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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - October 17, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHEB LOCAL to partly clou dy through Cooler Saturday Thermometer Headings 8 9 10 11 12 II 2 59 64 67 68 69 70 I 71 Complete Weather Report on Market tht Daily Sun and SemtWeiMy Mornintf 114 LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESSAP TELEMATS PAGES MARKETS AT A GLANCE Most Securities and Commodities Market Are Closed on PRICE FIVE CENTS ft r 3F ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft V T r 1 DEFENSE DEPARTMENT SKEPTICAL Brooks Says Landed Near Hawaii IT MV officials Defense department were skeptical today about re ports that the Russians have hurled Intercontinental Range Missiles into the Pacific But there was no doubt that the Soviets can do so with the ranges of at least miles their missiles Overton Brooks chairman of the House Space Committee said yesterday that the Russians have launched powerful missiles from a base near Moscow eastward PLANE is all that re Siberia into the Pacific Of a United States Overseas Airlines plane which crashed in a small lake near Jack It was loaded with freight for the Typhoon By TATE1SHI 17 Charlotte left 28 known dead and damage on Okinawa today and churned northeast ward toward No deaths were reported among Americans on the big island bastion but Okinawa was still without telephone and The island was lashed by 90 to 150 winds Friday military sources said dam age was relatively parti cularly to buildings and military which have been put on an emergency Okinawa police said the major loss of life was caused by land one of which killed 20 persons at Ogimi Village in Leaves Death Okinawa World Mourns Marshall he the German west of Recall Statement Pentagon officials did not take direct issue with But they recalled a recent statement by Herbert defense director of re search and that accepted as a fact that Russians have long ranging in a recent news con ference said the Russians had nnnriucted most of their known i as lie tests over a land rangel crease in West and t fans from the eastern American money and technical rt of the to the knowhow almost by accident Arms Navy at Both engines failed Northern shortly after the takeoff from Jacksonville Nav Donald al Air Pilot and copilot were hurt but Higii Commissioner on Oki their conditions are AP Wirephoto issued a statement of condolence to the Oklnawan families who lost their kin and suffered injuries in the storm that brought flash floods to the At least 20 American families were evacuated from the low Awase area to Making Rises By HERB Armsmaking is on the in lying STATESMAN AND SOLDIER DIES AT 78 Famous Plan Beneficiaries Sound Praises By The Associated Pross 17 K World leaders paid tribute Satur day to George who guided Americas armed created the postwar Marshall plan1 to safeguard free nations against Marshalls death Friday at Walter Reed Army Hospital brought expressions of sorrow over the capitals of CONFERENCE NIGHT THIS MONTH EastWest Summit Date Would Be Set co northeasternmost area of Si York that this are giving it a big Just how far it will go over land though falling mains to be govern fi hat short of a full Inment officials say they tenlal WW the to permit testing of RUBInterest and some tu are most powerful Cant Prevent ckets York emphasized that The Defense Ministry says it the range of a missile has no desire to see a major varying mque Brooks relatively simple techarms industry grow up again in Germany but adds it cant said in an interview do anything to prevent Ameri vesterday that recent hearings cans from spending their money of his committee revealed that where how they the Russians have fired inter continental missiles from near trialists agree that Moscow or miles into ing is not the major concern of the American investors 1 Had Been Known a German official He declined to elaborate but who can say where arms pro firings had been duction begins and officials for the The statement came from Ru Brooks also dolf director of the declined to say how the firings stock market division of the in j fl4 I J 1 had been detected saying that was classified information fluential German He and American experts The Unied Sates has on there are three major fac operational status the tors tne everincreasing flow ful 85 foot fired successOf TRA NAMES CORSICANAN JOE PRESIDENT 17 Authoritative informants said By RAYMOND PALMER iff Britain owes a monument to George a newspaper headline declared baturciay President Eisenhower MS prepared to meet the govern The words expressed the feelment chiefs of France ings of millions of Britons who anri Joined the rest of the free Germany at a con in mouring the death of Ameriference in Europe around the cas end of Twice in our said Summit Talk the London Daily the new A date for an EastWest sum meeting would be settledTt of tho old and each time the inthat strument of recovery was Wise In French Marshal Al phonse Juin said of Marshall He not only was a g soldier but also