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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - October 8, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Friday colder tonight and Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 I S 74 79 83 84 82 80 80 Complete Weather Beport on Market fflHennoMhe Daily Sun and SemlWMkly Horning Ua LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE selected governments Cotton short CHICAGO Wheat profit higher Mostly higher short top IT weak top 106 1959 SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENT Seek TH Injunction In Dock Workers Strike 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 ft ft ft ft ft Gas Line Break Threatens Big Austin Sector HUNDREDS FROM HONES Most Residents Return After Fumes Dissipate A roar Ing break in a 10inch butane and propane gas line spewed the explosive fuel over a vast sec tion of Austin early today and threatened thousands with po tential But four hours after the police said the gravest danger of a blast appeared end The 300 to 400 persons who fled their homes Sparks Feared The propane gas collected in any low place and a spark or fire could set it One of those who refused to evacuate was Leave he asked a repor I turned off the Ive lived here 30 years and Im not fc James Andrews It gagged but I could stand it and I didnt want to Blame Cleaner Total Disarmament Debate Starts Friday Drys Victors Wednesday Vote Complete unofficial returns from the five wards and absen tees in the election Wednesday within the city of Corsicana on the question of whether or not the sale of alcoholic beverages for offpremise consumption would be legalized showed 1946 against the proposal and 1033 Ifor An official of Phillips Petro leum said the break appar ently was caused by a cleaning device sent through the The line carries butane or pro pane depending on the The gases are processed from natural gas and liquefy under They are used for heat ing and cooking by many home See Page 7 CC Directors Get Reports On Many Activities A light primarily concerning Itself with progress reports from was the order of the day Thursday at 10 for the Chambei of Commerce October board o directors meeting held in the Navarro Hotel Sun RibbonCutting Directors upon the suggestion and subsequent motion of Joe Butler commended the coun ty commissioners court for ar ranging and sponsoring so suc cessfully last week the ribbon cutting ceremony marking the formal opening of the segment between Corsicana and Rich land of the new Interstate Highway An appropriate probably an open letter which will be submitted for newspaper will he prepared by the board and di rected to County Judge Ken neth Douglas and the county In the only other matter submitted to a the board authorized the civic affairs committee to spend up to in decorating a Chamber of Commerce float to be entered in the Navarro Junior Colleges Homecoming Parade on 31 when the NJC ExStudents Taiwan Attack To Bring War NEW Un dersecretary of State Douglas Dillon has warned that if the Chinese Communists try to seize Taiwan and the Chinee offshore Islands they will risk total world He also said in a speech Wed nesday night that the Soviet Union as head of the Communist block will be held responsible for Peipings The State Department officia addressed the twelfthannual Far East Conference sponsored by the Far EaslAniertca Commerce and Dillon rend a message from President Eisenhower reaffirm ing policies of defeudin freedom and promoting peace In the Far Dillon asserted that we firm ly reject the attempts by Com munists leaders to justify wha they call revolutionary wars or wars of Wa is no matter where or whj it may be He said there can be no glossing over the danger tha an attempt to seize Taiwan am the offshore islands Quemoy am Matsu is as likely to em broil the world community in total war as is the launchin of any other type of earnestly hope Peiping will se the See Page 14 Cuba Expands Land Seizures Th cabinet told the Institute o Agrarian reform today to con tinue seizing certain private owned lands without waitin for the establishment of spec ial courts as required by th Agrarian Reform The cabinet passed a special law authorizing the which administers Prime Minis ter Fidel Castros land reform to continue its work without waiting for formal ac tion by land evaluation courts and other legal tribunals creat ed by the controversial Ward in East Corsicana the only section favoring ie local option proposal for egalizing the sale of alcoholic There were 314 votes or the measure and 113 against In the there were 8 wet and 55 dry the losest of any of the Wards 4 and 5 wen verwhelmingly and decisively gainst the rolling up he commanding lead of more nan two to one in these four A total of votes were indicating or more jeing cast for there are jallots incomplete anJ on three absen ees were not properly notariz id and were thrown This is the largest voter turn See Page 14 Chest Employes jifts Division Starts Action Sixteen teams of the Employe Gifts Division of the Cojnmunit Chest campaign swung into ac tion Thursday at a kickoff breakfast at the Navar ro Hotel after accepting cha cnges flung at them hy the tw other divisions already in th The teams led by Divisio hairman Lloyd Carraway wi be seeking gifts from hour nd salaried workers of the clt to meet a or th equivalent of per cent o the total Chest goal of Employes Gifts workers wei given an able demonstration c how to do the job and at the same were shown the wrong way approach which they were urged not to The demonstration was capably pre See Page 8 Papers Rated Most Important vice president and executive editor