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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - October 2, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Saturday with widely scattered thundershowers no important temperature Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 77 80 I 83 I 87 I 80 I 91 1 93 Complete Weather Report oa Bfarket Home of Daily Sunand Semi Weekly Morning MARKETS AT A OUNCE NEW most ensures eov ernments Cotton slow CHICAGO short good Oats short I top top LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS 101 OCTOBER PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS r t mm XlISING of Fossil Creek In the low southeast section of Richland Hills in rose swiftly toward the top of two cars trapped a sudden deluge of AP Wirephoto ft ft ft ft ft ft ft OKLAHOMA 2 WP deaths were reported to day in a floodstricken area of Oklahoma where one city was isolated and rain continued to The college city of in north central was cut off from automobile trafffic by high water and the National Guard and Army Reserves were called out to assist in the evacu ation of Civil Defense authorities at Stillwater said the flood is the worst in Lake Carl eight miles and Boomer Lake on the north edge of Stillwater poured tons of water into streams that flow through the city of popu At 10 a heavy rain be gan falling An official at Oklahoma State University said the football which plays Kansas State Saturday at be flown out instead of trans ported by Major flooding was forecast on the Cottonwood Creek at Guthrie and on Bird Creek at Skiatook in eastern The Highway Patrol said two died when their 1 12 ion loaded with plunged into a flooded creek be tween Ripley and The victims were identified as Tony Jack and his of A heavy rain and the swollen creek prevented the couple from seeing that a portion of a bridge on a county road had been wash ed the patrol Both See Page 7 Colorado Musters Cleanup Manpower Hannah Moves Away From 2 UP Hurricane losing a lit tle steam but still dangerous to any ship in its curved northeast of Bermuda well away from the Atlantic At 5 EST reconnais sance planes located the hurri cane about 250 miles east north east of Bermuda and 420 miles east southeast of Cape The center of the storm still packed 125 and winds of hurricane force extend ed outward 70 miles on the northeastern side and 45 miles to the 2 IP battered Colorado cities called today on military state prisoners and volunteers for help in a mammoth cleanup Intermittent snow and rain spit out of leaden skies for the fifth straight At least six deaths were blam ed on the savage storm that struck with midwinter fury Monday John of Ship Appeals Court Denies Dallas Legal Guidance NEW PARLEYS BEING HELD PITTSBURGH Washington And New York Buzz With New Rumors 2 David president of the striking United Steelwork expressed pessimism today about a quick end to the nationwide 80day old steel As he arrived at a midlown hotel to resume negotiations with the steel industry repre McDonald was asked by reporters if he was still as hopeful as he had been Thurs The union chief replied Im afraid Im not hope Conrad chief in dustry arrived ar rived moments after McDonald but declined to comment on McDonalds Cooper also declined to comment on possibilities of an early end to the costly Todays session was the third in two days since President Eisenhower told both aides he wanted to see quick progress in the Forty minutes after the morn ing session started two members of the industry negotiating Local WORK BREAK rVISOr noonn SAFE TEXAS DRIVERS DUE INSURANCE PREMIUM CUTS Safeannounced bv the state board of 2 The llth Texas Appeals Court up held today a lower court which refused to accept jurisdiction in the Dallas school system inte gration The board thus has no legal guidance on whether it should follow Federal Court orders to integrate or follow state laws which call for civil and criminal penalties if a school board de segregates withoul a favorable The appeals court agreed with a Dallas District Court that the school system and its board have yet suffered no penalties and thus no controversy legally ex The board earlier indicated it planned to appeal the case as high as which would be to the Texas Supreme if it obtained no guidance in the appeals A Federal District Court also has refused to accept jurisdic Both the federal and state suits were filed by the board to seek guidance on which author ity it must United States or The board is under federal court order to integrate with all deliberate but no date has been died at of Police said he tried to find shelter in an automobile junk Earl of died Thursday of head injuries inflicted hy a falling tree Four other men died of heart seizures while clearing snow and debris from their Mayor Dick who said Denvers damage runs into aaid nearby Lowry All Force base has assigned 50 men and is ready provirln more manpower U Aoeded to help in r the citys The service is bringing in mechanized tree equipment to speed disposal of broken limbs lining almost every street in the A halfdozen other cities were in the same plight as Byron Saundcra was convicted Streets were plugged with of perjury