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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - May 6, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Thursday with scattered showers Thursday no important temperature Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 74 79 1 81 82 83 84 85 Complete Weather Report an Market fflHomeoftht Daily SunandSemiWMkly Morninx lit LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONALAP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW May electronics corporates commission house CHICAGO lower late rally In Lower moderate with to 25c lower top steers steady to 50o high er top 285 MAY PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS SITUATION IN Winston Churchill has his hands full as he rides with President Eisenhower from the Washington National Air port to the White House in the presidential bub bletop The cane Churchill is holding along with his hat and Is a goldtipped The shadow on Eisenhowers face is from one of the bubbletop AP Wirephoto Order Huge Rocket By CHARLES COBDDRY May governments space agen cy awared a contract today for development of a new space rocket that will stand as tali as a 10story building and weigh more than 147 The threestage vehicle may be fired to Venus In early It also could be used to put a twoton space laborato ry carrying several men into a 300mile high orbit around The rocket is named after the brilliant star about 26 light years from the Keith head of the National Aeronautics and Space described the rocket as the first of our more advanced He said its chief job will be Lunar and planetary the House Space Committee approved a bill authorize for the space agency in the fiscal year starting July or just about all funds sought by the admin A bill actually ing the money must be consid ered The committee authorized for civilian research and development for sal aries and expenses for construction and equipment and for future land The space agency awarded the Vega contract to Convair Astro nautics Division of General Dy namics San It said test flights were expect ed by late The Vega will consist of an Atlas Intercontinental ballistic missile for the first a Vanguard satellite launching ve hicle booster for the second stage and a new rocket now under development by NASAs See Page 12 British Borrow HBombs May 6 UPI The British Defense Ministry today confirmed press re ports that American hydrogen bombs have been lent to British RAF bomber The bombs are under Amerl can guard at supply dumps in a spokesman In the event of a proportion of the hydrogen bombs needec by the RAF bomber fleet would have to come from this source he Lodge Asks World Satellites Efforts UNITED May 6 VP The United States told a Soviet boycottted UN committe today that the world can expect great things from earth satellites in the fairly near future if every nation co operates in exploring In no field of endeavor is cooperation among nations more appropriate or more necess UN Delegate Henry Cab ot Lodge said in the organiza tion meetiing of the UN Com mittee on Peaceful Uses Of Outer The job is far too big or for any one no matter low big or how advanced in Lechnology that nation may Every nation has a part to play and all peoples stand to jain from the Recover Kidnaped Baby In Dallas Sir ft iJr ft ft ft ft ft Steel Firms Study Mutual Aid Lodge did not mention the Boycott of the 18member com mittee by the Soviet Delegates of four other mem bers also stayed These INLAND ALSO URGING YEAR WAGE FREEZE Plan Employed By Airlines Being Weighed NEW May Conrad chief negotia tor for the steel said the companies are studying a mutual assistance program in the event the United Steel workers Union should strike only part of the industry this The plan being studied by the steel industry is similar to that used by the airlines during a walkout against Eastern Air Lines several months At that time the airlines which operated made a percentage of their increased revenues avail able to the lines affected by No Conclusions Frankly we have had some people looking into this area but we have come to no conclu Cooper told a news con There has been speculation that if a nationwide strike is called after the current three year agreement expires at mid night June President Eisen hower invoked the 80day cool Decision Imperils Public Beaches Senate Stalls On Tax Measure TWO GUNMEN HOLD BANKER HOSTAGE BEFORE ROBBER May 6 UPI Two gunmen held a iank manager and his family lostage during the night while hey waited for a time lock lo rip on the main vault and hem fled with an estimated Manager Frank aid the men came to his home Tuesday night and he admitted hem after one identified him elf as Murphy of the police The men drew guns and told