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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - October 6, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL to partly clou dy and mild through Thermometer Readings 8 9 j 10 I 11 1 12 1 lj 3 66 70 I 73 75 76 1 77 78 Complete Weathw Report on Market Pally Mornin MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW trading governments on trade CHICAGO Wheat potential de unchanged light good demand top top LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS 104 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS I b h 1 J F H v b 1 fr F J I r r h h n n fr 1 b r h 4 H f f t f T 1 J 1 H v ri W BOTH SIDES STUDYING IKE REMARKS USW To Continue On Strike Until ircl Moon 1 Justice WEDNESDAY LOCAL OPTION ELECTION DRAWS INTEREST 6 So viet scientists announced tonight the Lunar space rocket has passed behind the moon and Is heading back toward the earth orbit charted for It was announced the device INJUNCTION BY FRIDAY ANTICIPATED 1 Public Hearing Set Wednesday was a scene at a highway intersection top in a town of 14 miles south of Tulsa as the swollen Arkansas River spilled through half the town Some residents UNITED 6 Soviet Union within miles of the cused tho Western powers today moon at the nearest 6 IJHTPnCTT apgravatinp the cold war by About three hours later it was Steel negotiations remained fc I fcf I jiff AW I S refusing to support Communist miles away near the completely broken off today as I U Mill UllUUJ Poland for a seat in the UN plane Or the Lunar President Eisenhower said he is A heavy vote s expected inlwcre cast as the absentee polls Security Tne rocket is moving strict still banking on a negotiated the five wards Wednesclosed last The United States and Britly along the present the strike settlement without govday as corsicana voters de The election is the outcome ajn aiong with many nonofficial news agency Tass ernment cicje tne outcome of the local of a recent court ruling that communist countries have an It was stated tho scientific at his Palm option A county poll held that local option elections nounced they are backing Turequipment was operating nor fiom their homes but most of ac1 vacation headtax receipt or exemption is remay be held on the precinct key for the Eastern European maliy and temperatures quarters invoked the TaftHarU A city poll tax is not they could be aoal in lne nnation A pressures within the space vem an executlve Oracr tn lew Law to pave the way for an held only on a countywide decision will be taken by the hide accorded with proset r 0day courtordered end of Pons in the five boxes will General Assembly perhaps the sixday docks but Open at 8 and close at 7j It was in 1910 when Navarro jater this I Its next transmissions to earth customed to similar overflows in the stay ed with their The Arkansas River at Tulsa reached its second highest stage in fAP Wirephoto In Washington PALM Oc Elsenhowe today invoked the TaftHartle r Law In the docks open L ing the way for government t seek an 80day backtowor court The acting at hi vacation declare avoided taking similar action to wind up the 81day steel stop Hopes For Settlement county saw its last prohibition statement to lhe possibly including some re M m 4 A 4 The issue is whether the The county voted govjet UN delegation of the probe behind the of alcoholic beverages is to be but Corsicana voted wet by lMcjared that the Western scheduled for to legalized for offpremises Icrimination against Soviet bloc morrow between 9 and 10 1 I 4 t t The issue s one of the most countricg Jn Eagtem Europe 30 minutes south lati While Chambers creek con to near Richland was reported falling from Richland upstream Tues day Trinity river was still rising at Trinidad and will probably leave its banks during the day or fed by the tor rential precipitation in Johnson and Ellis counties during the was receding at the Highway 75 crossing north of Corsicana and at Hogan the crossing on the direct route from Corsicana to Roane and Briar Briar vas back where traffic could cross 109 votes was their statutory criminatJon is a manifestation wcst ia in evidence such distude and 22 defireca 48 minutes partment officials predicted tha f 1iBfJt I I M 1 T J m i Fortson Estate Audit Approved By All Parties A petition containing more war At least a limited revelation I be sought and obtained in fed the needed names was certified mental to tne cause of peace of what the Lunik sees is exeral court by been The Soviet statement was See RED Page 10 circulated a few hours before By The Associated Press Floods from heavy weekend rains chased 28 families from their homes above Fort Worth on Eagle Mountain Lake and reservoir crept higher by the the 60 houses Fort Worth rescue squads were on a standby basis at Eagle Mountain The res ervoir feet over the manager of the Tarrant County Water Control said the lake level wont rise higher than 5 feet above the sp Eisenhower ed hope through his Press Sec A total of persons are heated in the history of theigt fee brought to an end