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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - September 29, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL cloud iness with scattered thundcrshowers through Wednesday cooler tonight and Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 I 11J 12 1 2 78 83 86 88 89 DO Complete Weather Roport on Market Daily SunandStmiWoMx Morning lijhtjf MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er some profit gov ernments narrow price CHICAGO expectsd foreign hedge with Hogs top top LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Hurricane Gracie Blasts South Carolina Coast ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Nikita Backs Ike On End Of Berlin Threat tho TYPHOON SURVIVORS SEARCH FOR REL1 after the mightiest of a typhoon walk through a death toll of over 2000 AP field of coffins searching for bodies of relatives Wirephoto via radio from Tokyo Japan Toll Tops 29 This central Japanese town of people was a pros perous farming community ly ing between two peaceful rivers running into the Now It is a hell Bloated bodies human and in brown floodwaters that enveloped 95 per cent of when typhoon Vera turned the rivers Into raging The stench of death is every Nagashima is typical of many Japanese towns and vil The total of confirmed dead in the nation rose today to with The typhoon was one of the worst natural disasters ever to hit the Japanese Nobody knows yet how many diod in After four police and rescue work ers are still unable to reach many isolated patches of On one patch of dry ground women and children hud died together some TH Machinery Set For Steel Action Justice Department today s reported gearing up for quick action if President Eisen lower decides to invoke the raftHartley Law emergency provisions to stop the 77day stoel The President has called In weeping Btill too and others shocked to One old woman clutched the body of a dead girl and rocked See Page 7 o Charge Megro 29 A Waco negro was charged with murder without malice Monday after a highway collision that took throe lives James was arrest er after his release from a Fort Worth The crash a mile south of Burleson killed Laura Mc 62 her Rose 41 and driver of one of the 71 State Highway Officials Due Rotary Meeting State Highway Commissioner Charles Hawn of Athens will be guest speaker Wednesday at the Rotary Club following 11 ribboncutting ceremony neai Angus formally opening the new eight mile stretch of the new Interstate 45 Highway south from Corsicana to near Rich program di rector for arranged for the highway commissioners appearance before the Bil Register is program chairman for the District Judge James Sewel will introduce Special guests for the occasion will state high way Frank Cawthorn of district highway engi neer Jack resident high way engineer County Judge Kenneth Douglas and members of county commissioners A number of local guests wil lie recognized as op industry and union o separate White House con erences Wednesday morning L final effort to get fruitful bar gaining without resort to th PH Law Pending the outcome of thos no sleps will b to start the TH Law1 machinery the Whit House Other officials said privately lowever they doubt that even a personal appeal from the Presi dent will budge the industry and the striking steelworkers union from their polcsapart In that Eisenhower is expected to trigger the emer gency strike provisions into ef This would call for first naming a factfinding panel to report on the On receipt of the panels report the Presi dent could order tho Justice See Page 7 Mexico Police Hit Dope Ring MEXICO 29 Federal agents announced AGREEMENT MEANING IS MADE CLEAR NATO Nations Receive Reports On Conferences 29 JP1 Soviet Premier Nikita vhrushchev in effect confirmed oday President Eisenhowers ews conference report that hrushchev abandoned hi hreat to West Berlin during he Camp David conference last In a statement in Moscow Khrushchev used about the same vords as the President did at lis news conference Monda ivith respect to negotiations foi Berlin Words NearIdentical Eisenhower said We agreec these negotiations shoulc ot be prolonged indefinitely but there could be no fixed time imit on Khrushchev said today that negotiations must not be do but he said there is no question of an and added No time limit should be sel for them the Abandons Threats It can be stated on the high est authority that Eisenhowei and his associates consider the weekend exchange to have pro firm agreement h Khrushchev to avoid again an of force to squeeze the Western powers out of Wes Eisenhower and Khru Sec Page 7 Signed Foreign Bill Gives Rigid Panel Life 29 President Eisenhower has sign od the foreign ai It aslo extends the life o he Civil Rights Commission fo wo With its Eisonhowe lomplotod action on the last o he bills Congress sent him be ore adjourning Tho amount of aid was S704 Red China Applauds Khrushchev Trip VIan Dies In Richland Mishap KOOJV KREEK KLVB AREA GETS INCH DELUGE By The Associated Tress six miles south of Athens on Pounding rains and violent lighway they seized