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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - August 7, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy and warm through Saturday with widely scattered Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 89 93 95 96 98 Gompiste Weather Beport on Market the Daily Sun and Mornina UAht LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW Lower in moderate arly government bonds Cot ton futures CHICAGO Wheat was off tt to up X corn unchanged to off IVt oats off Hogs steady to 25 top not enough for 53 AUGUST PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS RUNNING FOR COVER IN Venezuelans run for cover during rioting in Caracas which was touched off by workers pro testing abandonment of an emergency works program and also against government plans to change a slum area into a Four persons were killed and more than 100 injured in the ninehour AP Wirephoto Ike Stirs Labor Debate 7 UP Criticizing Congress1 actions on a labor bill thus President Eisenhower called Thursday night for a new law strong enough to end racketeering in labormanagement Speaking out as the House headed toward a bitter battle over the issue next Ei senhower addressed a nation wide I am talking about a reform law a law to protect the people from the gang racketeers and other cor rupt elements that have in vaded the labormanagement he declared A bill the Senate passed last April is not Eisen hower and a revised bill prepared by the House Labor Committee is even less He put his prestige behind a substitute sponsored by Phil Landrum and Robert Griffin and said that hill offers a good start toward a real labor reform s A lew hours later AFLCIO President George Meany said in radio broadcast that the bill Eisenhower backed is a blun derbuss that would inflict griev ous harm on all wheth er they are corrupt or Most labor unions are oppos ing even the bills Eisenhower described as ineffective and are backing still another bill which Meany said is aimed at getting rid of instead of getting rid of It is sponsored by John Y Reaction ran the full scale Eisenhowers and Jlfeanys In between were many supporters of the Sen atepassed bill who contend that unless the House passes some thing along that a Senate House disagreement will kill See Mexico Trims Price Of Beans MEXICO The government Thursday re duced the price of one of Mexicos major food to offset the government im portexport said from now on the fixed price of do mestically produced beans will be pesos a or about 6 cents a Imported beans will sell for 2 pesos a or about 8 cents Prices were reduced from and Jackson Uncertain On foster Homes Slale Representative Robert Jackson said Friday he be lieves a foster home provision applying to state orphans homes would encourage exploitation of youth and the state government if put into use at the Corsicana State vigorous opponent of the said he had been told by good sources that the practice would not be used in The rider injected iri the new appropriations bill provides that youngsters in stale orphan homes may be placed in foster homes with the foster parents to receive hot more than per day for keeping the youngs While In the foster the Hurricanes Lash Japan Damage Heavy 7 UPI Pacific hurricane Dot slammed almost broadside into the Ha waiian Island of Kauai Thurs day night with 103 mileanhour winds and drenching It knocked down communica ripped roofs off sent rivers overflowing and cut water No casualties were e The hurricane swept across Kauai and moved norlh away from Ihe rest of the Hawaiian The weather bureau discon tinued hurricane and gale warnings bul maintained small craft warnings of 15 to 20 foot waves along the south and southeast shores of Kauai and Except for emergency trans mitters set up by the National Kauai woo off from the rest of the Civil defense officials said a thealer and planlalion garage were blown down in Ihe town of The slorm passed to the northeast of capital city See Page 4 youngsters would remain the wards of the stale orphan homes and Texas Youlh Jackson said the practice was already being used at the Waco Orphans But he wasnt sure under what The Corsicana solon said he felt such a practice would en courage foster parents to take in orphans just for the money thus injuring the orphans anc wasting stale A total of was ap propriated for the Corsicana Stale Home for the next two The foster home was one of the main objects Jackson has for the appropria tions although he asserts that it generally is He said he is not completely satisfied with either the tax bil or the appropriations bul they are better than some peo ple See Page 4 Long Gets Bill For Plane Use 7 government has sent Earl Long of Louisia na a bill for for unau thorized use of Iwo Air Force Iransport planes assigned to the Louisiana Air Nalional it was disclosed An Air Force slalement made in answer lo did nol mention Long by name and did nol specify the misuse of the It that the Governor of Louisiana has been notified the United Slates government must be reimbursed a total of The National Guard which administers Army and Air Guard Affairs in the De fense sent Ihe bill to Long at the direclion of Air Force Secrelary James Doug The charges were made afler an invesligation by the Inspec tor General of the 10th Air on instructions from the headquarters 7 The Soviel ambassador doesnt include military bases