of the Dallas Times said Wednesday the American newspaper is Im portant in todays world to an almost shocking McKnight said if he had to United 8 The UN political commit ee agreed unanimously today to egin immediate debate on the otal disarmament plan of Soviet remier Priority for the Khrushchev Ian was proposed by the chair lan of the 82nation mhassador Franz Matsch of after private consul His proposal was ac epted without Matsch announced that dis ussion of the Soviet plan will legin Friday Other lisarmament proposals will be aken up in sequence after the xamination of the plan offer d by the Soviet leader before he general assembly In suggesting priority for the Soviet Matsch recall d that both Khrushchev and Eisenhower had agreed that general disarma ment was the most important ssue facing the world Vasily Soviet deputy foreign will ead off the disarmament debate Latest Cotton Guess Is Higher 8 he Agriculture Department stimatcd the cotton crop to ay at bales of 500 lounds gross This estimate is only tales more than the lales forecast a month it is well above the comparatively small crop last ear of The 10year 94857 average is Cotton this year is being pro select the most important ele ment in American he would select the McKnight said the American newspaper Is the outlet of in formation that must he channel ed to the people if wr are tr survive and not die the death of the See Page 14 Nikita Chides About Its Rocket Flops 8 UP Khrushchev suggests Amer icans trail the Russians in aunching moon rockets because the United States doesnt hav a Communist Before a cheering crowd Ii Vladivostok the Sovie premier teased the United State for its failure to follow the Russians to the A hitherto unreported section uf Khrushchevs made on his way home from Rod China was broadcast by radio Moscow Khrushchev asked What is the explanation o our great successes Are we th cleverest and most capable I IF not that we are in an way The fact i hat our Soviet socialist order See Page 7 lunik N earing Turning Point II has left the moons gravita tional field and its speed is ailing at it nears point for he start of its return toward he Tass announced to The Soviet News Agency said the 614pound flying laborato passing around the was miles from the moon and miles from the earth it 12 noon Drastic Curbs Placed On State Highway Funds 8 The government today slappec stringent controls over stalL spending of federal funds foi Secretary of Commerce Fred crick Mueller trimmed state highway allotments 700 million dollars and said the curbs were need under a new federal con rol program designed to in reasc marketing by dropping he market It permits ncrcased plantings over those f In the 1959 crop wil le supplemented by a reserve and surplus supply of abou bales as the result o past The governmen lolds most of the accumula ions from the old crops undo ts price support The Texas crop was estlmatet it bales and the aver age production was set at 35 lounds per up bales The acreage estimated fo larvest is acres com pared with last yea and for the 10yea In 1958 some cotton and was retired under a soi bank British Election Vote Heavy ain elected a new government today with one of the heaviest outpourings of voters in histo ry In advance of the vote Prime Minister Harold Mac millans conservative party rul ed the favorite to beat Hugh Gaitskells Labor Morgan Labor Party declared in midafter however Things seem to be going well for the Electioneve public opinion the London stock market and British bookmakers put their money Shares on on the conserva the stock market rose with steel issues among the The Labor Party was pledged to full na tionalizattion of the steel indus With good a big turnout of voters brought pre dictions of The last record 29 million election in 1955 brought a turnout of or per In persons were eligible to vote this time and decide whether Macmillan or Gait skell should head the new gov ernment and represent Britain at an EastWest summit confer Macmillan voted at Westmin ster City Hall near his official 10 Downing step ping from the he glanc ed at the blue sky and remark ed Warm and fine all with very good prospects He set out in a lilacbedecked open limousine for a last swing through his home dis trict 10 miles from A bus driver leaned from his gave Macmillan a victory sign and shouted Its Its in the Gaitskell made a similar swing in an open car through his dis trict of South The Labor Party chief had cast his vote by mail Voters had a chance to ballot directly for Macmillan and Gait skell only in these mens home The election was for 630 House of Commons with candidates Under the British the leader of the party winning the most seats becomes Prime Min Sir Winston nearing was the conservatives old est Macmillan called the election three weeks ago while on the crest of a popularity wave in the wake of President Eisenhow ers visit to The maxi mum life of a government Is five but it can call an election seeking a vote of confidence for another five Macmillan urged the people to give him an overwhelming vote so he could represent the nation at a summit His conservatives campaigned on a peace and prosperity platform contending Britons never had i so good and arguing that the voters should not let labor spoi The Laboriles countered tha only the rich were dealt in on the prosperity and promised higher old age repea of heavy purchase sales tax on necessities and more govern ment control of the In the outgoing parliament the conservatives held 338 seats the Laborites 278 and the Liber als Other parties and vacan cles accounted for Th Conservatives held a 53seat ma The election was the fifth See Page 8 Its