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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - November 21, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                L THE LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Sunday with no important temper ature Thermometer Readings 8 9 1 10 1 11 I 12 1 1 I 2 43 i 52 56 58 60 I 64 68 Complete Weather Bepori on Market HOMMfthf Daily Sun and SemiWfctMy Morning tidht X r MARKETS AT A GLANCE Most Securities and Commodities Marketa Are Closed on 144 LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft IKE INVITES KEY LEADERS TO MEETING Peacetime High Looks Likely On Spending Items M MTCTCTS Soviet Deputy Premier Anastas Mikoy en left is welcomed by President Adolfo Lopez Maieos of Mex ico when the Soviet visitor called at the National Palace in Mex ico in Mexico for trade fair is report ed to have invited President Lopez Mateos to visit AP Wirephoto Mikoyan Reveals Sun Rocket Next MEXICO 21 Soviet Deputy Premier Anastas Mikoyan says Russia is pre paring to increase its space mis sile lead over the United States by launching a rocket to visit the the highest Soviet official ever to appear in a La tin American told a Cultural ange Pact cow 21 United States and the Soviet Union signed a twoyear cultural exchange agreement to day that includes joint projects in peaceful uses of atomic ener gy It also sots up discussions for direct MoscowNew York air provides for radio and TV program and paves the way for the ultimate sending of the Red army chorus to the United States in view of the Marine Band playing The Marines are expected to be here during President Eisen howers it was The second of its provides for potentially thousands of Americans and Russians to exchange visits in 1960 and 1961 in education industry and science Ambassador Llewllyn Thomp son signed for the United States in a ceremony at the headquar ters of the Soviet State Commit tee for Cultural Relations with Foreign Georgi Zhu chairman of the commit signed for the Soviet Un Both said the agreement of the past two years worked out well and the new pact is ex pected to fulfill hopes of better ing relations between the two dinner given in his honor by city officials Friday night that Russia has surpassed the Unit ed States both in the scientific and in economic Who gave the United States a monopoly on occupying first place in the world he de manded in a hand waving speech that drew fre quent applause and shouts of said that when he first visited America in They were very much no doubt about But have overtaken The Soviet leader said he wag not trying to spread Commu nist We are not he We are proud of our as we are of the successes of other coun here for a 10day visit during which he is ex pected to push for more trado with implied that Latin American countries no longer See Page 10 Hungary Issue Raised By UNITED 21 United in letter made public asked the UN General Assembly to debate the Hungarian ques In so it backed up a similar request made public Wednesday from Sir Leslie Munro of New UN special representative on Hun Soviet Delegate Arkady Sobolev told a reporter Friday Munro had so legal right to make such He said we will object when the As semblys 21nation steering com mittee takes up the matter Mon The move seemed calcu lated to spike the Soviet objec tion and lessen the likelihood of a long procedural debate in the Will 21 The secretaries of the Navy and Air Force had their chance for a final say on the new military budget in a con ference today with President The President called them in from Washington for a meeting in his working quarters at Au gusta National Golf Gates For McElroy The delegation included Deputy Secretary of Defense Thomas Army Sec retary Wilber Navy Secretary William Air Force Secretary James and the Pentagons re search Herbert Secretary of Defense Neil Mc Elroy conferred here Monday with A Defense De partment spokesman in Wash ington said McElroy completed his budget talks then and ar ranged for Gates to represent the Defense Department at to days Gates is expected by many to take over as defense chief when McElroy leaves the Pentagon in the next month or Record Anticipated Eisenhower is striving to wrap up his entire budget fiscal year in of his overseas goodwill tour starting It looks as if the budget may hit a peacetime record high of 81 billion Another prckide to the trip to See Page 10 UN Assembly Asks Suspension Nuclear Tests UNITED 21 UN General Assembly appealed to all coun tries today not to test nuclear weapons while talks are on for the controlled cessation of such The rollcall vote was 601 in favor of a AsianAfri