Corsicana Daily Sun, October 3, 1959

Corsicana Daily Sun

October 03, 1959

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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - October 3, 1959, Corsicana, Texas 1 THE WEATHER 4 cloud iness with scattered thunderstorms through Sunday no important temperature b Thermometer Readings 8 9 1 10 11 12 1 2 78 83 80 70 74 Weather Report on Market HemtoHht Daily SunandSemJWMfcly Mornin MARKETS AT A GLANCE Most Securities and Commodities Market Are Closed on r LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS 102 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS V h b T II qvpjqnjq J F h H 1 F fr ri r ft h t t h b KEAL COOL snowman sits jauntily in a metal lawn chair next to a feminine companion in the front yard of Miss Susan Barber in the south part of Denver after early au tumn storms left nearly one foot of snow on the ground at the Colorado The storm also tree limbs and caused a number of power AP Wirephoto 8CENT PAY OFFER NOT CONFIRMED Negotiations Are Continuing At Pittsburgh 3 The United Steelworkers to day summoned its wage policy committee to assemble here Monday as negotiations con in an effort to end the old nationwide steel Dual Calls DuPont Decision Calms Financial World i I I I Young Hoodlums RECESSION COSTS VNCLE Savagely Beat Jewish Youth SOME TAXPAYERS 3 UP Uncle Sam has lost tax 3 fed oral court ordep severing cor porate ties between Du Pont and General Motors without forcing a mass stock sale calm ed fears in the financial world which came despite a ulation was not Du Fonts president said he By The Associated Pre Tempestuous weather stung the nation Authorities counted at least ten persons dead and seven in jured in rain wind lashed portions of and Missouri and in snowclogged Flood waters from four days of driving autumn rain forced thousands from their homes in Guthcrie and Skiatook in Northern Rescue workers were alerted OWNPOURS SEVEN NCHES NOTED Thunderstorms Forecast Over Entire Weekend ber of income tax returns filed ness Emergency shelters were set up Roofs Flooded lapan He noted that rewas gratified with the ruling to stalld b more evacuecs The summons came hard onljuvenile violence broke out The Internal Revenue fell off in apparentwhich generally followed a proLg the bureau forecast the heels of an order for the again Friday night when a estimated that the as a result of the 1954 made by Du Pont for the today unions international executive of young hoodlums savagely board to meet in Pittsburgh at beat and kicked a 17year old 2 EDT youth in The wage policy Danny a high made up of 170 has school was taken to the power to reject or accept a Kings County Hospital with cuts this year dropped by about An Internal Revenue studv The which had pcrs0ns chasccl from theil 000 from the 1958 record total showed that since the asked sale and distribution of 60 Officials were in clined to blame the Final figures are not available I line with nonagricultural number of returns filed each Du Fonts 63 million shares persons diecl in traffic year has moved up and down in GM stock has not said whcthaccidcnts j tcd t u Qkl ii i I J I I I Ji s s j emer it will appeal the new contract and bruises of the a deep ytt and the drop may have been ployment in the preceding Its attorneys said they are came amid confirmed fire developments sash over his eye and his nose even One official said Bratt said the drop this year studying the long j amoeban v i neefliianio wfcnit mnv hnvp rennhori nnp milcould not be taken as an indl First reaction in fir id fire developments ovei ma eye ma uuae I widespread but unsmashed by his assailants reports the steel Inpolice were a gang of it may have reached one not be taken as an indi First reaction in financial dustry is willing to grant an negro boys and eiehtcent an hour pay pack What a Bosh Hafthonah 3 than typhoon More victims still clung to rooftops today in flooded sections of threatened by hunger and dis United States and Japanese armed who moved into Japans third larg est city shortly after Typhoon Vera struck a week con tinued The stormrOYie of the worst in modern left Jap1 ing age increase in exchange for Jewish New Year for me tighter control over local work and my exclaimed Murray mother anese dead and Officials expect the final caa Warning Issued USW President David Me ualty toll will be much Donald made no comment on Forty and Japanese helordering the wage policy com Icoptera and 70 boats were evamittee to assemble but a spokes cuating marooned man for him saldl Many other storm victims re Dont get too of Its not safe for children In the streets any more in the Neighborhood said her The whole city you should Nobody is Police gave this account of Bryce Bratt of the IRS statistics section said the de Doctor Charged In Shooting Of Bridge Owner fused to leave the rooftops of momber the wage policy comthe latest madness on their dwellings in order to promittee can either accept or restreets tect their scant iect a contract proposal and the Danny and some friends m 1 i A t 1 Medical teams sought to stamp out the threat of a dy the Nearly new cases were push ing the total to The newspaper Japan Times reported police had their hands full running down black mar ket Rice is being sold at per reported the The legal priceis 34 The paper said badly needed food from government agen cies is trickling forcing States must use all its resources Lions In Asia Warned About 4 Soviet Tactics 3 Chinas Foreign Minister Huang ShaoKu warn ed the free world to beware of what he called Soviet Premier Khrushchevs