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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - October 27, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Wednesday cooler tonight with low in lower 40s warmer Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 II 2 48 49 51 54 56 57 58 Complete Weather Report on Market ilHemtof tht Daily Sun and SernlWoUy Morning Ujhtjf LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW ed space nge issues governments trade CHICAGO scatter ed mill and export nearby months with to 50 cents lower top Cuttle steers steady top AP TELEMATS 122 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS McDonald Signs Second Smaller Steel Maker Tr Strong Protest Due On Castro Attack NARROW Trooper Gene who witnessed the avalanche that thundered 4 down the mountainside near Franconia looks over his patrol car trapped in de bris from a Meier escaped the ava lanche when the road collapsed under his car and he barely climbed out to AP Wire l Britain Eyes More Gambling 27 Minister Harold Macmillans government told Parliament to day of plans to liberalize Brit ains gambling Presum ably it be done through the establishment of betting shops operating as openly as This was among legislative proposals in Queen Elizabeths speech at the formal opening of the Parliament elected The speech was prepared for the Queen by the Be cause she is expecting a baby in she did not attend the opening In the red and gilt House of Lords and Vis count the Lord Chan read the speech for The government promised that a bill will be introduced to amend and modernize the law on betting and which already is much more lenient than the legislation in moriAmerican Details were not spelled Government sources privately that betting shops for cash wagering will be As many as may be established in Such legislation probably would stir up strong opposition from church Heated de bates in Parliament are expect The governments aim is to kill the business of the small street corner gamblers and non licensed horse parlor operators who take illegal cash Britons of all classes have no difficulty now in getting down a But as things stand the welltodo make off course bets on horse and dog races on credit legally while the poorer sections of the community break the law by dealing with the cash opera At present cash where See Page 7 In the four remaining days of this ending the Corsicana Community Chest has the task of raising one fourth of the goal it has taken four weeks to attain the first threequarters of the With the announcement at Tuesday mornings report breakfast that efforts to date have only accounted for Campaign Chest Must Raise Fourth In 4 Days RELATIONS DAMAGED BY HARANGUE Expect Cabinet Will Revive Old Military Courts 27 Minister Fidel Castros latest ntiAmerican attacks at a mass ally were expected to bring a trong protest from the overnment Ambassador Philip Bon al scheduled a conference with resident Osvaldo Dorticos to iscuss recent the State Department phras d But Informed sources were Tiore Big Base Involved They said Bonsai was expected o tell the Cuban government hat Castros anti American such as he deliver d in a threehour harangue at Monday nights are ser ously damaging relations be ween the two Among other Castro ilnted the United States might te asked to clear out of its big naval base at Guantanamo in lastern Bonsai left the embassy at loon for his talk with the presi The Cuban cabinet plans ate afternoon Firing Squads Due After the cabinet Castro is expected to announce he revival of military courts and firing squads to deal with nemies of his revolutionary re Gales Lashing West Europe 27 with hurricaneforce gusts tore across Britain whipping up high seas and leaving half a dozen ships in the gales blew in store windows on the south coast and tore down trees and Many highways were blocked by fallen trees in and the west Several rail lines also were Electricity was cut in many Air line service in and out of Lon don was on With the winds came heavy rain causing minor washouts and floods up to 18 inches In 80mile winds whip ped around the Eiffel Northern France residents bund led up in mufflers dodged falling tree limbs and broken Hagle declared that the cam paign volunteers have got to get out and push and work like they have never worked befon in this drive to make the goal in the few days remaining CoChairman Hagle said i had been reemphasized repeat edly during this campaign tha the reason last years drlvt failed to reach the same goal was due to the fact tha at the end of the campaign pe riod 29 per cent of the origina contact cards had never been Chest President Floyd Smitl revealed at the breakfast mo ments earlier that this a this 33 per cent of th cards have not been processed we have unti Friday at the lates to get the There are som workers who have five card and who havent touched them A worker who has thos unworked cards is whipped be fore he even now at thi late and he is ashamei and is going to try to hide ou and hide his cards W have got to get those card back one way or am those of us here who are willing to work in this effort take thos untouched cards and get ou and push to the very limit if w are to Hagle declarec He said he was not willing nor did he feel those with th campaign at to allow th campaign to fall to reach it See Page 11 India Accepts Prisoner Offer NEW 27 today accepted Red Chinas offer to hand over 10 Indian policemen captured last week in a clash on the remote A government spokesman said the Indian ambassador to Pei ping has asked the Red Chinese to name a place and date for