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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - August 3, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                XHE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy and warm through Tuesday with isolated thund Thermometer Readings 9 10 11 18 1 S 91 94 97 98 99 1100 Complete Woather Report on Market v rr Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Mornint LiJhtJJ LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESSAP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW YORK Indus trials renew corpo rates commission house CHICAGO lower scatter ed lower new crop months with Hogs to 35 cents higher top Cat steers steady to 25 cents high er top 49 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS KHRUSHCHEV TO VISIT f f In Poland Continue To Cheer Nixon Ike Plans Trip To Moscow Later TALKS ABOUT TRIP ADMITTED Vice President Holds Long Meet With Gomulka 3 Vice President Richard Nix on disclosed today he discussed general details of Niklta Khru shchevs visit to the United States with the Soviet premier in apparently the gobe tween who clinched the final agreement on the historic ex change announced mini mized his own role and T President Eisenhower himself had initiated the Discussions General Nixon told newsmen that dur ing his talks with Khrushchev in we talked on gen eral about the United States and the things he Khrushchev might see and Asked specifically if he had issued the invitation to Khru shchev while he was in Nixon said I did That was initiated by the president I think it would be accurate and proper for me to say that discussions between the two governments with regard to the tion began beforemy Gives No Details Nixon was besieged by news men as he emerged from a five hour and twenty minute meet ing with Polish Communist party leader Wladislaw He Said he and Gomulka had dis cussed the KhrushchevEisen See Page 7 Six Nuns And Speechless Tot Citizens Tension Eased At Geneva 3 UPI Western diplomats predicted to ay the exchange of visits be President Eisenhower nd Soviet Premier Nikita thrushchev would give the orld a badlyneeded breather nd prevent any Berlin flare p for several months at The decision was n place of surprise was the ope that just possibly the greement to exchange visits might give the deadlocked Big Four foreign ministers confer nce a lastchance opportunity o achieve some measure of suc ess on the Berlin problem be ore its scheduled closing Wed Most Western diplomats at 3 UP Six their lives dedicated t their faith a world famoui physician whose life is dedicatee to cancer a littl blonde girl facing a new lifi in a silent These who chos American for their be came citizens They were among 143 person who raised their right hand and repeated the Oath of Al legiance after Federal Judg Joe This is a great Sister Mary Rosalie speak ing with a light Irish accen for the six we ar all from She and Sisters Mary Lydi and Mary Sarto are in nurse training at Josephs Hos The other Sister Mary Mary Suzan and Mary will Leon one o the nations leaders in cance See Page 10 Army Unveils Future Soldier he conference said the visits vould postpone at least for sev ral months any new quarrel iver the Soviet demand that he West clear out of the di vided Western government reac ion was predominantly favor See Page 7 Treaty Gives West Germany Altered Status 3 UPI Germanys NATO Allies formally abandoned their status as an army of occupation The new agreement means hat West German courts now lave the right to try Allied troops and dependenls for non miltiary crimes committed off Ambassadors of six Western nations signed agreements in Bonn formally regulating the status of their troops in West ern The agreements meant thai Iroops of Ihe six nations the United States Belgium and Holland no longer have the status of occupiers of a con quered Henceforth their standing wi be exactly the same as that o American forces in Britain France and other NATO na ay unveiled what it called the ultimate weapon for the 1965 He was unlike any soldier fa nlliar to the layman of 1959 the years that have gone He wore a helmet with a builtin intrared binocu ars and his own rocket device or leaping around battle The Soldier of Tomorrow ivas designed by the Armys lombat Development Experii Sundays 102 High For Year Highest temperature of 195 was recorded on the Wea ther Bureau thermometer her Sunday afternoon when the mer cury climbed to 102 thi first time of the season it ha passed the 100 degree Th temperature Saturday recordec an even The temperature one year agi Sunday reached 104 degree while a year ago today Mon day it tipped 106 By CHARLES COBDDRY 3 UPI The Army to Toledo Bans Downtown Cars For 45 Days 3 UPI The automobile was ostracized today from the heart of downtown Toledo in the start of a 45day Cars were banished from a ourblock area and walking became the only permitted mode of transportation within With all the hoopla accorded he arrival of the automobile half a century the pedestrain came into his own on the malls the area sealec off from The parking meters and stree signs were gone and traffic ights But in theii 10 thousand