Conference On 4Lane 31 Set For Athens A meeting with Charles Texas Highway has been cleared by him for May 21 at 10 in Athens to confer with representatives of Chambers of Commerce from Waco to Kilgore to discuss the possibility of getting Highway 31 terminals wid ened to four In a letter to Manager Dick Knight Hawn pro posed the date and a subsequent check with the Athens Chamber fixed their headquarters as the meeting The local Chambers highway and traffic committee had pro posed the conference with Hawn and the enlistment of support of other Chambers along the route from Waco to Tyler to push for the widening of this Knight said Hawn reacted fav orably to the conference idea and proposed the project be ex tended eastward to Kilgore to See HIGHWAY Page 9 were Communist Czechoslova kia and which backed a Soviet charge that there are too many Westerners on the committee and India and the United Arab which said that to meet now serves no useful Representa tives of the other 13 were on said with full international earth satellites in the fairly near future could Scan the whole earth for weather data and make fore casts possibly weeks iin ad vance Become reflectors and re peating stations for radio mess ages and perhaps be used for intercontinental TV See Page 12 Burlington Is Involved In Rail Merger Study May 6 Negotiations aimed toward the merger of the Great Northern Pacific and Burlington railroads continue under active their presidents said Here for the annual stock holders meeting of the Burling the railroad presidents said that a study group is meet ing regularly to resolve the fi nancial Studies have been going on for about three no detail ed report of progress in the negotiations was given at to days Robert president of the refused to give more explaining we cant conduct these negotia See Page 12 Will Unplug Manhole Covers With two members abstain the City Commission Tues day called for the immediate removal of bolts from ventholes in the manhole covers on the 24 and 30 inch outfall sewer lines as a safety but no other action was taken on the issues in controversy con cerning the lines and disposal On Blucher Motion Commissioner Fred whose motion at Mondays spe cial meeting had been ruled out of repeated the motion that bolts be removed at this time due to danger of explosion should lightning strike a man hole cover and gas pressure be built up in the He termed this a dangerous condition that should be remedied before an such as had been ex perienced in other should Commissioner Lester McGary raised the question as to whether this action should be taken at this time since it was his under standing the consulting engi Reaves and had Instructed the city manager to have the bolts and he wondered whether ihould wait until they hear further from the City Man ager Morgan Works reminded that the city engineer had con firmed the consulting engineers report about the manhole and suggested the city put the bolts and if they were re moved they would become involved In a crossfire of recom mendations from their own city engineer and the consulting Inserts Dangerous Commissioner Blucher replied he thought City Engineer Ray mond Henry had recommended the bolts from the standpoint of keeping sand and he re peated his belief that an accum ulation of gas could build up in the lines and become Mayor Reading ventur ed his opinion that the manholes should have been high enough originally that water wouldnt run into He said the man hole covers have holes for the purpose of keeping pressures from getting too high in the The mayor conceded that the bolts are supposed to raise up like popoff valves lo allow gas to and then drop back down to prevent an inflow of water and but he that when they drop back down this prevents air from getting into the lines to help dispel a heavy buildup of sewer The city manager said the point he was trying to make was that the consulting engi neers were trying to find out where water was entering the and the city engineer had suggested use of the bolts in the manhole as a means of detecting whether this was the Says Error Admitted When a question was raised by McGary as to what was to be done about rasing the eleva tion of manholes in the the city manager said there wasnt much that could be done about raising those in the but Commissioner Blu cher observed there was only one in a and the others were In He said he wasnt prepared to say what could be done at this but he recall ed that the consulting engineers had admitted Monday they had ing off period under the Taft Hartley The Union could avoid a na tional emergency by striking only a segment of the to Keep Abreast If the union adopts a divide and conquer tactic those stee companies which continue t operate