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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - October 26, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHEB LOCAL lair through Tuesday cooler tonight and Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 I 11 12 II Z 68 74 73 79 80 81 82 Complete Weather Report on Market MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW 26 general governments trade CHICAGO lower late unfavorable harvest with to 50 cents lower top ter steers steady to 25 cents lower top LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS 121 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Kaiser Negotiates Independent Of Steel Institute 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 Cubans Swarm Havana To Answer Castro Call BIG MILITIA URGED FOR PROTECTION AntiAmerican Demonstrations Are Anticipated 26 swarmed into Havana from the provinces today in answer to Fidel Castros call for a pro test by a million voices against foreign aggression from the United A labor leader declared Cuba should arm 000 workers for Piirjrn Urged Among the first arrivals for demonstration was a machete a group of about 25 men banging on tin cans and frying pans with longbladed sugar cutting One of the first placards to appear said Sweep the dust off the firing This was taken to mean that Castro should reinstate the fir ing squads for a continued purge of the The bearded prime minister 4 addresses a mammoth meeting this afternoon on Cuban de mands that the United States prevent antiCastro Cubans in Florida from sending planes over Cuba to drop arms and antigovernment Stage Shutdown The Cuban confederation of labor set the It ordered work shutdown at Havana and three a general noon in neighboring provinces to See Page 14 as Advisory Board Quits k Hull 13 members of the Inter national Development Advisory West Studies New Soviet Arms Plan WEAROLD ANGUS BOY KILLED BY TRACTOR FALL RIDING ON boxshaped machine kicks up a cloud of dust as it rises off the ground on a selfproduced cushion of air during demon stration at the James Forrestal Research Center at Princeton The built for the Army by National Research Associates of College is reported capable of moving up a seven per cent Operated by Ralph it rose 15 inches off the ground during the AP Wirephoto Anthony Lenn three earold son of and Route vas dead on arrival at Me norial Hospital of head injuries ate Sunday His death is the llth traffic atality in Navarro county for his The youngster with two old r brothers is reported to have een riding on the hood of an Olivettractor operated by the ather on a service road on In erstate 45 about when Workable Gas Bill Urged 26 UP A Texas congressman suggested today that gas producers and interstate suppliers get together and place before Congress a workable gas Bruce Alger said he has reports of increas ing diversion of gas to intrastate consumers because of utility type federal controls over pro ducers selling wholesale to inter state transmission The Dallas Republican told the annual meeting of the In of America IPAA such as intra state trend poses the possibility of inadequate supplies to serve mounting numbers of interstate Its obvious another effort Texas leads On Interstate Roads appointed last February by President quit today in a bit of huff be cause Congress refused them imoney for President Eisenhower accept W ed with regret the resignation of the which was headed by Harry Bullis of Minneapol retired chairman of the board of General The board was set to look into the way the International Co operation Administration ad ministers foreign aid and to make recommendations to the President and the Congress knocked out of the foreign aid appropri ation a item for the boards including per diem for members when they were on board So the members submitted blanket writing to Eisenhower It is our opinion that the board would be seriously handi capped by the clear intent of the Congress not to support The members said also they think the president would be handicapped in carrying out any proposals the board might In individual letters to the board members Eisenhower said they had served in an im See Page 2 must be made within the in dustrv to get together on a ail gabs Alger Russell IPAA general counsel from told the independents congres sional action is the only prac tical solution for the gas pro Corrective legislation should be pursued with all the vigor we he The independents also heard an1 optimistic forecast for 1960 See GAS Page 14 Nexia Attorney Is Found Dead 26 City William Wallace a prominent lawyer here since was found dead 26 ionstruction was in progress on miles of the interstate riighway system on September the Federal Bureau of pub lic roads reported The cost of this construction estimated at of which the federal govern ment pays 80 per The bureau said that since July 1956 construction has 7een completed on miles of he system at a cost of In it had been author ized or spent for preliminary engineering work and acquisi tion of During the bureau initial construction con tracts were awarded on proj ects involving 149 miles of the interstate system at an estimat ed cost of 88 million Also during the 10 mil lion dollars worth of engineer ing and rightofway acquisi tion were Construction contracts were completed during September on 333 miles of the highway at a cost of 182 million Work under way on in bed Mason tonio at