transfer of the prisoners in the Ladakh region bordering The bodies of nine Indian po licemen killed in the same en counter with Chinese troops will be turned over at the same The spokesman said It was assumed the transfer will take place near the scene of the It appeared certain the place of transfer will be a touchy is Red China claims the re gion where the encounter occur India says the area is 40 miles inside Indian Indias acceptance of the offer I followed Peipings announcement that Red China wants to settle its border dispute with New Delhi Peiping called on India to maintain the long existing status quo between the two na but made clear it does not want India interfering with Communist troops operating in territory India claims as its A statement from the Red Chinese Foreign broad cast by Peiping flatly dis agreed with Prime Minister Nehrus charges that the Chinese had occupied some square miles of Indian territory bor dering on Tibet in the Ladakh sector of Kashmir State and in the northeast frontier Peiping charged instead that the Indians had invaded and occupied many places which have always belonged to China and have up to now failed to withdraw from them in disre gard of the repeated demands of the Chinese The Chinese said that al though they did not recognize the British McMahon drawn in 1914 between India and Chinese frontier guards had never crossed the The Chinese also disputed In dias charge that Chinese troops had ambushed an Indian patrol 40 miles inside Indian territory in the Ladakh area Pei ping claimed that more than 70 Indian troops encircled a Chi nese patrol who were compara lively few in number and open ed fire on the Chinese in China Nine Indians were killed in the seven were taken pris and the Indian govern ment says another is Peipings statement admittei that its forces suffered fewe casualties than the Indians In the clash in Ladakh and als in another 25 but in ex planation generally speak ing the offensive side alway suffers more casualties than th defensive The number of Chinese killei or wounded was not Peiping said it is ready to re turn the prisoners taken on Oc 21 as well as three Indians cap tured while on patrol in th area the day It said th dead Indians had been buriec but their bodies would be hand ed over whenever the Indian In New the Indian gov ernment refused to commen formally on the Chinese offer but a government source sal See Page 2 Russians Unveil Record Budget Defend Depletion Allowance MORE CONTACTS SLATED DETENTION DAM PROGRAM By CLYDK MURRAY Dally Sun Staff Flood detention dam programs on the Onion and Waxahachie creeks are mak ing the NavarroEllisJohnson county area one of the most fortified in the it was learned planning leader for the Soil Conservation Serv reported that three dams un Castro told tlhe cheering thuiAnds at nights See Pag7 7 Soviets Boast Lunik Photos HistoryMaking 27 Soviet Union boasted today that Lunik Ills history making transmission of pictures of the hidden side of the moon heralds photographic surveys of the planets the official Soviet news said the successful op eration of the space vehicle and Its picture taking apparatus opens up broad prospects for studying the planets A Soviet Vasiliy Lo said Luniks transmis Mating Public Data On Cancer Saving Lives By ALTON BLAKESLEE NEW 27 Public knowledge about cancer is helping save lives from the a cancer statistician said Cure rates have gone up in recent more lives could be saved If people with high risks of cancer had regu lar said Guy ler Statis tlcal Research for the Ameri can Cancer Cancer risks vary greatly with occupation and even he told the societys annual Some high risk groups alrcadj are known and research can pin point he Such per sons then could pay especial at tention to checkups and suspi cious signs for earlier detection of w h I c h generally means best chance of Dr Hammond Citing he said men over 65 are more prone to can cer of the Some studies indicate that women who die not breastfeed their babies maj be more prone to breast cance than women who And can cer of the skin and cancer o the cervix appear to be highe in Southern slates than else sion of its moon shot augurated the most has in perfect method of studying planets through rocket The world got its first look today at the far side of the Photographs released Monday night indicate the area is covered mostly with moun Tass with only a few of the craters that pock mark the side the earth First reports indicated the hid den side of the earths natural See Page 7 12TH WRECK VICTIM NEW UP crash of a truck and a bus in North has claimed its 12th Dorothy criti cally burned in the died in Peters Hospital Mon Ten of her fellow students at Trenton State College and a professor lost their lives in the Most people are far more in See CANCER Page 2 Students Suing ChieiOtPolice LITTLE 2 teenagers arreste in a segregationist disturbanc near Central High School Aug 12 have sued Police Chief Eu gene Each is askin for alleged violation o civil The suits were filed in federa court Monday by the parents o Calvin 18 Charles Jame and Leon Amis segregation 1st represents all three He previously filed two suits against for tw women who also claimed the rights were violated by police a the Smith denied the charges and askci that they be er one contract are under con traction on Mill They are Site located on he MooreBradley and Wilson arm above Mllford Site lo ated on the Mike and Millie Leonard ranch and Site ocated on the Whitten Also under construction on Will creek are Sites 99 and 101 bolh under one contract and ocated on the West and Hooser arm northwest