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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - October 12, 1959, Corsicana, Texas i I i i THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Tuesday with widely scattered thundershowers Tuesday no important temperature Thermometer Readings 8 i 9 10 f 11 f 12 1 72 74 77 80 63 86 Complete Weather Report on Market Homtefihe Daily Sun and SemiWwkly Morning Uht LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A CLAXCE NEW 12 space age stocks Corn orates CHICAGO foreign de record crop Steady mostly Higher top top 109 1959 PAGES PKICE FIVE CENTS ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft m WLm t wVvSKKW r I I m v hb PB p i ft i l J I p AT TEACHER Slightly awed at the sight of their teacher in her wedding finery second graders from When Miss Bonnie Steele told her class she was going to be married she invited them all to after the teacher introduces the class toher Ellsworth Now the youngsters will have to re member to call her AP Wirephoto Actres B RACKET TVILL 12 Investigators today i a tottering romance for the knife slaying of a person able young actress here on lo cation to make a Blonde LaJean about from died with a hunting1 knife in her heart early She had just packed to leave a house she shared with five men In her summer theater Witnesses told County John Tobin she gasped I love you to the man who stab bed her before collapsing on the living room Sheriff John Sheedy jailed brunet Chester Harvey a slight 140pounder and also from on a murder Along with Miss Eth ridge and their fellow he was working as an extra in the film The She was getting a better part in the Sheedy sa and she was moving out on Smith and the He thought he was going to lose Smith told questioners his memory was blank for several hours before and after the slay Sheedy and he could recall nothing about Miss known profes sionally as LaJean and her company rented a house at 9 miles south of after landing jobs in the film be ing produced by actor John Sec Page 14 12 10yearold girl was strangled and her father shot to death Sunday Authorities said a 16yearold boy left two sisters of the girl sitting in church while he killed the child and father at Held is Eugene Paquet of The victims were Edward of rural and his Lila Frosland was shot in the back of the His daughter was clubbed unconscious with an iron bar and then strangled with a William Bar aga County said Paquet orally admitted both Konstenius said the youth told him I did But I dont know That family has been awful good to The prosecutor said Paquet had dated Shirley for about two years and that the Frosland and Paquet fami lies had been good friends a long He said he planned to ask probate court for a waiver on the youth today so he can be See GIRLFATHER 14 Hospital Board Signs Contract For Pathologist K Memorial hospital Sun day in a busy 2 12 hour session signed a contract with of to become pathologist of the hospital on January for three heard reports and requests from the staff on various made plans for improvements to All members were present ex cept Charles Reese of McGary will receive 000 per year Barnebee and GrJzzaffi represented the Barnehee as chairman of a committee seeking improve and presented recom including better better public relations and increased re muneration for some types of Grizzaffi is chief of See Page 14 Violence Strikes Many Spots 12 A prominent southwest Virginia doctor died today after being wounded in a gun battle with a Christiansburg town councilman on a rural The councilman was charged xvith Police said the shooting began when Councilman Garland Hig used his car Sunday night to block another automo bile occupied by William Higgins estranged Alice Lou and her 5year old Flanagan fired a caliber pistol and Higgins a caliber pistol in the exchange of Flanagan was struck in the mouth and He died this hit in the ab was reported in fair con Authorities said Higgins and his wife had been estranged for about a year and that Hig gins had filed for They are the parents of three Flanagan was divorced from his They have a BATON 12 gun battle erupted out side a nightclub here Sunday night when a deputy sheriff at tempted to break up a fight be tween a man and leav ing the deputy and the man Killed in the 11bullet shoot ing spree were deputy Junius of West Baton Rouge and Tommy Lee of Belvin chief crim inal deputy in the re ported details of the battle this way MarchanrJ was on a regular night patrol when he spotted the man and woman fighting by the club at Port across the Mississippi from Baton When the deputy got close to the one shot was The deputy staggered fa tally emptying his six Spoon fired five rounds before he died with a bullet in his Officers identified the wom an with whom Spoon was fight ing as Carol Long Tex his wife and Miss were on the way to and had regis tered at a The woman told officers she did not know why Spoon had been striking Both women were held with out 12 UP Atwood was shot to death Sunday and his 13year old son told police he did it be cause his father was beating his State police McClain said a coal miner at nearby was felled by three blasts from the shotgun held by his son The boy was charged with I figured what he was going to McClain quoted the and thats the reason I got the keep him