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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - October 23, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL to partly clou dy through Saturday a little cooler tonight and Thermometer 8 9 10 1 11 12 1 2 66 72 76 80 1 81 82 84 Complete Weather Report on Market intof tht Daily Sun and SemiWctklx Mornin MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er industrials ana rails Bonds Higher governments w trading CHICAGO old crop demand old crop top LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS 119 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS 4 BITTERLY BLASTS IN Drunken Worker Carrying Knife Seized Thursday 23 Fidel Castro announced early today that he will raise an armed militia of laborers and peasants if bombings by his opponents The blackbearded prime min ister threatened his opposition with a militia in a fivehour television speech which includ ed the strongest attack he has ever delivered against the Unit ed Calls Demonstration He also called for a demon stration on Monday by a mil lion citizens to protest aerial raids he charged were carried out by counterrevolutionary planes based in the United Presumably Havana again will be thronged by f IIP UNITED Italy declared to day that approval of Premier Khrushchevs total disarmament plan must be accompanied by a drastic revision of the UN Char including elimination of the big power Italian delegate Egidio Orto na told the General Assemblys 82nation political committee the UN Charter was designed to operate in a world at least par tially He said there would V Jacob Spreitzer of He to cheer Balked into a police station and turned over he found hang1atmosphere seemed to be each SENIOR HIGH STUDENTS COMPLETE TESTS SERIES Corsicana Senior High stuigulding and counseling more than 620 in numThrough an interpretation of completed batteries of the the individual stu and abildent is given some Idea as to ity tests this according to how he measures up to other This students across the Many group of tests comprises the previously undiscovered major portion of the school testtalents as well weaknesses be no way to cope with possible programi are pointed When this is violations of disarmament treatSeniors were given language done early in the students ies unless the Charter is amendanfl reading achievement school more intelligent Junior students took a planning may be done for his The exercise of the right of and abstract Such indications aid the veto on this matter certainlynng aptitude The in better understanding would indeed not be more class was administered a he mental ability test Ortona said the international The test results become a part students permanent See Page 10 able information for purposes of of the revolution that threw Fulgencio forum after which meant the money went to the state and there was I any others submitted to the two mystery planes showered no Except for odd farm the 77yearold mans only UN be referred to the 10natlon income is a month from social I get enough which will begin talks he AP on Wednesday fcaflets attacking his regime anti Castro gangs roared through the capital in cars See Page 2 Rickover Wins ivm Controls Over Public Talks 23 Living as measured by 23 the climbed three A federal judge ttxlay upheld I tenths of one per cent last the right of Vice Hyman m0nth to another record Rickover to copyright public The Bureau of Labor Statistics speeches and thereby preventirepOrted today that its index rose to per cent of the 194749 Every major item In the budget of the average city family went up except trans The rlsLnff costs mean thnt almost 1 14 cents has been whittled from the buying pow er of the consumers dollar In the last six The highest previous Index their publication without his The ruling was handed down by Judge Alexander Holtzoff in dismissing a suit brought by Public Affairs As sociation of The suit was brought by Pub lic Affairs Association after Rickover notified it that per mission to quote from the ad mirals speeches could not be granted because they were to be published in a book by the admiral in the near executive director of Public Affairs the trade name of the corpora told reporters Holtzoffs decision will be The central issue which is more the right of the people to know or the right of the admiral to Schnap per Holtzoff said Rickovers mostly dealing with nuclear power and were not a part of the admirals official he they were his literary property and not in the public Schnapper contended that Rickover had no property rights in his speeches and that they were not subject to He further argued that any one was free to publish them without paying any royalty or other compensation to Rick reading was for In August there had been a drop to The rise of from August to September in the index when reduced to is about per in Geneva early next He said the Khrushchev plan is viewed with favor by the Ital ian We are ready totake part in a careful study tending to seek common ground of agree See Page 11 Tax Payments Soar But Polls Then Released 23 Pi A 14yearold babysitter police was abducted at knifepoint in Maine last Sat urday night by an exconvict and was freed early to Glenn Davis of the Ver mont slate police sa id