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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - January 17, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHEB LOCAL cloudy to cloudy through Sunday warmer this after noon and Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 1 36 1 38 44 48 SO 52 54 Complete Weather Report on NUrket IJJHomeofthe DailySunandSemiWeekly MorninaIli LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS PAGES MARKETS AT A GLANCE Most Securities and Commodities Markets Are Closed On 192 PRICE FIVE CENTS Studio ilioto JONES Agent Needed In Gold Find The gold is not but ta in a safe This was the statement of 38yearold service station Saturday morning in answer to a sugges tion the 86 gold bars he says he found last year had been buried under a house in Cherokee county where he formerly re Will Secure Agent Jones also revealed that he Is going to enter a contract with a business agent to look after his give out in during the but declined to give the name Saturday The attendant at the Doc Al len station on South Highway 75 declined to admit or deny that the secret service agents from Dallas or other points in terviewed but did say that The government is hot on my Jones has revealed that he found pounds of gold bars in a fieid east of valued according to his calculation at last May 17 while picking wild Takes Trip Friday The attendant admitted that he had flown to Jackson ville and other Friday afternoon with two men whom he said took some See Page 8 Full Recovery Expected For Marshall 17 George apparently on the road to com plete recovery from a mild faces a month to six weeks of hospital His physician said that the 78yearold retired soldierstates man had recovered from the immediate effects of the stroke he suffered Thursday at his winter home at nearby Pine George chief of medicine at Womack Army Hos pital said treatment con sists chiefly of sedation to con trol any irritation to the His chances for recovery are good unless he suffers another Powell The phy sician said that Marshall is talking and alert and had been placed on a saltpoor He said it would be difficult to estimate how long the for mer Army chief of staff and cabinet member would be hospit alized but my guess would be about a month or six Mikoyan Meeting Tagged Useful fr ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft East Is Crippled By Winter Storms SOUTH BEND BURIED BY 17INCH SNOW Mercury Slides Along Atlantic Seaboard States By The Associated Press Stormy weather and biting cold struck crippling blows across broad sections in the astern half of the country to A dozen or more communities n northeastern Indiana and western Michigan were digging out of a freak snow storm which nearly paralyzed some cities emergency A state was declared which was lit by 17 inches of Blizzard Forecast Ice and snow storms created lazardous driving conditions in many sections of the North Blizzard conditions were forecast in parts the lower reat Lakes Temperatures tumbled to 25 degrees below zero in northern Minnesota as tin huge mass of cy air spread eastward to the Atlantic South Shivers The Southland shivered in the resh surge of frigid with emperatures dropping into the eens in Alabama reezing in northern The biggest drop in tempera ures in the past 24 hours was n the Middle and South Atlan northevn sections of and It was See Page 8 oyal Station Vagon Sticks In Deep Snow 17 UPI Britains worst winter since 1956 laimed two royal victims vhen Queen Elizabeth and rince Charles were forced to ramp a quarter of a mile in eep snow after their station vagon got stuck in a pal ce officals revealed They said the queen was driv ng her son around the Roya sandringham estate northeas f here Thursday when she urned off on a side road anc raveled about 200 yards before liding into a twofoot Unable to free the they valked to the nearest building n the estate and telephone he Royal Sandring am for A chauf ered car picked them up while ther estate hands pulled ou he station This was the second time in week that the 10yearold heir o the throne has been incon enienced by the He forced to spend last week nd in a pub with his father rince when a flooc truck an island where they lanned to hunt and icy roads revented them from returning Castro Calls Nationwide Demonstration Workers Ponder Oil Company Offers Punk Gunman Caught After Escaping Trap GARDEN 17 Averill 19yearold gunman who wound ed an officer in escaping a po lice was captured today a ending a huge described with his without Joseph Armstrong as a couple of young was seen entering house by a The neigh bor noticed bloodstains on Aver ills