from hurting I came out of the bedroom with the gun and shot He started coming at me and I hit him over the head with the gun a couple of Then he You killed and J didnt want to see him or anything and I shot him OLD ISSUES WILL REMAIN AFTER TRUCE Hearing Chief Seeks Settlement Before Injunction 12 The United Steelworkers today notified President Eisenhowers fact finders if forced hack to work by court thoy may strike again when the SO day injunction USW President David Mc Donald testified at the opening of hearings under the Taft Havtley act that the steelworkers will end their 90 day strike if they are required by law to do Will Not Quit But the union will not be McDonald added in a prepared The basic issue will There may be a truce enforced by law but there will be no permanent The paramount issuo at McDonald is whe ther the companies will break the The threeman factfinding panel beaded by George Tay lor already had made known its belief that the TaftHartley injunction procedure is inade quate to handle major Need Settlement McDonalds testimony made it clear unless the pane suc ceeds in its avowed purpose of trying to achieve a settlement by mediation and voluntary thffv nationwide See Page 12 Court Declares Result Local Option Election Corsicanas first prohibition election on the precinct held last became recorded history Monday morn ing when the Commissioners Court passed an order declaring the results as follows For the legal sale of alcoholic against the legal sale of alcoholic The action of the Court fol lowed canvass and This action highlighted the regular meeting which was held in Commissioners Court cham bers at the Com all of whom were recessed until In other the Court granted County Judge Kenneth Douglas authority to sign a deed selling a tract of land in Kerens for Judge Douglas bad reported that the land become the posses sion of Navarro county through a tax and recommended that it be sold to Ernest Conger for Arlon Pre cinct entered the motion and Sammie Blooming Precinct seconded and the vote was Robert Corsicana and District Judge James Scwcll came before i the Gladney said he was chairman of a committee appointed by the Navarro County Bar Association to ascertain the needs of the county legal He said following a thorough See Pape IS FAMINE AND BLOOD BATH CHARGED TO KHRUSHCHEV 12 Testimony of nine witnesses on terrorism and man made famine in the Ukraine during the 1930s and 1940s has been released in a new con gressional report titled The Crimes of The second of a series CHS Delegates To FFA Convention Four representatives of the Mildred Future Farmers of America chapter left for sas Sunday night and the Corsicana high team left early Monday where they be came part of the blue jacketed youths from 50 states who began registeringMonday Cor the National FFA conven John president of the Mildred led his He was flanked by Kenneth trcasiiroVj Tommy Joe Graham and The group traveled to Fort Worth where they boarded the Texas FFA special train teav ng at It arrived in Kansas City Monday Following the final session the group will de part for arriving back at Fort Worth Friday Henderson is the son of and Henderson who live on the Stroube Southard Is the son of See 14 Daring Thieves Loot Gem Chain 12 dar ing band systematically raided a chain of jewelry stores in lashionable London streets over the weekend and took jewelB worth pounds Police said it appeared to be the biggest burglary ever car rind out in Londons West End The thieves looted four shops one after apparently using duplicate keys to gain They cleared the shelves of brooches and No one apparently saw or heard The four stores belong to a group called the Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Three are in fashionable Mayfair at Oxford Piccadilly Circus and the Bur lington where million aires go The only recently acquired by the is a mile near Victoria Police said the thieves ap peared to have an intimate knowledge of the store being released by the House Committee on UnAmerican Ac contains testimony tak en 10 and 11 prior to the arrival of Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev on 15 for his The committee referred to the closed door sessions with the witnesses as Nicholoas an en gineer from testified he lived in the Ukraine during the 193033 The Ukraine is one of the Soviet Union See Page 5 Tuesday Is Big Day For Annual Chest Campaign Tuesday will be a big day foi the Community Chest Two more divisions will swing into action with Idckoff meet ings and the three divisions al ready at work win convene jointly for a progress refbrt I The progress session In the form of a break fast will lead off the Tuesday All division leaders and workers of the Advance Gifts headed by Jay fhe Special Gifts led by Fred Roy and the Employes Gifts of which Lloyd Carraway is chair man will turn In their collection reports at the breakfast in the hotels Cactus Results will be tabulated and announc ed to the group before the Next In the days program Is the kickoff brunch for the Wo mens Residential Division which this year is being headed by Burney Bobkoff and Bob Kinsloc House will he the set ting for the womens kickoff at 10 Rounding out the days Im portant schedule of events will be the kickoff dinner for cam paigners of the East Side Dlvi See Page 14 Governors