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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - October 14, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Thursday cooler warmer Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 58 I 60 61 1 62 I 64 65 1 66 Complete Weather Report on Market How t of the Daily Sun and SemlWeikV Ill LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESSAP TELEMATS PAGES MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er steels and motors governments li quidation and short CHICAGO poor clearing little price top Catt Higher top PRICE FIVE CENTS tv PIGS IN bit of work keeps a boar calm says Hurley of Echo Here his fivemonthold team of Tam pull a special wagon around the grounds of the International Plowing Match at Peters Hurley has been halterbreaking boars for 20 years he it teaches them AP Wirephoto and sometimes rains had their say in Corsicana and Navarro County Tuesday before the cool front moved in Tuesday According to the hardest rains fell in inches and Purdon Corsicana had Reports trom other county areas are ar follow Blooming and 1 Heavy mists prevailed in all Wednesday By The Associated Press Northerspawned rains that figured in at least eight deaths and sent streams and lakes on the rise in Central and West Texas continued to fall in sec tions of East and South Texas Corpus Houston and Tyler reported rain or drizzle after the cold front mov ed into the GuJf of Skies cleared over northwest Texas hut remained murky over the rest of the state as the front drifted Forecasts call for rain and showers through Thursday in East and South Central Texas and partly cloudy to cloudy skies other Downpours of up to seven See Page 9 PARALLELS KHRUSHCHEV ARMS PLANS Lodge Repeats Inspections Must Be Foolproof UNITED NATIONS 14 United States called today for a UN study on a system of international and domestic police forces to pre serve peace in the event of total worlel The new survey was proposed by delegate Henry Cabot Lodge as a parallel to discus sions of Soviet Premier Khrush chevs total disarmament plan aid before the UN general as sembly Will Join Study Lodge told the assemblys 82 nation political committee the United States would join other members of the new 10nation disarmament committee in Ge neva early next year In giving to the Soviet proposals he most serious He said that the United States still does not know what kind of inspection and the Soviet Union will accept and this is a key to whether the Soviet plan is ac There cannot be 100 per cent disarmament with only 10 per cent Lodge de Urges Elaboration He urged the Soviet Union to elaborate a detailed plan before the Geneva disarmament Sue Page 11 Wild Los INDUSTRY IS Say Dallas Banker Short DALLAS FBI today 14 UP accused a The trusted 14 UP The State Board of Water Engineers has delayed a final ruling on the Trinity River Authoritys initial effort to sell future stor age A twomember board majority voted to hold up the decision until diversion points in the TRAs plan are definitely es Board Chairman Durwood Manford and member Otha Dent agreed that there should be no further public hearing on the question until the TRA could say definitely what the diver sion points will Member wanted to grant the TRA application now and issue a permit at such time as the TRA is able to es tablish the diversion There were no protests lodged with the board over the TRA The City of Corsi cana is the principal proposed purchaser of the water the Trin ity River Authority wants to store in the Navarre Mills Chicago Hawaii Wer 3 I See Page 13 r 3 Hours New Forecast 14 IflP Travelers will be flying from Chicago to Hawaii in less than three hours by says Rob ert president of Continen tal Air Six said he thinks hjs com pany can introduce supersonic craft on Hawaiian runs in 1967 He said the transports would fly miles an hour or three times the speed of That speed would cut the Honolulu to San Francisco flight time to an hour and 40 minutes to Los an hour and 45 and from Honolulu to two hours and 35 Six is here to explain his companys position in the trans pacific route Nine air lines are vying for new pinning CAPE 14 JP Americas new Explorer VII satellite is spin ning about the earth every hour and 41 minutes gathering data about spare radiation and the A fourstage Juno II rocket lifted the gyroscope satellite in to orbit Tuesday and it im mediately began transmitting valuable Explorer VII joined eight other American including one circling the Space scientists were pleased the orbit attained which takes the Explorer VII 664 miles from earth at its farthest point and as close as 346 miles at its nearest Homer Newell of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration reported this orbit is more nearly circular than hoped for and said it would he an advantage because of the nature of some of the seven experiments carried in the For one he to measure cosmic will not be unduly flooded bv higheraltitude radia gauges designed Newell announced of the two satellite radio transmitters was hoped for and that it probably will die in about two The trans mitter is designed for precision