clothing and called officers patrolling the tense neighbor Dont Averill called to They said he had a butcher knife when taken into custody but no Hs wound appeared to be a minor flesh police said police Grove and naheim officers prior to lookingat Orange county jail in nearby Santa Armstrong was captured Fri He was interrogated at headquarters by Garden RAAB LEAVES JAPAN TOKYO Austrian Chan ellor Julius Raab left by air or Vienna today after a 10daj tate visit to Hotel Fires Fatal To Five 17 UPI Flames raced through the lob by of the 14story Hotel Tuller in downtown Detroit kill ing three persons trapped In an Fourteen other persons were overcome by smoke and rushed to nearby receiving The admitting office at the hos pital said all were in good con dition and none suffered any Forces Evacuation The which started in a hat shot off the forced the evacuation of 250 to 300 guests and about 100 Fire Charles Quinlan of Squad 1 said three char red beyond visual were found in an elevator just off the Fire Chief Adler said a roomby room search was made of the entire hotel after the blaze was put out and no ad bodies were To Sixth Adler said a report by Firo Commissioner Paxton Mendels sohn that a fourth person died in the blaze was Ha said the commissioner thought he saw a body being removed from a service elevator on a stretch it proved to ba one of the injured Flames went as high as the sixth floor before being com pletely extinguished about 45 minutes after the fire broke Mendelssohn The fire certainly must hava spread with amazing Mendelssohn He added the flames which went to the sixth floor must have gone up the shafts of elevators and other openings because the blaze was not widespread above the lob We got at least five peopla out of one of the Fire Chief Adler All were overcome but I do not know if these included any Bennett said police were at lempting to make but were unable to get he necessary information from lotel clerks and records im Lou room clerk on gee Page 9 i 17 One unidentified man was burn ed to death and another was missing and presumed dead in an early morning fire at a down town hotel Seven of the nine registered guests got out of the twostory 40room Commodore Hotel but Coroner Jimmy Peagram said other persons might have been trapped In the The missing man was George a He was last seen in his room and re fused to according to wit Robert and Gene of said they tried to get the hefty bartender out of his room but when he refused to leave they went outside and got a Panipinto said smoke was billowing from the room when he reached it from the outside and he believed Jackson was trapped The ruins of the 30yearold notel were still smoldering five hours after the fire broke Bes Page 9 day night in the which verill Police thought earlier today Averill might be holding second family See Page 5 L Slaughter Injured Friday In Train Wreck of Corsi was injured Friday night when the crack Twin Star Rocket passenger train of the Rock Island Lines was derailed north of A steelbar loaded truck struck the train at a The driver of the identi fied as Ray of Dal was killed and 23 passeng ers and crewmen were This train was scheduled to ar rive in Corsicana shortly before 8 an employe of the Magnolia Pipe Line Company machine shops was en route home on the train for the He Is reported under going treatment in the Anderson Clinic in It was learned here Saturday morning that Slaughter suffered a severe hip lacerations about the head and other in His condition was jarded as fair at the Jeff Davis Memorial hospital in Slaughter went to Houston upon learning of the Reports of the crash stated that the truck crashed into one REPORTED BUDGET BOARD VNDERCVTS DANIEL PLANS 17 in fluentlal Legislative Budget Board has undercut Price Daniels budget from the Gener al Revenue Fund by about 25 million The Associated Press has The governors budget for the next 2year fiscal period in cludes increases for education highway con struction and correctional insti His budget totaled a 10 per cent increase over the current ap It was understood the budg et which was composed Discover Navy Nurse In Burned Auto Pregnant LIVERMORE 17 Navy nurse found dead end afire beside her auto alongside a busy highway was an autopsy revealed Authorities hoped a pathological examination will show how she met The badly burned body of Barbara Ray was found by three Thursday 15 feet off High way Acting Coroner Harry Skiles said that the autopsy failed to establish the cause of death but did reveal that she was from three He to five months said barbiturates found in her system but not enough to have caused The nurses Claire