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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - July 2, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHEB LOCAL FORECASTPartly cloudy and warm through Friday with scattered show ers and Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 84 91 93 94 95 96 Complete Weather Report on Market fflHanneMht Daily Sun and Mornini LifthtJ LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW July er rally govern ments commission house CHICAGO slightly bullish crop bearish crop higher bull ish crop to 25 cents high er top steers steady to weak top 22 JULY PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Texas Senators Await Short Revenue Measure ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Adopt Compromise On Foreign Aid Loans SHOWDOWN AVOIDED ON HOT ISSUE Appropriations Will Finance New Program July The Senate today votedfor a twobillion dollar pro gram of foreign development loans to be financed by direct from It was a offered ay the Democratis and Repub lican of a hot issue that had developed between the El senhower administration and in fluential members of the Senate Foreign Relations On Voice Vote The Senate accepted it by a RUSSIAN DISPLAY OPENED TO A statue of a Russian worker and a portrait of creator of the Communist loom over a display of space vehicles as the public gets its first look at the Soviet cultural and scientific exhibition In New Yorks AP Wirephoto olence Crimes Flare z A 19yearold girl was fatally stabbed 16 times Wednesday night and in a pool of blood in a west side Detroit residential Police theorized Sharon Lor aine Smentowski was the victim of someone who tried to molest Several suspects were being including a former mental Police believed the mental patient was seen in the neighborhood brandishing a knife shortly before Sharon was Another man was arrest ed who had fresh scratch marks on his Inspector Richard Miller of the homicide bureau said from what we know now it looks as if some molester at tacked Assistant prosecutor George head of the prosecuting attorneys homicide was even more I have no doubt that the at tack was sexually Kent She must have put up a terrific Edward the Wayne County medical examin said an autopsy disclosed the girl hf not been The aying occurred only a short dutarice from where Patricia a 26yearold sec was stabbed to death last A 15yearold Louis Rob admitted her He said he stabbed Cioffi when she resisted his See Page 9 July 2 UPI Earl despite a slight heart failure Wednesday woke up at 4 today and started conduct ing the business of state in a rasping that carried through the of his motel When he he had Longs Condition Worries Doctors Snork Writes History With Third Voyage CAPE July twiceflown Snark intercontinental missile made nn unprecedented round trip of more than miles early today and landed intact at the The bright red a pilot iess bomber with was the first to be flown three The flight over the Atlantic mis sile range was regarded as an im pressive feat of missile With two jet aircraft Hying close behind as the Snark touched down on a skid strip at in a per graceful It slid See Page 10 had only four hours He telephoned for a recelvet two visitors and then receivec four He looks much State Henry Larcade said The other visitor was State Sen Clifton Victor Edgar Hull Thomas Rafferty and Pau Pratt followed the visitors in a heart anc a psychiatrist joined Longs medical staf Wednesday They disclosed Wednesday See Page 10 Woman Killed By Her Own Car July 2 West Texas woman died Wednesday when her car ran over about of Progress had stopped at her rural The car was left running and officers say the transmission apparently slipped into She was knocked down and run over the car circling twice before coming to a hall on the opposite side of 84 Costly Blaze Hits Pentagon July 2 UPI badly damaged a highly secret but small underground section of the huge Pentagon building It disrupted op erations of the entire force of some civilian and military employes who work there for the armed At least 30 firemen and build Ing guards were overcome by apparently none serious More than 500 Air Force em ployes were forced to flee the section which houses the closelyguarded Air Force statistical Defense Secretary Neil Mc Elroy dismissed the entire Pen tagon working force for the rest of the day after lunch be cause the fire had burst water There was no danger to the employes but drinking and washroom facilities were out of Damage was expected to run into the millions of Five alarms brought hundreds of fire fighters from adjacent Virginia communities and the city of of the military forces is located directly across the Po tomac river from With oxygen tanks strapped to their masked firemen fought through smoke and dark ness for two hours before they finally contained the fire to a basement area of the enorm ous fivestory build ing which sprawls over 34 Damage from smoke and flames spread over an area of or more square By early firemen said embers imbedded in the floor ing were confined to an area of about 400 square An Air Force guard estimated that the main area of the fire as the IBM about 150 by 150 feet square He said the top secret room contained comput ing machines used by the Air The fire started shortly after 11 in the highlyse cret Air Force data processing section which contains some worth of electronic of