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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - October 22, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL cloudy and mild through Thermometer Readings 81 9 10 11 12 II 2 66 72 78 79 80 Complete Weather Report oo 81 82 Market 11 Homtottht Daily LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er sprice stocks govern ments trading quiet CHICAGO Wheat higher short December Hogs top top AP TELEMATS 118 SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENTS USW Wins Indefinite Stay Of Strike Injunction 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 ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Ike Indicates Summit Meeting Time Not Vital SAYS ALLIES MUST AGREE ON STRATEGY News Conference At Augusta In Place Of Capital 22 President Eisenhower said to day he favors an EastWest summit meeting by the end of the year but has no strong feel ings regarding the Eisenhower stressed at a news conference that before there is such a highlevel meeting with Soviet Premier Nlkita Khru the Western allies must coordinate their position at a presummit Meeting Needed He said he believes the West ern allies should meet as soon as possible for that Without such the President you would Have just a donnybrook or con tusion at a summit Eisenhower said reports he had actually proposed a sum mit conference late this year Were not quite Ready Any Time I Eisenhower said in reference to his correspondence Western that would be ready at any time from now on to go to a Western summit because I pre ceding any meeting with Sov there should be an examination of our several posi tions so that we coulc See Page 7F1 i T Moscow Likes December Dale For Top Parley So viet government agrees with the United States that a summi conference should be held in Moscows Ambassa i dor to France said Bri tain shares similar views bu France is holding out for meeting next A new factor introduced into the discussion is a visit by So viet Premier Nikita Khrush chev to Western source expressed belief today this wil take place within the next few The Soviet Serge commented on sum mit prospects after an hour talk with Maurice Couve Di French Foreign Min President Eisenhower ha proposed summit conferenc at the end of this th Soviet envoy We are in Whether the meeting is helc he is up to the Big Fou United the Sovie Britain and London dispatche said wants the summi meeting to start the 181 anniversary of the Japanese at tack on Pearl President Charles De Wit Gaull V f holding out for new ne gotiations presumably will ge See Page Booster Rocket Need Reason Civilians Get Space Work PLEADS INNOCENT TO CHILD TRAFFIC an apprentice is being led from Munici pal Court in by Patrolman Anthony Discuso after Graham pleaded innocent to charges of manslaughter and He is accused of driving the stateowned car that plowed into a group of children bus killing three and injuring AP Wlrernoto Priority Urged For Nuclear Ban Test Pilot Is Star 01 Tense Aerial Drama EDWARDS AIR FORCE 22 Crack test pilot Scott Crossfield starred in a short but tense aerial drama high over the California desert His oxygen supply failed moments before the X15 rocket ship was to be launched on its third pow ered The supply was restored after a minute or but the flighl was called It happened at feet as the X15 was to be dropped from its B52 mother Plans called for it to spurl to then land on a dry lake But when Crossfield cut off his personal supply of oxygor from the B52 and tried to switch to the XlSs noth ing He nudged the switch with See Page Reich To Build Guided Missiles 22 UP Germany was granted permis today to manufacture guid ed missiles for antiaircraft de The Western European Union European antiCom munist defense an nounced this decision was reach ed by the WEU council after recommendation by the North Atlantic treaty organization Lauris Nor The decision was unani council sources Text of the announcement Protocol Ill to the re vised Brussels treaty contains a list of those armaments which the Federal Republic of Ger many undertakes not lo man ufacture on ils In accordance with the pro cedure laid down by Article 2 of Protocol III to Ihe the council of West European Union at their meeting on the 21st of agreed to an amend ment to the aforcmentionec This which wa recommended by Ihe suprem allied wi exclude from Ihis list surface toair and airtoair guided mis siles for antiaircarfl The purpose of this amend menl is to permil parlicipalion Dy the Federal Republic o Jermany i n joinl produclio with other members of WEU o weapons in this Em text The meeting was held al th councils headquarters here am allended by London ambassa dors of member slates Britain the Bo German and The union organize lion includes a slanding arma ments commillee and an agenc for armamenls The amendment announced to day will not increase the lype See Page UNITED Y 22 JP France proposei oday that forthcoming disarma nent talks give top priority t anning longrange ail raft other vehicles fo arrying deadly nuclear war French delegate Jules Moc old the general assemblys 82 ation political commitlee th number of devices being hurlei ito the atmosphere is increas nging so rapidly it will soon b oo late to think up and appl isarmament sleps in this field