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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - October 1, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL with occa sional rain and scattered thunderstorms through Friday no important tempera ture Thermometer Readings 9 10 11 12 1 2 76 p79 82 86 88 89 90 Complete Weathw Report an Market HJHomeoftht Daily Sunand SemiWeekly Morning LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESSAP TELEMATS MAIIKETS AT A GLANCE NEW selective Gov ernments hedging and CHICAGO unchanged de mand near months un top Steady to strong top SECTIONS PRICE FIVE Torrential Rains Hood Fort Dal ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft I Dock Workers Strike Atlantic And Gulf Ports PLANE Is the tall section of the Braniff Airlines that exploded and crash ed near Twentyeight passengers and six members of the plane crew died In the AP Wirephoto Virginia Tornado Kills 11 1 tornado born of a dying hurricane dropped like a bomb gleepy little com Eleven peopie 10 of them members of the same The savage twister swooped dpwn out of torrential rain pro duced by tropical storm Gracie two hours after relatively minor tornado had struck not far Twelve of the 14 members of the families of Edwin Morris about and his Ervin Morris were at home in the duplex they Nine perished almost their bodies thrown with explosive force upon a wooded The remaining three were in A hundred yards distant the roof blew off the house of Ray mond as he and his wife and their son sought refuge in the A stone chimney toppled and Bruce was I heard a roaring up the back sounded like a train I saw Ervin Morris run ning into his and then the roof started coming off my said who with his son suffered only minor in The roof went tip about 50 My wife and I ran to Wore Snow In Rockies Area ward the kitchen then the chimney came More of it hit my wife than Witnesses said the Morris du plex simply disintegrated under the assault of the Res cuers who fought their way to the scene over flooded and al most impassable roads said the largest piece of its furnishings See Page 10 1 state of emergency was declared for Denver today by Mayor Dick Batterton in the wake of the worst earlyfall snowstorm in more than 20 Intermittent light snow con tinued to fall from leaden skies afternoon and the weather was close to the freezing Residential streets in Denver are littered with twisted anri Droken limbs smashed by snow that began falling Monday More than 14 inches of snow has fallen while Col orado 65 miles to the has had more than 20 Batterton called on residents to cooperate in helping city crews to remove debris left by the Officials at Lowry Air Force base adjoining the city promised help with man power and Fresh snow during the night left 22 inches of white stuff on the ground at feet high in the Colorado Rock Japan Papers Critical Over Typhoon Toll At the base of the Colorado Springs received sev en inches of fresh snow and at dawn had 20 inches on the Winds that ranged up to 35 created blizzard condi tions at Rock in south west Cheyenne had See Page 10 1 UP newspapers severely Japanese criticized the government today for noi taking steps they said could have lowered the death toll of Ty phoon With bodies counted and hope virtually abandoned for 741 still the typhoon last Saturday was ona of mod ern historys greatest storm dis The press charged both local and national officials failed to strengthen flood defenses against rivers which broke theit banks after the typhoons tor rential rains and drowned Newspapers said the popula tion of devastated by the full force of the storms 160 mile was not adequately They also charged thai rescue operations were slow in Prime Minister Nobusuke Kis speaking to the Japanese Newspaper Publishers promised allout efforts to speed Deputy Prime Minister Shuj See Page 6 SHIPPING BROUGHT TO STANDSTILL Walkout Means Another Blow To Economy NEW 1 UP Nettled over contract negoUa dock workers handling ship cargoes on Atlantic and Gulf coasts struck today despite pleas of the government and wishes of their As a shipping on two thirds of the American coast line was virtually brought to Tankers Exceptions Hundreds of dry cargo sels were tied Fuel tank ers generally were exceptions because they were handled bj other The strike meant further for a nation already suffering economic effects of a recorc strike by Previous strikes of long dura tion by the Longshoremen have turned many major ports into ghost harbors and produced severe hardships for much busi ness and Developments Fast There seemed to be no Immed iate chance to halt the new walk out by the Independent Interna tional Longshoremens which was kicked out of the AFLCIO years ago for alleged racketeer domination but was recently Invited back to the See Page V Sandstorm Is hes Greeting n California PALM deeply