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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - October 16, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL to partly clou day through Saturday no important tem perature Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 II 2 60 65 70 71 72 73 74 Complete Weather Beporl on Market r y Daily Sun LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er steels and motors governments com mission house CHICAGO Mixed mostly Oats improved Higher top 113 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Steel Industry Studies New Union ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Find Planes Nuclear Device Intact Chairman George listens to R Conrad chief negotiator for the steel industry B President Eisenhowers inquiry group recessed its public hear fig f ftja 1U c IJ l jjjijvtinw p Ing in of industrys side of the issues in the 92 dav steel The threeman factfinding group asked an extension of time for filing its report on the slrike AP Texas Increases Allowable On Oil 16 UP The1 Railroad Commission ordered today an increase of bar rels daily in Texas oil produc tion during The restriction of nine pro ducing days remained the same as in but the increase came from the difference in the length of the two Total statewide allowable pro ductiori was set at bar rels daily compared to the barrels daily in Six major companies recom mended Ihe nineday Four wanted 10 days of per mitted Atlantic Re fining asked 8 days and Sun Oil Co wanted Joe Sun Oil spokes said nomina tion would allow Sun to pur chase barrels daily from source they are not now pur chasing Owens said November and De cember nominations in Louisiana lad been made on the sam Those making the nineda nominations were Gulf Indiana am Asking for 10day nomination were Citie Service and Standard of Texas This is the fifth consecutiv time that Texas oil wells hav been held to nine producini days during a Chairman Ernest Thomp son said in opening the hear ing that stocks of petroleun products had increased despit the tight conservation measure As of 3 the actual stoc of crude oil was barrel bclov desired c Howeve stocks of kerosene distillale and residual oils wer above desired See Page 12 latest Tideland Arguments Ended 16 Four days of argument before the Supreme Court over owner shop of the submerged Gulf Coast lands beyond the three mile limit ended The next step is Ihe courts Presumably it will come before the court ends its present term next Heres the isue Five Gulf Coast Louisiana and Mississippi contend that their state boundaries extend three leagues or 10 12 Into the The government says The it is three it is the historic boundary claimed by the govern ment and therefore no state boundary may exceed In the governments attor neys told the the federal seaward boundary must be con sistent it cannot jut in and The interest in the question is not an academic Its th valuable oil and olher mineral lhat lie in Ihe submerged land hat have generated the year Much argument before th court was based on historic con Florida an Mississippi say Iheir claims t an extended boundary go bac to the days before the America Louisiana says it boundaries were fixed when was admitted to the Union Texas reminded the court tha at one time it was an indepen dent and that its extenc ed Gulf Coasl boundary slen from that But the governments lawyer headed by Solicitor Gener Lee adaman Regardless of what King Georg III of England or anyone els might have the the boundaries of th five states automatically co formed with the boundaries c See Page 2 ft ft ft 4 SURVIVE REFUELING DISASTER Seven Missing As Aftermath Of Night Collision i Force investigators iday located a nuclear device v the wreckage of a B52 bom er that collided with its re ueling One man was officially listed with seven others Four other crewmen ailed out of the B52 safely aft r the crash last Found In Debris The nuclear device was nest d in the wreckage of the It was about the size of a arge said Associated ress photographer Lit The device was covered vith placed there by he John McConnell ommanding general of the sec md Air said We havent leen able to tell what causec he We dont know f the collision caused the ex losion or the explosion causec Some In Plane who was at thi said we have four aliv we know of and one dead hat leaves seven unaccountec Some of these men wen down with the but we dont know how The Air Force said there wa no danger the nuclear weapon See Page 2 Lopez Maleos Seeks Expanded Canada Trade 16 Minister John Diefenbaker and President Adolfo Lopez Matco of Mexico held a 45minute dis cussion1 today dealing mainl ith The President told reporter and Diefenbaker