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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - October 21, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL to partly clou dy and mild through Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 I 11 I 12 I I 2 61 67 74 75 76 77 I 78 Complets Weather Keporl on Markel fflHemtof the Daily Sun and SemiWwkly Morning MARKETS AT A GLAISCE NEW ed steels and rails governments dis tant months CHICAGO Higher increased little country selling poten tial export top to strong top LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESSAP TELEMATS 11 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS USW Will Appeal Steel Strike Orde Civilians To Operate Army Missile Agent QUINTS IN tiny girls In these incubators were being looked after by doctors at Lackland Air Force Base Hospital in San The quintuplets were born to and Charles The five were born premature and several hours after birth all of them had AP Wirephoto All Girl Quintuplets Die SAN 21 The last survivor of the toylike quintuplet girls born Tuesday to the wife of an Air Lieutenant died Then parents knew even before their births the five likely could not D died at CST today after doctors work ed constantly to save Air Force physicians revealed they told the and Charles Hannan before the births that survival was Both the parents were nearshock after the first deaths Tuesday within hours of their Baby D died less than 19 hours after my They were just like baby half sobbed Khrushchev Backing Peiping On Formosa in four 12 technician in a blue uniform when the word spread rapidly through the hospital to A Lackland Force base spokesman parents was physically be interviewed or have sorry our babies and are with confident that all is said neither of the able to their picturestaken But Hannan authorized George Kent to issue this statement My wife and I were terribly to learn of the death of stricken we are for the best and God has a better place for We know the hospital ant the staff here at Lackland did everything they could to save our They were just too The best medica facilities were We hope we can get a httl peace and quiet Baby D was the fourth born See Page 11 Mother Aware Quint Survival Chances Slim SAN 21 She knew what was going As each baby was she was told the sex and heard it ry It was a weak They were small enough to fit in the palm of your Thus did Charles Gibbs describe the birth of quin tuplet girls to Charles wife of an Air Force Gibbs said Hannan and at Lackland Air said he told the knew in advance the infants probably would He said Hannan was given an anesthetic which did not put her to chief obstetrician gynecologist Force mother before the births of the slim chance the infants could Most babies the vast ma jority that are born at 26 weekf not the doctor said He said he was not certain See Page 10 Premier Nikita Khrushchev has sent a confi ential letter to President Ei enhower backing up Red Chi as claim to Nationalistheld State department officials onfirming receipt of the igorously denied that it ex ressed Red Chinas willingness o abandon use of force to set e international problems in all ar East areas including For These authorities said there s no foundation in fact for a eport to that The Chicago SunTimes in a Washington dispatch had tolc f such a presenting il nly as a version which could lot be The storj eported the letter is said to ontain a new offer from Red China to the United Krushchevs delivered i the state department las is understood to urn up anew Khrushchev on Red See Page 3 Commander Cuban Army Is Arrested ants and workers Castro himself commander of Prime Minister Fidel Castros armed forces in Camaguey accused of surrendered quietly today after radio calls by the government rallied peas against his flew from Between and 000 workers and machetearmed peasants swarmed the streets of this provincial capital in a call to arms against Hu bert But armed action proved Camilo the Cuban army walk ed unopposed into Matos head quarters and arrested him on a charge of plotting a coup detat to unseat the Castro A critic of some phases of Castros Agrarian Reform Pro Matos offered his resig nation Monday when the Prime Ministers 29yearold brothe Raul was named the new minis ter of the Cuban armed forces The appointment gave Rau complete control of Cubas arm ed About 15 members of Matos in refuge with him atth military told Cien fuegoes they supported Matos You are loyal bu loyal to the wrong th army commander told He did not order their arresi arrest at his official residenc Matos was ordered into hous within the military headquai dren His live wife and four chi there with Castro flew here with hi army Camillo Cicnfuegoe from Soon afterwar the radios began