in the list of many pleasant and Interesling places Sovijt Pre mier Nikita Khrushchev is like ly lo see in Secretary of Defense Neil McElroy said Thursday at a news conference it would be constructive for Khrushchev to see some of the bases during his tour here next McElroy said he knew the Premier had said he had no wish to see American But McElroy added he thought it was possible that Khrushchev might want to change his Soviet Ambassador Mikail Menshikov had a prompt re Khrushchev doesnt usual ly change his Menshikov in response to a newsmans said the purpose of having Khrushchev visit bases would be more to in than to He said some American officials like have been concerned that a Soviet miscalculation of military power might re sult in Soviet military The defense secretary said he would be willing to show Khru shchev installations such as the Stralegic Air Command base at Omaha ad the Cape missile test A short time afler the McEl roy news Secretary of Stale Chrislian Herter returned from Ihe Geneva for eign minislers He blamed ils failure on what he called the impossible Soviet aim to ease the Western pow ers out of West Berlin as quick ly as Asked if he thought the Ei senhowerKhrushchev talks will solve the problems which the diplomats were unable to settle at Herter replied I hope I dont A 15 starting date for Khrushchevs visit was made definite Menshikov said after a pre liminary conference with Un dersecretary of Stale Roberl Murphy lhat arrangements for the visit are in a very prelim inary The ambassador said schedul ing of the crosscountry tour is difficult because there are so many pleasant and interesting places to visit Invitalions have been stacking Menshi kov Khrushchevs first slop wil be His threeday official stay in the capital prob ably will include state dinners at the White House and the So viet Khrushchevs American tout is expecled lo last about 10 One of the stops lo be Menshikov is at the Roswell Garst farm at Coon Khrush chev has expressed a desire to see Ihe Garst Other possible visiting points that have been mentioned in clude New San Pittsburgh or De Texas and European nalions concernec over the prospect of big two approach to world affairs be gan a round of talks today de signed to insure that their in leresls will be Undersecretary of State Livingston Merchant arrived In Rome to assure the Italian gov ernment that the coming ex change of visits between Presi dent Eisenhower and Premier Nikita Khrushchev will no have the effect of dividing the See Page 2 Blast Devastates Town In Oregon ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Explorer Six Hurled Into Orbit SEEKS DATA FOR FUTURE LONG SHOTS Taddlewheel Nickname For Newest Venture CAPE 7 paddlewheel salellile was hurled inlo orbit around the earth loday In an effort to find answers to Ihs problems facing proposed shols Venus and The Explorer vas propelled into Ihe skies at EDT in the nose of a huge Thor Able III rock Almost Ihree hours laler Ihe Nalional Aeronautics and Space Administralion an nounced in Washinglon lhal an orbil had been Orbit Is Long The conlaining pad dleshaped fins that are filled with solar cells to recharge its chemical went into long orbit that brought it with n 140 miles of Ihe earth every 11 Its most distant point from the earth was During Its 11hour flighl around Ihe Explorer Six was to reach its maximum al tilude a I 4 EDT over Soulh Africa and its closest point at Early eslimale of Ihe satellites life was in excess of one The 142pound satellile v crammed wilh instruments for See Page 2 2 Balloonists Trying To Take Sun Pictures RAPID plastic balloon soared feet over South Dakota today carrying two men in an open gondola bent on taking pictures of the After nearly two weeks of the balloon rose undei perfecl wealher conditions from the StratoBowl near Suspended in a sky car were Navy Malcolm a veteran and Roberl University of Colorado scientist The balloon was launched al a spokesman for Ihe Office of Naval Re sponsor of Ihe said it will float eastward ovei South Dakota or nine lo 15 landing near Walerlown 300 miles Ross pilots Ihe Coop er plannned lo use a specially resigned instrument to simulate a solar eclipse and make photo graphs of the suns An airplane look off to follow the 75foot high pressure bal loon on ils eastward Several hundred spectalors watched as the craft soared in to nearly cloudless The balloon originally scheduled to be launched last Salurday bul bad Fourth Special Session Rumored Military Building Funds Cut COUNTY ESCAPES HIGHWAY FATALITY DURING JULY Navarro countys rural high ways had a deathfree month in Corsicana substation chief of the State Highway in his monthly report released Friday revealed that there were no fatalities during the month and only weather forced this delays until Hospital Board Adopts Record BudgetThursday A record budget for 1960 was adopted by the Navarro county hospital board Thursday at at Memorial The 1960 budget totals as compared with for an increase of The bud get goes to the commissioners court for final approval before it becomes operative and a part of the county fiscal The meeting was held Thurs day night instead of the custo mary Sunday afternoon session aa members plan beginning on that All mem bers were present except R Stroube of Corslcana who was out of the The largest item In the ex pected income is room service of with pharmacy sec ond with