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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - October 24, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                j i r THE WEATHEB LOCAL through Sun day cooler this afternoon and tonight with low tonight in Thermometer Readings 8 9 1 10 11 12 II 2 61 65 67 69 70 70 1 70 Complete Weather Report on Market Homtofthe Daily Sun and Morning Lidht LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE Most Securities and Commodities Markets Are Closed on 120 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS EISENHOWER URGES QUICK SETTLEMENT Special Mediators Map Future Plans SOME REPORT KAY SPARK PITTSBURGH 24 Steel negotiators prepared to re sume bargainingtoday and President Eisenhower strongly urged them to keep at it until the 102day steel strike is set COOD CLEAN fighting was an im possibility on the Texas Christian University quadrangle at Fort Worth when the guys from Sigma Chi engaged the dolls from Zeta Tau Al pha in their annual fraternitysorority soap bat Displaying the effects of 144 cans of type soap are from Susan Seaman of Carolyn Beale of Lynn CHEST AGENCIES WORKERS FIND Plea Issued The President made his new Ploeger of and Ann Terry ofplea through an aide at his va AP Wirephoto James As the Community Chest pre pared Saturday to head into its final week Monday with an es timated still to be of 24 The three top members President Eisenhowers cabinet concerned with foreign policy and financing met for about two hours today at the state department They discuss ed military budget Secretary of Defense Neil McElroy said Were getting into budget making time and there are certain problems in the military budget which re late to treasury problems and also relate to the support we can give our diplomatic posi tion McElroy Secretary of State Christian and Secretary of the Treasury Robert Anderson talked about the projected new military budget as it related to diplomatic and treasury plan In response to a Military Report Americans Due Physics Prize in i officials of the community ef House press that the President He sincerely when both sides negotiations this afternoon in they realize fully many Corsicanans after years of the Chests existence still are that I not aware of the 11 agencies it hopes renew their isupportSi a thumbnail the obligation they owe to the United States and that they re main in consultation and ne gotiation until they settle Offers Confer the head of the Presidents threeman factfind City Building Permits Surge Building took ing board in the dispute said in I with the issuance an upswing of nine per New Projects M Completed In Modernization Philadelphia that he has been in mits aggregating worth touch with Joseph Finnegan pf new construction This chief of the Federal Mediation I thc totai estimate for the year to George Taylor said I Permits were issued to the he and Finnegan talked over following Ralph 1209 Col the matter of how they could umbia build threebcd best cooperate in the event the room brick board is reconH Construction company 24 UP Stockholm afternoon for Navarro excavate today named two Taylor said that it would be snaft for Installation of eleva American atomic scientists terrific thing for the countrytor in Em probable winners of the 1959lnow if the two sides world set Kellr Nobel Physics Itle on their The Americans mentioned are Emilio and A Page 5 Owen both of the University of California in 1507 See Page 5 McDonald Says Another project has been pleted in theDowntown ModernL M r head of the Polargraphic InstiI Fftclr or aisiizatl0n sponsored by tute ln was listed as aUlVllIU bOSiS Elroy said the the special Chamber of Comchemistry prize armament also came inio L j of both the chemistry Xlnnfl and physics prize will be Monday by the Swed ish Academy of Heyrovsky is the father same 24 discussion in Herters office but merce committee of the he did not indicate In wnat and still another is manner it was brought h Onp of Eisenhowers objec lives in trying to improve rela completed is the tons with Russia through his front and aluminum awnings polaigraphy Dept 1lnnni meetings with Preon multiple occupancy building analyzing complicated chemical statistics again prove that stW NUdta S Khrushchev has owned by the State National solutions with the aid of miGr to move from the on East Collin Collin add back 224 add 1616 West Twelfth add 906 North Twentythree and a half build twobedroom frame Cooper and Spur lock Shoe 214 North Boa ton S500 Nolen 2010 Belclair build threebed brick new a m David 1334 West Four add ather of Of the United said teenth ethod of Friday the Labor Dents P125 progresltely behind the The low1 Segre and Chamberlain are disarmament to lower the er floor houses the Corsicanaaccredited with the