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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - May 11, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Tuesday with widely scattered thunder show ers no important temperature Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 1 11 I 12 I 1 70 66 66 71 74 75 Complete Weather Keport on Market i of the Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Monii LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW May 11 aircrafts in Lower governments er trade CHICAGO lower old crop down higher old crop months in good light to 25 cents lower top steers steady top 289 MAY PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Torrential Rains Lash County On Weekend ft West Outlasts Russia In First Geneva Clash HERTER NOT 1 OPTIMISTIC ON RESULTS Gromyko Forced To Surrender On East Reich Seat By JOSEPH GBIGG May 11 UPI The West won the initial skirm ish with the Soviet Union to day and prevented the East foreign confer ence from collapsing before it Russia surrendered its demand to include East Ger and the conference be got under Reliable sources said the pre conference dispute left Secre tary of State Christian Her ter not overly optimistic that the meeting in the ornate Pa lais Des Nations on Lake Gene va would accomplish solutions to the problems of Ger man reunification and European Bed Win Point Russia won a minor The four powers agreed the main conference table would be The West had wanted It Separate tables form J in a triangle in the room held the East and West Ger man delegations and the cleri cal staff of the Until the very last Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko insisted that East Germany be represented as an tqual with the big four This would be tantamount to recognition of East Germany by the has ad Page 2 Allies Remain Sharply Split On Negotiating By THALER May 11 The Western powers faced the A Foreign Ministers Conference today still deeply divided on the merits and pitfalls ol nego tiating with the Their differences stemmed from conflicting assessments of the Kremlins intentions and of Premier Nikita Khrush chevs personal British Optimistic which helped promote the Geneva felt Khru shchev wanted serious negotia tions with the West for a vari ety of compelling reasons and that he would make some con It Twisters Chew Into Lakes Sector Claim Sharp Drop In Jobless COMMISSIONERS COURT REJECTS PADLOCK BILL The costconscious from the hospital inter loners court refused payment of of bill for a padlock at the regular meeting Monday morn KEY FIGURES CONVERGING ON These are the four men on whom attention will be focused in Left to right Sec retary of State Christian Herter French Foreign Minister Couve de Murville British Foreign Sec retary Selwyn Lloyd and Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei AP Wirephoto Governor Gets Primary Bill West Germany and France saw no change in Russias aims end longterm The United States remained highly of any heart in Khrushchev change of Key The Geneva talks could give a guide to Moscows real in tentions and Khrushchevs posi tion in the struggle for supreme power In the Experts say the final answer on Soviet intentions can come only from Khrushchev at the conference Britains appraisal of the sit uation was based on the belief See Page 7 May 11 j House action sent to Price Daniel today a bill to boost Lyndon Johnsons poss ible presidential The bill moves Texas prim ries back 11 sharply amends convention It will give Johnson time to put on a national campaign for the Democratic nomination if he wants Final action oh primary bill disposed of one of the wan ing sessions remaining major A timid Legislature that found its money problems too tough to solve began its next to last its calendars jammed with many local or minor Speaker Waggoner Carr de layed formal opening of the House for five minutes to per mit a House committee to rec ommend passage of a bill out lawlng nudist That gives it a chance for final The Senate passed a resolu tion asking directors to look into possibility of admit ting women students to bolster waning enrollment The House killed 3843 a Sen ate plan to study the public school curriculum and report back to the 57th Another Senate plan for a new commission was approved It sets up a ninemember commission to study consolida ion of some citycounty serv Raymond Russell of San Antonio said it would no consider consolidation of gov ernments but such services as You just want a study group Oak Cliff Bank Robber Captured to come up here and tell us what to said Bill Stro man of San The would override me in represent Ing my We have toi many study bureaus and Senators passed unanimouslj a House bill permitting a persor falsely convicted or fined t bring suit against the state fo A fouryear statute o limitations is included in th See Page 2 County Auditor John George was requested to return the bill to a local hardware store and recommend that it be sent to the proper Deny Obligation The padlock was purchased by the sheriffs department to close a local grocery store which is undergoing bankruptcy pro Commissioners felt it not the obligation of the county to pay for the As one member of the court put it Its only but the county isnt supposed to pay The padlock bill was among several from the salary and road and bridge funds pre sented for approval Monday With the exception of one the bills were ap authorizing Funds Invested the court voted io invest a total of from four funds in 90day treas est end sinking and 000 of Highway 75 certificates of County Auditor who was authorized to make the in reported that the monies would draw approxi mately per cent said about May UP Beatniktype a eard and a crew held up he Oak Cliff Bank and Trust shortly before noon olice