peacemonger ing Speaking at the third Asian Convention of Lions Interna the foreign minister said Khrushchevs platitudes about peace had four objectives De facto recognition bythelSoviet Trade Union The Vice Presidents NEW YORK free world of Communist the years first snowfall were prepared for a ncpro 3 UP The owner of the controversial loll bridge across the Rio here died of rifle fire boys and girls were strolling Frlday night and authorities the streets the BrownsvilleLh a d only doct0r in town Suddenly the gang ofjwith negro boys and girls pounced cation that more Americans arc circle was unanimous that the trying to cheat the government ruling was favorable to both on He noted that the timated decline was less District Judge Walter in relation to employment figLa late Friday after do than in mestic stock exchanges closed IRS statisticians said they for the held that the believe most of the drop was not fleeted a shrinkage last yt in the number of parttime I asked distribution of the GM They many worth some 312 chicanery and deceit youngsters of school age who as a means of ending beyond what we had normally seek summer Clayton antitrust law viola See Page 10 See Page 10 Nixon Asserts Must Use All Resources President Richard Nixon said today the United search for the No arrests to officers on the All but Danny Danny was knocked to the punched and He Slain with a 4440 rifle slug in the mouth was of El Charged is Clyde British Pilot Survives Crash Into Irish Sea The supreme court held such a violation resulted from Du Fonts possession of the comprising 23 per ovcrsignt It wln hold of the outstanding GM of hcarlngg next said In his Rains and high waters in this section of Texas Saturday plag ued the traveling caused widespread damage to open cot interrupted road and other A total of inches fell in Corsicana between 7 and noon while reports from Rice and Hubbard said that almost three Inches were received and It was still Chambers Rising1 Chambers creek was reported overflowing near Emhouse was still Hogan Bridge and Highway 31 East reported the floodwaters rising In the event that additional heavy rains fell in the John son and Ellis county further overflows with attendant damage Is Thomas who erates the gauge on Chambers creek at the State Highway 3if bridge for the re ported at noon Saturday tha 3 water stood at feet and1 congressional investigation of was Floodstage Is at 18 TV quiz shows next week will Heavy precipitation in thd Hubbard and other areas may originally Orenlcause Richland to get on a Harris I page during the See Pago 4 More Chicanery On Quiz Shows To Be Revealed Harris is chairman of the subcommittee on legisla See Page 10 osteopath who also is a couni AMR ATTT RrnHnnd Ort was left bleeding and commissioner and thus di1 Hospital authorities said plasticLcctlv interested in operation surgery might be necessary to restore Dannys battered Police began an immediate 3 UP An ace pilot whose supersecret British jet fighter m A on a test flight has The doctor called an attorney back from the dead many to live short people as fully as possible if we are to meet he compe tition of other nations and oth er political Nixon cited specifically the challenge which he said Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev so bluntly laid before the Am erican people on his visit Claim Russian Medicines Snort The Soviet Trade Union were made Two Negroes Guilty In Of War Bride ape and would make no R ordcal in to the cause His wife described him today as fine a bit Ive just come out of the Johnny Squler told Jocelyn Don after the Vaught earlier told the Big Bend sentinel in the county seat of Marfa that Dupuy had telephoned him and said he was coming to Presidio to ile to hor the doctors criticism of the1 Buy TlIcsday On aileged riggng of page printedorder the govern qulz shoWHt ment plan was unnecessarily Harris said in a harsh and See Page 10 Saturday Ends Local Absentee Vote Absentee voting In local Houston Woman Dies Saturday Traffic Mishap A man was Involved option election for Wednesday Most of the iu H1G ytJCVl iJ CT Afrffl fjl PR flflVfi DC 6 H COH To maneuver the United on the ground complained tobreaking ceremony for the Qf n anrf robbl out of its overseas bases ministry is unkJngtonEverett id Rw32 rold war hrW om which retaliatory strikes rr financed by the federal Hn States out of its overseas bases from which retaliatory strikes could not be made in the event of Soviet To have the United States refrain from intervention when the Soviet Union is ready to day the health ministry is able to supply enough medic for treating bridge Dupuy died in his automobile en a residential in front of a home where the doctor had called on a Deputy Sheriff Earl Wheeling u Belgian war the doctor appeared in ced by the federal Jn hfir WoodsidCr shock and would make no state 3 have been govarnmant The 80mllllon dol lar project Is the largest flood An article In the Trade Union 1UI J0 r A jury of 11 men and one wo newspaper Trud said drug 8ystem evep bullt in the man deliberated one hour and stores are not being kept sup No nation In the world can me uniuii ia icouj w niipj with drueq for treatine commit new acts of the luxury of continual and preventing the cold weathds flnd thfi United statcs A nil I To convince the captive peoples behind the Iron Curtain that since the United States is negotiating with Moscow on er Trud said in many is no Nixon He added that this is of spec t J 1 grippe victims can get treatial importance these days when ment only In public clinics and f f J V J AA queStion3 of