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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - August 20, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE AVEATHEB WEATHER cloudy and warm through Friday no important temperature Thermometer Readings 8J 9 10 11 12 1 I 3 95 95 1 95 1 94 94 Complete Weather Report on Market MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er steels lead cor porates trading CHICAGO steady light Mostly higher scattered processor to 15 cents higher top steers steady top LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS 64 1959 SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENTS Workers Threaten Walkout IkeKhrushchev Meeting On States Tour Develops BENSON MEETS WITH Taft Secretary of reaches to get some papers as he meets with Presi dent Eisenhower at the Presidents temporary offices m Gettys burg AP Locals Secure Upper Bracket NEW shifts in income brackets have been taking place In Families that were in the DOO to income group a year ago have moved up to the next higher Their in has been taken over by families that had been at the to level pre And that has been the story 1 all along the with the re eult that a smaller proportion of families are in the lowest brackets and a larger percen tage in the higher brackets than ever The gains have increased con sumer buying potential and have benefited business in gen Economic studies show that most purchases of durable goods are made by families whose incomes are on the The Federal Reserve Board finds that such families buy durable goods 25 percent more frequently than families whose incomes The changes in irilome struc ture are revealed in an analy sis made by Sales Management in a copyrighted report cover ing It for every county in the United the distribution of families by in come Percent In percent of all households are listed with net after of at least a as against percent in The extent to which a com Imunitys total earnings are divided among the population is an indicator of the wellbeing On The Batista Seeks Calm Islands CIUDAD Domi nican 20 UP Fulgencio Batista was on his today to a new home in exile in Portugals Madeira Is where the climate is the wine sweet and the tensions of his native Caribbean thous ands of miles Immigration officials said the exdictator of Cuba took off in a special plane for Portugal last within 24 hours after Washington squelched any hopes of the mass of the more so than is revealed by an aver age income It takes note of whether or not an unusually arge share goes to a small at the leaving the other groups with very or whether the fat is well dis The figures for Corsicana show that the percent of the louseholds with incomes of 000 or more receive per cent of the total In the to brack et are percent of the house They account for percent of the total Households with incomes of to net comprise percent of the total and collect percent of the overall in Searchers Dig For Additional flwake W E S T VEIXO 20 light tremors jolted the southwest ern Montana earthquake area last night and early There was no but the shocks wakened The coupled with a driving hampered of searchers to renew a peril ous hunt for possible addition al victims of the Monday night which touched off major The first earth shock last night came about 10 the Forest Service and was followed by others about and 4 The tremors were the latest in a series which has con tinued since the major shock and which have sent small landslides of Rock anil dirt down the mountain Ground aided by want to search above and below Hebgen hard hit In the Monday night By TOM MADLOX WEST YELLOWSTONE 20 A big fore of searchers moves back int the stillshaking earthquak area of southwestern Montan today to renew a perilous hun for more Landslides are raining rock and dirt down the mountai he had of gaining admittance to the United Batista has been in exile in the Dominican Republic since fleeing Cuba last New Years day to escape the revolutionary of Fidel si Left Tension The 57yearold former army who ruled Cuba for nearly a quarter of a left his uneasy refuge here amid rising tensions between the Dominican Republic and the Castro Castro heard the news of Batistas flight to Portuguese territory while attending a weekly session of his cabinet in The usually voluble premier brushed aside report ers on emerging from the meet There were 17 members of the Batista which flew first to Lisbon on the way to Ma The island group is about 400 miles west of in See Page 7 Calmly Takes The Elevator 20 Jack Richardson wanted to he took the ele Embarrassed police said the 25yearold man was being held for investigation in the city jail Richardson was in the fingerprint section when he I walked to the asked the civilian operator to take him to the second floor anc then made his way to freedom Richardson is the first man to escape from the fouryearold police The ground parties will searc above and below Hebgen Dam focal point of the hardest hi area in Monday nights shocks Civil Defense Searching crews are made u of men from the civil defens sheriffs office See Page 7 College Prof Falls To Death 20 AP A University of Pittsburg professor fell to his death from he 13th floor of the Cathedra of Learning Wednesday afte jerking himself free from h wifes restraining Before plunging to his deatl police said John MI hung headlong from his office window with his wif and a Profe sor Hubbard holding on to his McCarthy told police h