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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - October 9, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                t JT11 P FT It i 4 THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Saturday warmer Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 56 I 61 L 66 I 69 I 71 1 73 I 75 Complete Weather Report on Market Ho me of the Daily Sunand SemiWeekly Morning LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW Space issues in gov ernments hedg ing and short CHICAGO Lower demand improved Hogs Lower top 107 OCTOBER PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS ZOO VESSELS STRANDED ON TWO COASTS Temporary Writ Cancels Strike For 10Day Period NEW Atlantic and Gulf Coast ports sprang to life again today after an eightday strike by dock The longshoremen bowed to federal applied from ATLANTIC the top by President Eisenhow9 Reuther told and went back to work pendthe United Auto Workers con ing further efforts to work out vention today that if President new contracts with Eisenhower intervenes in the THIRD TERM SETS IN BRITAIN REUTHER CHARGES IKE BIG INDUSTRY CAPTIVE MISS COMMUNITY CHEST Cnda Cason Embargo Lifted steel strike now with an injunc Chest Agencies Parade Saturday The of American Railtion under the TaftHartley roads quickly lifted an em barhaw he will be a go which had been placed The UAW president said Ei against rail freight shipments to genhower has been following a ports of the two policy of nonintervention in the A federal court order issued strike and the sole purpose of here Thursday night brought an an injunction would be to bail end to the walkout that strand ed over 200 freighters in har bors along the Atlantic and Gulf Judge Irving acting under the TaftHartley Act at government issued a temporary 10 day Corsicanas first Community Chest parade in many years will step off promptly at 10 Saturday in downtown district to call attention anew to the guest for to help support the 11 affiliated which will be star attractions them Another Innovation this year will be the appearance of Miss ComnVunity Chest in the person of Miss Cynda high school senior who was eelected by her classmates for this first Miss Community Chest will greet the without whose support in monetary time and energy the campaign could not from atop a beauti fully decorated float provided forthe occasion by the Chamber of Nixon Asserts GOP Can Win On Ike Record Parade Marshal Rufus Pevel The International Longshore house has announced the parade mens complied with the u route as follows Beginning on order sending 9 UP Vice North Main street at West grams to all its locals instructPrcsident RichBrd Nixon arrived Third avenue and proceeding ng them to return to their south on Main to West Sixth Waterfront activity along Io the Slate of Texas avenue east on Sixth to South the seaboard was expected to today after predicting that Beaton street and north along return to normal on the morn the main1 stem to Third disbanding A running commentary on the parade will be given by Cam paign Director Ray Conlin will be stationed In a Coca Cola company sound truck in front of the State National All elements of the parade are requested to be at their as sembling point and ready to step off at Leading the way for the parade will be two police The High School ing A major task was to get an estimated 30 million dollars in See Page 10 See Page 9 ew Taxes and insurance were two items of great concern to the board of education of Corsicana public schools as it met in reg ular session at the school ad ministration building Thurs day and Robert bers of created sibility special a more sessing mern a tax study committee to investigate the pos of the board securing assistance in obtaining efficient system of as reported that progress has been made in the study but that nothing is ready fo formal Plan Consultations Wheelock reported that he had made plans to confer with persons assisting the city zone planning Dana Williams submit ted a report following an in quiry to sources in It was reported that the Hen derson Independent School Dis triit recently worked in con junction with the city in such a tax study but that the school district paid of the 000 Dawson explained to visitors that the system is considering employing professional person nel in making a study of the systems tax structure for the purpose of developing a better tax William who was not is the third member of the tax study Study Insurance Robert chairman of an insurance study committee See Page 10 No Presidential Action Taken On Steel Strike 9 President Eisenhower conferred for an hour on the steel strike with four cabinet officers to but the White House fused to say whether a Taft Whoever the Republican can if he runs on the record of the Eisenhower administra tion wore sure to win the 1960 He made the prediction in Fort Worth Thursday on the stop of his twoday visit to Nixon rpfused once more to say he seeks the nomina Many people left a gala reception convinced that itll be a surprise only he doesnt if Hartley backtowork tion was Press Secretary James Ha gerty told newsmen that Secre tary of Labor James Mitchell reported on his conference in New York city