An item of is included from the maintenance fund if Nursing service is the largest item in the anticipated expense The second largest item of expense is XRay le closely press ed by CharitJ services are listed al The proposed budget submit See Page 4 seven persons were There were 18 six of them resulting in personal iri iuries and 12 only in property Property damage was set at Navarro county was one of 15 deathfree counties in the 22county area that makes up District headquarters in A northern Ellis was second in the num ber of deaths for the area with four persons Falls coun ty was the leader with five Hill was the only other county adjoining Navarro county to have a rural traffic death dur See Page 2 QuickThinking W orkers Rescue S From Blaze Report Socony Will Absorb Magnolia Unit 7 The Dallas Times Herald said today that Magnolia Petroleum of Dallas of and Los General Angeles Petroleum are to be integrated into Mobil Oil of New formerly Magnolia and General Petrole um are now Mobil subsidiaries but operate as separate cor porations in the Southwest and West Under the new the Times Herald Magnolia and Gen eral Petroleum will operate as Mobil divisions with a resulting streamlining of both organiza 7 UPI The House Appropria ions accusing the Defense Department of piece meal and short range chopped 278 million dollars to day from President Eisen lowers request for military construction Its appropriation bill for the year beginning last July 1 total ed or 18 per cent below the amount Eisenhower The in an accom lanying look the Defense Department to task for what it called a lack of coordination on the construclion It said much remains to be done to assure their proper planning and Two cars 7 crashed and burst into flames near here trapping four wom en and four But Ihree quick thinking construction using a pull ed the cars apart and freed the One aulomobile carried Ihe pregnant wife of Francis commander of Ihe Myrtle Air Force Base and Iho top living air ace with 38 enemy planes One person was injured ser iously in Ihe which oc curred aboul nine miles soulh of Wilmington on just 75 yards from the Lincoln Con structlon The cars were go ing in opposite Shop Foreman Runt Spivy said he and two work ers grabbed our fire extin See Page 2 Cheap Dollars Turn Expensive UPI Officials of the Fayelle Nalional budgeted slunt and added found for up the La Bank who a promollon bill today Iheyd aclualiy thrown away The bank sold 800 silver dol lars for cents Thurs they they were ad vised 1896 thai coins value of Ihe mintcondition have a collectors Announcement Ends Weeks Of Bases On KhrUShcheV TOUrBritons Told Queen Pregnant Queen Elizabeth expects a baby early nexl Buckingham Palace announced The expected child will be Ihe Ihird for Queen Elizabelh and Prince Prince heir to the is Prin cess Anne will be nine nexl The new if a will lake precedence over Princess Anne in line of succession to the An official Palace announce ment today ended weeks of speculation lhat the 33yearold British monarch was The rumors had slarled dur ing her Canadian lour which ended last weekend and during which Ihe Queen at one time had to cancel part of her official Both the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh always have Been anxious to have more children and it was understood they were very happy about having an The Queens doctors have stressed lhat she is in good This is based on thor ough examinalions Ihey carried out over a period of three straighl days Ihis The doctors have determined that her Illness during her Canadian tour had nothing to do wilh her It was just on ordinary stomach Lord the Queens chief flew lo Germany lo day on vacalion and said be fore leaving the Queen is in good There ia certainly no need to worry about her No more precise dale has been sel for the birlh lhan ear ly nexl Confirmallon came early this week lhal she was examined by her Lord Evans and Sir John and a gynecolo John The Queen apparenlly realiz ed she mighl be pregnanl al some time during her Canadinn Early in June she told Cana dian Prime Minister John Dief enbaker of the He offered to reduce or end the tour Ihe Queen and Philip were Ihen making acrjoss Canada but the Queen insisted that she alone would decide whether any alter ation to the tour was She did not have a medical examinalion on Ihe prefer ring to wait unlil she had re lurned to London where the could consult her own But she did tell a few select ed persons she though she mlghl be of the pregnancy Eli zabeth will be unable to carry out the lour of Wesl Africa she and the Duke had planned for the She also cancelled for the time being the tour to Ihe Ork ney and Shetland Islands off Scolland lhal she was about to The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh were married on Prince Charles now the Prince of was born the next Princess Anne In The British press has ex pressed concern for Elizabeths health over the past severa Correspondents on the Canadian tour remarked aboul how lired she Newsmen also knew that the Queen was undergoing medical examinations when she return ed to The examinations were understood to have taken place Wednesday and The British people were lolc at exactly 2 London time that their Queen was expecting See Page 2 7 Tex as Legislature expired after 201 days of lawmaking Thursday jut Ihe hotlesl rumor swirling through the Capitol today is a ourth special session