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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - April 25, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER cloudi ness and warm through Sunday with scat tered light mainly at Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 j 12 1 I 2 66 69 71 1 74 76 78 80 Complete Weather Report on Market m the Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Morninf I inhtff LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS f APRIL PAGES Mississippi Mob Takes Rapist Froi WALL OF alerted to a reported plot by hired killers to assassinate Cuban Premier Fidel threw a for midable shield around the rebel hero on his arrival at city hal in New York for a visit with the The bearded no stranger to stray appeared more interested in the sights than in plotters as he cigar in behind Chief Inspec or Thomas commander of New Yorks uniformed po lice AP Wirephoto New Foreign Aid ProgramOpposed UPI Senate Leader Everett assistance in aid Dirksen said April 25 Republican Dirksen today voiced strong doubts about a Democratic proposal to put more emphasis on economic the foreign the fivepoint sponsored by Chair man William Fulbright D of the Senate Foreign Relations was ob viously designed to play down sharply the military aspects of aid joined by Hubert Humphrey and John Kennedy introduced the program late Friday as amendments to Presi Robbed Robber Unhappy Over Stolen Loot SAN April 25 A 29yearold jobless man stormed into the Hall Justice Friday and complained to officials that someone had stolen all the money he had acquired in a recent You just cant trust any body these said John Clylus I planned this whole thing so And if I didnt report who ever did it would get away Amazed officers reconstruct ed the story as follows who had been collect ing a unemployment check every week at the State Depart ment of Employment office decided to increase the take April 16 by what he described as a doityourself He hollowed out a book and inserted a maze of wire and batteries to make it look like a He presented the device to a young woman behind the employment office counter and threatened to blow up the build ing if she didnt hand over a See Page 8 dent Eisenhowers foreign aid The key proposal would ex pand the socalled developmen loan through which mos economic aid is t a year for five year and take it out of reach of con gressional appropriations com The fund would be finance through treasury loans au thorized on a continuing basi by Congress has appropriate dollars for th development loan fund since was created in 1957 and has re fused to put it on a permanen1 ly financed Eisenhower has asked 22 million dollars for the fund fo the remainder of the presen fiscal year and 700 million fo the coming fiscal Th House voted only 100 millio dollars in the first bu the Senate Appropriations Com mittee upped the amount to 20 The Senate is expecte to act on the bill next See FOREIGN Page 8 Berlin Chief To Retain Post April 25 army has reassure Congress that Americas top mi itary commander in Berlin wi nol be relieved of his posl unt the crisis there is The Gen Barksdale was sched uled for routine reassignmen this summer when his tour duty Samuel Stratton D a member of the Hous Armed Services Committe warned Defense Secretary Ne McElroy earlier this wee that switching Hamlett no might be change of American Stralton said he was inform eel that both the defense an state departments had agree that Hamlett should remain o the ifer Labor Rights Substitute Deb RULING ON PROPOSAL IS UPHELD Johnson Target Of Hot Words On Saturday Meet April UPI The Senate today wrote a compromise bill of rights for union members In to its labor reform bill to make the measure more palatable to labor and Southern It approved a substitute for the bill of rights amendment sponsored by John Mc Clellan which had been attached to the measure by a onevote margin three days The overwhelming vote In favor of the compromise was 77 to Thomas R chief author of the confessed that he and others who voted for the McClellan amendment Wed nesday have had second thoughts He said they concluded that parts of it were imperfectly drawn and ought to be One proviso was strick en in the substitute would have authorized the Labor De partment to seek federal court injunctions against violation of the rights of union mem This section had disturb ed some of the The substitute also contain ed a provision guaranteeing free speech and assembly for See LABOR Page 8 m Soviet Demands Stopping Of All Nuclear Tests April 23 UPI Soviet Premier Nlklta Khrushchev has written a personal letter to President Elsenhower calling for a halt of all tests of nuclear wea Tass News Agency said Tass said the message was handed to the State De partment in Washington Frida by Soviet Ambassador Mikhail It was an answer to a note Eisenhower sent to the Soviel Moscow Rules Out German Unity Talks Jobless Man Takes Bomb To Castro Meet Levee Repairs Contract Given Local Company FORT April 25 and of Corsicana has been notified to proceed on repalr ng of levees on Waxahachie reek in Ellis County Levee mprovement District outh of according to the Tort Worth Army The firm also was ow on a job in Navarro county Districts 10 and 11 on Chambers ARIAS SECURES REFUGE IJV BRAZILIAN EMBASSY Premier April 13 appealing personally to Khrushchev to hep get the