contemplat an expansion of Mexican Cana dian Mexicos main ex lorl from Canada is papei anadas chief import from Mexico is The President said he invit ed Diefenbaker to visit Mexico Diefenbaker said he woul CBS To Drop All TV Network Quiz HrZ Proposed City Zoning Explained try to accept the invitatio when he has Lopez Mateos also said Mex co and Canada plan to enlarge scholarship program whereb students may study in each oth ers The President said it has a ways been an aspiration of th Latin American states to hav Canada join the Organization o American States but that th was a matter which only Cana da could He also said he envisages free trade area in Latin Amor and that he is convince there will be an improvemen in Latin American rela See Page 1 DeGaulle Winner On Algeri 16 President Charles De Gaulles peace plan for rebellious Algeria won over whelming parliamentary approv al today after Premier Michel Debre expressed confidence that France will not let go of the North African territory for gen erations to Winding up a bitter threeday debate in the national Debre countered rightwing cries that De Gaulle was giving away Algeria by declaring that any Algerian move to secede from France would be beaten and for once A threatened revolt against the government failed to mater The national assembly in the early morning hours voted 44123 to give De Gaulle a free hand to end the fiveyear rebel Eightyfive members ab stained or were not Those who voted against the government included 10 Com munists and several freewheel Ing nonparty among them former premier Georges Most of the Algerian deputies boycotted the session because they fear De Gaulles Beltdetermination policy means an end to the rule of their French backers In De Gaulle on 16 prom sed Algeria three choices integration with home rule in association with or though he ad mitted he was opposed to inde Debre did not go back on this but he promised that no orce will be We must succeed by pacifica the premier Pacification is the word the French use for their military measures against the During the heated debate shouts of treason and treach ry came from deputies who implied De Gaulle was giving Algeria to the There have been reports recently denied by the secret negotiations with the rebel gov ernmentinexile on a political Debre said once more that there could be ceasefire talks with the rebel leaders but no political The he would be along the lines laid down by De Gaulle in his peace for the brave proposal last when De Gaulle called on the rebels to stop fighting and re turn to their homes without Debre insisted once more tha Algerias political future mu settled by a vote guarantee by the French army and he after not by n foliations with the rebel lea Debre assured wavering dep ties in the assembly that tl French army would remain a strong as ever in Algeria keep He said the Alge ians final choice of their f ture by referendum would 1 guaranteed by An despite the fears of the rigl wing and his own expressed co viction that the Algerians wou vote to stay with h did not withdraw the offer of i riiman Starts exas Tour At lUbbock Friday By CLAYTON HICKERSON AP Staff Writer A threespeech Texas tour by rmer President Harry Tru coupled with appearances efore newsmen and television was to start Trumans threeday Texas so will bo climaxed in Dallas aturday night at a slalewide emocratic party rally with the oughly campaigner himself as he principal The Truman Dallas appearance aused widespread conjeclure mong political Dcm cralic and II also lunged the former presiden nto local parly Truman was due to arrive in ubbock Friday at fter a twohour and 15minute lopover in Dallas during which e was lo meet Ihe press am ave lunch with friends anc lembcrs of the Truman Rail Speaker Sam Sen lalph Dan Patlon chairman of the rally group iVilliam parly stal vart from and Citj ouncilman Joe repre enllng Mayor Thornton to meet the former presl Accompanying Truman fc Lubbock were Arch Under financier and longtim emocratic parly Ray Dallas attorneys Bill Coop r and Joe Bailey Humphrey See Page h Uegro Worker Loses Leit Arm Tractor Mishap Willie 41yearold ne ro employe of the Earl Griffii Tractor suffered th mangling and tearing off of th eft arm below the elbow am he breaking of the same arm near the shoulder near Drcsde Thursday al Mason was rolling up wire o a power lifl on a ac cording to his Eai when a glove apparent y became caught by the wir as he guided il in being rolled e was Exlricaling himselg afler Ih Mason drove Ihe trac or a quarter of a mile to th cnlered a jeep and drov a mile lo a house on Ihe farm lighway and was picked u by Busier Huslcad of lhal com munily who sped lo Memoria arriving at