potted plants and another thousand ever reens and other trees are to entation Center at Fort Ord and was exhibited at the pening of the annual threeday eeting of the association of he The associations mem ers are army vet rans and others who want to urther the Armys More han registered for the The soldier of the future and See Page 2 Remainder New Joys Building leaches College Second half of the new boys ormitory arrived on the Na arro campu Gaston T dean registrar of th revealed The declared sur lus by the Federal Govern originally was a barrack t James Connally Air Fore Base in The first part o he building arrived some tim go at its present Gooch pointed out that th luilding is now being readied o be set down on its founda This is the first thing he workers musl do before hey slart pulling it See Page 10 Space Cadet Corps Proposed 3 UPI Congress was urged to day to set up a space cade corps to recruil youths for thi nations space Victor Anfuso D a member of the Hous Space proposed a bill to create and incorporate E space cadet Anfuso said thte organizalion would encourage and help th young people of the country t take an active part now an eventually to find careers i the space sciences and practica In order to meet the chal lenges of the space we nee the fullest and earliest possibl participation in space activitic by our Anfuso Moderate Labor Bill Backed Sam Rayburn came out strongly today in favor of House passage of a moderate labor reform bill opposed by both President Elsenhower and the The Texas Democratic leader rejected complaints by organiz ed labor that the drafted by the House Labor is too lough and the contention of the administralion that it doesnt go far Rayburn told reporters the committee bill would do a splendid job of ousting racke teers from unions without pun ishing labor or honest union Legislation should not be passed to punish he said in endorsing the commit tee bill without The House leader said the leg islation would be called up for floor action as soon as the rules commitlee gives it The latter group may consider bill Tuesday but there is no assurance that it will be John Kennedy coauthor of a labor reform bill already passed by the warned that House passage of a punitive measure would endanger chances of any antiracketeering legislation this On the other House Republican Leader Charles A Halleck of Indiana declared he would vote against reform legis lation unless the House approv ed a tougher administration backed Other congressional develop ments Civil of civil rights legislation scored a par liamentary victory in the Sen The Judiciary Committee voted 8 to 5 to make a twopart rights bill the top order of bus iness over the opposition of Southerners who had stalled ac tion since July The commit took no further action on the bill Its next regular meeting day is next Kathryn Granahan introduced a bill to require courts to impose stiff penalties on persons con victed of using the mails to sell smutty films and Mrs Granahan is chairman of a House Post Office subcommit tee which has been working on ways to combat the mail por nography Her bill calls for jail sentences ranging from one to five years and fines from to Piggyback George A Smathers inviled merr bers of the Interstate Commerc Commission and transportatio representatives to an 1 conference on railroad piggy back hauling Smath chairman of a Senate Inter state Commerce subcommitte said he wanls lo investigat complaints thai transportatio of highway trailers piggyback on railroad flalcars may involv unauthorized Captive Ken neth Keating to the Senate the United Stale should pound home Presiden Eisenhowers caplive nations week proclamation against Ru sian tyranny by expanding th period to a captive nation He said that if the S viets were riled up they had coming to them because o ruthless and bloody rule o their In major developments Sun day Estes Kefai ver of the Sena See Page 7 SOVIET STYLE Spectators pause before a display of Soviet appliances washers and vacuums shown in Soviet exhibit set up adjacent to American show in Moscows Sokolniki The Soviet a smallerversion of their display in New Yorks Coliseum opened a day before the Amer ican Its main entrance is right next to main enlrance of the AP Wire photo Senate Sets Quitting Time Moscow Giv es Event Routine News Handling 3 President Eisenhower and Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev will exchange visits to the Soviet Union and Ihe Unlled it was announced Khrushchev will visit the United States in The president will go to Moscow later In the probably in Khrushchevs visit to Wash ington will last two or three days and he will make a 10day tour of other of Ihe Uniled An official announcement by tho Soviet Tass agency said both governments express the hope that tho forthcoming yisils will promote the establishment of bettor understanding be Ween aria the USSR arid will further the cause jf An official statement here sale Texas Violence Takes High Toll e This building will house ibout 33 boys along with a ponsor when The tructure is located directly be hind the east wing of the pres nt boys The dean related that the oncrete for the top of the library