in Octo This would be to consider the HaleAikln school report and eachers pay raise which vir Lually went untouched during the regular and three special Price Daniel has dented repeatedly he plans lo call Ihe lawmakers back in Ihe fall bul mosl apparenlly will be sur prised if he At the beginning of the Legis lature 13 more than 3C per cent of members polled by the Associated Press listed the HaleAikin report as one of the top Ihree issues facing Taxing and as ex hogged the spollight al most the enllre seven monlhs House action Thursday adopt The reporl charged that the in drawing up its neither gatherec enough information noi exercised enough authority to enforce maximum use of exist ng facilities and to eliminate unnecessary Apparenlly each service re ceives a slice of the melon wlth See Page 2 Chicago Whites Protest Negro Building Sale 7 UPI A crowd of about persons gathered lasl night lo protesl the reported purchase of a threeflat building In a white neighborhood by More than 175 policemen were called to rowdy Thirteen persons were arrested Thursday night anc early It was Ihe second disturbance in 24 hours In the West Side About per sons crowded around the home Thursday night but were seni away by an emergency squad 01 75 James deputy chief of the uniformed force used public address system lo order the crowd lo Ho Ihrnalcned lo everyone In Ihe area if Ihey did nol go of Ihe people gave ground grudgingly bul most of Ihem had dispersed by early this The policemen remained at Ihe and Hackett Sec Pago 4 JAILER BMJSinSS LOS 7 UPI Truck driver Blllle of arrested for brawling with two other Iruck was con lo the mens division of the county When the driver slripped for a attendants blush tossed her a and ing the joint appropriations report was the committee See last Page 4 President Sets Dates For Fast European Trip 7 UPI The White House an nounced today that President Eisenhower will go to Europe on 28 to confer with British Prime Minister1 Harold Mac Mlllan and French Freslden Charles De Gaulle In advance of his exchange of visits with Soviet Premier Nikita Khrush Eisenhowers first slop will be in London beginning 28 He Is scheduled lo be in Paris A While House announcement said Ihe President has ac cepted invitalions by Macmlllan and DeGaulle to make Informal visits lo Ihe two The Presidenl announced earlier this week he planned to talk with Macmlllan and De Gaulle before Khrushchev ar rives in the United Stales on Eisenhower will go to Russia later in the Elsenhowers close associates said today he appears lo be in good physical shape for his forthcoming round of coldwai huslled her out lo the womens See Page 2 2 Unions Call Copper Strike SALT LAKE United Sleelworkers Union and tho Internalional As sociation of Machlnlsls announc ed loday Ihey will go on strike against Kennecott Copper Corp In a walkout that will idle more than members of the two The stcelworkers planned to strike at the starl of shifls be ginning Monday morning al Konnecotts operations In Utah and About 2500 men would be II KNOWN DEAD TOLL HAY DOUBLE Dynamite And Nitrate Load On Truck Explodes UPI A truck loaded with six tons of chemicals and dynamite blew up here early devastating a three block square area and damaging near y every building in the down town part of this city of At Lenst 50 Hurt Police Chief Vernon Murdock said there were 11 The said nine bodies had been counted and that the death toll probably would be twice At least 50 persons were In The truck belonged to tha Pacific Powder Company of Officials there said it contained four tons of soild ammonium nitrate ferilizer and two tons of The ammonium nitrate was the same type of chemical which blew up in a ship In 1947 at Texas resulting in 561 Loss In Millions Property loss was expected to run Into the millions of dol Murdock said many business establishments were Seven or eight houses near blast scene also were lost and at least 30 damaged he I would entires RQSBBtfROJ Page 4 Gasoline Rig Explodes Killing Driver 7 man was killed another seriously hurt when a double trailer rig loaded with 8 000 gallons of gasoline crashed Into a school overturned and exploded twice Thursday The explosions sent rivers of burning gasoline Into the ctys sewer endangering tha giant Sugar Refinery 300 yards below the scene of the Firemen flushed out the sewer with water and chemical The Glen Edward Ras mussen ot was killed when the first trailer ruptured and sparks ignited tho spilling causing an A heroic Boatswains Mate John 36 of ran to extricate the driver from the flaming A second explosion ripped the rig and Grippes was showered with flaming He was taken to Travis Air Force Base whore he was in serious condition with his body covered by second de gree The front lawn of the school was turned Into a mass of floating The school garage caught fire and two buses and a tractor were Tho school Itself was constructed of concrete and was not badly SLAVING unidentified police offi cial bends over the body of a man slain when a berserk gunman fired shotgun blasts into a dining room of a home for the aged in Phila The Kyrlo was wounded and captured In a gunflght with The shots came from the building visible through doors of the dining room in the back About 150 residents of the home were gathered for breakfast In the dining room when the firing CAP Wirephoto   

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