Corsicana Daily Sun, October 10, 1959 : Front Page

Publication: Corsicana Daily Sun October 10, 1959

Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - October 10, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHER LOCAL cloudy and warm through Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 S 72 77 82 85 86 87 88 Complete Weather Report an Market MHemeof Daily Morning li LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE Most Securities and Commodities Markets Are Closed on 108 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Slow Steelworker Return Due Despite TH Use FIERY DEATH TRAP FOR COLLEGE college girls and a professorwere burned to death when their and a tank crashed and burst into flames on a rain swept road near North The driver of the ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft UAW Charges StrikeBreaking INJUNCTION SUBSTITUTE FOR JUSTICE Union Planning Big Reserve Fund By End Of 1961 ATLANTIC 10 United Auto Work ers convention unanimously voted today in favor of asking President Eisenhower to recon sider his action invoking the TaftHartley law to end the steel The delegates approved a tele gram drawn up by UAW Pros Summit Macmillan Aim Parade Displays Chest Agencies ident Waller Reuther ap pealing to Eisenhower to ap point Roscoe of can be seen with his leg pinned in the cab of his vehicle shortly before he was res cued by The bus was carrying 40 Trenton State College coeds back to the school after a theater party in New York AP Wirephoto 10 Violations On Drivers Record NORTH Ten traffic vio lations mark the driving record of the truckdriver who slam med into bus Friday and turn ed it into a human Roscoe of was pried from the cab of his blazing truck on 1 here with his leg toru and his body The bodies of nine girls and a history out of 41 Red China Still Belligerent bus prJsengers to Trenton State College from a night of makebelieve at a New York were so badly charred it took eight hours to know who they As Poe lay in fair condition In a Middlesex General Hospital authorities went through his This is what it show ed Two convictions for speeding in New one of them a few miles beyond the disaster scene on the same Five tickets for speeding in New York for passing a red passing another electric defective truck not keeping to the right and failing to obey a policemans di Three warnings in Pennsyl vania for passing red light and having no rear truck who faces a mandatory charge of causing death by could not be questioned by po lice because of his Despite his past arrests and traffic Poes license was never revoked under New Jerseys point system because the convictions were more than three years In the same hospital as Poe one of the college coeds remain ed in critical condition today She is Linda of West severely Linda and her companions singing or sleeping on the mov ing bus one minute and tumbling afire into the rain the were See Page 5 Red China gave clear new evidence tonight the wishes of Soviet Premier Nikita has no intention of ending the cold war with the United One of Peipings propaganda the newspaper Ta Kung accused Washington oif aggressive plans against lommumst China and rejected any idea of renouncing the use of foice to settle the Formosa A call for renouncing force or war to solve International dis putes was the keynote of the communique issued after the Camp David talks between Pres dent Eisenhower and Khrush chev Inte last The Ta Kung Pao article co ncicled with the National Chi nese celebration of the double anniversary of the 1911 overthrow of the Manchu dy It charged that Eastern policy was one of preparing ou war and launching aggres antagonizing inter fering in its internal affairs and occupying its territory of Tai wan This has tieen the theme of highranking Red Chinese lead ers since the visit to Peiping of the Soviet who had asked the Mao TzeTung regime to join him in a campaign to reduce tensions throughout the Khrushchev left the Chinese capital last Sunday without anj such commitment from Mao In Communist organs have constantly attacked the United States since The United States occupies Taiwan by said Ta Kung See RED Page 7 LODGE HINTS AT RETURN KHRUSHCHEV VISIT Nixon Dedicates Another Dam lenies Charge British Financier Must Face Trial e Fi nancier Friedrich Grunwald was released today on pounds bail to await trial OP a charge of misappropriating pounds As Grunwald stood impassive ly in a meeting of share holders of a company which loaned the money for a Grun wald venture broke up in dis order after the police were call Shareholders of the State Building Society demanded to know how much they would lose because of the Grunwald ad Their directors told them the matter was sub judice under judicial consideration and arguments broke There was angry Noel 76yearold chair man of the called po lice and closed the But at a quieter meeting called soon Cow told insistent shareholders the advance to the Jasper group was amply An attor are in progress which may re