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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - August 27, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHEB LOCAL cloud iness with scattered thundershowers to night and Thermometer Readings 8 I 9 10 11 12 1 2 78 82 84 Complete Weather 82 80 Report on SO 80 Market OailySunanclStniWfclily LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er aluminums Mixed corporates ular hedge CHICAGO Wheat Lower moderate scattered short cover to 50 cents lower tap steers steady to 25 cents higher top AP TELEMATS 70 SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENTS Ike Reaches Britain For Second Stage Vital Talks WHERE TROUBLE map lo cates Southeast Asia Treaty Organization na tions in Asia and the South The gov ernment of Laos claims armed threats by Communist rebels is growing steadily more ser Laos has not asked aid from the United Nations or from AP Wire photo Laos Intervention Urged 27 UP American aid In increased amount was earmarked for Laos today amid hopes that the tiny kingdoms own troops can cope with Communist The State Department an riounced the stepup in aid following an urgent ap peal from the Loatian capital of Vientiane in order to boost the siz of army and supply with light equipment ranging from small arms to tents The United States already has been pouring in aid at the rate of about 30 million dollars this twothirds of it to take care of the Loatian army pay How much more money will be and how big a Loatian army and local police force will be The sout ry had about i army when the ljut ueneva armistice ended the Indochina Its local village militia total Samuel Stratton D a member of the House Armed Service urged Wednesday that America send Marines to Loas and station an aircraft carrier In the See Page 7 Commission To Receive Budget City Commission will meet in special session Friday at to receive from City Man ager Morgan Works the pro posed 195960 and set a date for the public budget hear The city manager will present the mayor and each commission er a copy of the budget and file one copy with City Secretary Alton Jusliss for public in No other business is to be it was an 27 Vfebels have filtrated at least 25 per cent the northern province of Sam Brig Amkha Sou khavong said The general is commander of the northern zone and is second in command of the Laotian arm ed He told a correspondent in his Sam Neua headquarters that about 40 per cent of the popula tion in the province supports Northern Province fourth Infiltrated the rebel Giant Smasher Approval Due 27 Wl The SenateHouse atomic energy committee said today it would send to both branches next week a bill authorizing 105 million dollars for the worlds largest atom The linear elec tron r is to be built at Stanford Palo President Msenhower an nounced plan last May to build the smasher as an important tool in basic atomic The President submitted the request for the authorization soon after his speech but the joint committee held it up for a detailed It is estimated the accelera tor will take about six years to At present Russia has the largest atom smasher it is in operation at Dubna near The general said two commun ist North Vietnam officers a major and a captain had surrendered to Laothian para troopers In the northern pro Their presence did not neces sarily back up Laothian claims that North Vietnamese troops are active In Sam The Red officers told the correspond ent they had deserted in North Vietnam and crossed the bor der into Laos because they were disgusted with conditions in the Northern The officers said South Viet See Page 7 HcKneally New Legion Leader 27 IP Bartin 44year old to day was elected national com mander of the American Legion The slightly greying bachelor was put into the Le gions highest office by a roa of votes from the national con vention Elected national chaplain o the Legion was Rabbi Rober Kahn of Elected to the five vice com mander posts were William G Indianapolis Lay mon Charles Suno Nate Virginia and Willard Brandt College Loans Stay In Bill 27 JP1 The House today refused by a vote of 146133 to strip from its housing bill a new program of 50 million dollars for loans fo constructing college class rooms and other campus facili It was the first test of strength between administration Repub licans and House Democrats on a new housing bill to replace the measure that President Eisenhower vetoed last The taken by tellers as members passed down the cen ter did not record The classroom loan program singled out by the presi dent as one of the objectionable features of the previous Republicans argued the new bill might be vetoed unless the pro gram was removed from By a 172126 the House swamped an amendment by William Widnall R 4 NJ to increase FHA mortagp j Insurance authorization from eight to ten billion and remove a cut off date of on the Off the House Republl cans said a sessionend Housing veto could mean a special ses ilon of Congress later this year to deal with housing legislation Clarence Brown R launching the GOP