m The mangled arm was ampu lalcd below Ihe elbow and Ma son was admillecl lo Ihe bospila where his condition was term ed fair Friday The injured man resides a 403 West Fifteenlh Mason was unable to give detailed or coherent account o he accident when he arrived a Lhe 16 French Justice Minister Fra cois Mitterrand escaped an a sassin today as he fled across park from a hail of belongs to tl small group of nonCommuni leftist who are outspokenly o posed to President Charles D Gaulle and also strongly critic of the rightwing colonials NEW YORK MAYOR 4SKS TOUGH CRIME CODE NEW layor Robert Wagner wants ew state laws to quell youth ime in New York Wagner has revealed his an ijuvenile delinquency pro ram and said il represenls Ihe oinl findings and recommcnda ons of New Yorks five dis ricl the police de Ihe cily adminislra ors the youth and he citys corporation Among the suggesled laws Lower Ihe age of proseculion or major crimes from the cur enl 16 lo License all dealers in rifles nd shotguns and require them o keep proper records of all heir A punishable offense for any ne under 21 lo possess in pub Ways Is Ready For Hearing In School Dispute Corsicana law ycr representing Ihe Blooming Grove Independenl School Dis trict In a suit againsl Ihe Cor sicana Independent School Dis said Thursday Ihe plaint ffs have received an answei iled by the who recently unclerwen surgery in a Dallas saic IB was ready for the hearing which will be tried before Dis Judge Stout of Wnx Districl Judge Jamefc Sewell of Corsicana disqual fled The Blooming Grove dislrlc Is seeking lo have a decision o Ihe school board clisal County trustees sustained a pelilion to have an area of abou 17square miles of the old Em nouse Independent School Dis now a part of Ihe Bloom ing Grove annexed Ic the Corsicana on re quest of the residents of th particular Summit Parley Changes Dates 16 Th prospect of EastWesl summ talks in early December ha caused Chancellor Konrad Ade nauer lo hurry up his planne visit to London laler lhal monll British sources said West Germanys leader now i expected here In late Novembc It was reported unofficially i Bonn the week of 30 ha been discussed as a likely time Afterward Italian Premier Al tonio Segni will come to Lon don for conferences with Brills Prime Minister Harold Ma millan envisages his talks wit both Adenauer and Scgnl part of a pattern of consulta tions to prepare for the summ c a knife or sharppointed or ulling Illegal possession of a weapon y one or more members of an nlnwfully assembled group be considered illegal pos ession by all members of the Carrying of an loaded istol or revolver would hc omc a Under present aw it is a felony only if the islor or revolver is Illegal possession of weapons y two or more persons in a lUblic group would be prcsump Soe NEW Page 2 Polio Continues Drop But Still High 16 Mic number of paralytic polio jascs reported last week drop led to the Public Health Service said That was 50 less than in the veck ended 2 and 103 few er lhan Ihe 332 in Ihe peak which came in mid There were paralytic cases reported the states be 1 and com pared with in the 40 cor esponding 1958 In first year Salk polio vaccine lecame there were cases in the first 40 Domestic demand for Salk vaccine has begun to the Health Service Ship nenls lo communities by inanfacturcrs during Ihe week ended 9 fell to the flrsl lime Ihe weekly had dropped below a mil ion since last There were 320 cases of all types of polio listed by the rc porling which compared with in the corresponding 1958 Bui in Ihe 1958 week Lhere were only 158 paralylic cases ns compared lo the 229 this From 1 through 9 Iherc had been polio cases compared wilh In Ihe similar 1958 U AW Will Seek Shorter Week ATLANTIC 16 Uniled Auto Work ers convention today made a progressive reduction of the 40 hour work week one of its ma jor goals in the aircraft and farm implement After an overall collecllvn bargaining program the convention adjourned its eightclay session this afler The delegates will meet in a special session in the spring of 1901 to spoil out in detail specific demands lo be made in Ihe next round of ma jor negotiations In the auto in Approximately 40 citizens turned out Thursday night for Ihe public hearing conducted by the City Planning and Zoning Commission on the proposed new zoning The hear ing was held in Ihe county court room at the courthouse Chairman Elliott Middlelon pre The purpose of zoning was briefly and adequately summar ized by Homer who along with Robert Hollin of Dallas consulting engineer and consulting city planner rcspec has beep employed by he city to draw up a compre hensive plan for Protect Property II zoning is a means of pro tecting your