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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - October 19, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Clear to partly cloudy through Tuesday with rising temper Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 I 12 I I 2 66 62 69 70 j 71 72 73 Complete Weather Report on Market HJHoBnofthe Daily SunandSemiWttUy Morning lifthtll LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESSAP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW 19 motors ind rails Higher governments mill buying and CHICAGO poor improved Oats Mixed mostly top top 115 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Steel Strike FactFinders Turn In Failure Report Soviets Charge Attache With Espionage LANGELLE AND FAMILY START HONE No Immediate Retaliation Due By Washington viet sources said today Russian caught Em bassy Attache Russell Langelle paying a Soviet citizen rubles at the official rate for secret intelligence In Langelle left today for home with his wife and three chil having been declared un welcome last week by the So viet government on spying No Retaliation In the State Dej partment said today it is not going to boot out a Soviet dip lomat just because the Russians have expelled a American Em bassy official from It said it doesnt go in for titfortat action in such TurkeyPoland Deadlock Remains In UN Stolen Car Kills 3 School Children But flow Truman wears a contrasting serious Truman flew Lubbock to make a speech on the anniversary of the United Nations and returned to Dallas for a political AP Wire photo Press Officer Lincoln in announcing the de 19 IT stolen station wagon snuf fed out the lives of three chil dren at a school bus stop to day only seconds after police radar had clocked it at 55 A fourth child whose leg was broken was the only survivor in the group of four cut down by the skidding About 50 oth er children were scattered near by at the bus Police snatched Paul away as angry residents of the south side neighborhood closed in on He was rush ed to Central police No charge was filed Police said he has a record of seven previous at least two on morals The dead were Identified as econd Youth Plans Are tarted Monday Tentative plans for the sec nd annual Navarro County outh Exposition were initiated londay at a meeting of the xecutive committee headed by ohn Barnes who succeeded Lin Meeting at the Chamber of lommercD since the sponsoring gcncy is the agriculture com Mexicos Chief 19 President Adolfo Lopez Mateos talked business with Price Daniel today while the Presi dents wife did some last min ute shopping before returning The President had been scheduled to fly to Mexico City this morning but delayed his return for the luncheon invita tion extended by Friendly Visit Its just a friendly Daniel The President and I will discuss some matters we have been discussing while the womenfolk do a little shop It all makes for good re The governor said there would be a buffet luncheon at the then he would escort the Presidents party to nearbv Bergstrom Air Force Base for the depar ture for Mexico Tour Ended Lopez Mateos officially com 1 10day pleted his triumphant tour of the United States and Canada with the visit Sunday at the ranch of Lyndon See LOPEZ Page 10 Truman Urges Bible Study On Government 19 President Harry Truman told worshippers at a suburban church Sunday they and their children would get a better un derstanding of government if they read the Bible The Constitution and the Declaration of Independence are based on the and the Good Neighbor Policy is drawn from the tenth chapter of the Gospel According to Luke Truman Make it your business to fine out what this book says abou he The expresidents address to about 900 persons at the Kim wood Methodist Church was his final public appearance in a threeday tour of Texas during which he met with delivered three speeche See Page 14 partments did not rule out that some Russian staff member might be expelled if he were found to be in violation of the diplomatic rules under which foreign representatives are White said he did not know how much coincidence might have been involved in past cases in which expulsion of a Rus an diplomat have closely fol Sce Page 10 9 IcCone Denies tussians Ahead In Atomic Work 19 m ricas atomic chief says the lussians are not ahead of the nited States in nuclear science nd he sees no possibility of hem forging Chairman John McCone of le Atomic Energy Com ission told a news conference unday that he came to this onclusion after leading a party f American scientists on a 10 ay tour of the Soviet McCone said he favors co perating with the Soviet Union the peaceful use of nuclear nergy provided both countries hare secrets If we are going to open the he we both have to pen the As an McCone said he Russians declined to dis lose production figures of a uranium mine his party visited n the He pointed out iuch figures are made public in Randy his 5yearold brother