discovery of enormous financial burden of Navarro County Health Departlthe antiproton the EastWest arms Thejment and SunGIo Feed United States is a negatively charged The newspaper Expressen al currently A new brick wainscoating BPend7n more than 40 billion plate glass windows have been ted space scient P on its military installed all across the front st James Ya A1 cn andutlle from the banks drivein rocket pioneer Hel mann Oberth as qualified Nobo nnv rfpfnil on out it aevoieo Lliai a OB corner with a modern a paRe to the workers have suffered an num covered awninsr c A dusirvfninnH dollars a year McElroy and Anderson exit to the Commerce street dined to go ir their They told reporters they wanted to meet with Herter from time to time as such meet Jolfn Shoe 214 and Chamberlain workers wages are not respon sible for The government report re leased Friday showed consum er price index rose threetenths of one per cent from August to a September level of The index is based on a 194749 aver Said McDonald prlzc candidatoS but It devoted the fact that steel n num covered awning Work of the iwQ Berkejey scientdustryforced payless period of Rapidly nearing competion over three months and the fact the new store front program be ing carried out Assisted by Clyde Wiethat no wage increases have Cooper and and Thomas been granted by the corpora he was secretary of McElroy and Anderson said Beaton made tions since the cost their discovery in September of living index in September Another project in the 1955 with a specially constructed rose to a new alltime high for there was nothing very unusual town district is about to get machine known as the the fourth time in the last five about cabinet members getting under way and will be announc together to talk over mattersled at an early Jack of common interest I modernization commit The or negative See Page See Page 3 See Page 5 Air Collision Kills Piloi Tanker Falls This development shatter once and for major argument used should all the by the steel corporations in refusing to negotiate a decent settlement terms with our Normaly the wages of steel workers under the expired See Page 3 Communists Due Loss At Vienna 24 T voters will elect now city parliament first since the postwar Soviet the signs are that the Commu nists might be wiped In the capitals last munlci pal in the So cialists traditionally Viennas dominating political force won 59 of 100 The Con scrvallven won the Com munists Headed by harddriving May or Franz the Socialist aim at overrunning Communist stro Jholds in workers dis The Communists have loat ground everywhere in Aus tria since thc Soviet occupation ended in aer biggest de feat came in the May 1959 na tional elections when they sur rendered their last parliamen tary Idea 24 Russians today reported plans for a huge dam in Bering Strait between Alaska and dam which they said could transform Arctic wastes into fertile Close SovietAmer ican cooperation would be needed for the Ti the Soviet news agen said the idea is for a 43mile barrier of reinforced concrete pontoons between the western Up of Alaska and the Chukchi Designs for the dam have been completed by a So viet engineer called Pyotry Borisov and details have been published in Literary Exactly how the dam would be positioned was not Fortysix miles would not be enough to bridge the 55mile gap between Chukchi Peninsula and Tass translation of the Li terary Gazette article said Eorisov maintains that the which would be 74 kilo meters would 46 miles wide separate the Chukchi Peninsula from must be consisting of ferro concrete pontoons with Such pontoons could be built on the Bering 24 UPJ A pilot was killed Friday night near in an air crash of two jet It was the second National Guard jet plane air collision within 24 Soviet and American Floated down to the Killed in his flaming F86 jet Strait and installedlwas lst LtCharles a high school Second Martin Borisov claimed that dam will make it possible to of escaped change the climate of the PoJOUs lnJUry whcn he Parachuted GENEVAt Oct 24 lar region and to convert vast the second expanses of ever frozen ground on the territory of the w Swiss Only Direct World Democracy sketch has been prepared so that none will be without some know lodge of the agencies that com prise the Community For the edification of those who still What is the Community Chest and what are the these summar ies are submitted Boy Scouts of America supervises and admin isters the charactermolding and citizenship training program of the Boy Trains and di rects volunteer provid ing adventurous and purposeful programs for Directs train ing for boys through Packs and Explorer Posts pro vides summer camps and teaches selfreliance and good citizen Camp Fire educa tional and creative leisuretime program for girls