The exact position at noon retary that the steel industry eligible to vote in the Both sides have EST today was plotted and union would continue negoand if the strength of absentee paigned Under conditions where the over thc Atlantic at tiations and achieve a speedy voting is any most County commissioners cal eel of international of these citizens will election last There was no immediate A total of by the steel disputants to get back into direct both sides were study ing the remarks made in Cali fornia for Eisenhower by the Presidents press James Hagerty said Eisenhower still believes that1 free collective bargaining Is on and the commission S proved by parties concerned at a hearing before District Judge James Sewell Judge confirmed the the original case styled James Thomas Fortson Joe strike which has tied u ng piers from Maine ti Texas would imperil the naj tional health and safety 1C per mltted to Seo Friday Injunction Tho he has had an impact on the flov of food and other perlshabt as i products to the heavily coastal In Labor Del a backtowork injunction wil est loser in the historic steel worst in American his by the county Tho following have designated as polling a Soviet Ward negro community mnister was to address the 82nation assembly on this and other Issues before the current session The Soviet declaration stated that a number of countries are violating agreements on geo1 graphic distribution of Security Council seats and pursuing the policy aimed at lationa at the Chapel bridge gtm wefe m water along Turkey Creek in the Crystal City area The water was rushing weatherl fch gan AntoniOi The waterUff Sandy Forecasts of observer and ganger at receding weather through Wednes Highway 31 crossing of Cham nQ furthcr flooding was exL avc ake watchers a bright bers Creek for the govern1 reported Tuesday niorn E3timates of food and torna The rising watcr threatened g that the creek damaRe 1osc into tne at Camp Dido near Trucks and rescue crews from Carswell Air Force Base joined police and civilian volunteers in moving familiesto safety See TEXAS Page 2 Fair Deal Earned The Steelworkers say Ing Industry workers ed a fair the 24foot six feet over and still was The level was at feet Mon day Richland Subsides Richland creek was subsiding upstream Tuesday and was fall See Page 9 Khrushchev Is In Vladivostok Another Storm afters Japan InVeras Wake Oklahoma Flood amage Heavy See Page 10 Former Conroe Representative Leaves Prison Ward fire slntlon on Wcst 13th avenue Ward courthouse Ward YMCA See Page 9 Student Stabs Teacher In Back Oct 38yearold school L Tf n teacher was stabbed in the et It follows a L fe Mond ln her claa8room judgment entered by Judge I A hoy haa Sewell last January 9 namhvr L chargod with assault with the Carl weapon and assault George and Howe m a complete Officlals of a Fredcricksburg hospital said the re Elsenhower took no legal on the 84da old steel despite the ne collapse of The President said regardinj that nationwide hov that the dispute management and labor to be getting down more am more to a trial of strength bc tween two groups with tn A higher than usual vote hadl American public the greates registered by oon Tues See DOCK 10 Special City Election Draws Heavy Voting See Page 13 and authorizing Chest Workers Get Challenge At Breakfast f The total value of the r Kpwrnmh of Fred nqf nf which Is located in AIlce 3 JNewcomo 01 challenges were the order of ost or wnicn is locatea in Is in good Di ft mi w r 1 I f tl V L I IJ B d m 1 kJ p f rtKCTTo k i vlson of Inn by the commissioners with a in the This included real personal knife imbedded about two inches in her campaign kicked off its part in the fund raising ef fort at a breakfast The whose name was Tucgday at thc Navarro Hotel 6 winds battered Southern Japan posing new threats to in a bribery left prison today a free He served 11 months and 2 6 SP Flood this nation still cleaning up reeling from o wake of Typhoon a weekend of heavy count weathermen said troped more damage today as ical storm Amy was expected slowly o 6 mier Nikita Khrushchev to day praised the Parta of proclaimed southern by cupation regime in West may develop into a typhoon be fore it completes its expected i Oklahoma Civil Defense L tul ern and Brett said bl11 hc had Khrushchev and o ei esi to accept a received no clemency from who repeated said he will show no mercy to state officials convict ed of His time served is about norm for thosc with good Prlaon conduct A jury convicted Cox of agree ing to accept a bribe in return for withdrawing an anti Parties involved in the county tion are the estate of the late Annelle Betty Lou Joe released by freed under bond Another Challenge a preliminary hearing 13 in Seaman James Fortson He said questioning of the boy would have to wait until ho iolacomes out of a state of Further information was not available The teacher and the the occasion of that 10th Tannn i i i oiEGinu Jdnan of flour The Soviet agency Tass said he addressed a meeting of workers there The premier went to Vladivostok from