can resolution on the The only no came from which plans to set off an atomic bomb in the Sahara early next Twenty countries abstained from Among them were Britain and the United now discussing controlled cessa tion of tests with the Soviet Un icn in The Soviet Un ion voted Shortly the assembly adopted an AustrianJapanese Swedish resolution urging the Big Three only to refrain from testing nuclear The vote was 780 with Afghanistan and France Later the 82nation in a 70minute Saturday gave stf unanimous consent to an IndianYugoslav resolution deciding that the disarment commission should continue to be composed of all 82 members of the The last assembly had set up the commission in that form fpr this year Todays resolutions on disar mament made six on the sub See Page 3 New Capsule Grab Slated Saturday VANDENBERG AIR FORCE 21 Ail Force crews made another stab today at mans first midair catch of an object from space a capsule hurled from a On their success now or later hinges the first Ameri can venture of a human being beyond the earths The 300pound capsule will be ejected from the satellite Dis coverer VIII which rocketed in to orbit from this West Coast base Planes are poised for a snag Charge Houston Han Conspired In Wifes Death 12 UP Joseph an was charged Saturday with con spiracy to commit the murder of his Wihna was shot to death at her home Mon day negro couple had made statements in which they said a white man had given them to kill his Selby was arrested at his home in fashionable Afton Oaks and brought to police headquar Both ncgroea said in their sworn statements they had no idea who killed The statements were made by Lillie and Wil lie a taxi They said Tillman first was approached by a white man last They quoted the as saying he was tired of his On four occasions from April to Tillman the man paid her and to kill or find someone to kill the Tillman said her hus band insisted she made a fool See Page 3 Plymouth Fetes Nov 21 Parcel post rates will go up but most likely after the Christmas mailing rush is An 88 million dollar a year Increase was approved by the Interstate Commerce Commis sion This averages to a per cent boost over cur rent The post office said it would announce next week when the new rates go into Re ports were that officials would give the public at least a 60 day The increases will vary accord ing to the of the package and the distance it has to Small items going a short way will shoulder the biggest And there will be reductions for some of the biggest packages heading for long Under the the postmaster general has to ask for an in crease in parcel post rates when ever that aspect of the postal business is in the Pilerinu 2 Some 300 new Pilgrims to America displaced persons from foreign gathered here today where the first Pil grims landed in The refugees from 20 coun tries were guests at a daylong program commemorating the first The Massachusetts Council of sponsors of the scheduled an oldfashioned out door Thanksgiving fol lowed by a dinner featuring becued venison and Since today also is the anni versary of the signing of the Mayflower copies of the document were The Compact set up a govern ment by consent based on just and equal laws for attempt as the capsule para chutes down over the Pacific Ejection is set for satellites 17th orbital pass be tween 7 and 8 Frustrated on four earlier at Air Force officials said they will keep trying until they clear this Once a catch is the next logical step would be to send a monkey up in a then try to bring him back Its all intended to pave way for a mans round trip into The capsule is similar to that which would probably be The satellite la orbiting the poles at distances ranging from 120 to miles from the It was blasted aloft by a Thoi intermediate range ballistic mis sile shortly before Only the 17foot second weigh ing 1700 went into or Hawaiibased C119 flying box cars will use trapezelike devices See Page 10 Aft 1 C Official Offers Data On Bethlehem Sale Chamber of Commerce of ficials Saturday expanded on the announcement made Pridax by an official of the Bethlehem Steel Company in Tulsa of tho sale of the local plant facilities to of New York as to the ramification It holds for Corsicanas employment situa We have been advised from what we consider an authentic source that the Corsicana Beth lehem plant will be again for manufacturing1 pur Manager Dick Knight stated frr He added We also have been informed that there will be two separate under different ownership and The foundry divi to be one operation and a steel fabrication operation will be set up in the other part See Page s Dope Possession Charged To Pair Charges