picked up a com ilete with within 10 min Authorities vas he man told officers he need d money to pay The man walked into the bank about He told em iloyes he had a vial of nitro glycerine on his person and would blow up the bank unless hey laid the cash on the He obtained the But y policemen in a squad car collared a The police dispatcher asked Are you sure you have a The patrolman at the car mike We not only have a suspect Weve got the The blonde man walked into the arms of the cops as he came out of a service station rest Authorities said they found the paper sack used to carry the money in the rest Witnesses said the man who robbed the bank wore a often the mark of the male beat See PLEADS INNOCENT AUSTIN IP Sam Galveston gambling syndicate went on trial today on income tax evasion S e r i o pleaded innocent to charges when he was He allegedly failed to pay In Income taxes due for the years 1949 and Patrons Buying Warrants From Aldine Schools May dine School District adminlstra tors prepared to canvass the districts residents today in a lastditch attempt to sell in warrants and reopen their Sales to individuals totaled through Sunday aftei the first three days of the cam The Harris County School Board also has granted the fundless district Thome said he expected the goal to be reached The amount of interest fluctu ates from month to George County Judge Kenneth Doug las explained to the court that See Negro Slayer Shot To Death In Mississippi May 11 negro was killed by white officers Sunday a few hours after he shot a white man to May 11 UPI Unemployment fell by in April to lowest level since 1957 the government reported The number of persons work ing climbed to a record April high of Brisk hiring in construction and manufacturing and sea sonal pick up in farm work lift ed the April employment total by from Both changes were twice as good was expected on n sea sonal They dropped the proportion of the labor force out of work from per cent in March to per cent In The Commerce and Labor De partments said in a joint report the job recovery accelerated in April and the favorable devel opments meant that two thirds of the unemployment bulge at tributed to the 195758 business recession was wiped Average factory earnings rose 63 cents from This gave By The Associated Press Spinning windstorms reach ed into Michigan and Illinois killing one person at Ann Arbor and causing severe in central was hit The tight twisting winds chewed into the central Great Lakes region after weekend tornadoes ripped into six states in the plains and kill ing Injuring 21 and causing heavy property The Ann Arbor describ ed by witnesses as a small tor ripped part of the roof from Yost At the big University of Michigan sta press box windows were blown One woman was reported kill ed by a fallen electric Two houses were set afire only the Monti cello area was hit in Striking just before the Illinois twister cracked a wall DOWNPOURS TOTAL UP TO FIVE INCHES Utilities Hurt Creeks And River Reflect Soakings high tor rential lightning and other types of weather except hall lashed Navarro county Sunday afternoon and Precipitation ranged from in Corsicana to almost five Inches In other caused the smaller streams to leave their banks and sent Richland and Chambers cascading over their lowlands in the north and west sections as they approach ing their merging point south east Eureka for the remain der of the way to the swollen Twister Dips A small twister dipped down on a house on the Ware ury bills May This includes from thn general from th salary Annette Kirby Wins Honors In Typing Contest Annette junior stu dent lit Corsicana high finished fourth in typewriting in the annual Texas Inter scholastic Meets literary in Austin Miss daughter of and 2316 West Fourth competed against scores of other contest ants from Class AAA Miss Kirby was the fourth of four Corsicana high school stu dents to find success in the Friday Cassandra DuBose and Dickie Lancaster won state Jonas IL former mental killed Orville lyilh a fsiierlfr The blast thai killed Bailey also slightly wounded Baileys Causey earlier shot and slightly ivounded his Miller The sheriff said he and two deputies found a ten ant standing in the doorway of his house holding a We tried fbr two hours to get him but he wouldnt the sheriff When we fired a tear gas factory workers a week in Seymour the Leboi Department chief job expert noted as a most encouraging sign that of the unem ployment drop included married men A critical sector where it really The unemployment total was from indicating that after sluggish winter the job picture brlght Page U Ice Machines Are Purchased For Hospital shell Into the Causeys wife came out but be wouldnt come even though we kept fir ing the gas into the When the tear failed to bring Causey the officers began firing into the house un til a shot hit the killing the sheriff within a few days and that in poetry reading and original oration respectively and Bill Murchison finished second In extemporaneous Press Foreign Aid Requests districts 11 scools to start hold ing classes for its pupilJ I once again by the end of The Legislature authorized Is uance of the warrants when he district ran out of money eachers walked out and said hey would not return until their alaries were guaranteed hrough the end of the fiscal a court battle be ween factions of the bitterly divided school board has been postponed until the end of the legislatures emergency session An attorney representing a minority board Charles Whitfield is a member of he Legislature representing Harris The case involves claims by certain members that others are no longer qualified to sit on board because the areas in which they reside have been an ned by the Houston School Dis May 11 UPI State Department