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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - September 30, 1959, Corsicana, Texas i i 4 b THE WEATHER LOCAL Considerable cloud iness through Thursday with scattered showers and thunderstorms cooler late Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 78 j 83 I 86 86 j 86 82 80 Complete Weather Report on Market Homeofthe Daily Sun and SemiWeakly Horning LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW rd rails corporates hedging and demand from spot CHICAGO er unchang ed demand mostly top Cattle Higher top AP TELEMATS 1959 SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENTS WITNESSES HAWN SAY PLANE EXPLODED Last Message Gives No Hint HURRICANE ROUGH ON Gracie was rough on cars as it passed over the coastal city of shown by this car blown off the road and covered with AP Wirephoto Of Any Trouble Sept 30 big HoustontoNew York airliner exploded in the air Tuesday streaked across the sky like a and Thir tyfour persons died as struck on a central Texas farm near No Explanation UVARRO MILLS CONTRACT SCHEDULED FOR DECEMBER Sufficient acquisition of land at the site of the Navarro Mills reservoir dam is anticipated by the hurricane now slowed to a tropical advanced steadily northward to day across western North Caro lina and Northwestern heavy rains threatened dangerous The possibility of flash floods tonight was forseen for parts of the Maryland and In Grades wake lay damage Running into millions of dollars and 11 deaths probably attri butable to her winds and The ship was a 75passenger the Army Corps of Engineers Brainiff Airways turboprop to begin the construction phase It carried 28 passengby it has been an ers and a crew of It had nounced by Walter scheduled stops at Dallas and 1 Fort Worth Corps district engi There was no immediate ex planation for the Braniff I Manager Dick Knight that at President Charles Beard told the present time the acquisition newsmen that any statement Of land for the lake to be creat from the company on the posed with the clams construction Col Wells notified Chamber sible cause of the crash would be conjecture and will be de termined by federal is progressing The district according to engineer 30 day night xvith 160mile Vera today was classed of Damage estimates so far have as the worst storm disreached 261 million dollars and At 11 n Japans are still Vast areas of The official toll of known crops were Sea walls the eastern slopes of the southdead reached The previwere rivers flooded ern The hijh klUed the torrential ships Bureau said expected and said He said the presence aboard now are to call for bids of a maintenance the first contract in Novem dell probably had Now in Service The costing was placed in operation only nine days before the A foggy dawn revealed covering construction of a portion of the main embankment earthen dam and for evacua continue northward about 14 Ig34 communications seriously dam miles an In persons are Heavy rains are expected In1 tm missingj and all Japans third largest to Jpnight through Western yu figures might be was left in Of Eastern West when full communicaficials there feared outbreaks of and Western Later tonight the downpours are pected to move into Western and Central restored with devastatdysentery and typhoid and ap i pealed for more doc So Injured have tors and There was also been They included a serious food shortage in the Since heavy rains may AmcricanS tne only flash flooding during the nextlcasuajties Despite heroic rescue efforts Vera smashed into thickly by police and Japanese and populated central Japan thousands were still marooned on Nagoya 24 the Weather Bureau interests located on streams in these areas should be on the alert for later bulle tins and river The storm swirled ashore in the Charleston area Tuesday morning with winds estimated to 140 miles an moun tainous high tides and torrents of She wrought damage all along the coast from Rockies Sector Is Given New Snow Warning 1559 Community ChesS Campaign Gets Under Way Corsica nas 1959 Community Chest campaign to raise was officially set into motion Wednesday at a klckoff break fast of the Advance Gifts Di which was handed the as signment of accounting for 57 per cent of the total Got Big Quota Division Chairman Jay Silver berg revealed to bis task force of worlcprs that the quota of was the largest ever giv en an Advance Gifts Division of a Chest campaign and while it Is a big it can be and should not be approached with fear of fail ure nor dread of the thought of tackling so responsible a Prime Minister Antonio flight the re clothing and with the odor of the planes kerosene fuel pervading the Jack Millrr of Brainiff at Houston said the plane arrived in Houston 22 minutes late and thus was 22 minutes late in leav ing the It became air borne seven minutes later at Miller had no ex planation of why the craft ar rived See Page 9 Bodies still floated in flooded and throngs of refu gee Page 10 Segni Arrives For Talks Corsicana Man Was Awaiting Stricken Plane 30 Clayton son of and Pete Cor waited for the Braniff 30 to i Myrtle and warnings were hoisted ed inland to slash lowland comagain today in the Central munities along a 100mile Rocky Mountain area in the She dwindled