husband was released Tuesda after treatment at the Westei Psychiatric Instilute in Pitt He had been on leav from the McCarthy said she an her husband went to his offic that he sudden the Sh today and bolted for caught his called for he and then she and Professc Kline held McCarthys fu weight as he dangled outsid the A large group had gathen and after three minutes 1 kicked his legs free and fell his ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft By LEWIS GULICK 20 W Nikita Khrushchev may op in Washington twice dur g his visit to the United giving him extra oppor nity for private talks with resident The Soviet premier is slated arrive in Washington for the start of a 12day ur of the When he turns from his coasttocoast Eisenhower may take m to secluded Camp David in arylands Catoctin mountains ir a final This would afford Eisenhow a chance to speak to Khru hchev personally after the ussian leader sees the United tales A major aim inviting Khrushchev here as been to dispel what have een called his misconceptions bout the freedom and strength f TwoThree Days An original estimate that Chrushchev would spend two o three days in Washington as now been lengthened to iree or four The two lens talks on EastWest issues ould pick up in pace only aft initial ceremonial functions ue a visiting government head re out of the Exact details on where Chrushchev will go and when re still being worked out in Soviet But ue to Russian he get only a limited anc urried view of the The Soviets have set the time mit of 12 days on Khrush hevs They have turn d down sightseeing sug estions while sticking to the and the uasie p to As a Khrushchev now eems likely to cross the coun by with only lira ed auto taking in Nev Los San Fran Iowa farmland and per aps He probabb vill not sightsee by light plane r detour to Texas and Florida r the Tennessee valley No Date Set The arrangements are being nade on the basis of reciprocity o be accorded Eisenhowe See Page 12 ManMade Balls Lightning Due 20 fP Detroit scientist said toda Soviet Russia is studying th ossible use of manmade ball of lightning as Donald of Bendi Aviation Research Lab said the proposal ha come from Physicist George I head of the Soviet In stitute of writing in Missile and Rockets sal Babat proposes to generate ball of lightning in the sky hig above He would do this by focusin wo huge parabolic antennas t create an intense electromagn ic The field would develop th ball of lightning fed from th round by electromagnetic en Nuclear fusion processe would occur within the The ball could be easily mov ed through the sky by directin the ground Ritohi The effect of directing it a an aircraft or missile can b easily Such a Soviet weapon is no of just around the co The work in progress a most certainly is still in the r search But Russian science is rapi ly expanding its understaridin of electrical ba and lightning und It is no large flight of fane tr expect that they are pro1 ably at work devising applic ti ns in these REPORTS ACID ATTACK Frank Thompson vas quoted by congressional as ociales as reporting acid thrown n him from a passing auto in Washington as he drove to his lapitol AP Wirepholo Mad Elephant Crushes 20 By DENZIL PEIRIS maddened Temple elephant charged a crowd of at a religious festival last Twenty persons were reported killed in the crush and thousands Several persons were reported It was feared some had fallen or jumped into Kandy Lake The elephant was one of more than 100 participating with dancers and drummers in an annual Buddhist pageant called Infuriated The animal became infuriated when It stepped on burning coals which had dropped from a flaming It wheeled Strong Acid That Squirted In Lawmaker 20 If say tests show it was ulphuric acid which was squirt d at RepV Frank Thompson DNJ as he drove to his of ice Thompson had reported man in a truck squirted the iquid from a syringe when he topped his car at a traffic The fluid burned a hole n his shirt and left a slight burn on his Chemical tests vere made of a sample taken rom the side of tho Thompson dismissed the incl lent as the work of a crank and said he thought it was un to his work on labor Police said Thomp son told them it was possible le had angered the two men n the truck by Inadvertpntly jutting in front of them in tiaf DISCOVERERS Committee Makes Urgent Cry For Arms By LEWIS GULICK 20 AP President Eisenhowers special foreign aid commitlee sounded K an urgent call for more arms assistance funds day despite congressional and to spend the In a unanimous report after nine months the 10man group of prominent citizens neaded by financier William Draper said that at least two billion dollars a year ill arms help for alliesaround the world is needed to keep ree world foundations Eisenhower asked Congress for for military assistance this Congress is in teh process of cutting two See Page 12 Restaurant Joins Program HOSE CAPSULE of Remodeling TODAYS GOAL VANDENBERG AIR FORCE 20 X From out of the vast Pacific a small capsule dangl ng from a parachute was ex pected to drop slowly toward he ocean And waiting in Hawaii was a team of fliers with a seemingly impossible assignment to go out and try to catch it before it hit the The capsule went aloft yes See DISCOVERERTPage 12 Senior High Registration Is In Progress Reglstralion of juniors at Cor sicana High School is scheduled tobe completed Friday after princi slated Thursday The principal announced the following schedule for sopho