deadlocked nuclear talks in Geneva back on a working President Eisenhower wrote that if Moscow was unwilling to go along with onsite inspec tion of possible violations of a test ban it might accept as a first step toward a com plete ban the cessation of i clear weapons tests in the atmosphere to a height of 30 We should not flinch be fore the difficulties attached io agreement on a test Khrushchev Wo should muster strength of will and show an apprecia tion of the need to conclude See Page 8 Lawrence Seaway Opened April 25 Lawrence a feat of international coopera tion and engineering opened today in a workday atmosphere of line order shouting and whistle tooting at of the Lambert the gates The locks are the first in a 130mile chain through channels built during past five years at a cost estimated at between 450 to 475 million The result is a minimum 27foot deep waterway leading to the indus trial heartland of the North American Thirteen feet deeper than the old the new waterway will permit larger ocean freigh ters to make their way to inland ports in the United States and A 10nation armada that had been lined up for miles in the harbor during the past few days presented a gay picture of ship ping with new freshly painted hulls and bright fun nels bearing company i Two Canadian the DIberville and the locks followed by four Canad ian lake Officials from the Sea way Authority were also aboard the The group was led by administra tor of the Lawrence Seaway Development In a party of newsmen representing newspapers from the seaway was on The Dutch freighter Prins Wil lem George bound for Minister Transport Minister George Hees the latter with Prime John Diefenbaker and The Corsicana firm was low bidder among five firms seek ng the Ellis with a bid of The project will replace portions of levees dam aged during the floods of 1958 ontract calls for completion within 45 according to Colonel Walter district The Fort Worth office Friday was preparing to award a con tract on a similar project in Ellis County Levee Improvement District located near the confluence of the East Ford with the Main Trinity and another in Levee Districts 10 and 11 in Navarro coun ty on Chambers creek near Highway Lindsey and Blackman Rental Service of Dallas was apparent ow bidder among eight con tractors of the Ellis 3 dis trict job with a bid of Hearing and Construction Com pany entered low bid of April 25 UPI Roberto alleged leader of Panamas shrimpboat con was safe in the Brazi ian embassy today wiiile the government considered whether o seek to extradite his British Ballerina Dame Margot from Police patrolled the streets outside the embassy and Brazi ian officials refused to allow anyone to see or interview who entered the build ng Friday followed sy two other Polidoro Pin zon and Rubin Urrieta Brazilian Ambassador Jorge Latour said he reported Arias arrival to the Panamanian for eign ministry and the National who had been hunting 935 on the Navarro county Daniel Hoping Solons Solve Money Problem April 25 A Price Daniel hoped today the Legislature could solve all the states financial problems by the Kay 12 adjournment Both houses were in recess until Most senators and representa tives hurried home to find what their supporters thought about a twolittleandtoolnte tnx bill still hanging on the House I that have not given up the Legislature will solve hope opening today marked the end of a project that began in A power project undertaken by New York State and the Prov ince of Ontario in connection with the and often con fused with the seaway al ready has been During construction of the roads and whole communities had to be relocated before dams could be built and new lakes Marine engineers rate the sea way as one of the great con General Kuter Slated To Get NORAD Place April 25 UPI Laurence one of the youngest gen erals in American history anc now commander of the Pacific Air is expected to be given command of North Amer icas air Informed sources said today barring a change in President Eisenhower will name Kuter to succeed Earle Partridge as commander in North American Air De fense Command NORAD at Colorado an enlisted noldier World War I and an air combat leader in World War II and is scheduled to re tire from the Air Force on July He will be 59 on July 7 and will have had 40 years of military a principal author of the air war plan followed by the United States in World War will be 54 next month and has been a fourstar general for four NORAD is the combined Canadian command responsible for defending this continent against air A Air Marshal Roy is deputy the entire financial problem be fore It adjourns May Dan iel told the South Texas Press in San Antonio Daniel made the speech nfter the House tentatively approved a pet deficit financing plan foi a one year raise in franchise The House held off final action on the bill until Monday The general tax bill also is up for a final okay Earli er this week representative trimmed the measure from 290 to 77 million a shorl of state spending Daniel told the San Antonio meeting enactment of the fran chise tax bill and the comptrol See Page 8 CottonPicking Rate Set DALLAS April minimum opening wage rate un der which Mexicans will be cer tified to pick Texas cotton this year has been set by the Department of Labor at per hundred Ed McDonald regional direc of the departments Bureau Employment