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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - October 7, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL cloudy and mild through Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 3 68 72 76 79 80 I 81 82 Complete Weather Report on Market Homtofthe Daily Morning LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW selected issues govern ments Cotton Higher trading CHICAGO increased Corn Mixed December mostly top top 105 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENIS Dock Strike Hearing Settlement Urged r ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft it ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Nixon Warns Russia On Subversion Tactics CENTO OPENS 3DAY MEET IN CAPITAL Nations Along Soviet Borders Study Defenses President Nixon today Russia that use of sub version against free nations would endanger the concept of peaceful competition advanced by Nikita Khrushchev dur ing his Once Baghdad Group Nixon spoke at the opening of a threeday meeting of the Central Treaty Organization the former Baghdad Pact group which forms a middle eastern defense alliance along Russias Full pomp and circumstance attended the event in which Nixon welcomed the leaders Pakistan and Great Britain at the Cento gath The United although It is not a formal member of the heavily supports its defense and economic acti Cant Relax Referring to peaceful over tures made by Soviet Premier Khrushchev on his tour of the United Nixon warned against relaxing free world de fense efforts at this He that while some may see a change in the world and one can be hopeful about resuming negotiations on Ber there should be no illusions See Page 3 Welcomes Red Plans For Space Study UNITED The United States today welcomed a Soviet pro posal for an international scien tific conference on outer space under UN Delegate Henry Cabot Lodge expressed hope that the Soviet plan announced Tuesday means cooperation in the fu ture work of the United Na tions in the field of outer Lodge made it that the United States still strongly supports the idea of epecial UN committee to study the exploration of outer space Lodges views were outlined in a statement to the press short ly after the British Foreign Of fice issued a similar statement in London welcoming the So viet The United States was under stood to feel that the holding of an international conference on outer space would not con flict with the work of a UN special It appears virtually impossi ble for the West to turn down the latest Soviet which calls on the UN to sponsor an international parley of scientists See Page 3 Voting Heavy On Local Option Issue Limit Bowie Traffic Curbs ATOMIC SCIENTIST EVENTS BIKE BIDE FOR BLIND Frank Dudley of an atomic met little tenyearold Timothy Patrick blind at a He wanted to do something for the boy and learned the youngster loved to ride a bicycle but always had to have someone guide Dudley designed this made up of a center post with long radial rods hold ing six Here in center fore rides with five neighborhood AP Wirephoto Could Be Battlefield SAN 7 The United Slates mainland might well be the battlefield in a future James Blair told the Na tional Guard of the In that Blair our armed forces cannot be commit ted to combat until the battle field is tidied He addressed delegates at the Guards mens 81st general Stressing the importance of the National Guard as a sive in addition to its historic role as a first line re serve for the active Blair said It is all well and good to talk about speedy mobilization of our forces rapid move ment into but the fact is that if we are subjected to a nuclear no one is go ing anywhere until we patch up a few railroad repair some air strips and do a great many other Although it is not known how devastatinga nuclear atlack could Blair civil de fense authorities picture the nation as almost incapacitated from even a medium See Page 3 Traffic Halted 7 JP of a Southern Pacific freight train jumped the track and a gasoline tank car caught fire Ten to 12 cars went off the rails in the pileup 5 miles south of here in East Tex No injuries were Highway patrolmen stood by lo keep spectators at a safe dis tance in event of an Officers said a second car of gasoline and one containing naphtha also were Civil Rights Probe Must List Charges threejudge federal court today upheld the const ilulional ity of the Federal Civil Rights the court ruled the oommisslon could not force Louisiana voter registrars to Uphold Alaska Indian Claims 7 UP The Court of Claims de cided today that a small group of Alaskan Indians are entitled to be paid for more than 20 mil lion acres of land taken from their ancestors by the white Millions of dollars could be The Indians about of the Tlingit and Haida had sued for compensation for fishing and hunting rights and for the value of the land their antecedents The fivejudge court un animously agreed with their The amount of money will be determined within the next year 01 Iwo by a court A court attache said there is no way of estimating how much this will since there Is no precendent in This is the first favorable judgment for