suit In the repayment of monie to the key figure in business tangle that rocked Lon dons financial was ac cused of fraudulently conver1 ing the money for his own us and The 34yearold Germanbor businessman made no plea whe the charge was read to bu his attorney told the cour Grunwald had a complete an swer to the Detectives nabbed Grunwal Friday after he had spent 4 1 hours conferring with a eminent investigator probin a complicated series of gian bids to take over control o Grunwald spent the night i jail with a prayer candle and the Talmud Jewish Bib beside When police told the cour they had no objection to bai Grunwald was released to awa a further hearing Grun ney told them Negotiations See Page 7 THE I Vice President Nixon ay dedicates The Dalles dam nother in the series of fed built projects to harness he Columbia river for rigation and Nixon makes the key speech f the day and presses the but on to trigger a 10th hydroclec power which ill pour another kilo atts of power into the North power at Fridaj ally contradicted Walter Reu hers charge that President Ei nhower is dominated by big president of the Jnited Auto told JAW convention delegates as embled at Atlantic City es erday the President refused to et up a fact finding board in he steel strike because he is by big Anybody who said this does iot know what he is talking bout or he doesnt know the Nixon He and ils wife were in Dallas to help the big 1959 Texas State Albert Rosellini of Washington was scheduled to e master of 10 Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge says it may be in the cards foi Nikita Khrushchev to visi he United States again in 1961 I think it is quite possible that we may be on the threshoU of setting up new methods fo dealing with each other on in ternational Lodg told a National Press Clu luncheon Chairman Khrushchev cam here this His trip will h followed by President Eisen bowers trip to Russia next yea They may develop ways of clea ing with world problems direct ly on these In that cas may be in the cards to hav return visit in ambassador to th United accompanie the Soviet Premier throughou his American Lodge sai of the there were n nobody made an Must Pay Record Interest For Quick Cash 10 The government will pay an al time high interest rate of per cent on its latest short term Thats the rate set by inves Friday in the treasury weekly auction of short term The issue was 000 in bills that mature in three A similar issue of bills las Monday was auctioned off a prices giving an average yield of per The prcviou record high was per ccn in when bank were closed by government or Oddly the Interes rate on the treasurys six month bills declined at th same Bids for a 400 mil lion dollar issue of 182day bill averaged per Thi was down from last weeks per A few hours th treasury announced that mor than individual inves hy the highes interest rate in 30 snapped up 927 million dollar See Page 11 public factfinding board Instead of using an in nction against the steel strik Pledge Repudiated The telegram to Eisenhower id We are deeply saddened f the announcement that you tend to seek the TaftHartley junction and we sincerely be eve that this is a shocking pudiation of your own pledge Impartiality in the dispute tween the basic steel Indus y and the striking steelwork The union told Eisenhower Now that the Steelworkers nd their families have invest weeks of sacrifice rough strike action and the eel inventories have been de eted and the economic pinch n the Steel Industry Is becom ig you are propos ng to take the pressure off the ndustry by forcing the steel orkers to Involuntari to their Your intervention xinder uch circumstances constitutes ttle more than using the pow r and majesty of the United See Page 7 Women Admit Taking Valuable dognaping of 10 toy poodles valued by their owner it was revealed today vith the of four iOng Island women in district They were charged with bur glary for allegedly taking the logs 15 from kennels at the home of Leicester Har of a frequent By BETTY JEAN CLAY Daily Sun Staff Corsicana has long read and leard about its Community Chest and the roles its 11 af filiated agencies play in character family counseling and spiritual guidance in ministering to the various needs of man and child in the Satur day it witnessed a panorama of all simultaneously as the citys first Community Chest parade wound its way through the busi ness This is a year of innovation for the Community Chest in bringing its story to the of Corsicana so that they may inow more about the agencies and what they are and thus better informed will be more receptive to the financla needs of the rcveliouse Mnrshnl Under the guidance of Par Lopez Ike Will Talk At Camp David 10 President Eisenhower and Mexican President Adolfo Lopez Mateos came to Elsenhowers Catoctin Mountain Retreat at Camp today for in formaltalks during an over night They arrived by helicopter at after a 43min ute flight from Lopez Mateos thus joined a growing list of heads of state hat