their broad casts of appeals for popula support in the assault on th See Page 2 MESSAGE ON TRANSFER IS DUE SHORTLY Saturn Project Major Item In Extended Dispute President Eisenhower nn nounced today lie will ask Congress to approve transfer of the Army Ballistic Missile Agency to the Civilian Nation al Aeronautics and Space The president also announc ed that under the contemplat ed transfer the Army missile teams program of develop ment of superthrust missiles the Saturn pro be consolidated in the civilian agency under im mediate direction of the army 21 A Pentagon source said today the Army Ballistic Missile Agency is to be transferred to control of the civilianrun Na tional Aeronautics and Space The who declined to be identified at this said formal announcement of the transfer would be forthcoming later this after The Armys big missile and space agency at has been the center of contro versies for nearly two The most recent dispute involves the 1 12 million pound thrust rocket engine known as Projec The huge able put a 15ton load into orbi See Page 2 resident Gets lamp Greeting rom Augusta Herter Silent After Meeting Ike Johnson Cites 1960 Issues BUILDING CONTRACTORS WARNED BY COMMISSION City Commission initiated ilsly welcomed Blackwcll to the Robber Pair Escape Jail At Plainview Two convicted robbers overpow ered the jailer and a trusty an uroke out of the Hale Count jail They took jailers gun and fled in a stole Office Harold Marti described the men as very dan He identified them as Jacki Tarlton of sentence at El Paso to 8 years in stat and Joe Owen Hughe sentenced to 1 They were charged the same Martin said they overpownre day jailor abou and Marvin a trus as the latter two took breakfast tray to their They locked Miller and Lead er in their third floor cell an ran to the jail kitchen on th first where night jaile Max Garrett was about eat Martin said Hughes pulled crude knife on the unarme night jailer while Tarleton brok open a desk and took Garrett caliber They the locked up the night At the a sep rate they forced cu todian Cecil Craig to turn ove See Page 10 HEARING ewest Karl uesday with a short business but still a session which stretched out with lengthy part of which came n an executive Mavor Reading official Ml Nan Loses Damage Action Against Airline 21 A cderal judge today ruled igainst an oilman whose damage suit against Na ional Airlines set off city and edcral investigations of an al cged police bribe Judge Ben Connaliy reject d all pleas by oilman Robert who had claimed false false lander and The damage suit was filed af uer Mllner was removed from a ilane in jailed 21 Eisenhower arrive ere at EST in eavy rain for a fiveday vaca on that is hoped will provid unshine to help him shake ngering The temperature was about j 4 degrees as Ihe Presidents touched own at the Augusta He ew in the fourengine propcl er plane he used when he first ook office because the airport s too small for his new jet The trip from Washington ook two nine Accompanying the President n the trip were two of his Cliff Rob president of Ihe Augusta National Golf and Ellis a member of the club nd chairman of the board of National Eisenhower plans to return to Washington Sunday evening or irly Monday While Eisenhower still has ingering traces of the cold he last press secre James Hagcrty said this See Page 2 and charged with drunkenness The later corporation Patrolman Billy Snow testi fied last month that inspectoi foy night police chief had offered him to to change his testimony and that Milncr was Shows testimony set off probe that led to Meltons in definite suspension A federal grand jury resumed investigation of Snows charge shortly before Connaliy relcas ed his findings on the damage Otto who replaced Melton as acting nigh city family at the meetings out It was Blackwells first meeting since his election on 6 to fill the vacancy that The new commissioner responded with the observa tion that he expected to learn his role by being a good listen er at the first few Issue Directive As a result of information passed to it during an execu tive Mayor Reading ask that the minutes show that e commission instructed the ty manager to send out notices all building trade contractors forming them they are not to ver up any electrical wiring plumbing or gas line Installa on work until after it has been operly approved by the citys See Page 10 Recognition Is Workers n Chest Drive 21 Lyndon Johnson came iack Tuesday night to Bren whore 22 years ago he aunchcd his first campaign for Olitical to make a near eciaration of his candidacy or Obviously moved because peaker after speaker at an appreciation barbecue eulogized lim and called him the next president of the United States Johnson aside his prepared speech and discussed