in the years lowing the second World War victory a shrewd and wise states and author of the gener ous plan which was precious known his r these informants reportedly made views in letters Kon Ian The European If all to would prob 3 In but help to the nations of Western In Ac rope impoverished by the to th reported time table a summit conference of a h sible men indicated next late Saturday dollars into German by Air Force combat industry Americans want to get a fullv troops from Vandenberg Air Force base in California last firm foothold In the European It was aimed at a particularly get area miles away the area of Wake n See Page 5 Mother Kills Wounds Two Others mother stabbed her 4yearold son to death in the kitchen wounded says Ger before the sixnation common market erects a form idable tariff wall against Amer ican American investors estimate their money can go further where production particu larly are cheaper than at Americans feel that West Germany is going to grow more and more important as an arms producer and that profit is to be had in the But the latter point is sentially byproduct of Joe prominent oil operator and civic Fri day waa elected president of the Trinity River Authority suc ceeding Carpenter of He thus becomes the second president of the or ganization which waa created in 1955 by an act of the legisla Friday marked a milestone for the TRA as it dedicated its new 712 million dollar Cen tral Service Sewage System midway between Grand Prairie and Irving which will serve in addition to those two cities Farmers Branch and Praise Carpenter In accepting the presidency of the Authority to which he was appointed to a six year term by Allen Butler lauded Carpenter for the yeoman work he had performed and the keen leadership he has displayed in the organizations formative I feet very humble in follow ing such a man as Ben Car penter of He has been a godsend for this body and to this entire region of Tex He is dedicated to the work of this Butler said here Saturday in an inter view in his es the two other then closed the windows and turned on the police Officers found Beth Mac Aircraft Leads American officials point out that the major area of in vestment in the field of defense conscious and hyproductjon has been sitting In the On the floor was the body of her son He had been etabbed in the back four in the heart once with an 8inch carving Eighteenmonthold Scott Mac Donald lay under his kitchen He had been stabbed sev eral times but was listed in sat isfactory condition later at a Police Chief Robert Triano said MacDonalds eldest eon returned from school and walked into the His mother Youre next and nicked him slightly with the He fled to the home of a who called money is going chiefly into the building of wholly own ed subsidiary plants rather than In purchase of shares in Ger man The Chamber of Com merce office in West Berlin ports there are now about See Page 3 genan By DAVID MASON 17 Charles De Gaulle and Algerian Kitchen Knife Used Surgery 17 doctor used a kitchen knife for emergency chest surgery to save a mans Percy is progress ing satisfactorily at Methodist He suffered a heart attack yesterday while being ex amined by William Wal who said the man appear ed to have The physician failed to re vive hiia by mouthtomouth then took a kltch en opened the chest cavi ty and massaged the heart for more than an hour until Knight could be removed to the hos Situation At President Butlers TRA could be the tiny Izu Is by lands off Central 200 many of GKORGE MARSHALL Admitted Killer Of Parents Juin referred to the Marshall government chiefs of United Britain the and France with Soviet Premier Niktta Khrushchev likely would be held at Geneva West German countrymen as laws to create the office oC miles southeast of They chairman of the executive that H mittee to which the newly was years18th named president appointed penter to retain the benefit of bis intimate knowledge of all affairs of the In dedicating the new 712 million dollar central sewage treatment plant Presi dent Butler said he felt the TRA is making real progress toward carrying out another re sponsibility handed it in work ing toward the elimination of stream pollution of the Trinity See center winds 5 Revered Three Presidents KANSAS ruman and Eisenhower have I done A i v j i Dlano revered his awesome abllU as a statesman and He led the gigantic war ma chine of the United States as Army Chief of Staff throughout World War Then in the eve See Page 8 Expects Approval Speaking on a subject closer ed in Waxahachle and held in to home and the interest of Dallas County jail Saturday Corsicana and Navarro after the FBI charged him with President Butler expressed Cashier Jailed On Charges 0 Embezzlement Killed On Navarro Roads In September 17 assistant cashier at the Long view National Bank was arrest Fiftyfour rural traffic accU See Page 5 Try To Force Nan To Spy 17 UP I i i Curtis agentincharge werc investigated in the raiana arca Sctcm of the Dallas FBI said T Woodrow Wilson bcr In Render admitted taking to from Routine Check