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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - October 29, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHER LOCAL cloudy and warmer this afternoon and tonight with a few showers this afternoon and tonight and scattered thundershowers Thermometer Readings 9 10 11 12 I 11 2 56 I 58 62 66 68 70 72 Complete Weather Report on Market of the Daily Sun and SemiWMklr Mornindtidht LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW rr motors and steels governments mill buying and CHICAGO Wheat Lower lato general light to 25 cents higher top steers weak top 124 1959 SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENTS THIS YOUR CAMPAIGN Dear Employer This letter is addressed to you as a Corsicana Employ er as a hearty endorsement of the Corsicana Community Chest This year as in past years we have sent our volunteer solicitors and key personnel to visit you in order that your employees may actively support the eleven agencies of our Corsicana Community Business management all over Texas and America not only believes in free it is proving it every year by actively leading its companies and employes in the sup port of the voluntary method of supporting vital community Is two minutes pay a day too much for each of your employees This amounts to One Days Pay a Many of your neighbor employers and their employees think and they are supporting this years campaign whole Jipfl rtil v All Corsicana Employers are no Indians among A company executive is a he will di rect the efforts and solicitation of his fellow employees in his success will he achieved and Corsicanas eleven major youth and welfare agencies will be able to spread health and happiness throughout those they will servo in It depends on you done your If TdE HERBERT JOHNSON Campaign CoChairmen f tf ft r ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft B MILITARY TRIBUNALS RESTORED Cabinet Reply To Protest Planned Thursday n i j i i M 01 was i m 4 b ss aw 3ff i L L b L f w f h ivM J J H n n n With less than to go to meet the Community Chest President Floyd Smith and Campaign Cochair men Herb Johnson and Hagle announced at the final report breakfast Thursday that the drive wil be extended until the quota is in Campaign leaders stressed that too much had gone into the although appar ently not enough on the part of some workers who fell down in their to let it termi nate when so little is lacking to attain full Advance Gifts Over One of the breakfast greatest Inspirations that victory can still be had with a little more effort was the report by Ad vance Gifts Chairman Jay Sil verberg that his group had over subscribed the largest quota in collecting ih castrandpledges to Silverberg said this had been at no little effort on the part of his crew of and with only 95 per cent of their total cards H 29 m Fidel Castros cabinet early today ratified the revival of military tribunals which sent 555 of his enemies to execution before firing Fears of a new blood bath grew with an estimated 200 per sons already in jail awaiting in vestigation or trial as counter revolutionaries and unconfirm ed reports circulating of more and more arrests Power Fails Prime Minister Castro abol Sfi i b XV 4 i q r i II APPEAL DUE FRIDAY IN HIGH COURT Aluminum Pact 1 h o m Ktt h h I b i Of their tuiai CHIUS expressed his confidence that hod the controversial military when the remaining 5 per cent tribunals m July in favor of civilian Thoueh the lat when the remaining 5 per cent of the rospect cards have been 1 wf the overall total will show an appreciable I want to commend every volunteer in my division be cause as you know our quota of was the largest in history ever assigned this The surprising thing Is not that we raised the but the tre mendous amount of work by our volunteers in meeting and exceeding this Silver berg Other Reports Special Gifts through its division Fred reported collections to date of toward a quota with a number of prospect cards still work still being push ed to get contributions to en Bee cHESrTPage 7 Though the lat power to impose death activities against revolution ary the heaviest sen tences meted out were 30 A power failure plunged most i I t i n i w W H v r r r i A n of the capital into darkness andUyORK RESUMES IN KATSER PLANT fresh anxiety just after the sixJames R and hour cabinet session ended just Bratlein pre of lOlClK 111 UilG LUC lliai UUClCLLLUiJQ tilt raced to an equipment ed Kaiser steel Corp plant at Fontanai the American owned Cuban1 torpedo car to facilitate removal before 2 The blackout was sl in one the first operationa at the Electric adding there was no immediate indication of The power went on again over most of the city aft er about two Reply Coming Foreign Minister Raul Roa told newsmen that the govern ment would deliver its reply lat The 150ton cars are used to transport molten pig Iron from the blast furnaces lo the open Signing of a new with the United Steelworkers Union in first break in the 104day old steel the Kaiser plant to AP Wirephoto 29 The trade union newspaper Trud to dny carried a bitter blast at Walter the AFLrCIO vice president who tangled with Soviet Premier Nikltn Khru shchev during his The paper accused Reuther of n vn betraying the in terests of the working class and abandoning a Russian In the 1930s Reuther was among i largo group of American work ers at the Gorky informed of this said in DMroit I have been one of the main targets of Communist propa ganda for many Since the San Francisco meeting between Khrushchev and group of American Labor the Soviet television and other media of communica of their propaganda cnmpalfjn tions have stepped up the tempo M M of lies and This 2D latest attack is another such The United Stcelworkers and propaganda It is based the countrys top steel upon complete fabrication andl were ready to resume contract v m r Truds attack covered a pagc negoUations hcre tQday under J i t I VP M HIV On FT At r A n A under the headline qiininlori with Mi get ac Reuthc Lackey of the carried totters from men said they had worked with encwed government pressure for a quick settlement of the 107dnyold nationwide steel ASlPeinK to