from seven to with development of indivi dual interests toward building responsibe citizens and home makers in a democratic SCR Page 9 Girt Is Made Ward Of Court For Operation 24 11 yearold Carol Krumm has to Slave brain as doctors shes going to get what ever blood transfusions she her mothers ob j illons on religious Juvenile Judpo Nathan Kaufman made Carol a ward of his court Friday on grounds that the problem is to save the girls Ho acted on a complaint of child ncfrJert against Carols Doris Krunun of Suburban a member of Jehovahs Witnesses who sail bodily intake by transfu sion wouhl violate a scriptural prohibition against eating of The complaint was brought hy a social worker at a hospital where the child was An apparent brain tumor was discovered a week ago while Carol was undergoing a routine oyo Harvey Carols wrote the court an initial operation 3s scheduled Monday to determine definitely it Carol has a Should n tumor be he Immediate major brain surgnry would bo necessary to save Carols He said neith er operation could he under Precisiontimed state police raids in more than a score ot upstate communities were hail ed by a top crime buster today as a powerful blow against organized gambling situation in the disputed border areas where 17 Indian policemen were reported slain by Chinese Reds this week is causing grave Prime Minister Nehru declared I HAVANA Oct Wife Of Jailed Province Chief Blasts Premier Cuban Air Force 24 slipped past patrols and Havana with more in New Approximately 200 force be met with The situation has caused is continuing to cause grave anantigovernment leaflets he told a news confer Tlle aerial raids were the lat But I do not say there cst in a series that began Wed trooperalwIU be war with China on this nesdav b into 79 and lottery establishments in 29 cities and villages Friday and arrested 142 touring Prime Minister said It was the largest raid of its We will defend our territory kind over made in this our prestige and a day that brought the most violent show of op Later in a speech in this to Fidel Castro 40 miles from New Delhi the c took over the Cuban gov Ttfnttr this said Chairman John Ryan of thc State Investigation He described the foray as a blow against me Troopers made their biggest haul in the states sec ond largest They took 86 persons into but had booked only 60 by early Most of the 60 were charged with conducting a a Other cities hit in the 3 crackdown included Niagara Al Schenectady and Tho raiders swooped candy beauty newspaper apartmen ernment New Years Denounced Castro charged that Even if there are bf ine united States carried out is not the way to solve it regre should See Page 10 Two Killed And 11 Injured In Houston Crash the He denounced failing to halt He is expected to take quick advantage of a Federal Bu reau of Investigation report Fri day that former Cuban revolu tionary Air Force Chief Pedro Diaz Lanz admitted flying a leaflet plane over HavanaWed The disclosure Is expected to bring new and stronger U K and private Eleven persons were Francis McGarvey Killed were Mrs of the said the raidsLaco 67 of brokethe back of a gambling Lettcne Jackson 15 sjiidicate that spread into sev era states j Hospitalized In Houston were Through the he and Mrs Edward cooksev bookies who had received bets nnd 30n and three on a particular sports of Texas students Charges Castro 3Ured LIa Lan2 now Cyha See Page 3 Sec Page 5 Scientist Says Sun s agnetic Dade Officials Skeptical Of Origin Field Revers 24 The suns polnr magnetic field apparently influenced forces still unknown to man has reversed a solar scientist What does this moan I 24 Harold who President Eisenhower will Vincent Jesse Ed and Thomas all of Highway Patrolmen said tho auto carrying the university students to Houston and a plck countya chief lawman rb irrs unauthorized flights to Cuba begin Collins Friday night said Flor ida authorities had offered to cooperate with the State De partment in Washington In prob ing reports that planes from Florida dropped leaflets on the Cuban The FBI In Washington nam Sec Page 9 Ike Will End Sunless Golf en d Pedro Diaz for reported the can his Georgia vacation Sunday offer only educated afternoon and return to He believes the sun reverses without a peck mcr hcad of Cuban Premier it field coinciding at thc HUH five clays dcl Castros Air as the with what ho terms a 22year Press Secretary James Haman who dropped the leaflets magnetic this gerty announced the President At Diaz cant bo confirmed because inplans to start back to the cap strumcnts capable of detecting tal by plane about tho shifts have been in use only The flight north takes See Page declined comment on the Sheriff Thomas Kelly said seven He said it was not about one hour and 45 Collins would have his known previously that