son and cording Property damage was rcport The FBI said an investigation in 36 15 personal began with a routine check of inJur cases and three fatal ac bank records 6 and turned IA i 4 u i up a shortage of Agents LIJL The United States charged damage Soviet flve ears and was day that unidentified authorities seized the chief j from security officer of the Em bassy in Moscow Friday and A total of in property was 28 per in the 15 injury to married and an em ploye of the bank since casca and three were This is a decrease of seven i tried to force him to spy or hifl The com plaint was signed Friday by Commissioner Joe Huffstut xahachie lhe sflme pcrlofl Iast vear the United The department said threats of violence and offers of money were made in an effort to force him to act as a Soviet The S to the Sovi 613 Arrests The patrol in these four coun ties made 613 arrests for the Russell re ler of Tyler violations 5 Sheppey was brought by FBI 321 improper passing agents to Dallas and arraigned1 ldc 20 de fechve equipment 31 all other violations The accidents by counties fatal accident personal injury property dam damage Embassy protested before Commissioner Mad lot foreign ministry dcn Held In lieu of yesterday The Soviet Shippey made no state1 government ordered the Tellers Drawer moved from Russia on grounds The complaint charges Shippey that he had engaged in cash from his tellers nage against the Soviet Page Ellis The United States rejected the Soviet accusation against Lan but the state department said he and his family will leave Moscow An order for ouster of a dip lomat by the host nation has to be obeyed by bis home gov ernment under normal diploma tic MacDonald offered no rebel leader Ferhat Abbas have resistance when officers arrivclearly moved closer on the is She said she wanted to kill sue of ending the Algerian in all three then take Important differences still re But some diplomatic own She gave no Chief Triano She was taken to the state quarters feel these can be set hospital at Middletown for routine This has given rise to re ports that negotiations of are now Police prepared a warrant ficial or unofficial charging her with murder and in aggravated Under norDespite De Gaulles dramatic mal such a waroffer of selfdetermination for rant is wtihheld pending the the vast North African outcome of the mental examinathe rebels stil insist on formally negotiating the political condi The Edward Macltions of a was at his job at France Opposes local manufacturing company when the stabbings Prance opposes saying it will talk politics only with e lected representatives once peace is restored in Speculation on negotiations has been heightened by the hurried trips of French and Arab diplomats on the Paris TunisRabat premier of the rebel has been in close touch with President Habib Bourguiba of Tunisia and King Mohammed V of Morocco both moderates who have close contacts with Frances Western Allies have also been discreetly passing on anything that comes their way from the Algerian Secrecy is dictated by several De Gaulle faces delicate problems involving French pub lic a restive arrnv and the volatile European settlers of Brightens who want Algeria joint ed firmly to Chest Nudqes Halfway Mark The Community Chest cam paign moved up Saturday to fatal property one person In jured and property dam had one death injured damage Freestone had age In five Henderson had 10 Injured and property damage in nine property damage Hill eight injured and property damage in seven acci within a friction of I Limestone had two hurt n being half way toward the property damage accidents 000 Latest tabulations onnnd the cash gifts and pledges amounted to or per cent of the This allowed the Red Feath sustained parents funeral still she jail In was escorted back to neighboring Johnson Diane has admitted poisoning her and Wil liam at their home in suburban Prairie She served them a grape drink laced with roach Her a 43yearold In vestment had threat ened to kill she and I thought I would kill him But pas tor of the Village Presbyterian said at the service that Diane had spoken in a confused of Plan which strengthened the free nations of the West with massive economic aid from Am Results of the assistance are evident throughout Europe the Where once there was government nor the rubble from office bassv would go beyond their blocks and apartment buildings confilmation of the fact that thrust toward the Adenauer received a letter from Where despair and poverty Eisenhower familiar with the the comforts of a good life that a money in the second trip to Europe for Els Bold Combinations enhower within two months ia The Dally Mall said the form tne eign aid program was one of The American who the boldest combinations Of frequently has said ho would go anywhere on earth In the cause of traveled to Lon don and Paris at the end of August for a round of talks prior to the arrival of Khru shchev In the United Expected To Agree Khrushchev has said he wants an EastWest conference to be held before the end of the year and Western officials