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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - June 15, 1959, Corsicana, Texas A THE WEATHEB FORECAST Partly cloudy and warm through Tuesday with isolated after noon and evening Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 j 11 12 I 1 I 2 80 85 I 87 I 88 89 90 91 Complete Weather Report on Market Daily Sun and SemiWeakly Morning Ifaht 7 LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONALAP TELEMATS JUNE PAGES MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW Juno 15 slow corporates ad commission house CHICAGO com mission house higher scattered higher short to 50 cents higher top steers steady to 25 cents lower top PEICE FIVE CENTS OOKKEEPING T n Domestic Violence Toll Weekend POINT SEEK GOVERNORS RELEASE Court ap pointed attorneys for Governor Earl of Louisiana pause outside the Harris Clinic in where the governor is a Left to right are Jean Hosey Adrain Levy and Fine who filed the habeas corpus petition signed by seeking his release from the AP Wirephoto Insurance Funds Reported Major Stumbling Block June 15 JP Sen ate adjournment today cut off any chance of final action in efforts to solve the states money troubles until That means windup debate on taxing and spending will come under terrific pressure in BLOOMING GROVE AND EMHOUSE ACCEPT MERGER Emhouse and Blooming Grove I that the two school boards and will consolidate county authorities would expe June 15 UPI President Eisenhower June district judge who will de cide whether Earl Long of Louisiana is being illegally held in a Texas mental hospital or dered Long today to stop making unsolicited comments horse doctor in his Dong had snorted that his Arthur who gave him two injections to sub due him was another horse doc He had shouted that he Isnt insane and that he is gov ernor in without being called to he said that is considering going directly to the people In a personal cam paign to get action by Congress on some of his major legislative This was revealed today by closing hours of the special National Chairman It ends at midnight toLan be met and perfectedf it ap Iand that everything indicated Thurston Morton after a peared Monday following electhat the two schools would be White House conference with Conference committees conUons in both school one when the fall term opens in the a Republican senator from said he also be tinue work on spending and revenue compromise this after noon and districts Emhouse approved the mer Emhouse recently decided that u 89 to a 21vote it it would not attempt to operate eves the president will play an lln was stated Saturday while the school and at a community aggressive role in the I960 pres keepmgbi 1 written to bite a 28 Blooming Grove voters approved decided to million dollar chunk from the the a fact with either Corsicana or Bloom idcntial the limit duties as chief execu tive will t Jilt J 1 1 1 I v map v m w v n IT E6 was especially gratifying to ing fund IE D McCormick Corsicana approved the pro Morton volunteered after his Blooming president of posed but Eisenhower that the June 15 UPI Ari estranged father murdered his two sleeping child ren and fatally wounded a vet eran Augusta patrolman Sun day The berserk husband was shot to death by a surviving Groundwork For Western Split Apparently Laid officer in a pointblank ex change of June 15 lUPI The West today gave Russias Tnn 04 iAndrei Gromyko one last James Hofer 34 was found t k concessions on shot to death after he killed hi3L d u two sleeping Hofer was Qenevft ford mlnlstcra killed by a police sergean afference aucl the chancC5 of a ter Holer wounded Patrolman aummlfc meetlngt Joe Reynolds died in At Britains the United University states and France agreed to Hospital here of a single atommake the ia3tgasp effort to start ach wound at EST the sixth week Oj married and British Foreign Secretary Selwyn father of had served on who flew back from week the force here for 20 ond conferences in car apparently intending to rjed with him a suggested three kill his estranged wife and their point formula designed to pre two small broke into vent total failure the home of and his wifes Meet Privately Secretary of State Christian approved a bill to Permit state Bloomin g Grove independent house disapproved the merge Is colleges to levy higher In 8chool distrrcfc board in the election held directly to the peoplemaking May Then Kenneth speeches cut By TALMADGE CANANT cretary Daily Sun Staff Earl Hous Exstudents of the Corsicana addition to present It was backed aa one way of get ting more money for the institu rijr r v i i We are pleased and gratlcounty called the behalf fied by Emhouse voting to election on petition fromlof la legislative A final vote Is due in the Sen to State H h of irectors ate The fee bill origin ally was passed in the but will have to return for action on Senate our McCormick stated Saturday night after the results interested County Judge Douglas said had been He said Monday he will probably call a renewing and Fort Holdover The bookkeeping bill met little thelare John opposition today Judge Goddards Districtinstitution that has been inlvin Rawla and Harrison The measure permits the rourt toCorsicana for well over a half comptroller to count August writ of habeas I Business transacted included pevenue ln August in figuring In Saturday afternoons busia