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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - May 14, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                1 F i THE WEATHER and cool through Friday with scattered thundershow Thermometer Readings 8 9 1 10 11 j 12 1 1 1 2 66 64 62 65 68 71 74 Complete Weather Beport on Market ily Sun and SemiWeekly Morning r Ho me of the MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW May er steels In gov ernments liqui dation and trade CHICAGO Wheat higher scattered mixed light to 40 cents higher top steers steaay top LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONALAP TELEMATS 292 MAY SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENT3 L I j t r 1 n Ki t I r r I 1 I I ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft TOURS WORLD TRADE FAIR GETS GIFTS Expresses Wish To Visit Moscow Exhibit Em house School Vote Saturday Whether Emhouse Indepen May 14 UPI A huge Navy blimp crashed into its hangar while attempting an Instrument land ing in heavy fog early today at the naval air station One officer died while res NEW May President Eisenhower today dedicated a 75milliondollar tural looked over a world trade fair and prepared for a major address tonight on Am erican scientific progress in a oneday visit to New Eisenhower spent a whirlwind tempted TRAINS COLLIDE WHEN WOMAN BATTLES RAPIST dent School District is to using acetylene torches solidate with the Corsicana Inand heavy cutting dependent School District will strove for more than six hours be determined at the polls by eligible voters in the two school to reach him in the blimps shattered He was identified as David districts NEW May two station managed to I Polls will open at 8 Lovd of Tex IcuTback A womans battlewith an the emergency cord of the close at 7 second train SCOPE MAKES CROMYKOPUT REPLY LATER United Germany Could Result In 30 Months By JOSEPH GRTGG May UPI Secretary of State tian Herter today presented to Russia a package Western Peace rapist caused a collifirst The F mf mrm v v v r w lug the first shovefulls at Coney Island hospital ite of the new Lincoln condition with sions and internal The collision came about when Lucille un hlppopotamus hide shield at the du the site center for the performing arts and scheduled a late afternoon meeting with David president of the United Steellable to escaPe hcr attacher at Workers Union now negotiating for a new contract with the in His speech tonight was to a symposium on basic research sponsored Jointly by the Nation Plan that proposed a in EastWest troop Tho other 17 crew members strength in exchange for pro For the proposal to itlall were Six were hosgressive liberation of Commun of two subway trains inlpassed through a signal and an must be approved by voters in one in critical condiMat East Berlin and East Germa Brooklyn injuring automatic stopping device and both school But It is The others were treated rammed the stopped train at assumed that the only question minor mostly cuts and about 10 miles an Passengon how the voters feel lies in A Soviet spokesman quickly era of both trains were thrown the Emhouse I Van commander condemned the plan ns mud from their Polling place for the Corstof the air said it was died and unrealistic but Rua The attacker escaped in the cana district will be the that there was sla delayed formal decision I Emhouse district voters not a heavier casualty Ion In High Spi He accepted an Ethiopian 28 persons Three of them remained in all concus LoBlanco told police that will cast their ballots at the A navy spokesman said the Soviet Foreign Minister An CBASH KILLS ALL ABOARD AIRLINER A crane lifts a crumpled metal stairway from a piece of the wreckage of a Capital Airlines ai Academy of the Viscount airliner that blew apart in a fiery I American Association for the flash near The twentyseven pasAdvancement of Science and sengers and four crew members were Alfred Sloan Formby Warns Everybody Must Cut Road Toll a blond youth of about school and an elderly man were the at between four drei apparently taken John Davis has been appointland five million dollars had aback by the sweeping nature only passengers In the last carjed as the Corsicana presiding just been advised by radio to of the failed to reply of the election judge and Collins regain altitude and try a new at todays session of the Big The youth knocked her approach when the gondoIaJFpur Foreign Ministers Confer The election was called when slammed Into the side of the her skirt and was attempting to residents of the Emhouse and about 20 feetfrom the remove her undergarments when corsicana districts presented AP Wirephoto Site Once Slum In high spirits and waving to May 14 UP Every body is going to have to do part to cut down the heavy crowds totalling about accidents on Texas high Eisenhower drove first from1 Newark airport to the rubble of what was recently a New York slum but now being converted into the Lincoln Marshall Formby of s We have made some progress in the former chairman May 14 young mental patient with W record as a sex deviate has told police his girl friend jilted him the night he lured sixyearold Ben Wagner to a fatal Detective inspector Rudolpn Glaser said Harold Walter Mc confronted with an initialed knife sheath found