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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - April 2, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                V F L THE WEATHER LOCAL to partly clou dy Warmer this afternoon and L Thermometer Readings 81 9 10 I 11 12 11 2 60 1 65 t 70 I 74 76 78 80 Complete Weather Report on Market the Daily Sun and SemiWeekly 256 LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN 1TED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TEL APRIL 1959 SECTIONS r L J is I H 1 h n J 1 F BOAT SAFETY MEASURE NEAR DEATH Senate To Hold First Friday Meet Of Session TWISTER FLATTENS pile of debris was the farm home of Ralph Grounds before atornado came roaring through everything in its Grounds and his wife are hospitalized with injuries and April House killed at least a legislative pro posal to set up boat safety reg ulations in then turned to one phase of Daniels deficiterasing It was the first time this ses sion that the governor has been able to get one of his pet plans before legislators for actual floor Debate Slated Debate on the tions financial a plan to General Recalls Plane To Load Enlisted Men On Emergency Leave Bumped By Vacationing Colonel SARATOGA April An airman charged today a storming lieu tenant colonel ordered him and six other enlisted men off a taking them home from administrai Japan on emergency colonel and his family a Ralph 18 was treated for injuries and erase up to 18 million dollars then took off in the plane for A Kennedy seeks what1 can be saved from wreckage as a pig roots through the AP Wirephoto of the deficit by revision of state bookkeeping was scheduled to continue after Hawaiian General Gets Action The airmen appealed to a joint session at which Robert MHita Ralph Yarborough was the ry commander in who principal ordered the military air trans ByThe Associated Press heavy crippling fog blan keted the New York area for the second day while tor nadoes struck two communi ties in The high winds killedone injured at least nine and caused damage estimuted at more than a million At ieast two lives were lost as aSresult of the fog blanket jn New many airliner flights were and the nearzero visibility anchored the liner Queen Elizabeth the worlds the exit York Idlewild Airport was shut down tight overnight and La Guardias business was limited to the takeoff eight Fair weather prevailed Thurs day in the wake of the violent Texas weather which occurred during the night Tuesday and when tornadoes and high winds killed six persons in Texas and one in injured and caused damage in the millions of dol 1 org Heavy overnight rains in the area caused northwestern Pennsylvania tn butaries of the Allegheny Riv See Page 7 March Driest In Many Years By The Associated Press Last month was the driest Charter Discussion Set Thursday Night Weve got to pass something port plane back to Japan and and theres not a thing in this personally bounced the colonel bill that would hurt from the Sam The incident occurred last said of the muchamended boat The colonel was or dered to remain in Tokyo pend ing an A town hall ori the proposed new city spon sored by the League of Women will be held at the coun ty courtroom Thursday at A meeting in East Cor sicana was held at the Com munity Center Wednesday at when citizens of Ward 1 discussed provisions of the proposed new charter to be voted on March in Texas in many The Weather Bureau reported Thursday that only a trace of rain fell during the 31day per iod at Laredo to make it the driest March there since Austin with of an inch had the driest March since Strange nough g of the Purdon Second To Reach Goal For Red Gross Another gone over the top on its assignment in the Red Cross campaign to raise Purdon thus became the sec ond community in the Rural County Town Division to reach Its assigned was the first to go over the raising The cam paign effort was directed there by Ruth Farmer as chair Red Cross staff personnel con sidered Farmers outstand ing job as a gesture of apprecia tion on her part of services ren dered to her and her family in prior Office personne noted that during World War II Farmers a eer kllled in action in tin fall occurred the last day of the Austins nor mal rainfall for the month is safety Fight Boat Bill The measure has been de bated off and on for the past Proponents claimed it was needed to prevent numer ous boating and swimming ac cidents in lakes that are fast becomingcrowded with pleasure and fishing Opponents said safety restrictions re The East Corsicana meeting quiring certain fire ex Train Hit Tossing Bodies Over Landscape was called to order by and life April2 member from the East Side on the original charter also a Knight Jacobs met with this group and a ques tion and answer period follow ed the talks in the interest of the proposal Jacobs said Thursday that the negro citizens promised to organize and conduct an inten The Santa Fe Chief smashed into automobile at 60 to 65 miles an hour late Wed nesday tosaing six members of family party across the land scape and killing four of them a ninemonthold boy and his airman were critical ly injured and given little chance to April 2 All I could see after the 1m 1 Another Munich Is Yarborough Fear On Berlin Alrman 2C Robert Kindl said today in Saratoga we were all on emergency My son had and the funeral was being held An other airmans mother had The daughter of another was in a hospital and fear was expressed for her Airman 1C Coye Bell said today at he was the one who telephoned General I knew I was in the right and I thought Id