Will the governments o he repeat th fraught w i t h conse which was committe n 1946 by those who did no enow how to work out com romise relating to the produc ion of fissionable material fo veapons use Moch declared the inflexibilit See CC Members Uprove Change h Board Vote Chamber of Commerce mem hers approved a proposed change in the method of elect ng directors by a mail ballot vote of 149 to il was an nounced Thursday by Manager Dick Ballols were canvassed Wed nesday by a panel comprised of Hoyl Moore and Manager Knight said the Chamber staff has begun work preparing the list of all mem bers in good standing to be mailed out to Ihe membership for the first round of voting for directors under the change in the The 34 men and women receiving the highest number of voles shall constitute the Balloling in Ihis segmenl of the election must be completed by Then the 14 nominees names will be prinled on a second bal lot and mailed out lo Ihe entire membership for the selection of seven directors from among those receiving the greatest number of popular Herelofore the membership had elected from a general ros ter a nominating commitlee of seven who in lurn were auth orized to elect seven directors of their Final balloting is lo be com pleled by 22 President Eisenhower said to day his reason for shifting space rockel work from Army lo civilian control is thai such huge booslers are of no inleresl at this time to the At the same lime the presi dent said he sees no reason hy development of the super irusl rockels should be pul on le basis of compelilion with le Needs Congress OK Eisenhower discussed the mat r in a news conference at in the wake of his nnouncement Wednesday that he Armys ballistic missile gency al with s crack team of Germanborn will be turned over o the National Aeronautics and pace The plan as to get approval from Con ress to go into The current big project al Hunlsville is developmenl of Ihe Saturn a cluster of ight big rockets intended to ave a thrust great enough to a trucksize load to a soft ariding on the The decision to make the shifi ame against a background of harp discontent in some quar ers over the pace of the space ffort in as comparec with Ihe accomplishments o he Answers Criticism Eisenhowers commenl abou ompetilion was made in re ponse to questions about criti lsm on that The president said develop nent of missiles spac vehicles has been ur genlly in this country 1955 nit the emphasis has not been on the superthrust H commented that this country has operational interconlinenta mllistic missiles and performance in that field as re There came Eisenhow See Page Burke Suspects Beds Building Missile Ships NEW Oct 22 UP Arleigh Burk voiced the possibilily loday lha Ihe Soviet navy may be con vetting its cruisers into missil Referring to the statement o Russian Premier Nikila Khrushchev in San Francisc 21 lhal Ihe Soviets wet scrapping 90 per cent of thel 28ship cruiser the chie of naval operations said If Khrushchev is lolling th hes withdrawing h cruisers he wants t modify them from gun cruiser to missile or because h has found it impossible lo mod ify Admiral Burkes comments o the Soviel navy plans wet made in an interview wit Everetl and publishe today in the New Bedfor Burke recalled lhal this wa not Ihe first time the Russian have atlempted to downgrac the importance of the surfac He noted that in So Khrushchev wro1 a letler lo Presidenl Eisen lower lhat Ihe heyday of con More County Highway Work Slated ships was over b See Page hest Workers Jrged To Finish rive Quickly The big push is on and un ess campaigners give it every ling they have and complete le tasks accepted at the outset he Community Chest campaign ill come up lacking the suc essful end sought by the dedi ated volunteers in the annual und raising That was the outlook Thurs ay at the next to the last eport meetings of the various ampaign Following a breakfast for four of the mens divisions at the Navarro Hotel and a Klns loe House coffee checkup for the women volunteer solici It was learned that 598 has been collected leaving yet to It will le re membered that the goal Is the same as last which fell shy by about We are going down the home Campaign CoChair man Herb Johnson observed and it is time to npply the whip to the finis Dismayed the large numbei ijjjytjards still have no oeri especially aftei humbing through the records See Page 12 Kennan Flays West Proposals About Germany 22 ormer ambassador George F ennan today described Allic proposals toward Germany a cramped and inflcxi He said there is no sis summit conference will eas dangerous EastWest The former envoy to Moscov i the Truman administrate1 coupled this criticism with scathing attack on present dc fense strategy of basing Amer can power on atomichydrogc This unthinking readines to wreck destruction on mi lions of innocent and helple people for no other purpose tha to assure that the adversar suffers no less than we Kennan reflects the hidi ous splfeenteredness on th part of ourselves as a genera former State D partment policy planning chie spoke out In an address pn pared for a Womans Nationa Democratic Club 11 quit the department some si years ago to join the Institul for Advanced Study at Princ a frequent critic administration foreign polie offered no new