embarrassed Chamber of Commerce promis d President Eisenhower good olflng weather today the varm sun prescribed for The President flew across he continent from Washington out of the fringe of hurricane only to ar ive in this desert resort coun ry in the midst of a gusU There just wasnt any But trying to ihake a nagging cold he has had since Labor obviously vas pleased hy a hearly wel and the prospect of plentj of golf during the next He arranged a match at the El Dorado Country Cluo about four miles from he home of his old friend 3eorge at nearby La The pregame Steel Talks Resume At Pittsburgh UN Disarmament Storm Due TEXAS DIPLOMAT PICKED FOR HARD MANILA POST UNITED 1 Disarmament is lated for priority when the main political down to busi Storm is blowing up over Diplomatic sources said today President Eisenhower has pick ed career diplomat John Dewey now Envoy to to he Ambassador to the Hickerson has served at the sensitive listening ot Hel sinki since At Ma he would succeed Charles who has been as signed to the State Department Hospital And College Nurse Project Sought Mao Parades China Muscles 1 lig flexed his military and muscles today for Ni LKhrushchev with a vast lie celebrating Red Chinas More than Ise took J Chinese Com leader put on his big of force in Peiplng less hours after his guest in two important had in effect urged to keep the peace of on the high red Bis of the forbidden citys gnificent gate of heavenly Khrushcheand big men of the Communist brld took the salute as 144 155 jet fighters and nbers and 99 tanks roared Peiping which gave a nning account of the ccre said it was the biggest jiilitary display ever made by Ihinas Communist of the Red fcavy and air force marched by Imder the eye of their new Defense Minister Lin the man Chinese volunteers drove Dou Yalu river in Lin talked tough about Na tionalistheld In an order of the day to his he said the Red regime wruld take Formosa by one means or In an obvious reference to the United he asserted that no foreign country can interfere in leader of the world Communist vent to Pelping after a 13day tour of the United States and talks with President Eisenhower in which both agreed that peace ful methods must be used to solve international On his arrival in Peiping Wednesday the Soviet premier told the Chinese Reds and vis iting Communist delegations that the Red world must do everything possible to preclude war as a means of settling out standing Chinese Premier Chou EnLai said Wednesday night he wel corned the ElsenhowerKhrush chev which em phasized a lessening of world But no other hints have been given of official Chi nese reaction to Khrushchev Peiping radio said the mil tary parade took 40 minutes and that it was followed by demonstration by work Nine massive columns o peoples marching wit confident strode past th reviewing said the liv broadcast from the square bui by one of Chinas emperors 50 years The square was decorate with slogancarrying balloon Chinese flow ers and huce pictures for th A big painting of Ma hung on the main unde the On the souther on the cenotaph to the wa was a portrait of Sun Ya father of Republican Ch At the eastern and wester ends of the square were pain ings of the dead greats of worl communism Engel Lenin and Stormy ovations swept th square as chairman Mao Tze See Page 7 Ben president of Navarro Junior member of a statewide steering committee to set up criteria and urricula for nursing educa ion hopes that nstitution and Memorial his hos pital can establish such a pro The Kellogg Founda will pay the cost of the first yuar of a twoyear pilot Graduates of such a curse can get credit for two years toward degrees as regis tered it was Jones and DeanRegistrar aston Gooch attended a meeting at the University of when the propos al set up The purpose of the Kellogg grant Is to establish three pilot projects in nursing education In junior colleges with local hos pital The three colleges will be determined nt a later bu Jones said he hoped tha NJC and Memorial Hospital can qualify for one of the projects Jones is on the commit tee setting up criteria for es of these project and curricula to be La ter announcements will be made Jones announcement was that Eisenhower would play with Washington usinessman who also has a arm near the Presidents at William Robinson of New board chairman of Coca Cola and freeman the Amos of See Page 10 LYRICIST RECOVERING NEW 1 Oscar Hammerstein Broad way is con alescing from an abdominal op The removed a malignant was perform ed 21 at New York Hos Russians Buy Cuba Sugar At Bargain Price HAVANA toda announced the sale of tons of raw sugar to the Soviet Union at the bargain price of cents a cents under the world The Institute for Sugar Stab ilization said tons are for delivery this the bal ance in Cuba sold the Soviets about tons of sugar in which they quickly resold