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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - August 1, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER Generally fair and warm through Sunday with a few isolated Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 U 12 1 g 85 I 89 93 I 96 I 96 I 99 100 Complete Weather Bepori on Market Hemt of the Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Morning Uftht 48 LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS 1959 PAGES MARKETS AT A GLANCE Most Securities and Commodities Are Closed on PRICE FIVE CENTS r ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft FLAJUNG gush from the of a gasoline transport truck after a collision with an near BRANDT IS PLEASED BY LATE TALKS Friendly Basis Sought For End Geneva Parley 1 The Western Allies have ap 1 a possible invitation to The driver of the James of Premier Nikita Khrush was fatally but the truck driver eslchev lo vlsit the United caped with minor AP Wirephoto Military Negroes Rape 2 White Girls FEW NEWSPAPERS CAN en Vio reliable sources at the Big Four foreign ministers conference 1 PASS MOSCOW FAIR RULES nc said No Objections Harold manager of the has placed f 1 Teen age violence erupted in Hous ton Friday night and Saturday and in two terrorfiU ed young in separate gangs beat and crim inally assaulted eight times a 26yearold mother of two Beat and shot a 34yearold man who surprised three of them stealing hub Engaged in a wild gang fight in a Burglarized a motor France and West Gera rush order for sample copies many were informed in the past of about 25 newspapers few days tyat President Eisenapparently because those al hower is considering such an ready on hand are considered invitation possibly before the unsuitable by Soviet end of Vice president Richard An exhibition official said Nixons Soviet trip more newspapers sent from America soon after he returns probably will be carefully screened to make sure they con The Western Allies were saidltain nothing that might be of to haveexpressed objections to fensive to Russian such a the source The official said the order there was no con firmation of rumors that Eisen hower might himself visit Rus sia possibjy in November or prior to an East West summit Hopes Abandoned The Western powers seemed The I senior citizens and medical have abandoned hopes of Conference Committee on care recipients are being used anv Berlin settlement on the Appropriations continued work as a political football by the ministers level and up 15 of the the states governor for his own personal looked for a settlement gel The charges probably will between Eisenhower andlas on the third speciall reach the House floor next sessions work Butjxhe resolutions Watson intro West Berlin Mayor Willy Price Daniel and Reo Iduced have been approved by Brandt said flew back I i ill rT irr Police Learn Where Doctor Bought Knife seeking at youths and were least 11 The most brutal the assault by a of 17 16 the last major Item WEST reported today from higher possibly initbey have Seated the Las Veg They ask Daniel to say imme diately what his plans are on teachers pay and public wel Patrolmen Culbreath and Herrera said they made a prowler call at a deal fQf a ial Saturday and found an sion to consider the HaleAikin 18yearold flisjschoo pr0posag A major make a decision one way or the ia an pay Watson charged in another clothing standing m a yard The governor denied in a and if another special ses ter to Watson that he everlslon will be I made it as clear as I knew how that I did not intend to other on this matter until aft er the Legislature had met v Court Studies Elevaior Bids To Help On Dam supermarket where eccused wifeslayer Bernard Finch purchased an eightinch butcher knifeand flashlight found in a briefcase near the death The find was reported glamorous young Fred He1 B for the newspapers specified none by but was for rep resentative publications from leading American We asked that there be noth ing on page one that would be antiSoviet In nature or would adversely portray international conflict that affects the the official He added that McClellan fused to give the names of the newspapers contained in the original batch sent newspapers are not sold in although legitimate students can obtain incomplete files of some papers in public The Russians already have vetoed an American plan to dis See Pages White Slavery Ring Smashed At Pittsburgh 1 negro men ran down two white girls returning from a dance early today and i raped them twice despite efforts July 31 UPI A HouseSenate Con lerence Committee gave formal approval Friday to a 000 military money bill which would push total national security spending this year to about OUTLINES BROAD PLAN ON TENSI Greater Contacts Between Nations Major Premise By ERNEST Officials said this at leastlVtce President Richard Nix would approach previous peaceon today laid before a of other negroes to nrotect theltme pcaka and miffht Set a audlence of ten million or otnei negroes to protect record when all figurcg arQ Russians a broad plan to ease It would amount to about tensions between the United for each of the nations States and Russia through mu tual trust and The new which won Polite But Blunt tentative approval In a polite but hardhitting now goes to the House for acaddress on a nationwile radio fied the men as Cllffmd Tohn ltion PrObablv It then hookup and a special combine nea the men as Ulffoid to