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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - October 20, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHEB LOCAL Clear to partly clou dy with slowly rising temperatures through Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 I 2 59 66 72 74 75 Complete Weather Report on 76 77 Market HJHoBUBftht Mornina Uftht LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW ed selected issues Bonds governments improve mill CHICAGO WheatsHigher export Corn Higher farmer holding March top Cattle lower top 116 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS MOTHERS OF DEAD SCHOOL at Mercy Hospital in Ohio are the mothers the three school children who were killed at a bus stop when a speeding car plowed into Center is Arden mother of and Right is Jerry mother of Jane Left is Robert son of the owner of the trailer that runs the school bus for which the children were wait Paul of Columbus was the driver of the death AP Wirephoto Bond Is Set For Killer USW Battles Steel Strike Injunction ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ftft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Soviets Assail UN Debate On Tibe 29 UP the 22yearold driver of a stolen car that ram med into and killed three school children pleaded in nocent today to three charges of second degree manslaughter and one of auto an apprentice impassive as he look before Municipal Judge Dean He answered not guilty to each of the charges when asked for his The court set his bond at and bound him over to the Franklin county grand police had considered filing murder charges against the man because he was engaged in a the police car pursued station stolen from the state plowed into the children as they awaited a school Dead are Randy 7 his brother and Jane Janes sisler a fourlh child hit in the acci See Page 5 Sessions Given Finland Post Eisenhower today picked Edson now deputy postmaster to be ambassador to Eisenhower gave a recess A formal nomination will go to the Sen ale when Congress reconvenes in Sessions was named lo suc ceed John recent ly appointed ambassador to the Before entering government service in Sessions was vice president of the Ses sions City Traffic Record Worse Third Quarter added i second fatality for the year during the third and Ihe property damage for 113 accidenls during the threemonth period ran al most as much as that register ed from all accidents in the first half of the The third quarter traffic in ventory compiled by Bill Rags police department records showed furlher lhal the 113 accidents during Aug ust and September represented a 20 per cent increase over the same period in Property damage was esti mated al compared to from 167 accidents See Page 11 Thief Admits Raping Child 20 UP A car thief who was released from Atlanla federal penilentiary only five days ago Monday pleaded guilty to raping an 8yearold Troy girl Sunday 30yearold Ronald Lee Wolfe of admitled in a signed statement he lured the child into a slolen convert ible with a promise of Troy county authorities moved quickly after Wolfe was corner ed in a deadend streel in Han nibal Wolfe appeared before magis Irale Owen pleadec guilty to a charge of rape anc was ordered held without bond Wolfes trial was set for 14 ASSEMBLY TOLD CLAIMS ARE FABLES Move Sponsors Insist Action Vital To World UNITED Soviet Union today accused the sponsors of UN debate on Tibet of a clum sy maneuver to bring the world organization back to the dark days of the cold Vasily Soviet Deputy Foreign told the S2natlon General Assembly charges of Chinese Communist oppression in Tibet were mali cious and nonsenical fables in vented by cerlain reaclionary emigranls from Insist On Action Kuznetsov spoke after repres entatives of Ireland and Malaya had insisted the UN must acl on the Tibet problem even if it means an aggravation of the cold The Soviet delegate charged that Ireland and Malaya were acting on behalf of aggressive circles which are not interested n easing world He called the UN debate a shame ful farce and declared that any action by the Assembly would be regarded by the Soviet Un on as Speech Milder Although KuzneLsov repeated Soviet charges that Western circles were carrying on expand ed military and subversive acti See Page 11 Marshall Is Truman Says PETITION AT PITTSBURGH Johnson Campaign Irks Texas GOP To Head Annual OJV CUBA STRANGULATION led Cross Push Red Cross directors and serv ce committee chairmen were advised at the quarterly board neeting Monday thai Glen Coca Cola company manager and civic has accepled Ihe posilion 