Sharon Simmons of told him she was held seen by oncoming travelers captive by Rodney Austini 23 The United Steehvorkers today invited 96 steel companies to resume contract negotiations in Pittsburgh Monday In the 101day steel Union President David McDonald said the union has taken the Initiative in order to comply with part of a TaftHartley injunction which specified resumption of joint All of the Dfi companies in vited were named as defend ants in the TH injunction proceeding brought by the government earlier this McDonald said he expected some of the companies would prefer to hold negotiations In other and ho has In structed chairmen of sub negotiating committees to work this The union leader had no comment when ashed If the USW would make a new offer tn settle the strike of h n I v J n n I 1 fed Lnn L 1 XM vr v V v S fl r j fl v S j v J b BB IITLLJT tt TASS HAKES MENTION DEGAULLE French Remain Favorable To Spring Session 33 Khrushchev has accepted an Invitation to visit Announcing this President Charles DeGaulle said the date will be fixed This confirmed a re port current among diplo mats for several L H m 23 Mos cow urged today that the East West summit meeting be called quickly the earlier the bet A Soviet statement In effect lined up with the United Statei and which have been thinking of a December meet Moscow did not mention French President Charles da spring Soviet Most Repairs On Courthouse During Infancy By CLYDE MURRAY Daily Sun Staff The pretentious Navarn county which can while most other Corsicana of until he mance Lags structures are still bowing hfir afc 130 am at the curvature of the is the home of hifl brolhcr Albert undergoing its first major surgAusUri in tnig northcrn Ver ery since the mOnt town Workmen are tearing Lincoln County Maine Crto1pl i 11 vjifutiLv ciiu i j ine scaie Collections by the NavarroUjgantic hole in the middle of James Blen Perkins said he Austin with abduction and nd The prosecutor told news men he had heard Austin com Teamsters En Long Holdout Aaree To Rules 23 After resisting for 14 the teamsters union finally has agreed to new ruins designed to provide safeguards for demo honest elections in local The union capitulated to de mands of courtappointed mon itors at a hearing Thursday be fore Federal Judge Dickinson The new rules will be in ef fect for elections in about 450 locals in November and De The who have watched over teamster affairs since January finally peti tioned Judge Letts after failing See Page 10 1 4 U A AK I i M u i u Q MU change in an index and the petcounly tax assessorcollectors lhe mighty In it will will seek warrants charging ccntage change are never the officc this month total placed its first same except when the index Ethel as Armed with sledge movement is from an even announced and other A year ago the index ing was This la compared to the But Hersey S price collected during the same In the LtT Davis quoted the girl as chief of the rejected a period in reporters suggestion that Mrs gtill said the period See LIVING Page 10 workers are amidst mented he clouds of dust torn loose from will not be taken included is 1 through She also reported that poll tax payments are coming along at a snails Only 626 persons have paid their poll taxes and there have been 747 23 I For the last presidential Eisenhower today election persons paid chose John McKibbin of their poll taxes and ex to be Deputy Postmaster McKibbin New Postal Depuiy A A they had to demolish a brick saying Austin told her plan waM 23 inches netl to go to a Vermont The last major construction Hives house and get a Po work on the courthouse came lice did not know where the in the 1930s when the Works relative Progress Administration But It is reasonable to as Dnvia Austin See BABY Page 10 laid a new Oddly the building See Page 10 emptions were she re now is an asj As you can see have a Deny Hearing In School Case aralytic Polio Continues High sistant postmater Eisenhower gave him re cess A formal nomination going to Congress in January will be subject to Sen ate A McKibbin was named to succeed Edson Sessions who recently was se lected by the President to be Ambassador to long way to Still Skies Murky But Ike 23 sunshine President Eisen hower wants for what he terms chronic bronchitis continued to whose selection was elude him todaVt But he piaycd announced at Eisenhowers va golf cation was a vice The flkies wcrfi murky president of the Westlnghouse when the vacationing President Electric Corporation before off thg morning at thc tering government He also was general manager in famed Augusta National But the temperature was a charge of consumer comfortable 64 Thursday when Eisenhower toured the course the weather was chilly and 23 The Texas llth Court of Civil 23 were 225 paralytic po lio cases reported by the states Appeals overruled today a That was a drop of tion by the Dallas School Disfjve under the revised total of trict for a rehearing of Its state 230 for the preceding end court case to settle a between federal and state inte gration Court officials said the Dallas District Court would probably appeal the Eastland court ruling i m rt to the Texas Supreme The district court has 30 days in which to file the Todays denial for rehearing came after the Dallas school