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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - May 23, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                Vi 1 I THE WEATHEB LOCAL cloudy scattered thunderstorms through Sunday no important temperature Thermometer Headings 8 j 9 j 10 11 f 12 1 I 68 I 71 I 71 71 71 71 71 Complete Weather Report Markel Homeoftbe Daily SunandSemiWwklx MARKETS AT A GLANCE Most Securities and Commodities Markets Are Closed on 300 LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS MAY PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS APPEARS WEARIED BY STALEMATE More Stalling Anticipated By Soviets Envoys By JOSEPH GRIGG May UPD President Eisenhower personal ly will make the final decision for the West whether sufficient progress has been made at the CHAMBER NOW ORGANIZING Kavy Orders 7M4IV INDUSTRIAL TEAM For Billy Spruill By The Associated Dont let your uhildren play with plastic bags May 23 UPI William Ful bright said today the fate of his proposal to expand the de development loan fund for eco nomic aid to underdeveloped countries depends entirely on DOWNPOURS BLAMED ON DEEP TR Funnel Clouds Sighted But None Touch Ground By The Associated Press Rains of cloudburst propor chairman of the Senate ForeignUions soaked the Texas coastal The harmlessappearing transRelations in effect Urea Saturday causlnc Hash parent sacks can be suffocation nas rhallenoPd Prudent causmS cnanengea president in Houston and other traps just as abandoned ice HCnhower to srct behind the boxes A seven man industrial team trial consultant department and Geneva Foreign Ministers jn tne process of being formother similar nv riVTC and eslference to justify a summit ed by the Chamber of Commerce Much of Fridays meeting was uw vUitnrs to the city wont have to wonder where they pecially visitors to jg w with the installation of ence sou They said the final on a pro seek new and better ways to attract new The industrial is one new s The atmosphere at the windup of the current The industrial team has the new signs designate the block number as gress achieved by the Big Four Of three sub committees propostrial commissioner of the Cotton tens and standards cost slightly over with foreign by Embry Ferguson at wsts coming out of regular street department The atmosphere at City officials have expressed hope of adding simi lar signs on diagonal comers in the next fiscal Taylor Studio Photo get oenind tne p posal in light of what Fulbright The heaviest reported rain Youngsters fiave a penchant regards as at least a partial enwas in Refugio County at for pulling the bags over their dorsemcnt of the plan at a where inches i innocently unaware they recent White House press Streets were flooded but An autopsy was planned Satare courting death through damage was tanglement that suffocates Fulbright told a re 3 Indies Common he did not know what From 5 to inches of ralri More than two dozen tots stand Eisenhower would take WGre reported in the Bonney suffocated already this view and areas east of on the Southern The National Safety Coun Fulbright Friday asked the which is 35 airline assistant rjghtofway 14 miles west cij says the number may rise to State Department to present miles north of Corpus the authoritative Chairmanspent in recapitulating for the rces disclosed Louis Gibson informed the panbenefit of members who were lluday at on Twin Yardstick j el at its second in a series of not present at the earlier sesthc bodv of wniiam Everett decision monthly conferences designed to sion that had been proposed at Snruil Jr 20 of Donton for I J i i b M A t H 4 M 1 I the April Meeting j of Corsicana found Frlhave the committee was Randall J April meeting in line with rec ommendations previously receivlbeen used with considerable suc The second factor may be frOm his companys Induscess by other cities actively en more it was in attracting new indus the Geneva negotiations erupt 1 tries and will be inaugurated goner execution ed mass en by Runaway Truck Kills Driver In Bastrop May 23 Larry died Friday when his with cement and on into four au tos and a service station Bastrop newspaper woman Lillian Waugh said thfl truck sped into town with the horn blowing and lights It hit an empty which exploded and then knocked a station wagon into another Both vehicles The truck sideswipcd a fourth auto and hit the service arrangements I causing heavy nnp and uraverl Judge Robinson granted thelto get relatives of Hancock apparently died when pnomrh to see stay early yesterday when American servicemen in Gerbe jumped from the flaming laws of Nebraska Starkweathers many out of danger areas and the trailer fell on him state without charged his sons constitutional case of trouble are rights had been violated because The who asked that of according to 100 before