them appar ently used In code cuviy uaeu in coae Tha largest to the Air Fnrce by Internation office building and headquarters al Buisineu Machinei Officials said the fire evident ly was caused by an electric de A spokesman said that a larg number of magnetic tapes were destroyed by the but tha the Information they contal probably can be H said the branch of the Air Force housed in the damage area deals with records rather than active communications spokesman said all of th services printed records were The heat of the fire was so intense it buckled the stone anc concrete floor of the buildings main floor a self contained shopping center which houses numerous stores ticket offices and eating places Although the building Is of masonry and and bas ically the fire spread in false ceilings and partitions CAB PASSENGER KILLED of Alice was killed near here late Wednes day when a car struck a guard The driver escaped un hurt in the accident just weal of Freer on voice While the total amount is greater than President Eisen hower had the Dem ocrats yielded to his view that the funds should be handled as subject to con gressional Filllam Fulbrlght D chairman of the Foreign Raltions and others had wanted a five billiondollar program be fi nanced by simply authorizing he foreign aid administration LO borrow the money from the Flan Acceptable Eisenhower had originally pro NEW July 2 Two New York newspapers re Dort that Soviet Premier Nikita in his interview with former New York Averell adopted a very tough line in discussing the Berlin The New York in a Washington dispatch by Harry quotes an informed source as saying Khrushchev was very rough in his with Khrushchev Indicated he s determined to get us out of Ber posed 700million dollar loan program but had in dicated he would go along with a larger program based on di rect Evtrett Dirksen of the Republican See FOREIGN Page 2 Paul Mitchell Added To Board Local Chamber Paul appliance store and was elected Thursday to the Cham ber of Commerce board of di rectors by the executive com mittee which had been author to name a suc cessor to Hubert Spurlock who moved away from the Spurlock had been elected to a threeyear term In January so Mitchell will serve the re maining two and a half Four of the six members of the executive panel met with Manager Dick They were President Bob First Vice President Floyd Second Vice President Jack and Herb Unable to attend were Elliott Middleton and Bill The panel also gave approval of a revision of the 1959 budg et figure downward from the originally to fit the adopted to operating ex penditures within the funds available for the In sub mitting the revised budget for Manager Knight showed what had been expend ed todate out of each separate appropriation set up in the orig inal Committee appropriations were reduced overall by from to while routing operating expenses were trimmed from to for an overall reduction of See Page 2 Kozlov Urges End To Suspicions Red History Corrected HARRIMAN HEARS TOUGH TALK FROM KHRUSHCHEV Most Business In Corsicana To Take Fourth Corsicana is hurriedly mak ing preparations for the nations biggest summer holiday July 4 Saturday when business activity will practically close down and most be given the day With the exception or postal federal government of fices will observe July as Independence Day Since government employes al ready get Saturday this will give them a threeday The post office will remain open Friday but will be closed all day Most business houses in Cor sicana will be closed as will city and county with the exception of law en orcing Sonle grocery stores have an nounced that they will be open all day but most will close The city has announced that garbage runs will be made as usual on Both banks will be closed all day Saturday and customers have been urged to transact See Page 10 Schools Head Not Alarmed By Houston Order July 2 ff Plans for Integration of what is now the nations largest seg regated school system will be ready for review by a federal judge next school offi cials have Judge Ben Connally ordered the Houston School Board Wednesday to re port to him by 17 on steps taken to comply with a 1957 in tegration The 1957 ruling did not speci fy a date for say ing such action should be with all deliberate Parents of two negro children asked Connally May 20 to reopen the case and get a John gup See Page 10 lin and apparently thinks he can do so because he judges that the world balance of power has shifted in his The New York Herald in a copyrighted Washington story by Joseph said of the held a week ago Tuesday at Khrushchevs office and country villa The crude threats that the Soviet leader indulged the brutal tone and unprintable language that he employed are considered to mark a new phase in the world situa tion The fact that Khrush chev was really not to former Governor but through him to President See Page 10 MOSCOVJ Tags Berlin Voting Hostile Act July 2 UPI A Soviet commentatorsaid to day the aim of the West Germ an presidential elections in Ber lin was to thwart the discus sion of the West Berlin ques tion at The West German federal assembly defied threats Wednesday Heinrich Communist and chose 64yearold Moscow radio said today election was a hostile minister of as the nations second the act against the Soviet Union and listed a series what it called provocations in West Berlin recently including refugee meet