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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - April 13, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Fair through Tuesday spots of frost tonight with low in mid30s warmer Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 I 12 1 I 2 50 62 54 56 57 1 58 Complete Weather Report on Market fiparneof the Daily Sun and SemiWMkly Mo LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL 265 APRIL 1959 PAGES New Treatment Will Delay Decisi Britain Propose Curbs On BRUSHOFF 1 HINTED BY TOP SOVIET Russians Want Veto Power On All Controls April 13 The United States and Britai nked the Soviet Union today to agree a prompt controlled euspension of nuclear weapons tests on or near the surface of the earth leaving the prob lem of other types of blasts for later Reaction Negative Informants said the proposal provided for splitting up the test suspension It wa advanced as the threepowe talks resumed after an Easter First Soviet reaction was re ported to be Under the new Western plan k agreement would be reached at once on banning surface nuclear tests the ones which cause dangerous radioactive Others Separate Such an agreement would no cover very high altitude and l underground atomic and hydro gen weapons Such ex plosions difficult to police in any event could be covered in some subsequent agreement reached after the first problem had been U Ambassador James J Wadsworth and British Minis ter of State David OrmsbyGore proposed dividing the nuclear problem into two parts with the See Page 12 Senators Hay Begin Debating Labor Measure April IS UPI Senate Democratli Leader Lyndon Johnson said today the Senate may open de i bate Wednesday or Thursday on the KennedyErvin Labor Re form He said that committee re ports on the measure must be filed with the Senate Wednes and the bill wil be taken up promptly if its sponsors other members of the Labo Committee are The anticorruption bill is co sponsored by John F Kennedy and Sam J Ervin It was ap proved by the Labor Committe 132 several weeks Other congressional develop ments Medical care The adminis tration told Congress that a con troversial laborbacked plan t give old folks free medical car would cost one billion dollars Arthur Sec retary of Education ant made that estimate ir 117page report to the Hous Ways and Means Committe which outlined several possibl methods to help the aged mee medical He did no come out for or against any o See Page 2 Texas House Postpones Action Texas Cold Lingers Others Get Sno CURIOSITY BURNS and his were hospitalized at Salt Lake City after they ex perimented with a book of maches and some The boys were treated for first and second degree burns on their right Dam Maintenance Contract Signed Navarro county entered Into a contract with two soil conseri vation units relative to the maintenance of small flood de tention dams in the county Monday The commissioners court at its regular meeting voted to give County Judge Kenneth Douglas authority to sign a contract in behalf of the The other two parties of the contract are the Soil Conserva Clean Up Week Weather Good Mondays opening of the an nual observance of Clean Up Week sponsored by the Cham ber of Commerce public health committee was favored with a pleasant change in weather aft er rainy period lasting several days last The city is as it always by putting all sev en of its sanitation department trucks into the drive to haul away the discarded material as expeditiously as Citizens are urged to put out any and all rubbish early on the day for their regular garbage pick up so as not to delay the sanitation crews which will be striving to handle the increased amount of refuse in approxi mately the same time schedule normally tion Service and the Navarro Hill Soil Conservation District Judge Douglas signed the contract as two soil conserva ion Logar area conservation su and New of chairman of the NavarroHill Conserva tion District looked on Also on hand for the cere monies was James Sewell district judge and an arden proponent of the dam program who presented the contract t the as far as the county is the con tract calls for the county maintain the dams which wil be built by the Soil Conserva See Page 12 Tulsa Zoo Gets Bad Elephant April 13 Zoo officials will bring Dorothy the oncedoomed circus ele back alive to Tulsa this Director Hugh Davis of Tul sas Mohawk said the man killing elephant will be taken from here to her new home April Davis said Dorothy will be used strictly for al though she is an expert per Bigger Sonic Booms Coming By CHARLES CORDDRY LAS April 13 that youre get ting used to normal jet aircraft noise you can prepare to live under a sky filled with horrend ous sonic Curtis Air Force vice bluntly dished out that information today at the opening session of the first World Congress of Rep resentatives of 50 countries were present for the Congress meet airpower and missile ex hibitions and new jet airliner LeMay told a jet age confer held as part of the flight there is no known scientific or technical solution to the sonic boom He disclosed that some new