and assessed a broken branches ripped loose Pison drivers in Texas will 20 mil lion dollars next year in insur ance premiums while accident prone motorist a will have to shell out that much This will result from the In surance plan effective 1 Paper Reports IkeKhrushchev the strains of How Good the Peo ples Communes 1 12 mil lion Chinese danced and sang Lisler has heen appoint ed supervisor for the local op tion election in Ward 1 Wed October by Kenneth county who stated Friday morning he was entering the proper orders In county court and sending activity from Maine to FIZZLE Ships Marooned Most Railheads Nearly Silent 2 the official Texas was paralyzed today by a all night in Peiplnga Square of I jucige Douglas said the petistrike of union dock A Heavenly Peace to celebrate sjffnRd by Lister and 42 threatened backtowork Berlin Details 2 Presi John Morse of Bethle See STEEU Page 12 Austin Jury Finds Saunders Guilty Perjury 2 Former State Insurance Chairman See Page 12 Milder Texas Weather Slated Both Saunders and his wife gasped as the Criminal District Court clerk read the jury ver The jury had been out about 16 hours but only spent a little more than five hours in delib It is the first time In Texas dent Eisenhower and Premier Khrushchev have laid the basis for an agreement on the West Berlin newspaper Tnlngmf reported today from what it called a reliable The Telegrnf has close ties with West Berlin Mayor Willy Accordingto the there are three main points of an accord reached at the Camp David A Corridor would be esta blished across he 110 miles of Communist German terri tory that separate West Berlin from the remainder of West Western troops would re main in not as oc but to guarantee and supervise the new The United Stoles would not object to a pepnrate pence treaty between the Soviet Union and Communist East Such an agreement would probably be opposed hy the West German government giving increased prestige to Communist German would also be interpreted nas first 10 years of Red othcp qualified voters oC Ward en t by a big Brooklyn local Today Khrushchev and Mao requested the appointment of failed to got clown to business again in a and was presentThe rebellion apparently was their third conference since the led to him by Horace squelched by top union leaders Russian leader arrived Wednescity late Tbursas the vast shipping tleup enter cd its second day on the Atlantic A broadcast announc1 Foley presiding and Gulf ng this parley gave no indicajudge for the appoint Dally tion of the It said partied by the commissioners court An industry official put its clpants included Soviet Foreign for that Ward for this election cost at 20 million dollars a Minister Andrei Gromykoand and all general elections and The Brooklyn local Communist party secretary MikDemocratic chairman of the of the International Longshore hail Chinese was one of the Is headed by thony Tough Tony Anaataslai and often has been a thorn to top union Thursday it voted to call off the strike In Its pos sibly as a result of heavy dam age suits threatened by employ Soon Withdrawn But when the test at 8 as cargo handlers rej Ieal nistoiT a person has been By Tho Associated Press Fog and drizzle drifted the Panhandle and Upper South tned On of perjury be Plains Friday in the path of alfore a legislative cool front which touched off Thn lwo ear3 l3 thfi turbulent weather Thursday in mum a conviction could much of the northern half of T is 1Q A The along a line from northwest of Wichita Falls to west of moved slowly Behind it law aroas hard hit hy torrents of rain and the floods they heavy hail and high But forecasts called for noth ing more serious than scattered thundershowers in East and Central Texas and thunder conviction cannot be The jury studied the case about three hours Thursday night and resumed its deliber ations at attorneys served notice they would ask a new the first step in appeal ing the Judge Mace Thurrnan held that Saunders could free on his bond of until the motion for new trial is disposed A A Vx 1 i 1 1 f storms in West Texas through had no puhlic com fint ri f rt 4Vin T t T ment after the His wife Dallas and See Page 12 Fort Worth caught the worst of the Thursday TYPHOON The Trinity River went on a 2 UP Nation as the It insurance From a study of more than accident reports at the Department of Public the board calculated motorisU operating 57 per cent of the states automobiles will save 20 per cent in These are Ihe ones who have had no acci dents in the last three Many Due Boosts Another 16 per cent of the drivers will pay the same rates while the remainder will find collision and liability rates in creased up to 100 per The premium will depend on the number of accidents or See Page 9 Only Figuring Taxes Easier On New Forms 2 Uncle Sam has taken the wraps off a new1 Income tax It has fewer fewer instructions and fewer blanks to fill in than the standard form it will replace for many tax But it will he just as painful as pvnr when it comns to that final blank on he total tax The tax rate is Thn shortcut caller will be mailed to about 17 million Americans between Christmas and New YoulParalytlc polio cases totaled 301 See Page Chou