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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - May 15, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                q THE WEA1 LOCAL cloudy with scattered showers and thunderstorms to night and Saturday no important tempera ture Thermometer Readings 8 1 9 10 11 12 1 66 66 I 70 74 1 73 74 74 Complete Weather Report on Market Homeofthe Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Mornind Lutnt MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW May ed golds in govern ments trading CHICAGO new crop months higher light mixed light to 25 cents higher top enough slaughter steers to test 293 LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN 1TED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS MAY PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS IKE TO ASK CONGRESS TO SUPPLY CASH Need Six Years For Completion Of Giant Unit NEW May greeted as EXPOSITION 14th International Petroleum greeted as very sition was officially opened in with the help left good news today President Ei to right Ernest Chairman of the senhowers announcement that Texas Railroad who was keynote speaker Miss he will ask for 100 million dol Linda Miss Texas of the Miss Unilars from Congress to build a verse Contest Miss Leticie Mexico Miss Mexico huge atom smasher at Stanford Miss Anita Miss Oklahoma and Howard governor of AP Wirephoto Warning Heard But one scientist associated with the project warned that the Russians may be ready to test a powerful new cyclotron roves May 15 The House Appropriations Com mittee accused the Agriculture Department today of complete disregard for the criticiz ed its and cut its 1960 funds by In recommending for the departments activities for the year starting July the committee called for a much more active program of selling surplus commodities Along with that It contended that many of the de partments operations are of more benefit to the general pub lic than to the The situation in agriculture Senate Farm Panel Cut In Wheat May 15 The Senate Agriculture mittee approved today a bill to cut back wheat production In 1960 and and reducing pre sent record wheat The vote was Chairman Allen Eilener CD said the bill would provide a price support of 65 per cent of parity for those wheat farm ers who comply with their acre age But for any farmer who voluntarily cut his allotment by 20 per cent the support level would go up to SO per cent of Present law provides a price support level of 75 per cent of parity for wheat farmers with the national planting allotment set at 55 million The action came shortly after President Eisenhower signed a resolution extending the dead line for the agriculture depart ment to fix 1960 wheat acreage allotments and marketing quotas until June This was an extension of two Congress had adopted the resolution in hopes that the extra two weeks would permit some better wheat program See Page 2 Mansfie heeled Linear which is expected to be six years In building at Stanfords Palo The President announced plans for the mighty new research de vice to 250 of the nations lead ing scientists gathered for a symposium on basic research doea not present a good sponsorship of the Nation May 15 Premier Fidel Castro today ordered revolutionary war crimes trials ended and cases still pending turned over to civil According to unoficial com a total of 621 persons have been executed by firing before completion of the proSqUads since the military war j V Y 4 I l I If crimes trials started last Jan Castros order was announced by Jorge presi dent of the war tribunal at Ha vanas La Cabana Fortress where hundreds of Leonard Griffin Is Drowned In Richland Pit Stephen Austin elementary school will be discontinued and pupils may be exempt from vaccinations if religious beliefs the board of trustees of Corsicana public schools de cided Thursday In a lengthy session at the high the board also ac cepted the recommendations of Dana Williams in reeled electing and accepting resignations of teaching person nel approved the summer school program discussed building a new administration building and ended by entering into an executive session to discuss certain personnel First Official Action The discontinuance of Austin WOULD HAKE WEST REICH OPEN PREY Soviets Bluntly Reject Western Treaty Proposal By JOSEPH GRIGG May 15 UPI Russia today rebuffed the West May peace plan for a United Abdel Karim Germany and proposed a one Kassem renounced the treaty that WQuld kefip East Germany pull West Germany out of NATO and give the Soviets what they want UPI prisoners As the the committee said in a report al Academyof the Am in Martlnez written by Jamie for the of the National Bank still are awaiting trial of Joa former ten vancement of Science and the For the departments regular Alfred Sloan the committee Near Light Speed mended a cut of The 10 to 15 b ion electron from the Presidents volt accelerator will be 50 times the length of the Linear accele now operating at Stan of Cuba during the Batista dic was about to start in La Serguera announc ed By order of Prime Minister trials before For the Commodity I revolutionary tribunals miming currently the largest of its revolutionary mounais which handles surplus J suspended as of commodities and other farm YP expectfid t boosfc still pending will be transferred it allotted to a SDeed iust short of to the civil tribunals of the a cut of 100 million to a speea Just snort Two Fugitive Mental Cases Turn Violent May 15 UP man who had escaped from Miller Products Company I was taken until Thursday mental hospital fulfilled an accidentally drowned Thursday The board readily approved obsession to attack