the issues This was his first public ad dress since House Spcakci longtime mentor th police was among witnesses called Appeals Court Set For Case 21 The three judges of the Court of Appeals are stand ing by here waiting for the ap pal of the United Steclworker the TaftHartley in issued today in Pitts against junction The injunction temporaril halts the 99day steel John chief judge o the appeals said he an two other judges are ready hear whatever petitions may b Judge Biggs said the com is wl ling to hear almost immediately an appea because o the the nation wide importance o The injunction was issued b Judge Herbert Sorg in in States Assured Guards Control NEW Army Secretary Wilbcr Brucker said today the Armys space team is doing a good but that any presidential decision on the matter must he accepted as being for the good of We think the team is pretty and we want to see it pre he said on the National Broadcasting Today tele v Ion The broadcast this was recorded Tuesday night prior to the Presidents conference with space advisers at which Brucker hinted the fate of the Army Ballis Missile Agency was Brucker said on the TV pro gram that the decisive question was whats good for and that the Presidents judg ment must be accepted on He said that John head of the Army Ordnance Missile Command had told him about month ago he planned to Me daris announced his retiremen Brucker said he applied n pressure one way or another o adding He said he was Inclined and I said I would gran his right to do Asked about a reported pie by Medaris for any solution the missile problems that wou cut out all the Bruc er said The big thing is to preser the team as a great national a Questioned about intern rivalries and the socalled on Army concept for bringin closer coordination of all Arrr including the Nation Brucker said We have our problems at th present think tl team is functioning splendidly But he added we would lik to have closer Asked whether the stat See Page 2 Some of thefirst winners o idividua and group awards of ecognition in the Communily best campaign were announc Wednosday as the drive ended into its last ten days ith about yet to be This year the Chest has In uguralcd use of recogni on awards as an incentive to campaign the mployes of firms making the cst showing based on a stipu ited formula and to the most ordial and receptive potenlial whether they make donation or In this lalter a person ould turn down the volunteer but if he or she did in the most cordial and are Sam his friend and political urged last weekend that a Lyn don JohnsonforPrcsldent Club be organized in every Texas Democratic national commit teeman Byron Skelton of Tern pie presented him to the crowc as the next president of the United I know I am not worlhy o all the nice things said here to Johnson but no where in his speech did he say word to discourage friends from pushing him as a candi He concluded his speech bj declaring You can just bet your hotton dollar that as long as Goc See Page 3 Governor Irked By Attacks On New Gas Levy 21 Th first of an expected scries o suits attacking Texas new na tural gas tax was filed In dis trict court here It a sharp common from who hackee the new natural resources lev passed the third special SCF sion of the He sai some of the gas pipeline corr 21 esident Eisenhower met with ecrelary of State Christian erter today apparently to con fer Frances goslow approach an EastWest summit meet g In 40minute conference at e White House the two were Mieved to have talked over ays to settle the backstage al d dispute on the timing of a acting with Russias Premier ikita Afterward Herter declined ally to say anything about leir leaving all that to le While the two were in con rence the French government inounccd its approval in prin ple for an summit but approached it as for next There was no word here as to hether Eisenhower had been dvised in advance that the rcnch announcement would be An inquiry to Mrs nne acting Whiti See Page 2 Drench Favor lolding Spring Summit Meet 21 UP Franc greed today in principle to i ummlt meeting but not unt ext The United State of any of the compalgners vn he or she could till bn nominated for the ersonal See Page 2 Study Disasters High anking officers of the office of ivil Defense and Mobilization nd of the Salvation Army will attend discussions here today in disaster relief work in Re fion which includes Texas ind six other southwestern Liaison between the OCDM and the Salvation Army vlll bn HIP principal topic of said Roy Sarhcr of New national iaison officer of the Salvation Army for disaster scot free It was one of levies voted in a seeking to escap from new taxation several nc painfi effort to erase the slates dcfic and balance the The suit was brought by a firrr