a half mile from where the boys body was broke week for the construction of 14 an earlier silence and willingflood detention dams on Mill ly reconstructed the April 4 Creek following approval of the abduction projects as announced by Glaser said the who N state appears before a Milwaukee di3at Temple earlier this trict attorney today on a court Logan Crews of Corsi ordcr temporarily releasing him canai area re from Central State hospital at ported Thursday that bids for denied molesting the tne construction of seven of the It will have six main the Texas Highway Commis ings including new homes for slon who is expected to run forlThe Treasury the New York See Page 11 NearRecord Cash Demand Hits Treasury May 14 UP petitions to County Judge Ken neth Earlier Emhouse residents voted to merge with either Corsicana or Bloomingl The board of educa tion recently extended an in vitation to the Emhouse district and invited citizens and mem bers of the Emhouse school board to visit schools in the Corsicana The Emhouse See Page 9 Malignancy Is Found In Lung Twining May 14 UPI A cancerous tumor was found See Page 11 encountered a district was also supplied with In the lung of Gen next year demand for tacts and figures chairman of the joint chiefs of the defense Deaths online highways were tnia weck when jt offered new the Corsicana reduced frbm to Q holderg of Emhouse residents at a announced Plans are being made this which checked will advertised for be autopsy McLaughlin told police hisUracts for four of the remaining Rising Trinity Closes Highway To Palestine BadlySiarved Child Found In Houston Home about 8 per compared to in 1958 as of maturing Reporting today on tha refin He the principal department er at the ot B munity meeting last month dei The department said tha cided that it couldnt adequately tire diseased portion of the left See Page 11 Caprock Peace Officers at the Horace Wood ranch in Formby said although the 1958 toll represented a reduc 0n Ve thee are8U1 said holders of 559 million dollars worth of maturing secur ities elected to take cash instead of turning them in for new certificates yielding per FBI Arrests Most Wanted Floodwaters on tbe Trinity ziver caused closing of Highway un coun day it girl whom hed been seven will be let before In addition to the heavy having trouble told him emj Of the he has been taken from a Houston couples home by pro bation The holloweyed and shaky from was put In a county A boy of his age should weigh 35 police as the son of was learnedjchant seaman named He was taken from the home was removed in an opera tlon and there was no evidence of Involvement in any other areas of the Defense officials said they ex pected Twining to be out of the hospital In three or four weeks and to be back on the job a couple of weeks after James urgeon at Walter Reed May Army Medicai said of agents captured Treasury officials said the bank robber Emmett Ber dangers other than The mand for caah was within its nard one of the nations Highway Department is atcxpoctatlons and that it would moat wanted fugitives Wed tempting to build safety Into our t navc to borrow money to nesday night In nn apartment 4 V V t I d v f he rented from the mother of What the Treasury calls the jack head football coach make the highways is the deat Stanford tion of 203 lives there aie still A toU1 flf of 1 too many people being killed L4 per ccnt certificates will ma Ml on our turc Frlday Holders of Iff 1 Afl I We know that speed accepted the exchange EL the Plainview attorney t we also know there are is a Ti e It has all been removed and we think prognosis is a good one con See Page 15 over the phone they were Qf tne Beven dams to be built He then picked up one will be completely in drove around while listenNavarre county and two in ing to car radio broadcasts of Navarro and Ellis the missing boys description The remaining four will be in and finally stabbed him when Ellis The four expected he tried to run policeU0 come under contract after quoted May 25 but this year will be in Police did not identify the Navarro girl about 22 or Navarro county Bites in the whom he claimed to have dated first seven include the Ross for a farm and ranch anout The slain boys three miles north of site Louis told United completely in Navarro Press International she didnt County West north know how to She said west of site partially she was thankful this man has in Navarro county TicTac been caught so he cant hurt Toe off Farm Road volume of the main the of and Adolph Segun swollen Richland is also a charging its floodwaters only a has three children of his short distance downstream from Police action came after a tel this highway crossing between ephone tip about a halfstarv Corsicana and led smoother and Some Michigan Workers Paid mand for the reflni is wanted for the ancing was 31 per This robbery of a branch of was second only to ft 32 per the Merchants Bank and Trust cent attrition In a refinancing at Enst last in May He had with him A high attrition rate reflects and a bank book showing nn inclination by Investors to on Herter told the conference that the to draw a line under the past and provide a secure basis for the begin with free elections n East and West Troop Herter would lead to reuniflcatlon of Germany within two and onehalf