and Jane Rayburn Launches Johnson Bandwagon 19 Wi The Lyndon JohnsonforPresident bandwagon picked up speed to day as Texas Democrats moved to put the drive on a national House Speaker Sam Rayburn hitched Johnsons wagon to a presidential bid an nouncing he was starting the campaign for the Senate Ma jority leaders nomination for Rayburns longtime was He has left himself open to a draft in recent weeks after vowing for months that he would not seek his partys highest Shortly after the Rayburn an former Fresidenl Harry Truman told a rally of some Democrats here intertaining President Adolf Mateos of at odds four year ago with the labor element o he had as guests Jerr Holleman and Fred Schmid op ranking officials In the Tej as AFLCIO and Bob Bryan of the Railroad One of the national party most colorful form ambassador to Luxembour Perle was one of th irst to jump on the Johnso Hes my boy the celebrated hostess with the modest ex Ive just been waiting the word Gale McGee speaking in a transcribed radio interview radio press confer vhen Missouri is heart he would be for Texas that from He told the crowd he has many Texas and nex to I like your state Johnson sat on the stage back of the former Truman and Ray burn flew to the Johnson ranch in the Hill county west of Aus where the senator is iVO asserted he believes the chances are very strong Johnson will be drafted as the Democratic He said Johnson is held in great admiration not just in the even though he be longs to us in the but all Many Senate in cluding the party Sen See Page 2 he United He suggested that as a first tep toward possible joint Soviet nuclear enterprises an See Page 10 o Broadcasters Prepared To Set Safeguards 19 president of the National of Broadcasters said today that the industry is prepared to set up its own additional safeguards if necessary to prevent rigging of TV quiz Harold speaking at the opening session of the associations twoday fall con expressed personal con cern over certain testimony pre sented recently to a congression al I should not have to remind you that the result of these hear ings may be a challenge to our system of voluntary selfregula he Charging that outside pack aging producers have hood winked both the public and the Fellows I assure you that we at NAB are fully aware of the broadcasters responsibility to the viewing The industry has in its four decades of it can clean its own house when he Should the television code require addition See Page 2 Texas Violence Takes 23 Lives Over Weekend By The Associated Press Violence claimed at least 23 lives in Texas over the weekend with traffic accidents and shoot ings blamed for the Highway three o which involved trains at gradi killed at least 16 per The count covered the periO from 6 Friday to midnigh A cartrain crash early Sun day at Pittsburg fatally injured James Justiss of San An The collision of a Texas Pa cific passenger train and a cruel oil truck near Odessa Saturday See Page 2 County Ginnings Over Year Ago Ellis and Navarro county gin ning report of October 1 as an nounced by the Departmen of Bureau of th show an increase as com pared with the report of a yea while Limestone an Freestone counties show a de Henderson county pro duces little cotton and the fedei al office does not list it separate ly as a county in its bi is included in All Others desig Following is the October 1 co ton ginning report of Navarr and adjoining with th first being the 1959 figure an the second the 1958 total and Ell and 530 and 1071 875 an and 3 tentative dates with the ate of the Houston Livestock how to be the determining fac If the Houston event would nterfere with the local show eing held on March 11 and then It is planned to con uct the exposition on March 8 and For the 1960 the com mittee agreed that it will seek o raise for premiums In tead of the raised for his year as not all the prize money was used in Members of the executive pan See YOUTH Page 14 ivestock Team Is Winner Several Medals The Livestock Judging team rom Texas State HA Judging re urned home over the weekend rom Kansas where hey captured high honors in the Vaiional Judging Two of the local team mem bers won gold emblem he highest awards The other two team members re ceived silver emblem awards as did the team itself which is the second highest In National FFA contests the earns are grouped Into five cigical divisions according to their These are Gold Silver Bronze Honorable Mention and The Indi vidual contestants are also clas sified in a like The Corsicana hoys receiving the gold emblem awards and accompanying gold medals were Jackie Howard and Jim The latter was the teams alternate and he won his gold medal by being judgccl one of the outstanding entrants in the Livestock Showmanship The two boys receiving the silver emblem ratings and the accompanying silver medals were Tommy Prowell and Teddy The Chapter itself receiv See CHS Page 2 I UNITED 19 pulled ahead of Communist Poland for the first time but new