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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - April 10, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Mostly cloudy and cool through Saturday with scattered light rain this afternoon and Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 1 11 1 12 1 I 2 52 53 55 j 56 57 58 Complete Weather Report on Market O Homeof the Daily Sun and SemiWeekly n 263 LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEM APKIL PAGES I f 4 DOWNPOURS TOP 6 INCHES IN HOURS Joins Teamsters Cold Follows Heavy Snows In Rockies Section DAM MAINTENANCE PACT MAY BE SIGNED MONDAY April 10 UPI Congress got ing advice today on steps it should take to assure citizens M who a w p i MISSILE TO THE and not a composite photograph This striking of an Army Lacrosse missile high over southern New Mexico happened to catch the daylight moon in the The appar ent enormous size of the moon in relation to the missile is because of the 96inch focal length lens in the Army which nesses were along is pulled in the The moon Authorities ually is still its normal miles AP By The Associated Tress Heavy rains sent flood waters into some Houston homes and businesses Kb lof their constitutional Rescue agencies stood by Herman director of take out families if A contract involving the coniservation representatives Bnai Brith AntiDefama Downpours up to inches Utruction and maintenance of be present at the meeting and 1 A AO xiousion in ism all Can Be Serious Navarro county between theless of being drawn should be determinedl The xe oenous NavarroHill Soil Con Navarro county voters recent RMn and drizzle fell in many servation District and the Soil ly approved a twocent per other parts of the state but the Conservation Service may be valuation county to be used Houston area was the at a meeting of the comfor the maintenance of the sioners court Monday small which will be con One more Inch of rain and County Judge Kenneth Doustructed on private were in serious said glas said Friday this would be The Soil Conservation Service K governments t in he Howard Harris County discussed and that it was poshad already agreed to build the agreement would but needed assurance urA some local until would take Judge Douglas said Soil Conjcare of the Judge Douglas said the con tract would be a three way agreement between the NavarroHill Soil Conservation by mob her pay He said this would forcstaUlSunday a repetition of the local miscalDukes flood control sible an The flooded homes and Chocolate said the led to the 1957 crisis iri nonunion See April 10 UP Final action was expected next week in the Senate on two House passed bills bringing Arlington State and Tarleton State Col leges io 4year The two schools given temporary approval Thurs day amist cries that the state eant afford to have a college for every county seat in TeX Both houses adjourned until Monday when another rough week of floor debate was expect Senate committees worked af ter the session broke pass ing out one important oil in dustry bill to require common purchasers of crude oil to take oil ratably in the general area served by the purchasers pipe Another Important to the Gulf Coast fishing in was sent to a subcom mittee for one This would close thbays to harvesting of shrimp except during the fall in a move to conserve shrimp and remove the threat that tiny shrimp would be taken pre see 3 Burdick Claims Horses Stolen April 10 flooding came from slow drain ing surface Drainage Slow But the bayous cutting through Houston themselves were near flood The Weather Bureau held out hope that the rains would end by Friday In other Harris County Baytown had inches accidents in Navarro day night and a twoday total county in Scott of of Pasadena reported the Corsicana substation of the in two days with some streets Texas Highway reported flooded and surface water some Waller had One Fatality On County Roads During March One person was killed in rural pending civil to help re See Page 7 See DAM Page 3 Churchill Will ay Ike Visit Early In Hay April 10 The White House an nounced today that former Brit Little But John Sparkman said the subcommittee should kill all rights legislator establish harmony among our people and to rebuild He said that since the Supreme Courts school integration rul has replaced trust and fear has replaced mutual confidence in the The House Administration Reductions Committee disclosed meantime Venezuelan that it expects to decide Wednesday whether to Londo The cuts Reac ToV OilP NEW Y April 10 UP The general sales tax didnt even have a speaking opponent at its official debut This is a general sales tax bill of 1 12 per cent on every thing except food and fertilizer and purchases under 50 Frates Seelig son of San Antonio told the House Revenue and Taxation i Four Students Held For Hoax April 10 UP Four juveniles suspected of telephoning a teacher that a bomb had been placed Levelland Junior High Building were arrested day The reason Im for a gener al sales tax is that if business has to absorb new burdens of in the end the average General Rains Cover County Navarro was one of nine coun ties In the 22county area of District 6 to report Nine persons were injured Iish Prime Minister Sir Winston on Navarro countys rural highChurchill will visit President ways during the These Eisenhower for three days in nine injured occurred in four kj separate In all there were 18 accidents in the coun See Page 10 V J Dillon Insists SEATO Needs Thc British leader has bad a consumer will have tax heavier No one appeared against the Rains totaling from approxagc totaled I t V It i t I J J ty during the but 13 of ongstandingj invitation to visit them were listed as property hls old fnend of World War II damage Property damand was forccd to canccl a Nor were there one inch to more than Navarro