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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - October 15, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL fair with slowly rising temperatures through Thermometer Headings 8 9 10 11 12 II 2 58 1 63 68 69 I 70 1 71 I 72 Complete Weather Report on Market Homtof the Daily Sun And SemiWMkly Morning Light ETS AT A GLANCE NEW High er rails cor porates quiet trad CHICAGO near con tract light demand Hogs Lower top top 112 LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS 1959 SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENTS 4 3F Sir Sir i INSPECTI EXAMPLE IS POSSIBILITY Dedication To Scientific Work Aim For Sector 15 Secretary ol State Christian Herter today pledged Americas dedication to the principle that Antarctica should be used for peaceful purposes only and net become an object of politi cal Hevter set out the posi iion at the opening of a 12na rion conference aimed at insuring peace over the vast and still unsettled regions of the South Good Influence This country hopes the 12 na Soviet Union will agree on a treaty banning military use of the vast sub The aim is to dedicate it to cooperative scientific un Agreement on an Antarctic officials could improve the atmosphere for negotiations on other East West And proposed Inspection system to make sure there are no Antartic military could serve as a pilot system for a future disarmament Cites Experiences and Russian scientists have already cooperated in the joint Antarctic programs of the See Page 12 Allen Asscrls Red Propaganda Attack Altered octor BOTH SIDES Open New Chessman Hearing SURGEONS GAMBLE TO AID SAVAGELY MUTILATED 15 Two American scien tists were awarded this years Nobel prize in medicine for pioneer research into the basic mechanisms of Thoy are Severo Ochoa of Edmund Brown the New York University college opened a clemency hearing toof medicine and Arthur dav for Caryl Chessman by J author is guilty of the sex Swedish Royal Caroline Institute terDay Saints Hospital Crimes for which he was conof Medicine and Physiology this preserved the rippedoff skin demned to death 11 years in a gallon of salt I am convinced the man is Tne reward signaled an ex Christine and her scalp of all the crlmes biochemical advance in 3 basic scientific level of SALT LAKE eyebrows and scalp stripped a 12year old farm girl depends for her fu ture on a fight by doctors to I flown to the In a 6 12 which he was charged and con as they see the handlhour the upper the governor told and lower right eyelids and torneys before they opened Tne prizG thia year ls wortn work of Christine Hayes of leyebrows were from arguments to save Chessman gwedish was mutilated more savthe scalp and attached to execution agely than if by an Indians scalping knife when a potato Doctors hope the rich abdom 23 I 1 vr I VI J 1 1 U V k in the The money comes from trusts ARBITRATION Unusual Sunday Session Slated For Last Queries 15 The head of President Eisen howers Inquiry panel on the steel strike today urged the industry and union to resume direct negotiations and seek an agreement before No Quick Moves Both the industry and union seemed to accept the suggestion made by panel chairman George Taylor at the windup of the panels But no her combine seized her swinging Unal blood will nourish themun1 A governor shovild not San Quentin prison gas uncler the will of negotiating arrange Swedish inventor of wcre made The prizes first werel Despite todays pony tail during harvest til they can be grafted back in ond guess the Brown awarded in 1901 and are clven close of tll I I CT 1 m i In skin from FIREMEN ESCAPING HIGHWAY INFERNO flee for their lives in a fire patrol car on Angeles Crest Highway as huge flames sweeping through the Angeles National Forest raged on both sides of the The destroying mountain brush and is about 30 miles northeast of downtown Los AP Wirephoto The accident occurred Mon A doctor kept her alive following tele1 abdomen was grafted to her phoned instructions from and neck during the long scheduled a formal tolling Chessmans legal physics announced there would thelcounsel they cannot expect him ns well as in the field of be an open session of to grant any stays of and Inlthe Both par there is the Nobel We are only concerned here powers emPcace NEW propaganda chief George Allen said today the Com munists have changed their line of attack against capitalism be cause of what Nikita Khrush chev discovered on his trip to the United head of the Infor mation said the Com munists now admit capitalistic production is abundant but In a speech prepared for a meeting of the public relations Society of Allen said I dont know whether Khrushchev liked what he saw in the United States or But in the it wont be quite as easy for him to believe some of the nonsense about America projected to the world by his own propaganda Soviet propaganda has held that under American the poor were constanly getting Since the Khrushchev this line already has Moscow admits that