the As ten television outlets Nixon it provided only less called for increased contacts be than President E I s e n h o w e Soviet and American lead originally the conference conv Nlxon did not mention police The men were arrested short ly after the attack and ordered held without bond in the Troup county jail They were charged with Sheriff Bailey identi and Brannon E both of Lagi Ohfn not identified clalaw hanlnrVuhliriition nf mittee overhauled some of his not mention the fne names Proposals to speed up missile dePossibility that President Eisern tne names or rape velopment and antisubmarine hower invte Sovlet rap Bailey said three other ne jjoiicv aaiu ULIIUI lie Willie Horace It also provided for a I Of El nn n lU II1 Li T w vr v tK i i I I 1 J n of West Mildred strt on a second of LaGrange aircraft carrier instead of See Page 8 Khrushchev to the but Indicated he red such an in Robert did every thing they could to protect he two white But he said the three attackers were armed with a gun and a The sheriff gave this account of the attack The two LaGrange girls were returning with their dates Aaron and Barney a dance at a nightspot about eight miles from mean Girl Slugged By Red Guard In Vienna 1 A burly Communist guard at iSevenih Main Proposal s Besides calling for more con tacts between leaders of the two Nixon aJso advanced these proposals to ease tensions radio and televis ion broadcast by Khrushchev to the American in ex change for Elsenhower being See Page 2 ladies was smashed Friday with the J J 1 llt J f 1 I T J tUU L Capt arrest of an exconvict who al of Detectives William Rvnn and j i The officers questioned the Wrttten statement The teachthe current needs under existus who said he had been in a fight and was going and were about to place him in the patrol car when they heard voices issuing from a clump of woods The officers said a nude wom badly beaten and ran from the woods and col lapsed at their The wom an sobbed that she had been repeatedly and her See Page 2 Street Dispute Action Drastic 1 eriffs Ray to force girlg to work f both of whom are at Las Vegas running down leads on the Whichello said the officers told him that clerk Jo Bigelow identified a photograph of nrmtnn As they drove through gro section of town on girl dele A white slave ring involvingway they found across the face for distri buting leaflets on agricul ture outside a festival meeting Anita of Van said 200 pounds of Austrian man let me have It right across my Its been used a in some Tire Blow Out Sends Two Men To Hospital Two men were injured Fri day at 4 at the Lake and Sons Trucking 510 East First avenue when a big tire being placed on a trailer truck blew out at the hur ling the rim against one of the men and embedding shale and dirt in the body of the Calvin of Corsica truck helper was hurt the chest by the blast and rimF day in its weeklV very man to whom she hati sold the knife and The officers talked to the Miss Carole 2 accep ing Daniel told I new bids on construction of an referring to past elevator in the and Watson saying agreed to expedite its part in The members of the Legislaclearing the way for construc ture can only assume that the tion of flood detention dam onf i t governor and the Texas State Post Oak Creek in precinTt T f Teachers have an agree Action Due Soon ment which wouJd bring the Bids from only four firms baTla r A i HaleAikin report before the were presented L two or Legislature in another called general contract and two on lhal cnppjjai opcctnn fu i i he s wiling and an special the elevator contract and to Jn gaps of viewing a crowded of decided after a half hour executive session in the to postpone any action on awarding of the They have 30 but Judge Ken neth Douglas told the contrac Nicholas SllJa Pitts who has served time on forgery and fraud charges In four federal was held without ball in Allegheny county See Page 8 Saunders And Putman Miss Critical Hurts Khrushchsv Scf For Visa In Good Time Soviet Premier Nlklta Khruah UttU swollen ever Thejcnev said today he would Hko Incident occurred at noon toto visit the United States when dav the time is in good Two other Communist guards Khrushchevs statement to New Polio Shot rr what happened on the eve of the slaying of his attractive wife at her home Finch said he was Clarence of Purstood by and watched as thelnewsmen camo at a time when SHias arrest climaxed an maintainer operator for guard hit Miss President Elsenhower was re vestigation by the FBI and Navarro county precinct and Miss who ia five feet ported considering a possible county and local Commissioner Sammie Saunders five inches tall and weighs 120 invitation to the Premier to vls Silia was charged with panderof Frost both narrowly escaped was undaunted by her it Vice President violation of the Unlcritical injuries or death in She said she would Richard completing form Firearms pointing separate accidents involving a be back distributing antiCorn a tour of was believed firearms and contributing to the maintainer Thursday and Frljmuntst leaflets after she informsto favor such a move as a pos dellnquency of day near Austrian police of the sfble help to improving The according to The heavier maintainer fell Miss Tanner had put a packet Soviet County Detective James De some 20 feet through a collapsof booklets entitled A Guide To At employed girls ranging ed bridge Thursday afternoon Agriculture in the United States The Premier expressed ha in age from 