Carlson of learn ed only Friday night that hor daughter was Carl son had accompanied her daugh to California earlier She was informed thn the of five Senators and five Rep will lay out a rec ommendation of about 285 mil lion Speaker Waggoner a said the board would about hold the line on current spending with some increases He know would what said the he did not total figure who will give a gen eral sketch of his program in his inaugural address Tuesday followed by a detailed account in his budget address to a joint session has yet seen the budget boards recom Carr and Ben Ram sey will set a release date for next said Budget Board Director Vernon Until then copies are unavailable to Daniel Daniels budget includes an increase of In the See STATE Page 8 51 People Die lit Argentine Plane Disaster MAR DEL 17 UPI An Argentine airliner with 51 perj sons unable to land be cause of a blinding crashed at sea Friday night off this Argentine First re ports said all aboard were fear ed So far as was there were no Americans on the The twinengined Curtis Com mando vanished in 75 feet of just off the Pieces of luggage floated to the sur and drifted into the mouth of the Camet River a few yards KANSAS 17 17 Fidel Castro has called for a mass meeting Wed nesday to reject foreign inter vention and demand that tho Unitcd states return Batista and their Union from the making committee State of ie OCAW s 52man policy solline the first to defamation and of three oil companies offers of a 5 per cent wage Sinclair Oil Company made the first thereby avert gunboat diplomacy against his regime because It includes no one they can buy or He called on his supporters uiuruuy uveriu t fc t Ing a nationwide strike that could have started at midnight by refinery and later Gulf Oil Friday joined Slnj icentratlon our nation has ever seen outside the Cuban White House Castros attack on the United States was were 46 passengers and five crew It was the second major air lines disaster in Latin America See Page 8 SCOOTER FATAL SAN ANTONIO Jerry Lynn son of and Leon Conger of Harlin en Air Force died Fri day of injuries when thrown from hig motor tragedy by a newsman who met Pago 8 30Day Weather Outlook Cold 17 UPI The Weather Bqreau ays the next 30 days will be Airport old over much of the United Both Its outlook for the next month said colder than normal weath er will afflict the entire country cast of the Continental The southern half of the coun try is expected to experience the largest departures from normal and snow are predicted to exceed normal amounts alongj 17 their Continental an nounced it was raising nonun ion members salaries 5 per cent and would offer the union an identical Sinclair and OCAW officials were in meetings here for a discussing a 25cent an hour or 21 cents an hour in fringe asked by the OCAW presi who arrived from Denver to sit in on the talks when in vited by the unions vice pres said after receiving the Sinclair offer that there would be no he said no decision would be reached until all un ion officials have been polled on the Knight said late Friday telegrams had been Ssking for The OCAW president said he See OIL 8 Texas Violence Over Weekend Starts Early a reaction to criticism of executions of the sup porters of ousted expresident Fulgencio Batista now going on throughout War crimes trials of abou prisoners being held here were postponed without explana lion but elsewhere Cuba the killings went least nine Batista supporters See Page 7 MP Ray mond Erwin of Houston was killed Saturday when crushed between two cars in a threecar Erwin was identified as a pri vate detective working as the legal investigator for a Houston He and his Albert came to Austin to pick up an automobile as part of Erwins While they were putting a tow line on the two a third car crash ed into the rear of one of the jumped clear Phillips in less than a Thirtysix but Erwin was persons were killed Sunday I Officers said no charges had when a German airliner crashed been and exploded while attempting to land at Galeao International at Rio De crashes occurred blinding The Curtis operat See Page 9 In Japan Boosts Arms Spending the Gulf Coast and the Atlantic The bureau predicted considerable snow from Vir ginia northward along the East Less moisture than is predicted for the Missouri andjaside for these things out of a Upper Mississippi River Valimilltary budget of military forces will double their expenditures on guided mis rockets and submarines In tho year beginning April The Japanese Defense Agency today will be set leys and the Western Mountain Interiproposed to Parliament but not yet Lights Will Invite Volunteers