1960 und campaign The news was announced by Chapler Chairman Phil Wiede nmnn who observed that the ommillee charged wilh Ihe re iponsibility and headed by jOuis Gibson had done a fine ob in selecling such an excel enl leader to head the next und Thompson was iresent for Ihe announcement Tyler Conference Chairman Wiedemann an nounced lhal the third annual Texas Stale Red Cross Confer ence will be held 6 and 7 n Tyler and he expressed the lope that the local chapter Current Chest Campaign Total Over Half Mark Campaign contribulions ol were in hand Tuesday either in cash or in pledges to be paid out over a stipulated period of in the Commun ity Chest fund Breakfast Keport At a breakfast report meeting for four latest contribution reports brought the total up to or per cent of the Following the progress evalua tion by the Special Employes and General Gifts di visions at the Navarro Hotel the Womens Residential Divi sion held a coffee checkup ses sion at Kinsloe Women Report At their the women volunteers turned in an addi tiona which represented per cent of the divisions quota of Leading the imens solicilation program Ihis year are Burney Bob koff and Bob Wheelock At the Jay Silver chairman of Advance Gifts referred to the units progress chart on display which showed lhat four leams have done real well in getting out an working their cards for a good total work completion record and likewise they had attainec See Page 7 k Widow Tries To Erase Family despondent and bitter widow of a Peruvian diplomat admitled to police Monday nighl that she killed five children by giving them a potent concoc tion of 74 sleeping sugar and orange juice under the pre tense it was a cough The only regret I have is that I didnt 41yearold Rulh Mae Urdanivia told auth orilies She also drank some of the cut her wrists and lurned on gas jels in efforts to take her own Theyre better off now with their Urdanivia They wont have to live in a pig sty or eat inferior Im tired of No one helps a In a statement to Lehigh Coun ty Paul McGin the lightbrown haired widow said lhat she had been planning to kill the chil dren and herseif ever since her died of a heart atiack two years ago in San Francisco while en route to a diplomatic mission In Tok I juM couldnt makt Urdanivia told Mc in unfolding the bizarre tale which finally reached its climax last On that Urdan ivia she went to the home of her William and picked up Iwo of her and Car ol They had been staying with their uncle and aunt since Ur danivia told her brother and his wife thai she wanted to take the children for a physical She had been living in Allentown since the death of her That about Urdanivia she look 100 sleeping lablets nidar and mixed them with sugar and wa She told Miriam and the other Ruth and Anna Ma to take them for their The children complained that it was loo Urdan ivia then added orange She had crushed the tablels into powder with a heavy drink ing allocating 22 to Chris 13 to each of the other four children and 26 for her The family then went to bed Urdanivia slept until Mon day when she awakened and started toward the She passed the bedroom of Caro Miriam and noticed her lying her face She knew the child was Urdan ivia explained to anc suddenly everything she hac done came back to Aware lhat all of Ihe children were Urdanivia salt she Ihen broke a drinking glass and cut her wrists in an effor to end her own When this was unsuccessful she lurned on gas Later after realizing the gas migh harm olher occupants of Ihe aparlmenl in which she lived she turned Ihe jets then The owner of the building Robert who run a business establishment on the firsl smelled Ihe g and began H found Ihe door lo Urdan ivias aparlmenl open and dis covered Ihe Police wen See Page 11 HEARING ON lien Thompson CASTRO DENIES WORRIES 20 fP Prime Minister Fidel Castro declared Monday night that the threat of economic strangulation from broad is the least of Cubas Striking again at one of ills avorite the United Castro said that if Am prica reduces its Cuban sugar this nation will seek other foreign In a speech to the Cuban bank Lopez Mateos Is Pleased With Good Will Trip MEXICO 20 President Adolfo Lopez Mateos returned to his normal duties would have Those who should notify the good representa can attend chapter no ater than 26 in order that proper reservations may be Newly appointed Disastei Halsey advised the board he has been busy workingon the reorganization of the committee and the group will revise its disaster plan as rapidly as possible following re constitution of the In reporting on water safelj Herb Johnson See RED