yesterday with President David McDonald and other top officers of the striking Others present including Secretary of the Treasury Rob ert Wil liam Rogers and Secretary of Commerce Frederick Mueller gave Eisenhower reports on the dispute which has halt ed 87 per cent of the countrys basic steel output for 87 The vicepresident also assert ed Texas again will desert the Democratic ranks and vote Republican next as it did in helping elect Eisenhow Happy members of this minority party gave him a lusty Somebody told the Vice Pres See Page 11 Bank Deposits Up From June Deposits in Corsicana banks at the close of Octo ber as called for by the comptroller of the currency anc the state banking department showed a slight increase over the totals for June this a decrease as compared Hagorty but he then the rf of Scptemher out the industry because steel supplies are getting Reuthpr said Eisenhower de nied the steelworkers request for a public fact finding board earlier in the strike because he is dominated by big The UAW chief It is a tragic spectacle when the man holding the highest office in the world goes to Wall Street iiat in Reuthor declared Steel President Roger Blough would not let Eisenhow er name a fact finding The late President Franklin Reuther moved the capital from Wall street to Next year we are going to have to do it over Reuther said in appealing for increased political action by See Page 11 UNITED 9 Soviet Union to day unveiled more details of Premier Khrushchevs total dis armament including a pro posal that international controls be imposed gradually by Opening the disarmament dobnto in the general assem blys 82nation political com Deputy Foreign Min ister Vasily Kuznetsov firm ly rejpeted western demands that an iron clad control sys tem must bo set up before nrms can be He dealt at some length with this key question which will determine whether or not agree ment can be reached on the Khrushchev plan laid before the assembly He still left many questions and in sisted that it is not necessary to examine details of control until an agreement is reached on Khrushchev proposed that all nations be totally disarmed within four years and that this be done in three Kuznetsov told the committee that broad and general controls would go into effect when com plete was achiev Sce Page 7 New Pressure For Summit Meet Now Anticipated Others suffered Mexicos Chief Executive Now In Was 9 JP Preslent Adolf o Lopez Mateos of Mexico flew here today for a state visit carrying on a half entury tradition of good neigh bor exchanges across the Rio President Eisenhower the b some his guest the full scale redLlothi and hnir carpet reception complete 9 NORTH 9 A tank truck roll ing through nighttime fog and rain smashed into the rear of a bus loaded with college coeds Nine girls and a professor were burned to Their bus was part of a two bus caravan returning to conservative govcrn ton State College from a theater ment returned to power today party in New with its majority In the House 12 Others Injured of Commons almost Eleven girls and the truck A landslide vote of confidence driver were Some were gave the conservatives a third their term and sent the London stock 4l roKen exchange into a turmoil of buy bones in the flaming tragedy on ing which added many 1 Lf dollars to stock Things happened so quickly T irive no clear Laboritcs e Uagedy The Nearly returns show picture they painted was one of ha1 tha flame and panicky J coeds choking and tumblingfcativ The con 2 with their mu a Jne indicated majority for the conservatives In the Benson Warns Soviels Pushing Farm 9 Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson came back from a tour of Europe today with a word of caution against com placency in the contest with the He said his which took him into Communist Poland and Y u o g o s 1 a v i strengthened his conviction that capitalism is far superior to He took note of some easing Ccl fmni of cold war tension since thn rtown 53 cnstw fmm tne 332 in conference between President ihc pcak wcekt cnded 19 Eisenhower and Soviet Premier Nildta But ho with Latinstyle embrace be tween the two old friends at National The chief executive sounded a keynote for the visit by telling Lopez Mateos in his formal greeting We feel that we are more than mere geographical neigh We are proud to call you our friends and we hope you feel the same toward speaking In with a translation by Lopez Spanish his sponse secrets Stops For Light The two buses with miles of their 60mile home See Page 10 CENTO Blasts Soviet Attacks Aimed At Iran 9 n said in reThc Central Treaty Organ that there are no LCENTO COuncll of mi Inisters between the condemned the Soviet States and MeHco there is Union for continued propaganda no problem that threatens orlbroatlsaaCi ant H at menaces our 630 Rhtmt member House of Commons is aDout exactly Macmlllans Britains nearest approach to the free enterprise rode a wave of prosperity to victory Market Zooms Up And today Investors were bet ting that the Tory policies will keep the nation on the prosper ity They bought shares with such gusto that an Index of the London market at noon was up points to for dally increase ever The conservatives 100 when rihe majority Polio Incidence Peak