17 to 38 and paid and injuring Putoutside the festival building feelings during a leisurely ln KT YT I LW1U VII C CoisicanaNavarro Health Detow present they expcct partment set a new recordhigh a decision sooner than in M B Judge Albert Miller conclusion of his four elimlnary hearing last t t i Judge a friend of The city took drastic action and received a possible fracture clinic when Salk antipolio A deler11 Friday in an unsettled street of the right His condition shots were administered to 244 ed and Presentcd a before remarked In extension rightofway dispute yas described as pretty good llwhich was addressed to com with a property ftt Memorial hospital Saturday This wag the biggest polio The Ernest clinic since the original asked you to do sat quietly by and Wayne truck drivinoculation clinics conducted in utmost to Push thfs program in watched workmen saw his 513 West Tenth in which all school age in half and tow away the dismissed after first aid and in the county in the first as soon section the city said was in Shale and dirt were grades were given the first two We retucst that vou execute any the The other half waa embedded in his shots in the series agreements desired by the Soil left There were The tire wag not damaged by In additional to the preventive Conservation District concern the blast although the tube was polio the public condemning of rightofway A the two men fn fhp hnqnffai Jnnnoh The petition them about a He is in the Navarro She had been standing there spectlon of a Boeing 707 Authorities said he used brought In by a private for about 15 minutes before plane which brought Nixon ed in V statement made and business cards to and is suffering communists moved advertise 24hour escort sermultiple abrasions and bruises She said they demanded her vice with glamorous young but no broken He Is sufdelegates card and then tried to munch ing sipping whisky and wisecracking used the cc ladies for conventioneers and fering considerable visiting The heavy rains and high Also arrested in the case waters had undermined the A fourman delegation his father and his granril William spanning Post Oak i order that our homes may be possible See Page 8 Rougher Budget See Page 8 Finland Finds Balloon causing It to Commissioner Saunders re ceived a bruised left shoulder Friday as he was directing the rescuing of maintainer from the mud and water of the to snatch the booklets caslon at Vnukovo airport to get in a few digs about Ameri can policies and After he made a thorough tour of the military version of the Boeing Khrushchev waa asked If he would like to fly nonstop to America on the Ready For Trip This one or some other See Page 2 More Paralytic Polio In Texas cars in it at the City officials said Nelson re fused their offer of to have the garage 1 A line being used by ajtic polio cases are running ahead dragline and maintainer slapthis the State Health Page 2 Ijped the commissioner on the partment reported State Department reports shoulder ns ho stood on the There were 144 cases reportedWHITNEY Budget Director Maurice H a research balloon launched creek plunging him to 112 at this time I LONDON Ambassa gave 32 smallpox tha these flood control thia fighiover here July 23 has landed In Finthe water and Griffin ambulance carried tiona and 75 diptheriawhooplne may be during the budJet is nlv a foretaste of 10 miles from the Soviet not two men to the Icough Immunizations 6 m1 Can Pick Property Buyer See Page 2 SUE WEATHER MAN rougher battles in future In an article for the Nations The Schjeldahl here sustain extensive Business Stans said was notified that the 75footlcommissioner that under legislative commitPlastic hag had come down near dor John Hay Whitney left by NonparaJytic cases also show plane today for New York and The maintainer did notlan 87 to a months holiday tit the Of 97 cases 73 perWhitney Is already In the United sons had no Salk vaccine are the town of It car King County 1 UPI Superior Judge James Hodson ruled Friday that a white acting as private property may not be compelled to sell their home to a negro The ruling held a state law lo be A private individual acting In a private capacity IB perfect ly free to discriminate as he the judge told a crowded courtroom in making his decision in a case believed to be the first of its kind in the Attorneys said the case would be appealed to the state supreme and prob ably to the United States Su preme The case involved Coast Guard John OMeara and wife and and Rob ert Jones is a negro mail carrier in Jones maintained he had of fered to buy OMearas home for when he learned OMeara was being transferred The negro said OMeara refused to and OMeara contended he al ready had negotiated to sell to a neighbor in the allwhite neighborhood for is far too tenuous a upon which to hang The State Board Against Dis crimination entered the case and ruled that OMeara must sell to Jones under a 1957 state law because OMeara had a FHAInsured loan on the home The law prohibited discrimina tion in publicassisted Judge Hodson ruled that the FHA loan in this ease did not eliminate OMearas right to deal with whom he The mere existence of an FHA insured mortgage on his house thread such a drastic invasion of his constitutional right to do as he pleases with his own prop the Judge said in his writ ten The thumb of the government rests too lightly upon the Hodson said the 1957 antidis crimination act had to be held unconstitutional because it vio