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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - May 28, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                I a L f I THE WEATHER LOCAL cloudy and warm through Friday with widely scatter ed mostly afternoon and evening thunder Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 1 12 1 2 82 86 1 88 i 90 91 i 92 93 Complete Weather Report on Market Home of the Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Morning Li LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONALAP TELEMATS 304 MAY 1 O SECTIONS MARKETS AT A GtANCE NEW May er early gains gov ernments improve com mission house CHICAGO Mostly higher short liquidation and hedging with to 25c lower top not tested on monger sup PRICE FIVE CENTS ftftftftftftftftftftftftft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft t N f f I f il i I fi Tt 1 I 1 ADENAUER VISITS lor Adenauer of West Germany talks with President the White Left to right Secretary of State Christian FEUD OVER MISSILES DRAWS FIRE Air Academy Funds Suffer Sharp Cutback May 28 UPI The House Appropri ations Committee voted today 4 to give President Eisenhower blankcheck authority to spend whatever is needed to keep this countrys big bombers on cons tant airborne alert against Russian Steps Demanded The committee took the act ion in approving a 000 defense money bill to op erate the armed forces in the new fiscal year starting July It said Russias growing missile threat demands unusual steps to protect the big bombers and their retaliatory striking The committee recommended Eisenhower Heinz and a speedup in longranpe mis The German leader was in Washingsncs with an eye to the day ton for the funeral of John Foster CAP whcn manned bombers become TRAGEDY MARS ALPINE CLASS GRADUATING TRIP Wirephoto May 28 Highway deaths during the first four months of 1959 sharply re a twoyear downward the National Safety Council said Each of the months showed an increase over the same month last the council with a total of re ported fatalities and disabling injuries to about per sons from January through Council President Howard Fyle urged better driving and better enforcement to bring the traffic death toll back down again in a partic ularly during the busy Memorial JDay with 33 per cent few er trafic deaths compared with te same period last top ped 19 states which reported the council States with a 10 per cent de crease or more were down 26 per cent 16 15 and Among cities of more than the following xvere among those reporting a decrease during the first four months down 64 per 36 and San Reporting than 20 per group were 40 decreases of less cent in the same 17 16 15 Los 8 and San At the end of four 343 cities still had perfect rec the council The three largest were and Other city death rates per registered vehicles warn reported by the council as fol lows San San By The Associated PresH Severe thunderstorms with large hailstones and damaging winds were predicted for sec tions of West Texas late Thurs day by the Weather The thunderstorms were fore cast for an area 120 miles east of line extending from 150 miles Russians Give Drunk Driver Death Penalty May 28 A Soviet court has sentenced a chauffeur to death by a firing squad for drunken The newspaper Soviet Latvia disclosed that the Latvian Su preme Court had pronounced the rare death sentence against Yw Tarasov at the end of a threeday Tarasov smashed his car into a bus on the RigaBolderai highway last March after a night of Several per sons were killed in the acci Vilis one of Tara povs drinking was sentenced to 10 years in The newspaper said he was held responsible for instigating the systematic drinking orgies which preceded the Traffic violators in the Soviet particularly drunken often receive stiff sen tences of 10 to 15 years in pris But death sentences are rare and usually assessed only in aggravated cases It also stepped into the squabble over antiaircraft missiles and scuttled Navy plans for a new super It ordered a sharp tuck in proposed spending by the new Air Force Academy at Colo rado saying it was not satisfied with expla nations of alleged wasteful spending It earmarked for the academy compared with this No The overall money bill foi short of Eisenhow ers original But it did not include possible spend ing for the airborne alert which eventually could run into bil lions of The committee also mode a west of Lubbock to 60 overhaul in the presi southwest of The Weather Bureau said the danger period would be from 4 to The May 23 Pretty young Elldia Rod on what had been one of her happiest was taken from a Mexico Citybound bus here this morning and told her father was The father and and Francisco were following the londed with the High School graduating of which Elidia was a to wave goodbye to the another automobile SlroubeCoHest Dispersal Sale The last head of