of illegal possession of marijuana were filed Friday against Clyde and his The couple oper ates the Music a record shop across the street from the Garland High Detectives said they found a bottle containing 50 grains of marijuana in the backyard of the couples Henry Wade said the ar rests culminated a 6months in He said investigators could never confirm persistent reports that the couple sold marijuana to Garland BAY 21 members of a fam ily were burned to death today when a flash fire swept their twostory home in this Suffolk County on Long Is The only survivor was Wil lian who discovered the blaze on the first floor at about 3 Dead were Mayos Bar their two Co 1 and William 3 months Catherine and Mayos Catherine After discovering the Mayo lie awakened the With the flames mount ing1 the Mayo ran to a window and jumped to the He called to his family to come to the roof and jump into his As the women and children got to the It started to collapse and they went The roof then cav ed trapping the SANTA small children perish ed Saturday when a fire swept through the two bedrooms in which they were Four other members of the See Page 10 District FFA j Contests Held Saturday Thirtyfour teams represent ing 170 boys from the Corsica 4 na district of the Future Far mers of America participated in the annual leadership compe tition hold Saturday at the Cor sicana Senior High School be ginning at 8 The top three teams in each division received pennants while the top two outfits will compete in the area leadership contests at University high Docember Following are the results i men hand farm skill demon stration Waxahachlc Cor sicnnn FFA Mexia En nis Mildred Waxahnchie Corsica na Wortham Palmer Radio broadcast Ing Wax ahnchle Mexia Palmer Blooming Grove Chapter farmer farm skill Wflxahachie Italy En1 nis Corsicana Blooming Chapter farmer chapter con ducting Corsicana Wax See Page 10 NJO GKTn Navarre Junior Col lege freshman will be honored halftime ceremonies at the NJCTarleton State football game at Tiger Field Saturday night as the sweetheart of the 1959 Navarro Bulldog Miss foster daughter of and Tiny a 1059 graduate of Corsicana High School and was second place winner in thn balloting for Homecoming Queen earlier this She an education major and a Photo by Taylor Stu dio usiness Improves But Steel Handicap MUST DRILL LEASES LOSE THEM 1 Government All Heavy Royalty c 21 WP Cuban government today aimed another blow at foreign business interests by passing a stiff law that will force oil exploration and exploitation companies to work their claims or lose Assigns Quotas The which follows a tough new minerals also sets production quotas for petroleum primarily will be three big eign operations the American owned Standard Oil and Texacos companies and the Britishown cd i During a sevenhour Fidel Castros Cabinet also Ratified a ban on the im migration of Chinese and non Chinese Created a new tourist Institute with authority to start ings to expropriate any deemed necessary for tourist de Approve Appeals Approved a decree givlrig prosecutors In military tribunal trials the right to appeal The Cabinet reestablished army tribunals to combat growing opp9slUon the revolutionary lWheirthe active during the first aix months See Page 10 Max 1 Sudd CRASHED PLANE Officers nwrtitccl arrival of federal avia tion authorities Saturday to identify a badly charred body found Friday in a private The wreckage was discovered on the John Mitchell Ranch about 40 miles of Texas Forests Pay Dividends The Service handed Price Daniel a chock Friday for states share of income from operations of na tional forests in Texas during the 1059 fiscal Daniel turned the check over lo Stnte Treasurer James for distribution to the 11 coun ties in which the forests were The counties San Augus Syn Jacin to and Walker aro required by state law o use he money cqiuilly for and high ft Force Pioneer Describes Epic Experiment Postmaster General Arthur Summerfield asked for the boosts a year ago when parcel post losses were coming to 8S million dollars a The last parcel post rate in averaging 36 per was approved in June Sum merfield put them into effect more than three months He said the delay was need ed to let users find out about the new rates and to distribute new parcel post tables to the post Congress controls the ratea for most postal under the the 1C handles parcel posts Its approval is needed for any Big users of parcel post mail order houses and depart ment stores strongly opposed the new Buta big competitor of parcel the railway express told the 1C that the rates should be in creased even 21 Joe Kittin ger says his 15mile parachute