ballot ing failed to break the stubborn deadlock over a seat in the UN Security After trailing through 28 sec ret ballots in the 82nation gen eral Turkey went in front on the 29th 41 votes to 39 for On the 30th ballot Poland moved into the lead again but slipped back on the After it became apparent that the stalemate was as tight as the assembly agreed to postpone further voting until It was hoped the two weeks recess would produce a When the voting began last Monday Poland held a substan tial At one point Poland received 48 only six short of the required twothirds ma In the voting this morn Ing neither candidate was neai the necessary The seesaw voting today was the result of intense diplomatic activity over the On the first ballot of the day 26th so re ceived 41 and Turkey On the 27th and 28th Poland got 41 and Turkey Then Turkey edged into the lead on the 29th On the 30th Poland got 41 anc Turkey On the 31st Turke moved ahead again with 42 votes to 39 for The trying to elec a successor to Japan 11 nation took 25 ineon elusive ballots at three meet Ings last The record Is 3 ballots taken in 1955 before deadlock between the Philip pines and Yugoslavia was bro See Page 10 Sadist Chessman lenied Clemency nree Nations eys To Western Europe Defense 10 estcin Europes longdistance lissile defense is expected to ely on three key North Atlantic reaty countries during the in efinite official sources The countries are on ATOs western extreme in Italy on the south and urkey on the eastern Both England and Italy are nnounced sites for intermediate ange ballistic missiles which IB United States is supplying Itliin the NATO defense frame The nuclearwar Station Wagon Family Home For 9 Persons 19 UP The Louis Board of Chile Guardians is considerin the case of a 33yearold wldo and her eight foun living in a station wagon her for the second time since he husband died last Willinm Callow wa found in the cor Po lice said she had in cash she told police I dont need food and dont need All I nee is a The ranging In ag from 4 months to 11 wei n good They wei ilaced in foster homes ai heir mother was to mental hospital for observalio Catlmv and her fomi were found living in the car la At that time she decli ed the help of senice and left for She re ceives a month from Social Police said she and the family had been living in the station 19 ff Edmund Brown day refused to grant clemency D Caryl who has been in eath row for 11 is sched led to be executed The governor made his decision unday night before leaving on trip to Browns statement said the onvicted kidnaprobber has not ought executive clemency o the he has declared hat he seeks only This I cannot give The vidence of his guilt is over Brown noted at the re See Page 14 Britain To Lii urrency Curbs of rockets are capable hooting far into Ahe location of IRBM bases n Turkey has not been official y Turkish sources laid last tha See Page 14 Six In Family Hospitalized By Monoxide Gas Six members of a negro family veiC admitted to Memorial hos pital Sunday afternoon for treal nent of carbon monoxide po suffered as they rode 1 a closed nutomoblle Sunday aft Their general condition were good Monday The victims were brought I I intervals from unt 10 us they became ill an their condition it wa Those admitted are Lizzi Route 5 her son Louis and his wit Mnry Route Pow ell Daisy Mae 6 Jnme Loyd and Davis Lou all of Route Powell David Lee son and 80 PITTSBURG INJUNCTION HOVE SLATED Union Planning Court Contest Against Order 19 President Eisenhower today 1 ordered the Justice Department I to seek a court to halt the marathon steel for 80 j The White House announced I that a petition for an injunction J under the TaftHartley Law be sought in Federal District Court in Pittsburgh tomorrow Issues Statement Elsenhower acted shortly aftepil is fact finding board failure in efforts to settle the 97day li 19 The British government announced oday restrictions on the amount f foreign currency British ravelera can take are being effective Since 1957 British travelers lave been allowed to lake only 100 pounds In foreign iUrrency when traveling over Now everyone will automat cally be allowed up to 250 lounds and If any addi ional amount Is required it will e authorized by Ihe Bank of England on application hrough private trading The treasury said this check was necessary merely as a pro tection against the unauthorized export of in the past enlilled only 70 per cent of the basic adult will get the same treatment as the treasury Travel organizations welcomed the government move and pre In a the President1 said I Americas hopes for arl responsible settlement have not been It is a sad day for the Con Resume Strike Granting of a TaftHartley in junction would halt the shutdown while efforts toil reach a settlement there would be nojl legal obstacle in the day of I resumption of the strike after SOll days if an agreement had not been In a letter to Wil liam Elsenhower he did in first Invoking thijl