like the B58 lay down a wave of sound and pressure which in some cases is as much as 100 miles This sonic boom goes with the air craft over the full route of the i t It is not pleasant to tthe hullabaloo that may he when large numbers of jets including passenger begin to cruise at supersonic Not planes can do that and sonic booms1 are so far heard only briefly when jet fights dive through the sound We also know from the amount of fan mail we receive on this subject that these pressure aside from causing considerable apprehen sion and in some cases inflict physical damage to LeMay declared that high air plane speeds and increased air ciaft population have crowded usable air space to the degree where air safety and traffic control have become the major limiting If positive control ri current traffic at all times was at tempted with present three out of four planes would be unable to leave the he This sunbaked desert known chiefly as a gambling re was converted over the kend into the aviation cen ter of the Hundreds of from an experimental to the Air Forces the Convair 880 and Douglas DC8 jet were flown here for demonstra tions and The Air Force also will show four of its latest missile Snark an Bomarc during the weekIon show in static Abou 100 and foreign manufac turers have taken space in th ultramodern Las Vegas Con vention Hall to display aen missile and related pri While 77 governments of th world were invited to the mee the first World Fligl Congress is primarily a If the natio hopes to rival the eslablishe British aviation show at Farn While missiles were placed o display in a press preview Sun day on a lot adjacent to th Convention aircraft bullc ers landed their pet planes a McCarran Field where elabo ate advance arrangements wer made to provide proper air tra fie The stated purpose of th Flight of which Et ward Curtis is general chai is to portray and analyz the impact of modern aviatio on the international economy Its scope was broadened fron the original aviation theme t See Page 2 By The Associated Press Winter tarried for another day Monday in Texas as forecast rs predicted continued cold eather for the week after a For the second straight e frost line at dawn Monday xtended deep into the At 5 tebperaturee were t freezing or below over the anhandle and South Plains and outhward to Wink and Abl Both Fort Worth and alias at that time recorded i degree readings with the niperature continuing an all ight Elsewhere in the tem eratures ranged upward to the iddle 40s over the upper coast nd Into the lower and middle Os along the middle and lower Low readings ranged 24 at Dalhart to 56 at It was uncomfort bly chilly all over Frost damage to fruit crops feared over a wide Most of the state was clear clouds following the wind ng route of the Rio Grade from El Paso to No rain ad been Forecasts called for another old night with temperatures as ow as 30 degrees with scat ered light frost again in the anhandle and South 35 8 in North Central 38 8 in the north portions pi outh Central Sexas and n the interior of East After a brief warmup begin Ing Tuesday an ex ended forecast issued Monday Page 12 Women Force Discovery Of Rare Mineral April 13 UPI A substance considered a nuis ance at a mica mine here was ested at the Insistence of two vomen and found to be a rare mineral useful in thermonu clear Willis Thompson of owner of the Min ng said he believed the de posit of cesium ore may turn out to be the largest in the The only other major known deposit Is on the Island of Elba where Napoleon was The Russians control those mines under a postwar Only last week the Los Ala mos laboratory of the Atomic Energy Commission announced use of ionized cesium gas to CANCER CRVSADE CANVASS SCHEDULED TUESDAY NIGHT convert nuclear energy into The deposit was found by ac cident in a mica mine by Thompsons Hazel am Lillian wife o videly known Stanley who works with The two using an in strument which buzzes when near showed that th pinkish ore found in the mine was more than a As a result of their find thi ore was named combination of the women first Women from throughout Navar o county will march Tuesday ight under the sword of ope as they carry out the Can er Crusade housetohouse can ass to aid in the drive to raise to further the work of he American Cancer Joe Bob the coun y Crusade has ap ointed Crusade leaders in most owns and communities of the ounty to direct this activity utside and here in own has appointed 22 cap alns who in turn have recruit d a force of 170 women volun Skipjack Ride Is Impressive April 13 UP atomic submarine Skip with seven congressmen plunged effortlessly to new ocean depths at record speeds over the The whaleshaped be commissioned ploughed deeper speeds greater than submarine in It re turned to its berth here Sun Members of the Joint Congressional Committee on Atomic Energy who made the trial run and look turns at the controls were visibly The Navy would give no de tails but Clinton Ander son chairman of the commitlee said In a slatement For security reasons I can only say that we were deeper than 400 feet and moving faster than 20 The