the year Is Presidents views to the Rains of one to three inches The Associated Press and Unitnumber of the victims are less committee when UnUvere commonplace through the Press International dispatchthan a year dersecretary of State Dougcoastal and eastern parts of The bags are the type used las Dilllon wil1 testify on the the Rain measuring above Funeral services will be held largely by dry cleaning estabeconomic aid 3 Inches turned some Houston In Corsicana with Corley inllishments for rotnvninn Elsenhower asked for to rivers and forced murderer May 2S judicial The Nebraska attorney Beck av blasted federal The twoweek stay gave Stark y in the weather time to file an appeal convictto the Pistrict If Charlesllhe appeal a new date will be set for his electrocution at Clarence Nebraska prison order Judge Archibald Richpresiding judge of the Eighth granting StarkFederal District Court of Ap weather a lastminute chance promised that due to the appeal his condemnation to nature of the action the electric be It is into a bout of EastWest charg es and a sum mit meeting be highly un If they remain chances of a summit getto gether would be far BreakOff Rumored the West already obviously was weary of Russian stalling tactics and there were rumors the might even move to break off the talks if no Page 8 Plans Chaotic For Evacuation Of Dependents By JOHN CAIXCOTT May Army sources to seek in an effo ilar measure of this Chairman Gibson ex that each member of returning gar charge but arrangements are Tile matorfaj algo ts ugc j million dollars to continue the evacuation of stranded motor ed complete pending the com piefor auch purposes as covering IIoan fund for another Vear asjlsta by tion of the Ipjjjows and crib part of his billion dollar The Weather Bureau a prospective industry comes here to look Corsicana over oneIDase team member will have at hi fingertips all the available in formation on the labor on at the induction center the bags perfortttcd or Dallas Wednesday and was marked ills The tragedies have foreISn aid Ifunnel clouds were sighted along across the country to Fulbrights cosponsored the coast at about but the bags perforated See FOREIGN Page 8 Corsicana GREENVILLE Three Mother Lands Her Son In Jail he lacked their names be said persons died and two were jn Criminal District Judge The Starkweathers had fired the services have drawn up Jured in a cartruck collision their sons counsel nearly a year reasonably satisfactory basic near nere during a rain storm ago because his defense for the movement of and Air Force but few Ire services the young mans body clad only in His another all the data on tmns laQ portation another on were quas plant another on Adz wh See Page 5 GunToter Is Jailed FORT May 23 New Yorker who said he heard Texas was a rough state drew a fine and a year in jail Friday for carrying a Edward of New York entered a plea of May 23 A mother had her jailed Saturday on a charge of robbery by assault Delores filed the charge against George Fuller charged that her See Page 5 UAR Will Keep Israeli Cargo of the people concerned know what the plans are or how to find So far as could be only the families of men in clas sified organizations such as security and counterintelligence May nave been fully informed on BOH punched her in the beat I United Arab Republic will conwhat they are supposed to do in her to her kicked her the Israeli cargo of Other wives and children the face and and took the Danish ship Inger Toft at from her Port informed sources the problem of get Mills is an unemployed themselves together and I tried to help him learn The sources said the out where theyre j i t j ISUDDOsed to Efo anrl nnw tnpvrA i t tin ow LIUVV At trade and be to get creating the risk of disastrous Fuller He just didnt seem to appreciate Its not right for 1 J n boy to treat his mother that The UAR was the right to bar enemy Mills asserted he acted in selfthe sources Their predic tion was backed up earlier to I took her money so she day by the newspaper Al wouldnt do anything foolish with I The freighter had attempted he Police also charged Mills with Canal to determine whether the drunkenness and abusive IanEgyptians would pass the Israe Killed were Janie her twoyearold daugh and her 14yearold Bobbie Nell Critically injured were Giles and See Ike Promotes Negro General May 23 Benjamin D I negro Air Force of has been nominated by President the plan now thisl Eisenhower to be a major gen rank ever held by a member of his Davis now is deputy chief of s11 would fan out through staff for operations for the s of portation is what is supposed to In the event of a special teams called NEO a teat run through Busing Air Force In His IJ 1 d L I t m 4 headquarters are at Ramstein Wives who cant drive would Air Force Base in Sec page s TexasDesigned Craft May Revolutionize