peaceful thig to ead the they had better abandon all hope of ever regaining their It he to call the attention of the free world to Moscows final objec insidious would achieve He said most See Page 4 Trud said the health ministry and the Acade my of Medicine Sciences have not even set up a planned re search institute to study prob lems of fighting It tol them to get busy and find some thing to control grippe and not waste time on lesser must make full use and people to th of its meet the challenge o tions and political We have the basic resources and knowhow essential minutes in Queens County court Friday after the nineday trial of Thomas and James They were charged with at tacking Julia who is She was raped robbed of Trying to es by a thirdfloor fire the maintenance of an and Joncs be 18 by Judge Edward We can keep all our peop busy producing enhanc See Page 4 See Page 4 Benson Feels Soviets Good Secretary of Agriculture Ez ra Taft Benson completed a fourday tour of the Soviet Un Cusatti fell and broke her I ion today with the declaration She appeared in court in that Russians are people who stretcher after 10 months in to do who want to love their country and their Benson made the statement cy were sent to at Moscow airport to about 30 nty Hospital for mostly He was en route from Kiev to Hel schoolhouse from the beach Fri and British ships and search pianos had found no trace of Squier after his mlleanhour jet had vanished from radar screens over the Irish Sea Unseen by the search the 39yearold pilot was afloat in a little rubber ejected along with other survival gear when he bailed Although more than a day at sea in the tossing Squier paddled ashore only 30 miles from where his twinjet PI Lightning disappeared from the radar That was at Gar on the southwest tip of Polio In Texas Shows Increase The State Health Department re Doubt Quick Dock Settlement NEW 3 An early settlement of the long Bhoremens strike that has shut down ports along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts appeared un The New York Shipping says it will not meet with the International Longshoremens until The union says its workers will not return to the docks until it has a new Shippers say the strike is costing them 20 million dollars a Robert deputy di rector of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation plans to meet Monday separately with th sides but he has indicated toat the immediate possibility of his persuading them to meet jointly is The strike of about longshoremen from to has tied up cargo operations on about 200 The strike developed early Thursday in Southern ports and quickly spread The New York Shipping which represents 170 steamship lines and contracting stevedores in the port of New nego tiates master contracts for all employers from Maine to Vir The association and union leaders had agreed to a 15day extension of the contract that expired 30 and also had agreed that any new benefits would be retroactive to The associations contracts with the longshoremen tradition ally set the pattern for agree ments between regional em ployer groups in the South and ILA locals Southern Jong shoremen said they had received no retroactive promises from their employers and walked Their Northern colleagues fol lowed to show retroactivity is an issue only at Southern Automation is the key stumb ling block in the Shippers want to be free to in troduce any new piece of equip ment in loading or unloading The union position is that it should he consulted by man agement each time a change is considered and that no new method should be introduced without its The last money offer of the shippers to Northern longshore men was a 30cent package con ditional on the ILAs acceptance of managements views on auto The unions last demand was a changes 50cent package jones could get in work rules that Thorn Kings When the trial changing from the Sovletiports an in the num was ordered gaggod with hand plane that brought him here to her of poiio n Texas this towels by Judge Thompson military air transport year for the first time In five yna For the first 39 WCUKS of the I wish the entire Russian I the department 450 people concases were reported compared tentment and he to 383 for the first 39 weeks of The Russians are good A total of 272 were paraly I can tell by looking In tic cases compared to 244 para 60 lytic cases a year ago closes Harry county that absentee ballots mailed in postmarked before midnight Saturday tonight will be He was at his office Saturday morning for latecom absentee chair The subcommittee is interested solely in where commercial do colt has been practiced on a na tional scale by means of deliber ate and willful holding out to the public as honest a headon truckcar collision performances which were rigin Ellis county near Alma on ged in Highway 75 Saturday at 11 The subcommittee has subwhen a Houston woman was poencd winners in some of the fatally quiz shows who have told pre1 The taken to tha viously of contestants being Keever Funeral Chapel In coached and getting answers was identified as about of No funeral arrangements had been made early Saturday after Her husband was taken to the Ennis Memorial hospital for but his injuries are not believed to bo The Kneislers were reported hy State Highway See Page 9 Colorado Gets Clearing Skies 3 JP oirmg to lhe office Clerk Chesiiut said Saturday duvs hy relentless snow and same colliding headon morning that approximately 100 f a truct b absentees have been al The warmer weatner speeded Alderman about 21 of Corsi an exact count had not the gigantic task