offi cials told Congress today that continued United States aid is vital in thwarting Communist aims in both the far East and Walter Robertson and assistant secre taries of told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee that Communisms biggest ob jective Is to drive the United States and its Western Allies out of the key Chairman William Ful bright made public their prepared as the committee resumed closeddoor hearings on President Eisen howers foreign aid request for Robertson said Communist China is showing increasing arrogrance toward the rest of the world and appears to care less about the opinions of out side He said the Red Vregime is developing a danger ous Satterthwaite said the im mediate Communist objective in Africa is the liquidation of all and particularly United Aid from this country is giving Africans a sound basis to hope for mean ngful he The Eisenhower budget calls for in aid for the Far East and for Other Congressional develop ments Styles Bridges R said unemployment is not the major problem that some sources picture The GOP policy leader said in a Senate speech that the United States is riding the wave of a massive economy His speech coincided with issuance of a Labor Department report showing that unemployment dropped to in April decrease of Minerals A House Govern ment Operations Subcommittee opened hearings on a govern ment contract for the purchase of nickel and seeking to determine if the price is too The drawn be tween the government and a subsidiary of Freeport Sulphur could cost up to over a period end ing June The minerals would be mined in Cuba anc processed in Sup lorters of the contract said it would help end this countrys dependence on other foreign Development bank Presi dent Eisenhower asked Con ressional approval for the United States to join in the establishment of an interAmer can development which would provide a means of furn shing economic air to South Eisenhower reported Congress on a tentative agreement among 21 nations under which this country would originally subscribe 150 million The Senate Foreign Re lations Committee reported 11 would hold hearings on the re quest as soon as Defense the Defense De partment advised a House Civi Seivice Subcommittee it need 227 more scientists and execu ties to carry out its space pro Assistant Defense Secre tary Charles Finucane sai top personnel are needed fo the which could cost uf to a year to Lunik the House Spac Committee began a hearing t Cleveland Gives Surplus Foods May With poor relief rolls near then recession peak Cuyahoga County starts handing out federal food surpluses to persons on It is the first time since the depression of the 1930s that sur plus foods have been used County Welfare Director John Admits Robbery Wichita Motel WICHITA May 11 UP of whose companion was killed In an auto accident near has admitted to officers he held Wichita Falls motel Police Shubert said up a charges of robbery would be filed against Smith was arrested after an auto crash in which Jack Gene of was Officers found he was carrying a large number of The wrecked car was identifi ed as one stolen In GUNMAN ROBS HOTEL said some pcrj NEW YORK A masked Navarro county hospital board Sunday authorized the purchase of two Frlgidalre ice machines to replace two that are giving considerable trouble atMemoria The two will cost The board also authorized the placing of tile on 13 rooms at per square foot after a comparison with one room til ed and one Considerable time was spent with a representative of the Broom Company of rela tive to the calk and cleaning the on much of the outside of the hospital building to stop seepage and moisture from en tering the walls and in the cop Ing and Action was de The hoard voted tn Invite a pathologist to confer with board relative to the Installa tion of a pathological depart ment In the Bernard radiolog conferred with the board relative to improvements and expansion of the Xray depart but no action was taken and damaged the roof o a ono story upset two parked truck shattered a dozen store windows in town and snapped utility A number of roofs were dam aged in the but no one was Thunderstorms broke out in see Page 12 Oiiicers Report Many Accidents But No Injuries A scries of accidents kept state and precinct officers busy Sunday during the torrential rains that further complicated and slowed the record amount of traffic incidents to Mothers Day No one was Injured sufficiently to be hospitalized or to see a physician for Vernon state highway Investigated the fol lowing One accident occurred Satur day at 1 miles west of on State Highway 31 A 1958 Ford driven sons will be eligible to recelvo This represents cas or on poor and soldiers relief and aid to the dependent children and Poor relief rolls reached a peak of cases April man holding four employes at bay with a sawedoff robbed the Manhattan Hotel to day of in cash and an undetermined amount in Tlin money represented week end receipts of the big pending further The monthly report showed See Page 5 hy Lois Franklin Fort ran on to a shoulder and a 1948 parked Chevrolet driving the second vehicle 40 feet Into a fence and demolish ing The Chevrolet was un The truck then hit a culvert and went Into a The driver told the patrolman that he the driver apparently See Page 12 Belgian King Arrives In May 11 Belgiums bachelor King Bau douin arrived by plane today to begin a 21day tour of the Unit ed President flank by Acting Secretary of State Douglas was on hand to greet the 28yearold monarch as he arrived amid full military honors at National Baudouin will be a guest of the President during his three day stay in ing farm south of Corsicana on Farm Road 709 Immediately south of the Magnolia Pipe Lino Company tank farm Sunday aft The house IB