as early as four years listed such speeds and depths for their first atomic Exact figures have always been Polaris Sub Launching Set April nuclear Polaris sub marine USS George Washingtor which will carry 16 fleet ballis tic missiles with an accuracy range of will he launched here June the Navy announced The being built a The housetohouse canvass vill kick off at 6 Tues day and workers will knock on he door of every residence vlthin their assigned territory here and in the other county This year the housetohouse ampaign date is being desig lated The C stands for Cancer and Tekell Our objective Is control and here and the tragic waste of life rom cancer and to conquer he as other diseases have been for fu Our CDay Crusaders will ask you to give all you can to help fight and they also vill give you the facts of Amer cas number two disease kill Page 2 Hospital Board Studies Repairs At Mennria Reports of dis cussions relative to repairs and improvements made and need ed and a resumption of the con sideration of securing the serv ices of a pathologist for Me morial Hospital featured the April session of the hospital board The question of the patholo considered last will he considered by the hospital staff which may make recommenda tions to the board at a future The need for additional Xray equipment was hut action was deferred for more The placing of Kalistrom on Pinoak Creek Back In Banks After Flooding Pinoak a Richland creek tributary in southwest Navarro overflowed thousands of acres during the weekend but has returned to its It was fed by the several inches of rain in the Un on High and other communities late last including Cool Pinoak empties in Richland creek near the rock quarry northwest of Richland and south of Richland was on a rise which kept Pinoak from discharging its flood load into the main Richland was out of banks Sunday at the Highway 75 crossing and down but both streams were back in banks Chambers creek was high but began falling Sun day afternoon without getting out of It was The rainfall for the 24houi period ending Sunday at 7 m was bringing Aprils precipitation to the highest the current year will the month stll The precipitation last wee one fourbed ward was ap proved and a committee was authorized to find out the rela tive cost of ceramic Twen tytwo rooms were repaired with material similar to Kalistrom See Page 2 USW Mapping Contract Talks NEW April the Electric Boat Yards of Gen Tnc high command of the eral Dynamics at a cost united Steelworkers of Amer of will be the first of its class to go off the launch ing Four others are under construction and another four have been authorized under a Navy speed up The George Washington is 380 ica meets here today to map strategy for new wage contract talks with the steel industry scheduled to start May Steelworkers President Davic McDonald will confer with his top lieutenants today and Let Contract For Levee Work raising and filling i low places on the Chamber reck levees in the Navarn County Levee Improvement Dls trict 4 east of Corsicana and east of Pottys Chapel wil oegin as soon as weather con dltions Contract has been awardec Cox and Snced Hamilton Corsicana for a Jo amounting to district re vcaled Saturday afternoon an the equipment has been move to the The cost of mater als to be provided by the dif trict will bring the project 1 excess of raising and filling o the Chambers levee and the in stallation of a drainage flume o the JohnstonCollins propertlc line are Included in the 195 Considerable work will als be included In I960 and 1961 ac cording to present plans of th supervisors and property owner The levee was broken In sev eral places while the washed over the top at othe points last year and the pro vlous Supervisors of the district ar chairman C feet long and has a displacement Although he gave nostr0une and of The keel was laid Electric Boat has another un der USS Patrick The Theodore Roosevelt is being built at Mare the Robert Lee at Newport See Page 2 reason for the meeting of the unions executive aides said the looming contract nego tiations would be high on the The unions threeyear con tracts with the nations basic steel companies expire June ancifl Myl Hat til ure 1 pend ree si Sjl You pledgld See Street Brings Jail For1 Aprlfl ended fines and suspended lumbering 570 days ed today against iius president Hourl Kansas j rid Italy Employes Judge I leld the railroaders if court for violating ion he issued in Ji The gist of the inju iued in 1956 at the Vcuhoff Packing hat the railroad was posed to block Alamo fo five minutes at a In a twoweek hearing started March the packin company alleged the ralroad blocked the street with its trains 88 times from January Juno of Judge Thorn found the railroad guilty of 80 of the 86 alleged viola Thornton suspended the fines and Jail sentences on provision Jfrrst schedule In afternoon speech al Advertising the President speaks to seventh annual Republican Wo mens He ii expect ed to take this occasion to re inforce his belief that support for his economyingovernment program will be the best politi cal medicine for the GOP in