could contribute to i general pool which would ale the companies affected by a Cooper said We have seen what was done in the airlln industry and we heard som See Page12 Milk Regulating Bill Attracts Capitol Crowd May 6 Propon ents and opponents of a contro versial milk bill today crowded Capitol House members especially re ported they were under pres sure from warring elements within the milk industry for and against passed in the Senate about two weeks ago and approved by House It is on the House Steve Burgess of Nacog doches told the House today that he proposed milk standard bill is only a health thats all it In a personal privilege Burges said This hat wouldnt hold flies that came out of a gallon of milk on the Missouri Arkansas That milk was going to Dal No one spoke against Burgess attempted to ask the House to take the Senateap proved measure up Speaker Waggoner Carr said he was not recognized for the mo Surges did not push his Opponents are distributing a reproduction of a letter in which commissioner of is quoted as saying that Provisions contained in See Page 12 Man Admits He Killed Women Over Laughter May 6 Jefferson told police he killed two middleaged women because they laughed at him about being ar rested for drunken Jones killed Elsie Huf of and Alpha Belle Beaumont nurses Hufstutler was shot Tues day afternoon as she walkec down an outside stair leading from the secondstory apart ment of Then Jones stepped over hei body and went up the stairs where Hill was cringing in her Carl who lives in an adjoining told po lice he heard Hill scream my no Then several I shot the two women be cause Billy Hill had call ed and got me put in jail in Jas they both laughed al me about Jones told Im glad I killed the On April Jones was charg ed with driving while Intoxicat ed in and re leased on bond pending grand jury It was a second Cabot Leading For Brazil Job May 6 UPI John Moors Cabot ambassador to Colombia was reported today to be a leading candidate to becomi ambassador to Brazil in placi of Clare Boothe Luce was approved fo the Brazilian post by the Sen but resigned last week a the aftermath of a controverss with Wayne Morse D A 58yearold career Foreign Service Cabot has rep resented the United States ii Bogota for two Befor he was ambassador t but much of his serv ice has been in the interAmer can He was Assistan Secretary of State for inter American Affairs in his and is they lanned to rob the bank branch the The Colellas were herded into he family car and driven round all night in an area east f Los The five entered the bank hortly before 9 and order d 17 employes at gunpoint into conference room with olella and her Colella and assistant cashier Jrban Schulz were forced to ollect all the currency from tho The bank workers then Vere taken to another room and old to remain there 10 While the employes watched hrough a window the gunmen led in the bank managers car which later was found aban doned in a parking The pair was believed to have eft the parking lot in a late model twotone Buick A bank spoksman said there was a total of some in the vault at the time of the See Page 12 Possession Of Equipment For Dope Charged Possession of narcotics equip ment charges have been filed against two Corsicana 32 and about who were arrested by Sheriff Rufus Peve louse and Deputy Dude Norton about one mile south of the Oak Valley slab road Tuesday Both were being held undo bond Wednesday am Justice who se said the case woul be transcripted to district cour since the offense Is a County Attorney Jimmy Mor ris said the case would be presented to the grand jury when it convenes again if in vestigation is completed and i a small bottle of liquid believed be of narcotic content ha Deen returned from Austin where it was sent for Morris said both men are ex See Page 12 Kuter To Head Air Defenses May President Elsenhower todaj announced the appointment o Lawrence Kuter as head of the North American Air De fcnse The Whitca House said th appointment was made after con sultation with the Canadian gov Kuter will replace Earl who will retlr July Kuter now is comman der of the Pacific Air Forces A replacement for Kuter wil be announced the Whit House May enators shrugged off another cheduled tax bill hearing today y scheduling an afternoon ses For the second consecutive the tooshort tax measure as pushed This was ad itional evidence that any hope even doing spade work on a cvenue measure before the ses on ends Tuesday has been The Senate State Affairs Com ittee had set a hearing for on the proposed franchise ax In the lawmakers strug led to push their pet measures nto priority positions for de ate and action before rigid essionendlng rules kill n most efforts to orce consideration With almost