occupied by and Barnett and heir Benny Barnett is employed at the Tex as Miller Products Company The three members of the family and and were Unaware Of Storm They did not know of the twis ter until it re lated Mpnday Ths husband heard tho roaring and went to the front porch facing and theimpact blew the front door lockinghint The back porch was de most of the windows were blown out and considerable damage was done to the See Page 3 Ten Tornadoes Slash Across Central Texas By The Associated Press Ten tornadoes slashed across Central Texas Injuring six persons and inflicting at least in property dam The twisters accompanied vio lent hailstorms and thunder storms that dumped up to 4 12 inches of rain across the Lineman Killed A severe thunderstorm at Rusk resulted In one death when a power line woeher died while helping to restore electri cal He was Odls Gar sent to RusK from Jacksonville hy the Southwest ern Electric Service The most vicious tornado smashed into a residential and Industrial area In the north part of No one was Injured but damage was estimated at Six persons were Injured when a tornado struck a rural area 7 miles south of A number of houses and barns were badly Farm See TEXAS Page 2 Will Return Astronauts to Earth Alter Trip Parachutes Prove Reliable Hoover Wants Youth Curbed By BILL WILKS EL May 11 two parachutes designed to return Americas first manned satellite to earth are proving their reliability in Dombdrop tests from giant car jo planes at the naval parachute test station Full 63foot diameter versions of the Project Mer cury main chute are packed individually in bomb casings filled with lead shot to simulate the approximate oneton weight of the The bombs are dropped from a C119 cargo the chute popping from their at predetermined Spokesmen close to the pro ject said Navy men have made more than 300 jumps here whether it might be adapted for use by The radioplano division of Northrop Aircraft is making the landing system for the mercury satellite under subcontract to McDonnell William supervisor of radio plane escape and survival pro said the big chute is of the ringsail It resembles conventional but its nylon cloth is sewn in concentric leav ing horizontal slits to help stabl ize the chute and lower its open ing A sixfoot drouge which will open before the main one to keep the manned capsule from tumbling as it hurtles down from also is under going teats It is designed to open when the he atmosphere has fallen to The main chute will open at The radio plane landing equip is designed to double as an escape system during the first few critical moments of hc satellites blast from The bottleshaped capsule will ide atop an Atlas missile like a nose The astronaut will be sitting on several tons of and any one of several thousand things could go a spokesman We must be able to yank the entire satellite from the missile at any time during the first feet of blast off perhaps even before the missile leaves the In such an rockets fixed atop the satellite would wearing smaller versions of the capsule its outside Insulta See Page I parachute in tests to determine J lion burned off by centering May 11 UPI FBI Director Edgar Hoover has asked the courts and local communities to use sterner measures on sav age brutal juvenile de linquents contributing to the rapidlyrising crime He also requested from House Appropriations Subcom mittee money to hire 50 new agents the purpose of strengthening our investigative efforts in the security Inal He noted an up surge in bank robberies one of the crimes under FBI juris He said there were 631 bank burglaries and lar cenies in the year ended June He said that not since the gang era of the 1930s had there been more than 600 viola tions of the bank robbery act in a 12month Hoovers closed door testimony was made public over the week the 35th anniversary of his appointment as head of the FBI The testimony also showed General William P Rogers fears that prisoncrowd pull it from the Atlas like ajinK nap reached the dange See 13 he asked funds for ft ew Alcatraztype prison for lardened A justice epartment committee recom nencled that the prison be built n a acre government owned tract in Crab Orchard wild life refuge near of the subcommit tee demanded some convictions rom a special squad of lawyers isslKiml by tho Depart ment to crack down on crime the con gressman the squad should o out of Hoover told the subcommittee lat preliminary estimates in dicated the number of serious crimes in 1958 was 11 per cenl higher than the previous recorc of set In He said youths under 18 accounted for almost half the crime tragic as wave the splraling Hoovor said more serious is the terrifying pace of youthful lawlessness ac companylng He called for an end of the practice of keeping secret the names and otherwise giving special treatment for juvenile accused of serious The present youth problcir not Involve child prank ters and mischief he We can no longer afford 0 let tender age make plunder nto a trifling reduce nayhem to a mischievous act and pass off murder as a boyish misdemeanor or the act of an emotionally disturbed Tn recent he reports on youth crimes hava ndlcaled a mounting 1 senseless brutality which little doubt In the of It is now time for sterner meas ures to be taken by the com munities and the He said youth should not be treated but when they do not measure up to their re sponsibility of obeying the they must be made to accept the responsibility for their In discussing the growing number of bank Hoover said the rise Is one the most startling developments in the crime He said one noticeable factor is the frequency of bank rob beries being committeed In a series by skilled Hoover said these skilled See Page 6   

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