in force as she wake of one of the most damagof Italy arrived today and conon in Dallas Tuesday reached the Columbia area and ing snowstorms in the regions ferred with President Eisenbut t ever turned northward toward lottc I The weatherman said Seven persons died in n L i u i The plane crashed near freah bower on international of lhfi See Page 9 Hannah Is Not Yet Threat SouthIsnow would begin falling in the One of his main Wyoming Mountains and to get a first hand report who is serving withdav ern Colorado spreading irom the President on tnfi was scheduled to take over the two states Premier Nikita Khrushchevs thc piane to New York and then The new storm will be transfer to another plane that companied by colder tempera The Italian visitor wns met would take him to Rhode Island at the airport by Vice President his ship hp Cham high in the Colorado Richard Nixon and Secretary plain is dockpcl He been Rockies 75 miles west of Denof State Christian on a twoweek port until Chairman Silver BufJberg challenged his division to Eorger and hold Us first report session Wednesday to nt 3 with as large a Hurricane with winds recorded the nations lowest They escorted him to the White McCains wife and a brother See Page 10 Accident Turns Man Into Torch up to 100 two Dennis a member of the was only a chance that it follow Gracie to the At 11 EST the seasons mnm continued early today todav and there degrees below Nixon merely ushered Kegn high school football would The massive storm crippled a into Eisenhowers greentinted accompanied him to Dal 250milR area extending from oval office and then to Herter and Italian Foreign were flattened and Minister Giuseppe Pella sat in d from the ground on the ElsenhowerSegni and Voo far from the coast tolShattered tree Hmbs made a greeting Prime inn vnt whnther it will follow shambles of hundreds of tell yet it uUl sections of metwould help in ropolitan areas was policies which will brng pe Highways between the mounand prosperity for all peoples of and the Kansas border the safd Segnis v Gfacies said Weather It could very easily veer on a northwest instead of west northwest said Chief Storm Forecaster Gordon The more it veers to the the better chance it has of missing the three waited for the airliner that was never to ar McCain and Dennis re turned to Corsicana at 3 s and the Navy man still had not departed from the of commander of the Corsicana substation of freak explosion in an asphalt truck hurled fuel tank across a street showering a pedestrian with flaming butane and turning him into a human The ran about 100 clawing at his flaming bnfore col He was reported in very critical The big cargo truck WHS wait were many vere So At least two deaths at tributed to the storm in Den See Page 5 UNITED 30 Minister French foreign Maurice Couve De Murville declared today Presi dent De Gaulles Algerian peace plan is the only way to end the fiveyearold North African con In a policy statement before the 82nation general Couve De Murville challenged of the UN to inter file French Algerian the right vene in The he assert exceeded tho limits of its competency when it voted to consider the The French diplomat charged further that UN debate in the past has aggravated the Al gerian conflict rather than con tributing to a He made no reference to Frances re ported decision to take no part In UN debate on Algeria when Rainfall Heavy At San Angelo Funnels Seen By Thn Associated Tress Heavy rains late Tuesday and early Wednesday drenched sec tions of especially the San Angelo after a day of harmless tornado San Angelo recorded an early morning downpour of inch es bringing the total 24hour rainfall ending at 6 Wedncs the State Highway reing for a light when the explo ported Wednesday that he wrapped it in patched several of his units to Buffalo Tuesday night when he learned of the of the truck euf fcrnd slight tion of the site of the I expect to open bids and award the contract in Decem he Wells said the Corps will continue with real estate ac quisition working progressively upstream of the dam site in the reservoir The Corps also See Page 10 Michigan Negro Guard Officers Boycott Texas 30 UP The Detroit Times said today that two negro Michigan National Guard officers withdrew as dele gates to the National Guard conference in San when told by the Texas adjutant general they would have to observe racial segrega tion The negro officers said in a statement they were aware of Texas aegregational laws and had planned to observe them but lhat they withdrew as delegates when adjutant general of Texas wrote thn Michigan adjutant generals office that special arrangements were being planned to accom nodale Thcy said it was Berrys spelling out restric tions that prompted their with Some delegates and visitors are expected to attend the conference which opens The negro both vet erans of World War II and are William commander of the Platos first missile 177th and Major Mar vin U battalion staff Both are teachers in the Detroit public school The Times said General Ber See Page 5 Laoiian Troops Claim Advance 30 30 Khrushchev told his Rod Chinese hosts in Peiping tonighttoward that we must do everything possible to preclude war as a 30 Prodded by President Eisenhow opposing sides In the 78tlay old