worth of cocaine when they broke up an international narcotics ring here The officers said they arrest 17 persons and confiscated the Illicit drug supply in two They said the had connections in Now York Chile and and possibly In Brazil and less than the Presidcn lad asked for military and eco lomic help to friendly or allie The oivil rights commissio only action Col gross took in that field th year also was far short of sovenpoint civil rights progran Eisenhower sugegsted to Con gross last Tho catchall passed 1 the final hours of the sessio also includes to operat tho civil rights 35 millions for the highway tru two millions for the labo department to cover the increa ed administrative costs of th new labor controls and other minor Tho total money package was which was less than Eisenhower Civil rights advocates in Con gress exacted commitments from Sec FOREIGN 7 hunderstorms Inshed wide sec ons of Texas late Monday and arly Hail and high accompanied tho brief ut violent onslaughts in some Heaviest cloudburst was nches at the millionaires plav Koon Kreek Klub lie club showed Athens itself Ike Hopes Hot aliiornia Will Mre His Cold fighl ng a plans to fly to the esert country of Southern Cal fornla Wednesday for an eight Al club sale check of dams and levies al no received nches and heavy general rains extended over the southern part of Henderson The long line of thunder storms were set off by the col ision of a cool air mass and ivith the moist Gulf air as an early autumn cold front noved southward into the Booming electrical displays knocked out power at several cities and at many points ic was halted by windwhipped sheets of Peasize hail The chief executive will he the louse guest of an old Vashington business executive leorge at La Allen and Eisenhower ore fre quent golfing and bridge com sometimes share vaca and own farms a couple of miles apart White House Press Secretary James Hagerty said the Proa dont hopes to got away late Wednesday flying by ot to the Palm Tho plan calls for arrival here by 5 or 6 Pacific Standard after a flight of or 5 12 The White i eyeing the and the possibility of winds and rains associated with hurricane Grac Hagorty said that at La Pago 7 Bank Robber Is Found Beaumont 29 Charlos wanted fot tho Community Savings Bank robbery nt A man Is dead as a result of a truck overturning and burning on the west Richland Creek slough bridge on Inter state 45 near Richland Tues clay at 11 The victim was identified as Marvin of Groes Surviving are his Mr and Leon Groes beck a Miss Phyllis Groesbock grandmoth Bess Palmer and other Bob one of the high way said the 1958 While truck tractor and semi hit the slougl bridge rode It some IOC feet and then overturned into was FBf agents arrested here to and Jefferson County officers made the arrost at The man offered no Officers said they found In his Waugaman was charged with the Yorkvillo robbery in Steu whipped by icavy winds lashed the Denison and Sherman Winds up to 57 miles per hour and a light hail accompanied a torrential downpour that dumped up to inches of rain In the Fort Worth area ate The quick runoff See TEXAS Page 7 Lightning Hits Barn Ai Roane Rain Is General A barn filled with hay at owned by destroyed by fire at Monday after being hit by lightning during the No was injured and no livestock was reported Precipitation ranging from inch In Corslcana to at Blooming Grove fell in Navarro county Monday night and Tues day again interrupting tho cotton harvesting work and highway construction opera Tho rains accompanied by considerable lightning and winds but no serious damage was Navarro County Electric and Texas Power and Light Com pany experienced little trouble Monday but some trans former and other troubles were recorded Saturday Precipitation was reported as follows Corsicana inch Kerens Blooming Orove Em niett and more than the creek lowlands H praised the Corsicana fire dj partment for its assistance a the His death Is the 10th traffii fatality in Navarro county thl The tractor Involved was re ported proceeding in a southerly Officers and other surmised that a blowout ma have occurred immediately be fore the It was stated the vehlcl werved and struck a mcU ruard A gasoline tank 01 Page 7 hest Advance lifts Workers Start Wednesday Corsicana Community Clics ampaign for 1959 officiall wings into action Wedncsda vlth the kick off by the Ac Gifts Division at a break oat at at the Navarr Hotel Cactus Campaign Director Ray Con Campaign Co Chairme Herb Johnson and Hagl ill outline to the various team jnder the division command Chairman Jay Silverberg wiu heir duties as volunteers wi je and will assist Chairma Silverberg In distributing a vgnments to the sollcitorpe As Is the Advanc an inch land Rice to Emhouse lights out Dawson Roane Rich somt Frost Anderson Hints Aid Cuts Possible 29 IT Secretary of the Treasury Robert Anderson told finance experts of the free world today that the United States may have to curtail its liberal out pouring of dollars He called for a clear and forceful declaration by the in ternational Monetary Fund for the removal of trade discrimina tions