said they thought the Soviet leader would to any date for today the corn See Page 5 Texas Demos Await Truman Speech Tonight By CLAYTON IUCKERSON 17 Harry in Texas to drum up support for the faced schedule here Saturday with suite of mind nciu wnu He spoke of her disturbed jn a tvPical Mnll annnnU Dem Adenauer said today the com summit talks should serve with na an test of whether mind and ill nur uiaiuruuLi i1 TT hrart Thp cirl Glvc Em Hel1 speech l j nt I irii i The former sadJourr Union wants a Broup of German ucomin round V r The former president sadJournalists the upcoming round been treated by psychiatrL International believed to be u Jf ff ff m mf r I K t 1 I The pastor called the deaths Natlons tragic but said Kxpectod More tragic is the unsympa Democratic party leaders cx thetic and uncharitable and UP to persons to be present at Dallas memorial auditorium for the Truman Rally After a press conference Fri See Pago 5 Presidoitf Lauds Girls 17 President Eisenhower says the nations newspaper and girls strengthen two of llcaPed congressional lead Typhoid Case Spurs Shots Truman told a he would have plenty to say at tonights rally about the1 As a result of a typhoid during the case pre Nationul Dcmocrntlc Butler hag e nur cherished traditions The frnrriom of the American ThosB leaders House speaker and the opportunities American In a statement issued Friday in connection with National Sam wi th Rayburn and Lyndon Johnson D will ho on the platform Truman Rayburn sicanaNavarro Health Depart ment had an Influx of people coming In Friday for typhoid ihoLs nt the weekly immuniza tion Fiftytwo persons re ceived the typhoid immuniza An equal number 52 receiv ed Salk antipolio shots 20 were vaccinated Newspaper the inst small told tho newspaper carriers With your our news Jorlty who will Intro ducc the former papers are swiftly distributed ruman was In top form to the homes and working day when he arrived here L of our With your Plnnc flom Kansas Phthorla lhe 55 59 were by Ha earnings and you arc better able to prepare your for careers of bouncecl NO ONE ASKS 17 CDCalif selves 7 am delighted to wish you through a twohour stopover with a forenoon press and a lunch ht conslder seekl rends and party Democratlc nomination Friday night in Jdonfc 80meone Would ask See Pago 5 or barometer posted on the Sun A French Senator narrowly north side of the Daily escaped assassination in Paris building to be painted on up to the 50 per cent mark since the PiOgress hoard is calibrated ln In Alunils 1U this A member of the of Denutios 01 jjepuuis that French extremists geria had sent killers NEW 7 UP M Spain to wipe out a moderate policy in from s of a halfwa campaign re mark on the other hand must maintain unity with rebel guerrillas and some members of am Honeat programs taking the rap because there Acj have been phoney vance Gifts lne reacting Friday had completed 74 per cent of of Walt independent their quota bringing in gifts of producer of The Big The Employes Gifts one of the television quiz shows Division had reached per to be dropped by the Columbia his provisional Cabinet who TK L Rrnartraql ntr In fhP wakr of its quota with contnbuBroadcasting System In the wake want to fight to the end for in amountPf disclosures that some top TV Tha Q Special quizzes were The possibility of a new UmtQifts Division had acnicvcd Framers statement followed Nations Assembly debate on5og fop 2 4 pef cent Qf iu fla announccment in New Orleans tions collected in the of and the ed Nations Assembly debate on Algeria is maintaining pres sure on both the French and rebels to come to Both Abbas and De Gaulle signed by CBS president Frank Stanton See The next progress report that his network is eliminating breakfast will be Tuesday at all TV shows involving awards in the Navarro Hotel of hig money or expensive Page fl Cactus Stanton Identified the shows to be canceled as The Big Pay Top and Name That Since last year abandoned CBS The has 000 The and For Love or An NBC spokesman said Fri day that NBC had no comment on tho Stanton made before H meeting of radio and TV news No ABC The American Broadcasting said it had no shows in the quiz It said its audi ence participation shows consist ed of music and The House Investigating Sub which has been con centrating on NBCs Twenty One and other NBC quiz pro grams no longer on the is in recess until Charles Van Columbia University English instructor and winner of on ia under subpoena to when hearings are re Van Doren has said he was not coached on the Twenty One The discontinued CBS Question and Challenge also will come under subcom mittee Ilcplaccmcnts Due In New CBS announced that Top Dollar and The Big PayOff would be replaced by reruns of filmed TV start ing The shows had ap peared during the day from Monday through Nothing was said immediately about replacement plans for Name That which gives as much as to a pair of contestants who can identify the music Harry the shows creator and said last night he did not con Sce Page 8   

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