addition was poured the latter part of last He added that the brick vork on the addition begin This is under the direction of Charles Cor British Queen Appears Tired sh newspapers today published jictures of Queen Elizabeth II ooking with a lined after her return from The papers voiced renewed con cern for her The Queen and Prince Philip returned Sunday from a mile trip across North The monarch described it as strenuous but intensely inter Beneath the big headline Never Again the Daily Her ald printed a huge photograph of the Queen looking not seen furrow ed her brow and marred her famed peaches and cream com Election Will Fill Vacancy On Commission In compliance with the city the City Commission at its regular meeting Tuesday at 2 will call a special election to fill the vacancy created last Friday by the un expected death of Commission er Fred City Altorney Don Pnvchouse Monday was checking Ihe chaf ter and state election code to ascertain the laws require monts as to Ihe procedure of calling the special whether by resolution or ordi The city charier says a spe cial eleclion may be called eith or by resolution or by ordi and that a special clec lion must be called if such va cancy is an elective one and See Pago 10 GASSKR Oil crew today tried to choke out a fire burning in a gas well that bleu out of wrecking a big drill rig valued at some 112 million One man was two are missing and pre sumed and five were bad iy By The Associated Press Violent deaths in Texas over the first August week end reach ed 20 at Monday with traffic alono killing 16 The Associated Press started ts weekly count at 6 Fri stab and other violence shared the blame for the olher deaths Two men wore killed in separ ate accidents on Brenhams new 1 12 million dollar highway Emil of neat Kenney was fatally injured Sat urday In a twocar collision Robert was killed Sunday in a crash involv ing three Ray Martin an Olncy mechanic was killed Sun day when his car crashed miles north of A policeman found the body of Maurine Heranda Hunter in her Dallas residence Sun Police arrested a 45year old man who said he stabhcc thp Jesse about of Mid land drowned Sunday after the boat in which he was riding overturned on North Concho Lake near San George was killec in a twocar collision in San Antonio Norman Blackstock fell over board and drowned Sunday whll boating on Lake 12 miles south of Lilly Etta Vlglor Maycs See Page 10 Scn Le adopted on voice vole lo ay a resolulion lo end Ihe bird special session of Ihe Leg slature at 12 noon Wedncs The resolution was sent to he House agreement is ccessary to make the gohome csolution The resolution wns Intro uced by Dorscy Hardo Sun The action came a few mln ules afler HouseSenale confcr BrideToBe Faces More Problems Than Cinderella Rockefeller To Wed In Norway 3 Rockefeller and a former maid In his weal Ihy familys home plan a late summer wedding In a small Lulheran church in and Nelson Rockefeller of New York said Ihey are delighted at their sons engagement to Anne prelty Marie blonde daughter of a prosperous Kris llansand She Is wonderful the governor Announcing their engage ment the young couple did not set a wedding But a friend of the Rasmussen fam ily said it would probably be It will be performed by the Olay Gautestad in the Lutheran Church at nearby The pastor is an old friend of the The Rockefellers are The governor has indicated he and his wife will come to Scandinavia for the I cant imagine that I would not participate in the wedding of any of my he lold newsmen Sloven said he expecled his entire and the Ihird of his parents five first met Anne Marie when she came to the United Slales in 1956 lo learn English and worked tor a time as a maid in his She left the Rockefeller employ in 1957 to work in a New York departmenl then worked for an insurance firm in New After serving an army young Rockefeller flew to Os lo July 10 and met Anne Marie They came on to her home by See Page 10 Norway 3 UPI Prelty Ann Mario Rasmuasen faces a lo of problems Cinderella neve dreamed of on Augus becomes a Rockcfeliei She already has had a last of one problem the publicit thnt accompanied her romanc with Steven b own scared More she wa problem are on Ihe way when Ann Marie leaves her home in th quiel town of Soegne to set u housekeeping in a Now Yorl But friends will tell you sh is a well adjusted glr wilh oldfashioned Ihough b no means outdated an she is quite ready to take on th Anne Marie was born 21 year See ANNE Page 10 s on spending another ession without announcing fi al agreement on an appropri itions Price Danicla adminis rative aide said earlier lhal Daniel will nol submit the ialeAikln public school 1m irovemcnt program lo Ihe cur called The Senate recessed unti its calendar The House had no morning Word from the governors of ice lhat ho would not submi ho controversial school ques spiked widespread rumors among legislators that the thirt called session might be prolong ed by another lax fight Th school program would demanc millions in more George Daniels ad ministrativo said the gov ernor positively would not sub mit the school The specia See Page 10 hat Khrushchev will have the ipportunity to see tho country