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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - October 28, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER FORECAST Partly cloudy through Thursday with slowly rising tem peratures a few showers Thermometer 8 9 10 I 11 12 II 2 48 54 I 58 60 62 64 66 Complete Weather Reporl on Market Home of the Daily Sun and Morning ti MARKETS AT A GtANCE NEW ed special stocks light CHICAGO higher Inte Narrowly mixed meager Steady to processor to 25 cents higher top steers stiong to weak top LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS KAIS15R AND UNION IN STEEL AGREEMENTEdgar ie t board chairman oJ the Kaiser Steel and David head of the United Steelworkers get m a Lse handshake in after a strike wttlement agreement was It was the first break in the heretofore solid industry front in the 104dayold Kaiser the r tions ninth largest steel AP Public Pressure Mounts On Nehru Rogers Seeks Fast Steel Case Action December PreSummit Meet Hinted By WATSON SIMS NEW 28 Public pressure mounted today for the Indian government to defend the northern border against Communist Chinese in In the most vigorous out pouring ol criticism since in newspapers were virtually unanimous manding a is being done about in which 9 or dian policemen were killed the Ladakh area of Kashmir week Inaction now can make wai the editor of the New Delhi Hindustan Times The article declared that a Ifmited reprisal against the Communist Chinese is impera tive for the sake of our self respect and the larger in terests of in de statement on what the latest 10 In in a The Indian pub lished in three major EISENHOWER READY NOW ANY TIME Ike Confesses Puzzled Over Castro Attitude President Eisenhower said to day he and the other Western leaders are ready and willing to hold a presummit conference about Eisenhower told a news con that no site has been and no speci fic Those he be handled through diplo matic De Gaulle Explains Such a Western summit meet ing would bring togther Eisen French President Char les De Britains Prime Minister Harold Macmillan and West Germanys Chancellor Konrad The first question put to Ei senhower was whether any progress has been made on ar rangement for a Western sum mit The President said last week CubanAmerican Relations Growing Worse Murphy To Quit Foreign Service 28 Hertcr has relied on Mur Robert under Secre tary of State and troubleshoot er in is about to retire years in the foreign who is 65 years old has decided to accept a post in private turn ing down the opportunity to be come new United States Am bassador to Western Since the Wisconsin born Murphy has been the high est ranking career officer in the State Departments lop eche The late John Foster Dulles relied heavily on his judgment and skill as a negotiator to help settle many a diplomatic Secretary of State Chris called on the government to drop its policy of nonalignment and look around for allies with common defense policies and The paper advocated joint defense agreement with The Times of India declared It might be necessary how ever deplorable to consider the possibility of severing diplo matic relations with Communist CTiina if Peiping persists in de liberate acts of provocation and insult against this The Statesman said latest re ports suggest a considerable intensification of Chinese activi ties along Indias northeast he was willing to attend a session any time from such now miles east of Chinese seized See Page 10 The several Indian Eisenhower noted thai he has taken that Then he went on to say that De Gaulle has explained to him some of the difficulties the French lead See Page 10 BracerosRush Levelland Gin Demanding Pay 28 1 Texas Rangers and state police rushed to a cotton gin live miles west of here today to prevent any disorders among several hundred Mexican con laborers who demanded Teague Describes Space Effort By CLYDE MURRAY Daily Sun Staff Within two years States will send a the United into space in a contraption that looks like a television picture Olin Teague of representative and a member of the powerful space made this prediction Tuesday and even displayed model of the picture Speaking to the Business and Professional Womens club in the regular program meeting at the Kinsloe Teague said the space vehicle had already been constructed and that several had been shot into space human The craft containing the first and possibly the first human to wage a formid able battle against the gravita tional pull of the will he attached to the nose of The man will be hurled 100 miles into space and will circle the earth four times be fore he falls back to earth and Navarro Hotel lands in the of seas off the coast Super metals will prevent him from being destroyed by the terrific heat of and ex traordinary cushions will keep him from being killed in the Before it hits the the tube scries of will be slowed Antennas will shoot from the tiny craft according to Teague It will be about five feet in radiant colors will rush into