years while the United States and Rus sia would cut back their arm ed by to a maxi of troops An examination of the Herter told shows that our governments have gone Seo Page 9 Ike Schedules L Heeling With USW President NEW May President Elsenhower today scheduled a later afternoon meeting here with David Mc president of Tho United Steelworkers now en gaged In wage negotiations with the steel industry that have a broad effect on tha Aldine Schools Told To Open May 14 Price Daniel advised the Aldine rsicana ana eundo said a seaman left nut their money in other forms Kervan was unarmed when school board today to patch up TI tMnvestment rather than The FBI said he often its differences legislatures action in four months to first ease someone elses site partially in Navarro Her husband said he had no See Page 11 See Page 11 man said no major damage the boy with him two years ago had been reported on the stare He asked me if Id keep the highways within Navarro counboy until he returned from cash crisis enabled ty as Richland and Chambers Louis to pick up his BtaU lQ meet ovcrdue floods The customary said on some filling of road ditches and ero sion on grades constitute main The seaman promised to pay him week to board the his wife returned two weeks la rolls Lawmakers dipped into 14 re stricted including one created by the sale of hunting and fishing to scrape carried a snuhnosed revolver The commissioner of educa and was extremely tlon advises me that immediate But Curtices mother action Is necessary in order to Curtice who rented the apartcomply with present standards ment to him March 23 and llvrelating to accreditation and re ed next door didnt think ceipt of state Donlul He appeared to be a nice genwired each board Curtice He The governor said Educa May 14 Tyhabitually dressed well and pretion Commissioner Ed eral government Buses At Tyler Halt Suddenly i yy ICLUlllCU LTW TT C GXXO J I j it I L vi County commissioners will be h leltwlth P enough money to pay Tran55it shut down JusLonted a distinguished appearLar and Will Wilson pam n about otherl vice today with oniy few ancc with hls broad shoulders understand money is available See Page 11 surveying the damage to their respective areas during the re mainder of the The gauge at the Texas PowlPHONE BILL HIGH OKLAHOMA selves state Ihours Resumption ofland irongray But no relief was in sight appeared Curtice said she See Page 11 a state that will empty Its gen eral fund Friday with partial school was Mennen Williams Directors of the Chamber of Commerce were advised Thurs day that results to date have produce toward the 000 being sought to realize the 1959 budget goal of Membership Chairman in reporting this told the board We have reach ed thus but I dont know if we will get the full right now it looks very CTJhe chairman said with the dues company members yet be received and in anticipation they will hike their by the suggested amounts he felt reasonably con fident that the would produce an increase of Manager Dick he was more optimistic predicted the driva still will produce in the neighbor hood of to without too great an and wind up with the full President Bob and Knight took the occasion to laud Hagle personally for his outstanding efforts in the membership campaign and for the results he has wielded from his campaign Hagle declared that much of the good work had been done by some of the key On a motion by Herb John the board deferred dis cussion or action on modifying the budget pending com pletion of the membership cam It was left to the presi dents discretion to call a spe cial board meeting for final budget action when the cam paign has been or in event it is terminated before the full goal is The board approved a recom mendation from the athletic com mittee as submitted by John son that the panel be authoriz ed to conduct a public sub scription campaign to raise 000 for further recommended im provements to the two new provided this drive met the approval of the parks development ihnson said the athletic was recommending to make Deafer ot this fine faiiility rebound practice aJong ity and that a fence be erected Craft of Oklahoma City I payment of a primary admits he is a real interest but H would take quite a few flrstclass talkers to run up theldered the release of Impounded telephone bill he received paychecks late Wednesday for the month of ter the legislature cleared o April The Southern Bell Teleunfreezing assets of the phone assured him there and Game Protection the pus s Ld been an error and a Fund and See About 3 when federal transit company owner Helm informed city manager Stewart that his buses down with tht Page 15 to open the Daniel asked personal dlffer put aside and the school be tional A White House spokesman said the union lenders 4 EDT visit with Elsenhower at the WaldorfAastorla Hotel was essentially a social But Press Secretary James Hagerty did not rule out ths prospect that the two men would discuss the steel negotia The president repeatedly In recent weeks has called upon both steel management and labor to exercise tho highest order of industrial statesman ship in their new contract negotiations to avoid Inflation ary wageprice Increases which might kick the national econ omy Into a new upward The visit between McDonald and the president