stand up for Bell was en route home to see Page 7 Nebraska Holds Couple Wanled In 40 States April 2 UPI today held cVtuple believed wanted 40 states for allegedly about bad checks dur ing a crosscountry check ing State troopers arrested George WiVUam and his Vera Georglana Kerrick Officers Del Shipley and Robert Zapp said they noticed the Harpers car matched one described on a wanted although the cense number was not MEXICO o rail strike has Communist plot t cos social order b strikes In key in formed sources sai More than 300 from strikers in th tieup reportedly r sweeping goal of Ri The Mexican gove1 linked two Soviet E dais with the plot a them to get out of A reliable Mexlcal said the Soviet Embi one million strike lice trailing a leftist u er seized the Train service mean gradually getting back There are still p In an Impor junction 150 miles east ico more than 300 demonstrated Wednesda the release of Demetrio jailed head of the Workers Vallejo was rounded up an estimated other leaders and rail workers tho government moved to See Page 7 sive educational campaign in Ralph Yarborough said topact was bodies flying through Ward 1 in the interest of the day the United States was the said the trains engi proposed new See Page 13 Texas Sportsman Wed April 2 playing second fiddle to Floyd Webb of Gaines The accident took place at a Berlin in the It smells like another Mu nich and there must be no Mucrossing near the Ardmore Air t Yarborough Force Authorities said a joint session of car driver may have been blinded by the setting sun and nich told Texas Yarborough touched brief ly I unable on the foreign situation aiming most of his 25 minute speech at what he called the dual to see the crossing See Page 13 ft I j 1 W w v w Sir Victor a 77year administration between state old English multimillionaire legislatures and the and honeymooned Were playing second fiddle here today with his 39yearold to the he We bride and S ir need a government of ideas and international not a government of banker and owner of a racing Yarborough said the married Evelyn Barnes was not following the theory Wednesday at his Nassau eslaid down by former President Then they flew to Miami Theodore Roosevelt of speak for a weekend of relaxation ing softly but carrying a big and attending the He said the United Lady formerly of States was talking loudly but first met the Loncarried a stick of undcrtermin don banker 10 years ago when able he hired her as a nurse He Or leaders say we can wipe had suffered a slipped disc as Russia off the he and it was the chapter office which aided her in that time of personal sorrow in mat See RED Page 7 an outgrowth of his World if we are second rate in Her constant attention sav we are second in de April in vestment in pricesupported and other surplus farm commodities jump ed to a record as of The Agriculture Department reported this was greater than the previous rec ord set on It was more than the invest ment a year ago when Uncle Sam had tied up in crop The big jump was due to heavy price support operations on the 1958 record The 28 investment was made up of in com modities owned outright by the Commodity Credit and in outstanding loans on farm products still held by Wheat was the most costly item in the governments in The government own ed and had loans on 172 bushels of represent ing a total outlay of Wheat in inventory totaled bushels worth loans covering bushels totaled Corn was a close second to The total corn investment of covered bushels in inventory worth and loans on bushels worth ed my life more than once in I Yarborough said the nation a heart he defense was threatened with too much talk of budget cut ting and reduction in the arm ed The Texas junior senator called attention that today was his second annivernary on his election to the He predicted that Padre charged to This rateljsland would be made a na Is 3 12 per Farmers this interest only if they pay off their loans and redeem the illions April 2 Agriculture Depart ment has announced ir will in crease to 2 34 per cent on May 1 the interest rate paid to banks financing government price support loans to The rate now is 2 12 per The department said the in crease is designed to bring the interest rate more in line with current rates on comparable j shortterm and commercial bor Many of the price support loans to farmers on crops are advanced by banks acting as agents for the The department guarantees to take over the loans at any But in the it pays interest to banks who do the financing The department said the change in interest rates paid to banks does not affect the rate Texan Admits Killing Girl LOS April 2 UPI A 200pound Texan was held today in the slaying of a 17 yearold Nebraska girl who had left home to lead her own Police said Larry Vance of admitted killing DurelJa Corky Boycr in her oneroom apartment Tues He beat her with a flat and when she kept screaming he tightened the cord around her police said Vance told Miss a county spelling champion at came to Los Angeles two months Her Jack said she left home because he revok ed permission for her to at tend a high school His action was punishment for her idling Robinso Traffic Victim Near Woriha tion of Streetn killed Wednesday nl car is reported to h turned over on State Highv near Wortham A Worth The Harpers pleaded before U Commissioner jj ambulance carried him to Thorpe in connection with a Mexia hospital where offici federal warrant issued said ho apparently was kill at Fort federal grand jury had return cd true bill against the Funeral services will be hel at from t couple for