Page 7 Lawyers Will Stand Noise To Gain Elevator Members of Corsicanas lega profession are expected to be lit by mixed emotions for the next several Most of them have cases on the docket in county and dis trict but the noise being made in the courthouse by air hammers involved in the instal lation of an elevator makes court procedures quite difficult Most of them want their cases but apparently they wan an elevator just as pos sibly even County Judge Kenneth Doug las reported Monday that sever al lawyers with cases on the docket have agreed to pass them week by week until the noise runs its He said the lawyers had been more than cooperative In the District Judge James Sew ell said he understood that some lawyers had agreed to pass their cases but that the problem would have to be faced on a week to week He pointed out that nex week is criminal week and that criminal cases would not be passed because of Wel just have to face those problems See Page 5 today with the conviction crusade of good north of the Rio Grande was success We have secured the bonds of cordial friendship with the governments and people of tht United States and he told thousands cheering him in nt of the National Palaci shortly after his return lat During the ten days he was Lopez Mateos had beel given warm welcomes in Wash New Ot union Castro also Complained of opposition o his buying jet fighters from Britain Reopened his attacks on sec ions of the foreign and domestic jress Lashed out at Dominican Re public Dictator Rafael Trujillo And once again cited the pos sibility of being aslro said that if he is we have good reserves to take over the He mcn his brother sworn n earlier in the day as head of he new ministry of armed and Ernesto Che Gue a leader of the extreme antiAmerican wing of 2astros The speech contrasted sharp with the warm welcome the prime minister gave earlier to American society of travel holding its annual con vention He urged the group to forget political propaganda and go all out to promote tour ism in in welcome home tawa and But his Newsmen esti mated he was greeted by half million The his arms out Firetched in stood hat ess In his open car despite a light rain as it moved through the plaza to the He appeared shortly after ward on a balcony and deliver ed an impromptu The chief executive was in terrupted by applause eleven times during less than 400 The first time was after his See LOPEZ Page Mother Kills Children 20 i 34yearold housewife lef her two small daughters in a home freezer to die Monrtaj and then hanged herself in he Police said Joan Anton placed the pajamaclad Bar and 9 months inside the unused freezer in the basement just after her bus band a left fo Some time Anton hanged herself from a beam in thn Police said Anton had a history of monlal disturhanc and had become Increasing despondent recently after sev eral operations on her There arc two other children in the and who are staying with Antons sister for th school year In By DAVE CHEAVENS 20 CT Texas Republican leaders blasted the Johnson for President ampaign today saying that he Senate majority leader has ast his lot publicly with the Truman wing of the Democrat c The joint statement was made by State GOP Chairman Thad National Committee man Jack Bruce Algei Porter and Rep Texas conservatives should never forget that the Johnson orPresident ormally born campaign was in a sordid at See Page 11 Judge Hickman To Retire From Top Texas Court 20 Chief Justice John who been on the Texas Supreme Court longer than any other said today he is Associate Justice Robert Culvert said recently he woulcl be a candidate for chief justice should Hickman decide not to seek I just dont feel that when a judge gets my age he should be announcing for a new sixyear who is almost told an informal news con He made the brief an nouncement then spent most of the time reminiscing of his long years of I dont know what Ill do The See Page 5 France Given Finance Bill 20 government today presented Its longawaited fiscal reform bill in the National The bill is aimed at streamlin ing tax collection equalizing the burden and thwarting the efforts of tax Its main provisions are the replacement of two current forms of Income tax by a single the reduction of inheritance rights paid by those in direct line of and increas ed penalties for V a 1 e r y Giscard secretary of state for said one effect of the bill will be to reduce the taxes paid by wage earners by 9 to 10 per while increasing the taxa tion of by 4 to 5 per nosphere designed to curry fa vor with the TrumanADA the statement said It referred to the official