Indians tcslify withoul first advising thorn of charges against them The original suit was filed b Jack Gremillion on behalf of the vote It asked that hearings by the com mission on voter registration complaints by negroes be stop District Judge Ben Dawkins issued a temporal restraining order July 12 to block the The three judge special courl composed of S See Nikita Takes Long Way Home 7 Nikita Khrushchev flew ti Irkutsk in Central Siberia lo day en roule home from hi visit to The Soviet news agency Tas said the premier made an im portant speech Tuesday to a mass meeting of workers in th Siberian port city of Vladivo Tass said the speech wll be made public in a few days At miles south easl of Khrushchev in sptjctcd a hydroelectric powe Moscow radio He then made a short flight to Bratsk where he planned to look al anolher power What had been a controversial ssue involving oneway streets n the Bowie school area was educed to quiet passiveness Tuesday as no opposition was oiced to a second and final eading of an ordinance impos ng regulations at Tuesdays City Commission Hours Limited Before having the ordinance ntroduced for final r Mayor Read ng reported the City Zoning and Planning Commission had ubmitted new recommendations vherein it proposed thai one vay traffic be applied only on school days and between the hours of and The mayor added that only wo persons protesting the in auguration of oneway Iraffic n two streets Lexington Drive and North Twentyfourth had contacled him since he last they being Barnett and Charles and they had informed him they vould withdraw their objections f thn hours and school day rovisions mentioned above vere Mayor Reading also advised Ihe commission of receipt of a pelilion signed by approximately 60 Bowie school See Page 10 Blackwell Is Voters Choice For Commission Karl Corsicana ac and formerly a long ime employe of Bethlehem Sloe Company led a fourman Ucket In Tuesdays special elec tion to win the right to serve out the nnexpired term of the ate Commissioner Fred BlacUwell carried only two ol the citys five hut piled up enough votes overall to take the election by a margin of 102 votes over the Sam retired ticket agent of the BurlingtonRock Island and Fort Worth and Denver Rail The victor polled 607 votes to 502 for Jesse employe of the United Steelworkers also a former Bethlehem Steel Companv ran third with 333 Sam plumbing was low man in the voting with 147 receiving one morn tally than the unofficial tabulation of ballots made by the Daily Cily Commission met at Tuesday in recessed ses Page 10 JOHNSON RULES OUT ANY SECOND PLACES 7 Lyndon Johnson D Tex said today the United States can outproduce and out sell the Soviet Union and must win for the sake of Nikita Khrushchev has we needed the les the Communists are able and dedicated to our Johnson told a joint service clubs meeting In the days thnt lie we must be equally equally able and much more dedicated to the preservation of The Senate visited bore with fellowTexan majority leader Rittersbacher Cancer Director For Third Time District 12 of the Texas Di vision of the American Cancer Society accorded the Navarro County Cancer Society an un precedented honor in nnnua meeting Tuesday at Hillsboro when it elected Ed Rillersbach er I a third term as n district directors serve bul two In the Navarro Coun tv unit wns presented an nward for again oversubscribing it Cancer Crusade fund goal in President Paul Smith re ceived the Of the 22 sounties in the dis nine worn represented among the 82 delegates present for the sessions held in the Baptist church Six of the counties re ceived special in cluding for having five or more delegates in attendance Elected as new directors of the district were Wenclel Lowery of Gatcsvillc succeeding Nathan Cedars of Stephen ville and Elizabeth Estes of Waco succeeding I Bruce Duncan of Rltlers bachcr and the two retiring di rectors presided at the various business sessions which con vened at and continued through I Attending with President and Rittersbachcr were Frnd education director of the local unit Mrs Glenn Bell and D Hale of Crusade leaders both volunteer in their com Consultant Says Quiz Show Rigged 7 A public relations consultant for producers of the TV quiz program TwentyOne leslified today the show was At the same the wit Alfred said an attorney advised his public re lations firm not to tell the truth to New York authorities in vestigating charges that con testants were given questions and answers in Davis identified the attorney as Edwin Slote of New In Davis said his firm and Barry and Enright owners of the quiz had deceived National Broad casting by not telling them the NBC was the net work that carried one of the biggest quiz shows until it collapsed last year after charges it was Davis was the leadoff wit ness on the second day of in quiry by the House legislative oversight subcommitlee inlo show Under Davis said Slote had advised him to get out of town after authorities began looking into the charges against the Where did he advise you to go asked Roberl Lish subcommillee As far away as Davis Davis testified that publica tion by New York newspapers of stories about alleged