capitalism produces an abund ance for the The troa See Page 10 LOS 15 A foothill brush fire burned to within 100 yards of a group of homes near suburban Altadena today but a massed array of pumper trucks succeeded in checking the Three families were evacuat ed but barring the firemen said the threat to Altadena was more potential than Meanwhile the completely out of control for the second burned most furiously along a fourmile front on its northeast This front is in a wilderness On Teacher Pensions By CLYDE MURRAY Daily Sun Staff Robert Jackson state representative for this iiuut a iii principals and superlnten are of Angeles National in the San Gabriel far from any It was burning toward An geles crest It was dents of the countys public schools and Navarro Junior officials Wednesday Price Daniel will call a special i j iu u i this lower in the that the fire start of pay ed from a ed carelessly flipped Wednesday to the West on the opposite side of Los another brush fire for teachers and old age pen Corsicana It Marys the Santa Monica The college was evacuated as spoke at the monthly meeting of the Navarro County School istrators Association held in the home economics building at the Blooming Grove he a precautionary but bellevM the schoola will get the jJbenefits they are The Corsicana a graduate of Navarro Junior first reviewed the high the blaze was contained be fore doing any charred six Fifteen hundred men and tanker dropping fire re v f i Shis of the legislative session arding borate solution fought including the regu the Angeles forest Con sun vas a Air Force Cuts Accident Rate But Sill High Chest Nearing HalfMark In Current Drive Coraicanas Community Chest campaign has up a full head of steam and officials are exhort ing worktra to keep the tempo At Thursdays report progress it was revealed that thn campaign has reached or almost half of the 000 being The cash in hand and pledges through the breakfast represents per cent of tho Campaign CoChairman Hagle saU while the drive ef forts have been fairly easy up to this point the going is likely to get harder and for this rea re be no let 1 with pardoning The combine stripped He said his tines head to the Before eight years ns California at the scalp can be hoshomey ge pital officials the plastic surgeon will have to peel away a thin section of skull so that the skin will have a surface to ties will be on he to answer whatever questions which it can The names of neither Soe Page 12 the acquainted him ipfth the Brown he would render his decision by Monday on whether to commute the death sentence to life imprisonment without possibility of By a Monday decision you will have plenty of time to exer cise any other legal remedies you may Brown Americans also won the Panel wish to aft er analyzing their President Says Newspapers Helping History See Page 12 Boy Fatally Wounds Father Saving Mother The nation wants a settle ment soon of the damaging Taylor lectured both He said that if they are un able to reach agreement by ne they should consider submitting their differences to or a decision by outside See Page 10 p re See Page 9 15 Zealand accuracy in the nations newspapers are needed to make htstorv move steadily forward in the direction of freedom and President Eisenhower In a statement Issued for 151 DlHlllrti Arbitration Three hendod ny 15yearold boy shot and Conrad George San Wfninrtcd his father to Steel and then the pistol whipping of hlg President David J ThomaslDonaId replied that they snid The shooting occurred Wed nesday night at tho Wacissa fire watch station of the Florida forost about 13 miles south of Corley died about four hours later at a Tallahas see assistant The Armon was Navarrn County agricultural hoid without To Be Childress County Agent Industrial Output Little Hurt By Strike 15 official says that his service has lost Air since 3950 15 matinee idol Errol one of the last of the gallant screen greats of two decades was dead today in this British Columbia metropo He was grown paunchy and greying but still exuding was stricken Wednesday night in a ri apartment wh ere he had dropped in for a He ap parently died of a heart An autopsy was planned Flynns life ended in surround ings he lifted good liquor on hand and a beau tiful young protege Moments before he had been the life of the Then he complained of back pains and lay down in the Grant in whose apartment he was examined Flynn and had him remain quiet after administering Police reports said the doctor had stepped out of the room for a and when he re turned the actor was pale and his breathingsuddenly The doctor tried mouth breath Ing until an inhalator squad but it no Flynn and his latest pie A questionanswer session had much ram at all the last r1 his See Page 12 Jackson said it seemed to be the concensus at Austin that if Daniel ran for a third See Page 7 Mental Patient Kidnaps Young Louisiana Girl NEW 15 A Coast Guard helicopter found wet and shocked 9yearold the sale of his luxury and planes in totaling a larger Air Force than