The Public Health Service in reporting this today gave some comparative figures on polio cases and paralytic cases for weeks of this five previous The 1959 totals were cases of all including 474 For the prior system tried to get a declaratory ycars fieurea werc 1958 judgment to determine if itF3 and should follow a federal court 1956 13456 and 573SI order to integrate its schools or and and a state law requiring and tion unless voters approve inte Salk Polio vaccine first be 23 UP Negotiators for the United Steehvorkers were alerted to stand by today for a possible resumption1 of negotiations In the 101day steel a union source The Rource said the unions negotiating team was told to be ready as the 22man executive board of the USW huddled with President David The executive hoard session followed 017 heels of a secret meeting of the unions International Wage Po licy which Includes executive board McLonald had no comment following the Wage Policy Com Seo Page 9 Hogan Reports Changes By Van Doren NEW 23 Frank Hogan said today that TV quiz winner Char les Van Doren last year made a statement to Hogans office which ho now acknowledges was not Hogan made the statement after conferring with Van Dor en He said I think he gave truthful answers1 at to days session in thc Hogan of Tho district attorney said Van Doren had talked last year with Joseph Stone prior to testifying before grand jury investigating charges that television quiz programs were Hognn emphasized he was not alluding to whatever testimony Van Doren gave to the grand The grand jury concluded a ninemonth Investigation last Hogan said that Stone ques tioned Van Doren twice to the quiz stars grand Van Doren was accompanied to thc district attorneys office today by his Carl On leaving they declin See VAN Page 10 holdout for a NOBEL WINNER Salvage but said the a 58yearold Italian union is ready was awarded the 1959 No Problems Urgent bel Prize in It was The earlier a summit meeting announced in Sweia caiied the better it will be for AP Wirephoto cause of said a Tass statement broadcast from Mos The solution of urgent problems with a view to relaxing tension can and must be achieved by the heada of Moscows broadcast jj while the big three powers Deliberated Court Decision prior Jury Michigan Crisis I 23 State officials tightened strings on a nearly empty purse today and hoped the legislature would come up soon with a source of needed The state faced a new cash crisis as result of a Michigan supreme court decision Thurs day knocking out a one per cent use tax designed to raise 120 million dollars and wipe out an 80 million dollar state The state administrative board cut out virtually all outofstate travel by state filling of job vacancies and all but emergency purchases of sup Democratic Mcnncn Williams was due back from a fourweek vacation abroad to take on the Republicancontroll ed legislature in a new tax In New York the governor declared Michigan Re See Page 10 Three Survive Air Collision 23 UP jet fighter plan en of the Oregon Air National Guard col lided in darkness ovor Hood Thursday night and At least three of the four men aboard Searchers this morning1 came upon 1st Jack Ray one of the and not far away they reached 1st Carson his radar Soon they found 2nd Winfrnd the othor All wore In good Searchers still pressed the hunt for Roy radar observer on one of tho their limlneiry gettogether of perhaps In Clears Up Views The Tass statement sought clear up what it called conflict ing reports in the foreign press See Page 11 Praises Dead Hungary Revolt Victims 23 On this third anniversary of the tragic Hungarian the government says It shall live In history as the symbol of a peoples sacrifice in the cause of independence and The State Department decla ration said Americans today remember and honor the Hun garian patriots who died in thia and those to must live under a system which has been imposed upon Unusually the state ment said the Hungarian peo ple rebelled in a spontaneous and valiant effort to achieve their long standing aspirations for a government which would be free of foreign This effort failed in the face of ruthless Soviet military inter In a report also timed to co incide with the third anniver sary of the 1950 the House UnAmerican Activities committee said Hungarians ara losing all hope of throwing off the Soviet yoke of The report was based on inter views by committee staffers with Joseph former mayor of and Beta See Page 9 gration in its came available for use in Hannan Quintuplets Buried At Taylor Friday 23 Civilian and military space leaders disclosed plans today for an effort to speed development of big rockets for space explor Congress will be asked for additional They reported The transfer of the Saturn project from military to civilian control will be followed by considerable The work will continue to center in and the team of scientists headed by Germanborn Wernher Von Braun is expected to carry on the work they have been The Saturn project aims at development of a booster rocket with 1 12 million pounds of twice as powerful as the rocket used by the Russians to send their Lunik around the The speedup effort on this project was announced at a joint news conference of officials of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and