of clearing employe of the Hilltop made at countless thousands of brokenjFeed Alderman es be The balloting will be in theree limbs from the streets of capcd five wards or precincts in Colorado Pucb The Houston couple was tha sicana Wednesday to decide City and only persons In that whether or not the sale of alother major Alderman hnd been to Dall3 cohollc beverages for offprcm The clean up wilt take with a load of feed and was re ise will be legalCharles deputy manager turning home at the time of jzecj of public works for said A county poll tax or cxempK would cent and take Kenneth owner an I ion is all that la Vosix months to clear the tangles operator of the feed will cast their ballots in of branches strewn by the weeklocated on Highway 31 west c long It deposited left immediately for Enn i ters the precincts where they re The polls will open at R and will close at 7 Inches of snow on Denver and on learning of the mishap whlei more than 30 inches on Colorado occurred Springs and Canon on a ralnclrenchcJ ter he disturbed the proceed1 service plane which took him to ings with shouted insults at Finnish He became angry when the court denied him a mental A second Devine could be sentenced up to 120 would discourage Longshoremen here average a week in About passengers who arrived here Friday in six ocean liners got their pieces of luggage off the ships and into autos and taxis with some help from ships crews and super visory The American Export Lines switched docking signals for its inbound liner At it announced the ship would dock in because of the strike But Canadian longshoremen refused to work the ship and the line issued new orders for it to pro ceed to New York to dock Alexander chair man of the shipping said his organization would not talk with the ILA representa tives until Oct 15 because the union had agreed to extend the old pact until William pres ident of the Under See Despite Crippling Tight Money Trend By WALTER BREKDE NEW 3 JPt nations economy was still roll ing in high gear this week de spite a wave of crippling strikes and a growing trend toward tight which hit East and Gulf Coast West Coast shipyards and Midwest meat packing plants as well as the glass and copper indus posed the top At President Eisenhowers the two sides in the steel dispute got together again at the bargaining For the first time in the 81dayold dead lock over wages and working Steel top Roger sat in on the Coal shipments to the hanked steel furnaces increased and the automakers the nations big gest users of steel stepped up But if the tightlipped steel negotiators meeting behind closed doors in Pittsburgh were making they gave no outward Said David Mc the steel union chief Im afraid Im not Elsewhere on the labor dockworkers on the Gulf and Atlantic coasts walked leaving cargo vessels stranded in Also on strike were 000 lead and zinc work meat packers and West Coast ship repair A wildcat strike at an auto body plant threatened lay offs for Chrysler em ployes in seven At weeks end the number of Americans idled by strikes had crosed the million Business analysts said that once the strike epidemic had run its the economy might well surge on to new professed to see a darkening threat in the in creasingly tight credit Credit is tight there isnt enough to satisfy all the legitimate borrowers who want Those who do borrow money have to pay higher interest rates and theyre paying plenty right The consumer economy prac tically runs on In for consumers buying appliances and other major items via the monthly instalment plan added a whopping 502 mil lion dollars to their lifting See Page 9 Nikitas Hosts Hot And By JOHN RODERICK 3 Nikita Khruahchcv ncared the climaxlor an article by Koreign Minis Jn officiul Btatom0nta ao of Red China visit today as tor Chnn Yi which ca led on reiterated Us his Chinese hosts waxed hot and all peoples in the world to wage has eitcialcfl Its his roosals for long and unrelenting fight termination to liberate prop war cold ove the cold f A few hou s n Mao the the ying the Communist accorded warm response But Fridays peoples dailylmeeting with Elsenhower In gave equal to the next de For against American but has avoided saying It soviet Tnc article was written for would use its military might to icptlnir with tlic Soviet newspaper in do Defense Minister Lin Plao inese leader honor of Rod Chinas 10th ansaid It would be oneway clal nivcrsary celebration October or editorial Jt Rflve llttlc or no cncouraffe Chen Yi described the ment to hoprs Poiping WHS as the enemy of andlpared to soften its attitude Chinese people and added CIL wj TfC support to the the Khrushchev jointly issued with We firmly demand that The Chinese Reds are troops pull out of the Formosa Tat t Eisenhower following cd to give Khrushchev general Presiden without lo have say It will abandon force as a But If means of acquiring the Island of certainly far seen and talked to only of thoy they Ratheiec would exclude For1 J of werjin tlona d now ruled hy Maos mosa from such a commitment from a rostrum high above the nuw of heavenly more irch Chiang for they have ropcatodly march Should the Chinese Communistn pKrihed the island as an internal L ctancing or singing as part do It would bn a significant move in Improving their This does not mean the two tions with Chinese Premier Chou EnLallout of their Mao said soon aftn Khrushchev arcould rived in Pnlplng Wednesday helnew n welcomed the Khrushchev to of the But he apparently has met Communist ordinary ChlneSe In days then he did Americans during t approac raise in for his See Page 10 ;