property against abuses others may Ho mrr His summary was given aftet several persons in the audience had arisen to ask specific ques tions concerning themselves and their desire to prevent a busi ness being buill nexl door lo their or in the case of owners of quality larger homes NEW 16 The Columbia Broadcast ing System today announced thai it is eliminating all quiz shows on its television CBS president Frank Stanton made the announcement in a speech prepared for the Radio Television News Directors meeting In the light of Ihe recenl con gressional revelations of fixed TV quiz Stanton said We are now convinced thai games whose major appeal is the by contestants of largo sums of money or lavishly ex pensive prizes ought not to be carried on the CBS Television The dangers Inherent in such as presently have been highlighted for nil to and we do not believe thai any system of public or how ever carefully can plug up nil the possibilities for hanky panky in the production of the I can therefore say lhal the Columbia Broadcasting System will no longer permit Us not vork facilities to he used foi See Page 10 having an apartment house or business located near them which would depreciate their Chairman Middleton explained that the planning and zoning commission ilsclf makes no laws and spends no city It recommendations to the City Commission which may either accept or reject and if persons involved dissent with the citys they have the right to appeal to a board of He further explain ed that the city had employed See Page Girl Mutilated In Farm Mishap Dies Suddenly SALT LAKE Id P Scalping victim Christln laycs died The 12yearold Eastern1 Idah girl Monday whei icr pu ail hairdo was cnugh n a 10 digging Onl small hcarlshapoi nilch was on he P d off wilh Ihe seal were lu lids o rig skii ilong jawbone and Only ursclay cloclors lold o low slip was progressing ifler a hour operation Mon day ni at the LnttcrDn Saints i ispital They sal both 1 morale and physica were A sf icsmnn for Ihe hospil Horn she possibly cliotl fron lienrl failure clue to An other possibility could hav been brain The girls relapse was sudde in Ihe early morning th Sre Page 12 M Brackeiville Murder Hearing Oct 6 Sheriff John Sliced newsmen and other spec Inters today from prelim nary hearing for the accuscc slayer of actress LeJean Eth Douglas Newtoi lad said in advance Hint h voutcl ask Justice of Peace Al erl Poslell lo conduct a closet leaping fop Chester Harve charged with murdc n the As proceedings appeared abou o slart at Sherlf John Sheecly shut tho door an old reporters and photograph ers they could not II is closed on the justice o he peaces Sliced Doesnt the justice of U peace know hes oul of line Sec Page 3 Winds Subside At Los Angeles LOS 16 Firefighters got a break in U weather today ns they sougl hull a hungry brush fire cl valuable wntershe above Los Angeles foolh Winds Things looking mo favorablethan at nny time sine the fire started sa Dick Forest Ser information ice Threats to populated arrr fringing northern Los Angel wore believed barring u foreseen But tl flames raged unchecked to tl west nncl HEARD JffiJU Another Meet Of Negotiators Set Saturday 16 The stcelworkers union today made new strikesettlement pro isal to the The in istry said it would ho The union proposal was ad nced nt the first session of w direct under ken at government This meeting broke up after bout an hour and 45 Withhold Details David union1 confirmed at that time eports of n now union pro He declined to give its The negotiators will meet ain at Satur Conrad chief indus said that mean mo the union proposal would e Both Cooper are ncleavoring to reach an agree lent to settle this issue by col 21Cent Pnckngo Although McDonald would not ive wellplaced sources aid that tho union offer was or a 21cent per hour package ver a twoyear contract It would provide for inoreasI cl pension and supple ncntury unemployment See Pago 2 Metal Shortage May Shut Down Eeneral Motors ral Motors may have to quit building cars by 1 ausse of a lack of Sixty housand GM employes have been laid off so far In progres sive Tho corporation has made no olficial announcement on n quitting A spokesman to day said tho statement of three weeks ago by President John GM will build cars through still This appears to be the sltuaI lion ns reported mainly by in dustry sources biggest car build er In the corporation and usual ly the lending producer in the employes Idle by this One assembly nt quits A nt goes clown Tues All parts manufacturing planls cither closed or working I reduced Will build every possible car but probably will have to stop ahead of nny other possibly even be fore Pontiac second lar gest producer in the