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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - May 16, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL cloudy and mild through Sunday with scattered show ers and Thermometer Readings 81 9 1 10 1 11 j 12 1 I 2 64 67 I 70 1 72 74 77 80 Complete Weather Report on Market Homeofthe Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Morning LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONALAP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE Most Securities and Commodities Are Closed on 294 MAY 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS s ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft i ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft I Kill RECOVERED NOSE CONE DISPLAYED Bernard commander of the Air Research and Development and Kendrlck president of the AV RAIN HIT ALPINE AREA FRIDAY Cold Lingering In Central And West Sectors By The Associated Press Thunderstorms which damp ened broad sections of the state and spawned heavy hailstones in the Big Bend country Friday I Two aged 4 and their CO Manufacturing inspect the nose cone oflloomed over Texas again Sathands swathed in emjnounced dead arrival at the ThorAble reentry vehicle recovered braced their father outside the Memorial Hospital iriclud The Weather Bureau forecast n incr nnrl hnvn Queens Felony Court tnree gins ana iniee SOME rossings Father Burns Hands Of Boys In Petty Theft NEW May 16 UP May 16 UPI Seven youngsters on their way home from a high school prom were killed today when a ChicagoNew Orleans passenger train plowed broad side into their Six of the cars eight occu all clad in party formals dinner were pro the South Atlantic on April 8 after a nau tical flight from Cape AP Wirephoto cloudy weather with showers and thunderstorms for South Central and West Texas through and said East Texas could look for showers the rest of the Showers Early Fort Worth and Lufkin had early showers Sat Up to two inches of hail fell They hugged and kissed him A fourth Dorothy died at the hospital several Then they went inside after the crasht The boy believed to have stove them for stealdriven the Ivan 22 told how he held their hands over a ris jet on the kitchen The two boys had stolen bubble gum and candy while on a shopping trip with their May A break in the Mack Charles Parker lynching case was reported imminent to An authoritative source close to the FBIs probe of the three weekold murder said at least seven Mississippians would be arrested pretty The feel ing was prevalent that the break would come this Activity has increased dur ing the last three days by the more than 4C FBI agents here on the For the first New Inspected COLORADO May 16 Eisen Academy Ike Friday in parts of Southwest who made them give The marblesized stones the things Later she were so thick east of Alpine the the remained unconscious and in very bad hospital authorities The victims some hurled 100 were so highway department sent a snow maintainer along roads to clear the ice from the Water blocked Highway 90 flowing across the road in eight places along a threemile stretch after heavy Ralnn Scattered Principal Segley said he The older boy his feet dangCOuld not even ling far off the floor as he sat dreaacs he nad in the witness said He hours V I ize sri May lures healing power must de cide whether silver nitrate dash ed into the face of a coed robs her of all the doctor said Friday Saturday her doctor said her condition was She probably will be able to see fairly good with the left but the right eye still is in he Duly time will tell how badly she is The doctor She doesnt want to talk about The searing the same effect as She ila Rene in a Denton blackened and disfigur 6 held my hand over the first then the Then he did the same to lg Ilene M 16 L Mommy put bandages on Pfeiffer 18 his aister Loralne but she told Daddy to put my Pfeiffer 17 Judy Keen 18 and th6 head nCCk lefS est he lef l day Sht ln the aPartment of nt Ttfnrth Rtntn at North TexaS State hands on the Top rainfall reported was 3 The Arthur Murray in Colorado to stay which unidentified persons were haulc d whirlwind tour of the ed to FBI They Force academy and a visit Jm I M A I were seen lying down in the back seats of automobiles and were quickly taken inside and questioning and a garage own er at nearby with his ailing Elivera Doud of Eisenhower was accompanied Air Force Secretary James Air Force Chief of Staff Thomas his fieely told a United Press u ternational newsman the FBI John Mrs had accused him of being a Eisenhower and two of the member of the mob which Presidents lynched the rape sus pect April a former deputy sher iff who is running for the office of said agents question ed him several times and took him to a motel in Thursday for additional inter He was the fourth perJohn Foster Dulles condition is son to make such a His family has gathered ulles Losing Cancer Bailie May 16 They treated me and talked See Page 8 Burglars Loot Iredell Bank May 16 here in the city to be close to In addition to his wife and who heads the Central Intelligence they include his three children and three The former secretary of weakened by the cancer that has spread through his