the Defense Two days President Eis enhower announced a decision to transfer the project from the Army to the civilian Herbert defense di rector of research and engineer told the news conference it should have been done one year But he and Richard Horn associate administrator of agreed that the delay had probably had little effect on development of the huge rocket designed to be the fist stage of a vehicle capable of hurling a manned satellite into Horner said that he assumed than Von Braun would stay on the Horner said that he conferred with Von Braun and all senior officials at the army agency Thursday and that he got no impression that there would be any mass transfers or resigna tions among the top flight team of scientists and in cluding 100 Germanborn rocket as a result of their transfer to civilian administra Horner said also that NASAs own big space booster project named Nova would eventual ly be placed under the control of the team now working on the Saturn As for money Horner said the NASA budget for the new year would obviously be larger because of the acquisi tion of the army experts and As a he NASA will request about 30 million dollars which was authorized but not appropriated by Congress for the current fis cal The NASA official said that when presenting a new budget In the the De fense Department and NASA will join in beating the drums for more money to give a boost to the Saturn See Page 10 Mass Of Angels Celebrated By GAKTH JONES 23 The Hannan who lived less than a day on were committed to the angels The five tiny daughters of 1st and Charles Hannan were lowered into separate graves after impressive services at Marys Catholic Church in this small Central Texas Everything was in There were sprays of white flowers on the five dollsize white The pallbearers wore white gloves and white The white marble altar of the jspaclous brick church was drap ed in white The Eu gene and his as sistants wore white instead of the black robes for It waa the white mass of the Roman Catholic Church the Mass of the These innocent children knew no said Father in brief remarks after the celebra tion of the They depart for their in heritance in They are in the hands of God and shall remain there a career Air Force sat on a front pew be side the tiny his head bowed constantly in Be side him sat his parents and his two and Hannan remained in Lack land Air Force Base Hospital at San Antonio where the quints were born Down each side aisle of the church knelt long lines of child ren from Marys Parochial It was in this school that Hannan and his xvife met as It was in this church the Hannans were mar ried in Despite the attempt to create a cheerful atmosphere inside the church there was a constant undertone of In sorrow such as this hu man comfort is of no counselled Father Atop each Uny white coffin a miniature spray of white flow ers had a ribbon bearing the name Deborah Lynn Janet Lee Karen Denise Melissa Jane Suzanne The historic onein42 million births occurred Tuesday at Lackland Air Force Base Hos pital in San Antonio to 1st Lt and Charles Hannan Four died Tuesday night and Sec Page were fight Wed others are the Ladakh about border terrl Indlan NEW 28 India tonight charged Red China with a fierce new at tack on an Indian patrol in the Ladakh sector of It said 17 Indians 3 wounded in the nesday and that Peiplng claims sector among square miles of tory under the Chinese detachments occupied parts of it months ago and have built a Ioad across it to link Tibet and extreme western A government statement said the attack took place 40 miles inside the Indian The Indian detachment was surprised by heavy and sud dent fire from Chinese troops entrenched on a it The Indian troops fired back but were reported overwhelm ed by superior strength and the use of grenades and mor Tho Indian call ing this a matter of grave has protested strongly to The area is about 40 to 50 miles west of the traditional ChinaIndia frontier which hus been shown In official Indian the foreign ministry Tho Chinese government could not be under any misap prehension about the tradition al The attack marked a renew al of bloodshed which brought on a crisis between New Delhi and Peiping two months Prime Minister Nehru dis closed 28 thnt Red Chinese forces bused in Tibet had moved against Indian forces in Ladakh province and occupied a bor der in the northeast fron tier far to the The Soviet government sought to throw oil on the troubled wa It suggested India and China Both Nehru and Red Chinas Premier Chou EnLai said they would dicker over some though not the overall dispute as to whose maps aro A month ago Nehru warned China that India will meet any aggression and will fight it where the necessity He accused Peiping of displaying an aggressive Reports of the Ladakh action trickled in when a few survi vors returned to the Indian Full accounts are still u The Indian forces Involved belonged to the border They have patrolled that area for Thgovernment received first word of the incident Wednes As this was a matter of grave consequence tho govern ment of India was awaiting fur ther details before it was tak en up with the Chinese govern the foreign See Page 10   

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