To Get Donation Mothers Polio March Monday More than 200 over block the vomen volunteers aided by a ew men will canvass the city Monday night beginning at 6 in the 1959 Mothers March m Corsicana is asked to be to do its part when the olunteers ring doorbells and nock on doors wherever a lorchlight or candle in the win dow signifies residents have a gift for the March of Max Rosenblum and her Burney Bob women who will comprise the main force of Emphasis was placed by Rosenblum on the hour the Mothers March which Is an hour earlier than used in previous Participants of the March by school district will be as fol lows SAM Wal ter captain and James and Bill lave been at work the past wo weeks with chosen leaders rom each of the citys school iistricts in recruiting the army if women to serve in the Moth rs Each school district has H aptain in charge and some dis lieutenants Liston Her Louise Halsey James Atlas Nelson Herman James David Henry ricta have designated lieutenjWallace Sam Gordon and Atwood block ward Tommy Wat kins and Walter captains Marshal Freddie Ralph Bryant Billy Fred Albert Bobby Joy Edward Al John Ray Goldes berry and block Leroy captain Doyle Bob Wil liam Dil Dave Andy Slmington and Miss Alleen Car block See Page 8 17 Anthony of Mercedes was killed early Saturday when the car he was driving ran off the road and struck a palm tree about a half mile east of MINERAL 17 Rodolfo was found dead last night in n car which missed a bridge near Ben See Page 9 Phillip Bonsai Expected To Be Envoy To Cuba 17 UPI Philip new ly Ahlbassador to is expected tocounse Fidel Castros revolutionary gov eminent to go slow on mass executions of defeated Batista Bonsais advice was expected to carry some weight with Castros regime Inasmuch as the diplomat made a reputation in Colombia two years ago as a strong friend of prodemo cratic forces in Latin The White House has not formally announced Bonsais ap pointment to the ticklish Cuban But this apparently be nme a mere formality when Castros government disclosed n Havana that Cuba had ac cepted a career presumably will tell Castro of he wave of protest which well ed up in Congress as a result of the executions of Batista followers and stress the 1m Pago 5 West Nominated Attorney Eisenhower noml William West III of Fort Worth today to be attorney for Northern West who has been asslst int attorney since Decem ber Is a He would succeed Heard re The term Is for four NOTHING NEW IS PROPOSED AT SESSION Hagerty Denies Possible Nixon Visit Mentioned 17 UPI President Elsenhower and Soviet Deputy Premier Anastas Mikoyan conferred on cold war problems for an hour and 45 minutes but the White House said no new proposals were James press sec said Eisenhower and Secretary of State John Foster Dulles both felt that it was a useful Variety Of Topics Hagerty said topics ranged from the Berlin crisis to Ger Increased and a freer exchange of Mikoyan told news men on leaving the White House that he had passed along to the President the best wishes of Soviet Premier NIkita Khrush chev for better relations be tween this country and The Soviet official said Eisen hower thanked him most cordially and asked that simi lar greetings and hopes be con veyed to Ho said he and the President agreed that their talk was vise See Page 5 Russians Feel Mikoyan Is Significant 17 The Russians regard First Deputy Premier Anastas Mikoy ans talks with senhower today President El os a possible first step toward further per sonal contacts between Soviet and American Whatever positive results the meeting may the Rus sians regard It as the climax of Mlkoyans precedentshattering trip and hope It will serve to clarify the position of both sides on outstanding world Russias leaders have said re icatedly that peace in the world oday depends on the ability of big two to coexist and They say If tho United States and the Soviet Union can agree on major other countries will be only too Iad to join In Premier NIkita Khru shchev told United Press In correspondent Hen ry Shapiro that we dont think hat if bilateral agreement is achieved between the Soviet Union and the United States t will harm other Todays mooting wns the first oplevel contact between the United States and Russia since he 1955 Geneva so t Is easy to understand why tha Russians assign so much Im portance to MIKOYAN ARRIVES AT STATE DEPART deputy premier of the Soviet hurries through the state de partment lobby in on his way to a meeting with Secretary of State This Is Mikoyans second meeting with during his twoweek visit to this Wiley protocol walks aheadot AP Wlrephoto   

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