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   Corpus Christi Times (Newspaper) - November 11, 1955, Corpus Christi, Texas                                WARMER 8 Weather Koreas Foraeut 113 COMPLETE LOCAL NEWS Entered as second class matter at th Corpus Christi Texas under the Act he Doit at of March 3 1879 CORPUS CHRISTI TEXAS FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1 1 1955 Published tvrry weekday tKtmeon by the Callertimes PubtJshlnz Co 38 Pages In Two FIVE CENTS IKE HAPPY ABOUT GOING HOME ends sevenweek stay in Denver hospital BUT HES SAD TO LEAVE FRIENDS bareheaded in cold he makes a short talk AP IVIrcDIiolos PRESIDENT FLIES BACK TO CAPITAL By ERNEST B VACCARO DENVER Nov 11 eternally grateful President Ei senhower left Denver for Wash ington today after tellmg of his thanks to all who have aided him In his illness The Presidents plane took to the air at am WEATHER Forecast for Corpus Christi and vicinity Warm and mostly cloudy tonight and tomorrow becoming much colder with scattered show ers Saturday night Low for tonight 6668 degrees high tomorrow 7678 Wind forecast Southerly 15 to 25 miles an hour tonight and Sa turday with gusts tc 35 shifting northerly at 25 to 35 with gusts to 50 miles an hour after midnight Saturday Small craft warnings are displayed Highest temperature yesterday and lowest this morning Cliff Jiaus Airport 70 51 Chamber of Commerce 70 56 AVater temperature at Port Ar ahsas this morning fi2 am tomorrow sun set pm tomorrow moonrise am tomorrow moonset 2 pm tomorrow Gulf of Mexico tides high tomorrow low pm to day Rainfall deficiency for 1055 249 inches Speaking from the ramp ol the Columbine III in raw damp 3G degree weather the President said that the misfortune of his ill ness made him aware ot how good people are The President looking surpris ingly well told au audience of Air Force personnel and a small group of friends and dignitaries that the force at Fitzsimons Army Hospital and at Lowry Air Force Base had earned my eternal gratitude He expressed appreciation loo for the messages of friendship and o the people around the world who had sent up their prayers for his recovery when ho was stricken seven weeks ago tomor row The President spoke but briefly after he and Mrs Eisenhower drove up to the ramp their plane to be greeted by a bipar tisan group headed by Democrat ic Gov Ed Johnson and Republi can Mayor Will Nicholson The President wore a camels hair top coat and a brown hat Standing on the sixth step of the ramp he spoke simply and with no word about any major domestic or foreign policy Again it is time for Mrs Ei senhower and me to say goodbye he began We leave under some what unusual circumstances this time He referred thus to his illness See IKE Page 20 Dulles Offers Broader Aerial Inspection Plan Makes New Appeal To Reds To Agree Talks To End Soon By JOHN M HIGHTOWER GENEVA Nov 11 retary of State Dulles told Rus sia today the United States is will ing to extend President Eisenhow er s aerial inspection plan to Americas foreign bases and scores of allied countries if the Soviet Union will reverse its pol icy and accept the plan Dulles made the announcement in a Big Four conference meet ing Minister V M Molo tov rejected the proposal yester day as a first step toward cre ation ot a global disarmament program Dulles said he hoped Molotovs statement was not the last word France in Accord French Foreign Minister An toine Pinay announced France would accept establishment of fixed or mobile disarmament con trols whether technical or finan cial on French territory His meaning appeared to be thatthe French government would accept both the Eisenhower plans and a proposal by Soviet Premier Niko lai Bulganin for disarmament in spection teams are key communi cations centers Dulles assailed Molotovs criti cism of the Eisenhower plan point by point including the Rus sian contention that the plan would increase the risk of war because it would give countries information about each others military establishments and therefore make surprise attack more easy To this Dulles replied that the Soviet Union has ample inform ation about the U S military es tablishment and the United States is not totally ignorant about the Soviet military establishment He declared both of us know enough ti attack each other and what is required is a deterrent to as mutual aerial inspection In an earlier secret session the four ministers agreed to wind up current conference here aft er a final meeting next Wednes day The American delegation issued this formal statement The ministers at their private meeting this afternoon bearing in mind their agreement at New York that the conference would last three weeks agreed to organize their work here so that the con ference could finish its work on Wednesday Soviet Steadfast Tliis will conclude the confer ence one day short of the three week target Storm Moves Out to Sea CARLOS COIMBKA DA IAJZ temporary president ousted AF JTIrepholo Brazilian Army Seizes Power In Swift Coup RIO DE JANEIRO Nov 11 Brazilian army led by Gen Henrique Teixeira Lott ousted Provisional President Car los Coimbra Da Luz and took over the government early today The navy and air force refused to support the army coup and is sued a joint statement pledging ioyalty to Luz A few hours later ihe fashionable Copacabana Beach section was rocked by cannon fire from Copacabana fort Witnesses said the forts big guns were fired across the bow of a warship heading out of the har bor and that the ship turned back Key Points Seized Army units commanded by gen erals took over central police head