was part of a busy oneday Eisenhower schedule in New The chief executive flew from See Page 9 this city K Vjin rball court which would have Basket ball standards af either end making it a facil around the baseball The athletics committee esti mated minimum costs for these improveents and further im provements to the negro park would be Johnson said the athletic comittee felt that such a program should have the approval and support of the parks development committee in order that the orderly de velopment and best utilization of the two parks could be re ceived by patrons and the com Julius Jacobs inquired if any one had checked to ascertain if the city would pay the ten nis lighting Johnson said he thought someone had taken it up with the and Mayor Reading said there had been some mention made of and he personally thought the city would be willing to pro vide this service to achieve greater use of the tennis facil President Wheelock announc ed that the executive commit tee was not prepared to submit recommendations at the meet ing relative to the proposal that the Chamber either modernize I bill would be earmarked Many Solons Touchy Some Readying Sales Levies The Texas Democraticdorsed 20 to would permit leader said whoevers got the manufacturers of brand or stubborn House rules commltteelmostest will get there trademarked goods to tell dls May 14 The powerful and often relented today after four weeks and sent the controversial Omnibus Housing bill to the House floor for Elsenhower listed one provistrlbutors what retail prices ion of the housing bill as one of should ge charged on their prod the urgent actions he demanded The proposed law still of the Democraticcontrolled faces a long road In The vote of 8 to 4 opened the Congress The provis way for a showdown fight be1 ion would grant the Federal tween congressional Democrats Housing Administration FHA See Page 11 By GAKTH JONES May 14 tioning taxes in the halls of the Capitol is like lighting a cigarette in a firecracker fac Senators and representatives are touchy over the subject of money Not only but hell said when asked if he plan ned to have a tax bill for the special session opening Mon He sponsored the omnibus tax measure that House strip ped and the Senate let Port author of several tax measures in the last session From now on Im voting against That seems to be what the people said San about any tax bill Tax measures by Oliver and Strickland were pointed out by Speaker Waggon er Canas tax bills he thought the House would with a of all coupling his sales tax general recodificatlon current Bill Corpus the measure bottled up It sponsored a last minute compromise plan that had the No Its the governors Carr said when asked if he planned to sponsor any tax plan in the special Price Daniel told legis lators ho would have tax recom mendations to cover the 333 mil lion dollar House appropriations bill Legislators figure this means 65 million for the cur rent deficit and about 70 mil lion for each year of the bien bm has a general i A j sales tax and says he has prom Defense Informed sources said the House Defense Appro priations Subcommittee has glv and administration forces nextladditional authority to tentative approval to the 39 A 6 to 6 tie vote by the The President warnbillion dollar dofenso spending committee on April 16 had keptjed In his special message thathevel recommended by Elsen failure to act might mean a The subcommittee was lapse of the FHAs services to to have provided more home money than Elsenhower asked The Senate already has passfor S0me programs but made ed a housing bill calling for reductions elsewhere to keep the The overall figure at about what he fighting for a balanced feels that both the House and EducaUon The House Edu Senate Democratic bills would catlon Committee approved a Committee chairman Howard Smith and i voted against i Tne committee nowcan for too mucn iaea from 42 aU fldministratlon forces Other congressional develop can offcr a nium a total of about 205 million In new Two big sales tax plans are in the Frates San unable to get his 1 12 per cent sales tax out of com Imittee in the regular ifl least to support the general The sales tax would be coupled I TradeThe House Com with some sort of increased Ur down Ufi CQgt flnd filiminate merce Committeeover hoth fichool conatructlon taxes on natural gas and util Wlc houslng portions of the Department and federal trade d The vote Democraticsponsored school aid bill which would cost over a fouryear vide federal funds school construction 1 program George Republjcan opposition approved a bill vua lo 10 wlth Dem0crats House Lnaderlwhlch would let manufacturers Un ftll the yotca tha 1 is back with his 3 per cent Cnarles A Halleck of Indiana set minimum retail prices for severance beneficiary tax on napredjcted thc endortheir It would In ef tural a part of the goverLed by President reinstitute on a national nors Hinson said it would be basis a uniform fair trade be raisc Homer Cape hart accused Paul Douglas of insulting the Speaker Sam who law to replace state statutes gtato of Douglas had inson says he Is not relying cneduled dnbate to begin Tueswhich have been repudiated by See Page U I declined to predict the outithe The en 9   

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