any country in the world exccit Twothirds of the accidents shouldnt have he he the overall acrldcnt rate in the Air Force is steadily Mai Can Joseph Deputy Iiippoctor General for Safety of the Air gave the figures during a talk on afetv to the seventh annual Air Forum of the Air Line Pilots Ho said tbaat safe flight operations arc attained by im proved air base facilities and adequate pilot Caldara came up with these statistics concerning Air Force planes paign near the last half for on the part of He asked that no one coast now that it half way mark as the is always the It reported that the Ad vance Gifts Division headed bylJOLr has accountod free or interlthe roth nnnual observance of agent for the past three Mrg ROHG 15 the camNational Newspaper Week which has RCCGptod a position as Bounds and waslThc Federal Reserve Board re begins the President said ngcnt In Childress County Judge Kenneth Doug las Hnd County Agont John Burleson mnde the announce it stands for the hopes jointly Thursday morning achievements of Am e r I c meeting Wodnesday Is To As our editors re Ted dis tricken 17yearold Hollywood starlet Beverly had come here in a swampland eight hours vacht i after a furloughed mental pa tient abducted her in his There was no word yet on Ernegfc Bordenave Jr 22 of funeral plans or where Flynn Luburban Gretna said be did will be not know why he picked up His hostess during his fraii Lona Anne Robertson George said Wednesday on her way to Flynn had expressed the wish school in Police charged more than once to be buried with aggravated his ranch in She said aggravated and molest Miss Aadland would try to have a his wishes carried She said she knew where the He died school and I told her I Caldough would drive her Borde Flynn and his young comnave told deputies at the Jef panion were en route to the fcrson Parish county airport with the Caldoughs and When she saw we were go other friends when they deing the wrong she became cided to stop for a drink with but I had a knife and who had wanted to threatened I didnt want meet the to hear her For two hours Errol Bordenave said he planned to with his back against the door drive to but his and talked about his experiences car ran out of He with some of the greats of the abandoned it on a deserted road movie Caldough near a canal separating Plaque said in an mines and Jefferson His eyes lit up as he stood When I parked I made her waving his arms around in get out of the car with magnificent gestures as he 1mlhe I told her to be See Page 7 See Page 7 tho daily affairs of their lrjct agnnt for tho Texan foT 98 2 MB and acbollnffnExtension I f rti Itnlri trt ciiftnltr m i I mi t 1 f of by bringing in See Page 12 Morocco Bases Are Discussed 15 prime minister con ferred with President Eisenhow er today and indicated they dis cussed the future of mili tary bases in that newly inde pendent The prime Abdullah reported after 35 min utes with Eisenhower that the Sne Page 7 Noted Memphis Newsman Dies ported today that industrial pro duction declined only slightly last month despite the steel Its index fell one point to 148 per cent of the 194749 Tho hoard that the stocl walkout is having Oct 15 UP a sroalor impact this they help to supply our Tne Commissioners Court ncl A former newspaperman who saicl thnt aa of citizens wth the lessons of hisccpted Smiths resignation In a fought and won a battle invontories of stpcl wcre be ingcthor with tho session Thursday mornto iongthnn mens HhlrUallslInfi depleted and output ion which is required to make infft dipnhcro Wednesday historv move stnadily forward in judge Douglns said ho spoke Shirttall 85 industries wcre spread the Direction of freedom the entire court whon ho waged nis triumphant crusade inF said I think ho has done an m a flow of humorous letters Durlnff t the I am delighted to add my awfully good job with the youngpublished in the Memphis PressFtccl art its greatest side wishes for the success of stcrs of Navarro but Scimitar in the lato 1930s and impact in Deducing activity in we wont stand In tho way when carried by wire services around fhe railroad equipment and he has nn opportunity to adthe shipbuilding vance to a higher Smith contended that longer said the cop a graduate of Texas shirUails wore more comfortper strike which began In will assume his able and incidentally would Aunust wos holding clown out new duties Ho nnd his help use up tho cotton put ln nonferrous mining family will move to A number of shirt manufacturand t i 1rj was extremely frjcnd That af any given moment J e Air Force has planes Since winning independence from Morocco has not renewed an agreement under which the established Mo racan Asked whether he and Eisen hower discussed the prime minister replied There was a general ex change of He declined to Gets pro civil the Air force has p airborne these planes aver age miles of flight per This is he to crossing the United States twice every minute or flying the distance to the moon in an Every minute the Air Force flies accidents