interstate Elmo church with burl tatlon of stolen property inIn the Elmo volving bad check The services will be co The Omaha office of the ducted by Cecil Thom Federal Bureau of pastor of the First Baptfi tion said a warrant also was church of assisted b issued against Harper for a conditional release Robinson was a veteran violation after he was freed World War having from from Australia to the Phill Surviving are his Mrs Modine and mother Belle both Streetman a Pasadena two sis Street and and a number of nephews and other rela April 2 second truckload of LowPallbearers will be Jack PIl or Rio Grande Valley Jim Glen to be shipped to hungry minBill Randall Rob ers in Kentucky was to leave Loyd Edward federal A warrant similar to the See PageJT More Cabbage Sent To Miners here Compton and Ralph The Salvation Army will Corley will tribute the cabbage in Ken Shipment costs are be ing paid by valley The cabbage was donated by Weslaco produce he first load left the valley The freight on U was paid by Jim Nickell ofl NEW April 2 a wal Nal me He WOU Report Dal uii ujejj jutuia ttuu j eucum uit m m v v crops stored as The Junior College Boards Involved government absorbs the interest when and if it takes over crops as payments for the SchooI April greatest decline in cotton exports so far Ihlsl Corsicana and Navarro coun aeason has been in this county voters will go to the polls trys traditional markets in again Saturday to vote in the western and various school board lections Set Saturday In Corsicanas five bal The Agriculture Department lots will be cast for candidates 5aid during the period 1for positions In the Corsicana 31 combined exports to the Independent School ori United and the county school board and on Italy were 73 per cent below the board of trustees of Navarro the same months last Junior Exports to Japan were off 54 Polls will open at 8 and per cent and to 73 at 7 Incumbents are running unop posed on the county and junior college but on the Cor BARBERS HIKE PRICES CHICAGO A shave andlslcana board three positions a haircut in in a few will be filled from a field of will cost an infour crease of 25 cents for The winners will come from The new for a haircut these four Robert and for a shave are and Mat incum Boyd is a housewife and former school teacher and Glad ney is a Three positions will be filled on the junior college board and the incumbents have an open They are Bruce Mc Cormick of Blooming Tom Eady of Corsicana and Winferd Berry of Davis of Precinct and Moore of Precinct both incum are running unopposed as two positions on the county board will be Corsicana board members serve three year county two years and junior college six Polling places and presiding lieved among the highest in the bents and Mitchell Boydljudges for the five Coraicana tand Robert jwards areas follows GodKing Dalai Lama of Tibet was reported to day to have escaped his Chinese Communist pursuers and crossed the border into The Chinese Communists said in a Peiplng radio broadcast monitored In Tokyo that the young Dalai Lama was accom Crockett Foley I Panted Into India Tuesday by 0 some of the rebels who took part Wynn Ward Travis j in thft fighting at Tibets Browning Wards John Davis Ward capital nearly two weeks Sam Houston Tne Communist report came Flynn and Ward Fannin sources in New Delhi reported renewed There are 13 other boxes hadbroken out between include schools at Ash Creek Blooming Daw Pei said the son Frost Emhoute Union Ijama entercd IncUa UndcP Pettys duress by the rebellious ele Rice and The Communists have charged all along that the Corsicana district voters should young GodKing did not really vote in the ward they were aswant to leave Their la signed to when they paid their test broadcast Implied that county poll No city poll was a virtual captive of the tax is Elections will be held in the Indian border police were countys other 13 school dlssaid by Peiping to be on their trie way from Tawang to meet the Dalai a UPI correspa his way to the In to interview Renewed fighting in east Tibet was said to have be gun when the Com munists directed heavy fire against pockets of rebel Khem ba The Communists were said to be dropping para troopers over a wide area of southeastern The Chinese garrison of Gy 100 miles southwest of was said to be preparing for new trouble with rebel ele The reports from Kalimpong on the Indian border said Lha sa airport was humming with the drone of small and highways surrounding the Ti betan capital were jammed with troops sent there by the Com In the Indian Protectorate of just south of the area where new fighting was report ed to have broken the small kingdoms entire militia of 000 men was mobilized to meet the threat of possible trouble at the Tibetan Prime Minister JJgme Dorje Bhutan ese munist reprisals if lous godling were allowed stay very long In tho smaUj Some sources in Kalimpong reported the Chinese Ists were deporting 100 truck loads of rebellious Tibetans dally from Lhasa to enforced labor presumably In oc cupied western There were also reports the Commun ilsta were reinforcing their Lhasa In New Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru told a bois terous session of Parliament he disapproved of the Chinese Communist embassys attempta to bring the cold war to Nehru spoke during debate on a PrajaSocialist Party mo tion to censure the embassy for distributing copies of tho off aial Felplng Peoples Daily which named the Indian border city of Kalimponff as a Tibetan espionage center where the Ti See Page 7   

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