quarters and the office of the may or in the capital and issued an order closing all stores at noon Other units surrounded govern ment buildings the radio station the post office and several news paper buildings The ministers have spent 37 Sec BIG I PflRft 20 FAREWELL PARTY Worden Cadillac Wasnt on Padre SAN ANTONIO Nov 11 AP A mysterious blue Cadillac re ported seen at the Padre Island site where San Antonio salesman Don Worden was slain and burled ast month was not Mrs Word ens car Bexar County Sheriffs Chief Investigator Oscar Warn ke said Friday I dont believe it was the car Warnke said after examining the vehicle at the lavish sevenroom Worden home Mrs Worden who told officers she shot Worden and buried him In a sandy grave has been charged with his murder and is under bond She said hot him because he Intended to force her to kill her 5yearold daughter and then herself South Texas officers asked Warnke to check Mrs Wordens Cadillac after witnesses reported they saw two women near a Cad illac at the Padre Isand scene two days after Mrs Worden sard she shot her husband Oct 22 Warnke said Mrs Wordens Cadillac had not been recently washed and shows no evidence of having been on the beach He said scraping of the under carriage of the car produced ca liche The scrapings and photos of the car will be sent to the South Texas officials Mrs Worden who said she shoi See WORDEN SO Flood Threat Over Snow In Many Areas By The Associated Press Danger of floods in southern New England was removed today as the center of a winddriven rainstorm passed out to sea Rain and snow continued in much of New England but the weather cleared over a wide area south of there The storm had buffeted the mid dle Atlantic states as well as the northeastern states The Weather Bureau reported there no longer is any danger of flooding in southern New England or in the Connecticut River Valley in Vermont and New Hampshire East of Pfnntucket The storm moving rapidly north eastward was centered cast of tfantucket Island which is south of Cape Cod Mass The storm center passed far off the eastern end of Long Island at am Six to eight inches of snow fell in the Pocono Mountains of Penn sylvania Fog and freezing rainj this morning caused hazardous traffic conditions in the northeast part of the state Heavy rains hit the rest of eastern Pennsylvania The Albany N Y Weather Bu reau lifting its flood alert said the rainfall in the Catskilis was about an inch There was sunny weather today in the New York metropolitan area Lott issued a proclamation to theafter a niSnt oi rain and wnid nation saying a movement was being made against the temporary president because of his decision in the case of a colonel whom the war minister wanted to discipline for political activity The proclamation said the deci sion had provoked the army and injured its honor Lott issued a communique Minnesota Train Kills 6 Teenagers GLENCOE Minn Nov 11 AP An impromptu farewell parly for a youth going into the ervice Monday ended in death or the six teenaged participants ast night when their car was struck by a Milwaukee Road passenger train The crash came at the depot crossing in little Plato a com munity of about 250 five miles ast of Glencoe Sheriff Leon Odegaard of Mc Leod County said the car was SQ badly smashed I doubt if a junk yard would want it He reported rits of metal and the broken bod ies of the four boys and two girl victims werescattered for 200 yards along the tracks Frank Webster engineer on the train estimated it was traveling from 70 to 75 miles an hour Odegaard identified the dead as Robert Luedtke 18 the boy who was going into service and Rog er Frauendiest 17 both of near ay New Auburn Milton Brelje 16 Margaret Fuller 15 Maurice Olson 14 and his sister Kari 16 all of Plato Luedtke was graduated last spring from Glencoe High School where the other five victims still were in classes Frauendiest was a football player Mrs Joey Olson 36 mother of two of the victims was reported in a state of shock Her husband 39 had died last July after being stricken by a heart attack There are two other children in the family Margie 10 and Larry 12 claiming support of the president of the Supreme Court the presi dents of both houses of Congress and most army officers in Rio de Janeiro and the interior Luz was rumored to have taken refuge aboard the navy cruiser Barrosa but other reports said he and several cabinet ministers had been arrested Quiet Coup The bloodless coup was carried out so quietly most residents of Rio de Janeiro did not even know it was happening A special session of Congress was called to decide who would assume the presidency Constitu tionally the post would go to Ne rcu Ramos vice president of the senate Luz former president of the house ot deputies took over as temporary president only last Tuesday Had Warned of Flooding Early today Uur Weather Bureau had warnedof the possibility of flash flooding today of small streams in Connecticut and Massa chusetts Fears of floods over a wider area had been removed earlier as the storm moved faster than original ly expected The storm swept rapidly up the Atlantic Coast during the night and early morning hours depositing moderate to heavy rain in coastal areas and snow at some higher elevations Snow over the high elevations of northern New England was ex pected to total up to 6 inches by the end of the day Accumulations of 3 to 5 inches in parts of Con necticut and Massachusetts were forecast Worcester Mass had 2V4 inches of snow on the ground soon after midnight before a change to rain Snow in Mountains Snow foil last night in parls of