body Burglars broke into the Iredelllcontracted a mild case of pneu State Bank during Friday night monia last Friday and the President said they State Department Press officer apparently cleaned out the Lincoln White said The Ray Dulles pneumonia has eaid bank officials had not gone not completely There into the vault pending arrival of has been some further decline crime detection in his general Hastings said that if the burg At Walter Reed Army Hospi Jars obtained all the cash on tal his condition was reported hand it would amount to He said the burglars open the front door of the then used a cutting torch to bout unchanged this LUCKY May 16 automobile careen gain entry to the vault and ed into a light pole today bu1 Iredell is a town of about 500 the driver walked from the ebout 50 miles northwest of Police said Robert was lucky After a brief welcoming cere 12 inches on the Kimbell ranch 12 miles northeast of The downpour was general in washing rocks and north of rain in the 24 hours ending James 6 p m Friday said his 23yearold Ar Slender Tommy Ray Jerry Ray about 19t ne tossed the solution No one was injured on the on prankish Illinois Central rd crive anvtihnc if It was stood right there while the r V J r L B tram that struck tne car at an me instead of Lester told punishment was carried The 27yearold an plumbers was released on bond on mony at Peterson Field at Colothfi rado Springs the President left by limousine for the Air Force Robert Lee 40 miles J A I AfcVUCl iJlllLD yy j cittlOCVt Wll ifUUU LIU U U Ull some 17 miles to reported Ii48 uichesjan assault There are two other sons in the The judge denied a defense See Page 10 S A Girl Units Will Observe Special Week Corsicana members of the See Page 5 County Robert Caldwell See Page 6 Mineral Victor San Post and Sunny blessed with s superintendent of the other ralnfan rang and Joseph jng Up to l 14 incne8 cflme commander of the air defense from Big led the party at President Eisenhower was al so greeted by about per sons gathered at the air Cadets at the Air Force acada my changed to their flashing goldsashed white summer dress uniforms for the Presidents ar A bright sun glinted off the The regular weekly cadet re See Page 5 Herter Makes Fast Rome Trip May 16 UPI trims with free shoeshines and Secretary of State Christian snow cones during the price Get Salk Shots Ideas Ottered For Citizens See Page 9 Enjoys Price Battle May 16 UP Bargainminded fathers and their bushyhaired sons eagerly lined up today to get 15cent CorsicanaNavarro County Health Departments regular Friday immunization clinic was term very good with youngsters coming in for the Salk antipolio Citizens can help keep down The clinic also administered the bothersome swarms of mos 98 other inoculations including quitoes by spraying around their one 36 smallpox and 61 premises with commercial in combination diphtheria dusting powders and Girl Guards and Sunbeams of whooping cough putting small quantities of oil Health department personnel in puddles of standing water THY OF DISCUSSION Speech Confirms His Anxiety For Summit Session By JOSEPH GRIGG May UPI Russia today rejected the West ern peace package for Berlin as a cold war plan but ad mitted that it contained some points worthy of discussion at the Geneva Foreign Ministers Mildly Worded Soviet Premier Nikifca in a mildlyword ed speech in served notice that Russian strategy at the conference would be to split the package into while at the same time trying to divide the Western Big Three on the various issues There was growing belief among observers at the confer ence that matter finally would go to the It was learn ed during the weekend confer ence recess that the Brit ain and France were preparing for a summit meeting in mid July possibly in San Fran Khrushchev revealed the Rus sian position on the Western plan for German re unification and European securi ty in an apparent attempt to test Western Proposals Diametric The Western package was presented as an Indissoluable whole all or Tho Soviets countered with a de mand that there he a separate peace treaty made with each of the two discussion of trie Soviet ri See GENEVA7 May The special week will com memorate the fortythird anni Corsicana Emhouse Vole On School Plan Corsicana and Emhouso In dependent school districts Sat urday are voting on whether or to avoid a delay In waiting andlthe city has not been able apartment near the tnc Emhouse district will crowding up the late hours of I to Pllt Us insect fogging ma charges of aggravated nsconsolidate with the Corsicana COED BL said u te was nuried in her face earlier in the day as suggested department city DISFIGUR co bllnd ilver Herter said on his arrival here of feuding versary of the starling of Guard and Sunbeam movement in this country by Genera Evangcline Booth on May Participants are Ed Theme of the today that the United States realtor who owng lhe and Italy have a close identity Boulevard Barber and his of view and purpose in solving two former the Berlin problem relaxHarrell and Jay who will be Guarding thn Future ing world now operate their own shop who came here for top 150 feet down the Through International William wife of Corsicana SA Corps who is In charge of