against the United States and other dollarusing countries by nations whose econmic re covery has been so great as to make these barriers unneces Anderson addressed the 68 governors of the International Monetary holding a five day annual meeting here with the governors of the World He is the governor for both fund and Explaining the situation con fronting the United An rierson said the value of Amer ican exports exceeds the cost of its imports by three billion collars a But the differ ence is he to offset other payments abroad amounting to 712 billion dol The other payments include military expenditures amount ng to a net three billion dol ars annually government loans and other pay ments of about 212 billion and private capital outflow totaling billion or Despite heavy demands on our savings at reflected by rising interest we are making substantial amounts of these savings available to un derdeveloped Ander son The secretary said the gov ernment hopes that the pay ments deficit will be reduced by increasing exports but added While we will put emphasis on strengthening our capacity to we cannot be un mindful of other factors and therefore we will also keep our whole international financial position under Those last few words had broad implications although An terson named no specific course of action now They could mean the United States is contemplating a shift in its foreign aid This might be no more than tieing loans from the develop ment loan fund to purchases in the United as are thos of the exportimport This would mean that dollars loaned abroad would have to he wholly or in in this coun But the statement also could mean a more fundamental in the form of curtailment of aid to underdeveloped coun Anderson coupled with his statement a suggestion that other industrial countries of the free world now are in financial condition to pro vide more help to unclcrdevelop ed He said There must be a reorienta tion of tho policies of the car Her postwar period and a now determination by all the in dustrial countries to face common obligation to share n the task of providing capital to the loss developed parts of the free In the Anderson the countries whose uur rencics are now fullv conver jlible in foreign trade no long er have any reason to favor im ports from nondollar countries over those from dollar coun Progress has been made in eliminating such discriminat he but it continues to Eugene president of the World endorsed the uggestion made by President Eisenhower Monday for crea tion of an International Devil cpment Black said aid to underdeveloped countries can never he an acceptable substi tute for Tho IDA would bo a billion dollar affiliate of the World and would grant loans to poorer nations on easy term repayable in part in their own These are called soft which the World Bank itsolf is forbidden to But Black told the bank gov ernors from 68 member na tions I still know nothing that can provide a real substitute lor exports aid today must be followed by trade tomorrow ii aid takes the form of which have to be who has been the banks president for the last 10 also criticized trade re Many such restric especially on agricultural products and industrial rau See WORLD Page 7 JUS MOTIIKR Travis Eaton Is shown bcln comforted in by Nurse Harriet Lewis after bus on which he and his Marcella Eaton of Dallas were riding skidded on wet and crashed int a utility His mother died latorl in a Twelve other were injuied in the bus AP Wirephoto Division bo handed th 29 Com unist China today applauded he results of Soviet Premier Ikita Khrushchevs Amerl an In warm words of raise it predicted an easing of orld Khrushchev himself was cheduloc to fly to Peiping to ay for the celebration of the Oth anniversary of the Com junisl victory on the Chinese He sont an advance icssage hailing the Red Chinese evolution as one of historys reat events and pledging etenv 1 friendship between Moscow nd The official Peiping peoples ally said Khrushchevs visit to America without doubt vill have a positive effect n tho cause of world World public opinion Is ful y justified in highly evaluat ng this The Chinese peo ple rejoice in comrade Khrush chevs the government organ Ta Kung another Peiping lolly reflecting official views expressed immense delight over the It said the Sovie See Page 7 ions share of responsibility o meeting the campaign approximately 40 per cent of the Chairmnn S 11 v o r b e r g an nounced Tuesday the names of captains of six teams of work Brs which include Ralph Ben Dean and Ed At a general planning mcct held Monday al in the First National Bank civic campaign Chest directors and representatives of Chest affiliated agencies were informed as to some of Ihe being made for the ensuing It was revealed to tho group See Page 7 Dies At Home Late Monday died at hi homo 518 jfiouth Tvfontioth King was the oldest retired Magnolia Petroleum Companj He worked at th local refinery 11 years before t became Magnolia in 1911 anc retired in October In he came t Corsicana when he was 21 year of Funeral services will be helc Wednesday at 2 from th Corley Chapel with burial in