TaftHartley process on Octl the strike would ImperllT national health and safety if permitted to Eisenhowers statement said It is essential to the ijatlorcall interests that production be sumed Immediately In the steelll See Pagy 14 Hacmillans Summit Stand Surprises 19 I Differences between the UnltecV States and Great Britain overH dieted a big upsurge In the num Symington Says Millions Wasted 19 Stuart Symington said today he believes the cost of waste and duplication In the received icfcnsc is in excess of first aid treatment for a laccrat100 dollars a eel forehead Sunday at 6 jn over He had fallen on a stick with lnd duplication threat hich he was Alvis wife of he 8YeorOld Girl Victim Of Rapist 19 UP seeking a man who raped an 8yearold girl after luring her away from a Catholic picnic at with an offer of candy seized a motorist early today after a wild Sheriff Melvin Starkey of Troy said the man would be charged with the The FBI was called in on the Several shots were fired be fore the in a car that had been chased for miles through northeast was corner ed at the end of a deadend Night desk officer Milton al language to further safeMuehring of Hannibal said the guard the viewing audience against misinterpretations or de the needed steps will be NEW 19 Name That Tune goes off the See Page 10 arrested man identified himself as Charles Harold of Burch was not questioned im He offered no state Muehring Several persons who saw the rapist ia Troy Sunday be ore the girl was lured away rom the picnic were to view Burch later These ncluded two older girls who lad refused to get in a car with man who picked up the younger The victim was released near a farm house four miles from Troy about two hours after the man picked her She was lysterical and was unable to make a coherent She was in a Troy hospital where an examination showed she had Dcfn officers When the search started at 60 miles south of Han the rapists car was de scribed as a convertible with Alabama license Officers said Burchs car bore an Illinois icense plate from a car stolen at and that Ala bama license plates were found inside the 19 Williams of was admitted Sunday at 3 fol lowing Xray examination abrasions about the arms and received In an utomobile Travis brought to the Corsica was hospital Sunday at wagon since returning from Po See Page 14 CHARGES Mrs en to waste additional millions The Missouri Senators views were expressed in his Washing ton Report released by his office Many of the Investments America so badly needs such as and more adequate assis tance for the could 0 financed out of money that currently being wasted hrough poor business manage he summit policy are bubbling to the surface once Although diplomats dont like to talk about President Elsen hower and British Prime Min ister Harold Macmlllan still dont see eye to eye on the questions of timing and negotia A weeklong exchange of top toplevel messages has made this APParently Macmlllan Is try ing to rush Elsenhower and Pres 1 d e n t Charles DeGaulle of France Into a conference with Soviet Premier Nlklta Khru shchev at the earliest possible The British leaders insistence has surprised Amerlcap officials They had thought his earlier ur gency about a summit confer ence was only campaign oratory With the recent election vlctorj In hla they reasoned he would not pressure so much But this has not been the case Officials here are concerned about more than the timing They think they have detectec Sec Page 10 Blame Arsonist For New Blazes See Page 2 AP Wirephoto MOTHER CLEARED OF Kathryn Anderson of Birmingham hugs her 2yearold after a federal jury acquitted her of charges that she robbed two savings and loan association branches at LOS 19 A new brush believed set by an added its destruc tion today to that of a giant ilaze still raging out of control through valuable Authorities reported that a man In dark sedan was spotted speeding away from both the new which spread at a ter rific and a third which was quickly Fresh firefighters were sum bringing to he number of men fighting the two fires in Anseles National The original which start ed last had destroyed acres from the northern outskirts of Los Angeles foot hill communities northward ior several A force of men fought to throw up fire lines in front of the fire as It crept Twenty aerial The new fire swept over acres In the first 24 hours afto t was discovered at noon Sun clay eight miles northwest o about 20 miles north west of about 20 mile northwest of the larger blazt Six hundred men were throwi into the aided by sr aerial The first fire took Its seeon Philip a Zun Indian from die I after becoming ill on the flrr line Doctors said h was believed to have been dla An earlier death occurre J when a man fell and struck hi head on a County fire chief Keith Klinf er an all points bulletl for the man seen driving from the He said an arse nlst also was seen trying t start a third blaze in Sloa Canyon which failed to spreac Bee Page 10 ;