the was in bedside San An of their only Don Ferguson of San Mason moved here from San Angelo during the oil He had been active in state demo cratic political circles and had frequently been a member of the city council and school His Mason of also Funeral arrangements are Marshall Revealed All Bombs Dropped 26 America had only two atomic bombs when the decision was made to drop them on Japan in World War according to a posthumously published inter view with George The magazine News and World article possible way to save American he I heard all kinds of discussions on how we should use the first Some wanted to drop it on the Sea of Japan in a copyrighted said Marshall granted the interview to one of its John in 1954 and 1955 with the under standing it would not be pub Jished until after his The soldierdiplomat died Marshall said in the interview that Americas military leaders had no idea of the destructive 7 power of the Abomb until one was exploded in New Mexico on July And even after he there was no clear cut plan on how to use the new When we got the bombs we had to use them in the best But we didnt would work in know how it It might be a or get out of We just didnt Others wanted to drop it in a rice paddy to save the lives of But we only had and the situation demanded shock After using the two bombs against there would be nothing in Marshall said the Joint Chiefs of Staff didnt want the Pacific theater commanders to become too optimistic about the so it was kept secre from them until the last Douglas Al lied Supreme Commander in the Southwest wasnt told about the new weapon until just before the bombs were sent to See Page 14 New Synthetic Oral Penicillin To Be Tested Oct first synthetic penicil more deadly to germs but safer for humans than natura should be in doctors hands in a few it was announced The new penicillin apparently destroys germs which have be come resistant to the old peni causes fewer clanger ous It can be taken by mouth anc is so powerful that it promises to make penicillin shots obso reported Amel Men vice president and scientific director of Bristol Laboratories The new called Syn is a stripped clown ver 30 under ram for the federal aid improvement of pro pri mary and secondary highway systems and their urban exten sions involved miles of The federal government expects to pay of the total Since July the bureau construction contracts completed under this program involved miles of roads See Page 2 Staff To Make Texas Rivers Study planning party leader for the Soil Conservation and his staff will em bark on a study of the basins of Texas eight rivers starting Thigpin said Monday that the special detail will take 14 to 18 The will work in cooperation with the Corps of Army Engineers and Bureau of Reclamation on a control study and information secured will be submitted to the Study a special body appointed by the Other members of the planning whore headquarters has been in Corsicana since planning parties were activated in are William Post and William Thirpin described the project as a prevention river basin Members of the party will continue to work out of Corsi cana and the local office wilt be All survey crews located in the Corsicnna area will remain In tact hut will be under the super vision of Joe planning party leader at Fort Worth Jn the Thigpin came to Corsicana as an employe of the Depart See Page 14 sion of natural a new chemical penicillin with body Largescale clinical trials wil be made on the new antibiotic in the hope of confirming pre liminary At present this evidence indi cates the drug does not produce as many dangerous side effects as shots of the natural penicil Physicians have become wary of antibiotics because the life of the treated patient is some times threatened by se vere skin complicat ing infections and so Early evidence also shows See Page 2 List N JC Homecoming Plans Father Of Treasury Chief Critically Hurt 2fi UP father of Secretary of the Treasury Rob ert was Injured in traffic accident Sunday and reported in critical condition Anderson underwent brain surgery this The surgeon As a re suit of an Ander son suffered a hemorrhage in side the This was relievec by an The hemor rhage was topped the do His condition is re as The treasury1 secretary flew from Washington to be with his The elder Anderson first was reported in fair His wife suffered minor bruises when their car and an other collided at a highwaji intersection 15 miles north of The Andersons live at Godley 10 miles northwest of Cleburne Chesi Meeting Slated Tuesday Community Chest campaigi officials are hopeful of Inrgi increase in new contribution being reported at Tuesday progress breakfast as the drivi goes into its final The breakfast will be at In the Nnvarro Hotel Caclu Room for all divisions exccp Residential which checkup at a the Womens will hold Its coffee session at Kinsloe As of last approximate ly remained to be raised to meet the LAWYER WEDS JURY LAS Lawyer and Vivian Jury were married here Sunday Hes shes and theyre both from DCS Iowa Lawyers occupation you guessed Hes an No Texas Labor Pledged Johnson By DAVE CI1KAVENS 26 UP Organ ized labor dorse the Is not ready to Lyndon Johnson en for president its leader ship said in an official report to Texas state AFLCIO union Reporters who road signifi cance into the presence of two top labor chieftains at the recent LBJ Ranch goingaway party for the President of Mexico missed the the