speed is falling continu Tass At the time of the positional It the space ve hicle was covering only half a ilometer a A kilometer s fiveeighths of a Tass compared this with the moving along its orbit at an average speed of one kilometer er By Russian Lunik III will reach a point miles from the earth Saturday and then turn back on a course will return it to the vici nity of the earth necessary to keep the Inter highway program on i payasyoubuild He said that even with th temporary one cent Increase ii the federal gas the road building trust fund would no he able to support constructioi projects at their old The commerce chief said th states will be permitted tj spend on expres roads during the current fisca year that ends next Original plans had called fo spending 2 12 billion Ench state was told bow muc can1 spend and at what rate the funds can be parceled The announcement sold the See Page 12 Iraq Attempts To Keep Order 8 iT today sought to head off mob violence in Iitiq following the attempted assas sination of Premier Abdel Karim Kassem in Kassem was shot three times but the Iraqi government said he suffered only minor The 45yearold revolutionary leader was fired on yesterday by an unidentified gunman dur ing his regular afternoon drive down Baghdads main Official announcements did not link the appar ently any group Kassem assured the populace See Page 12 Woman Thrown Into Furnace By Attacker NEW A frustrated rapist beat up a young wife today and threw her into a blazinz She managed lo escape but was in critical condition with third de gree burns covering her The slightly built Hilda mother of two is the wife of Bronx apartment house She gasped this story to po lice She was in the tending the when the a 6footer in his late approached and asked to rent an Sbo told him none was woman thought he had but a moment later he con fronted her with a gun and or dered her to remove her cloth She He tried to at tack her and she fought He hit her about the head and face with the Then he grabbed her and forced her See Pago 12 Arabs Ban All Turkish Smokes A ban on all types of Turk ish cigarettes and tobacco went into force throughout the Arab world the of Is rael Central Office HOCK STRIKE PRINCIPALS AT HEARING Guy chairman of the federal fact finding talks with Alex chairman of the New York Shipping Associa and Louis counsel for the International Long shoremens New before start of oneday hear ing In Session lead Thursday to request for court order to put strikers back to work under Taft Hartley AP Wirephoto Storms Slash On Two f runts of his wellbeing in a radio broadcast Wednesday night from his hospital Ho blamed the attack on traitors who wanted to get rid of 7110 so the people would be Rnclio quoting n medlcnl said was hit three timis hut his wounds wore The worst resulted from a shot in his upper left arm that broke a Bums Win Sweep Series 8 AngplCN Dodgers won tho A was statement said the taken because of a agreement between Turkey and Israel under which Israel was grunted the right to manufac ture and sell Turkish cigarettes under their Turkish names lo The ban shuts Turkish cigar ettes and tobacco out of Arab mnrkcts from Morocco In Nortn Africa to the Middle Tur kish tobacco is a favorite among Arab water pipe Israel Delegate Says Oiler Nasser Lists Peace Price By WILTOX WVAN 8 Gamal Abdel Nasser says he Is ready to accept a United Na tions commission that would im plement all UN resolutions relat ing to Israel and the Arabs including the 1951 security coun cil resolution calling for free shipping in the Suez dom of Nasser that resolutions applying to Israel must he carried out along with those affecting the United Arab These include the plan to give Palestine Arab refugees the right to return to their former homes in Israel or accept com The 1947 plan for partition of Palestine and the internationalization of Jerusa which Israel has consistent ly as well as the reso jlution ordering Egypt to allow Israel shipping through the If Israel accepts all UN we will accept the security council resolution of Nasser said in a joint inerriew yesterday with the Associated Press and the Chris tian Science Asked if he had a concrete proposal for carrying out the Nasser replied I can say we are ready to accept a United Nations board or commission to put these resolutions into effect for both Israel and But it would be unfair if only we are asked to Implement the resolutions on ouside while Israel does not implement those on her Nasser said such a board might be the old Palestine con ciliation commission established By The Associated Press Storms bit at the Deep South and Far North Tropical storm Irene lashed the Gulf Coast resort area with winds up to 50 miles an hour and moved inland in tho Pensa cola The Weather Bu reau storm will move across extreme northwestern Florida into southern but will weaken Winds that reached gusts up to BO carried freezing cold into the Snow piled up to n depth of six inches in and five inches in Sleet and freezing rain fel cast of the advancing snow line Ice formed on utility poles and Several communities were Snow fell earlier in Montam and Great Falls am had two inches and had threi See Page 12 Army Displays New Sergeant The Army today demonstrate an atomic battlefield missll Hint can be moved into position and up for launching within World Sorlos loduy by minutes by a crew of regula Ing the Chicnco White Sox 13 In sixlli on homo run hhists of Dukn Wnlly Moon and Chuck Kssoglan and sharp roller pitching of The While Sox three runs came on a tremendous home run blow hv Ted Kluszewski in Known as The th missile wan publicly unveiled a a fire power demonstration a