at declared the basic features of the new measure were little different from the vetoed ver and even more costly be cause they telescoped spending into one year instead of Im convinced that this bill Is so much like the measure that was that unless it is amended it faces the probability of a Brown In defense of the Homer Thornberry DTex said Democratic housing lead ers have gone a long way to meet the objections of the pres President Eisenhower has droped a few hints along the veto but said nothing defi nite before he left for Europe Eisenhower already vetoed a much larger hous bill passed by Congress last An attempt to override the veto Then the Senate passed a pared down 000 compromise and sent it to the In his special message to Congres two days the pres ident pleaded for an increas in the Federal Housing Admin istrations loan Insurance au And he said it shoul not be contingent upon th possibility of approval by th after the Congres has of legislatlo which contains features that th administration finds seriousl objectionable The FHA loan authority th president wants is included i the housing Eisenhowe was saying pretty plainly tha he doesnt like some feature of the compromise housing bi and doesnt want the FH mater tied to it in case he ve toes the housing But as the new compromis bill came to the Demo cratic leaders were warning was this or Albert Rains DAla chairman of the Housing Sub declared if we don pass this there wont b any In spite of what th president Republican leader Charles A Halleck of Indiana said Eisen bowers special message Congress was a clear warnln See Page 7 ft ft ft ft Sir ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Red Boss Admits Thaw Possible ADAMANT ON WEST GERMAN UNITY PLANS Contends Cant Withstand Russian Might 27 iklta Khrushchev says his alks with President Eisenhower ay mean the start of gradual djustment of outstanding dif erences between the Commun ts and the But he says opposition to Western deas on German reunification avent relaxed Private Matter The Soviet premier in a new ote to West German Chancel r Konrad Adenauer said once more that the great powers lould leave the reunification of ermany to negotiations be ween the East and West Ger lan Khrushchev sent his letter to nine days ago but it ras published only Wednesday ight apparently to time with Sisenhowers arrival in Bonn or talks with the West German West Idea Insolvent It is clear to any realistical y minded state that the policy f reunification by the efforts f and with the abolition f the socialist system in the communist German demo ratlc republic to Is in Khrushchev The on the other ontends that reunification must 3e worked out by the big four who led the fight against Hitler who divided Ger many after the The West rn allies also refuse to recog nize the East Germany regime n an equal basis with the West German See Page 7 Keating Blames Khrushchev For Laos Slaughter 27 UP Kenneth Keating R said today that Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev s insulting the intelligence o he free world by thinking he can talk peace while plotting Keating told the Senate tha Khrushchev is mistaken if he believes Americans will be con inced of his peaceful intention he is calling the signals on the kind of deliberate slaugh which is going on in The in a preparec asked his colleagues not to forget Khrushchevs for military aggression when he sits down to talk with President Eisenhower nex I hope by the time Mr Khrushchev arrives in Washing on the congress will have votec an adequate mutual security ap propriations bill to show ou determination not to let down our defenses one Keating Keating attributed whateve esistance the Laotians are now able to offer the Reds to for ign aid and said that pro gram is absolutely necessary in our own national He added Let in bringing the worlds leading Communist See Page 8 FRIDAY HEARING SET ON EMHOVSE SCHOOL DISTRICT A hearing that is expected to enerate plenty of interest will e held in the county court oom at the courthouse at 9 Friday relative to a request o have a portion of ng Grove Independent School District disannexed and annex d to the Corsicana Independent School The area in question Is quare miles that is located in he old Emhouse Independent ichool District which consoll lated with the Blooming Grove district earlier this A group of residents in the area in question last 18 presented a petition to the coun school board requesting that he board approve the transfer if the area from the Blooming Legion To Accept7 Russian Visitor QUITS BONN Rains Soak State 3orsicana nd more Blooming Texas Veterans Land Program Near Standstill 27 short age of money and a high bond market have all but halted Tex as Veterans Land Only 312 million dollars of 13712 million dollars sold in Donds remains for exGIs cligl ale to purchase ranches and farms on long lowinter est rates from the To keep the program breath land office officials said the number of ap plications sent out each weel Lo veterans has been reducec from 275 to Moon chie said this probably