steel strike went back into negotiations Elsenhower set an apparent deadline of 8 for progress settling the dispute has idled steel and several hundred means of settling outstanding thousands of others in related since July The visiting Soviet premier The President held separate talks with union and manage ment leaders at thc White then said he sincerely hoped an agreement can be initiated before my return to Washington next He is duo back from his trip to Palm on a week from spoke at a reception given Chinese Communist It was the second time Khru fresh from conferences with President had spoken out for easing cold war tensions since his arrival in Peiping early in the Khrushchev declared at the airport hat everything must Tajks thflt be done to clear the atmosphere L the union as uscless and create condtions or inter restimcd thjs afterno0n national Top off clata a had not met with the union any Chinese rocking of the negotiators previously took sides expressed hopes Peiping radio described the Khrushchev Mao meeting as cordial and The two giants of world com munism were closeted with their topranking Chinese and Soviet They included Chinese Presi Seo Page 10 Seo Page 10 Nikita S sit Sid Richardson Dies Suddenly At Coast Lodge fcff Cost Taxpayers About 30 30 one of the died The bill 13da CORPUS Tex i Sitl Richardson worlds richest men at his island lodge neai Corpus Christi today of an ap parent heart He was 68 Ho died at his home on Josephs which is 5 miles from Rockport and about 30 miles up the const from Cor for Nikita Khrushchevs pus accessible only by American visit About plane or Who pays John Those in the house looked In on him narllrr and said he seem Thn figures arent In he About 9 am added up hut officials Phil Russell of Fort Worth sponsihle for such things are L went to chock and sure the Soviet premiers state found him Ho has not visit was the costliest boon known to bn in ill Thn usunl state complete Richardson had gone to the Is wilh nationwide costs thellnnrl government well under Richardson was mystery But Khrushchevs trek set a fipum throughout his number of His party incept for occasional contact with ex nnn Sco Page 11 Skirmishes with proCorn private groups paid tho tali miinfst rebel anrl a major for of the dinners and advance by Laotian government troops wore reported today as Tne sutn Depnrtment rieclin the UN fact finding committee od lo iny COfit ngurps eluded 71 larger ihnnjthe great of tho He wns He was protected by the most elaborate security forces ever provided a foreign guest in this They in cluded federal military units and slate and local Thn government paid expenses too for about 40 Americans who trnvclnd with the party or ahead of ft to smooth tho CIllos prepared for i twoday inspecduring the tion trip in the jungled you 1 tains of North A mililnry communique said Pa the t Lao Rebels killed in the past few days of fighting in thn A defense ministry man said government troops had recaptured all tho Nam Ma parallel and close to the twisting border of North Viet on the ground invite n guest to banquet and then toll him whnt it is President fc poet equally when he can ex Lsh treatment Russia next the issue conies up later this dav to 4i38 Midland measured inches Couve De Murville appealed a misty fall continued past for a ceasefire in Algeria as a Some minor flooding oc preliminary to a referendum curred in which would decide the future Corpus Christi had a 24hour of the strifetorn fall of Early morn It is up to the Algerianshng showers fell around Green themselveH to choose their own in North he Early morning temperatures Couve De Murville outlined from 37 just 5 the De Gaulle plan for selfdegrees above at Dai determination which would perhart to 79 degrees at Corpus mit independence if Algerians Christ vote for He pledged a More scattered thundershow honest referendum within four erfl were expected to develop be years after peace has been rehind a cold front that early stored and invited observers Wednesday a s from the outside to witness the stretching from to just north of Fort The way is honest and The heaviest rainfall report he It Is the ed in the San Angelo area was only one that can put an 7 inches on the 7D 28 within a short space of miles northwest of See Page 11 See TEXAS Page 5 School BusTruck Crash Profesls Peiping Attack CHARLES HAWN Only Two Parts Of Artery Not Ready In County By MITRRAY Daily Sun Staff Another section of Interstate Highway 75 was formally opened Wednesday at 11 in ribboncutting ceremonies at Charles a member of the Texas Highway cut the white rib bon stretched across the south bound traffic officially opening tho sevenmile stretch extending from miles north of Richland to one mile south of LnrjEre Crowd Numerous persons were pres ent for the ceremonies which were held amidst the roar of northbound traffic and south bound traffic channelled to an other lane for the Work on the proj ect was begun in September last The completion leaves only the section of Interstate 45 from Richland south to Strcetman and the Corsicana bypass not Makes Expressway Hawn said that when five In terstate 45 projects are complet ed between Corsicana and Dal with the exception oC the programmed bypass around Cor there would be a GOmlle