple an deposi the largest cal plunked down on the trip fare on record for the Yellov Cab Company They dont want only massive resistance laws which said They wan shut down two Lane onn who con show them high and Venable the sights and he loo Stories Reveal Life In East Reich Editors note How stable Is the Communist regime in East Germany Have the Reds managed to brainwash everyone of the East Germans What are liv ing conditions like there now Wellington UPIs news manager for joined a group of Western newspa permen invited to tour East Berlin and East Germany this This is his By WELLINGTON LONG EAST June 13 want said the woman sitting on the ter race of the Communists model old folks We want more single the brighteyed lady next to her added The notoriously have not yet man aged to destroy the wisecrack ing ability for which Berliners are But except for the very for whom life no longer holds many most East Ger mans keep their feelings well under It is the wisest thing to Living conditions are not at all Food plentiful and although uninspir As during the tropical fruits still are considered a There still are children in East Germany who have never tasled a The nonCommunists in East it became clear during a tour of the city this know their situalion has im But because they can and do cross into West Berlin any time they they also know how much better things could The millions living in other areas of East Germany dont often have a chance to make this They compare their present situation with that under the The living conditions now are about the same as Even the social forms are little Streets and building fronts are lined with banners and painted slogans exhorting the people to fight for peace and to work hard so as to destroy West German Chan cellor Konrad Adenauer and those who support If the German Communists Bee Page I By June 13 UPI The private life of a nervous cognacdrinking woman official in Communist East Ger many was described today by the assistant director of the Central Intelligence Agency The life of East German Minister of Justice Hilde Ben jamin was portrayed by CIA of ficial Richard Helms as one of conlinual si nse in a counlry primed for revolt against its Communist in a speech prepared for the military government as sociat s 1 annual confer Indicated his information had come from reports of the rect ed over the post war The CIA is believed to main tain network of agents iri Iron Curtain Helms said the story of Hilde in a sense the story of the whole mock government of East f any the regime that the at Geneva have been K in He Hilde was thoroughly trained in the Soviet Union be fore she returned to East Ger many Jli June hungry eightyearold wanted midnight He switched n the kitchen A violent xplosion killed critically njured a teenage and eriously hurt his This is what authorities be happened late Friday night hat an electrical spark touched ff a gas The blast killed Clovis Wayne ttanasco His body lurtled backward and wedged a kitchen cabinet and a His Arthur and Betty were in serious condition ufferlng from burns and of Magazine Lists Top 10 Salaries NEW June president Bethlehem Steel took cut In pny last ut still was the highest paid executive in the Busi ness Week magazine said Homers salary and bonuses or year totaled After taxes his take home pay was at Ralph chairman of eneral Electric was run nerup with total compensation of They were among 25 execu who earned or more In the magazine Of Including work for Bethlehem five the General Motors and two for the Columbia Broadcasting Two new men climbed into the They were J chairman of Goodyenr Tire and Rubber and Thomas presi dent of International Business Machines Ma9 Ferguson Is 84 Saturday June 13 tJP Live and let live is still the motto of Texas only woman governor who turned 84 Miriam Ma a greatgrand became the first woman the nation to win populat election as governor In For a quartor century she and Jim Ferguson lived ir the vortex of a political tor Slip maintains a keen interest in I keep up with the news and I to what my friends I do my own she ect Bobby old brother Barbara and Jef erson escaped seri ous Their home in a quiet residential neighborhood list north of the Houston city imils was Firemen said Iho blast blow out every door and window in bo Flames quickly gut ted the fiveroom dwelling Bobby a member of he Westfield Volunteer Fire was injured when lass shattered and sliced open one The wound required several It was the fourth similar ex plosion in the Houston area vithin the past week and the hird au See Page 4 Wheat Pressure Placed On Ike June 13 UPI Democraticcontrolled Congresa prepared today 10 College goes Big a new Limestone Robert Sanders Is the new