Eisenhower has taken to the secluded camp near Thur Russias Niklla Khrushchev and Englands Macmillan were both there re It was only a 300yard drive from the heliport at Camp Da vid to Aspen Lodge where the two chief executives set up headquarters for their weekend They rode down the blue stoned driveway between tow See LOPEZ Page 10 Rockefellers Long Voters In Marshal Rufus Pevchousc See Page 10 Good Start On Goal Is Noted Saturday As Corsicana witnessed it first Community Chest parad in memory announce ment was made that the 195 fund campaign has stepped of to a good start toward its goa of The first complete repor covering the activities of th three divisions to begin solic tatlons showed contribution But Lodge did see as at dog Harrison told the Uii an easing of women had held the TARRY ifling of the Berlin 10 Gov agreement to negotiate the four women were learnc vlel lendlease debt to the post bail each been voting i cd and jury district foi earning more about a tiny survey by t Lodge the ransom demand Pleasant sh he had ever boon in a telephone call a on the hug to reply to Khrushchevs She said she estate is r merits along the acting the voice as that of but in 1 a sort of oneman truth whom she if the Russian chief made as a groom for and at dog voted In Much had been made of owner notified district of Me supposed role of Miss Di vote from no sudden shift in tactics when other three women Fire caravan reached Los town There Khrushchev and survey wa annoyed at pointed the request of P and criticism of Russian County They w that he threatened to go Stuyvesant Pinnell definitely de Lodge reportedly had been had admitted taking are not eligibl to drop his truth squad One escaped shortly for fighting that point and concentrate but arrangements eeping Khrushchev in a made for the return governor mded to rereg See Page Page new voting c FCC Helpless On 10 our The Federal If Van Doren continues has aimed Commission told Congress a pointed invitation wheth it cant do a thing about will the House is adequa te vision quiz Committee order FCC Chairman John whether new fe reported the didnt refer position in testimony before any specific program in most intcre House committee looking under in the contes rigging of some bigmoney about rigging of quiz quiz prog tion and answer at one the nowdef He said the FCC is a fraudulent is a a on Interfere with freedom prosecuting attorney University Er York nor I have been who rkyrock Dig up th manpower pinpoint any violation of winning monitor all co But the big questions cant determine who any know Doerfer testified at an The home being fixec Saturday meeting of the didnt pay his way j i National tec which had planned to witti whom 1 up its inquiry Friday still the Will Charles Van Oren Harris year conti firt big winner in quiz opening todays susp accept a challenge to explain he considerd the FCC penflin in Hfa nrla 1 tnp mnsf nprtinenf Saturday totaling Advance Gifts Division heac ed by Jay Sllverberg had co PtUd or 52 per cent c is assigned quota of Under the leadership of Fre Soy as the Spec Sifts Division has already rea zed in gifts toward i quota of or per cen of the With just two days of activ solicitation work behind tl See Page 5 Pacific Spots 2 New Storms 10 tv new tropical an in the Pac Japanese National police a nounced the latest toll for t phoon which struck J pan two weeks ngo today 753 I made homelef Bobs totlny was spotted of Formosa moving northca and carrying wind Charlotte was located west moving northwest wi Nelson today he the town of North Tarry inferior winds of about n in North undertaken cantico Hills wanted border SECOND SIGN WORKS SHARON 10 K A sign nl the city limits this little highway town ord onrushing drivers to slow to miles an But speeding mnined a problem so Pol Chief Recce Cole had a lie sign erected a few blocks msi the 30 mph It says warned you Cole says its been very effec inister Harold vot powerful new authority to eak for resumed fl ay his quest for an early sum it For more than an Mac illan and Foreign Secretary elwyn Lloyd discussed the next ep toward an EastWest he meeting at 10 Down ig was their first since ritish voters gave Macmillan nd his Conservative Party a ointed mandate to govern for nother five years and press head for a summit With returns of Thursdays lection complete for all but one f the 630 seats in the House of the Conservatives held 64 against 258 for the opposi on Labor Liberals won ix seats and one went to an The Conservative majority REPORT BY BOARD DUE NEXT FRIDAY Union To Fight Issuing Orders To Resume Work ver the combined opposition See Page 11 Jickover Urges High Standards NEW 10 Vice Hyman Rickover aid Friday night the Russian high school graduate is the edu cational equivalent of an Amer can student with two years of Rickover said Russia is turn out 40 per cent more scien tists and educators than the United States because its edu cational system is vastly super Speaking at the annual con vention of the National League