Now York Slate and Pennsylva nia There had been rain over the coastal plain with moderate to heavy snow over the mountain sec tions from southwestern Virginia northeastward through West Vir Iginia and Pennsylvania CALM WHITE AFTERMATH OF EAST COAST STORM this Cumberland Md show scene was common today Bears Down on Texas Cold Due Here Early The worst norther of he season picked up speed today as it bore down on TesRswitKtfe promise of heavy snow and freezing rain The Arctic front swirled six inches of snow onto Wyoming to day en route to the Texas Pan handle whore it was due by night fall The Weather Bureau issued cold wave warnings for West and North Central Texas and in local fore casts as far south as the Dallas Fort Worth area warned house holders to protect plumbing vege tation and car radiators The norther originally expected trarrive in Corpus Christi to night is not expected until some time after midnight tomorrow the local Weather Bureau said this morning The forecast Is still for nearfreezing temperatures Sun day i Occasional freezing jain or snow Was for NoriJj Centra Texas This morning t he Bureau advanced by six hours the northers1 duehour in Dallas saying it was expected Saturday morning rather than Saturday afternoon Meteorologists saidthe norther will ram into a milder cold front which has become stationary in the Texas ParJifimite and combine ittoatftb all the way to the GfttH of Merffeo i Tlie new front whichcomes only ft iir days ffnr another mass of cold air brought snow to poirils b ns Sari Antonio Austin and Keivvillo was due to nip a budding warmup after the first cold spell Couple Gets Because Neighbors Played Loud Radio Mew OrleansWoman Accused Of Poisoning Boys Is Freed NEW ORLEANS Nov 11 The coroners office classified Glen Rogers fireman on the trnin said he saw the lights of the northbound car but assumed It would halt at the crossing guarded by a stop sign Odegaard said the crash came only minutes after the parly had picked up Brelje and Miss Fuller at the Plato home ot their grandparents Mr and Mrs John Brelje where they both had lived Miss Fullers father Earl is em ployed In Minneapolis ft Strong north winds are expected to accompany the norther with gusts as high as 50 miles an liour during the wind shift Small craft warnings are d i s pi a y e d Some scattered showers are exv peeled to accompany the cold front Heavy snow was predicted for the Texas Panhandle and upper South Plains tonight and Saturday and freezing rain or snow elsewhere in West Texas The district attorneys office lound no basis whatsoever for charging Mrs Mary Moss Falcon vith murder in the poisoning of two small boys The 30yearold red haired wo man walked out of jail last night after posting a bond in an unrelated aggravated battery case She denied that she had any hing to do with the deaths of the two Baughman boys William 7 and Lawrence 6 Policy arrested Mrs Falcon Monday night when she returned o the tenement house where the Saughman boys lived with their parents and five sisters in a sin lie room The boys died Oct 31 in Cha rity Hospital a few hours after they were taken from the tene ment on complaint of neighbors who said the children rooted for ood in garbage cans and begged meals door to door their deaths as accidental poison ing from eating a phosphorous compound of a type used in rat and roach poisons Homicide detectives found roach poison in Mrs Falcons room and contended she had vowed to get even somehow because Mrs He len Baughman the boys mother ripped her blouse in a quarrel We find no basis whatsoever in the evidence presented for pros ecuting Mrs Mary Falcon in con nection with the death of these children and we therefore refuse the charges said Assistant Dist Atty Adrian DuPlantier in a state ment William and Helen Baughman the parents still face criminal ne glect charges in the case They have denied that Ihe chil dren had to beg and scavenge for food and often were locked out of the house OTHER HIGHLIGHTS RELIGION Third pastor in Lutheran synod found guilty of heresy Page 3B MYSTERY Where is Perons teenage girlfriend Page 12 POMT1CS Here are some dates for you to remember Page 13B ALSO Behind the headlines Editorial Page 2B Womens News 1719 Sports 4B7B Comics 12B Movies 9B Radio 10B TV UB UPPER MARLBORO Md Nov 11 jury has awarded Air jBorcc Sgt and Mrs Paul Sabo damages against a neighbor whose blaring radio annoyed them A circuit court jury Wednesday returned the verdict against Mr and Mrs Isaac Gorman The cou ples live in Quincy Manor an apartment development near Chev erly Md The suit was brought by the Sabos under a common law prin ciple that property owners may not use their holdings in a fashion interfering with the comfort and enjoyment of neighboring property owners Mrs Sabo testifiedMrs Gorman hated me Mrs Laura Barnes testified Mrs Gorman told her she played the radio on high volume to annoy the Sabos and drive them away Another neighbor Mrs Leota Sarraf said the Gorman radio sounded like a catnival Gorman testified Sabo had com plained to him only once Sabo a cookat the Boiling Air Force Base hospital said One morning I visited the Gor man home and asked Mrs Gor man to turn her radio down and she replied so its finally getting under your skin Sqbo said his wife became so nervous she had to seek medical aid SLICK about a one at OJdahomjT College The siteis a mudhole and two Aggie wrestlers are grappling as part of their 0 Club initiation yesterday Doug Bluebaugh of Ponca City goes down and Claudell Wright of Aniarillo wins AP Wirephoto   

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