Ban Segregation 12 Southern Governors today tacit ly admitted that segregation is the toughest problem facing many of the states in this But the was not even mentioned by officially declared out of order and the 25th annual meeting of the southern governors confer ence opened with a discussion of the multitude of problems fac ing the various moat of which seem to add up to one Before the conference there was strong sentiment among tho governors against bolting the Democratic 12 The understanding which stems from personal contact Is likely to be the primary result of his visit with President Mexicos President Adolf o Lo pez Mateos indicated After three days of such con tact the one concrete agreement mentioned by Lopez Mateos at a news conference is that the projected Diablo Dam on the Rio Grande should be called Friendship Curdlul Results Of the advantages deriving from the three days he has spent in the company of Eisenhower and other top the Mexican President said We have tried to trace the paths which will lead us to cor dial I insist that per sonal contact permits a notable advance in the solution of prob Cold he does not always solve every Other Agreements Two other subjects on which Lopez Mateos said there is agreement in principle are an increase in tbe exchange o stu dents and teachers and See 12 ATLANTIC 12 The United Auto Workers convention today gave John Kennedy a noisily enthusiastic reception and cheered his declaration that the UAW is n basic bul wark of the progressive liberal movement in this I come to you as a friend of Kennedy I have never apoliglzcd for that friend ship and I dont intend to start Kennedy was invited dress the convention as the leading possibilities for the presidential nomi nation in Kennedy made See UAW Page 12 Public Hearing l to ad one of On Zonin Sel Thur Drivers Fear Loss Of Tax Incentives OKLAHOMA 12 Loss of tax incentives would severely affoct the oil industrys 2 12blllIondollara year drilling President Ed Warren of Cities Service said He told the American of Oihvell Drilling Contractors that drillers must set together and fight to preserve the 27 32 per cent depletion allowance and the right to charge off Intang ible drilling He said opponents of deple tion are expected to try to modify or eliminate those pro visions in the next session of The adverse effect upon tho drilling business brought about by the Joss of these tax provis ions would without question be immediate and Warren Take away depletion and every exploratory or develop ment prospect will be consider ably downgraded in quality be cause the expected rate of re turn will suffer Take away the right to ex pense intangible drilling costs and the availability of cash re sources for drilling activity will be seriously Warren said loss of tax in centives would mean either an increase in oil prices or a drastic slowdown in The oi industry has enjoyed See Page 12 Corsicanas first proposed zoning ordinance will be the subject of a public hearing1 to be conducted Thursday by the City Planning and Zoning Commission which has been working closely with the consultants employed to devel op a master The meeting will be held at the county court Chairman Elliott Middlelon Monday issued a invitation to the interested public to attend and hear an explanation of the zoning Under the a public hear ing must be hold before the or dinnnce Is submitted to City Commission for consideration of Attending to assist in explain ingtho ordinance will be Rob ert city planner of Dal who with Homer Hunt nnd Associates of was employed about a year ago by the city government to draw up n comprehensive growth and development plan for Cor sicana with instruction to give first attention to zoning needs and overall study of the citys traffic and parking prob mmmm Turkey fill Deadlocked UNITED 12 A morning of in decisive ballotingin the UN general assembly left Com munist Poland and western baclred Turkey firmly deadlock ed today in a contest over a scat in the security The voting was expected to continue at an afternoon Poland was leading throughout the balloting and at one point was only six votes short of the required twothirds majority of those prcront and Polands greatest strength was shown on the and ninth ballots when it got 18 votes to 33 for On tho 12th bal the vote was back virtually where it Poland re ceived 46 and Turkey Israel was absrnt because of a USE OF DUES OL1TICS IS INVOLVED Hoffa Is Denied Freedom From Court Monitors 12 The Supreme Court today agreed to review a decision that1 compulsory union membership is unconstitutional If dues mon ey is used for political purposes without the consent of union The decision was given by the Georgia Supreme Court in a sult by six employes of the Southern Railway Unions Appeal It was appealed to the highest tribunal by 15 among them Railroad Brotherhoods at whose Insistence union shop con tracts have been signed by many Under union shop employes are required to join unions within a specified In the Georgia case this was 60 The six Southern Railway System employes said they did not want to join unions and should not be forced to pay dues when part of the money was used to support political candidates and doctrines they ArgnmnntH Later A time for argument of tha 12 Sec Inl Made By Court 12 Supremo Court today re fused