of Masonic Rickover at tacked the education boards In this country for dis tributing what he called propa ganda of the National Educa tion that hides weakness es of the American He called for a national edu cational standard so that the performances of students and teachers throughout the coun try could be judged Rickover said he first noted a deficiency in American cation when atomic projects had to be delayed for lack of quail tied Ho received the Leagues meritorious award of TaftHartley law proceI dures under way to end the S8I day steel a week or more I may drift by before the crip1 pling stoppage Is President in In1 voklng the TH Law in the steel dispute late gave in quiry board a week to hold hear ings and report back to him on the Open Monday The hearings will open MonI day The board will I hold an organization meeting here Sunday The headed by George I a skilled labor disI putes arbitrator and former I chairman of the War Labor I Board and Wage Stabilization must report before the I President can seek an 80day strikehalting Preparing Case Officials of the Steelworkers I Union were busy today prepar ing their report for the I It was expected to strongly op pose any backtowork injunc Laos Probers Ready Report 10 Wi The United Nations fact finding committee met today to determine the form of its report to the Security Council on charges of Communist ag gression in The main question before the fournation committee is whe ther to simply enumerate the Laotian governments evidence or to include a commentary In he Informed sources said such a ommentary would to ome charges of direct r indirect aggression by Com nunist North Viet Union President David Me1 Donald has said the problems I Involved cannot be solved by I the forces exerted under Taftl Hartley I McDonald said Friday the union I would readily obey the law by See Page 10 Texas Weekend Violence Gets Running Start 10 I teenagers were killed Friday I night when their automobile I overturned during a chase with I Two others were I Killed were Janet and David Nancy and James were Patrolmen Jones and I Cable said they were chasl an automobile at speeds up I to 100 and 110 miles an hour I when the car failed to make a I sharp The car ran Into I a struck a cul and turned twice end over Robbery Traps Bellhop Sought In Two Killings 10 21yearold sought for questioning in connection with two vicious killings last month and two shootings was captured by a construction gang today while trying to stage a Police said Palmer was at the Gorman Construction at 7 CDT this morning when the Lewis Gorman ar He held Gorman at gun point until seven employes of readymixed concrete plant arrived for Palmer made them lie down on the floor of a closet anc then ordered the business man ager of the Earnest Pohlman to open the Pohlman opened the safe anc Palmer took the money Gorman then knocked the rifle from Palmers hand anc the whole group jumped a Palmer and overpowered him More than 300 using bloodhounds and three airplane scoured an area south of Jersey ville until after nightfall Friday but found no trace of a former Lou final wrecked his car agains Page T I See Page 7 The subcom new legislation is on the partic Twenty ted to fame on Broadcasting e has a act as a TV 10 7P AI car hurtled into the Trinity Rivers Elk Fork off Highway 114 early Saturday and the driver Papers on the body indicated I the victim was James I of Wichita sheriffs deputies Harris left Wichil ta Falls around midnight lives DALLAS IP1 James I was killed Friday night as I he walked across a north See Page 12 Most Texas Banks Deposits Higher By The Associated Tress Most Texas comparing deposits with last falls ound the amount of money in the tills The stales largest cities San ind Fort Worth all showed Authorities called for reports ol conditions as of the close of nusiness president of the Texas Bankers said Lhe overall situation was good He said merchants larger in were reflected in some deposit adding The money is at An Increased interest rate Pounds caused some moricj to go Into government securities Dallas city banks again led in deposits with an increase of 31 million ovei last Harris County Houston In stltutions reported deposits ol Hn increase of nearly 38 Tarrant County Fort Worth leposits were ncreuse of 10 Abllenes totals were an Increase of about 6 The seven Denton County I banks hud deposits of an Increase of more two Midlands were up 7 12 McAllens two banks showed I a gain of about two million Corpus Chrlnti banks showed I decline of 14 million dollars to Higher interest removal of the overhaul and repair department of the I Naval Air Station and a decline in farm crop values were The three Orange County banks showed a decline of a half million dollars from the report to Figures for last fall were no See Page 11 ;

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Publication: Corsicana Daily Sun

Location: Corsicana, Texas

Issue Date: October 10, 1959

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