lated the equalprotection pro visions of the amendment to the United States Constitu We are faced here with a headon collision between two he One is the right of every individual to be treated regardless of such irrelevant factors as creed and the right vale of the rty to Austria already we men are suing the official Vienna headed straight toward a budtied instruments to record and weatherman for the price of get of 80 billion dollars or more radio to ground stations data clothes they ruined on a rainy in The President proposon air pressure and tempera His forecast had led a 77bIIIiondollar budget for ture within and outside the bal The other Sunny and owner of pri free property to complete M H w of choice in sheeting those Grandmother Promises Six Fried Chiclrem with whom he will This freedom of as a legal has been ized as the principle of freedom of The judge said the case was a classic instance of the ir resistible force meeting the im1 Rescued Youth Credits Prayer GRAND UPI J prayed and movable The danger is in zeal to protect and enforce right to we may ously invade and curtail right to freedom of Hodson all every That was the fervent explana Mason Owens survived 15 ln th The judge said that in hU dcgree8 The Savrannah outh8 tural inst net study of he issue ound you Grand lost in heat as intense as 120 and only three similar or analogous Jmimm sense told the rest of casps In the natinn cases in the However tn 10 lease r ua or buy large public financed by survived ditions which took federal within projects The Seattle case grew out of Jones efforts to buy the ra home last spring and the See the Jives of his two hiking another youth and a Catholic He said he saw planes over head attract their Id take a rock and scrape the rust off with my he Then Id flash it in the sun to trj to attract an but it never did any He bore few signs of his struggle with nature except a deep a few scratches on his left and feet bruised from walking around barefoot on rocks and He waa picked up by a dar ing Army helicopter crew Fri day morning and was remark ably composed after his Owens said he ate the pulp ot cactus and nifisquite He displayed a threeInch long looking much like a wax and said you eat them and get a sugar but I didnt know that Owens said he slept in the sand each During part of his stay in the canyon he float ed down the Colorado River In a raft he See Page 8 1 UPI John Manson Owens Ills grandmother has six fried chickens ready when he gets the plucky Savannah 15yearold who outwitted the elements for five days after be coming lost on a Grand Canyon camping chewed cactus pulp and stayed close to water and mostly at night instead of In the heat of the day to conserve hla The a 168pound honor student and football player at a Savannah Rom an Catholic High talk ed with his joyous and sobbing parents Friday after he was found A Savannah radio station linked the and John Manson Owens to their son by telephone after his See Page Farm Prices Take New Drop 1 prices in midJuly were at their lowest level since the Agriculture Department The Department said farmers prices dropped 1 per cent in the month that ended July They were 4 per cent lower than one year Cheaper or beef cattle and water melons mainly were responsi ble for the the Depart ment said in a report Higher prices for cotton and milk kept farm income from falling even Overall farm costs for the month were unchanged from The index of prices paid for and farm wages waa 2 per cent higher than one year ago at 298 per cent of the 1910 14 base Prices for farm production goods declined slightly from June to The seasonally ad justed index of cash farm wage rates declined But these lower costs were offset by a slight increase in prices paid for family living The drop in prices received was not enough to disturb the parity ratio showing the rela tion of prices received to prices The ratio remained at 81 per the same as a month but 5 per cent below mid 1 record feed grain production and a record supply of feed grains are in prospect for the Agriculture De partment said today In a review of the livestock feed A big corn crop of more than bushels Ls in pros nearly a billion bushels above the 195357 Cat la expected to drop about bush the lowest in 20 Small er crops of barley and sorghum grains also are A total feed grain production slightly below the record 1958 high of tons was In dicated by early July These early prospects may be changed considerably by devel opments later in the The carryover into 195960 was expected to total about some tons more than year The Department estimated total supply of feed grains and other concentrates for 195960 at 3 per cent above the 195859 record and nearly onethird higher than 195357 Use of feed grain has been at a record level in both In total and per grainconsum ing animal The number of grainconsuming livestock on farms is expected to Increase moderately in may not feed their animals as liberally the very high rate of 1 The Agriculture Department forecast today that retail of cereals and bakery products will be slightly higher this year than in 1958 because of Increas ed processing and distribution The Department said civilian per capita consumption of cer eal food products in 1959 will be about the same as last Total supplies of grains are at record high levels far Jn ceaj of anticipated domestic and export needs in the year the Department a   

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