to review a decision that negroes seeking admission to North Carolina white schools must use state administrative remedies before asking help federal The decision was given by thel 4th Circuit Court in Rich mond In litigation brought on behalf of Joseph Hiram Hoi 15yearold negro of Other Actions In other actions bearing on the school integration th high court Declined to rule on a negr demand that a North Carolina school board promptly set u a plan to speed race integrator of Refused to review a grcgallon decision that resulte In Prince Edward cutting off all money for it Denied a review of an or der prohibiting the city council from cutting of public school The issue of use of state pro ccdurcs figured In both North Carolina Transfer Sought The Holt boys parents had asked his transfer to the whltJ Broughton high school attoi the Raleigh Board of EducatloJ See INTEGRATION Page 12 New Arguments Van Doren Missing Cleric Blasts Networks jp A third coldblooded murder has been admitted by James Pal See Page 14 12 The chairman of the Federal Trade Commission said today deceptive entertainment such as rigged TV shows is not some thing his agency can Earl the FTC told House investigators his agency has never gone be yond control of advertising which results in unfair busi ness The House Subcommittee on legislative oversight has heard testimony that questions and answers were supplied in ad vance to some contestants on such programs as TwentyOne and Tic Tac In reply to Kintner conceded that this constitutes a gray area in the He said Congress could enact a law making it a criminal of fense to riga TV adding It would have a salutary ef Kintner also suggested broad ening of the rules of the fed oral communication commis which is the federal regu latory body for television and As for his own Kink ner said the FTC so far has never exercised jurisdiction over deceptive In my opinion there is a serious question whether such jurisdiction he If the commission were to exercise censorship over enter Kintner there Is a serious question of tbe lira H at which it should It would take the commission far afield from the functions in tended by he Kintner said the courts have held that where no misrepre sentation of products is in the commission has no But he said the commission staff in 1956 conducted a pre liminary investigation of a com plaint involving the TV quiz The Big The program went off the Kitner and the investifc tion never got to the question of the commission authority to act Ho described the complaint as having come from a lady She alleged that the quiz shows producer quesioned her in advance on her knowl edge of certain pur portedly to choke her off the There still was no word on whether Charles Van a big winner on the Twenty One would accept an in 3 Page 12 12 Gulf Coast states and the Federal Government off in the Supreme Court to day for another decisive round in a long dis pute over ownership of the oil rich submerged offwhore lands in the Gulf of Attorneys for tbe United States and for Alabama and Mississippi have 13 unusually lengthy period in which to present their Since the court sits only four hours starting at the arguments could extend Into next At stake in the case are great riches in royalties from oil which lies in pools beneath parts of the submerged lands In the The nub of the arguments are these By the states That Con gress gave states ownership of adjoining offshore lands out to their historic boundaries and thus the five states should be declared owners of lands out as far as 10 to 20 miles from By the United States That the boundary of the United States extends seaward only three Inasmuch as state boundaries cannot extend be yond boundaries of the the fjtate can own only out to the threemile That the under previous court has paramount rights to and control over sub merged lands beyond that threemile Solicitor General Leo Ran kin is representing the United States in the Spokesmen for the states in clude Will James Hart and Chrys Dougherty Louisiana Jack Gremillion and Victor Sachso Mississippi Joe Patterson and John Price Alabama Gordon Madi son Florida Rich ard Ervin and Spessard Holland Litigation over ownership of the oil rich submerged lands has been In the off and fro more than 10 In a series of cases several years ago the court ruled against Texas and Louisiana in their of forts to claim owner ship of the offshore submerged The court in that Congress could decide the ques tion of ownership but that th Federal Government has para mount rights to and contr over the submerged In enacted law giving states ownership adjoining offshore lands out t the extent of their hlstori generally regarded three Tho act also ga states the opportunity to prov that their historic boundarlq arc beyond three Th claim ownership out to three j six leagues 10 to 20 Three leagues equals la After Congress t Justice Department claim lands beyond the threemi mark off the Louisiana The court heard arguments in a governme case directed against Louisia but tho following June direct that all five Gulf Coast atat be brought into the New arguments were set but a year the court delayed them and 2i set the case for heart The governments princip contention is that a atat boundary cannot extend See Page 12
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