Oakwood The rites will he conducts by Bruce pastor o the Missionary Baptist church and pastor tho Memorial Baptist though in ill health attended the Magnolia party a the local Pipe Line station Ma this when a metal cap sule started from Corsicana t See Page 7 Tsiang Chases Russian Bloc UNITED Y Representative of the Soviet bloc staged mass walkout of the UN Genei al Assembly today when Natloi alist China condemned allege Chinese Communist atrocities I All members of the Soviet do egation and its eight satellite remained out of the Assembl chamber during the cntli speech of the Ambassador T who pledged hi governments support for a fu UN debate on the Tibet qucs TOP WINDS ESTIMATED AT 140 NPH Historic Spots Damaged Tides Flood Far Inland with oak gusts estimated at 140 illes an slashed across he South Carolina coast Badly battering this historic iort city and adjacent the iig storm headed inland where ler torrential rains threatened Moving Inland The Weather Bureau said un fficlal estimates placed tho vind velocity on nearby beaches it 120 miles an with gusts o At 1 EST the Bureau laid the storm center was mov ng inland a short distance louthwest of here and moving the interior at 14 miles an She was headed gen erally toward Orangeburg and Wnrn of Floods The Charlotte Weather Bu reau Issued a bulletin warning residents of probable serious flooding along the Pee Wacca Little Pee Dee and Ashley Some of Charlestons historic structures were damaged as lilgh winds uprooted tore down power and communication lines and unroofed Mtftinjtatnous waves pounded beach installations from Savan to Myrtle High tides ranging up to 11 feet above normal sent walstdeop See Page 7 Hannah Poses Second Threat To Coast Area 29 MP The United States will ba fortunate if hurricane Hannah doesnt follow tho lead oC Gracie and crash Into the main the chief storm forecaster of the Miami Weather Bureau said A strong high pressure area to the north forced Grade In over the South Carolina coast when otherwise it would have curved harmlessly to tho north cast and out over the said Gordon The same high Is going to force Hannah to come our Its too early to say definitely that Hannah will move but well bo extremely fortunate If It South which used to get lot of hurricanes but hasnt had a big blow in nlna probably has nothing to tear from She would have to follow an extremely unusual track to hit Dunn At the Hannah Is moving In a westsouthwest di rection at 15 miles an hour about miles due east of Tho reason for this unusual See Page 7 Colorado Snowstorm Brutal A brutal September snowstorm bludgeoned the Rocky Moun tain area smashing tree limbs and power snarling traffic and leaving many schools and business houses without electric Four boys were missing on a camping trip in mountains west of A Pueblo news missing during an antelope hunt on the snowswcpt plains reported found alive this No word was immediately available as to his Scores of schools were closed in areas close to the mountains north and south of At least two buildings collapsed be neath the weight of snow in the Denver The storm was the first of the season at lower an extension of storms that left moro than two feet of snow In some mountain commu The wet snow caught trees in full leaf and heavy branches cracked beneath their white cargos with reports like pistol Power wore dragged down by tha weight of accu mulated Live wires hissed and posing danger to school children and other pedestrians slogging through the slushy Many streets in residential areas of Denver and other Col orado cities were choked by fallen branches to the point where automobiles were unable to get The missing reporter was Cecil Osborno of the Pueblo Star Journal who had last been seen Monday afternoon In a truck in the plains area 30 miles north east of Blizzard conditions hampered searchers at but men in jeeps resumed the hunt this morning with snow still The for four missing boys in the Evergreen area was culled off for the time being be tiiuso of the Sheriffs of ficers said the boys could have found shelter in a mountain Snow was up to eight inches deep in some parts of the Den ver area by mldmorning and was still Extensive power failures In Colorado Colorados third largest struck at the the citys evening newspaper business houses and Press service teletypes In tho newspaper stood silent and lino type machines and presses were unable to Reporters turned out stories on the storm and other local events In the hope the power could be resum ed In time to publish a The power failure extended from south of Colo rado to Air Force Aca demy on the Smashed tree limbs left much of the city Broken power lines caused 50 to 70 minor fires in Colorado Much of Fort Morgan In east ern Colorado went without elec tricity for nearly two hours be fore power was Three branches breaking under loads of snow in turn smashed power At feet high in the 16 inches ot snow fell since midnight More than one foot already was on the ground Heavy snow was reported at the mountain passes which slice across the Continental See   

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