motion to continue the it must return to ness the Exes named day fund for the House where it was original of Palwhich each child is rememberly The Senate amended the ed small cash gift on it to remove egal snarls pointed me new sucjhls This carried by the attorney Future Steel Contract Talks NAW pu las a 1948 graduate of the new Passage of the bill was one housemother of toward solution of the states growing fiscal with a corsage and lwere Adrian Levy a lawyer pointed two weeks ago by probate judge to represent Long asked as thehearing opened to day what the interest of two lawyers hired by Blanche the governors We want to know what their interest Levy This is an action against the which we feel is holding Gover nor Long Long is not a party in any shape or We are appealing on behalf Barry president of See Page 8 Two Highway Projects Start In City Limits State highway maintenance personnel Monday t sectors of highways n me city A prime coat was being put on Fifteenth street from West Sec ond Avenue south to West Seventh avenue and then hot mix will be started Tues day If weather conditions do no superin tc June 15 IP Joseph I This will bring Fifteenth former justice of the street up to specifications and 10th Court of Civil Appeals and standards of other highway seg a former mayor of died Not only is this one of after an extended the mainly traveled north and Hale resigned from Waco apsouth streets of the city but peals court April He was a o is a part of Highway Judge Frank The second segment is a part of Highway 31 and begins at Hale had been a justice ofSouth Main street and Seventh the court since He managed avenue and extends east on Pat Neffs successful campaign Seventh avenue to South Seventh About 180 of the Exes regis tered but Saturday night at the annual banquet in the Home more than 200 were in Fete Doctor At the banquet the Exes re membered Leslie doctor for the home for See Page 10 NEW June United Steelworkers of America charged the steel in dustry today with deliberate and wilful abuses of honorable collective The accusation was made in a I The 100th annual Synod newspaper advertisement which of the Augustana Evangolican We may be In trouble on the mutual security foreign aid bill or the House may get stuck special meeting of the thc labor bin Morton sioners court the latter part of Hc maV have lo cxert some the week to canvass the election In theae Breaa The next regular meetL The challman Baid the presl ing of the court is July dent wns not considerlnS an extensive series of speeches this but possibly one major speech on each He said they would be made In city such Tfs Detroit 01 some Question Raised Before Lutheran Meet June 15 Armed with two 38 caliber Herter met privately for an pistols he crept upstairs in the Lloyd andJ Bailey home to the Minister Maurice Couve where his wife and were See Page 9 Texas Violence Kills Ai Least 31 On Weekend Spending Bill Calls For Hike appeared this morning as Union Lutheran Church opened today questlon Why J President David McDonald was scheduled to brief the unions full negotiating commitchurches be exempt from pay tees for meetings which taxes schoduled for Tuesday but may never be Morton Bjorkqulst of See Page 10 Reserve Board Says Industrial Output At Peak June 15 The Federal Reserve Board said today that industrial output ad m V VH B V Murviue before going into the twilight meeting with the He opened fire with both Sovieb foreign minister at the pistols and killed his two Diplomats were not overly Some feared Gromy ko might make concessions de signed to split the Allies The makings of a Western split had appeared during the Ore More Hearing Both Herter and Conve Do Murville were reluctant to con tinue the talks if Oromylro stood on his ultimatum of last Wed By Associated Pvosg that had one At persons died violent year to get out of West Beilln deaths in Texas over tho face the Highway crashes took 11 Nine A Navy Don of Benton was killed by llprhtning Sunday while trol ling in Corpus Christ Curtis of Hed near San died of in uries suffered when his scooter and a car collided Alton of riding on the scooter with the Lubanskl youth was th i i a member of the n d a m Our union wants no vanYQ in e advertisement But as boftrd of social ml89IQn of time high 4 to a new per cent above June 15 proud union we cannot the pastor and the prerecesslon peak of early twoC insults are accept ultimalfly delegates the practice of We will not sacrifice the accepting discounts on person The hoard mid its Index of In ts of our workers In goods and properly taxes arejdustrial production See Page 3 Former Justice ver 30 Inches compromise bill for the state 196061 calls for ncrease of about 34 million dollars over present spending I Five weeks of meeting informed sources said rose cent of two the at a dls tween fourman union and or at a selected group of ver age The April index figure WHS The unofficial estimate dustrv teams have produced no individuals receiving a revised upward from 149 to 1 I I B d I J fl f I I 1 E 1 b 1 1 B conin the plege of the Expansion In industrial actlv JunejSrtJPI nted conllnufld ln M empl Dies At Waco successeded by Wilson of for governor in street where Highways 22 Survivors include his widow and 287 merge and The and a Tommy brick will be smoothed and a of Services will mix asphalt topping will be be held it was rain that