headquar ters report issued 23 The burden of the message to the unions some of which were disturbed at the stories printed following Johnsons Pedernales River barbecue was that labor decides how it is going to vote by democratic processes and not by rulings from its This correspondents inter pretation of Johnsons special effort to recognize AFLCIO President Jerry Holleman and Secretary Treasury Fred was that it was an ef fort by the senator to encourag support from organized laboi This interpretation did not sa the strategy would The new official report on bors position in Johnsons hi for reelection RS senator an on the presidential boom push ed by Speaker Sam Raybur follows an earlier slap at John It was distributed to Texa unions in the AFLCIO repot of 11 in a paragraph head ed LBJ all the way In connection with comment on Bill prov sions which take immediate el the report said There is would like he child turned to look ost his balance and fell from he with one of the vheels passing over his The father finally attracted a mssing Howard who sped the hild to Memorial hospital vhere he was pronounced dead n Knight and his sons were en oute to a store and were rid ng the tractor since his auto nobile is reported to have been iut of Marshall Couch and Bob Par state highway nvestigated the accident and it occurred miles south f at Sun Funeral services will be See Page 2 much to say more about we the story of how LandrumGriffin was maneuvered through the These are things which are perhaps best left to be said at our next state COPE Child Attacker Escapes Secures Gun Oct 26 JFi Admitted rapist Ronald Lee broke out of jail to day and later stole two one containing a shotgun and am the Missouri High way Patrol released from the fed era prison at Atlanta less than two weeks and anothe prisoner punched a hole through the roof to make their The escape was not discoverec until about 8 several hour nfter the former convict and his companion gained their free The patrol said the pair stol i car Ht later abandoned t at Warrcnton and stole an other there which contained the shotgun and The patrol assigned a number of officers to the search fo Wolfe and the other prisonei William Countj authorities throughout the area wore Wolfe was held on a chargi of raping an 8yearold Troy gir eight clays ago after luring he away from a church picnic will an offer of The hysteri cal child was released near Troy two hours The slender of Mobile wns captured the nex day at the end of a deadenc street In Hannibal after a wile chase through northeastern Mis Offirers said he admitted raping the He waived pre liminary hearing last week anc was ordered held without boni for trial in Circuit Court 14 A third William John told authorities Buf who had been giver the feeclom of the Jail run See Page 6 Alert Brothers Assist Capture Maine Rapist 2C alert brother farmers Ir this little Berkshire town lei to the capture today of excon vict Rodney sough for more than a week for nbduction of a 14yearold Main baby Alnn and his broth gave Austin i short ride along the Mohawl Trail after he had walked out o the woods and hailed Three state the guns trapped Austin in woods a hort time after Alan Poirot telephoned Austin is accused of abdictin Sharon from a Damnr home 17 a she was baby sitting for thre The girl told authorities Aus tin raped her repeatedly clurin six days of She was released early las Friday at the Vt home of Austins Aus tin was he object of a Man hunt throughout Vermont th rest of the His wrncke automobile was found Fritla night in Cyril stafc police said Austi Theme for the Navarro Junior lollege Homecoming celebration aturday is Fourteen Years of This Is in keeping with the ollege official From he progress of the to the romise of the which vas adopted by the entire stu ent body in the spring of his Is the slogan as submitted iy Jerry a student from To Reveal Queen One of the highlights of the ntire celebration is the selection f the Homecoming who iill be revealed at the half ime ceremonies of the Navarro Ranger football contest Satur The Queen will be crowned iy the president of the Student ouncll and presented a nock ace and a bouquet of All of the nominees and their scorts will be on the field when he announcement is The Homecoming events will ilart with a 10 coffee in he college Following his is the downtown parade of the 17 decorated con ertibles and Queen nominees See TEXAS Page 14 admitted his Homecoming the lactus Room dinner in the Na Hotel the 8 football encounter and the closing in the Student Union Parade Routn The parade will start at Main and Third avenue and take a route down Main street anc across CoIIin to Beaton and up that Seventeen clubs are sponsoring decorated converti bles with each clubs nominee for the Queen honor riding in See Page 2 Start OneWay Traffic Flow Bowie School Corsicana were warned Monday by Police Chief Massey that enforcement was begun Monday today on the newly inaugurated oneway traffic flow on the one block Lexington Drive parallel with Bowie school and a segment of North Twentyfourth In line with recom mendations of tho City Plan ning and Zoning Commission and patrons of the Bowie schoo the city commission adopt ed an ordinance making Lexing ton Drive a oneway street go ing west from Bowie Drive ovei to North Twentyfourth street and Twentyfourth street one way going south from Its June ture with Beverly Drive at the Lexington intersection