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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - October 5, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                CJ T THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Tuesday a little warmer in after Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 64 68 71 I 73 74 75 76 Complete Weather Report on Market the Daily Sun And SemiWnkly Morning Liclht LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW YORK 5 most changes gov ernments trading CHICAGO higher harvest Oats Mixed mostly mixed top lower top 103 PAGES PRICE FIVE 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 1 T i LAUNCHING ON BIRTHDAY OF SPUTNIK r Camera Aboard To Photograph Remote Side 5 flying Soviet space laboratory reach its closest distance to the moon Tuesday and make mankinds first photographs of its hidden Tass said to It weighs 614 Slowed by the relentless gravi tational tug of the the flying laboratory should come within miles of the moon at 5 9 EST Tues the official news agency Drops Rocket As it approached the the interplanetary what the Russians call separated from the last stage of the cosmic rocket that launch ed it Tass The agency said that at noon Moscow time 4 EST the station was kilometers miles from the earth and over the eastern part of the Indian This was well over the halfway Tass said the apparatus is moving toward the moon more slowly than the first and second This is to enable it to pass round the moon and be pulled back to earth instead of flying off into space as did the See 12 Jodreli Bank Picks Up Soviet Signal Monday I licy UNITED 5 UP The United Arab declared the freedom of 5 UP The British Radio Telescope at Jod rell Bank picked up signals again today from the Russian lunar The contact was made at The Radio with its great saucershaped is helping the Russians to find out whether the rocket completes its trip around the back of the First signals were recorded Sunday after Moscow had cabled Jodrell Bank information on the expected position of the Signals from the rockets two transmitters are triggered off for periods of two to four hours daily by radio control from the When it is not transmit the flying lab stores its findings on magnetic tape for later The telescope today picked up strong signals from both the The bowllike an tenna was pointing southeast and at a point about 5 degrees above the horizon when the contact was a Soviet scientist See Page 2 Republic today controversy over navigation in the Suez Canal is a synthetic problem exclusively made in Mahmoud UAR foreign told the 82nation gen eral assembly his government had been completely loyal to the principles of the Constan tinople convention of 1888 guar anteeing free passage through the The restrictions of Israeli he are an out growth and an extension of the Palestine conflict and have nothing to do with the principles involved in the convention of He asserted the issue could not conceivably exist if the rights of the Palestinian Arabs were fully recognized by It will melt away he and disappear as soon as such recognition takes Israeli delegate Arthur Laurie replied there is no legal validity to the UAR claim that a state See Page 15 109 Absentees In Liquor Vote Voters in Corslcnnas live wards will decide Wednesday if the sale of alcoholic beverages will legalized for consump tion on offpremises A heavy vote is predicted as Corsicana becomes the first Navarro county unit to vote on the issue on a precinct which was made possible by a recent ruling of the State Su preme Harry county reported Monday that 109 ab sentee ballots were cast in the Deadline for voting ab sentee was last Launching Pad Destroyed The launching pad destroyed 11 days ago by the explosion of an AtlasAble moon rocket will be out of commis sion about five the Air Force missile test center an nounced The designed to hurl a 375pound satellite around the moon early this blew up during a static test of its inflicting heavy damage to the The National Aeronautics and Space Administration is studying the possibility of using other facilities at the Cape for launching a similar LODGE SILENT ON SOVIET Commissioner CLAIM ABOUT CODES Be Chosen Tuesday Voting NEW YORK 5 ry Cabot Ambassa dor to the United says he believes Soviet Premier Ni kita Khrushchevs recent tour of the United States paved the way for a summit meeting this who accompanied Khrushchev throughout his tra vels in this said on a television program that he de tected an evolution in the So viet They used to for ex if war came they wouldnt be hurt but al the Democratic countries would be Lodge now they dont say Khrushchev said only a mad man would want During the interview on CBSTVs Face The Lodge also said he will not run for any including the presidency or vice in 1960 and I dont think I could be drafted Denied emphatically that he had been ordered by President Eisenhower to needle Khrush chev the He also denied that he was a truth squad assigned to counter any Soviet Declined comment on a report that Khrushchev had claimed Russia cracked an American secret Victor president of Republic Movie said the premier had told him dur ing his visit to Los Angeles that American agents in Europe and the Middle East gave the Rus sians code Lodge said he was with Carter and Khrushchev at the time but de clined to discuss what was In Washington the Central In telligence Agency confirmed that Carter had made a report on Khrushchevs but See