Reached 9 UP Public Health officials today expressed belief the 1959 peak in paralytic polio cases has boon There were 279 cases reported last with no recciv See LOPEZ Page 7 Champion FFA Livestock Team National Entry with only See Page 9 The CENTRO ministers Thats all Im going to say The press secretary refused to state whether anything further could be expected from L statements from the banks Friday Deposits in the local banks totaled on October as compared with said he found that the commun ists have not altered heir goal of trying their system prevail throughout the The secretary spent 16 days visiting in West Fin Sweden nnd Norway in addition to the three communist We spent much of our he said in n with the hard working pnople of the We visited farmers in their fields and in am he can look forward to nn era of poacc if governments See Page 9 the White House today on answer to a report ers decision on invoking the coolingoff injunction machinery of the la See Page 10 on June this the last an increase of The statement for September showed making October report a de crease of Quiz Producer Tells Witnesses 9 The former producer of the Tic Tac Dough television quiz show testified today he advised about 30 contestants to lie to the New York grand jury in vestigating rigging of such The testimony came from Howard who was fired last week by the National Broad casting because he would not make an affidavit that con testants had not been given as Felsher also told the House InvestigatingSubcommittee that on the night version of Tic Tac Dough about 75 per cent of the performances were Felsher said the large scale rigging took place after he be came producer of the nightime show in April The percentage of alleged rig ging was developed in question ing by Robert coun sel for a House Committee in vestigating quiz shows who ask ed Is it true that on 75 per cent or more of the evening perfor mances that one or more con testants was supplied questions and answers in advance I would say in that Flesher Felsher acknowledged that he had denied giving help to con testants when he first appeared before the New York grand jury He also testified that he got in touch with some 20 to SO contestants who had been help I said to them as best I that if I would testi fy I would deny that I had giv en them questions and Felsher In reply to a question he said he suggested that they do the same This he admitted was given to two young girls who had apepared on the among I was I was ter rorized and I did Felsher told the The questioning indicated that Felsher later went back be fore the grand jury and told the He testified that his main motive in denying the charges was to protect contest ants from but he ac knowledged that he also hoped to protect himself and the pro Asked how he expected to Felsher testified as House in conduct a faked program with vestigators awaited word many people involved ana avolajwDetber Cnarles Van being found Felsher re plied I really cant answer I dont was trying to put together an excit ing and interesting show and I never did feel there was any thing terribly wrong about It under testified that the rigging occur red while Tic Tac Dough was owned and controlled by the firm of Barry and This firm also produced the now de funct and scandalscarred quiz program Tic Tac Dough was taken over by NBC in May of Felsher and the network took control from Barry and Enright in September When you produced the show under Barry and did you take orders from En right on how the show would be run asked I had many areas of indepen dence but it was his Fel sher He added that En right made all the decisions on which contestants would be fed questions and answers in ad money quiz show would accept thfiir challenge to testi fy on alleged rigging of TV Some members of the commit tee talked about the possibility of issuing subpoena to force Van Doren to The com mittee scheduled a closed door session for the afternoon at which Van Dorons failure to reply to an invitation to testi fy may be Van who won prom inence as a winner on the now defunct show Twenty volunteered Tuesday to repeat under oath his statement that he was never assisted in any form and has no knowledge of any assistance having been given to any other But he made no reply to a pointed invitation that he ap pear before a House subcommit tee investigating the quiz and he later told a newsman he had no comment whatsoever on the which go into an indefinite recess after to Suspended By NBC The National Broadcasting suspended him Thursday from duties as a consultant and See Page 11 I we and 25 below the 304 cases re ported in the 26 Paralytic cases listed between 1 and 3 totaled compared with In the similar months last year and In the same period of Ihe first year in which Salk vac cfne becamo Thc total forall kinds of polio casfs dropped to 393 for the week ended 3 from 496 in thn preceding From 1 through last Sat urday the total for all polio cases was compared with a year The service said the polio vac cino supply situation generally has with acute short ages apparently no longer exist ing Corsicana High School Live stock Judging accompan ied by James Soviet propaganda endanger cational agriculture cd the atmosphere of easing leaves