more Salurday 8 1 Monday 8 51 1 Tuesday 8 151 200 1 Sophomores not finished reg istration through Tuesday will report Thursday or Friday after noons next Corsicanas facelifting pro gram in the downtown busi ness district initiated as a re sult of the Chamber of Com merce Downtown Moderniza tion Committee efforts is con tinulng to go forward in bright up the Announcement was made Thursday by the committees Jack tha Roys Cafe on North Beaton Thursday became the new co operator in Ihe Th restaurant began Thursday a program of remodeling to pro vide a new and at tractive As this new project starts two others are nearing comple One is the Austin Shoe and the other is the re modeling of the Baum building in which a new business t the Sew n Sew wil open in the near One of the slogans behind this movement to give Corsi cana a downtown appearanc more pleasing and atlractive t neighboring shoppers and home town customers alike is If what is up frontthat count Some 10 or 12 remodelini and new front projects alread have been and th movement is still growing Chairman Young said Thurs day about five other busines firms are seriously considering the undertaking of a modern izatlon program in the month ibout and and th rowd ran screaming in panic ieeking shelter In nearby build ajlop walls and in Two mahouts clung to the elephants tail and Thej inally stopped it and chained i o a But the noise o he surging crowd set the beas iff again and it broke loose imashing shop fronts an rampling obstacles In Us path Police finally shot and kille he animalon the The Perahera pageant center id on the Temple of the Holy one of Buddhisms mos acred The Temple house a tooth supposed lo have com rom the jaw of whi ounded the religion 25 ccnluri cs The temple is In one of Kan dys busiest surround ed by shops and near the popu Queens A similar incident occurre during a five days ago near Colombo am 100 persons were Skunk Proves His Point Hes Vot Deodorized Downtown Auslin underwenl a smelly invasion last Late yesterday a skunk wan dered into Ihe Western Auto Store on Austins main street and began acting is if he owned he Employes and custo mers let him have After the animal crawled be hind a store manager Bob Sheehan decided it must be a deodorized Sheehan called animal The skunk soon proved eral times that he had not un Page 6 Gunman Leaves His Victim NEW A friendly gunman who wanted to share the wealth robbed a garage He forced James who was greasing a to open the cash register and hand over its contents of You I could shoot the gunman I dont doubt said Reev But I like the gunman went take this gun Ive got He handed the weapon to who quickly handed it PLEAD Weldon and Miss Yola accompanied by an leave federal court In after pleading guilty to five counts of violation of federal banking The women admitted guilt in a shortage of funds of the Texas Bank and Trust of Jack The women were freed without bond pending sentencing AP Wirephoto NAVARRO GETS HALF CHS GRADUATES THIS FALL More than half of the 1959 graduates of Corsicana High School planning to matriculate in college this Fall will enter Navarro Junior There ore 82 who have re quested their transcripts of work to Armi revealed late with 43 of them de slgwMngNJC their choice Noihi Texas Slate College at 3erton is second with Follow ing are the students and the colleges or universities of their choice Navarro Junior College Ro and Dale Irwin Pot Randy Betty Anita Barbara David Paula Kins Norman Jerry Rulhie Betty Mary Lee Sam my Doyle Donnis Gary Panic Bobby Nicky Dickie Hutch Shirley Don Wil Norma Robert Neil Willie Ander Wilbnrt Espor Sandra Kenneth Margie Belly Jo Beverly Morris Mnry Ann See Page 7 Union Dedicates Labor Day To Steel Workers By NORMAN WALKER FORST 20 The AFLCIO loday re solved lo dedicate Us 1950 Labor Day celebralion 7 to sym pathy and support for the 000 steel A resolution adopted by the AFLCIO executive council said the steel labor stoppage has been forced upon the sleelwork ers and the American people I want to be the gunman Here1 Reeves held on to the ten Then two policemen happen ed The gunman pretended he was a Hows the gas he asked said mind ful of the The patrolmen strolled on And a moment later the gun man departed with Related Page 2 and its outcome will affect the lives of every American who works for wages or Declaring the steel strike is part of a big business conspir acy against all federa tion leaders said In the resolu tion We hereby declare our de termination to make the steel strike the struggle of the whole American labor movement anc to mobilize our full resources our collective will and the hum an solidarity of American work See Page 7 Rebel Soldiers Swarm Across Laos Territory By DAVID LANCASHIRE 2 rebel units ar moving through six province if North and South Laos dow o the border of South Vie the government said to ay Government forces braced fo they feared would be an allout A general staff communlqu aid the Communists have usei he quiet of the past two week o reinforce troops and resuppl solated Now that preparations hav the enemy probabl vill unleash a major he communique The communique added tha nemy action had been reporte rom Sam Phong Saly Takhe and Xiengkhouang provinces Saravane borders on South Vie as does part of Savan No skirmishes hav been reported in these souther A defense ministry spokesma said tho Communist movemen vas aimed at spreading govern ment forces thin so the rebe could concentrate on