a fufccuir dependence jjn thejter apparent hurried conversa about 6 In a deep pit Williams 1 Leonard Lee of T V 7ic H school has been discussed for employe of the Texassome time but no official action hower doctrine Thursday and said he would court tho friend ship of Communist Declaring that Iraq did not need the protection and helpin made available under the Eisen Secretary of State hower Kassem said Christian Herter was report We will defend our soli with ed keenly disappointed by our own the proposal made at the Geneva The Iraqi premier rejected Foreign Ministers conference af side Highway 75 and and discussed the p terstate 45 north of ties of converting the This is the first drowning of school into an building and of constructing a recommcndaman Thursday by hacking at a United States in a speech to the tions between the Tuslln PaS8inB Army WUh J n q administrative hatchet JJfeJV T 4 took in land had gone swimming in the TTIo r His l pit and after reaching the twn tha the be farthcrest decided the waand made Part of It said this amount can be 10 Castro first announced his in tallied bv a return to competi nf Scientists Say New Frontiers Can Be Opened tention of ending the war crimes trials on his return to Havana May 11 from an unofficial tour of the United Canada and Latin During the heard considerable tour he criticisms executions of convicted of the wholesale war May 15 tained by a return to competi tive sales as directed by the For loan which are not direct it ap proved 421 million This was an increase of 33 all of it for the Farmers Home Admin iatrati on which handles See FARM Page 2 Upsetting Cotton Markets May 15 t ft f I J C A b4 V m mf m Programs for disposing of gcience thfi money ls to surpluses abroad may get a L NO everyday practi rough going over by the In t purpose can be assigned to ternational Committee tained to keep cotton Palo I May 15 UP and importing member nations Thfi preaident announced in college student threw a power advised of world cotton develNew York Thursday that heUul chemical Into a pretty coeds At that Castro said UPI Government scientists I henceforth only counterrevolu said today the 100 million whose plots result in lar atom smasher sought by President Eisenhower should push the frontier of knowledge much deeper into the ter and weather was too cold for bathing and began swim ming back to the side where they Judge Allen said he was ad vised when the trio was about halfway back to the starting Griffin shouted to the Broxvns Im about to The coroner said that Brown See Page 7 List Summer School Details James missed the first but frac tured the World War II vet erans skull with the second As Riggins crying My God Heckel plunged a knife into his own stomach and fell beside his Riggins was in critical condi but doctors said his chances Soviet Foreign Gromyko and speech was broadcast by Soviet Premier Baghdad radio and heard Under the Eisenhower Old January Plan Gromyko slapped down West com and Ger out the Soviet draft peace treaty origi nally unveiled last 10 and rejected by the West at the The Soviet foreign minister brushed off the Western plan of stepbystep reunification of Berlin and Germany in a 45 minute speech at the fifth con See Page 2 Berserk Man Stages Rampage Before Killed flee Page 2 The summer school progmmlf were good al was given approval bv thelthough he might be partly board of ti attempted to rescue his friend public school but was unsuccessful and Thursday Brown rushed to town and spread the A 1 I f M Cotton AdvisoryLhe gigantiCi twomilelong ma an agency mamLhine to be builfc at Stanford See Page 11 Corsicanan Is Charged After College Prank would seek to make the project The United States has world federal Con cotton markets upset by its instruction over six tention of getting a much larwould average more than 16 ger share of the export market million dollars for the 1959 crop than for the For that the United 1958 It is prepared to offer 1959 States would get most powerful atom cotton is world markets at about smashing device yet 412 cents a pound less than Cyclotrons of higher voltage are more if necessary under but they to get those are used primarily for the ac Thursday the committee secceleration of Experts retariat said many world buysaid electrons pack more wallop ers are holding back to see than the New informa what is going to happen to tion about the nature of matter could be since dis It said actions by exporting coveries invariably have follow countries in cutting prices to the construction of new ma get markets were hurting mies of countries much more de pendent upon cotton than the United A osition ahead of the Rus sians at least one phase of See Page 7 face last possibly blinding and disfiguring her for To day he told the girls mother it was a joke that The powerful concentration of silver nitrate was flung into the face of pretty Shelia Rene Her doctor said sil ver nitrate in that high concen trate just cooks Police Chief Andy Anderson identified the youth who threw the chemical as another stu dent at North Texas State Col lege Tommy Ray of The girls and Hayne Nelms of Colorado came to Denton to day and saw their daughter and young He told me it was a joke that See Page 2 Urges Quick Foreign Aid End See Page ID Heart Patient Still Improving May 15 UPI Frank whose stopped beating an estimate 100 is showing steady improvement Doctors at Joseph where the 60yearold salesman was rushed last Monday reported that he is progressing French was flown here for treatment after hospital doc tors in Niles said his heart was stopping on an average of oncJ every five Drugs and massage were used to restart his heart there but the medical men