said tor of Friday the rate was set to as sure compliance with the de partments piecerate earnings policy of 50 cents Employcra rate to before employment of Mexican nationals can be must offer th domestic worker Arias since last Sunday when le supposedly landed from a hrimp boat at Santa Clara with a group of other rebels beni in overturning the Latour said he had asked lafeconduct for Arias to fly o The 41yearold former Panamanian ambassador to might leave today if he request is Shortly after Arias arrived at he it was announced hat Panamanian Interior Min ster Max Heurtematte resigned for personal but it vas not known whether the res gnation was connected with the He was replaced by Jose Dominador a deputy in he National President Ernesto De La 3uardia reported Friday that ils government had proof link ng Arias Dame with the plot against his re He said hemight ask Britain to return her to Pana ma to face tJ College Permit Boosts Totals A building permit covering the Navarro Junior Colleges new addition in the bid amount of fry the Fritch Construction Dal highlighted the weeks con struction Coupled with seven other building it added a total of to the years estimate bringing is up Saturday to Other permits taken out at city hall during the week in cluded 201 East Thirteenth avenue build car George 2905 Navarro build three bedroom frame 421 West Collin street build 30xd8 foot 000 Fred 2006 Fair fax build two bedroom brick veneer Ray 2911 West Collin street convert garage into 2002 Mimosa build three bedroom brick NEW April unemployed riveter who likes to hear loud bangs was arrested Friday night as he was about to explode a homemade near the speakers plat form at a rally for Fidel Two policemen nabbed John regory in a roped ff area back of the bandstand l in Central Park where the umn premier was addressing enthusiastic Feller said he was going to et oft the bomb just foi and denied he intend d to hurt Police described the bomb as lethal instrument dangerous p to 300 It was made an 11inch section of lumlnum vacuum cleaner ex tubing filled with gun sulphur and and used with match Neither Castro nor the cheer ng crowd listening to him was ware of the offstage drama f Fellers Police whlsk d Feller to a park police sta ion in an unmarked car so as ot to rouse the Police discounted Feller as a aid assassin but held him or hargcs of possessing a danger us Hes just n kid who likes to ear loud one officei Pqlioefound another made bomb in Fellers furnish See Page 8 Fastest Han Survives Fall Pilot Killed DENVER April John who risked veneer Henry Slate Farm 201 Third East building Daylight Time Starts Sunday By United Press International Millions of clocks across the nation will be turned ahead to night and Americans lose an hour of sleep to dayllgh saving The changeover comes at local time Sundny morning in rill or part of 24 as the setting clocks an hour ahead la bring ing confusion to a few in Illinois and for mos larger cities will go to fast time but smaller towns have voted to stay with standard American Firms May Take Protest To and struclion feats of the Due More Japan Textiles April 25 UPI Japan announced today it would with a cargo ranging from iron bars to grass was the first oceangoing freighter in Fifteenth in line was the first American freighter to enter the the Santa a Grace Line ship making its first trip to Chicago from New It will start a ChicagoCarri began service on its The official opening will take place June 26 with Queen Eliza beth and President Eisenhower About official guests will be An esti mated persons are expect ed to be on hand for the cere Except for some cleanup op erations and channel way into thein upper lakes the The old locks were deep enough for ships with a 14foot draft and 44foot beam and long enough for 250foot The new locks will permit ships up to 730 feet in length and a beam of 75 Although the locks are generally 27 feet the standard permissablc sea way draft at present is about 25 BELGIAN KING COJIING WASHINGTON UP King Baudouin of Belgium is coming to Washington May 11 to visit President After that he plans an extensive tour of the The President invited Baudouin for the The king will be in the country for 20 increase ports to its cotton textile the United States oy square yards this The move brought an imme diate protest from representa tives of the textile indus try which has called for protec tion against Japanese competi The Japanese government an nounced that it square would export an in crease of over the quota which has been in effect since Oficials of the American Cot ton Manufacturers Institute and the Northern Textile Associa tion called the move extreme ly staling that Japanese exports to tha United Slates should be not in The amount was set by Japan on the basis of a program which had bern argecd to by the agriculture department earlier this year but rejected by the American cotton textile in The Japanese move would strongly affect the South and New England sections of the United heavy producers of Japan decided to raise ex ports overall in each of four groups Madeup goods woven apparel such as mens and mens and womens undergarments knit goods such as gloves and mit tens and miscellaneous cotton The Japanese a com promise from an earlier pro was worked out by Am bassador Koichiro Asakai wit assistant secretary of commerc Henry Kearns in Washingto