ings and observance of the 10th anniversary of the end of the Berlin The Communists made a series of threats against West Berlin Including a new block but the election went off without a hitch except for a brief slowdown of outward bound traffic Sunday The East German Commun ists threatened Wednesday the election might lead to World a new War II battle in which the Soviets In flicted a major loss on the German military Stolen Museum Guns Recovered July Two men have been arrested in Daingerfleld and charred with the theft of 36 guns and other articles from the Sam Houston Memorial Museum and Sheriff Floyd Farrls of Walk er county snld a tip from a Dal las antique dealer led tn the ar rests Wednesday and the recov ery of the The dpaler had purchased two The others were found hidden at Charges were filed against Vir gil of and Henry of Cites Tendency Toward Pope Issues Peace Appeal VATICAN July 2 Pope John XXIII appealed to day to the leaders of rival na tions to try every approach for peace because a war with nuclear weapons would destroy victor and vanquished The Pope also appealed for Christians to He urged the movies and television to counteract what he called a spreading tendency toward falsehood and unity and peace were the subjects of his first en cyclical letter to the bishops since his coronation eight months The encyclical began with the words Ad Petri Near Peters It was dated June feast day of and was released for publication The pontiff warned that if nations do not aim at fraternal unity which precepts of must rest on justice and the be nourished by conditions of gravest crisis As a all prudent men complain and grieve that it seems to be uncertain whether the same events are moving toward the establishing of a true and genuine or are slipping blindness toward complete new and frightful warlike We say In complete blind ness For If which God prevent a new war breaks nothing else will await or confront all such are the dreadful armaments which our age brings Into play but appalling destruc tion and ruin and whether they are victor or We therefore ask and statesmen la that they ponder these matters prud ently and earnestly before God the Judge as a with genuine good be ready to try every approach which may lead to the essential This harmony and by which we the joint prosper ity of nations will undoubted ly be will be able to be restored only when minds are at peace and the rights of all and due freedom shine forth for the for and for the individual The Pope urged the leaders of nations to remember that God created men not aa enem ies but as He warned repeatedly and In plain language of the ruin which will result If the flren of discord are net ablaze Paga 10 NEW July President Herbert Hoover said today the Russians were very thankful at the time Cor the good this country gave them in the 192123 famine but they have been trying to forget our help ever Hoover joined Vice President Richard Nixon and Secreta ry of State Christian Herter In reminding Soviet First Deputy Premier Frol Kozlov that the food the United States gave Russia was an absolute making a tour of this told President Eisen hower Wednesday the con tributions to stem the famine were a loan that this country forced Russia to repay in Nixon and Herter set him straight on his facts Wednesday at a Washington reception and made him admit he was Hoover spoke out It was not a loan and not a dime was ever asked or Hoover said In a Hoover said In a rector of the American Be lief Administration at that He recalled that at the di rect request of the Soviet gov ernment the administration raised about and provided with iif See PagTlO Don Superintendent Of Dies Don superinten dent of the Corsicana State died at his home on the campus Thursday at following a several weeks Jackson becama superinten dent of the home here July after serving as acting su perintendent for several He was serving as assistant di rector of the Texas Youth Coun cil at Austin at the time he was appointed to the post here and prior to that time had been in charge of a boys camp at Har He was educated at the Okla homa The school executive had been II and had been a patient in Memorial Hospital on several occasions in recent He was a patient but returned to his home in a prl vate automobile Wednesday Surviving are his wife of v slcana a Ronnie 1959 graduate of Corsicana High School Oklahoma City a two and other The body Is at the Corley Fu neral chapel awaiting funeral arrangements which are being held up pending the arrival of July First Deputy Premier Frol Kozlov said today the time has come to abolish once and for all the suspicion and distrust between the United States and The destiny of peace depends to no small extent on relations between the Soviet Union and the United Kozlov said in an address at a luncheon meeting of the National Press and The Overseas The 50yearold Soviet engi considered a likely suc cessor to Premier Nikita Khru said Russian leaders and Soviet people believe there are grounds on which to build relations of To the Russian who have seen their land devastated by there is no other word as hateful as Kozlov EFFORT TO CUT SPENDING IS THWARTED Upper Body Is Due To Expand Levies Quickly July 2 Price Daniel opened the door today to many new special ses sion including loan shark traffic and boat He submitted five specific top ics and a long list of general and local subjects for the