rigging of the program led to a series of meetings in 1957 and 1958 at tended by representalives of Ihe Davis own firm and he NBC is sued a statement that it had found the charges baseless and had complete confidence in the integrity of the Asked whether his firm and the Barry and Enright organ ization had not made every ef fort to deceive Davis re plied I would have to say We die1 not make any great effort to deceive bul we did not enlighlen He said he has no reason to believe that NBC at any time was aware the TwentyOne pro gram was Davis was asked aboul testi mony Tuesday by Herbert Stem a former TwentyOne con testant who told of being sup plied with questions and an swers and of being told to answer He said that Stempel was off base1 on some but on the crucial whether he was given the what he said was Davis said that during one of the emergency meetings after the show rigging charges were his advised him to deny certain things that he knew were Did he advise you to do this while you were under oath before the grand jury Lish man I dont Davis He said he did not remember Ihe words grand jury being Slcven Derounian R subcommittee interjecled that an attorney who would give a client such advice ought not to be practicing He suggested the New York State Bar look into the Subcommitlee chairman Oren Harris DArk said this was something outside Ihe subcom miltees Davis also testified that he had suspicions about olher quiz shows bul did not identi fy He said it was not generally known in the show business that programs were but it was probably Before todays hearing Harris said Daniel co owner of TwentyOne and Al bert the shows pro will be heard tonight be hind closed Enright asked lhat his testi mony be taken in Har ris has indicated that some of the testimony may be made pub lic Richard Jackman of New an organizer for the In ternational Ladies Garment Workers who cleared as a oneshot conteslant on testified that he unsuspectingly received in mce what turned out to be the questions he was asked and the correct Jackman said that several days before his Enright spent several h urs in what was oslensibly a practice session with typical questions and Jack man said he understood the pur pose was to let him know the difference between the types of See QUIZ Page U Speaker Sam He nalsed Rayburn as a real tow er of strength during the recent Johnson talked at length about what he called the chal cng of our saying We can outproduce the Sov We can outsell the We can outdo them in all the field which freedom has staked out for its own including the naintcnance of our world posi This is the challenge that faces Americans in the decade that lies Johnson called Soviet Premier Khrushchev a remarkable visi tor who Is surrounded by men who are hard and hey are not secondraters it Is clear that Khrushchev is not relying just upon aggression an He has intro duced the concepl of total war Between freedom and Commun thai involves every elcmenl of our sociely and of The Senior Texas senator urg See Page U Heart Attack Proves Fatal To Mario 38 7 w American tenor Mario Lanza died today in a Rome Lanza had been In the hos pital for about a re portedly for treatment of a minor A friend said he suffered a heart atlack and died shortly after He was As voters were turning out in large numbers Wednesday for the local option At votes had been cast in the five precincts with the most intense voting still expected to The noon check produced Ihe following vole count In the five precincts Precinct Pre cinct Precinct Precinct and Precinct Votes in the absentee box were counted Wednesday at 10 Ear Grffin is presiding judge replacing who is A total of 109 per sons voted the absentee The results will be revealed at Metcalf replaced Buddy Starks as presiding Starks was years ago under movie career in several years ot ATLAS SPORTS XEIV NOSE Atlas a brand new nose cone perched on its roars off on a start of a mile test flight from Cape The Air Force calls this a second generalion cone and plans evenlually lo use it on all its big Standing nearly 12 feet the cone is de signed for more rapid reentry through the earths It also can carry a bigger nuclear The Atlas is 80 feet tall without the nose AP WirephotoJ Lanza two took a new Europe after controversial activity in the United A Philadelphia Lanza vaulted to fame with the film The Great He earn cd in one more than half of it in phonograph Jn he was about the holleal thing in show Two years later he was in debt to the United States gov ernment and having a harcl time finding One of the reasons was Hint he got too fat for romantic He was a sick hi friend Irving Aronson said o Ihe period in which Lanza bal looned in failed lo fill a Las Vegas engagement and was accused of breaking a Holiy wood movie Lanza was born in the Little Italy sccllon of Philadelphia See Page 3 In Precinct See Page 11 County Creeks Recede Trinity Trouble Looms Floodwaters on Richland and Chambers creeks are subsiding n Navarro county and trouble is expected on the Trinity latci In the Chambjjf cnvjlt al the High way 31 crossing cast of Corsi ca nn Wednesday morning show ed dropping from the crest of feet late Tuesday The