Work DeepDiving Sub Contract Due His father was a brigadier general before retirement short ly after World War ere the Sunset Limited been held up more than an The inves tigation began when a trainman in noticed a broken window In the compart ment in which the recruits were Thc occupants were See Page 5 Finally Quell Rioters Across ay From Rio RIO DE May and loot ing in the city of Niterol tapered off and finally were halted ear ly today by a heavy guard of to that effect have been introduced In Congress and some state Health officials and dry cleaning groups Including the National Institute of Dry have The Kordlte of claiming to be the na See Page 9 Baccalaureate Sunday Night For CHS Class Rain General Over Amounts Vary Rains from Inch In Dres den to inches In Corsicana fell Friday night and Saturday morning in Navarre The precipitation was accom panied by considerable electri cal disturbances but no damage was The rains stopped farming and road construction Precipitation from other coun ty points in addition to Dres none touched Houston Flooded 73 miles west of measured Inches of rain In the 24 hours ending at 7 A inch rain flooded Hous ton streets Saturday stalling hundreds of A section of the Eastex Hlgh Pape 5 Several Points Chillier Than Alaska By The Chilly weather more like March Corsicana high schools 1959 Duvalls He said he had the gun for Judge Duvall said in open court there is more to the case than was introduced in Swick was accompanied by and Heavy rain 16yearold girl who told cut tion officers she had posed for Tnc final toll for thc nude movies nnd filled Hots toucncd off by a for the baccalaureate acrmoniand Emnouso 13 inchea North which will be delivered by Dawson i80 and all with John Wesley pastor Highway 287 still was open at with of the First Methodist Saturday morning but Free The mercury sank to 25 In Frn Ford Sneaker stone county atatc highway patser nnd Dressed in cap and rol reportcd that water and mud In comfortable off and finally were halted eargraduates will hear Ford on the highway were in An on the Take What travel dangcroUV Motorists were which is expected urged to proceed with caution arfaSp to be a challenge to the youthnbthe floodGd flreagi thc ahcrj The mtdeontlnent caught the ful department Ford was chosen by thc ferryboat strike was 4 dead and class to deliver the as ou is the A member of thc 11S One person was killed Friday is a when Marines fired Into a crowd protesting the sudden halt in Other clergymen to parUcl1 ferry to across In the program are Another person was elec No Change In Dulles Siatus May State said today there is no change in thc condition of John Foster Dulles who clings tenaciously to life in his battle against the will present the Scrip ccr and of JQSC owners ture HIbbitt will Lightning Hits School Twice brunt of shower activity during the early hours with rain ex tending along the southern tier of the weather bureau In Chicago forecast rnln nnd thundershowers for thp hu mid Atlantic Coast during the More widely scattered show ers activity also was on top for nice pastor of thef May trocutcd when a high tcnsionlMissionary Baptist and says lightning nevithe R00kies and portions of wire snapped during the pastor strikes twicef m i the same Two others were I the Church of the killed in street The demonstrations were of the place Two holts hit the Blossom who has a school bulding within minutes See Page 5 GOVKRNOB BALKS The Departments Inst an nouncement earlier this week said the former Secretary of State was growing gradually confined to his bed of his propDrty May Michael DISal f bricks off and dnmaged a an outspoken critic of horse of the ferry line Their ferry give the opening prayer and n today declined to pre property was wrecked and their A hnif the Armys Walter Rcccl Medical Is under heavy sedation to ease his third bolt hit a short dissent the trophy to the winner homos looted and burned Cat re Service Order Lftnce nnd knockcd a teleof the Governors Hand died of a heart attack The remnlncler of the order phone oufc of fche hand of Amos cap at nearby Boulah Friday night after service will include the a service station oper got enough handicaps See CHS Page 8 He wasnt lit tho governor Violence erupted when the See Page S By JOSEPH MYEB May 23 been completed at the Southwest Research Institute in San An UPI A contract soon will and tank tests of be awarded for construction of fivefoot scale models will start the worlds first deepdiving subin June The Reynolds Metal spon Aluminaut ia now it was learned of The craft will operate depths negotiating a contract for its 15 to 20 times greater than modconstruction by a big ship ern military subs can safely The cost will be about Its designers say it will Revolutionize exploration Upon its the of the oceans as far down as Navy is expected to take over