ast Leaders of the American tex tile industry bitterly rejecte the proposal and announce they would fight The American textile me said increased textile shipment from Hong an Pakistan to American market or markets served by mill made it impossible to accep the Japanese quota Several threatened to go t Congress for protection again foreign texlile CITY MANAGER QUITS FORT WORTH Man ager Frank Davis resigned Fr day and the city council ap pointed City Manager Ir Driver to the post until successor can April 25 UPI Ladio Moscow has assured the Russian people that the Krem n will refuse to discuss Ger lan unification at next months lastWest foreign ministers onference in Monitors here picked up a So iet intended for lome declaring hat the unification issue does ot come the terms of Geneva meet May Experts the Western ig four who completed vork here Friday on a Western policy package for the Gene a had proposed that progress toward German unl ication should be linked with my plan for arms limitation in lentral The Moscow broadcast ap peared to herald Soviel ebuff of the Diplomats lere have noted an increased stiffening in Russias attitude NO OF IS d room and materials make rocket sled five help perfect jel is life on a ears ago to age bailout para hulcd safely from a disabled Ur Force jel Coloney Slapps Capt larry of Page ejected clear of the ailing But his par achute streamed instead of open and he was Colonel Stapp was not Injured Ut Air Force doclors orderec lim lo remain in Ihe hospila overnight as a His 632mileanhour five days in the that Th along a track at Hollo man Air Development Center 01 earned him th accolade Fastest mnn on A sudden 32 fee rom he end of Ihe track in seconds of agonizing dccelara simulaled bailout at at miles an Stapp spent hospital after slamstop temporarily bllndei lim and produced blood blist ers and two black as a passenger in sabled Air Force T33 jet train he faced the real I disconnected my oxygc ine and somewhere betweei eight thousand and 10 thnusam feet I ejecled he said See Page 8 recent They interpreted the Soviet attitude as an Indication that Russians expect the talks fail and are preparing In ad vance to blame the West for the Cited as examples of this at See age 8 Absenteeism In Public Schools Still Problem Illnesses and subsequent ab senteelsm continued to plagu Corsicana public schools las According to Dana Wil not asmany pupils wen absent as two weeks ago bu the situation is still Williams said a wave of 111 nesses would concentrate 01 one school and then move on Two weeks ago i was Sam Houston elementary which was hardest hit las week it was Robert Leo ele Two weeks ago the younge children were hardest hit bu last week the allmenls secmec to conccntrale on Ihe uppe elemenlary school Wll ams Most of the ailments hav been identified as commor flu and virus Principals in some of th schools report that some pupil Sec Pago 8 Kentucky Nine Ramp Burned April 25 Fire swept the Ashlo Coal Co ramp scene of clash with stale police that ha brought National Guards men into Eastern Kentucky strikebound coal By midmorning the ramp wa almosl Coal cars o the railroad siding under th ramp also wore No estimale of damage wa But sources famllia with operations said Ashlo plant for processing coal prob ably was worth more than J100 FBI Sent ft oge POPLARVl d mob of ml nto the count beat anf rapist in his ce lim Leaves The apparently was bul irst down the courth A trail of blood wa Parkers second hrough the courtroon There were bloody hi along the The FBI sent a sped if agents here and said rimedetective facilities ised to track down the William ho White House is being fully informed of develonmej i the Tops Lynchings The Department of Record and Research at Tuskegee In1 said Mississippi out ranks all other states in tha number of It said 77 lynchingshave been report ed in Mississippi since Tex as is next with 493 and Georgia s next highest with Members of the mob wore white gloves and masks or See JAIL 8 Blast Rocks Jet Engine Research Unit EAST April 25 UPI An explosion rocked a highly classified re search area at Pratt Whitney aircraft One person There were no reports ot other The blast occurred In a test area outside the concrete WiH goos laboratory on the bank of the Connecticut Company officials gave only a sketchy report and said all other Information would hava to be cleared first through the The research Is highly clas a spokesman for tha jet engine firm Outside equipment waa dam the spokesman Firemen and police said houses near the fencedin area were shaken by the Robert of East an died from a skull fracture and la cerations of the His body was found near the point of the The victim was a Pratt Whitney who was walking by the test area when the blast A company spokesman said the which blew up was owned by Pittsburgh Des Molnes Field The equipment was being tested and installed by Pittsburgh Although details of the la boratory research were a spokesman said the research concerned jet THE MAN OF THE hen pecked Show this to the Princess bound by centuriesold tradition to fol low well behind her crown prince husband at Ipublic trailed Akihito as they left the sanctuaries after reporting their recent marriage to imperial Even honeymooners dare not flout the tradition that ranks a wife below her crown AP Wirephoto   

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