on the world The Institute said although a sacrifice was made in the the size of the latest trans action was highly constructive for the market because it near ly completes Cubas quota under the world sugar agreement and substantially reduces reserve as an adviser on Soviet 61yearold previously has served as assist ant secretary of state for Uni ed Nations affairs and as di ector of European Hickerson Is a graduate of he University of served i the Army in World War and began his long career in he Foreign Service at Mexico in He served in Latin American iosts at Rio De Janeiro and until 1925 when e was moved to Cana He later returned to the State He was assistant chief of WVst European affairs from 930 to 1940 and during World War II was assigned to the Am erican section of the perman ent joint defense board for the United States and a post he held from 1940 to 1946 The following year he e director of European af See Page 6 Son 0 Kerens Pair Is Victim Of Plane Crash 1 of 3329 airline employe traveling as a on the Braniff is the son of and Herbert Stevenson who reside on a farm seven miles north of He is reported to driven n automobile to Houston for a friend and was en route home on the plane that Funeral arrangements are not The victim was not reared at but his father was a resident of Powell for a num ber of Surviving are his lolimda Stevenson two Conrad and Billy Stevenson a Kyle all of Dallas and Kerens bro Herbert Dallas Ed Holmes and other vhich arms proposal will get op At least two groups with ri plans are reported maneu vering to head the list when he five disarmament items come up for debate in the 82 nation The commit ee starts work some time next The Russians reportedly are making a strong bid to head UN Assemblys ommittee gets the agenda with Premier Niki a Khrushchevs proposal for total disarmament within foui They are running into opposi tion from a large segment of the bloc which priority for Moroccos de mand that France cancel plans Sec Page 10 1 UP Steel under White House pressure to end the 79 layold steel strike before opened a new round of con ract talks Both United Steelworkers President David McDonald and industry negotiator Con rad Cooper appeared in good spirits as they arrived for the They joked briefly with newsmen but otherwise had no The talks were scheduled to resume at 10 EDT but were delayed for at least one A union spokesman said the Industry requested the de ay because some members of negotiating team were late n arriving from Washington where the two sides met yester The strike has a half million members of the United Steelworkers in the basic steel In nearly 000 employes in allied Industries have been KATY TRAIM IS DERAILED BY WASHOUT High Waters In Many Spots Stall Morning Traffic By The Associated Press Torrential rains derailed a snarled city threat ened homes with flooding and sent streams out of their banks n North and Central Texas Rains measuring up to more than 6 inches flooded sections of Fort Worth and sot about 125 amilles scurrying from their Officials at Richland Hills said the water damage may be the greatest in the his tory of the oftflooded com Gasoline Tax Up One Penny The federal government started taking an extra penny tax on each gallon of gasoline today to keep work going on the In terstate Highway The increase from three cents a gallon to four is estimated to raise about a billion dollars foi the building program in 21 It expires July 1961 unless Congress changes the Without the extra money the government would have had to stop making allotments to the states to pay its 90 per cent share of the superhighway sys tem Hope To Spot Distant Missiles At To Build Biggest Radar The defense has announced plans to build the worlds biggest known an aluminum mesh disc anten na three times the size of a football The huge electronic research and measuring machine will be erected in Puerto Its prime mission will be the clos ing of a big gap in efforts to perfect a sure defense against ballistic The spherical bowlshaped an tenna of the radar will meas ure feet in This is 400 feet wider than the radio telescope antenna being built by the Navy at Sugar The largest operating radar or radio antenna is the 250foot diameter one near Man The Pentagons advance re search projects agency has au thorized the Air Research and Development Command to con tract with Cornell University for construction of the Puerto Rico The Army engineers will acquire about 70 acres for the site and oversee the instal The Pentagon said the designed to measure changes or modifications in the charged particles of will be operating within two years at a cost of about 4 12 million dol Unlike the Navy radio tele scope in West the big dish in Puerto Rico will be im Only the feud which transmits the electric im pulses reflected into will be Defense officials said that although