proposal fo settling the Berlin probloi and the dispute with the Sovi Union over Germanys future But he flayed proposals pu forward by the West to sat See Page BRASS IGNORES ORDERS FILIPINO FAMILY TO BE DEPORTED SAN Filipino due to e deported was serious injured today in an automo ile accident Attendants at Harbor Emcr ency Hospital said Felix Houl suffered possible chest a possible broken hip nd severe facial His a cannery was everely The younger Montalbans al Arlin said ils client was bringing his fath r back from 40 miles Barents Deny Injured Girl deeded Blood ATLANTIC Oct 12 6yearold girl whose parents would not permit her to lave a r blood transfusion to reasons died at Allan City hospital Linda Jean who Buffered depressed compound ractures of the skull when she was hit by a car wap iperated on No ransfustons were given during r after the The and Mrs Foseph Yourkino of Absecor are Jehovahs Witness and follow the biblical tenet Ye shall not eat of the Both of the childs vere in tears as they left th lospital after her We know the hospital die everything it sait the We did what we had to He added We believe in Ihis W raised Linda Jean to believe a we do although she wa she was with us ii Should we he in the re we hope and pra Linda Jean will be there wit Living Costs Eaf Up Family Income Gains 22 The average income of Amer can families rose slightly lap year despite the hu higher living costs ate up til gain The Census Bureau said lo day the 1058 median incom half of all families earn ing morn and half naming lea was This was an in crease of from Whereas average income were up about 212 per cen the consumer price index ro by closer to 3 per For nonfarm th average income was up 1 in Farm family in comns rose much more sharpl by to I Understand Gods Not His Quints Burial Set Friday SAN 22 Firsl Charles Hannan and his parents of Ihe quin tuplet girls who died shortly after said loday Iheir ordeal was made easier by knowing in advance there was litlle chance for Ihe babies lo We expecled would be Ihe said chances Ihe Ail Force career I understand Gods nol his said his a petile blueeyed The five were born Four died that day and the fiflh yes Hannan talked with reporters at a press conference at Lack land Air Force then went with newsmen to his wifes room in Ihe malernily ward on the third Hannan smiled frequent ly but obviously showed the strain of Ihe lasl Iwo Her husband sal beside the bed and held her There wore tears in his I canl believe It has all Hannan I was very happy lo bring five little daughters into Ihe I understand Gods not his Everybody has been so She said she saw each of the quints as it was born and heard each I am anxious to have more I still wanl a lillle she The Hannans have Iwo and Hannan said he told both Ihe boys Wednesday about the deaths of their five litlle The oldcsl boy is quite he He Is quiet aboul There were no leat but he Is real sorry because h wanted a Hannan said the younger bo knew somelhini was going o but he is not fully aware of it Hannan said he has asked th Air Force for a 30day leav We all plan lo jusl be alon he Funeral services will be he at Friday al th Condra Funeral Home in Taylo home town of Ihe white service for baptized ii fants will follow al 9 the pink brick Marys Cat c All the vestmen of the priests will be Hannnan will not be ab lo Burial will be in Mary where graveslon See Page si of lo say gooclby lo s Felix Monlalbans Reme and Iheir Uiree young uighters were lo have lefl th The Immigration Serv e has charged that both Felix nd his wife were in the United Hargreaves said Montalban ad been up all nighl and jusl acked His car hit a bridge Herbert San Francisco Director of Immigra said the accident would See Page leported Red Uomic Weapons In Korea Line 22 today tha Korean Communist ave moved atomic guns inti orward areas facing Americat nd Sottlh Korean Iroops along iio armistice Defense Minisler Kim Chung ul said Ihey presumably are apable of launching an alomic There was no immediate con filiation or denial of the re ort from NotIll Korean atomic train ng has been known to us fo onic the minisler II is certainly a Ihreal lo us ul we believe Ihe enemy wil e punished sevorly by the sami neans he uses if ho initiale forces in Korea alomic aircraf apable of carrying atom lombs and Honest John am Vtatador guided Bu here has never boon an officia lalcmenl that they have atom varhoatls and shells in Korea Kims stntemonl was the firs rom a high ranking officia ipcnly stating the North Ko eans have alomic a hough there have been unoff ial and unconfirmed roporl daling bank lo Kim made his statement I eply lo n newsmans qucrr usl day before Unde Secretary of Stale Dougla Dillon arrives for a Ihreeda There Is some fear here thf military and economic ai o South Korea will bo trimmo ecniiKc of tho lower appropri ion for foreign Elevator Work Causes Delay In School Case A hearing involving a suit o tho Blooming Grove Indcpendc School Districl ngainsl tho Co slcana Indcpendenl School Di set for 28 in dlslrlc court has been postponcc Corslcana lawyo who represents the sal Thursday morning the heatin lad been postponed due to th installation of an elevator 1 the courthouse which has ne essitated the tearing oul of porllon of the wall of the di trict Mays said no now date fo