the sea like the excretion of an thus making it easy for rescue parties to locate the Teague said the seven astron See Page 9 tract their pay Orlin managing tor of the Levelland Sun Thursday at said no violence occurred and the situation appeared under He said about 200 of the known as unexpectedly announced this morning that they wanted to return to No reason was known for their sudden Much cotton remains in the fields for them to They congregated at the Heard which acts as labor contractor for farmers who use the The workers were told that tho gin could not collect suffi cient buses Immediately to re turn them to and that by a about two days would be re quired to process their pay Chest Workers Staging Final Campaign Push beginning allout final push to wrap i the Community Chest goal o by added in new money during Uie do it was announce This edged the campaign u to the 78 per cent leav ing the drive with a da to be raised today Wednesday Thursday and Friday to aggre gate the last While Friday is the last Campaign CoChairman L Hagle has urged that ever possible effort be made to wor all outstanding prospect care during Wednesday in order tlu the special report breakfas at th might see that the announcement See Pago 2 Report Federal Judge Missing 28 lice Chief and nearby cities wei alerted today to watch for Judg William Lynn Parkinson of th Court of wh nas been missing since late Mor day John acting dep ty chief of said Pa kinsons disappearance was r ported Tuesday by the William Lynn See Page 9 MISSING CURVE FATAL WAXAHACHIE W Jerry Ernest died Tuesday when his car failed to make a abutment light post and crashed near hit an into DeGaulle Admits Opposing Ike By DAVID MASON Charles DeGaulle ordered his free French forces in World War II to go against the wishes of the Supreme Allied Dwight and quickly occupy a substantial section of DeGaulle said in the third and final volume of his memoirs that otherwise France would be left with only a few shreds of German The last titled Le Salut lished the was pub today in It cov ers the years from the liberation of Paris to De Gaulles 000 French troops with chicles started across the On the same day Karlsruhe was taken and on April 20 DeGaulle wrote In the think ng of the allied seemingly oriented by Wash it was American forces which should take over practi ally all of tho action in this last phase of the flight they wanted to let the British take over the North Sea As for the they first resignation provisional as Premier of the Publi cation in America is expected next DeGaulie said he wrote to Jean De Lattre De Tass igny on March 1945 You must cross the Rhine even if the Americans wont help you and you must use Karlshrue and Stuttgar are awaiting even if they dont want you American forces had the Rhine on March Beginning April some tried bank fix them on the west the But since they found the means to cross the they then tried to hold them up as much as possi DeGaulle described a squab ble with the British and Amer icans over Frances Alpine Fron He said that for a long while he had intended to redraw the frontier to Include some Ital ian enclaves as well as the Ital ian cantons of Tende and La DeGaulle said ran against the desires of Pres Harry But I also saw the effect of British influence in this mat ing judge of L Judge who is E last was seen about 5 Mo day by Deputy Marshal Josep Tennes on the near north sid near the Appellate Court Bull Police said young Parkinso told them his who liv near the court suffe from low blood pressure an may be victim of just as Murphy has played key roles helping settle the fighting in the Trieste dispute id many backstage diplomatic He also has been one of the ost influential men In the ate Department in deciding policy When 28 American relations grew stead ily worsetoday as BHde Castros regime rejected a protest against its rising antiAmeri canism and aimed a new shaft at American business in the island Protest Dismissed In swift developments Tues day night President Osvaldo after conferring with Prime Minister Castro and his defiantly dismissed a gov ernment protest that deliberate and concerted efforts in Cuba are being made to destroy re lations between the two govern Dorticos said the charges were without founda Storms Batter Europe MEXICO 28 UP A hurricane accompanied by torrential rains ripped through sections of Western Mexico killing at least 26 per almost destroying one small town and sinking three See Page 9 lackson Tags Wilderness Bills is Perversion resident of the National Rccla lation today described ending legislation to set aside ast wilderness areas ns a mon trosity to stab at the very cart of scientific resources de Guy Jackson of Ana told the associa ion in his annual message that nd the wilderness bills pend ng in Congress lies a mis chievous and destructive per orsion of what he said is the American concept of conserva The essential meaning and alue of conservation is that it provides for the continued and ncreasing use of the earth and