Page 2 Nehru Rules Oul IfT CAPE 5 4 JP Defense Departments chief scientist said today the United States is obviously behind the Russians in spaceresearch rock ets but our position in the life anddeath matter of Intercon tinental missiles is just not near as Herbert director of research and engineering for the said the United States does not yet have rockets powerful enough to match the Russians in terms of weight of payioad to be delivered to the vicinity of the on the other he told a its wrong to confuse this with our capabili ties as regards intercontinental said the only edge the jRussians hold developing iCBMs is that theirs is some what more reliable at The head of the Space Agency said today that Russia has a solid advantage over us in the field of Brocket propul Keith administra tor of the National Aeronautics and Space told an audience of Chicago business that In all other we can match and perhaps outperform as we concentrate a heavy effort in the development ot more powerful and reliable rocket booster they will be improving their techni ques in other fields of tech nology pertinent to the explora tion and exploitation of I am certain that we can ex pect no quarter in this competi Glennan spoke at a convention of the American Gas an organization of gas Glennan said that American about space technology began only after the Soviet Union launched Sputnik I Oct The Congress and the he then saw that science and tech nology are essential to national survival and in this we were a couple of decades he hind the dictators of the Soviet he adding we cannot rim second very See Page 12 Sewell Orders Special Probe On Marijuana Possibility of the sale and consumption of mari juana in Corsicana and Navar ro county was revealed Mon day at 10 when District Judge James Seweil specific ally charged the new grand jury to investigate reports to this Judge Sewell advised the in vestigative body that he had heard reports that warrant in I for and I know you will want to stamp out any evidence of marijuana in Na varro the judge The judge did not elaborate further in his He also made the statutory charges to the 12man body to investigate any evidence of bawdy houses or gambling houses In the county and to delve into anything that could cause deiiquency among the youth of the He reminded the grand jury of the seriousness of an indict See GRAND Page 14 Class Issues Raised In Final British Drive 5 Prime Minister Harold Macmillan and Labor Leader Hugh Gaitskell clashed today on the issue of olass distinction as candidates began final campaigning for Thursdays election of a new House of This mention of class was temperaturerising Its the oldest issue in British poli one with great emotional impact on the nations eligible Gaitskell claimed Britain still is Macmillan deplored this sug Speaking in Kings Lynn In the heart of a rich agricultural area of Eastern the Prime Minister said Gaitskell is becoming quite Last night he said the whole of the conserva tive party and their supporters were servile and stuffed shirts and all the rest of Whatever happens in this election about half the people will vote one way and half the I do not think it ia much good one half saying that the others are crooks and See Page U Stay NEW 5 Minister Nehru has ruled out talks with Pelping In their border dispute as long as Chinese Communist troops re main in frontier outposts In regards as her Nehru he is willing to discuss only minor disputed areas and not the en tire boundary separating India and Redruled The Indian prime minister laid down his conditions for negotiating the border quarrel in a letter to Red Chinas Pre mier Chou EnLai made public over the No discussion can be fruit ful unless the outposts on the Indian eide of the traditional frontier now held by Chinese forces are first evacuated by them and further threats and intimidations Nehru The firm tone of the letter dimmed prospects for negotia tions urged by the Soviet Un ion on both new Delhi and Peip ing to seek a peaceful settle See Page 14 Austin Woman Killed In Blast 5 shat tering explosion heard three miles away killed Ruth today in her Fire Chief Dickerson said Investigators four gas jets open in the cottage in which Gist lived Justice of the peace Wat acting as withheld a verdict pending an investiga The about 4 blew the roof off Gists home in to the front hurtled win dow frames into the and damaged a house next A successor to the late Fred Bluchcr will be chosen from among four candidates by Cor sicana voters in the special city election Aspirants for the office to serve out the term ending with the April 1961 city election are Sam retired passenger agent for the Burlington Rock Island and Fort Worth and Den ver Railways Karl chief accountant for many years for Bethlehem Steel company here before the local plant was shut down Jesse em ploye of the United Steelworkers Union and formerly employed at the Bethlehem plant and Sam plumbing 5 The United Steehvorkers today rejected an industry offer to end the 83day old nationwide steel Shortly afterwards the industry said it would re sume negotiations but declared it is not willing to buy peace at the risk of promoting infla As tho rapid fire develop ments occurred here President Eisenhower again called for swift settlement of the He has implied he will invoke the TaftHartley act to get the stcelworkers back into the mills if no progress is made soon toward a The wage policy committee of the which rejected the