where he attended Red Chinas birthday would start work determining the United States tne extent of damages as soon four millionLs He has estimated to help damages in Oklahoma would feed victims of Typhoon amount to millions of The Embassy said the is lne m0at extensive flood wheat flour can he supplied imdamage T nave every seen in mediately from stocks in Japan Edmondson said of grains allocated to after his flight over the strick See Page 2 len His accuser was Sen Page 9 Nuclear Sub Bumps Whale Here For 12Day Tour Howard Harmon of San nightit of the naturopathtcl hfll an offic doctors Cox always asserted he was innocent and that he had been framed while trying to gather idence of bribery He was released from the UP nuclearpoweroil submarine Seadragon ran into a little trouble while on n test hit a NEW Turkish Premier Adnan Men dcrns arrived Monday night for n 12day visit in the United Ho will attend a threeday conference in Washington of The boat came back to port toltho Central Treaty Organization The second clear sub built at the naval ipyard left Monday for of builders sea Division Chairman Fred Roy challenged his workers to show they were up to the assignment of raising a quota of or per cent of the total Before Roy could submit tho issue to his solicitor an initial gauntlet was thrown down In front of the Special Gifts campaigners by Jay Silver boy wno ns chairman of Ad vance Gifts Division challenged the group to strive to beat his own aggregation two ways see who will come closest to contacting 100 per cent of their prospect cards and to see who will some nearest to collecting 100 per cent of the suggested giving on the prospect cards as signed Recognition Due substituting as campaign director in the e Tuesday of Director that ab Ray year clay with a report it struck Huntsville prison at 11 and whjje on the came at once to home his surface Monday and visit Dallas and Besides members of lhe Treaty are Sue Page than Is generally recorded balloting up to that hour in a municipal contest indicating considerable interest on the part of Shortly before a total of 423 ballots had been cast in the five city wards to name a successor from among four candidates to fill the commis sion vacancy created by DeGaulle Miffed Because Ignore About Summit death of Fred As is since it is 6 UP French Embassy spokesma said today there has been n anv sort wit President Charles De Gaulle o biggest the largest num ber of votes had been recorded holding a summit in Ward 3 where 174 ballots had Thc Press Offic been marked at Toa struck out at wh The vote by wards was as he saw as Implications In new follows Ward j Negro Comdispatches that De Gaull I E A I I L m unity 52 Ward 2 See CITY Page 13 Fast Airliner Predicted Soon 6 aircraft executive today predicted a airliner capable of landing and taking off vertically will be de1 veloped in the foreseeable fu Hall senior vice was in some manner stallln agreement on a summit moo1 I deny 100 per Ban1 that the question of summit conference has bed put to De Nobody hi been discussing There has been no consult tion of any sort as to whethe After his Iks at Camp Dav with Soviet Premier President Else a news conferen t his major cpndj ons for holding a summit meej hower told 11 V T A m nff tlons for holding a summit mec T 1 TCnrimnnlinv nprppmnnr rn II i t n TvTrt II nniniP Do the JNOtnCTl lecture nt the His speech was released by his company He said the aircraft might rc inst 11 ii scnih e a skin divers foot flip ft i many or a finned electric J 1 the threat of Soviet actl et European Allies France and Wcst Ge as well as other NAT1 He said further study Is necos to sctcrmlnc whether It have There was some damage Pakistan and The Cox said only prison officials ud to a prOpeller and nations were allied with Iraq 6 UP The Air Force officer who help ed bring intercontinental ballistic missiles into being to day congratulated the Russians for another psychological vic tory in sending Lunik III to the Benjamin commander of the air research and development there was not much to chose between the important scientific information gained from American and Soviet space who became the Air Forces research and de velopment chief last spring after heading the ballistic missile division for several said he expected good progress In the space program in the near I certainly am not one who feels that we should bow our heads in shame because of the undoubted he Schievei conferenc ances given Russian fection of intercontinental ballis tic Schriever called the confer ence to announce a reorganiza tion of the air research and de velopment He said the major objective was to com press the time between the birth of an idea and the completion of an operational weapons sys Schriever said that under the new organization his command would exercise more direct con trol over its farflung research and development some of which have been handled to a large extent through civilian management Under the new air research and development command will have four major The ballistic missile