aunching of a statewide cam paign for Lyndon Johnson by Speaker Sam Ray who said he hopes it wit secome a nationwide movement at his home In fired right We do not expect Re publicans to vote with he Weare not trying to please Ho Is getting off the sumo kind of vnporlngs thnt wo have been hearing for a long Wo aro just wo aro not conservative or ADA Americans for Demo cratic Action We are just Is the firs open step to win the Democrat nomination for Rayburn See TEXAS Page 3 Suitor Refuses To Get License Despite Her Gun 20 An application for a marriag at the courthouse wen smoothly until Clerk Georg Ellcry asked the prospectiv bridegroom will you raise your rlgh hand and swear that the Infor mation In this license appllca tion is true T wont replied Roher Worrell of until she gels that gun out o her That touched off a commotioi ind Sheriff Edgar Startt woun up arresting Angcllne Sail of The reluctant 68yearold retired toll the sheriff Sailer had com to his house with a gun Mon day and forced him to accom 20 ormer President Harry Tru mn in an softvoiced ulogy to an old friend today ailed George Marshall lie greatest man of our Truman spoke reverently of is former Secretary of State nd of Defense in a talk filmed or television several hours be orc Marshalls He was the greatest general ince Robert Truman He was the greatest adminis rator since Thomas He was the man of the lan of the man of great st He was the greatest oj the Teat in our Truman who had just return d to his hotel from viewing Marshalls remains at Washing on closed on this ote I sincerely hope that when It the my time to cross great Marshall will See Page 5 Von Braun Fears Must Pay Soviet Missile Chief Retiring Early Von Braun said today that unless America steps up its space race I suspect we will have to pass Russian customs when we finally reach the Von chief scientist at the Armys Ballistic Missile Agency at pre dicled furlher We may expect to hear a Russian accented voice coming from an artificial inhabited Sat ellite roaming our American Speaking at a breakfast meet ing of the National of Food Von Braun said I do nol believe Ihe American people will accepl second Yet II is painfully clear lhal we are II is jusl as clear that the other fellow Russia is building up a momentum that 11 enable them to carry out even more astonishing experi menls Von Braun said he is convinced that it would definitely speed up our national space program if we could have a little more program and confi dence in our proved rocket and a lillle less official reevaluations and rejustifica As a he we are also making a fundamental mistake if we consider space business as nothing bul an exciling if silly race belween rival missile leams or a weight lifting contesl belween rocket engineers and The Communist challenge goes far beyond It extends across the entire spectrum of human II challenges See VON Page 7 NEW 20 UP John head of Ihe Army Ordnance Missile plans lo relire from active military service three years before mandatory relire rnent Medaris said he would retire effective 31 after 28 years of aclive duly and 10 in the Na tion Guard and Army The Armys mandatory retire ment age Is Medaris did not reveal his future An Army spokesman said Medaris had planned for some time to relire and lhal Inler service squabbles over space projects had not influenced his Medaris has spoken out against transfer from the Army to Ihe Air Force of all space Iransporlation See Page 7 pany her to Elkton to ge Youre going to marry me o Im going to kill he quole This Maryland is cily in northeaster famed for it School Appeal Case Set For Trial 28 The hearing on the Blooming Grove Independent School dls Corslcana School dis an appeal from a ruling of the Navarro County School Involving part of the Emhouse Is set In dis trict court here October Dana superintendent of said Tuesday he had received notification of this tentative District Judge Stout of Waxahachle will conduct the Involved in the litigation Is approximately 17 square miles of the former Emhouse district allocated to Corsicana on a peti tion by the county board several weeks There Is a possibility the case may be due to work being done at the court house Incident to the installation of an District Judge James Sewell disqualified himself to hear the case and requested Judge Stout to hear the quickie marriages but state requires a threeday wait ing Sailer was held In bond on a charge of carrying a concealed The sheriff See Page 8 Contain Fire At Los Angeles LOS 20 UP Firemen loday contained the brushfire which has charred 000 acres In mountains north of