tracking ol the Newell that when the radio the satellite be tracked by telescopic Explorer VII is expected to stay aloft for 20 but it will relay information for only one After that an automatic device will shut off the second This is to prevent the radio signals from cluttering up satellite broadcasting1 The gyroscope gets its nick name because it looks and acts like the spinning devices that stabilize moving ships and The main mission was to study the lower levels of bands of radiation hovering above the This data may help ease mans wav to the Other instruments measure cosmic rays in and below tho belt micrometeoric density sunproduced ultraviolet radia tion and the heat balance be tween the earth and the Meteorologists believe the lat ter is responsible for most of our The Juno II was one of three rockets launched here Tues a B47 jet bomber fired a 37foot Bold Orion missile across th path of the Ex plorer VI Paddlewheel satel The missile may be the forerunner of a weapon design ed to knock down enemy satel An Air Force statement Is sued in Washington said pre liminary evaluation indicates the mission was successfully accom Pentagon officials said it might take several days to analyze data from the missile itself and from ground observation sta Tuesday night the Air Force launched its dependable Thor intermediatf range missile on a test bank official of a Government agents said the money disappeared over the last two years at the First National Bank In James Cook an as sistant vice specifical y was charged with false entry HI the banks books amounting to Agents said the shortage was discovered while Evans was ab sent from the bank because of Evans was scheduled to ap pear before Commissioner Madden Hill for arraignment this Bank digging Mexicos Chief Warns Arming Can Bring War UNITED 14 Adolfo Lopez Mateos of Mexico warned the United Nations today that a buildup arms to save peace con only end in He said the future of the United Nations depends upon a solution to the problem of dis In a speech before the 82 nation general assembly he de clared History teaches quite clearly that it is an illusion to believe that peace can be won and supported by instruments of We know that ultimately these accumulated with a desire to avoid will threaten peace and then irrepar ably shatter Lopez Mateos said the big powers possessing weapons of mass destruction are in honor bound to desist from using Peace H and must be pos sible because we can not do without he The Mexican leader came here from talks in Washington with President He was a guest of the UN and the city of New He saia the UN must find a courageous ftnd honest way in which we can overcome the in into bank placed the shortage at the FBI re The FBI said Evans conceal ed the shortage by use of fraud ulent Evans had been employed by the bank and its See Page 9 Girl Confesses Giving Parenis Deadly Poison 14 The parents of a 15yearold girl died of poison early today and police said the girl admitted giving them the deathdealing potion under the pretense it was thrill powder that would give thnm a Sheriff Lynn Thomas of John son county quoted the Diane Roberts as saying her motive was to kill her father because he had threatened to kill William the and his Evelyn died in a Kansas City hospital about four hours after they be came violently ill at their home in Prairie a Kansas City former vice presi dent of a Kansas City real estate had been work ing part time for nn invest Sen Page 7 Boston Visitors Traffic Victims MACMILLAN REVAMPS HIS CABINET AFTER ELECTION Auto Workers Give Reuther Another Term ATLANTIC United Auto Work ers convention has given Wal ter Reuther firm control of the union for another two Arnid the hoopla and trap pings of a major party political the delegates reelected Reuther president by acclamation Reelected with him were all his top officers and executive board The nomination of for an eighth term set dele gates marching through the auditorium carrying placards reading Win With They popped shot off toy flares cap rang sirens and sang song Solidarity WAGE HIKE McDonald Tells Hearing Union Terms Negotiable ther union Then they pjatform to their crowded onto the shake hands with 14 Three stinct of domination the de sire to to to overrule that for so long has been the prime motive of many a powerful He declared one of the deep er causes of war is the tre See LOPEZ Page 9 buses among 20 carrying sight seeing delegates to the Ameri can of State Highway Of ficials Convention crashed today on lofty Mystic River Twelve persons were At the Massachusetts General to which most of the injured were removed in police none was reported seriously The buses were proceeding in two police escorted convoys on the 130fcet high upper level whir the fifth bus in one of the convoys stopped The sixth also but the seventh crashed into it and drove it against the fifth The travelers were on a ricalscenic tech All other candidates nominat ed for top offices withdrew to make the elections But some of the negro dele gates served notice they would Sfie II Community Chest Divisions ow Action All elements of the 1959 Corn have the munity