retakin he Sam Neua and PhongSal formerly controlle y the Red Pathet Main Objective The defense ministry man said the principal Con minis objective still is to r cover the Sam Neua and Phon Saly provinces and rcestablls the same position as before th ntegralion accords of The agreements ended Com munlst rule of these two nces and ordered integration o Pathet Lno soldiers into th oyal He added that another goal o provoke a return of the In crnational control commlsslo to restore Laos oppose See Page 7 Failure Sends Men Scurrying Comes From Waco Position Pete Shotwell New State Home Head Pete of Waco Thursday was appointed superintendent of the Corsicana State according to a telephoned stalement to this newspaper from the Texas Youth Council in session in Austin Thursday The vacancy occurred due to the death of Donald Wayne July Shotwell has been business manager of the Stale Home in Waco almost 10 years and served in the dual capacity of acting superintendent and business manager for more than one His excellent work at the Waco Home and his ability and personal qualifica tions for adminislration of childrens institutions are the statement Shotwell is a graduate of the University of Texas in Busi ness Administration and is do ing graduate at Baylor Univer He has had extensive ex perience as a high school teach er and counselor and as a pub lic school He also has served as boys secre tary in the A native of Shotwell is He has one Mary Ann who will be a freshman in Bay lor University this He is an active member of the Bap tist and has long been active In civic affairs in The Texas Youth Council statement pointed out that Shotwell Is familiar with the policies and proce dures under which the Texas Youth Council works and op erates and is eminently quali tied to carry out the program of child treatment anc education at the State Home here as instituted by the late The in Its resolu paid high tribute Thurs See Page 6 balloon designed for fllgh 21 miles high barely got off th ground sending scientls on a franlic chase to save th Scientists for Massachuset Institute of Technology and th University of Chicago filled balloon with two million cub feet of helium after a large balloon But the craft reached le than feet and began drlf Ing It settled s miles from Brownwood Munlc pal the launching sit The scientisls set out to pic up the pounds of instr which fell in a territo difficult to The instrt ments are designed to measu gamma No Immediate explanati was available for the A hole In a huge plastic ba loon delayed an eighth attem lo carrying out the test We IANT MEAT ROCESSING NDUSTHY Issues Similar Steel Leaders Claim By NORMAN WALKER FOREST 20 walkout of nearly 0 workers in the giant meat recessing industry next month as threatened today on issues mllar to those involved In the mtinuing steel Union officials said the indus ys two major malgamated Meat Cutters and i he Packinghouse have et much the same lent wage freeze and other pro osals for stockyard workers s were experienced in the steel AFLCIO meeting in ummer session oncern that the steel strike is symptom of what they consld r a growing management reT usal to give workers a share i expanding Industry The International Union of llectrlcal voting a donation to the steel said big business gen rally has decided to wreck he hardwon gains of workers nd reverse the system of shar ng profits with The two meat Industry after nearly a month oft have met an almost olid front of packer proposals o freeze present wage veraging about an hour In a further similarity to teel bargaining the I acklng unions say they also ace company proposals to give I mployers a freer hand in chieving manpower and other Like the steel tho neat processing workers I Aage boosts of about 15 cents Both packing unions are ns The n many plants were said to lave already authorized a strika I 1 when current contracts oth unions said they hoped argaining developments In the See Page 7 Smelter Union jives 48 Hours Or Will Strike LOS 20 wheels were set in mo Ion today for a against 3 American smelting and re ining The International Union ot Vtine Mill and Smelter Work ers gave the company 48 hours trike notice after negotiations vere broken off last Among the first to get strika orders were 450 workers at American Smeltlngs It will take about 4 hours to close down each plant across the Some workers arc Involv ed in plants in New Mon Neb Wash nglon and Douglas head of the fourmnn management negotlat ng said he expects a pror The working without a contract since July had sought a 15cent hourly wage In crease plus fringe Managemenl did not come up with an offer during tho negotiations Soutar the issues were never nar rowed Irving secretary reasurer of the declined comment but Indicated tha may make a statement ater American Smelting processes zinc and In recent the domes tic minerals market has been It has been hampered by oversupply and competition from lowpriced foreign There was no indication when negotiations would Copper Strikes Hit 3 States 20 UP major copper produc er was struck today as picket lines went up at Phelps Dodge properties in Texas and The new walkout by the In ternalionpl Union of Mill and Smeller Workers hailed operations at Blsbee and all In Ariz ona El and Los MlneJjlill represents about 650 Phelps Dodge workers of them In An other employes probablj will be idled by the shutdown See 3 Page 12   

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