Tuesday tho Presi dent will confer with House See 2 Cuban Rotary Urges Changes April UP Jubas Rotarlans are appealing for the restoration of habeas corpus and speedy trials for hundreds of civilian prisoners held by Fidel Castros govern Meeting in Santa Clara dur ing the the Rotarians said conditions in Cuba have returned to normal and habeas prevent police from holding prisoners tor long periods without formal charges be reestablished as a dampening speculation he might iDKN STIUCKKN AGAIN LONDON Former Prime Minister Anthony Eden has suf fered his second attack of his longtime liver ailment since re turning from a last Sir ordered to take things rest In Mexico Anthony was universally humanlieenter politics as a member of the House of Ho Is 3 Satellites Poised April of a the package will he detach Secret American Hidden In Soviets Training Spies April 13 UPI The shining American automobile drew up outside the Texas A tali man in an Ivy League suit got out and sauntered Into the dimlylit A gweet he order snarled the No American would drink a sweet Now start all over how about a scotchon therocks Per writing in the Swedish Military Journal Contact With the Armed says this is the sort of thing which happens every day in the typically American town of not For claims Lindgren s Russias top school for Soviet scheduled for stateside as Russian spy training in Win a tightlyguarded town of inhabitants in the cen tral Is the most ef ficient in the Lindgren Nobody graduates until they are completely Indoctrinated in to the American way of he Some of them spend up to 13 years there before their big chance According to Lindgren About students from Russian universities are sent there every The town is surrounded by barbed wire bar Guards patrol the boun daries and ordinary Russians are not allowed Life Inside Is that of any American town of citi All cars are American Bars and stores juke boxes blare out American Jazz and Rock n Roll at all Glamor gals put on burlesque Instructors act as hotel receptionists and Every mistake is corrected on the Every kind of American ac cent is strictly from the American is pumped into the They learn how to make tele phone how to order thea ter tickets in how to talk authoritatively on base There is a special course on Hollywood with special em phasis on the seamier side ol life They have to put themselves in the place of a middle class middleoftheroad American de fending foreign They learn to drive to how to reac if pulled up by a traffic cop Chewing gurn machines adorn the The movie thea ters show only American pic Poker is the only card game scanning the vision and cam1 only seventenths of a United States plans to launch three more earth satellites from Cape and one from Vandenberg Air Force If all goes all three man made moons will be fired sky ward by The new satellites are design ed to glean more data on the earths makeup and and explore the possibility of putting huge reconnaissance satellites into orbit In the fu The Cape Canaveral shot Is scheduled to be a unique 2lnl launching with the Vanguard It will carry an instru mented satellite for measuring the magnetic solar radia tion and meteor and a 30inch inflatable sphere for checking air the Canaveral scien tists may put three objects in orbit if all goes The third and final stage of the rocket as sembly is expected to go into or bit with the two At the Air Force will try to put a Discoverer sat ellite into a southnorth polar This launching will be to develop capabln of with tele ed and the balloon will be in flated with It weighs The Discoverer probably will eject a package of Instruments which scientists will try to defense officials were mum on this of the The Discoverer which arc to achieve stable flight rathor than tumb ling about like other have an important relationship to eventual efforts to put a man in space as well as to military meteorology and The current experiments eventually may be to pound satellites hurled aloft by Atlas Intercontinental The Vanguard satellite will feature a radiation balance de This consists of four ping pong balls mounted on antennae which will measure the differ ence between energy reaching the earth and energy reflected by the In it will carry a small plasticaluminum balloon folded Into a compact Once the satellite goes Into or By following the balloons or scientists hope to obtain a far more accurate measurement of the density of space hundreds of miles above WASHINGTON 1F Tha United States plans to launch a 50pound satellite next month as a preliminary step toward ex ploring the planet A National Aeronautics and Space Administration spokesman said the launching will be at tempted from Cape under NASA He said a followup attempt probably will be made In Juna to send a satellite into the vi cinity of Next months equip ped with four rectangular will have a solar battery much more powerful than the one con tained in Vanguard The first launched almost 13 months still Is orbiting and Its solarpowered transmitter still sending The on the planned satellite will pro Eee Page 1   

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