of Frost and the farm also northwest of At the Tic Tac Toe ranch northwest of Site 102 is nearing completion and on the Dean and Nichols farm north See Page 2 Paper Reports Trujillo Faces Finance Crisis NEW 27 TheNew York Times reporte today that diplomatic observer Generalissimo Rafael Tru iillos dictatorial hold on th Dominican Republic is threat ened by a serious governmcn financial The Times said Trujillo ap to have deeply injured th Dominican economy by heav riurchnses of arms abroad t arotect his regime from Inva aions from The Times reported Trujillo severely strained th Treasury with his 1955 inter national which was a flop and with the purchase of Ih West Indies Sugar in Since his avowed enemy Fide lastro won control in neighboi ing Cuba last Trujillo ha been buying arms heavily wher ever he could get Wit the regular government budge at 150 million dollars for 195 during the first six months o the year he admittedly spent million dollars on defense in ex See Page 2 New York To Subsidize Tilt NEW 27 The Army will receive from the City of New York to playing its football game agalns the Air Force in Yankee Stadium II was learned loday that Ma yor Robert Wagner author ized the payment last April on grounds the game would bring almost nine million dollars into the It is the firsl lime in Ihe citys history thai lax money was paid lo a parlinipant lo bring a sport ing event Without the cash from Ihe Ihe game would have been played in Philadelphia or 27 oil conomist said today reduction the industrys depletion tax lowance would force a wave f liquidations by oil and gas Lowell Stanley of Beverly said cutting the 712 per cent rate also would ause waste of vital human re ources for exploration and de Stanley told the concluding ession of the 30th annual meet ng of the Independent Petro eum of America the urrent tax allowable takes a ilddle ground between econom c value and historic And the depletion recog ilzed is substantially below th depletion he said This is why today almost al 11 properties are worth more n the hands of anyone else ban the original discoverer am The House Ways and Mean committee next month is to be gin a comprehensive study o pportunities for constructiv reform of the federal Incom Included will b learings on percentage deple and exploration and de In view of the debates on dc pletlon in the last session o longress and the determine fforts of some th See Page 13 Miami Opens All Recreation Units To Negroes 27 amis city manager today thre city swimming parks an all other recreational facilitic open to City Manager Ira Willards un expected ruling came in a con ference with the Theodor President of the Mian Branch of the National Asai for the Advancement of Colore Gibson told the city manage the issue had been delayed a long as We know this Is not easy to he told but 11 ing In itself Is not City William Pallo told Willard there was no diffe once between such public facil ties as pools and buse and other properties which th Supreme Court has rule must be opened to In other said Willan I have no choice but to gran their NAACP request The attorney said that the The integration Willar to seven pool tennis courts an dozens of Gibson said NAACP membei would do everything they cou to avoid any We have a great feeling o moral ho Senator Suggests Mailing Facsimile Letters Tested 27 Post office engineers are test ing a facsimile mail service de signed for almost instant trans mission of letter lexis from coast to Postmasler General Arlhur Summerfield said so today in a cauliously worded state ment replying to Re ports had been circulating among delegates to a national postmasters convention here that such a device Summerfield said the ment Is experimenting with many things to provide a more rapid postal service and as serted Facsimile mail service Is onr of the programs under consid It Is still in the re development and experi mental When the tests on facsirnlla mail transmittal are the results and recommenda tions of this department will be made Summerfield and his top as sistants declined lo answer any queslions about the re ported to be based on electron ic scanning of an open flashing the text lo any desti nation at lightning Delegates to the postmasters convention heard that the posl office believes this kind of open lelter service could even tually be provided at less than the sevencenl airmail The report on the post of fice project followed by one day an announcement by West ern Union Telegraph that it will make an intercity facsi mile service available to the general public In five cities ef fective This service also involves an electric eye scanning device providing facsimile transmis sion between New York Los An geles and San This device transmits full page lettersize drawings and The rates range from to a The office reports about the device followed a post ventlon address by Summer field in which he said that al though many mechanical mar vels are now being introduced into the postal thin modernization is still in its in He added I am not given to stargaz ing nor am I much of an un realistic but there are some things in the future that will amaze See Page 2 27 UP The oviet government today unveil d the biggest budget in its his with spending increased for most everything except de Deputy Finance Minister asilli Garbuzov told mem ers of the Supreme Soviet le nations evenue would be ubles and expenditures leaving a surplus f Defense expenditures were set t rubles exactly he same as last whicl leans the percentage of the udget devoted to defense has dually been At the official exchange rate lie ruble is