wanted him to be in a hospital which had a an electronic machine which auto matically shoots an electrical charge into a patient in the ab sence of a On arrival at French was immediately put un der the French suffered a coronary a spasm clamping of a heart artery along with a blood JUDGE DEMOTED TAIPEI Judge Hu Tao of the Qucrnoy District Court has been demoted granting a woman a divorce then marrying her himself be fore the decree became final The womans husband Hung Tienpei had not been notified of the divorce Dana Williams an nounced that the school will be held June 8July 29 and that social drivers science and possibly 78 grade review courses will be The review courses will be offered if there is sufficient he Enrollment fees will run ac cording to the following nched heartlulc halfcredit two halfcredit three halfcredit for drivers Only seniors will beallowed to take three halfcredit May 15 by lit berserk business Corsicana Paralyzed from brain despondent after Is at a meeting Heckel s wounds were killed his a po ed as not He was held nee chief and wounded two for a psychiatric Utate policemen before he died People were always picking Of a gunshot wound in his bul on he explained later to letriddled If I killed Gordon descrlb May 15 Senate Demo cratic Leader Mike Mansfield called today for a halt to all economic and military aid grants within three years to end waste and corruption and head off a public revolt against the whole aid Outright described as giveaways by critics of the account for about 75 per cent of the in new foreign aid funds requested by President Eisenhower for the next fiscal year starting July a key member of the Senate Foreign Relations said in a Senate speech that any foreign aid needs still existing after the threeyear period should be met through repayable The Montana Democrat also disclosed that he will offer amendments to ebolish the In ternational Cooperation Admin which now administers the aid and end what Mansfield called the current se crecy on military aid Mansfield said Congress either must come to grips with a thoroughgoing reform of the aid program this session or face a possible tide of public reac tion M ptrong Uiat it will swamp the entire I may be wrong he but I am persuaded that time is running out on foreign Mansfield said outright grants and gifts represent the areas of decay in foreign aid and have caused fissures of corrup and areas of great waste and Equally he they have caused a burgeoning hos tility between tne American peo ple who must foot the bill and the peoples of the recipient na Mansfield said he believed re cipient nations would welcome the new loan approach to foreign aid and would redou ble their own efforts in the knowledge that the program would end in three The Montana senator also said his proposal would strengthen the development loan which was set up by Congress at the administrations request to make economic development loans to lagging foreign He said his proposed amend ment to the foreign aid bill would transfer ICA personnel and funds to the State Depart ment and put military phases of aid into the Defense Depart Mansfield said Congress twice had tried to bring about such a reshuffling as a prerequisite to a sane end adequate aid pro But he said when Congress voted to abolish the Mutual Se curity the ad ministration moved it to the Foreign Operations Administra When Congress voted to abolish he the ad ministration countered by re placing FOA by Mansfield said his amend ment would call for all coun tries receiving foreign aid grants to work out detailed plans for the progressive zero for each such nation over a maximum threeyear Mansfield made his speech as a defense department official told the Senate Foreign Rela tions Committee that American allies will go elsewhere for arms if military aid is Charles deputy as sistant Secretary of said he had heard leaders of two countries say they will have adequate at the ex pense of economic development if need He did not name the Replying to attacks on the proposed sought for military aid next Shuff said that mistakes and short falls in the program the past 10 years do not invalidate the basic principle of military as Other congressional develop ments Civil Rights A Louisiana District Attorney Leander charged that civil rights measures recom mended by the administration are He told the Senate Constitutional Rights which is studying the that the use of federal coercive power to force racial integration up on an unwilling free people can only result in tragic conse He centered his crit icism on a measure which would make it a felony to advocate racial Appointments Congression al sources said it appeared Lewis Strauss has about a 5050 chance of winning Sen ate approval as commerce sec The Senate Commerce which has held Page 2 Williams reported that In past teachers were hard to obtain because their salary hing ed on funds for summer teacher salar ies have now been allocated in the he The drivers education course will he inthocar as the classroom phase of the course has been Planes Speed Goal May 15 government officially dis closed today the expected spend of the X15 rocket research air miles an Ira of the Nation al Aeronautics and Space Ad told the Aviation Writers in a prepared breakfast talk that the X15 will leap out of the atmosphere Into space much as a fish Jumps out of The X15 currently is under going exhaustive captive flight tests under the wing of a B52 jet See Page 2 Godfrey Lung Cancer Twined Around Aorta NEW May Arthur Godfrey came out of the hospital today after a lung op eration for cancer and said I got a Ill do my damndest to deserve The 55yearold television and radio entertainer