nothing accom the House also recessed or an afternoon Two bills to boost Senate ma ority leader Lyndon Johnson s a possible presidential candi ate were in Price Dan els hands after final passage One pushing back the dates Page 12 Ten Collins Scholarship Are Awarded The board of Education lorsicana public schools an nounced Wednesday morning hat ten Jim Collins scholar hips have been awarded to ocal high school Actually the recipients num er since the brother and lister team of Bob McGill and roan McGill will share one Other scholarship winners are Charles Rose Kaye Wanda oan Larry Mary Ann Patsy Reed and Morris Johnson is ne of two negro students who vcre Selection followed meetings f the board on Monday and Tuesday nights and lengthly in terviews with the heir teachers and Counselor Joe In making the tho board stressed the importance f the winners maintaining high scholastic Each scholarship winner will be awarded an amount not to exceed for a maximum of our This sum covers cost of and approved re quired A student must in the top 5 per cent of the class to be Several other factors are considered in making the The late Jim Collins made available the scholarships in its to be awarded to out standing and deserving Corsi cana Marshall Unable To Talk Dulles In Churchill Visits Old Friends By MERBIMAN SMITH May 6 UPI Everybody tried to be cheerful in the quiet sick rooms as Sir Winston Churchill tapped his cane along the hos pital corridors with President Eisenhower at his But wellwishing could not diminish the tragic scenes they found when the and his distinguished went to call at Walter Reed Army Medical Center Tuesday They saw George Catlett Americas World War II Army Chief of lying motionless and virtually the victim of a Then they saw John Foster the Secretary of State who only a few months ago soared across oceans in jet tank See Page 10 er who s fighting the ravages of can was in a wheel chair when tils friends came to Sir who moves with some difficulty himself because of what the President called the wear and tear of walked to the foot of Marshalls bed and chatted with the fivestar generals wife for about two Marshall assured the former prime minister that her husband was delighted to see Marshall recognized but was unable to converse with White House Press Secretary James Hagerty said it was the first time to his knowledge that it was known that Dulles has to use a wheel The State Department said later that Dulles still could walk and used the wheel chair as a mat ter of The President and Sir Wins ton took seats In the parlor o the Dulles hospital suite and medical corpsman rolled th Presidents staunch friend an adviser into the Dulle was in pajamas and a bathrob They talked about the Pres dents portrait of Church hanging on the Sir Win tons jet flight over the Atlant this week and Dulles asked th doughty Britisher to autograp a copy of the Churchill memoir For a few the Pres Churchill and Dulles cha ted When the bri talk about next weeks foreig ministers meeting in Genev was an attendant wheele Dulles back to his bedroom an the President departed wii The Britishers eyes lighted u when Eisenhower pointed o See Page May 6 UP The 5tate Supreme Court held today hat Texas shoreline should bo drawn along the highest tide The attorney general has con the shoreline should be the vegetation Todays action may mean hat many beaches along the Texas coast are forever lost to the That is what Will Wilson has argued in the complicated court Reject Rehearing Technically the court ruled to lay that all motions for re licnring of tho case of Luttes the State were over This left standing a said that the Spanish law of mean higher high as distinguished Jrom the 1 Jron tne mean high tide of the Ariglo American The reference was to the averages of the two daily high tides and two daily low tides along the Texas Since todays decision was without written opinion or chang there can be no more motions for See Page 12 Ike To Oppose ZTerm Repeal May congressional lead ers anounced after a conference with President Elsenhower to that will oppose repeal of the cbhsUtuUonnl ban on more than two terms for Everett Dirksen of Illinois and Charles Halleck of GOP lead ers in the two said Rog ers plans to tell the Senate Ju diciary Committee he is against scrapping the 22nd Eisenhower indicated at a news conference Tuesday that he also now Is against repeal of the He said that on bal the amendment gives greater assurance to America than its repeal That represented a switch from his position of last Jan uary when he said he was more In favor of repeal than keeping the Moscow Jibes At Race Issue May Radio Moscow said Tuesday night the lynch killers o will never be for In the those who murder negroes are