the Aberdeen Proving Groun before several thousand mem bers of the American Ordnanc Duo to limilatians o spnce it was not actually ftrec parade of ne the wild fourth inning in which The Sergeant was the largos nine of the games 12 runs wore It was Kluszewskis third lcu tlli UI Li ul home run of the He hit with speedy pre Lwo in the opening game won by the Whit Sox weapons built In section third j ran canled hy air or true Because It uses soil it can ho readied fo The tnning pitcher was and can b horse Larry fired by military rathe llevcd Johnny Port res with one scientific and technical ex See 2 CHIEF SAYS ILA TO OBEY COURT ORDER Resumption Of Negotiations Soon Doubtful NEW 8 JF government attorney sped here by plane today to seek Taft Hartley law injunction to halt the Longshoremens strike on the Atlantic and Gulf He was acting on orders of President George ran Doub and his Donald MacGuineas were expected to reach here in a White House plane this afternoon and go at once to federal district court to request a temporary restrain ng order directing the triking dock workers to return i There was little doubt a Taft lartley law Injunction re Hiring an 80day return to work would be Issued promptly In ederal district A judges uling was but never efore has an injunction been efused iri the 15 previous times he government has invoked he laws emergency Acourt order ending the week Id strike was expected to send he workers back to the docks o later than William president of the triking International Long horemens said when Page 13 Ike Expeded To Hove Next On Steel Strike President Elsenhower flew back rom his desert vocation today facing1 his own apparent dead ine for action to end the steel A quick decision was ex pected on whether to go to court for an Injunction under tho TaftHartley The Presidents jet transport landed at Andrews Air Force Base in nearby Maryland at EDT after a non stop flight from Palm He left there at 7 Just before Elsenhower flew to tho resort 30 to bake out a lingering cold In the sun of desert golf ho put both strikers and management In the steel dispute on sharp notice that he expected prog ress by the time he Ho didnt get Elsenhowers statement gava the clear implication ho would act If they fulled to That was underscored Tuesday by James his press Hagcrty said the pub lic is the greatest loser In the steel strike and added that the President has no Intention of seeing the American public bo tho greatest Use of the National Emergen cy procedure to halt the 80day walkout could come Tho President used TaftHart See Page 12 More Rigging Revealed R anything Charles of the alltime MR money winners on a television quiz was reported today to have been in vited to testify before a House committee investigating charges programs have that been See Page 14 UNITED 8 Israeli delegate today described as meaningless Ian offer hy President Gamal Abdel Nasser of the United Arab Republic to carry out all UN resolutions on Palestine if Israel would do Minister Yosef Is raels acting permanent UN told a report What he says has no more meaning than their talk of peace while continuing to wage war against Nasser made the offer in an Interview in In speaking of the Te koah used the name of which joined with Syria in 1958 to form the United He said The implementation of United Nations resolutions by Egypt would require recogni See Page 12 A who asked he not he said Thomas vice president and gen eral counsel of the National Broadcasting told the House subcommittee Wednesday that Van Doren would willing to testify either today or Van Doren is now under a a year contract with NBC as a television commenta The source emphasized that Van former Columbia University English instructor who won on NBCs quiz show TwentyOne in 195G was not being ordered to ap He said a sent to Van Doron merely invited him to Van Dorens name has been mentioned many times in the past two days of testimony about allegations the show Twenty One was But no wit ness has linked Van Doren with Van Dorcn has denied any knowledge of He also lenled being Involved in any vay with what some other con have described as coach IIK on questions and answers In advance and he has offered to ippear before the The reported Invitation to Van Dorcn was disclosed as the com nittce prepared to shift atten tion to another television The first witness as the com mittee began an investigation of Dotto told of coaching and ringing on that the first of the big name quiz programs to collapse under fraud David New York restaurant testified thut after three nighttime Dot to take the he ex was to miss a question Huschle said he won for three appearances on the niKhtirne show and foi five performances on the Dot to da He said he was coached on tht night program by Gil as sistant and on the day program Stan Huschles opponent the night ic lost was a Connie Asked hy subcommittee coun sel Robert Lishmun it Miss Hines also had been Huschle replied I dont know But I was told in advance that Miss Hines would When he was subpoenaed to appear before the New York grand jury Investigating tha quiz Huschle said ho phoned Cates and told him ho planned to tell the He Huschle fiat was the only thing I could do and that was exactly what we expect of Duburry Hlllman of New who won In five days on the daytime Dotto show during testified that Green regularly supplied to her In advance the information needed to Asked whether she finally was told that her services as an actress were no longer Hillman laughed and Thats a perfect way to put She said she considered the official named program entertainment See Page 8   

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