jump didnt scare was too busy to a jet jockey turned spaceage experimenter with himself as a guinea ped out of a bucketlike balloon gondola at feet over white sands missiln range this Protected from 104 belowzero he plummeted at nearly T 450 miles an hour for about three still feet a parachute auto matically and he drifted the rest of the way to the des ert in six more It was another part in his continuing effort to help de velop equipment to bring men back alive from emergencies on the edge of I didnt have time to the 155pounder I bad so many things to This was a research I wasnt just sitting there think ing about the I was try ing to get data we didnt have The Air Force captain said he kept track of the time altitude and physiological re actions on which he did not He said his pressure equipped with an oxygen sys kept him comfortable go ing up and coming Is he in good shape after his big leap he flew an Air Force T33 jet trainer from his new station at Wright Air De velopment Center in Ohio to Holloman Air Force just outside The Air Force missile devel opment center at Holloman is where he was stationed until hia move to Wright several o months Holloman and the missile center are on Wliite Sands missile The jump was Kittingcrs 41st since The Air Force said this not only the highest parachut jump on record but was the highest man ever rode in an open balloon The sides of the bucket were about four feet and it was about 412 feet in There was a gap in the wall for Kit tinger to take that first big Balloon as well as parachut are old stuff to His first jump was in training for the Air Forces first Operation Man High as That was in a sealed metal gondola in He rose to See Page 3 AT NEW procession of church men enters the National Shrine of the Immaculate for dedication The shrine is the seventh largest church in the United AP Wirephoto By JACK NEW 21 JP Business picked up some this the grade ahead was steep and the turns were News that the steel industry and the Steel workers Union again were negotiating brought a burst of The unions quick rejection of a new con tract offer doused Resumption of negotiations next week under government auspices is The second week of steel pro duction under the TaftHnrtley injunction found output at an estimated per cent of capa Such volume was not ex pected for nnothor week or the Immediate fu ture wnsnt bright for steel Many will ronUmic their shutdowns and work Sec Pflce 3 20 Former heavyweight boxr ing champion Max Baer died of i coronary attack He was Bacr was stricken In his nt the Hollywood Roosevelt He had been at the hotel since Thursday and appeared good health except that he had complained of a The hotel Edf ward went to Baers1 room at and exfighter sitting on the Kozfol said Baer died at approximately 9 and that ideath was due to a coronaryi j often called Madcap Maxlc during his ring won the heavyweight title 25 years ago when he knocked out Prlmo Camera June 1934 at Long Island His reign lasted just one dayi short of a On June 1935 nt the same Long Island arena OHS the East River from1 Jimmy Braddock surprised by dethroning Baer with a 15 round I clowned away the Max said Baer was born in of German and See Page 10 title Warnin 21 The union has told the government it better get busy stockpiling steel for defense because the steel strike likely to resume in late Arthur union said the union wants to make it perfectly plain should the strike any peril to the national safety will not be chargeable to the United Steel workers of Goldberg sent warning Fri day to Secretary of Commerce Frederick whose de partment handles government acquisitions as Muell er currently visiting Poland and there was no wort on when a reply to Goldberg might be The union struck most of the nations steel plants for lift Early this month they were forced back to work as a court ordur under the TaftHnrtley After 60 days they are free to strike again if a settle ment is not reached in themeanl Goldberg while I have not abandoned hope that a set tlement In steel will be reached before the 80day injunction ex pires I must advise you in all candor that at the present writing no settlement Is In pros Surely the defense of this country should not rest on e gamble that hopes for a settle ment in the SOday injunctlor period will be Goldberg said a 17 or tier to steel companies to givt priority to defense steel waf completely The op he merely covers cur rent orders for and makei no provision to ensure that es sential steel not currently need but required In the reason ably foreseeable future for fense will not be usei See Page 3   

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