worth 25 Bu t is difficult to fix the exac efenso expenditure since somi military items may be listed un er civilian Rocke for may comi the heading of sclentlfli The total government expend See Page 7 Highway Patrol Collars Woman Hostage 27 UP Highway Patrol cruiser to day rammedan automobile 1 which an armed youth held woman captiyn and ended bullet puncture Sequoyah County Sheriff Floyd Identified the boy tu harlcs David Po The youth was jaile Sinclair seized after try ng to run a patrol roadbloc north of Warner on Hlgl ivay In his car was Su Tackett who work n her parents cafe Sh was Earlier Sinclair had force Lcfloro County Deputy Sherlf Charlie Lovett at rifle point t drive him for some 30 minute from Arkoma on the Arkansa Oklahoma border through Foi Smith and back into Oklahoma Lovett said the youth release him on 64 near Muldro Sco Page Demand Action On Arms Plan UNITED Y 27 Soviet Unio declared today that world opi ion demands Immediate actio on Premier Khrushchevs pla for total Vaslly depul Soviet Foreign told tl general assemblys 82natlon p lllical committee the Khrusl chev plan had met with genor acclaim bolh In the UN and els He said approval of tho Sovl proposal by the assembly wou be an important contribution ending the threat of but I offered no formal resolution asl ing such DECISION BY COURT MHINENT Detroit Firm Follows Kaiser With Contract 27 Detroit Steel one of the nal ons nonstruck steel product today followed the lead oil aiser Steel and signed I similar agreement with Jnitecl David union called the surprise ettlement another wedge he industrys solid Follows Kaiser The signing followed by somal 8 hours an agreement in Wash ngton between the USW and I one of 06 companies hut down in the now 105day tool Detroit employing the industrys 16th largest I uroducer with annual Ingot I apacity of 112 million t has been operating under a I ontract extension the unJ on since the nationwide strike itarted July McDonald said the new De roll steel pact includes thai lame economic benefits as vaiser Cover 20 Months Both are 20month agree effective 1 and piring June They pro vide a total wagefringe bene fit package increase of 22121 cents an according to Max Detroit steel chairman and estt See Page 7 Biggest Steel Firm Reveals Earnings Loss NEW 27 I The Nations biggest steel United States Steel I today tells the world how much I money it is losing as a result of the steel Several other com1 pletely shut down by the I have reported huge Some I smaller not shut down by the have reap ed sharply higher This is the regular date for I Steel directors to meet I and issue the third quarter earn1 Ings Despite the upln1 thealr status of the no I postponement of the Steel meeting Is Operating results for the three I months and the nine months ended 30 and will be an nounced shortly after the New York Stock Exchange For all but two weeks in the I third the companys I steel plants were completely shut I It is remotely but highly that the loss on steel was made up by Income from cement operations or I all sorts of costs go on even I when steel plants arent operat The results In the third quarter this year will contrast See Page 7 Union Tackle Problems 27 The strikeending pact signed by the Kaiser Steel and the United Steclworkers Union left uncertain today whether steel price increases by the company may follow Dramatically breaking the steel industrys united Kaiser made its own lone wolf peace with the union tho 104th day of the The signing could prove to be the big break In the costly Industry wide Kaiser hopes to be producing steel again at its plant in about five About 500 of its maintenance workers were called back to their jobs last nearly additional workers were due back The Kaiser firm ninth larg est in the industry and the union died the settlement non They said the tree ment was designed to work for the best Interest of the employes and the Neither the company nor the union gave an overall dollar estimate of what the settlement would cost But lome sources said privately it prob ably would amount to 3 12 mil lion dollars over the life of the new contract which will be In effect for 20 months until June The pact provides new fringe benefits amounting to 10 cents an hour per worker starting These Include more liberal pension and supplemental unemploy ment Work rule changes will be settled In the second there will be a 7 cents an hour pay ralso wrapped into benefits estlmaled lo amounl to 12 12 cents an hour for Ihe companys lo Steel companies traditionally have used Increased labor costs as an argument for boosting steel Edgar board chair man of Kaiser was asked by newsmen about possible price increases after ho signed tho new agreement with David J the unions Kaiser refrained from any flat statement that his company would not increase Its prices to help pay for the workers Increased I wouldnt say anything would be done in the near fu he Asked to elabo he added the agreement could be made to work out a price boost If everybody docs his Estes Kefauver chairman monopoly of the Senate anti said Monday night he will talk with Kaiser within two days to de termine whether to start a probe of the slecl Kefauver had said last week he trying to learn whether the facts warranted a probe to reports that the Kaiser firm had been subject to pressure not to break the solid negotiat ing front of the 12 big steel producers Involved in the What happens in the next two Kefauver will determine whether I call the committee together for an In The Kaiserunion negotiators passed to a See Page 7   

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