Chest campaign now been activated with kickoffs Tuesday night of the East Side Division and Wednes day morning of the General Gifts Chairman Joe Bob Tekell told his General Gifts campaigners 14 Minister Macmillan reorganized his Cabinet creating new ministries ol aviation and sci ence and naming progressive minded Iain Macleod as colonial The three major Cabinet of ficials Foreign Secretary Sel wyn Chancellor of the Exchequer Derlck Heathcoat Amory and Home Secretary Richard Butler remain in their Butler also took over as chairman of the Conservative party succeeding Lord Hail Butler and Macleod are considered members of the more liberal wing of the who organized the Campaign that won the Con servatives sweeping1 election victory last got the new science ministry with its responsibilities for space re See Page 12 Seek American In Monterrey Road Slayings 14 police aro seeking a young American in connection with the roadside slaying of a Monterrey girl and her Marta Villa and her 14yearold brother Raul were shot to death and another seriously wounded after their auto de veloped engine trouble Tuesday night between Nucvo on the Texas and Sabinas 60 miles north of Mon The were returning with an older Raul Perez Villa from a visit to San when thcli engine Villa Gomez hitched a ride to Sabinas Hidalgo to get a tow leaving the TS LOS 14 brush raging wildly out of burned to the edge of one Los Angeles suburb today and threatens An unfavorable forecast of high heat in the 90s and acutely low humidity made control of the blaze a question Use Men More than men have been called to the scene in the San Gabriel Mountains 15 miles north of here since the fire started at noon Thirteen planes carrying flre retarding borate solution start ed bombing hot spots this During the early morning hours flames leaped right to the door steps of and homes in the foothill community of La Canada betension from Friday to Monday 14 Eisenhower today extended until Monday from Friday the deadline for the report of his board of inquiry on the 92day steel Press Secretary James Hagerty said the President acted at the request of the threcmmi factfinding relayed by Secretary of Labor James Mitchell in a brief call this President Eisenhowers In board today asked an ex fore they were They came within a mile of Caltechs Jet Propulsion key f the tlmc on the filing its report in the 92day steel space research It was in George panel made the announce tne threeman group ment See LOS Page 9 CC Industrial Panel Discusses New Prospect no immediate Wind gusts up to 33 were driving the fire toward UP for the day its hear ing of industrys side of the The inquiry Is to resume its presentation Time Needed Taylor said the panel needs the extra time to the voluminous testimony and ex hibits and to prepare a report for Once the President receives the report he ean order thej The Chamber of Commence Department to seek dustiiai committee upou Injunction advised Wednesday of an out ofstato furniture manufacturing firm which is interested in Cor sicana as a location agreed to explore all angles in bringing the plant Owners of the their wives and children and their firm sales manager visited Cor sicana some two weeks ago and looked at industrial sites and existing buildings which might suit In the absence of ChalrmanL 14 Louis Manager Dick by day Industrial Knight reported they found one workers Join the jobless rank building they were extremely nations steel suppl terested in but v strike for 80 S Taylor said the Page 7 Jobless Total Mounts Daily In Steel Strike far the owner has quoted them only a yeartoyear lease on the buildings The building contains feet and the industry wants n squarefoot build With the steel strike in th an estimated employes in atceldependent In This out of Is on top of the A V W 1 t I and would employ who shu 50 to 100 persons at the f5 ccnt country1 ning adding additional labor aJsteelniaking capacity July at a Wednesday break wounded five times In 4 1 I J1l 4lt fast in the Navarro hotel Cac tus Room that they have been asked to raise which he considers a very realistic goal for this This will be only per cent of the campaigns total goal of At a kickoff dinner held in the Colored Community itself a Chest supported Chairman Wilbur Calhoun and CoChairman Foley Wynn an nounced to the East Side Divi sion workers that their quota has been fixed at In one of the most outstand ing kickoff events for the East the Community through the cooperation of the Dallas Community brought to the dinner two of that metropolitan citys most promi nent negro community Pearl Anderson and George East Sidern were informed See Page 12 Cord From Texas Carries FRENCH 14 A giant rocket capable of orbiting a satellite carrying a busload of trained observers is being developed by the United John 14 iP President Eisenhower returned today from a visit to his old home town and was greeted with a birthday serenade by the army Assembled at the White the group sang Happy Army and The Yellow Rose of It wag a surprise for Eisen hower on his arrival at the White House by automobile after a drive from Andrews Ail Force Base where his plane landed at