to Bow ie Drive on school days only between the hours of m and City street crews installed the signs Saturday proclaiming the oneway traffic for the designat ed hours on school anc Chief Massey said all officers were notified early Monday to begin immediate enforcement of the new UNITED five western representatives for the new disarmament negotiations called a private meeting today to dis cuss Soviet Deputy Foreign Min ister Vasily Kuznetsovs la test formula for a UN disarma ment The western conferees are Italy ind the United They vill sit with Czecho Romania and he Soviet Union on the East West committee that will tack i the disarmament problem in cneva next Kuznetsovs made o Ambassador Henry iabot Lodge three clays is a rewrite of some of the words resident Eisenhower and Pre mier Nikita Khrushchev put nto their communique 27 umming up their The Soviet Union and the United States are trying to agree on a disarmament resolu lon they can sponsor jointly in he UN But the So Met Union wants the Assembly o endorse Khrushchevs new plan for complete disarmament n four The United States does not want the Assembly to favor any one of the pending disarmament proposals but to send them all to the 10nation See ARMS Page 2 TO Suprenm Court Justice John E Hickman announced in Austin that he is The justice is almost AP Wire photo Some Surprise Is Anticipated By Khrushchev 26 Khrushchev was back it Moscow today after two months almost continually on the road preaching peace and selling The Soviet premier returnee yesterday from an unadver tised weeklong visit to Roman officially described as a va His trip to the Baikal satellite wasnt disclosed unti ne left It climaxed a worldgirdling tour that began In the United and took him to Rod China and barnstorming through Siberia to make bin one of the most traveled states man of the The bouncy 65yearold pre See Page 14 Africa Hoping For Help 26 President Sekou Toure of thi Republic of Guinea arrived lion today and said millions in Africa hope the United States will heir them to live in freedom arid tc forget hunger and thi hardships of their The 37yearold African lead er stressed in his remark a National Airport that he express ed not only his own country desire for n better life but wai the spokesman ot an emcrglnp Toure is the guest of Preslden SOLID FRONT IS BROKEN BY ACTION Court Decision Due Tuesday Is Spur To Talks 26 The Kaiser Steel break ng away from Industrywide no gotiations in the 104day steel began separate ncgotia ions with the United Steel vorkcrs Union today and ex ressed optimism on chances or Edgar the com panys board told sure Im vhen he was asked whether he expected an But dont talk as If weve got t Denis With McDonald His statement followed a morning of direct negotiation with David steel vorkers union general presi and Arthur the jnlons general at vhich Jack Kaiser pros Leaving a hotel suite where he had talked with union ne otiators this Kaiser said the negotiations would re sume after a luncheon Company sources described he morning sessions as prel but said bargaining on actual Issues was set for 3 Knlser Smiling Smiling Kaiser told See Page 6 Appeal Is Due t From Tuesday Court Decision Oct 28 Circuit Court of Appeals ruling on whether strik ing steehvorkers must return to work under a TaftHartley Injunction will he given at about EST Thn decision will not bo re leased to the until I I5 In announcing this the court clerk gave no reason for tho 15miu uto It means that although tho doclsion will be available to tho press nt 4 it may not he printed in newspapers or broadcast The court clerk for the Third Ida Cres made the announcement on behalf of Chief Justice John Biggs and Judges William Hastie and Herbert The three heard argument last Crcskoff originally told the press only that the deci sion was expected about 4 The timing is a half hour after tho closn of tho New York Stoclt It was believed extra 45 minutes were lo go beyond the closing of Midwestern ex Court actions In these CMIHCH have had imme diate depressing or invigorat ing reactions In tho various See Page 2 Continuing Physics Monopoly 26 UP1 Two American atomic scientists today were awarded tho 1959 Nobe physics prize for the dis covery of the prov ing that matter exists in two us physics particles and anti winners are Ital ianborn Emilio and Owen born in San Both are at tached to the University of Cal ifornia at The chemistry prize this year was awarded to Jaroslaw a 68yearold It was the first Nobel award ever made to Heyrovsky WHS developing the honored for polarographlc method of rapidly analyzing the precise chemical composition of complicated It has been particularly valuable in the field of Sereg and Chamberlain are the 17th and 18th Americans to win the Nobel physics They will divide The Swedish which prizes provided by of the Academy awards of tho the inventor late Alfred said the discovery of tho American nuclear physicists was one of cosmic Using the giant atomsmash ing bevatron at they found that by clashing their newly discovered antiproton and a proton both dis solved into From their research they worked up a theory of an antl built up of antimatter atoms and subatomic particles spinning in reverse orbit to those of the world we It is a the should the two worlds ever the theory they would both be annihilated in See Page 2 negative mirror image of known atomic and   

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