ts resources for the good of Jackson Conservation is an American dea that has been taken up all over the It is one of the greatest con ributions which the American See Page 10 Sec Page 9 The storm munications knocked in tho out corn stricken Pope John Is MuchTraveled In First Year VATICAN 28 Pope John XXIII observed the first anniversary of his election as supreme ruler of the Roninn Catholic church today and ex pressed the wish to see the vll of his birth again before he But Fulbright Says Castro Unable To Run Cuba 28 William Fullbright DArk blasted Cuban Premier Fidel Castro Tuesday night in a speech calling him utterly inadequate to run the Cuban Castro is a Fulbrighl and he strikes mo as an utterly inadequate 72nd man as far as his government that He is highly He can lead a revolution but he doesnt know what to do after he gets Fulbright is chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Com Then he launched into a criti cism of Castros charges that Cuba was being airbombed by Floridabased Castro is floundering Fulbright using us as a kind of whipping All dicta tors need somebody to blame Hitler used the China used Now Castro is using Fulbright expanded his com ments on the LatinAmerican The root of much of our troubles In these including is our attitude toward He said the solution to such problems must have its be ginning in our Ike Schedules Physical Check 28 UP President Eisenhower plans to states of Colima and preventing an accurate survey of casualties and Colima Rodolfo Chavez Carrillo reported by radio last night that 26 bodies had been recovered in the Pacific port o He said the fina death toll probably would be Three small Mexican mer chant ships sank in the harbor and another was reported miss The governor estimated dam ages in Colima at 10 million dol a town of northwest of was reported in near ruins fron Two days of heavj rains also flooded a mill Income Tax Biggest Waste9 SAN nations greatest waste is its Income tax says Seidman of New York new president of the American Institute of Certified Public Ac Seidman told the Institutes driving csidents from their annual meeting over and above Tuesday our al ready severe tax rates up to 9 40 28 ffl Brit aln counted 10 dead today afte ne of the worst storms to hi northern Europe in six Winds of up to 100 miles a See Page 9 Mitchell Wants Law Changed To Allow Boards I cant promise that it will be up to the 77yearold pontiff told 162 villagers who journeyed from Sotto II in north ern to congratulate their villages most famous Among them were 25 relatives of the The Pope received them In the Consistorial Hull of the Vatican He expressed the hope that providence sustain him in the then as he has several times said in the See Pago 9 enter Walter Reed Army Hos pital very possibly later this for his annual head totoo physical In announcing this at a news White House Press Secretary Hagerty anticipated questions as to whether related Elsenhowers timing is in any way to tile cold he has been trying to shake since early Hagerty said here is absolutely nothing connecting the Eisenhower had his com plete physical examination He went to Walter Reed for that servers he was able to a copy of a telegram De Gaulle explain that through secret ob obtain Prime Minister Winston Churchill sent to Truman on the subject of French claims in the frontier Churchill called me an enemy of the DeGaulle and pressed Tru man not to give way to DeGulle he re ceived a personal message from Truman asking him to order the evacuation of French troops in the disputed area until a settlement could be made nor mally and DeGaulle Ital ian Foreign Minister Alcide De Gasperi came to Paris to see about the French claims in the frontier I told DeGaulle that we only wanted legal recAWARD County 4H club ognition of what already was members won the Herdsman award and a S25 a casn prize last week at the Texas State Fair for After expressing some best junior display of beef heifers shown See Page 2 and the best kept Left to right are per cent for individuals and 52 per Cnt for corporations is a hidden tax of substantial 28 Labor Secretary Mitchell wants the u raftHartley labor law changed lfl the President could name a He said the hidden tax at any time to investigate the form of manpower labor dispute and tell the pub money spent in exactly what it Is all tc enforcement and litigation views are voiced In distortions that result Washington Interview pub business transactions that in the Christian Science take place or are avoided because of tax labor secretary said such Income taxes influence with power to order 1 ness executives as to where to testify at public J how much they work it would make the is ces employes as to where understandable to every 1 whom and when they He said that would help and where and how they the vide a Seidman he opposed having the make recommendations Longview both sides asked for d and he opposed compuln sory explaining if i Jail government fixed it would ultimately have to fix prices and