wil keep the states only bonus pro gram for veterans in opera tion until October The following month voters wil have an opportunity to raise th limit on interest rates the state may pay to make more monej A total of 6212 million dol lars in bonds may be iasuec when the market either drops below the 3 per cent constltu tional limitation or the ceiling is raised to 312 per cent bj See Page 7 Paddlewheel Photo Claimed Aug 07 Woomera satellit tracking station has photo graphed the Paddlewhee satellite at a distance of Supply Minister Alan Hulme announced He said the photograph ha been flown to the United for The photograph is a remark able Hulme said because the central section o the satellite is only two fee in with four feet lonfe paddles on each The Paddlewheel satellit was launched Jrove district to the Corsicana Istrict on the grounds that schools are nearer convenient than Grove The county school board authority under law the has to make such a transfer of prop rty if certain requirements are met and if it deems It advis The area seeking disannexa ion is located adjacent to the Jorslcana district in the general icinlty of northwest The proposal is meeting op See Page 8 Thor Missile Data Capsule Is Recovered CAPE 27 intermediate Thor the Air double barreled war rocket and satellite booster shot skyward today on a mile reliability The 65foot the mos fired ballistic missile in the U blasted off on wha appeared to be a perfect launch The shot was another in series to improve the rockets accuracy as a war Tho Air Force now considers the Thor between 65 and 70 pe cent The goal Is 80 ti 90 per cent by the end of th This means the missil would hit a target eight or nln shots out of This was the 59th Tho Only five of the pre vious shots were Earlier this Thors scr ved as first stage boosters fo three satellites now orbiting th They are Explorer VI am Discoverers V and One hour and 22 minutes aft er todays a recover ship retrieved a data capsul that popped out of the Tho nose cone near Antigua Islanc The capsule contained instru ments to record the performanc of the missile and the nose cone The capsule also reportedl carried a camera to photograpi the earth from high altitude See Page 8 Rummage Sale Gets New Suit 2 The police department auxiliary held a rummage sale Chief George Bowers wif donated his blue suit becaus he had bought a suit of th same The other evening he was gel ting ready to attend a and found his old suit hangin In the A quick call to the rummag sale chairman disclosed th chiefs new suit had been sol to a peach picker for 25 cents showers and hard rain ell in Navarro county Wednes ay night and Thursday morn Kerens reported inches Richland and Frost reported alt inch rains with Frosts recipitation coming about mid morning Slight sprinkles and a trace as all that had been received t Blooming five miles ast of at 9 Thurs Dawson received an estimated uarter inch and the iVeather Bureau thermometer n Corsicana registered inch t 7 while at noon an ad Roane and mists and light Texan Thompson Finds Outlook Promising Oil Industry Service Cited Companion Story Page 9 oil industry not only was born in but has been a vital guardian of Ameri can freedom through all the years that have Post master General Arthur Sum merfield said Summerfield made the re mark in a brief talk dedicating new 4cent Petroleum Indus try Centennial Commemorative He came here just 100 years to the day when Ed win Drake brought in the worlds first commercial oil well at The postmaster general said the American people have great reason to be indebted to the oil adding It has supplied most of the power that has made the Am erican standard of living pos Summerfield said the oil in dustry continues its citing it for developing fuel for jet aircraft and Speaking at a luncheon at tended by many oil industry Summerfield said the United with seven per cent of the worlds popula produces some 40 per cent of the energy used by the en tire human Summerfield said the oil in dustry has been outstanding In fighting inflation to hold down declaring In the 10 years from 1949 to 1958 gasoline exclusive of increased less than 6 per cent on a national average while the cost of living more than 20 per And these prices were for gasoline constantly improved In quail See Page 13 itional Other inch had been re reports Included Em By The Associated Frens Cloudy skies continued 27 Cfl American Legion today oted to accept with dignity he visit next month to the United Slates of Soviet Premier Viklta The move came as a surprise vhen the legions foreign rela ions committee submitted a ast minute resolution which substituted for one oppos ng the Soviet premiers Summit Conditions The convention eclare there should be no fur her summit talks until a num er of conditions are met by including free clec lons in satellite nations and a halt in espionage activities iy the Soviet The modified resolution ap leared to be a result of the in luence on the Legionnaires of Vice President Richard Nix He told the convention two days ago that Khruschevs