not In a program beamed a Africa and monitored the Moscow commentator reviewec the case of Mack who was dragged by masked men from a jail cell in Poplarvilli and later found dead of gunsho The Ku Klux Klan lynchon who are intensifying the racial 1st terror in the enjoj the adventure afforded them b the complicity of the author he told his African listen GIRL ADMITS TAKING CHILD FROM HOME 16YearOld With Runaway Record Held By Police By ED FITE May 6 UPI Police arrested Betty today and recovered the 18 monthold baby she kidnaped near Mon She said she kidnaped the baby because he was The baby Is Mitchell son of Paul psychologist at the State Girls Welfare Home In He Is in good health and was gnawing on a cracker when he vas brought to police Returned By Plnno Dallas Juvenile authorities aid they would put the baby on L Continental Airlines flight caving for Albuquerque at Marge a Continental was sched uled to accompany the I like the Smithy girl I like all I started o run off and this baby started so I decided to take him with Allowed To Work She was considered fit for re habilitation and Johnson vas letting her work In her lome under a policy that allows nmates of the Institution to work in homes or Ikloolta as if they manTretormT The baby was recovered n where the girl had abandoned She was arrest See 11 13YearOlcfBoy Admits Ysdosis Stabbing Attack NEW May 6 UPI A 13yearold boy ap parently lured two girls Into a aerry then stabbed one to death and critically wounded the police said Kathy was found dead Tuesday beside Judy Gull stretched out In pools of That was the most horrible sight Ive ever said Joseph a fried of Judys family who guided police to the Officers hold a boy they admitted stabbing the They refused to identify The girls were before passing A big white boy did Investigating the pos sibility of attempted said a motive has not been deter An autopsy was to be per formed today on the body of the sixth grade student who set out to pick berries in a wooded area after classes at the Francis Cabrlni Kathys a clerk at a was en routo to New Kathys mother was not told of her death See Pntrc9 West Warned On German Unity May 16 dealing with the German Berlin and general A leadng Soviet newspaper warned the West today that it should not count on unifying East and West Germany through socalled free It said Western politicians should know that it cannot The newspaper Sovietskaya Rossiya charged that the ern in their preGeneva meeting In Paris last week had failed to work out a realistic program responding to Soviet proposals on Berlin and a German peace The newspaper Is the official daily publication of the Com munist party and the council of ministers of the Russian Re largest of the 15 re publics which make up the So viet The article by declared package that plan presentation to the Russians at Geneva next week merely reaf firms old proposals for the uni fication of Germany on West ern The package hammered out by the French and West German foreign min wraps together proposals European The East German Communist youth newspaper Y o u n g World today rejected the allied package plan It said the plan revived old pro posals from political mothballs and would only burden the con ference table at Tho East German paper again called for adoption of tho Soviet plan to give split Ger many a peace treaty and to make West Berlin a demilitariz ed free Sovictsakya Rossiya charged that the Western powers want to submerge a concrete solution of the problems of a German peace treaty and normalization of the Berlin situation In a general discussion of European the Western drawn up for If this means unification on the basis of Hoculled free elec the newspaper It should be clear to western poli ticians that It cannot pact allies in the Polish But what a difference In the position of the two sides tho aper While the East goes to Ge neva with a clear concrete plan for peaceful settlement of ur gent International the West continues to cling to its old schemes of cold war and a policy of The Russian newspai ed that the Purls western lOreign ministers conference was held almost simultaneously with the meeting of Communist Warsaw Germany labor leader Walter Reuther today spurned an invi tation to attend a Communist labor congress in East Germa Louis president of the Communistdominated World Federation of Trade in vited Reuther to come to the congress at Goerlitz May 810 and say what he liked in a Reuther termed the WFTU a tool and colonial agent for the foreign policy of the Soviet Un He rejected the invitation as a transparent Communist propaganda maneuver to mini mize the Impact of the tremen dous May 1 freedom rally In West vice See Paga 11   

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