large volume of water from the heavy precipita tion in Johnson and Ellis coun ties over the weekend have kepi the crest from falling as fast as is customary following torren tial High At Wlnkler Richland creek was reported falling south of Eureka at mid morning bul the combined streams from near Wlnkler to the Trinity river in northeast Freestone county are still who operates the government gauge at the Highway 31 crossing on said the highest crest of 1959 occurred on May when the level reached Hognn Bridge crossing is ex peeled to be open later In tho See Page 10 Baghdad Reports Radio Reports Kassem Shot Abdel Karlm IrnqV strongman was sho in shoulder Baghdat radio The radio said the Premlei was slightly Iraqs military Gen Ahmed Snlch El imme dlatcly clamped a curfew or Baghdad and its REPORT SET THURSDAY BY 3MAN UNIT Management And Workers Swap Accusations 7 UP resident Eisenhowers emer gency factfinding board com pleted a fast public hearing to lay on the strike of East and Gulf Coast stevedores with an appeal to the parties lo resume bargaining at once and ham mer out a Chairman Guy Farmer told newsmen he expects that bar something we cannot fore we will file a report to Cnn Start Machinery This could If Eisenhower in motion the pro cedures under the TnftHarlley Labor Act which would lead to a federal court order enjoining the sevendayold strike for 80 days of cooling off and bargaln The hearing was finished In one hour and 45 As it Farmer reminded spokesmen of the striking Inter national Longshoremens and the waterfront employers that TaftHartley will not bring about any soution of this dis He urged tho parties to make every effort to get together to bring about a peaceful pcttls Prospcofs Scant Spokesmen for both sides agreed but their as outlined In sharp and hostile Cue DOCK Page 3 McDonald Hints Court Contest On Injunction 7 United Steelworkers President David McDonald sent his wagepolicy committee home to He said steel strike settle ment prospects appeared hope McDonald indicated he felt the next step will bo for Prest dent Elsenhower to invoke tho TaftHartley law to end thn strike for an 80day But McDonald said the union will fight any such court Injunction In the But ho pledged the failllng to upset an would obey the law of tha The union chief said thero was nothing in tho sleel tlatlons picture to Indicate hope for setllement in teh near In strongly opposing use of the TH law McDonald again called for nppoinlment by enhower of a public factfind ing board to sift the strike Issues and recommend a settle ment Eisenhower has expressed dlslaslo for such a but has said he would name one If See Page 11 Red Flags In West Berlin Com munist East Germanys new flag flew dcflanlly over Wesl Berlin elevalcd railway tlons today on the 10th anni versary of the Red German In this divided the ele vated network is run by the East even on West Berlin Western police were patrolling the streets below the stations but by 10 had made no move to lake Ihe flags Weslern police raided some stalions removing the flags from At they had to At the Schoencberg Repair Shops they were attacked by about 300 Communists railway men wielding stones and chem ical fire Five Western policemen were at least one West German Mayor Willy Brandt consulted his top aides about what action to take Western occupation officials traced the trouble to the new East German The Com munists have decorated the ele vated stations on other but until last week they used the same flag as the West Ger The new flag has a Com munist a hammer and compass device thai looks like the Soviet hammer and sickle on tho black and gold stripes of the Wcsl German thn Easl German News termed the police ac tion an unheardof provoca It said at stations rail way workers successfully de fended their state Allied officials reserved com ment but pointed out thai the West Berlin police acted on Some allied sources said the matter cunio clearly under allied jurisdiction and thai the allies should have been There was some speculation thai Ihe operation was sus pended on allied advice but one American spokesman insist we have nolhing lo do with West Berlin police said Ihe flags were removed as a threat to public safety after protests from West Berlin East German Communist Premier Otto Grotewohl in a speech Tuesday accused tha Western powers of preserving Wesl Berlin as a bridgehead In the He said nothing itboul Ihe flag Walter Communist party also made no ref erence either to the flag inci Addressing a huge rally at East Berlins MarxEngels Square Ulbricht cited Ihe status of Vatican Cily In Rome as a possible example for a so lution to the Berlin The bearded Red leader sairt the Vatican City had to follow Italian law but was assured of free Agree ment along these lines could well offer a solution for he Western sources were some what surprised at Ulbrichts ref erence to the They they doubted this was a modification of the Commu nist demand to make West Ber lin a free city from which the allied would be MONTANA GETS SNOW first snowstorm piled a white blanket across tha turning roads Into dan gerous runways of and   

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