has dumped more than Thev are Salaries for 30 inches of rain on Hong Insurance Commissioner Wil Ham Harrison and State Board Authorities today evacuated of Insurance and how Chinese families from four much money the Legislative threatened apartment buildings Council should spend studying after another 10 inches of rain the need to revise the Constitu cascaded onto Hong Kong 15 Ballot On Navarro French Unions Call OH Strike June 15 UPI French labor unions avoided Interest continues to clash with Presient Burner incomes and buying at tained new highs and business plana for plant and equipment outlays in 1959 were revised up The which measures output of the nations mines and has advanccd from a tween midnight and 5 to The totals are an the speclal June 23 election Charles De Gaulles government occasion low of 126 in April usual to authorize Corsicana to Conon hifl waBefreezinc austeritv Itfl point before the No new deaths were report We hope to reach an agreetract wlth the Trinlty River Auprogram today bv calling off i mnnt nnH flip n nnpP 1 Uil iso new aeatns were tract with tne Trinity stiver todav bv calling off a rcces ed today but the government ment and file a Eubstitute page thority to assure the citys futhreatened general strike set for said 23 persons were killed Sunwhen the compromise bill is turc abundance of water Th was 146 in February day and 14 on A out a member i I 4ViA her of persons were Injured when they were trapped by He explained the Senates old with Harrison and Board through construction of the The unions agreed to w o board said activity in ln iihIdustriea making durable goods varro Mills draw the strike order following moved to a new Mondays latest count of ab lastminute conference with r in May were hardest hit dur landslldes and had to be rescued Chairman Perm Jackson was ballots cast in the office Public Works Minister Robert thfi recession and made the by Irks the main The Senate refused to firm Harrison when he named to the Then Will Wilson ruled the Senate had no legal authority to control the appointment by the Board of Harrison was assistant state of City Secretary Charles Stipe slowest See Page 3 Russia Agrees To Scan Effects High Explosions Juno 15 nuclear test ban negotiations took a major John of jump forward today when Rus wrvs killed in the collision of his agreed with the United pickup truck and a car 12 miles states and Britain to convene east of new scientific conference on altitude The decision cnmo after tna tista together here on June 22 hurdled another of the technl roadblocks delaying a test was killed Sunday when his car suspension agreement at tho overturned south of Big eight month old nuclear con lines both of Browns dJcd Sunday while fishing n ihe gulf below man The dcislon cameaftor the Soviets agreed to allow the ex perts to make recommendations on the Both the United States and tho Soviet Union presented separate proposals for such studies last Monday A disguised as a the conference resumed robbed a Safeway Store early toafter a four week Rob Worth Store FORT June 15 day and cscapcl in a stolen car rpne OXp0rts will report back with all of tho Sunday to the nuclear conference wlth Wearing a long black m one and the mn and an accom of the gi ina me mn An official coi ipllce drove up In front provcci by the just as assistant DOWCrB after the official ap three nuclear IP 05th session manager Joe Swilling was the talks began here last ing the front said He had a gruff ig agrced that a technical I know it was a Kroup should assess the capabilities and limitations told amount of the loss was not determined nt See Page 10 By JACK FOX June 15 Negroes and whites alike generally hailed today the conviction of four white youths for the rape of a negro coed as a victory for justice in the The opinion regarding the jurys recommendation of mer cy saving the youths from the electric chair was not so unani Several promi nent leaders of the National As sociation for the Advancement of Colored People were critical of the The guilty verdict was return ed early Sunday by the allmale allwhite Only 42 days elapsed between the mass attack on the 19year old negro freshman coed and the guilty PC The jury left the length of the prison sentences up to Judge May He will not pass sentence for at least two range f e sentences could years to Of lu wnite Tallahassee resi dents stopped on the street by this correspondent eight approved the Two de clined to discuss Of the three said they thought one or two of the boys should have got The Willlon Collinsworth 23 Patrick 20 David and Ollies were whisked off to the state penitentiary at from the There was no sign of a dem onstration The crowd of more than 100 persons waiting on the sidewalk took the verdict in Most of them were A number of negroes grinned Penitentiary Warden DeWitt Sinclair said the three younger boys were put In a section with other youths and Collinsworth in with the Both Collins a telephone and the childishlooking Stoutamire cried during the testimony but all four took the verdict with out showing Roy executive secre tary of the said in New York that in view of the evi dence many persons will question whether justice has been He said I would rather not comment fur ther until after the sentencing of the four Many of Dixies seg regatlonists were unavailable See Page 9 for comment but those contact ed