which sells no gas in II pipeline starts at a point on quarter of a mile south the Oklahoma The Micl igan Wisconsin Pipeline Co pai in taxes under pro then filed suit for recover of the The attacks the law o eight H says thn act is that it is an unlawful a tempt to invade the field of inte state it is arbitral and and that is uncerlair Sec GAS Page 2 JIKLD IN DEATH OF Ruth Mac Urdaniv of who police say murdered her five children b giving them is removed by police from the apartment was found with her five dead Urdai via had taken an overdose of sleeping pills in an attempted su AP Wirephoto Federal Lawyers Oppose Delay In Return To Work 21 District Court jurtgd today issued a TaftHartley 111 junction to halt the 99daj steel strike for 80 Howl a stay of the Injiuictloi was granted by Thlr Court of Appeals mcnnlnjj that the strike The injunction was Issued by Judge Herbert Sorg of the District Court The United Steell workers Union Immediate Within an hour Judge tin Stnley of the Third Circuit Court stayed execution of the Injunction until thfl Circuit Court ca hear a United Steelworkers Staley said that the leg papers for the appeal must bJ filed by Thursday or the staj will ho If thl appeal Is filed the stay will b In effect until the court rule Judge Staley also specified that the union would waivl any further requests for stayi of the injunction after thj Third Circuit Court rule Judge Staley declared the Oil cult Court would sit ThuradE in Philadelphia to unions The unionCo s reported to have suggested Arthur tirlier See Page 2 op level EastWest meeting In arly The French government spec fled that there must first be an ffcctlve relaxation of world cnsions before a meeting with oviet Premier Niklta Khru The government repeated its land that an EastWest summit onfcrence must be carefully It suggested that Western leaders meet leisurely cvcrnl This appeared to rule out a Vestern summit session as arly as the end of October or President Elsen is reported to have sug gested these tentative dates in ctters to France and The held out or summit talks with the Rus See Pago 11 tiikiSa To See DeGaulle Soon 21 The newspaper FranceSoil said there are reports that Presidenl harles de Gaulle and Soviet remier Nikita Khrushchev wil nect The meeting might take place vithin the next eight the lapcr possibly In France CBS correspondent D a v i c Schocnbrun In Paris reported hat DeGaulle has Invited Khru shchev to visit France and Khru shchev has He said tho visit will take cither late this year or early next There was no confirmation in Many Workers Bitter About Forced Action Take It from bartendl Tom most of his steef worker customers arent tcl liappy about the prospects J olng back to work under Tafl Hartley And they 100 per cent behind Unit Stcelworkers President Davl Its like a hammer their Kane declared tl Theyre eager to go bacf to work but not under the Taj Hartley Theyll follow the and If says go back to work theyll Kane said that about 80 pj cent of his customers at til Morrisville Gardens are steel workers from the Fairless HIM Plant of Steel heiL The long strike has idled employes of the One of tho HarJ said that he ftl very bitter about the situatlol Tho Stcelworkers that IT talked Lykens opposed to the TaftHartley il junction theyre very Even tho ones with eight nine kids who are The people who seen the inside of i really hull never hal steel plaj See Page 2 Chessman Given Seventh Reprieve 21 The Supreme Court today grant ed a stay of execution for Caryl under sentence to die Friday in Californias gas cham The stay was granted to per mit the convictauthor to file a new The appeal must be filed by Counsel for Chessman had asked Justice Douglas to grant a but Douglas referred the request to the full In New Chessmans At George said a lawyer I am grateful for the unanimous action by the United States Supremo Frankly 1 never doubted the legal validity of Chessmans pica for a stay of execution and I was fully confident there would favorable action by the I must how that the passage of time lpgan to make me In granting the the court noted that Chief Justice Warren nad disqualified himself the Warren Is a form Bovurnor of The decision to grant a thus was made by eight After the filing of a new aj ptal on behalf of tfj state of California may file ruply in opposition to furth Supreme Court consideration the The eight Justices then Wl decide In closed whether they will grant a ing on the new A to do so would mean conviction with penalty would Announcement of the cour was contained In order which was distributed newsmen by the Tribunals PuJ lie Relations In Californias San Quent Prison where Chessman has U ed through 11 12 years of couj See Page 10   

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