law See Page 9 Highway Safety Conference Held Here Thursday A meeting of highway representatives of contractors doing highway construction In Navarro county and a represent ative of the state highway engi neering office was held at the highway department office on Highway 31 Thursday at Better and procedures were discussed and Scott In charge of the highway patrol in this sub district arid Patrolman Bob Turner attended along with Bill Owen of contractor on FM85 and Blooming Grove to Highway 31 via Dres den and from Barry to Highway 31 via Drane John Chambllss from Fred Hall and Val ley contractor on Farm Road from Hopewell school In Ellis county to Farm Road 1129 near Porters Bluff In the extreme northeast corner of Na varro The Farm Road 662 project is for and construc tion will start on July See Page 10 Marine Given Death Penalty July Fred was sentenced today to die in the electric chair for the rape of a 47yearold negro If the set by Judge Henry Johnson for Is carried It will be the first recorded case in the Uni ted States of a white man dy ing for the rape of a After passing sentence on Da Judge Johnson began hear ing motions In the case of 19 yearold Israel negro convicted this week of attempt ed rape of a white woman and due a death makers to work on rest of the second during called ses Legislation is limited in a special session to topics sub mitted by the Await BUI Copy The Senate waited for a work Ing copy of the Housepassed tax It faced the job of pumping enough more revenue in it to cover state spending in i The House Revenue and Tax ation Committee considered two oil and gas tax measures that would fill the gap between tha revenue measure passed Wed nesday and the amount needed to finance state services in the next two fiscal It sent the bills to sched uled another meeting at 2 An Defeat Slash effort to trim appropria tions immediately by 70 million dollars failed in the It defeated a move to suspend Homecoming Rodeo Entries Mounting Fas Entries In the Navarro county homecoming rodeo are pouring in from many the Central Texas Quarterhorse as announced The the second annual will be held Friday and Saturday nights at the Cpral cana Fair Grounds starting at 8 oclock each Entry headquarters for all including bareback bronc calf girls bar rel bull dogging and bull Is Bud Oneals feed store in Corsicana and entries will be accepted until noon Stock this year will bo fur nlshed by Roland Fort who la widely In rodeo The rodeo secretary was due to arrive Thursday to set up entry It was an nounced that many entries have been accepted In Fort Worth but additional ones will be taken Inquiries have been flood ing In from many Texas cities all during this Homecoming schedule of events include the rodeo parade at 5 the rodeo Friday the parade at 10 homecoming lunch at the homecoming gathering and Fair grounds at See Pago 10 Rayburn Raps Spending Charge July Sam in a rare outburst of today accused President Elsenhower and Republican leaders of try Ing to mislead the American people by pinning a spender label on the Democraticcontroll ed He said the GOP spokesman kept on talking about spend despite the fact that Con gress has been cutting the adr ministrations money He said the newspapers contin ually publish the GOP The veteran Texas Democrat has been grumbling privately for some time about what he regards as falsa Republican ac cusations of congressional bud He told newsmen today he wanted this complaint made The Republican National Committee and the Republican leaders and the President keep talking about regard less of the Rayburn He said Congress thus far has completed action on seven mon ey cuttingthem 000 below the Presidents re He predicted Con gress would wind up trimming from 500 million to one billion in Eisenhowers I think that shows were not as reckless as the people who are advising him on these mat Rayburn Looking Rayburn said the big foreign aid money bill Is a likely candidate for a major He said the Presi dents request for could easily be cut by to He declined to predict that such a cut was in the Rayburns appraisal of Con gress performance appeared to conflict with that of the Presi dents budget The bureau earlier this week supplied GOP congressional leaders with statistics designed to show that congressional ac tion and inaction could throw the Presidents precariouslybal anced budget about one billion dollars Into the The bureau specifically men tioned the failure of Congress to grant the Presidents request for higher postal rates and gas oline It said that this inaction accounted for 000 of the Indicated Advised of the budget reaus Rayburn snort ed thats not He said flatly that will not raise postad rates to the level requested by the Pres1 The President asked Con gross to raiao the charge for mailing a firstclass letter from four to five But Rayburn said that Con gress might give some consid eration to an increase of onei half cent a gallon In gasoline taxes but would not grant full 112 cent boost recommend ed by the He said that he personally doubted there would be any crease whatever In federal gaso line RKOOVEB 183 BODIES Colombia Searchers have found 153 bodies left by a flash flood that kill ed an estimated 150 persons in Central Colombia last Tuesday The Relief Agency Care sent in air shipments of and the Colombian gov ernment set for flood   

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