exprfiBSway downtown pal lasto tho He praised tho Navarro coun ty Commissioners Court and other responsible Navarro Coun ty citizens for the part they played in giving Navarro Coun ty a good head start Jn the cur See NEW ROAD Page 10 Couniys GoOperaiion Praised Highly Members of the Navarro coun ty commissioners court and former members with whom he has worked were praised by Charles Hawn of member of the Texas Highway in an Interview Wednesday aside from hts com plimentary remarks at the rib boncutting ceremony near An The ribboncutting formally opened a section of Interstate 15 in Navarro a seg ment of the fourlane access controlled superhighway being constructed from Dallas to Gnl veston via Conroc and Fine Coopurulion Your court has shown fine co operation with your highway commission and I to pub licly praise and thank those far sighted and progressive county Hawn And then he added that other Navarro county citizens well as the members of the commis sioners court hove boon coop erative in tho furtherance of ihe highway We certainly have had flno Sen Page 10 30 A bus filled with school children and teachers en route to n jun ior high school football game collided headon Tuesday night with a huge tank The violent crash killnd eight per sons six students and two teachers and injured 23 others including 21 The bus from and the truck col lided at a highway intersection on the eastern edge of this east Texas There was no The impact hurled some child ren to the demolished the bus and the trucks The principal of the Vernon JuniorHigh School and driver of the bus his Billy 12 Melba teach er Kenneth and 30 Hus sein Zulficar acting for eign called In Red Chl nnts and relatives crowded hos1 nas ambassador reported pital rooms and halls ns they jy to fln attack on the sought their At Paris United Arab Republic by Sy an emergency call for blood donrian Communist Leader Khal ors brought out 400 de Bakdash In Peiping By Syrian Red VflVJPtQ Pan 30 11 W I Q I J If U 11 sein Zulficar Snhrv nrilnn I When Rex Three A second bus carrying the The Middle East News Agon Paid other Zack Au drey Sue 13 and Wauk ita a died from Frankie who suf fered thine broken recall ed from a hospital bed 1 this big old truck coming right at us Then there was this It pitched me six or Vernon Junior High School cy announced the WASHrNfTOM football squad arrived a few Chen wan summoned L cplt minutes after the of the behavior romicr Nikita Khrush Chinese government in allowing chev was tolcl on nifi visit here The truck was en route lojKhalde Bakdash to attack he Unit if Russia settled its lend Grand a saltproducing UAR during celebrations of the lease debt the United States after delivering a load of 10th anniversary of the Chinese would find it easier to wipe out game was salt revolution n trade harriers between the two bus made a signal lo turn left and then for some roa son I just couldnt miss It was said I saw the driver seven feet up into the front I couldnt get my breath for a long I dont remem ber gel ting out of the Jimmy remembered ho was sitting beside a girl and Exact cause of the accident UAR diplomats walked out was not It occurred at a when Bakciash He tie Undor Secretary of Yshfiped Officers dared that a part of the Dillon reported this today in State said the bus was going north is ruled by Egyptian reply to reporters and the truck south when the bourgeoiso and BritishAmerl He also said thai Khrushchev bus driver started to turn onto the branch of the Officers said apparently the Thn incident plunged UAR China relations to n new il we were cutting Somebody bus driver decided he couldnt ow of Grand the truck was injured and taken to a He was en route home from where he had de livered a load of Killed in the crash were Jack The nrxt thing I re mnmber I was outside the one of the first at the said the kids were scattered Ambulances took the injured to hospitals at Paris and Sulphur Anxious par make it and swerved back toCairo mornmp papois carried the At the they Red banner headline the truck driver apparently cnais with registered strong objections dur ing the Ciimp David talks to what the premier considered JiHcrinii nation against the So viot Union in American trade cut to It was quite clear in his talks to his left in an attempt The incident appears to be wlth Khrushchev on trade miss the which he bringing to a head months of DUlon Umt whon thought was going to turn ieft Egyptian resentment Khrushchev thought tho So in front of against the Hen Iviets were being mated like The vehicles collided in al The Red led a Com Lomp form of outcast lhey most the middle of the Sea Page not like it a He said the only agreement reached was one to negotiate on a lendIease This ncgotintion probably will bo in n Dillon rarigements out quickly The United 800 million month or At said he hoped ar would be worked with the Soviet States has asked dollars In final settlement of obligations for wartime aid 2 lendleaae which totaled around billion The Soviet In prolonged negotiations heguu soon after the end of World War offered 300 million dol The two countries finally deadlocked over the gap and negotiations have been inactive for several Dill ion discussed at a news See 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