the Guard and Sun The health department newed its suggestion that school children be brought durlmosquitoes and othei ing the morning and pests that are springing forth school age children come in so many breeding places after the dismissal caused by standing water from of classes so that a logjam Ilne intermittent spring and Clline Into action hut crcws saul were filed against Tommy rohave been engaged in spraying Ray Lcstcr also a stu Thcrc had becn 89 vote3 precreeks with oil to hold down dcnt at North AP Wireat Emhouse and only 20 at the insect photo courthouse at noon a survey The polls opened at 8 and will close at 7 wont occur at closing time level talks with Italian officials Cox opened his shop eight beams locally listed the objec on the progress of the foreign months ago but says he didnt tivea of tne anniversary observ ministers1 conference in Genemake enough money from a 70Lnce afl recall the was met at the airport split arrangement with growth of Girl More Paralysis In Polio Gases summer Mechanical difficulties with tractor which pulls the fog ging machine were blamed part ly with the delay in getting this 15Month Old Makes Every Word Count To it is necessary for a majority of those voting to favor the If one district approves and the other the proposal County Judge Kenneth Foreign Minister Giuseppe Fella rell and Simmons to cover his and Ambassador James I wanted out of the barber He told reporters that amonj Cox I gave subjects he would discuss with Harrell first chance to buy the officials here was Italys sion to accept guided misHarrell said the asking price siles to be based on Italian was too high so he and Sim He returned to Geneva late mons decided to set up their Guard and Sunbeams since May 16 M their beginning To reempha See SA Page 8 Mohol own I couldnt afford to go some where else and build up another Penrose Heads ood Neighbors Patricia fifteen month equipment into summertime daughter of and Mrs cration When repairs rmvc been Eldred 1618 has recently called the election made and weather conditions developing a prayerfulthankafter receiving petitions from are the machine will ful Before going to the boards of education of tho begin making nightly rounds of bcd ahe ofton whispers this two More than twice as many paithe Now I Jim Bob Collins is tho election ralytlc polio cases than last year The public was requested not at the table when exJudge at The ballot have been reported so far this to put grass clippings and tin pressing thanks for the ing is at tho school John cans in the alley as city forces Patricia is the soul of Davis is conducting tho vot The Public Health Service are now engaged in mowing alBowing her head and combining for the Corsicana Indepen saicl Friday 19 cases had been leys and this causing a delay In Ing nil foods Into one she dent district at the county court reported by the states in the the the cans collect graciously conveys her at the week that ended May comwater and become as she pared to seven In May 18 spending 1958 Neville Penrose of Fort The polio disease year is con popular in both Texas sldered to start April From polish to and was elected prcslthen until May 9 a total of 9B let Cox Of tne international Good paralytic polio cases have been Neighbor Council here compared with 44 last He succeeds Jose Muguerza For the calendar year the correbreeding only balloting trict for this placo in the dis all the all the said Ive got Veteran By ALTON BLAKESLEE UP Seafar ting oilmen have taken the first technical steps toward digging the fabulous Mohole would be a hole dug clean through the earths crust into the mysterious area or mantle lying It has to be dug at sea where the earths crust is thinnest Drills and pipes first must reach down through perhaps three miles of water from ship to sea Then the actual drilling must go three to six miles deeper through the ocean bottom and rock to pierce the earths this would be a spectacular But scientists are seriously proposing and even hunting for likely spots in the One reward would be learn ing what the earth is made of under its skin or crust on which humans foot by foot the drilling could bring up fossil deposits and rocks to learn the history of life and geological changes ever since the earth was Digging that deep under water made successfully in water up to feet Redin This involved special methods for sinkink holding it relocating the hole and pipe is necessary after and solving other problems which would be involved and intensified in the scientists dream of digging through the earths crust in But oil wells already are But experiments have been ing dug from barges riding anchored in the as well as from permanent Texas tow ers or oildrilling platforms whose feet are stuck through shallow water into the bottom of the Gulf of Drilling from a floating der rick barge already is being done by the Global Marine Explora tion Los a subsi diary of Union Oil of This firm is making studies of the feasibility that mohole could actually be said Tom company Present techniques seem read ily adaptible for the mohole he said in an inter view at Globals exhibit at the International Petroleum Expo Mohole gets Its name from invested in this Its Page 10 of who resigned