the sun Eisenhower came to Augu He added Wo could reverse its ta Wednesday for promised have been working with federal Hancock hna been obscrvsunny weather for He authorities for some time to ing the suns magnetic field said after arriving that he has make certain no qnnh since 1952 at tho Halo Solar developed chronic bronchitis took place f from Laboratory at Palomar Qhscrvaand so seeks tho sunshine sKf of the worlds largest whenever canSo far he hasLIPI f I t j a i 1 v Dade 200inch t optical had nothing hut rain and mur that He said earth newer has known to rnverse its magnetic If it he all compiiHS needles would swing P Pago 3 See Page 3 UP The colhslon occurred after the Ianes took off from Hm Switzerland elects a new parlia ment this weekend after an election campaign as calm and Vfc Tl T tltJ C4U L4 the and Canada into ferAir sober as the Swiss have man tile He way said it would work this were Wyoming Guard Air National aged to keep them for decades though theres a woman Thecrash late Thursday th scnate race should neutral t of the East reenland and other cold cur involving four men in twin jet Scorpions the eflnappicr two each had a The four men had bailed out from Oregon Air National Guard pumped from the p after one nosed up into belly of the Both nes plunged to earth from Arctic to the Pacific Ocean feet above the fogshroud would neutralize cold current ed slopes of which would be unable to meet 50 miles east of here and mix with the gulf Rescue teams and hunters found the four at the foot Simultaneously these pumps Three had to climb out would step up the influx of the Of trees after their chutes snag warm gulf stream on one 100 feet gulf stream would pass unham pered throgh the Arctic ocean giving oif its As a Borisov A See DAMt Page 5 for the first time in More than candidates from eight political parties are competing for the 196 scats in the republics national council lower In many of the countrys 22 cantons several hun morc are running for vacant seats in the 44member state council Firebrand oratory is frowned upon in The Swiss have a high Jiving no All 24 aboard Parliaments authority isValways checked by ILT1 All nine men aboard aj F f5i i tu crippled KB50 tanker dc I See Page 3 racy and the final sa emoc say on every Important on the national in cantonal mat ters and in the affairs in his home town or Swiss political experts even claim the voters often slap down useful proposals just to show them their dissatisfaction and their The main parties are the So cial Democrats with 53 seats in the old the Radical conservative socialist party with and the CatholicCon servatives with Communist seats dropped from 7 in 1947 to 5 in 1951 and 4 In About 70 per cent of an esti mated eligible voters are expected at the The Swiss men are looking suspiciously at the canton of where Communist dentist Marceline Mievllle of Lausanne Is a candidate for the upper The men do not give her much See Page 9 led the flight that leaflets against Castro in ht did emanate questioned Diaz Lanz tho FBI 24 not only on The man who once led the Cuban air force for Fidel Castro Asked whcthcr had Io0ked tho FBI vana the FBI vcalcd Agents This latent adventure in the in Miami life of Pedro Diaz Lanz and he admitted to the FBI was reported by tho FBI in rethat he headed the spouse to questions Friday He was the Instigator of the He would not comment whole a spokesman on the but it is known Diaz Lanz laughed at Castros that the leaflets bore his signaclaim that thc leaflet planes turc dropped bombs on The FBIs account will who were killed and ably stir even more fervor Into wounded were hit by wild fire Castros denunciations of the irresponsible soldiers at United His governmentKnc antiaircraft guns and by is expected to Increase demands nntlCastro people driving that tho United States take through the he steps lo prevent unfriendly He anld the antiaircraft guns flights to roof tops were aimed too low who fought with and the buljets spattered Into Castro to overthrow the Cuban tho fitrecta regime of Kulgencio Regarding tho second Castro quit us head of tho air force Dla Lanz quoted June He fled to Florida by a television station as Trov Castro a In lieard thafc the planes i Premier Fidel turil Castro called him a traitor did not bombs on Castro raweshm arms to words as he appears hfta charged that the Thcrc w in o talrttriumrt in TJinn nn iiii if I LIIUL tiic j t fcw whether the Justice CASTRO THREATENS OP In a lelevbilon speech in Castro threatened his opposiWcdnesdav attack with mlhtia in a speech which included he strongest attack from the United Stat he has ever delivered against the United AP that the plane dropped as launched ldlcation He asoDcparlmcnt would any See DIAZ Page 5   

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