the Gotten herd registered Herefords was auc tioned off in Corsicana Wednes day The herd of 186 and calves brought a grand total an av See Page 10 10 new storm warnings came in wake of heavy thunder storms that brought hail and terrifying winds to sections of West Texas Hail an inch and a half in diameter pounded about 65 mileg northeast o f the Weather UPI Bureau and Johnson Fires Hot Blast Ai Proxmire May 28 Senate Lyndon Democratic Johnson crage of JerfS livestock mission one mile darted from a side road and collided with the Rodriguez ve Rodriguez was killed and Elidias mother was The happy youngsters and their chaperones rode gaily on toward Mexico o climax to the graduation exercises that were held Wednesday Nobody aboard the big vehicle knew that an accident had hap pened about a half mile east of Alpine notified police here by telephone ind Elidia was taken from the bus and hurried back to Alpine by sheriffs It was the second traffic tragedy within a week to mar the graduation See Page 10 31 Towns Will Organize Promotion Unit were so strong southeast back publicly today at repeated attacks on his leader ship by William Proxmire In his first public recognition of Proxmires the Tex an told the Senate that it doesnt take much courage to make lhe leadership a punching He made thp with UPI Flying grandout ag part father Max Conrad of El of a gcnerai to criticism Texas prepared today to Of the type that the Wisconsin fly 6000 nonstop miles straight Democrat has heaped on home in his tiny Piper Co Proxmire in said John M 1 1 J l A J IB See Page 9 Ef Paso Target Conrad flight manche The perennial recordshooter m i w w r aimed for a record distance nold a plane uowered cde Pn son had set up a straw said his demand that John caucuses to de matters was not b an engine of less horse than 250 as Johnson had put lhe lcader trV He planned to leave Saturchange any senators KP Uons on any convic day morning and hoped to be hours As SliJJ wjthout naromff Prox fired back that to believe a in El Paso 50 always on these luckpushing mlre flips the veteran flyer expected u his worst problem would be to eader can tell individual sena keep tora what to do Conrad arrived in Casablanca Wednesday night to prepare for the record He got a warm welcome from officials and aviation See Page 9 south on Highway was the site of the which saw the entire Stroube and Gotten herd go to the highest The sale started at 10 and vent into the Buyers were present from Tex as counties and eome reportedly from Highest price for the day was paid for a Miss Rupert and a bull en If col The mother cow and her calf brought which was the high bid of ren of Duron was one of the leading buyers of the Other leading buyers included TicTacToe ranch of Lewis Sams of Bass of Ed Wen dorf of Lowell Estes of Corsicana and Charles Cassity oC Highlight of the special ac tion was the sale of the proceeds of which went to the See Page Ike Changing Aides cience May 28 The White House announced to day the resignation of James as special assistant to the President for science and Killian will return to the presi dency of Massachusetts Institute of Technology from which he was on George Bogdan Kistiakow professor of chemistry at Harvard was chosen by President Eisenhower to suc a Hihway 3t was eel Wed nesday AS ft result of a confer ence held In Athens by Chamber of CommercR representatives along the route who met with Charles state highway Manager Knight was elected temporary chairman1 for the organization of the associa tion which will have one May 28 president of the Steelworkers to day accused the steel Industry of bad faith bargaining and said contract talks so far have got ten McDonald said his union wants lo avoid a July 1 industry strike ind ndded There is no reason for a strike to take place if reason and moderation prevail in genuine collective bargain Contending that steelmakers want to keep recordsotting 1959 profits for themselves without giving industry workers a the union chief said Management still clings to the trickle down philosophy where the major share oC earn ings and dividends repose In the hands of the few while a fig urative bone is thrown to the mass of the McDonald released in advance copies of an address prepared for a National Press Club lunch The same group last week heard the industry side of the current steel negotiations from Chairman Roger Blougb of Stenl Blough charged the union was seeking to spur a new round of The steel industrys cry of inflation is McDonald said The Industry Is guilty oE a Jogifjmate problem in an Ji Get lhe along with wage and salary earners aa a has increas ed his purchnsing power in post See Page 10 May 28 Waggoner Carr was accused of discriminatory methods to day when ho refused to offer the general tax bill to the House for final House tentatively the measure 7865 making session ended near Semite Adjourns The