Foreign Minister Chen Yi and Defense Minister Lin The noisy which the Communist new Chinese News Agency aald was repeated throughout the China was witnessed by Soviet Pre mier Nikita Red Chinese boas Mao TzeTungand other top Communists from around the The funmaking came after a huge military demonstration of Ireland And Malaya Drop Tibet Pressure UNITED ported for the morning shape 2 and Malaya have up or call to work at the up any effort to have the the only move toward usual generalassembly pin blame orations was made by 15 artillery jet bombon Communist China for supThey started to go to work on a ers and fighters and a parade pression of the Tibetan uprisfreighter but were quickly with of civilian marchers injin last v They done cUplomsts It wasrit rloar who reported in to get them but a few the Chinese the Me the Red News Agency worklne 82nation assembly to adopt i some resolution on how ever They need ft two t hird vote to get a resolution In prospective Ireland and Malaya had men tioned Communist China only onceas party to 1051 Chl nosnTihetnn agreement guaran teeing the Tibetans re ligious and other Rut some delegates objected ns See Page 6 Dodgers Down White Sox 43 To Even Series 2 UP Two tremendous home runs by Char lie Neal and a plnchhlt homer whole troubleby Chuck Esscgian gave the can use it if your income the third highestLome fsHllc Of KCntlng Communist comeback Los Angeles Dodgera slttdents and commune See Page 6 High Incidence Maintained By Paralytic Polio 2 Ihis would reviving tho Rrounds for sists of wages and nalnry re1950 weekly figure but 28 less china in the United a victory over the Chicago See Page 9 al police said today bodies have now been victims of Typhoon In police lists show missing and injured in last week ends savage making the prospect of reunify ing the country even more re Wild Ecuador Rioihin Deadly Ont 2 Guayaquil counted two dead and four seriously injured today in the nftermath of wild rioting and looting here last The violence in Ecuadors larg est city was touched off when scuntly clad drum majorfittea in a parade worn surrounded hy wolfwhistling street Some of the girls were half stripped before reinforc ed by quelled the out Two persons ware reported killed by a shop owner who fired a pistol at Police and soldiers did not fire their weap witnesses Two of the injured were policemen Shops were broken into and a police patrol car overturned before the disturbance ended gnrdless of the amount plus than In the preceding minors said it would rcpresentjWhite Sox today and tied the not more than of Reporting this the interference In that Public Health Service said and The 1040W is the first nilnew I vised figures now ahow 332 par form in five Plans for It alytlc oases In the preceding wore announced several weeks ended lo make hut its format was kept H Ihe 1950 peak week so secret until No significant This was an Increase of six were other tax cnsns from the 326 originally There nro just two pnges to Previously the pnak for the compared with four In hnd been 330 cases in tho the standard 1010 ot For the year through Scries at one game Larry who replaced So the Irish and Malayans starter Johnny Podces on the mound for the Dodgers at the Soe Pape 7 Russia Accepts A Delay In Talks See TAX PaRe 6 Boy Must List 2fi there have been paraly tic compared with for the corresponding 1958 to In the first year Sal wc testa polio vaccine became start of the put down a spirited Chicago rally In the eighth Inning after tho White Sox had scored one Podrea was credited with the The two teams are idle to morrow for travelling purposes and will resume the series Sun at 4 EST In the Los es Don Drys 2 today joined the United States in agreeing to a British request for a 15day postponement of day la expected to pitch end nucleate Dodgers against Chicago a Dick Angelas The conference of the worlds CHRISTIANSBURO 2 county The largest increases last applied week were in he Nnw England some school room discipline and Middle Atlantic Thursday to a teonagc ho California nncl Minnesota thorn had boon paralytic recessed proved porous Just as cases reported by this AlliT m sumed in oign nffjrc spokesman night the now date is defense In tho third Inning of Thursdays forinpr Kamn tho White Sox found guilty of reckless driveach reported two polio deaths said the Judge W and Kentucky Crush ordcrodlOregon one and the hoy to wrltn 100 times each There wore 406 cases of the names nf he seven persons klllnrl this year on the countys The youth also hud his drivers Indefinite ly His name was See Page fl DuPont The reason given for ish was that who would have been assigned to attend the talks arc engaged the general election cam tn i pushed over two runs or a 20 27 lead in the first rlt Lula Apnricio led off for Chi nnrnnlcago wun a aouble d 1 first base line and went lo third on Nellie Foxs long After Jim band Is second base Page 7 ecision Scheduled By The Associated Press Spaceminded man stared at the firmament today as it un folded one of its most majestic spectacles a total eclipse of the On both sides of the observers watched as the moon slowly blacked out the earths source of leaving a radiant corona shimmering