had a terse no comment or said they would have nothing to say until the youths are sen Jury foreman a wealthy Florida told United Press International that had the girl been the jury would have been inclined to inflict the death King said the jury at no time discussed the racial question in reaching its stood at While this is not al Acting on behalf of the gov wa31 staggering total by any which owns the rail it is larger than normally cast Buron proposed to in a special or regular city elecopen a new round of wage talks with the Voters are reminded again All major unions that June is the Socialist and Communist deadline for casting absentee agreed to the truce offer and llriued a stayonthejob House OKs Pensions Friend Helpless In Second California Attack GRANADA June barber told police Sunday two negro men whose hair he had refused to cut tied him to a barber chair and set fire to his Jack told police he narrowly escaped He said he broke loose from the ropes holding him in the chair just before the shop was gutted by Spry told detectives that two negroes came into his shop Sat urday and he told them he could not give them Then Spry he was passing his shop and notic See RAPEJTPage 10 June UPI The Houso approved to day a longrange veterans pen sion reform bill which increases payments for 70 per cent of those now on the The standing vote was announced as By JOHN KENDALL LA June 14 20foot long killer shark dragged an experienced skin diver under water and kill ed him Sunday off a crowded The victims wife and best friend witnessed the swift at tack on Robert of nearby Pacific Pam the father of two children and an aircraft diving off the beach at the popular La Jolla Cove at the The cove was crowded with sunbathers and We were diving off the said the Gerald I guess we were about 120 feet out when Bob help I swam I adjusted my mask so I could see under And I saw an enormous shark holding1 Bob in the mid Lehrer continued There was blood all Pamperins Carolyn wit nessed the tragedy from During the search for his she collapsed and was placed under The body has not yet been The shark was easily more than 20 feet he I wasnt able to do anything So I swam to shore to warn the other he It was the second such inci dent off California beaches in recent The earlier at by a huge gray shark in San Francisco resulted in death for a college John Kowal of the San Diego city lifeguards said a helicopter crew cpotted two sharks cruising near the scene of the attack but no sign of the A veteran of 30 years life guard Charles Hardy said It was the first such incident in San Diego area waters In his Marine authorities said sharks of the kind that would attack a man apparently have been moving into California coastal waters in increasing They explained this must be due to warming trends in ocean areas since warmer water at tracts more fish and more Among the witnesses on the beach were three They told lifeguards there was thrash ing in the a scream and then an arm flew up out of the Be s Page to The which was sent to the would overhaul the present pension system at an Increased cost of in the first starting July It would relate future pen sions to veterans needs and curb some alleged abuses In thc present Opponents objected during brief floor consideration to the gag rule that limited debate and barred Sponsors described it as a wholesome compromise repre senting the best bill that could be The measure would set up a sliding scale of based on outside to replace the present flatrate if would apply to widows and orphans of World War World War II and the Korean Tho pensions would be paid to those with nonservice con nected Compensa tion to veterans for disabilities incurred while in military serv ice would not be Debate then began in the House on President Klsenhow ers foreign aid which facod a threat of further Two Republican congressmen attacked the re quest even before the formal debate Frank Bow a member of the House Ap propriations urged that the House postpone action on the bill untitl past accom plishment in the field could be Ross Adair of the House Foreign Affairs said tho bill repre sents a further abdication of congressional responsibility and control over tho foreign aid pro gram despite increasing and controversial evidence of waste and inefficiency In administra tion and Adair voted against reporting fhe bill out of the Foreign Af fairs which imposed a cut of before send ing thc measure to the In a prepared com mittee Chairman Thomas Morgan argued against any further saying they could lead to loss of the cold He said new provisions would eliminate waste and cor ruption from tho The Senate Foreign Relations Committee also was studying foreign and was reported ready to vote substantial cuts in the Chairman Wil liam Fulbrlght wim op posed to such a Other congressional develop ments Influence Congressmen themselves were blamed for much of tho pressure brought to bear on the Civil Aeronautics Board Attorneys told the Houso subcommitee on leg islative oversight that lawmak ers have appeared without not ice and made unlimited argu ments In casts under study by the Tho subcommittee planned eight days of hearings on the operations of federal regulatory Fair Trade Witnesses gave conflicting testimony on Fair Trade designed to prevent pricecutting by chain stores and discount One group of witnesses figlt that Pfte ;