division will continue to concentrate on longrange weapons at Ingle At Wright Patterson Air Force will newsbe formed an air development achieve into a command and control development division in charge of all communications and elec tronic control systems of Im portance to ballistic missile and space The research division will be concentrated in the area and will supervise all Air Force units engaged in basic Schriever said that the re organization should be com pleted within six that there would he some slight shifting of personnel withln the divisions but that total ac tivity and cost of Air Force re search and development would continue at about its present saw him He entered prison tcat was Vice Adm Hyman Last May 8 the state board pardons recommended his re Aboard the sub in charge of in the Baghdad Pact until Iraq withdrew last The United States is assoclat The Seadragons skipper laled with the organization but Is Says Denied Quiz have boon informed what went on in tho Ca See Page 10 Chance See Page 10 George Inot a formal 6 T Air Guard Demands Probe LcMay Remarks i iviojiuay uy Herbert defense director of research and that the United States and the Soviets division responsible for direction ui an aeronautical and related The present Cambridge Re CAPE 6 A Thor intermedi ate range missile thundered sky ward today several hours after an Atlas registered a success test with a new type tactical nose The 65foot Thor was aimed at a target miles down the Atlantic missile The shot was another In a series to im search Center at Hanscom FieldProve the missiles reliability as SAN 6 intelligence official today challenged Nikita Khrush chevs peaceful coexistence saying the Communists organized and armed several thousand Laotian guerrillas in North deputy di rector of the Central Intelli gence also cited Soviet and Red Chinese moves in saying that the Communists actively trying to subvert the free To the free peoples of the thn bold evidence of Communist aggression is not very Cabnll said in a speech prepared for a Na tinal Guard Calling this peaceful coex istence does not make much sense to V 111 I U C4 U V r i fc are neck and neck in the will be converted See Page 10 Peaceful Communist coexistence doctrine is i which Khrushchev stressed time and abain during bis recent The Soviet premier Glared that under its peaceful coexistence Moscow avoids interfering with in ternal affairs of other1 coun Cabell said Laos and Africa are only two examples of why there can be no room for com placency or forgetfulncsa about Communist ranging from smiling faces to mass murder In whore a UX fact finding group is now search ing for any evidence of out side aid to Red Cabc said we know that the Com munists have clandestinely sup plied weapons and trained agi and are the See Page 9 SAN 6 UP Remarks about thc attributed to the deputy chief of staff of the air Curtis have that some of the big name telelcoached him on what gesturi College student Herbert Stemlvislon quiz shows were to pel testified today he asked for The subcommittee viewed a To another Ste a chance to play an honest film of one of Stcmpels initial pej said Ms perspjrjng the nowdefunct TV matches with Charles Van Dorduring the bout with Van quiz show TwentyOne in late one of the first big money cn was But the reaso 1956 and was turned winners of the quiz ne said wag because his Isoli Stemppl said the request Then Stempel told of being tion boolh waa cxtremely h was made when Dan and rehearsing his tne lipnU and the duccrs refused to turn on S conditioning In the They said It would interfe with the Stem now testified one of the owners of the firm formances that produced who charged nationalltold him after havlnglyear that TwentyOne coached him for earlier has said he finally lost to Van Doren by nright refuse at a Housel The subcommittee has said Did prompted a demand for a thoroPuKh S that it has no plans to question agreed in advance to other He Van has told a tails of the The demand came here that 1 had to go for the New York grand jury he had the number of points he 1l b no Idea anything was take on each category of qu Van at thc time of his tioning and the number William Harrison d of thc president of the National Guard of the United Harrison asked Clarence chairman of the associations air affairs com to go into the with his group during the urocjv Stempel said he had told scv that wiLii UU14UK jjrodv testiiiou inai siempei guards 81st general conference me the afternoon Stempel swore Under by subgram was prearranged and committee chief counsel during a conference forc thc show and told role was rehearsed in The fourday conference rm taking a Among other he said he peaiance tinues through prarlnate sturientlwas told which question ho was I He said The ArmyNavy Air Journal Saturday quoted as saying that the guard efficient and cannot 1 hislStcmpels apartment on fin arrangements for his first Enright fish a graduate student was See Page 9 isiative into the quiz See QUIZ Page 10   

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