For the first time at the submarine on a leasepur least 60 per cent of the vast and chase basis and put it to work practically unknown frontier of on military and scientific ve the deep sea bottom will be search opened to close scientific These projects probably will be carried out under contract last tanks will assure efficient depth The Aluminaut is designed to operate as deep as feet where the water pressure is more than pounds per square The Navy recently bought a bathyscape from Auguste Ficcard of Switzerland which can go down about Ficcard is working on an other version which Ocean ographers hope will seven miles to the greatest But the bathyscape but rather descend oceans is not a a diving accessible huge stores by the Scripps Institution of of mineral wealth on and under San the ocean It also will make or the Woods Hole possible recovery of treasure Oceanographic from ships which sank in deep Its designers say the Alu minaut will be the first true a new generation of missubmarine capable of divine much deeper than 900 or and sentry submarines capable It will be 48 feet long and of operating safely and secretly about 30 feet in It at detectiondefying wii carry a pilot and two sci The battery powered subentists and an instrument pay marine dubbed the Aluminaut load of more than because of Us sixinch aluminum The craft will be powered by pressure is scheduled for batteries and capable of con launching in ducting deep sea misvir last Preliminary design work hailing nearly 100 Tlate bal consisting of a gondola suspended from a tank filled with It is fragile anti has small range and little pay The Aluminaut wiM be equip ped with master slave manipula tors mechanical hands like those used to handle radioactive materials which will be able to take large samples from the sea bottom and stow them In the It also will have coring device for examining sedimen tary deposits underlying Lift Controls On Grain Tor Producers Use Senate Wheat Bill Challenge By ALVIN SPIVAK May 23 UPI Senate passage of a the ROOFTOP BLOCKADE STOPS HOUSE MOV j jt Katherlne Webber and her The man in charge of the dejMeyer perch atop her garage roof in sign work at the Southwest Angeles to prevent this jackedup house Page 5 I from being moved up an alley wey to its new lo wheat bill aimed at curbing the costly growth of wheat sur pluses posed another direct challenge today to Eisenhower administration farm The measure was passed last night on standing vote after the presidents own plan for deal ing with the problem was swept The issue now goes to tho The administration opposed the final wheat bill it contends the price support levels offeree are too high and would boost federal costs by 50 mil lion In a second big the Sen ate S7 to a coiling on total price supports the government may pay on alt crops to any single farm or Tho House approved a limit earlier this Throughout thc scna She claimed it was a clear case of trealtors agreed with the Presidents pass and demanded After three view that something had to he the house movers gave in and paid her done to stop piling up a wheat It was costing them for each hour It will total nearly halfs by July The stopgap Senate bill would give wheat farmers three choices for their 1960 and 1961 of the AP Wirephoto a year and a A grower could continue plant ing at present levels and re ceive price support at 65 per cent of as opposed to thc present 75 per cent He could cut acreage10 per cent and get 75 per cent of he could reduce acreage 20 per cent and get 80 per cent of Each farmer would make his own choice for his own Opponents argue that arm ors will cut their acreage to take advantage of the higher piire support and then pile on fertilizer to increase production on thc reduced The hJil tightens penalties for It cuts the 15acre marketing quota exemption to 12 It also abolishes for two years all controls on wheat grown for use on thc producers own The House is expected to act soon on a different wheat It would allow farmers to choose between two plans a nationwide referendum this One would fix supports at 90 per cent of parity with a 25 per cent cut in The other would cut supports to per cent of parity with un restricted The senate action came by vote on which the positions of Individual senators are not The administrations setback was the second of the week on farm On Thursday the Senate ignored the administra tions objections and voted to freeze tobacco price supports at 1D58 DOGS KILL CHILD May 23 A pack of stray clogs attacked unl killed u 2 l2yearold boy toiluy uftPr clrnffiflng him Into a field about 75 yards behind his parents Two of the were captured several hours ttut police Hiild afc least four dogs wore believed still roaming a woodland area of suburban of the dogs was believed f j t L   

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