the hearing has been set bu it would be soon as possibl District Judge Stout Waxahacliio wil preside at tl Fred Dalli will represent the d The suit stems from a dec sion of the county boar that sustained the petilion i a group of residents in tho o Emhouse school districl to hav an area adjacenl lo Ihe Cors cana district annexed from th Blooming Grove district to th Corsicana The Emhou district had consolidated wi the Blooming Grove Highway construction in Na arro county conlinues at a clip and new improve cnls will be In the offing with the next few it was arned Thursday In rslale Highway 31 and mtomarket roads are in An Associated Press dis itttch from Austin Thursday gave the information that the Ilghway commission had igreed to join Navarro county oil a 5050 basis in tho uirchasing cost of rightofway ul Highway 31 from Corsica la east to eight o make this highway a four Eachs share will lost about Kenneth county sev eral weeks ago revealed that the state planned such a pro Contractors were slated to nish the surfacing of the loulders on Highway 31 east hursday or Definite lans for the four lanes will be repared by highway engineers See Page rV Executive Outlines Path Tor Industry 22 J clcvision executive said lie Industry should admit whci bings are correct them iform the public and dcfen do Integrity of good programs Louis in his firs ormal appearance as director o lie newly formed lelcvision in ormalion office of Ihe Naliona of Us he plan as a fourpoinl ap roach and said I believe Ihes our cornerslones are essenlia 0 any public information pro Hausman lold a television ses ion of Ihe NABs fall confer nee The recenl press report m lelevlsion quiz programs at 1 case in point on the need t admit errors In judgment an Child Ski By L whose mother sa she shot him Tuesday while tr ng to kill a died here en y The Paulino For told Ellis county dnpu lies was shooting at a ci with a pistol Inside her hoiif Hid one of her bullets struc lor son while he standln outside a The shootin occurred al south UNION SAYS COURT ORDE1 S ILLEGAL Appeals Panel Planning Quick Ruling On Case 231 federal do1 nylng enforcement of a Taftl Hartley injunction against I striking took I mcler advisement today the I inlons plea to throw out the I writ altogether as unconstttu1 After n hearing which last1 cd in all about four the I Nidges said they hoped to arl rlvo at a decision early next I the 100day old I strike continues pending thai finding on the question At the George assistant attorney gener told the panel drawn fron IB circuit court of appeal lat he thought the government here to arguo only agatnsl he stay of the injunction Wednesday in chief counsel for he United said was on hand for more thar appeal from the rder of District Judge Herber Sorg In Chief Judge John glancing at records broughl said that Gold apparen71y was liourj asked for a short re cess to consult with his super ors in About 1 minutes later he returned to tha courtroom and said ho wasf See Page Ike Belittles TH Law Worth But Employs It 22 Eisenhower todaj declared he did not think th TaftHartley law was any cura for the prolonged steel strika and called upon all Involved tq impose some self discipline foj the sake of the At his hurriedly called newl conference at his vacation head quarters Eisenhower salt the steel strike threatens to iml peril the national health anq He said the strike is threaten ing to damage the United Statel and added that If such problem cant be solved without resortlnj to such a prolonged strike it a sad day for this In a statement issued follow ing the press th President said that steel Is al the very base of any industrial economy essential for pairs and maintenance es scntial for defense Eisenhower said he did nol plan any new legislation al this moment to correct thJ Tn ItHartley hi expressed the that thJ steel strikers and See Castro Mobilizes Show Of Strength Castro mobilized Cubas work ers loday for another show of strength to combat the gravest threat yet lo his 10month re a threat sparked by de fiance of antiCommunist Rev olutionary Army The Cuban Labor Federation called for a onehour natlon wide strike of Its million and a half members today in a dcm onstralion of loyalty to the Cu ban Castro used the strike technique In whipping up popu lar support for his ouster of President Manuel Urrutla lust July after the president spoke out against the Rod The country rumbled with unrest before the eyes of American travel agents holding a convention in Two mysterious planes flew over show ering tho capita with anliCas tro and antiguvern ment gangs carried out run bombing Two persons were reported killed and at least 42 Injured irl the attacks from speeding cars and the panic generted by aerial leaflel All the casualties were apparentlj Planes of the Cubarj Air Force took off In pursuit of the aerial hul there was no word that thej were Nor was there anjl announcement that any of thq ground attackers were arrest ProCastro newspapers clatn the intruding planes fired orj but witnesses said mosl of the wounds were inflicted when guardi on the roof of thq presidential palace and otheJ buildings opened tire on thd It was not known er Cuban Air Force planes fir ed over although s Bee Page   

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