the giant radars prin cipal mission will be to heln track precisely the movement of ballistic it will have many general scientific pur A defense scientist said that among other the new radar will permit mapping o the moon in new and powerfu permit electronic contac with Mars and Venus and be able to bounce Impulses of f th muchmoredistant plant Jupl When Installed and operating at a Puerto Rico location no specifically ra dar will be able to scan an area of space extending from the equator northward to Flor By moving the transmittei even greater stretches o space can be The gigantic when op will not seek to pick up a ballistic missile directly bu will permit scientists to demon See Page 7 Cynda Cason Is First To Reign On Chest Drive nlmictive orsicmlii Miph School as been selected as Corsicanas Irst Miss Community Chest nd as such will reign at future ampaign division kickoff break asts and he a featured personal ly in the Chest parade here At n second planning ession Thursday held in the snvnrro Hotel Sun rep esentalives of the Community Chest supported agencies were nfnrmed of Miss Casons selec ion by her Each room of the senior class lominated a candidate for the itle and from the several nom nees the High School Student Council elected Miss Cnson who s the daughter of and Robert Next a contest will he conducted to name the I960 Miss Community Chest to iUccocd Miss It was announced Thursday hat the Chest parade will form n the vicinity of North Main street and West Third avenue n three sections and will march south on Main to West urn east to Beaton and proceed north on Beaton to Third ave lue where It will Each of the 11 Community See Page 6 See Page 7 Court Approves Lease Renewal On County Farm Renewal of the lease on the county farm near Chatfield was approved by the Commissioners Court at the regular meeting Thursday Winds Damaging The disturbance kicked up ligh winds which ripped Into he Gordon Junction community hree miles south of the town of Gordon In Palo Pinto Coun The wind caused property damage but there were no in juries J A woman passenger was treat ed for a bruised shoulder after three cars of a sevencar mall and passenger train left tha Missouri Kansas Texas tracks at a washout in Red south of Dallas In Ellis Rural Roads Closed State Highways 121 and numerous rural roads wi cliisod high water The lease of Siangan Fort Worth and Dallas n which caught thn raflrfi renewed for for the period extending from to Standard has made his offer by bid which was the highest Surface rights are covered by the Standard reportedly used the 79acre piece of prop erty for farming and for live stock grazing purposes during he current lease Commissioner Jack Precinct entered KECAITIIKE HOUSTON oy was arrested A Houston today nearly 24 hours after escaping an Aus in State Hospital where he was after admitting kill ng a 3yearold Cius Al bert was arrested near Two months ago Weis admitted killing Linda OPry ind throwing her body into Buf alo the motion and Arlon Commissioner Pre cinct seconded The vote was Onee vised as work farm for county the located northeast of Corsicana See Page 6 OAR Boycotts Red Reception 1 The newspaper Al Ahram said to day Red Chinese ambassador Chen ChiaKang refused to ac cept personally a United Arab Republic note protesting a speech made In Pelping Sunday by Khaled exiled Sy rian Communist The speech was critical of the United Arab Chen told UAR Deputy For eign Minister Hussein Zulficar Sabry Wednesday he was refus ing note to await clarifica tion from his the paper Sabry then sent the to the Chinese The newspaper Akhbar said all UAR officials are staying away from a Chinese embassy reception on occasion of Red Chinas 10th Dallas measured an inches for the 24 hours endl ng at dawn Inches of it coming between midnight and 5 Grand between Dallas See Page 8 Ciiy Rainfall For Year Well Above Average Rainfall In Corsicana for the first nine months of 1959 ex ceeded the average precipitation by according to Weather Bureau The rains for the first nine months total Inches while the average is over The years average la inches and through September Corsicana lacks only Inches ivith the three final months to The average rainfall for Oc November and Decem ber total Septembers rain was Inches while the average la POPE REC15IVKS BLIND VATICAN 1 Pope John XXIII received blind persons in special audience today and urged them to give tin example of faith to the spirit ually blind of the Those in the audience camn to Romo to attend the second Internation al congress of the Apostolic Crusade of the an organ ization founded In in SCHOOL BUS AND TRUCK school laden with adults and rhildren en route to a foothail collided with a salt transport truck near Six dents and two teachers were killed and 23 oth ers were AP Wirephoto   

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