industry stood by this aft ernoon for another The industry Conrad said the offer rejected by the USW would have provided a 15 cent hourly package providing for in creased wages and benefits over tho period of two David president of teh said the wage po licy committee rejected the in dustry offer because it was completely To Cooper replied The union leaders persist In their demands for highly infla Each is widely known in the and bencflt in community and likely to have aLrcaacs amf proposed a settle following which could make the mpnt lnat would for outcome very An indicapioymcnt cosl increases that tion being the fact that dependcould amount to 60 or more mg upon who is being asked to cents nn hour over a threeyear predict how the election turn ench man has been Steehvorkers average given the nod to Ln hour before thc slllhe Indicating a keen to government Cooper said the unions re the election has been the fact that 38 absentee ballots were cast In the election prior to the midnight Friday City Secretary Alton Justiss Monday still had not received a 39th bal lot that was issued upon proper but speculated that it could be received in a later mail delivery during the If postmarked prior to midnight Friday it could be counted in the total otherwise it cant un der the state Latests absentee votes cast See Page 12 Japan Typhoon Toll Over See STEEU President Again Demands End To Major Strikes PALM 5 President Elsenhowei called today for swift settlement of both the 83dayold steel strike and thc fiveday East and Gulf Coast dock The president believes these two strikes arc detrimental to the United States and the Amer ican and he believes the American people want both of 5 I them settled and sailed Prince Akihito and Prime Minsaid White House Press Score ister Nobusuke Kishl inspected tary James by helicopter today areas of A Elsenhowers vacation contra Honshu ravaged by one Hagerty declined of the deadliest typhoons in Jacomment on reports that the pans executive would invoke Akihito made the aerial in1the TaftHartley law in the dock spection on behalf of his before the days But Emperor He Pross secretary did volun teer that the matter of the expressed sympathy strike is now before the offered words of Relief Such matters customarily do medicine and monetary contrU not Presidential attention buttons continued to pour into unlcss Use of such statutes as Japan from oil parts of the National Police the dead now totaled There were missing and almost 1 32 million rendered homeless by 60milepcrhour Typhoon which struck eight days the TaftHartley law is under serious In calling anew for fast settle ment of the 83dayold steel Eisenhower noted through Hagerty that the policy committee of the steel workers union had just reject See Page 2 Acheson Urges Super NATO By HERB BAD Germ 5 Dean one of the chief architects of the North Atlantic favors creation of a guper council for NATO to coordi nate western policy in the politi cal and economic fields as well as The former secretary of state suggested Sunday that the 15 Atlantic allies sign a new treaty and invite other Western European nations to The new treaty presumably would not mean the end of NATO hut only an expansion of it func There isnt much time he told the concluding session of a fourday conference of West German and American leaders sponsored by the Amer ican council on Germany and Atlantic Bridge Achesons plan drew immedi ate support from among the 50 delegates who attended the non governmental among them John Republi can adviser to President Eisen hower and former high commissioner in Kurt minis terpresident of the German state of BadenWuerttenberg and a leader of Chancellor Kon rad Adenauers Christian Demo cratic said tho Acheson plan might well bring an en tirely new impluse for coopera tion among the Atlantic na Achosons idea is for creation of a super council to draw up and supervise a joint western policy for Western Europe and North America to combat the Communist offensive on the political and military The council would be made up of top officials from the treaty each of whom would be as fully qualified as a foreign minister to make Acheson emphasized that he was not proposing1 union now or one world and explained each nation would retain its F sovereignty and could withdraw at While there have been manv international councils in the he said none was a policy making body and members had to await instructions from their governments to take Acheson and other American speakers took the position that the United States and Canada must join forces with Western Europe to pull their economies together and avoid the kind of split that has led to two sep arate West European economic The old balance of power has been he by thc rise of the Soviet Union mid the United combined with the physical destruction of large parts of Europe in World War New balance of he must be built in the second half of the 20th who as President Harry Trumans secretary of state helped found the NATO said there isnt much time left and the west must find dramatic new ways to com bat the Communist offensive not only on the military level but In economic and political areas as Acheson declined to refer to the proposal as the Acheson calling it a common sense proposal for this critical See Page H FLOODS AND rlTORNADOES LASH TEXAS q Local Rainfall Near Six Inches M Torrential rains over th weekend caused extensive dam age to roads and high and sent many of th streams on The jWeather