in the dark ened It was a dramatic Clouds obscured it for many ground watchers in the Boston and interfered somewhat at Canary Island stations off the coast of Africa both sites at which the eclipse was Astronomers and took to planes to soar above the clouds for a clear view of the celestial The sun appeared to rise at at the Eastern edge of a vast sea of wrote AP staffer Don who watch ed it from a plane over Massa It rose partially eclipsed and looked like a bril liant crescent with the horns pointing For nine as the sun the moon progressively darkened more and more of the solar Suddenly at the last brilliant streak of sun light vanished and tht glowing solar corona ringed the Several astronomers noted the socalled Baileys beads ef fect when an instant before totality the sun shone in long streaks through deep valleys on the edge of On the the earth the dawnbright landscape turned to night again as the sun disap The daytime darkness de scended so deeply on the streets of Las Canary that vehicles had to use their the total eclipse came about In1 many other parts of the partial eclipses were Along the Champs EJysees in Paris at tourists gaz from sidewalk cafes their eyes shaded by smoked glasses or film negatives as the moon covered about 35 per cent of the also were clear in Brit where Londoners watched from rooHops and offices as a dark arc edged over the suns lower right In the Western the eclipse was visible in vary ing degrees from Greenland to Florida and as far Wtst as Put in Northeast Massa chusetts and a strip of lower New where the eclipse was cloudy remn ants of hurricane Oracle block ed a clear view from the Thousands who had flocked to the waterfront and to high elevations for a look couldnt see the but ex perienced its eerie effects as the morning light newsmen get above official photographers and took to planes to the Donald direc tor of the Harvard Observatory and a world authority on the took with him 10 members of a special Harvard class and one Radcliffe He said the doublewing cor ona the ring around the perimeter of the sun formed hy its electrified the most remarkable feature of the which lasted 56 sec He said the lunar through which the sun shone in scientillating Baileyheads effect just before were pro bably about two miles Scientists from the Air Force Thn close association through stork ownership of DuPont DC Nemours and General Mo tors challenged by the government in court for 10 may be resolved District Court Waller La Buy at 43l is to make public his decision involving the disposi tion nC DuPonts stock interest in One of the largest antitrust cases in the nations the Involves more than 3 billion dollars worth of La Buys decision could affect the whole national DuPont and its as of owned 63 million of SEARCH FOR TORNADO Cambridge Research Laboratory stale troopers search rubbJe of household goods See Page 6 and of two rural farm housea for bodies GMfl The DuPont bloc was vnluetl Thurs day at more than 3 13 billion The government has propos ed that DuPont distribute 43 million GM shares among indi vidual DuPont the DuPont stockholders would he given shares of GM for each share of Du Pont stock they Under the government sug of victims of tornado which roared through the other 20 million GM Ivy is one of the many sites hit hard byjHhares held hy DuPont would tornadoes in central leaving ai foe sold on the open market death toll of AP Wirephoto lover a 10year DuPont nttornoys have con tended the government plans would throw a huavy tax load on the DuPont stock Some of the law yers might dump their holdings to avoid lax complica The DuPont also claimed the stock salnw would a drastic effect on the market prices of both GM and DuPont DuPont has proposed a dif ferent It offered to give itfi OM stork voting rights to DuPont shareholders but to retain to ho to col lect the Whatever the court the loser expected to appeal to the Supreme Tho rase began in when the government filed n civil an titrust suit against DuPont and itfi holding companies and mem bora of the DuPont Thn government and tho dffenso denied that Du Pont bought stock to act up a cupUvf mnrUpt for Du Pont n huge chemical owns 23 per cent of the slock of the na tions automobile mak Judgr Lfi Buy dismissed the suit after it had been in his District Court for more than two But Supreme Court held in 1057 that DuPont hold ings In GM tended to violate antitrust laws and directed Judge La Buy to work out a re H hna hceu one of the big gest antitrust cases in the na tions Hcleaae of the decision la tim ed to come after all American stock exchanges are closed for the For Judge La the Du pont case has heen the domi nant matter of his 26year ca reer on the He was elect ed to the Illinois Circuit Court after 21 years practicing In President Franklin Roosevelt named La a to the federal Judge La Buy heard the suit without a jury during 102 days of testimony in 1953 when a record of 2 12 million words WHS In his decision dismissing thg civil Judge La Buy said the government failed to prove monopoly or re straint of trade in business He also suggested the ground upon See Page 12 i   

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