had a better fatality cause of iNur were mere wu Economic Help WELLINGTON 10 Undersecretary proteats from tho to Washington last year beOf State Douglas Dillon said government which cents a barn Shell OH British Petro major stockhoi s Middle East c troleum Standard Oil O prices Orel las largest prod The reductions in the School Thurs The 604 students left the build ing Thursday after the caller told Spencer Beasley that a bomb had been placed in the building and was set to go off Usher 80in 15 yearold former North Dakota police and firemen were call set out today after five of his ranch He said they were Burdick Thursday popped in here after a f fourday drive from Washing ton and said five of the horses found in South He said he intends to get them then a second phone call came and a female voice I hope youre having fun look ing for Police and firemen found no nesses against Bob Eck hardts fluctuating tax on the value of dedicated natural gas Both went routinely to The Houston representative said his measure equalize the tax paid foot of natural gas of the price charged to pipe Chairman Ram sey of Beckville said major oil companies who appeared against Daniels proposal also wanted thefr objections voiced against Eckhards He estimated pipe lines would pay the greater part of the 45 million dollars the bill would raise tonight economic aid for the ifc would lose millions a survey Friday morning killed in two in Hill their White House guest May fensive In the Fat and two in One and on May 7 Sir Winston in a nationwic 2 12 inches have been received rccord than three adjoining The President and EiaenSEATO nations is necessary to in taxes Paid bv for at Navarro county points this Three persons were hower will have Churchill as meet the Communist trade ofcompanies operating The which wide Increased sharply in a Approximately 2 12 incheslson was killed in Ellis move to the British emlDillon said Red China slashed bascd in Part on the corn have been recorded inthe For the 22county for one night there pricps on textiles and See VENEZUELA Pace 9 goods last year In an at to disrupt established patterns In the SEATO X15 In Third Kerens and Rice reported two and 151 as property damage to gie his blessing atl He said the Reds also broke IM jfejr Captive Flight See SALES Page 7 NECKWEAR NOTED JP John land has received Blooming Frost and Corsicana received heavy show Frost reported inch Fri day and Corsicana for the past 24hour bringing the weeks total to Other points of the county al so received spotted precipita it was learned from var ious The rain fell slowly and most of it has soaked into the providing moisture for planting See 7 Boykins neck wear attracted of grasses and cotton as some attention in a department store of Tuc strolled into the store wear ing a bright checked shirt with a fourfoot bull snake wrapped Principal Marvin Wheeler said around his Boykin said four juveniles were arrested he caught the snake on a picnic after a tip that one of them and thought it looked real was bragging about the sporty with his shirt soon as the weather improves and the temperature rises to where germination of seeds will be Farming and highway opera tions have been interrupted by the showers and No hail or electrical disturbances were Astronauts Forerunners New Service April nonchalant young men were launched today on astronautical careers which may take each of them into orbit around the earth aboard They are The Mercury Astro chosen above all others for the glory and dan ger of being the first to carry their countrys colors into They cherish the as pire to the glory and despise the The three Navy and three Air Force test presented publicly by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA Thursday as the Americans best qualified for Project Mer as the manned satellite program is They range in age from 32 to All are married and all have In appearance they look like almost any group of closecrop ped American They laugh easily and give the im pression of knowing what they ere doing and where they are But no one of the hundreds at Thursdays mass news confer ence with the Mercury Astro nauts at NASA headquarters same away with the notion that these young men are just aver age representatives of their gen One of their examiners let it be known that their run above 130 he is very than any of NASA Director Keith in introducing the se lect described them as Another NASA offi cial later predicted that these gifted men eventually form the nucleus of Americas first Academy of All of the seven took the at titude that the Mercury assign ment was just an extension of the work they already had ded icated their lives to as test pi One reporter asked what sus taining faith lay behind the pilots decision to volunteer for a Job unique in the history of The seven replied that they were buoyed by religious their wives faith in their faith in and their faith in the people planning Project All are in the process of being See Page 10 seven April test 10 pilots picked for the mercury man ned satellite project already have been through enough to make an ordinary mortal holler If they dont space flight can that hasnt been not wonder what do to them theyre For seven and onehalf days and three evenings at the Love lace Clinic in they submitted to every in dignity doctors could think up for physical Then for six days and three evenings at the Wright Air De velopment Center Aeromedical Laboratories in they were buffeted with stress measurements and with vari ous psychological The exhaustive and exhaust ing tests to which the mercury Astronauts were subjected were detailed Thursday by the Na tional Aeronautics and Space Administration Reporters at a news confer ence with the Astronauts ask ed which of their ordeals they liked One complained that wherever the doctors found part of the