proved record ap in CONFEREES ARE JOVIAL AFTER MEET Hagerty Gives Minimum Data About Session ceed Russia He Is a native of tor from each town or city lo cated on Highway 31 from Waco east to Because of In terstate Highway 20 extending through Longview which will offer connection with Highway at the suggestion of Commissioner will he invited to become a part of the new Purpose of the conference was to explore with Hawn the possi bility of getting the route four laned from Waco to K figore Knight said Thursday that Com missioner Hawn endorsed the idea of forming the association as he pointed out that there See HIGHWAY Page 7 Earth Collapse Causes Crater May 28 A large section nf earth in the plaza area directly across the street from the main Louis Post Office caved in Mo one was A hole 35 feet in diameter and about 40 feot deep developed Authorities ordered the area Police Claude saiti ralnwenkfined earth appar ently collapsed into a network of old wine storage He paid the caveIns might con May 28 UPI President Eisenhower lhathiersonally appealed to the Big foreign ministers today for progress at the deadlocked The explosion in the conference in order to came moments after the 1 summit The President conferred In ate adourned until Monda without waiting for the House or about half hour with the foreign ministers and I have been informed that Russias Andrei Gromyko said it la physically impossible afterwards that it was a pleas get the bill HB 7 engrossedant and uscful printed and proofread with rT attached amendments Carr House said in a told the We will not foment President take it up at this lhad expressed the hope that on I voted against the bill their return to Geneva the for eign ministers would be able to achieve menaure prog ress which would make a sub r F I h Kennedy Warns May 28 John Kennedy said today Congress should not be allowed to adjourn until it takes action to stamp out labor and management mis deeds exposed by the Senate Rackets a member of the Kennedy a member of the sponsor of the senatepassed antiracketeering said Con gress might as well forget about labor reform legislation until unless It approves a mea this Commenting on reports that prospects for House approval of any labor legislation were fad Kennedy said there would be no chance to revive the senate bill in the 1960 presidential elec tion In other congressional develop ments Tht Senate confirmed without debate the nomination of John a career to replace Clare Boothe Luce as ambassador to Debate on the controversial appoint ments of Ogden Reid as ambassador to Israel and Lewis Strauss as secretary of com merce was tentatively scheduled to begin next Spacemen Seven men in business suits who some day may don space gear to orbit the earth met behind closed doors with members of the House Space Leonard Wolf DIowa told newsmen the astronauts are really not children going into this thing with closed One of the seven will be chosen later to become the first American ever fired into space in the nosecone of a Memorial Homer Labor Bill Capehart introduced a bill to name the new Washing ton airport at in memory of John Foster the former secretary of He said the airport would be called the Dulles International Air port in honor of the late states man who flew almost daily to the far points of the world in pursuit of Independence Frank onetime military aide to President Ei issued a statement urging Congress to declare its independence from lhe While He said Eisenhowers effort to label Democratrc con Igressmen as spenders was a campaign to make congress subservient to the wishes of the White Expansion The House ApA uS Arm propriations Sommittee backed a checkpoint of Dreifmden after passingthrough proposal to build still another East German territory without incident on the See Page 11 day once set by Soviet Premier Nikita Khrush QUIET OX for western allies to clear Big Four foreign cur rently discussing the German situation at Ge were in recess as they attended rites in for the late John Foster AP Wirepbolo via radio from Berlin See Page 10 Papers Joke About Society Tax Proposal May 28 UPI with incredulity and caustic Police eport Youth Admits Six Burglaries Six burglaries over lhe past two years were reported Thurs day by police to have been clear ed up by a statement Wednes day niglit of a 16yearold The after giving police a was released with instructions to report Thursday morning to County Attorney Jimmy Hightowcr said the youth was picked up for questioning about old burglaries Wednes day evening by Officers Dunlap and The youth had been returned to Corslcana earl ier in the week by his mother from West Texas where he re portedly had been confined In this is a discriminatory method against the bills author and said Bon ln meeting of the heads crnment desirable and The President said that ha had followed the Geneva con ference proceedings with