somewhere have See AIR Page 12 I I I Humphrey ATLANTIC United Auto Work ers convention gave Hu bert Humphrey an ovation today after hc endorsed the unions political goals and at tacked the Eisenhower adminis The delegates threw papers into the fired cap pistols and sang their union song Solidar who was introduc ed a potential candidate for the Democratic presidential nom did not disclose his per sonal ambitions but he happily waved his arms in recognition of the Humphrey urged the election of a friend of labor as Presi dent next year and called the Ei senhower administration A no veto and injunction Humphrey told the union it has hammered out a magnifi thing he feels National Newspaper Week Lyles Is Ruled Insane M 15 sanity commission today report ed that Anjctte Donovan convicted arsenic poison is Gov Ernest Vandivcr report ed the findings of the three member commission nnd said she will bo sent to Mllledge ville State Hospital Tho state pardon and parole board had requested the exam ination by a sanity commission after attorneys for the 33year old former restaurant operator of her manufacturing the county seat of wore convinced and U saicl Preslrike In few within the next See Page 12 rl pon posl eath DAW Ovation said ho had boon acceptance of tho See Page 7 New Location For Concession Court Pro Informed Wednesday that work by tho general contractor on the elevator for the of closing public schools house will start County OP accepting some Judge Kenneth Douglas callerl Lindsay Almond South Must Take Some Integration South must make the a special session of the Com missions Court Thursday at 10 The primary purpose of tho SJlici here Wednesday as he be came chairman of tho South ern Governors Tho white haired cent forwarding looking gram including a strong rights We must have a meaningful civil rights Humphrey Humphrey was the third Dem ocratic senator considered a prospect for the presidential nomination in 1960 to go before the Stuart Symington of Missouri spoke Wednesday and John Ken nedy of Massachusetts spoke Besides civil Humph rey singled out for approval measures in a political action program adopted by the con aid to educa increasing the minimum wage to medical care for old Humphrey said Eisenhower has become so accustomed to vnlolnp billK in he thinks he can veto any a strike by American work men to get a lltilo more of the dollar nut of profits and Into meeting was to decide where Virginian expressed his views to put the firstfloor concession at a nowa conference following room operated by niH Speaking ns Governor of Vir Commiasioneis made a now Kinia and an hc The Presidents veto of houssurvey of tho building and wore described as a roaltst on ing legislation was a heartless to consult with But segregation and declared ho has Humphrey addno decision had been made at novcr bolted the Democratic ing but I guess the people associates with dont have too much of a housing hc has run party on the state or Judge Douglas reported that local he conferred with As tho 2fith chairman of tho general contracjSouthorn Almond out on every program to expand and was Informed that envisioned unending growth the economy and keep pace with Work would start Monday and and prosperity for the But there is one that would extend from the jn ejecting whose group the administration hasnt initial the to massive resistance program o run out friends in the tno second floor by segregation crumpled in the stool Commissioners therefore had face of federal court Humphrey said the 1960 elocto make an immediate decision his fellow governors passed up tion will determine whetherLK to the of tho con Orval Kaubua of we have only a temporary lease cessjori the judge pointerlUho central figure in the Little title on an uneasy peace or win to a genuine peace Winning the peace will be he it will quire the same kind of dynam Rock All commissioners were proa But the conference did See Page 12 ac v w f T vr v r notlent at the which copt Faubus1 invitation to hold in Judge Douglas office the 1900 meeting in Otis Elevator Company will At the executive sossion which handle the lendcd the 25th annual meet Ing the conference also adopted resolutions urging the President and Congress to re atoro cuts in federal highway fund allocations to the states approving a 16state nuclear energy compact and authoriz ing continued study of the im pact of foreign imports on do mestic Under traditions of tho con only Almond and Fau bua were considered eligible for the chairmanship to succeed James Coleman of Miss Whether there was any significance to Almonds elec tion was not Immediately appar Whilo who has been a dominant figure in recent played a minor role this hc was chairman of the important permanent com mittee on industrial develop and was chairman of the resolutions committee of the conference In reply to Almond told his neus conference that in closing Virginia in good applied the states laws which were struck down by federal See Page 7   

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