body into which they could push something they pushed as far as they could Another lamented the time spent on a bicycle A third said he A not over joyed by the requirement to swallow a long tube for some gastric examination or The layman schooled by sci ence fiction in the horrors of space wonder if and life at Albuquerque and Wright was any At for ex doctors the candidate hop 20 inches high every two seconds for five him to walk a tread mill until his heart hit 180 beats per him to plunge his feet suddenly into a tub of ice him to make sense out of a control panel with 12 constantly changing each requiring a different re him into a space suit and for one hour checked to see how his heart operated See Page 10 Canada Budget Boosts Taxes Long Gabbing Costs Man Life April 10 Fi nance Minister Donald Fleming proposed a deficitcutting budg et Thursday night hitting the pocketbook of every Canadian EDWARDS AIR FORCE April 10 Dillon who came here for a The sleek North American Avla meeting of the SEATO tion rocket ship X15 was test spoke shortly after it had adflown today for the third time journed with a call for imagiin captive fashion beneath the native and varied countermeaswing of its mother urea to meet a Red campaign Once again Test Pilot Scott suffered The budget was immediately day and died criticized both inside and outpleaded for 17 minutes for some side the House of one to get off their party With last years huge Elma Dobort told police deficit in husband suffered the at announced tax increases said would cut the deficit of economic SAN April 10 ti Aj a heart attack Thurshas tfieed to add to control while his contribution to a graduate school of engineering that SEATO plans to open in Bang kok In and to con tribute to a new chol trled toiera roseurch heltack about 11 She for telephone his but sat in the X15s The councils closing instrumentladen cockpit munique said the United States Ichecking out the space vehicles systems and power The third carrytest was or dered by Harrison Stormy North Americans chief who said he wanted more data on the intricate work OF ALF CIO Meany today that program amounts to Meany retorted hi a 10mlmito lecture that almost everything designed to bring sunlight Into peoples lives IB called The exchange occurred be twoen Meany and Bruce Algor us Meany tes tified before the House Ways and Means Committee In be half of labors demands for Increased amounts and dura tion for unemployment com pensation Meany said federal action is needed to make jobless pay more than a more detour on the road to When Alger completed a long the communique said the had accepted with invitation to hold inSs of tho 50foot lonB before permitting CrossfieM to loose from the B52 bomb personal income tax rate the first of taxable come by one per with on I Finally the line was inand Dobert the fire The firemen ar meeting in In glide and he told Meany ho couldnt find any difference between the legislative program other two per cent added to the rived in four but rate of income above was too it inor Incident See Page Wedding By ARNOLD DIBBL April 10 UPI A disgruntled antiroyalist threw a stone at Prince Akihito and Princess Michiko today as the newlyweds rode In triumph through the streets of Tokyo from the Imperial Palace where their 15minute marriage serv ice years of tra Neither Akihito nor his com moner bride was injured when a 19yearold Kensetsu threw the stone which missed and then tried to climb aboard the maroon and gold royal carriage until he was pulled down by uniformed foot Michiko shrank away from the Akihito appeared startl d but kept his composure and the royal carriage did not The attack came only minutes after the 26yearold prince de fied palace traditionalists by rying for love and bringing to the threshold of the throne ol Japan the woman he wooed and won on a tennis A police official said Naka y a was resentful that Akihito TAFT put final touches to newcomer onlwhom he called a man like any the capital The slim 100foothigh pink marble beil towbody else should be the ccntei er is a memorial to Robert of such a spectacular Akihito and Michiko becamei For their procession man and wife when their Shinto wore evening Akihito Michiko wedding ceremony ended with a wore a Westernstyle off the sip of sake from a silver bowl in shoulder evening Around the inner shrine of the Imperial her shoulder was a the other world most for The luck of Akihito held good today on the day of his Akihito wore the ceremonial Rain which fell In torrents robe known as early this morning stopped at his bride an antique dawn and the first bright sun robe made of 12 layers which shine in four days beat down on burdened her with 44 pounds of Joyful crowds which awarmed green the Imperial Palace plaza and and white silk and The the route of the newlyweds wedding gown was used by the mage Empress Nagako when whe was The unexpected sunshine de married 35 years ago to Emperor lighted once again those purist Japanese who saw the Atop her woven with a wig into a ceremonial hairdo and between the sun goddess the emperors of whom that took hours to perfect was Japanese mythology says she ll a tiara ot diamonds set original mother a tiara used by the Empress Aklhitoa grand for her wedding in but remodeled for Michiko wore the same tiara in the triumphal procession tcrwurda through the streets ihito bore her in a maroon and It was a dazzling horse There were other good omens Five minutes before Akihito and Michiko stepped into their car four white herons symbols of good luck over the palace The crowds were quiet restrained at the for police car had minute warning against Bhoyb or throwing and carriage procession with golden trappings and the colors of But as the processlpp rnmoved into Tokyos streets See Page   

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