close the White Houso He expressed the hope that the thorough exchange of views that arc taking place there would lead to a better approach t the solution of the problem at confronts us in of stressed the ne peaceful ca The Ikewlse expressed i pe tnat on their return to reflected In the society J Lopez Fresquets proposal was See Page 7 to charge for every name mentioned In the society for every descriptive adjec an inch for photo graph J and for use of a noble would colloct the tax and keep 10 per cent for If Its a said the newspaper Diarlo It called the proposal a tax on flattery and Doesnt author of the idea feel that h h g fc ban women are worthy theL detormlned to roect all praises showed in the dcM9 unlesa Rug M i slans withdraw their Berlin sam liauyltnreatp authoritative conference sources reported The sources said the Western foreign returning to night from John Foster Dulles funeral In would U fit vi J t oL VL 1 Jet X Jl sessions Friday afternoon with no fallback sec ondary plan that would give Russia onesided They are determined to sit in Geneva If nec rather than weaken on the Berlin the sources Secret Sessions Due Ai Geneva After Recess May tholTho Western Big Three Foreign Ministers go Into their secret Hightower informed Chief Masscy and County Attorney Morris Thursday morning early that the young bay admitted burglarising three Stovers Humble on South Sev Lester Atkins West Collin at Twelfth and Ycrbys Sinclair at West Seventh avenue and south Twen tieth a year and the three schools S r e B U Pa g e 7 columns Manana Libre The tax on society pages Is As surely as the amount of adjectives which wore missspent in those enter Lets not forget that from the sublime to the ridicu lous there is hut one Athens To Host Id Fiddlers May 28 A number of the Southwcsts sald ton fiddlers will cathcr here Another wrangle was shaping Friday for Athens 24th annual UP over German Old Fiddlers Contest and German Deputy Defense union Minister Karl Heinz Prizes will be awarded to Hoffmann arrived In Geneva to both individuals and to to charges by Secretary of The Farm Bureau queen wm be crowned during afternoon ceremonies and square dances Hoffmann was will bo held on Athens streets Pcctod to make a statement Frl State Christian Herter that East Germany had rearmed our times as much as West ex at Arkansas Orval Faubus will speak nt 2 d The Big Four Forclgn Minis Sco urviv search and said CAPE May UUle mon keys flew 300 into space today in the nose cone of a Jupiter missile and were re covered The flight of the two pint sized Able and gave science important new data nncded to insure the safe space flight of John chief of the armys medical re development corn six and onehalf hours after the Jupiter fifing that the monkeys were retriev ed nlive and in perfect condi McNinch said there would be no further information on the effects of the journey on the monkeys at this The first to be re covorud alive from a space about 15 minutes on their flight which got to u height of about 300 Their nose cone space ship plopped down in the Atlantic miles to the southeast near Able and Baker are schedul ed to be takon to Washington and displayed The message confirming the wen safe and came from an army major aboard the tugboat which pick ed up the Jupiter Baker said the message referring to the space travelers by No injuries or other Officials said the message was delayed because It had to je relayed from the tug by a de stroyer to San Puerto and from San Juan to Cape Canaveral by The nose crammed with various elements of life In cluding human was re covered from the South Atlan tic by navy frogmen 00 minutes after a Jupiter roared into the skies from Cape Can averal at John commander of the army ballistic had told a news conference htve that we are extremely confident at this point two Able and would be recover ed He said the two female mon who made the flight in separate would be tak en to San Puerto and later to Washington for thorough Monkey the cated of the pair of space trav was to have sent a type of telegraph signal back to earth during the flight by press ing a key attached to her No signals were picked which may have been caused by a malfunction of the instru ment or because Able refused to perform as an American Rhesus weighing seven pounds and a onepound squirrel spent about 15 minutes on the mile flight and traveled about 300 miles into high ac cording to the scientists to seriously affect the mon keys from Barclay said the nose cone was recovered intact and was on board ship in less than two hours after the The two monkeys were hous ed in in a 250 pound capsule and Ba ker In a smaller one that was by by lying on her back with her knees drawn up to provide maximum resistance from the forces of wore a spec lal space suit and was equipped with She reclined See Page 7   

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