were 283 cases compared cause of ill with 147 cases a year Offers Some BreathTaking Possibilities Bombs Can Improve World TULSA UPI May engine 16 By SAN UPI ROBERT STRAND May 16 The United States gave the world today an almost which breathtaking picture of how the burns any type of oil or liquid earth can be made into a better fat for fuel and is billed as the place with the help of f i r i iiiJ Mono an abbreviation for Mohorovicic This means the boundary between the earths crust and the mantle or uncertain composition under Global Marine has dug some 40 holes under water from a most important step ahead in internal combustion engines In half a century was announced at the International Petroleum Exposition by French interests Dubbed the magic This picture was contained in 55 scientific treatises at the sec ond plowshare a meeting of 500 youthful It was sponsored by the Atomic Energy may sound like a Jules Verne special floating mostly Jat water depths of 45 to 350 j the engine is purportedly so The 5UgJested ways of efficient that it burns 20 per Waatl harbors in undeveloped cent less gives 20 per cent a turning deserts into gar andu making chemicals inside means the boundary between duces 20 Per cent more horsethe earth and producing electri City from nuclear explosions The engine was announced by Paul president of Jack w Reed of Sandia Automobiles Berliet of Albuquerque said at the near meetjngs close Friday that His company is the sixth launched by See Page 8 could bt used to change the course of A more spectacular scheme was offered in a paper by Lester Weather He said bombs might blow moisture into the troposphere to form a perman ent cloud over polar regions thus melting warming the earth and evening its tem The purpose of the meeting to acquaint businessmen with what the bombs could do in the hope they would think up new Were telling them how holes can he dug and obstacles re said Wilson Frank of the Radiation The AEC scientists invited businessmen to buy bombs for approved explaining that an Abomb costs and that HBomba cost each In small BLACKMOORE May When Genievieve Tabouis arriv ed In Geneva she thought that international tension was finish I was sure there would be no more she I even sent a cable to my family say ing pence established Today she was not so Scientists admitted that many For the cable she was talking projects suggested were 1mabout was dated a report practical for the present be on her first Geneva She Is still waiting for cause of radioactive contaminacenevieve Tabouis has been But they said tho 1957 bflck for every Geneva confer hardtack explosions underground ence since as she was lo in Nevada demonstrated that d The world stm hasiVt ab radioactive materials can be oHshed But who obtained if the blast is deepLives her age as has become enough Europes best known newspaper And they expressed hope a tiny figure Once a clean bomb would be decredited with the power of top pling cabinets in Prance with veloped in the are not far her whiplash The AEC is ready to blast a Hitler Clcmenceau harbor and channel in Alaska in Lloyd GeorgCf stalin 1961 and plans to experiment confidantes between with generating electricity The world has been her an underground nuclear shot were her confidantes between the world near this eum Some other projects discussed a sea level canal in See 5 It still is this tiny white haired grandmother with the elegance of a queen and the bustle of city hall She rises regularly at 6 and retires after In she writes seeks and gives lunches and dines with distinguished and job of snlf wlnd at the does an admirable fing the backstage fourpower You might say that Madame Gcnevieve Tabouis is to the eleven hundred newsmen ac credited here what the four for eign ministers are to their re spective delegations although she holds no formal When the snowhaired woman walks through the crowded lounge of the Geneva press people actually spring from their seats to go shake hands with her a thing which journalists rarely do foi one of their Advcnturo and color arc com monplace in the reporters pro fession but Madame Tabouia has had more than her share of Thirtyeight years ago she gave up a respect able pasttinifi foe a welltodo Parisian and took up a world into ladies rarclv She was initiated into the tortuous ways of international diplomacy at the Geneva and Locarno conferences of 1924 and Like the present big power they were pre occupied with the problem of European She said her family her forever afterwards teased about her peace hurrah cable and it remained a prize exhibit in the family In those international conferences were There were far fewer journal ists to get in an enterprising journalists way and lowly re porters coxvld mix freely with the high placed diplomats who did the It was not so hard to get In formation nnd to wangle ap pointments with ministers of foreign Madame TabouU Were Journalists Inspected and frisked for possible conceal ed weapons when they entered the old League of Nations Build ing In those days Certainly shn replied The press corps grandmother has had some good scoops in her In I gave my foreign minister the date and hour ot Seo Page 10   

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