Monday at 6 for world tensions created by the Kansas City to represent Texas exchange of visits between in the National Livestock Judg ing Contests next judging and more judging has been the theme for the Corsicana FFA Chapter winner of the State Live stock Judging1 championship at Texas and The team is composed of two senior and two junior Ambassador Henry Cabot Teddy Lord and Tommy Frowell said today the million of peo are the seniors and Jackie Howpie in underdeveloped lands con arcl and Jim Wilson who In the Utltute a bigger challenge to the team alternate are the junior free world than the challenge of Texas is one of the few states The chief delegate to the who allows the championship United Nations called for a team represent It In the consweeping campaign by Amerl Cummins said and can citizens to work as hard most states select the top four for tha triumph of freedom and boys In the state contest redecency as the Communists gardloss of what they working to sell their In addition to competing in In an address before the In a communique issued at the conclusion of their seventh ministerial session here the council said It condemns this propaganda which is markedly at variance with current efforts to reduce world The council also expressed ad miration and support for the Shah of Iran and his govern ment in standing firm T n united in the face of these atL Oct 9 u f I affrecd here harvest of London Parties Rated Greatest Since VEDay See Page 11 Lodge Presents Bigger Challenge 0 champagno bottles and was the greatest since d say its the biggest Charlie who trols the hack alleys along the nightclub Responsible were election celebrations and election Harry proprietor of ono club said I estimate bottles ofl bubbly were consumed last night within an area of fourl of eat at the the proConservatlvel ally He invited Mor wed there The Thel of f E former Sec retary of State Dean Acheso the national they will tional Frees Lodge warni TTc A also attend the 32nd National ed that many of the nations onLhitniv FFA convention and the Amorlthe sidelines In Africa1 mney lean Royal Livestock The and the Middle East do not by group will attend an awards banany means take it for granted quet Friday and will return that the Western style of free home later in the Idem is better than Everybody seemed to talk a Me vote said Nubar Gul See Page 10 PARIS BOOTMAKER GOT TJJK man with vision is bootmaker Laure of the fashionable Rue de la With all this rocket business going he designed these rockettoed shoes carrying the motif to the top of the he had these models wear hairdoes called rocket by Jac ques The creations in shoes left to Van Lunik and Station The young models also aie rather out of this AP Wirephoto ern capitals todayv welcomed the Conservative victory in Britain as reassuring to the Atlantic Some officials and various newspapers said it spelled con tinuity and stability in British foreign policy at a time when the West is to consider talks at the summit with the Commun ist West Germanys Chancellor Konrad Adenauer was reported pleased with the which gave Prime Minister Harold Macmillan the overwhelming authority he had asked to speak for Britain at the Privately the Adenauer gov ernment is known to be satis fied with defeat of the Labor who advocate neutraliza tion of Central Europe includ ing Adenauers press Felix Von told a news con ference in Bonn speaking for the Conservative victory means a great advan tage in conducting internation al In divided and Communist flurrounded the West Berliners appeared The right wing newspaper BZ commented Lets say it right The labor people were to be expect ed to try to make a deal with Moscow at our In officials close to French Premier Michel Debre expressed great Maurice head of the French National Assemblys Foreign Affairs said in all the great democracies of Western continuity and stability are henceforth assur Former Premier Paul president of the National Assembly Finance said The British people have Just given proof of their Socialist Conte of the National Assembly Foreign Affairs commented The climate of the electoral campaign did not indicate deep I hope that next will think more of deep issues Austrias Chancellor Julius a said the result confirmed a continent wide trend away from Social Italian newspapers splashed the results across page A Arthur few headlines reflected editor ial II organ of Italys governing Christian Democratic said The victory in England marks success of Macmlllans foreign In Madrid the Independen Monarchist organ ABC said th British nation has again demon strated its sense of In neutral th influential Neue Zuercher Zel tung suid the Labor Party first lesson of the defeat o that olclfashione longer finds th 195 should be socialism no voters Behind the dio Moscow Iron ra notified Russia listeners the Conservatives wil continue in power in A home service broadcast alsi quoted Labor leader Hugh Gai skell as saying Although w suffered defeat In this the struggle goes We wlljl fight and in time we shalj be 4 In Canada reaction ran ac cording to political sentiment Though party leaders refrained from public there was quiet satisfaction among Prime See Paga 7   

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