Hospital authorities didnt ex 16year Nine changes in pastors werel evealed late Friday in the Cor iicana District of the Methodist church in the new assignments at the Central Texas con ference in Fort Worth and re eased here by Mc Floyd Johnson comes to he First Methodist church succeeding Ford who goes John Wesley to the Fort Worth Meadowbrook Johnson had served as pastor of the First church in Waxa lachie and is a prominent Donald Holt is the new First church associate pastor re placing Ted Spencer who has seen assigned to Davis Memorial church in Fort Holt has recently graduated from the Divinity School at Emory Uni Paul Wiseman from DeLeon is the new pastor of the Eleventh Avenue succeeding Thad E1 a who goes to the Line Street church in The other two pastors of Cor sicana churches were John Harper at Central and Gailhcr Day at North Corsl Other district changes in clude Frank Stone succeeds Carl at the BarryEm house Taylor goes to Dripping Springs near Stone comes from Young Leon Sims from make President Eisenhower take the responsibility for ap proving or killing a hill aimed at culling wheat All Indications were the Presi dent would veto the measure on rounds Its price supportboost ing provisions would worsen the nations wheat The House Friday afternoon approved the Democraticspon sored bill by a narrow margin of votes The Sen ale has passed ils own version of wheat The next stop will be for a HousoSonato Conference Com mittee to iron out differences between the two The group will meet early next Red Chinese Salvage Whea Juno UPI Communist China reported last night that millions of Chinese farmers had to be called out on an emergency basis to salvage much of the nations winter wheat harvest from bad weath The New China News Agency reported that in two provinces Honan and Shantung Some 20 million peasants turned out in force on the fields to bring in the in quickest possible the She had learned well wha Soviet law Is A Communis sacrificial rite performed periodically to remind the mem hers of the tribe not to break the Helms as Minister of Justice Hiide dominates what is left o East German Bu she does not seem She has been known to storm from her chambers and scream at a confused clerk in the room above her that his chair She polished off a very large glass of cognac at a At least one bodyguard protects her a all times three when shes The Minister of Justice is Helms speech was built around the thought that if Americans stand firm in pati ence and the self determination of peoples may some clay come to life in Eastern He said the spirit rebellion is not It lives In In liberated in threatened in the USSR Helms pointed In revolts In Hungary and East Ger Bee Page 4 WINS SPELLING of holds the first place cup as he is congratulated by Robert Center the runnerup in the 32nd annual National Spelling Bee at Joel was the first boy to win the national championship since He succrssfully spelled the word fanfaronade after Robert missed AP Wire jjhoto Dawson Fort coming from while See Page 4 Sanders Dies At Kerens Biles Sunday June 13 life long resident of this died at the family home Satur day morning following an ex tended Funeral services be held from the Firsl Methodist of which she was a Sunday at Burial will be in the Kerens The rites will be conducted by Maggart Howell Wnxahachio district Methodist SLipnrintendenl Mc bolh formei paslors of this and Garland pastor of the First Baptist Surviving are her husband Kerens two Terry and Richard Kaufman five grandchildren a Lonnie and a Bruce bolh of and olher The Navarro counly hospilal of which her husband is was scheduled to meet Sunday at 2 but post poned the session until Monday al Memorial Inmon Funreal Home NEW Floyd Johnson is the new First Meth odist church succeeding Ford who goes to Meadowbrook in Fort Johnson comes here from the First church in He Is governor of Rotary District 537 and has served as president of both the Waxahachie and Cleburne Rotary He fin ishes his term as a Rotary gov ernor July Houston Bank Into Policeman June An armed man robbed the Air line State Bank today but was captured minutes later when his escape automobile crashed into n police patrol The money was A bank official said the man look only a modest Unofficial sources said the amount would run ns high as An hour after the rob FBI agents said the amount had not been determin The vehicles collided two blocks from the The man had barely missed crashing Into a customers ve hicle ns he fled from the banks drivein The mnn gave his name to police as Charles and said he was a citizen of British Both Wood and Patrolman Glover Scale were rushed to the hospital after the Wood was treated for a head Scale for chest See Page 