dominate the entire g who found fault with parts of out of the Tanant county Injunction i at Fort Worth several Pago 7 t was captured in town Longview Sheriff Noble Crawford and Police Chief Roy Stone said Highway had been the object of an intense search for several The officers said Averys Arguments contained narcotics and a large amount of 28 W The rj Supreme Court agreed today to r arguments in a case inr Arrested with him was a oil interests under yearold woman in Wood Officers questioned him court granted a writ of x the burglary of a safe at which overruled trial and Gregg County substation at court judgments parti gorc Thursday In which the mineral estate of r was and the burglary seven acres of land in a the Hall Drug Store iu wide right of way in which and will be heard by were jthc Supremo Court Union Still Conrad chief In Toplevel negotiations in negotiator and Steel 106day steel strike will was not available sume in Pittsburgh afternoon two steel companies A joint statement issued to new tho day announced the Stoclworkers are plan of fourman teams headed a resumption of toplevel United Steelworkcrfi with big producers to David McDonald and to end Iho 106dayold naionwidc steel strike Conrad chief said he would try try There was arrange H renewal of the further comment from with head of the team for the coun The fourman teams top 11 met here Since representatives con the 12 big steel meeting separately here Cooper represents have with the 11 top com whittled down to 11 with and two other defection of Kaiser Steel sessions with other 28 the David Steel which Steelworkers said today continued operating under QUICK LIMIT FOR APPEAL S SOUGHT Union Is Loser In Legal Fight At Philadelphia 28 he goeminent today asked I ie Supreme Court to approve n injunction to halt the 1061 ayold The United Steel vorkers Immediately ho courts I William Rogers asked that the court let al aftHartley act injunction go I nto effect unless the union n appeal by noon Question Jurisdiction The unions reply promptly asked the court to urbed a sixday stay of the in1 unction ordered by the Court of Appeals in I It added that there is a serll ous question as to the Supremo Courts jurisdiction at this stage of the Rogers said he asked for thel noon Thursday deadline ori al union appeal in hopes of getting a quick Supreme Court order uttlng the TaftHartley lon back Into Brief Duo Friday Arthur general counsel for the Steel said however he would file Wsl brief asking for the Supremal Court review by Shortly after Justice purtment acted President said the Kisser rrient with the Steelwoflwsl Jnlon should be a signal for abor and management to reach n agreement to got steel ack Into full Elsenhower told a news conl erence that the nation See Page 9 Slough Rejects Kaiser Formula Of Settlement NEW 28 m chairman of Steel has turned thumbs down on any steel strike settle nent along the lines effected by he Kaiser Steel I Blough made his position clear Tuesday at a news conferl nce following issuance of Steels third quarter and nine nonths operating Thai osn in the third quarter was I the largest for any three months n the companys Kaiser Stool signed a contract thereby cracking the solid front of stool firms nol gotiatlng with the United Steel Workers Detroit Steel agreed to a new contract but Detroit Steel not among tho struck comf The contract with Katserl gives the union a package the union and the coml pany is worth up to 22 cents an hour in the next 20 But Blough said tho cost tol Steel of a contract settled Seo Page 10 fully agrees with President Eisa agreement statement that the thr signed to the one new agreed Ronnie holding the whose heifer won llth place Gowan whose entry placed fifth Danny Rich whose entry was and assistant county tFhoto by Taylor Studio Kaiser Steel settlement pacl should be o signal for general to the dnv before by a struck agreement in the steel the Kaiser Steel Corp McDonald sertion that repeated an the Kaiser as ninthranked pro pact and Detroit provides a reasonable basis for together produce a fair settlement with othei three per cent of 16thranked only about the nations But McDonald hailed the Del roil signing as another wedgel n the industrys solid Ie also said he expects morel agreements with other srnalll hut he did not Roger board chairl nan of told newsl icn the Kaiser settlement would not hinder the other coml panics bargaining Hoi said a Kaiser type settlement would cost Steel 32 l2l cents an hour and added Is a prohibitively high Industry sources suggested Kaiser might be to absorb the package Increase better than other companies becausel of more modern not subjected to similar workl and greater use of Oxygen converters in maklngl A spokesman for said the difference came largely In such areas as pension coats and supDlef rnenttirv unemployment The 20month Kaiser and trolt pacts provides wage Inl creases and fringe benefit imf provements valued by McDonl See Page 9   

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