corporaj Working till last possible mo ment and will drain supply tines Probably can make See SHUT 12 Castro Mouths New Threats If Sugar Protests Planes Sales 16 The United Slates has protested against Britains plans to sell outmoded jet fighters to the Cuban Air Prime Minister Fidel Castros government is dickering with the British for at least 15 Hawker Hunter fighters to modernize his air Castro has proposed swapping 15 pro pellerdriven British Sea Fury fighters for Some diplomatic reports claim the Cubans also are interested in buying a second batch of In objecting to the State Department diplomats are un derstood to have contended such deliveries will add tension to the Caribbean area at a time when anxieties appear to be British and American officials are reported discussing the problem in keeping with an would carefully check arms ship ment Into the Caribbean Castro is reported to have stressed he wants the jets for defensive purposes not for any military action against the regime of his Caribbean Rafael Trujillo of Ihe Dominican Bolh Cuba and Ihe Dominican Republic have succeeded In buy ing infantry weapons from West European countries In recent months at a time when the United Stales has banned al such American Cuba is reported to have bought about modern Belgian plus several mil lion rounds of The hardpressed Dominican govern ment has purchased smaller quantities of weapons from Italy and See Page 2 earlier understanding that they See Page 3 16 Prime Minister Fidel Castro told a television audience Thurs day night thai if Ihe Unilcd Slales acts against Cubas sugar sales we will take the neces sary Castro said Cuba has nol ycl received a nole from Ihe State Departmenl reported to reiterate thai prompt and adequate pay ment should be made for Amer icanowned land seized under Cubas land reform There have been unconfirmed reports lhal the nole mentioned Ihe possibilily of Ihe Con gress revising the sugar quota under which Cuba has been gelling a guaranleed markel for half or more of Us sugar crop at domestic This Is for above the world price at See Page 12 New Chessman Appeal Filed attorney for Caryl Chess convicted Los Angeles lov ers Lane today pelitioned Supreme Court Justice Doug las to bar Chessmans scheduled execution next George San Fran cisco in a pelilion re qucsled n slay lo enable Chess man lo file in Ihe Supreme Court a new appeal which he said is now being Davis also asked that Doug las extend to IS the time for filing the new Un der court the appeal would ordinarily have to bu fil ed by The move here Is one of Iwo under way lo save Ihe 38yoar old convictauthor from San Quentlns gas A clemency request is before Edmund Brown of Cal At the close of a hear ing Thursday on the gover nor said Thats and Ill do lol of There wax no indicalion when Douglas would acl on Ihe peti lion filed Brown has announced that he will before Monday his decision on the request for Davis flew here with his pe lition after attending Thurs days hearing before In the new Davis hessman will ccord of proceedings in Chess mans trial in 1918 were not Ihe peered roccnt y considered by Ihe California Supreme Court is not a true of what took place at and witnesses on be half of Chessman can uphold said Chess mans contention in the appeal will be thai aclions and rulings of the trial judge mow doccas ecl and the conduct of pro ceedings by Deputy District At lorncy Miller Levy coupled wilh the nbsoulto inability to reproduce a record of the trial resulted in a con viction and sentence of death ill violation of thc3 clue process of law guaranteed by the The request filed today rep resented the 10th time that mo tions and other applications have been presonlod in the Supreme Court clerks office on behnlf of Since his 1948 he has been grunted sevun Davis brought with him a first draft of tho planned new It ran 213 typewritten plus n 30page Brown opposes capital punish And he sake of the sche duled execution of the 38year old convictauthor a week from today as that Roman But tho governor gave no hint whether hell commute the clealh senlnnce lo life behind bars without hope of parole Uil Chessman die In Ihe Snn Quenlin gas Brown said lit1 would announce his decision before Noting Chessmans 11 12 years in death he Im go ing to make ruling one way or another and then Im in a letter last demanded vindication or His I pleaded for a Chessman was convicted in 1918 as a Los Angoles Lovers Lane bandit who forced two girls into acts of sexual deprav He gol the death penalty on two counts of kidnaping for robhery with bodily Brown made It clear at Ihe outset hes convinced Chessman committed those Chess Page IS   

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