vis t was in the interest of avoid ng a misunderstanding that might lead to Old Stand Noted The noted to ump heavy rains over much of exas Thursday in the wake of that caused flash loodlng Rains of up to 3 inches ex ended from the Gulf Coast into Central Rains also fel Thursday in North and Centra West Cranfils Gap in Central Texas reported 3 Sections o Bee County had inches SiJe Page Many Dead In South Mexico Prom Big Quake chief of police of Vera cruz told radio reporter todaj that in his city alone the earth quake killed 48 In hos pitals are 134 This report was obtained by phone by Carlos Camacho o Station KWKW here from Chie Ireneo Pelaez The chief also said an ol refinery In in th State of was extensi vely The city of Coag zacoalcos was damaged badlj The town of Cam acho was was demol MEXICO Mexico today count at least 10 dead following he nations worst earthquake o the Communications wen ll out to many am some estimates of the toll wen as high as 40 The quake hit about a spreading de struction and panic across th six tropical slates of Veracruz Yucatan Puebla and The heav lest shocks apparently wcr felt on the Isthmus of Tehunn narrowest Mexican poln See Page 7 Khrushchev resolution that the Legion a year ago In Chicago opposed any in See Page 8 Senators Note Lyndon Johnson 51st Birthday 27 UP Lyndon Johnson o the Democratic leader was 51 Senate friends made it an occasion to laud his knock Ing 45 pounds off Republican leader Everett Dirksen o Dirksen himself contributec this He told his colleagues that one day Johnson chidec him about his waistline and sug gested he ought to takeoff 40 Dirksen said he accepted the challenge and actually took off 45 he he now owes whai he hopes Is a svelte figure the Democratic leader Dirksen said he right to continue with Johnson on to reserved his to disagree ant particularly on Johnsons efforts See Page 8 Jet Airliner Flight Is Fast A Pan American World Airways San Francisco to in a little more flying jet flew from London today than 13 hours The Boeing carrying 124 flew via Boston In stead of refueling at Frobishe Bay In Canadas Northwest Ter A Frobisher runway ie not A spokesman said the air lln will begin using the arctic rout in about three The flight will then take 11 12 hours flying UNITY VOW Record Throng Greets President London Airport 27 UP resident Eisenhower reached tondon tonight to continue his alks with leaders of the West rn He flew in from where he met 5 12 hours vith Chancellor Konrad Ade There he renewed his pledga o protect the people of West erlln and to stand fast with Americas Western Allies against my menace from Soviet Com Trip Is Short Eisenhowers orangenosed jet lew him to London from Germany in an hour and 25 On hand to greet him wore Prime Minister Harlod Mac Foreign Secretary Sel vyh Lloyd and the biggest photographic and televlsioh corps ever seen at London air Queen Elizabeth II wa3 represented by Lord one of her j Police estimated the welcom ng crowd at First Since Wilson Elsenhower Is the first president to make an official visit to Britain since Woodrow Wilson cdrne here In Decembers Harry Truman made a brief In 1945 at ths time of the Potsdam See Page 10 Mi 71 W German Papers Display Biggest Type Headlines 27 German newspa pers used their biggest type in approving headlines today In President Elsenhowers visit to America side by side with said an eightcolumn banner in the mass circulation Slid Anzel We stand side by echoed Bonns General The Ruru Nachrlchten pro claimed Triumphal visit of El senhower while the Frankfur ter Neue Presse bannerlined Hundreds of thousands cheer Many papers used half of their front pages for pictures show Ing Elsenhower and Chancellor Konrad Adenauer Inspecting the guard of honor at Wahn air Calling the welcome The most pompous since the Federal West German Republic was found the widely read Frankfur ter Rundschau said editorially Elsenhower came to Europe with the unquestionable will to seek a solution of the political problems of the world In accord ance with the He throws See Page 7 i top oil conservation ex pert said today I see nothin but a bright future for Railroad Commission Chal man Ernest Thompson also to those attending the Oil Centen nial Celebration here Our present world will in time be worked off by the Increasing use of petro leum fuels all over the Thompsons speech was part of the program commemorating the discovery of oil here by Edwin Drake 100 years Oil will continue to furnish over 60 per cent of our energy and will be ample for the fore seeable future certainly through 1980 when it Is predict ed that atomic energy will come into competition for large units of Thompson See Page 7 MOON BOUNCE is the 28 foot parabolic receiving antenna at the Univer sity of In which received signals sent from England and bounced off the systema development specialist at the Is seated at controls atop the British and American scientists are taking part In the experiments which resulted In the first successful AP Wirephoto   

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