meet the and familiarize limself with life in the United The statemenl Concluded boll governmenls hope lhat Ihe orthcomlng visit will help pro mote hotter understanding be tween Iho two Tho statement was read t See Page 10 JJi jji Mi Tgf Host Reaction Favorable To Summit Meet 3 UPI Members of Congres icnerally hailed today tho 1m ponding exchange of visits b President Elsenhower and Sovlo Premier However one Republican sena Homer Capehart said it looks like were agal being taken in by the Ru a member the Senate Foreign Relation said tho Russiai have not done anything warrant allout In the past we refused invite clictalois who were frien ly to us he Now we invited Ihe biggest dictator Senate GOP Leader Evcre Dirkscn said not on e 10 3 UPI A dramatic exchange f visits between President Eis nhower and Soviet Premier ikita Khrushchev to furlher he cause of peace was an ounced Khrushchev will come to the nited States In Eis nhower will go to Russia laler i Ihe probably in In Both Capitals Announcement of the major old war development was made multaneously by the president imself in Washinglon and by 10 Soviet foreign ministry in Khrushchevs trip two or iree days in Washington and 10day tour of other parts of B United States will be Ms rst visit to this The resident may accompany him n part of his trip outside of Earlier Trip Set Eisenhower told a auddonly ummonded press conference his Lay in Russiamay be a little horter than Khrushchevs Before thosevisits take he president will to Europe ate this month to confer with he heads of the three allied governments British Prime illnlster Harold French President Charles De gaulle and West German Chan ellor Konrad See Page 2 Ike Reveals WorstKept Europe Secret S UPI President Elsenhower today surprisingly announced lis exchange of visits with So viet Premier Nikita Khrush chev and lagged It as one of the worstkept secrets in Eu The chief executive walked into the news conference room at EDT carrying two shecls of nolobook paper wilh his formal slalement typed In large He was confronted by 139 photographers and newsmen about half of the usual turn out at his regularly scheduled meetings with the Eisenhower said that the ex change was one of the worst kept secrets in Europe for a long But he said ho thought there might be enough Tito an special interest in Washington to justify calling the news con But the Moscow conference broke up as tho President was still lalklng lo newsmen and See Page 10 Visits May Better Relations Editors Note Henry Sha United Press Internation al manager in ranks as dean of Western correspon dents in the Soviet capital by virtue of his almost tjuartcr century of service Sha piro has watched SovietAmer ican relations soar during World War II and then plungo to near breaking point In the postwar years and the final period of Stalins In the following he traces the origin of the exchange of visits between President Ei senhower and Nikita Khrush a visit which may well foreshadow a happier period of SovietAmerican By HENRY SIIAIIKO The exchange of visits between President Eisenhower and Ni kita Khrushchev Is the first concrete result of Vice President Richard Nixons epochmak ing tour of the Soviet It may well be the prelude to a summit conference of the great powers all goes lead to a thaw in the 14year EastWest Cold The exchange may be only the first of several important do velopments which Washington and Moscow will announce in duo course after the two capl have analyzed and evaluat ed Nixons conversations with iQviet It was clear Immediately aft er Nixons first contact with So viet lenders that his entourage favored nn exchange of And President Elsenhower in ils message to the Russian peo ple at the opening of the exhibition in Moscow hinted that he would like to visit the Soviet Union again as he did In when he was Supreme Al lied Commander In In several public statements In the last few Khrush chev hnd indicated he would like to invite Eisenhower but an official invitation was never Khrushchev dis cussed the visit with the nine American governors who were here last month and with for mer New York Governor Averell The like felt It would be of bene fit to the United Slates to have the top Communist leader see its way of its po litical and economic It has also been fell here especially in the view of the Geneva conference hat a facetoface talk between ho two most powerful leaders of the Iwo camps might break the Internationa There of serious problems connected with Khru shchevs visit to security and some strong congressional But people in the Nixon entour age felt that those problems would be and on balance the United States would be the main The Kremlin no doubt feels lhat it would gain similar ad It is recalled that Khrushchev cancelled an Invitation lo Scan dinavia last month on tho grounds of a strong antiSoviet press campaign Potential adverse press comment in the United States on the how is not likely to deter him from his longplanned trip to the United If the meeting of the two top statesmen of the two con flicting world camps goes then a large summit conference becomes Sie afie 10   

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