4 Two Drowned June 13 Two Dallas youths died Saturday in separate Jimmy son of and Mrs downed in Garza Lillle Elm just ofl the south of Lake Dal Kenneth Ray Richnrdson drowned in Lake near Hundleys REPORTS ON NAJOR BILLS DUE MONDAY Late Tuesday Deadline Forces Rapid Action June 13 IP Prica Daniel promised today an immediate second special ses sion If the Legislature fails to solve the states financial crisis by midnight He said it will start Wednes Legislative leaders promised the House and Senate will have final reports The big question Will the majority find them acceptable Groups at Work House and Senate spending and taxation leaders came back to work early The ap propriations conferees already have approved spending for ths court system and state hospitals and special The sections are typed and ready for print William said a 4 12 million dollar appropriation for hospital con struction was said it may be put in Predicts Acceptance Daniel predicted the Leglsla ture will accept a tax bill If conferees follow his recommen dations to balance taxes equally between sales taxes and levies on natural gas and corporations Th governors ru sending and taxation YdVU fcrenee committees worked hand in hand in a final flurry of Their aim Is to produce a tax bill and balance the budget See Page 4 Teenagers Turn Both Parents Into Torches June 13 UPI A 15yearold girl and her 13yearold brother told to day how they tried to turn their parents into human torches because they felt they were too strictly nncl Sterling Baker of nearby Michigan Center were both reported in fair condition with burns suffered Friday morning while they were asleep In Detective Sgt Joseph Terze of the state police fire marshals division said Doreen and her ad mitted they poured two water glasses of gasoline over their sleeping parents and they ignit ed the We had been thinking about It for about a Doreen told At first we thought of beating them to death with hammers but we thought that would bo too So we finnlly decided to burn them to death while they were We waited until they were asleep and then filled the glasses with I threw the gasoline on tho bed See Page 9 Long Writ Hearing Monday June 13 Earl who has never been known to pull his left little doubt today he will fight his wifes attempt to have him declared He formally charged he was kidnaped In a petition filed in district court He said he was brought to Texas tied hand and foot and that he Is being illegally held In a mental Long was reported shock ed at her husbands dramatic but ol Earls close friend quoted Long as Crazy like a The colorful Louisiana chief executive asked District Judge Gociard In a petition for a writ of habeas corpus to set him A hearing was ret for 10 the day before a fullfledged hearing Is set in probate court on a peti tion by Long and the gov ernors Arthur to have him confined for another 90 days psychiatric Long signed his petition Earl Governor in exile by force In was brought to Galveston In a Nalionnl Guard plane May Afler efforts by his to got him to submit to treatment volun tarily she asked Probalc Judge Hugh Gibson to order him Gibson did so on grounds Long was dangerous to him self and But It was a temporary good for 14 and Gibson set next Tues day as the late for a hearing on whether Long should be con fined for 90 The governors petition was filed by Adrian who is heading H team of four lawyers handling the governors Levy Raid Long would appear in court himself and tes tify that he was brought to Texas unwillingly and Longs petilion charged he was Administered a seda tive against his that his ankles and arms were tied to a stretcher and that while In this comatose condition he was forcibly removed from the governors mansion in Baton Rouge and flown to the City of Galveaton i That upon his arrival at Galveston lie was forcibly re moved therefrom by two guards and brought against his will to John Scaly Hospital and since that time he has been restrain ed and confined under an or der issued by the Galveston pro bate court Long asked further that ha be brought without delay be fore this court so that he may be discharged from Illegal con finement and It apparently means that II tho governor wins his caso In district It will circum vent the hearing In probate court Tuesday and enable him to walk out of the hospital and return to GKANDMA TOIS CLASS SAN LUIS UPt grandmother was gradu ated from San Luis Obispo Junior College Friday with the first perfect scholastic record In the schools 24 She had straight As and was made a Ilia member of Alpha Gamma Sig junior college equivalent ol Phi Beta She is Natalie grandmother of four and wife of an electrorvr ics professor at California Polyw tecimlc College ;