Los Full control is ex pected by Containment means they have stopped the spread of Ihe flames by hacking and bulldozing brush strips of ground around the 50 mile perimeter of the fire Full control will mean that the been widened cannot leap across and all hot spots around Ihe edge of the burn have been Two firefighters died fighting the weeklong which at one time threatened two sub urbs and a mountain commun bare strips have so that flames Probe Sub Damage 20 acting commander of Plymouth Naval Base said damage apparently In tentional lo a number of elec trical on the nuclear sub marine USS Naulllus has been discovered during the ships Carl Johnson said the Navy is conducting an in vestigatlon and the FBI has been In Ihe Navy said Ihe damage was first discovered and appears to be con fined to the electric system and does not extend to the nuclear reactor The worlds first atomlcpow ered vessel entered Portsmoulh shipyard July 28 for an exlen slve overhaul that was schedul ed to be completed late next The Navy suid It Is too early to tell whether the vessel wil cidents involving sabotage damage lo Ihe early out as of the shipyard as Further checks will be made for damage Johnsons comment came af ter the Portsmouth Herald suid It had learned of a series of in Legal Paper Of Government Injury Impending d government asked si District Court today for an Inl junction halting the 98day The United Steelworker Union petitioned the court tj deny an and a ing opened at Judge Herbert Sorg ed at the called to d tcrmine whether a restraining order should be Issued sendln the striking steelwork ers back to Cooling Period The TaftHartley Act pro vides that labor disputes m be terminated for an coolingoff period If the na tlonal welfare Is The governments petition sak continuation of the nationwide labor dispute would Imperil national health and On the other the petition filed by Ernest Nassar argued that the strlkd does not now endanger the na tions economy as interpreted under the TaftHartley Flown To Court Hubert Teltejl baum of Pittsburgh filed th bulky government was brought here by Qeorgil assistant attorney genl eral who flew from Washing See Page 7 Two Senators Feel Congress To Change Law 20 UP Two influential senators toda predicted Congress may act or national emergency legislation If the steel strike is not settled by next Mike Mansfield of Monl the assistant Senate DemoI cratlc and Kenneth Keating spoke of th Mansfield said In an Intervlov If steel workers go back od job under an injuction and walk out at the end of ari 80day cooling off Conl gress Is almost certain to act quickly after it returns in President Elsenhower Mondajl offered the Justice Department to seek a court Injunction unden the TaftHartley Act to halt thil strike for 80 The steell workers have said they woulcl obey such an injunction if oni is hut would walk oul again at the end of the 80 days Today the White House del cllned to say whether Elsenhowl er will ask for new legislation tc deal with such disputes as thq marathon steel At a news PresJ See Page 7 GIRL QUINTS ARE BORN Tl TEXASWONA1 SAN UP Quintuplet girls wer born to Charles Hannanl wife of an Air Force LieutenI The Nautilus is being over laulecl in the Portsmouth naval The newspaper said It earned the submarine has been plagued by a pattern of damage which raised suspicion of The Herald said the discovery over recent weeks of numerous pipes purposely brok en and cables cut would seriously endanger both the sub and her crew in operations Both FBI and Navy Intelli gence the Herald said it have been called into an A spokesman n fhe FBIs Boston office said lie could make no Unofficial sources according Lo the said there have been quite a few recent inci dents of damage to vital parts o the Nautilus and also a ser ies of fire aboard the sub The Herald quoted John son saying he couldnt dis close any thing thats going on right now but also said there is nothing to at CST today The babies arrived at threel minute Doctors salcl they were three months prel Attendants said all appeared to be breathing They wenl placed In One of the Infants weighed one pound and 2 Nq effort was made to weigh others Is the wlfJ of a lieutenant at Lackl land Air Force Base parents are from The Hannans have two both 2 and The Infants were delivered al thn Lackland Doctors said If the babies Hi they will be the first born the United Attendants said the was doing the told a reporter he was flabbergasted Thank heaven we wanteq he said with a wildered Xrays had disclosed only re See Pago 5   

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