Bureau here repbrte inches of precipitation whll private gauges showed mor than six inches in some in Chambers Rising Chambers fed by delu es from Ellis and Johnson coun was still rising Monday an rs are held for damage t newlyrepaired levees in the E houseRiceCorsicana the other majo originating in Johnso and Hill was in the upper but rampaging in the Purdon arc e stream was rising at Rio land and floods are feared 1 the WJnkler area when Rio land and Chambers creeks jot for the remainder of the di tance to the Trinity iRichland creek through th northeast corner of Freeston Railroad Damaged A washout on tho Cotton Be System tracks 10 miles east Waco was reported while thre miles west of Purdon on Rlc land creek trestle arid dum landslides occurred Sunda but traffic was restore See Page 2 FROM FLOOD This was a common sight at Tulsa and other portions of Oklahoma as numerous flash floods from rainfed creeks forced families out of their Here dwellers of a trailer court flee the rising The man in the background ran a ferry boat hauling occupants and their belongings to higher CAP Wlrephoto Arkansas And Oklahoma Are FloodRavaged 5 UP A 17mlnut6 session today launched the supreme court on a new term expected to produce major decisions affecting racial The nine blackrobed appearing to be in good health and excellent spirits after sum mer marched to their places on the high bench at the customary stroke of They a courtroom pack ed with justice department offi personal friends and relatives of the jurists plus runofthemill and other among them retired justices Stanley Reed and Harold For Chief Justice Warren the brief session marked the start of his seventh year on the high He first took his seat there on ndicaiion Red China Will Join In 5 UP Premier Nik Ha Khrushchev headed for homo today after once more voicing Soviet Com munisms determination to end the cold win But there was no indication his Chinese Commun ist hosts were climbing on his peace Khrushchev flew from Peiping to the capital of tho Soviet far During his fiveclay visit to the capital of Red ho told Chinese boas Mao TzeTung about his talks with President Elsenhower and attended the celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Com munist capture of the Chinese In his third speech in Peiptng calling for nn end to the cold Khrushchev said at the airport that the forces of peace are stronger than ever and there Is full actual possibility to bar thc road to The common people of the entire world arc becoming ever more confident that with the growth of thc might of thc world socialist he con it will be possible for ever to eliminate war as a See Page By The Associated Press Heavy rain spread across t central section of the count today and fell again in flo areas of the It wns the sixth consecullv day of rain in sodden Oklahom Parts of Texas also jnur The swollen Arkana River spilled over several thou Flanking Warren were Jusand acres of farm land In Ar ticea Black and flnl Sevex families left the threatened to both of whom have long since of passed the voluntary retirement age of Black will be 74 will has giv Ten deaths were attributed the weather over the wcekon caused by acclden rough weather Five members of u n r any Indication of having retirefamlly were killcd in L rrl OFJrrllflMG ment Sunday when fchelr c rt f t TT VI L Opening day ceremonies collided with a train in rain a eluded the admission of 39 atmist torneys to Then a loud Property losses 111 Oklahoir bang by thc criers gavel gave ran into tho Horde notice the court would be In rehit are Oklahoma Ci cess until next and smaller communities in tl i r r fj 4 Two pilot appeals directly afeastern and central sections fecting enforcement of the 1057 the Civil Rights Act are among the Almost persons have be more than 800 casoH already cnhvacuated because of the rial See Pago 14 See Page 14 i m mmmli Labor Charges Recession Threat 5 The AFLCIO told Congress to day the Eisenhower adrninlstra economic policies are bringing the threat of a new Andrew legisla tive director lor the organiza made the statement at thc opening of a series of hearings by a special Senate committee on unemployment The senators are trying to find out why about million work ers arc unemployed despite general Our failure to provide full employment for Americas growing labor force is Ameri cas most crucial domestic eco nomic BicmUler He added that thc jobless has grown progressive ly worse in the last six despite recoveries from two re because the nations rate of economic growth has Walter assistant director of economic research for the Chamber of told the commit tee a certain amount of un employment is normal and in He economic poll should be aimed at ellminati that part of unemploymel which is clearly unnecessail but not at the expense of hind Ing economic opportunity a Eugene McCarthy the committee chairm said In opening the hearln that unemployment contln to be a serious problem in t United The Jobless total August was less than that year ago but it is high than the unemployment fig for August the month mediately preceding the rec he McCarthy things 1 committee Is interested in elude the relationship betwe unemployment and racial d unemployment a unemployment and otl sociological or cultural factor The special committee of Democrats and three Repu cans was set up during the 1 session of Congress and ord ed to report back early n See Page   

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