Today is Eisenhowers 69th birthday and he had left Abilene to a rendition of Happy Ike from the high school students The president was smiling when he came from his plane but the weather A steady rain was For See Page 12 the hia plane had to dip clown through an overcast at a thousand feet and through broken clouds extending down another 500 Because of the Eis enhower motored from Andrews Field to the White House in stead of going by helicopter his preferred method of travel on the 15mile Back in his Eisenhow er had a major conference on economic and financial matters scheduled fop the afternoon 2 This brought together Secre tary of the Treasury Robert Under Secretary Ju lian Chairman William Martin of the Federal Re serve Board Raymond chairman of the pres idents council of economic ad and Donald See Page 13 14 A giant birthday card signed by about wellwishers was delivered to the White House for President Eisenhower today by a delegation from his native state of The President is 69 years old The 5 by 10 foot card was pre sented by a group representing the Texas Independence Day It included Jim Ethridge of president of the and Mary Moody Northern of Gal a member of the ad visory The huge card featured an outline of the state of Texas with a sketch of the home in which the President was born in Another sketch on the card is of a tower clock at Fort Sam told police this story f subsequent developments An auto stopped and a young man with blonde hair got out and asked the trio in English why they were Hilda tried to explain the situation In Spanish but the man appeared not to understand and then she told him in The stranger then asked the two girls to go for a ride with When they he angrily pulled out pistol and began then drove Hilda saici the slayers car was See Page 12 The strikes effect on employ ment is expected to beconv progressively worse in the nexi few weeks as steel stockpile molt even If the walkout were settle it still would be month or longer before th mills could begi See Page 11 Peiping Backs Full Disarming 14 ID Chinas legislators today mously endorsed Soviet Russias 1Tfhc1U1S dnpt rejort proposal for total e layoffs stemming froi proposa radio Peiping The new China news agency steel shortages are being at the rate of a an I 1 fj I I j ft said the standing committee of SOOIJ maV mount to 50000 the national peoples congress A ft J fcH I 1 I 4 J expressed full support for a Virtually every segment resolution endorsing the Soviet llje American industrial con general and complete the of 0 ment proposal to the United the longest stool wal See Page 7 Van Doren Accepts Subpoen NEW 14 Charles Van Doren reappeared in public today but declined to answer questions about his tele vision The winner of on the program met newsmen shortly after being served with a subpoena to appeal1 2 be fore a congressional subcom mittee probing fixed TV quiz Van Doren said he would not answer questions about his own appearances until he testifies be by t h o forn the He denied a charge subcommittee Harris that he had been evading service of the issued last Van Doren said had been so distressed by his suspen sion from his a year job by the National Broadcasting last week and testimony brought out in subcommittee hearings that he decided Thurs day to go away for a long week The quiz winner read from a prepared statement before a battery of television cameras and about 100 reporters and photographers in a news con See TEXAS Page 9 ference in the palm terrace of the Hotel He said he had journeyed out oi the state to find some place in the October beauty of New now alive with color ful Van Doren and his he walked the woods and climbed mountains and did not iearn until Monday night that the congressional investigators wished to question Hn said he made himself im mediately available and had ac cepted ho subpoena within an hour prior to his meeting with the Marshall Thomas Lun ney said the counsel to the conducting the probo told him a subcommit tee member had served the sub Van Dorpns Carl had said the young TV personality would accept the subpoena as soon as its delivery can br Rubino said Van Doren hnd just learned about thp He could not evade a sub poena which he did not know had been Rubino de In Harris challenged Rubinos statement that Van Doren had not be avoiding the He sa the committee had sent V Doren a telegram last Wedno day asking him to appear had advised the attorney on following Saturday that a su poena had been Harris said he believed Vi Doren got the wire because til committee requested it be not fied if the message was not d Ivered to A newsman asked Marsh Lunney here If the arrival the subpoena only Tuesday d not appear to contradict the cusation that Van Doren h bninp served with Is raplled Lu This is the first subpoei for him that we have receive In the House committee confirmed that o of the programs it will look i to when it reconvenes will be the t1 first of Asked the bigmoney qi about published ports saying there had be cosed door testimony that pil gram was subcommitt counsel Robert Lishman si See VAN Page 11   

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