choked with emotion as he first tried to talk with reporters in the waiting room of the Hark ness Pavilion of the ColumbiaPresbyterian Medical His aides tried to hustle him out but he he raising a Wait a Ive got to tell them Houston Girl Kills Mother With Shotgun May 15 ed as a crack stood off more than 50 policemen surrounded his home during a Schoolgirl fourhour siege Thursday angry because her parents ob One of the State Pojected to her boy fatal lice Detective Stephen Heglna hy snot her mother today as today at i ri tho mother nursed her 11 in Regina was hit with a m T t m shotgun blast in the 40 Hamlins andlof died from shotSUl Westbrook Police Chief a former FBI Her youngest were Police said whom she was feeding with a was The shooting occurred after the George a machinist at Sinclair Oil re had gone to and an older had left for classes at Milby High Trinity river is falling at both After the a See Page 2 Trinity River Falling Friday By VEKN IIAUGLAND May 15 The Air Force said today it has hurdled the last major obstacle to development of a nuclear powered that of efficient shielding from radi ation Roscos deputy chief of staff for devel told the Aviation Writ ers that we therefore are now embarked on a pro gram to produce a subsonic nu clear powered airplane which will be the prototype of a fu ture weapon Wilson did not say when such a or experiment al model actually would be built and ready for Develop ment of a new plane normally takes a number of The shielding problem for nuclear airplanes has been solv We know how to design effective airborne shields and how to predict their perform Wilson said a nuclear airplane would not necessarily he any larger than the current heavy jet It also be designed to operate off length as B52 will the the Highway 31 and 287 cross Ings Friday it was hero shortly before pretty brunette who is in tha eighth ran screaming out side their twobedroom framo The Texas Power and Light She ran to the home of a learned noon Company Trinidad plant gimge After bowing his head In his I showed the river at friend two blocks away and called hand a moment he began to He said that he had been frightened before the operation and he thought it would help more than four feet down from the feet reading Thurs The sheriffs department here reported that while floodwatcrs people to realize that his fears Of the Trinity and Richland rose from not knowing what lay still covered High way 287 In northeast Freestone I dont know how much between Corsicana and of you know what they did to aomc cnrs antl trucks See Page 2 were crossing Friday See Page 2 SAY NUDKS COVERED PARK May 15 clause that would have banned nude swimming in backyard pools was deleted from a proposed ordinance village trustees explained there are already laws to cover the Baudouin Tours Auto Plants same runway Pie said a nuclear bomber would be able to cruise any where in the and would be capable of launching long range ballistic missiles wall as handling nuclear bombs and shortrange Wilson said two types of nu clear power plants are being de the direct air cycle and the indirect liquid metal In the direct the air flows from the engine intake through the compressor and di Eee Page 7 By MCK VANDENBERG May 15 UPI King Baudouin of a sports car wound up his visit to the automotive capi tal of the world today with a visit to the Ford Motor assembly plant and the Enrico Fermi atomic power The young bachelor king was scheduled to fly from here to Chicago in a tour which will eventually lead to another spot in the United States which ap peared to hold a special inter est for The handsome 28 year old monarch displayed a keen inter est in the workings of an auto mobile Thursday as he toured the Genera Motors technical center and the Chrysler Plymouth engine But ho disclosed another in terest under pressing questions at a news conference after the tour of the auto Do you hope to meet some one you might like to take home with you when you visit Holly the young king was ask What do you think of the Hollywood starlets Do you have any favorites Baudouin proved himself a diplomat in avoiding any direct no special thought of answer to the questions but he confessed 1 hope to meet some of the He said he had Asked what he American the blushing king replied After I havent had a chtince to meet many of them Baudouin also revealed that he was a golf enthusiast during the news Asked If he had discussed golf with President Eisenhower dur ing a conversation with chief executive earlier this Baudouin His own he was verv At his press first I have ever douln was so shy he burely made himself But he not show the sumc reticence while talking about the manu facture of automobiles on his Although he had to compete with the roar of machines all around Baudouin asked learned questions of the per sona who showed him around the Ha asked about tor The uu que and rust inhibitors and oth er things which are usually for eign to a The Kings only encounter with a young American girl came when Miss Joyce an attractive presented him with a model car as ha completed his tour of the Ply mouth engine Calmly and without fluster he asked Miss Milller what kind of car it When sha replied it was a Plymouth he It is very smart During his tour lie also was greeted by two former Belgium nationals who are now living In tho United Edmund who oncfl lived in Flanders and served in the Belgium army undei Baudouins shook hands with tho king and then told I shook your grand fathers hand who said he to the United States in 1927 asked the King how things we n Baudouin replie The king then asked D Hanau what he was doing Page   

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