return to the Reuther and from a woman table weiB a four who said she was Rcuthers man unicm team headed by USW fotmei President David McDonald Thn paper carried a 1934 nnd a industry team v photograph of Gorky workei with onn idnntifiod as Reuthc eaded by Conrad a Steel executive vice Mexico Storm Dead Over 400 ertoday to against the protest nntiAmeri MEXICO A radio message from v r t See Page 12 29 French President Charles De Gaulle is reported to have pro posed that President Eisenhow er and other western leaders open their western summit conference in Paris That would begin the heads ofgovernment consultation two days after conclusion of a meet ingof foreign ministers of the 15 nations North Atlantic Trea ty An alternative possibility which has received some consid See Page 10 29 Jimmy Phillips of Angle ton is resigning from the Legis lature and joining the Dow Chemical legal department in Dow Vice President Beutel said The resignation has been sent Price It is effective was elected to the House in Lyndon Johnson lys Hes Proud D Be Politician By The Associated Press Lyndon Johnson told a Paris crowd Thursday that 1960 is no time for him to change his aim of being the countrys best Johnson spoke to a combined service club luncheon after an earlier breakfast appearance in Sulphur He had talks scheduled in Clarksville and Texarkana Thursday afternoon and Throughout a Central Texas tour Wednesday and his swing into deep East Texas Thursday the Senate majority leader heard himself introduced as the next president of the United See Page 10 CXUaillOL LIJC 1 11 i t can campaign in tjuba and Casftatc Cohma toda said al tros charges that the govlfiast Persons are reported to have perished as a result of hurricane and flood in the town of The picked up here by an amateur radio was addressed to Mexicos Pres ident by the Rafael Chavez brother of Colimas gov City Manager Morgan Works Minatitlan is an island City Manag f V 14 was elected a vice president city of about Wednesday of the International City Managers Association for a two year term at the Asso ciations 45th annual conference which ends today Thursday vJ Added to those who lost their in coastal regions of Coli nd Jalisco counted lives ma earlier at nearly the loss of m agsumM the proportions of The annual conclave opened News of the high honor being conferred on Corsicanas city manager was received in tele grams from Orin one of this countrys worst nat ural disasters of modern The office of President Adol fo Lopez Mateos confirmed the death toll of 300 at Minatitlan executive to Mavor and said the number of 1 Reading and the Daily In 1958 City Manager Works was appointed by the Associa tion president to be one of eight delegates from this country to the World Association of Mayors and City Managers in but was unable to attend due to his duties as the citys chief probably would run into the Members of the gov See Page 13 By SAM DAWSOX NEW 29 Like the survivors of the bliz zard of 1888 the survivors of Black Tuesday on the stock market have long It was 30 years ago the bottom drop ped out of the stock Todays stock market has been But most stress all the measures taken since 1929 to keep the debacle from happening And they think the majority of Ameri cans are more sensible Stock prices had been riding high in whether measured by assets or Many of the stocks were new and un and some were phony or close to The little fellow was in the market up to his of ten over He had taken his life savings to Often he had only a 10 per cent equity tn his The rest was bor rowed many were wiped out over Banks The de pression not prosperity was just around the A lot of big boys were in and on shaky Many of them were wiped out and some committed suicide or died of heart On Black Tuesday a record shares were traded on the New York Stock Exchange in the frantic effort to In a series of lesser falls prices kept on going down until mid But in the wake of Black Tuesday came a long series of measures by the government and by private business and fi nancial institutions to tidy up stock market prices and guard against a repetition of the dis covered stock prices have re and pulled well ahead of hitting a new record high this Trading is of ten fairly heavy but not at the rate of the four and five mil lion share days of the late This year daily trading aver aged in the first three See Page 12 Newsbc His Weekly Tip as city manager of both Longvicw and Sher man before he was named to his post here in OBJECTIVES DIFFER 29 29 2 presi ents nickle a week tip to his sboy was returned with dividends The 13 yea r old Com gave a do ment in of Comnation to Resident Paul mons Wednesday night by Harstewart for the schoo s new old Wilson of Britains Labor science party The Soviets have phoSaid the newst tographed the reverse side of Five dollars isn t much to the The summit of ward the needed but at western aspirations has been least ll wil1 buV a few bncks to photograph the reverse side and someday I hope to be of Miss Jayno studying science there ly two million fires cost the Uni ted States some 1 14 billion dollars in money loss and a new high in the destruc tion of homes in the Na tional Fire Protection re ported The overall property loss was a little less than that of the year but not The asso ciations fire record department noted the approximate fires logged represented a re duction of some from 1957 and a decline of in while totnl losses wore checked the NFJA report more American homos went up in Miiohc than ever beforo In The record shows fire dn stroyrd or damaged dwellings in causing a loss of about 300 million dol These which arc new represent an in crease of In dwelling housft firns and In dollar cost to home owners over the previous The main causes of fires in buildings in described by the NFPA as almost all avoid were defective heating See Page 12 ver Restored ttrgeons 29 A team of doctors has succeeded for the first time in grafting bock the severed leg of a Surgeons said they could find no parallel in medical history for the operating performed in Eden hospital although such things as severed finger tips and enrs have been The announced was kept secret for three until doctors de cided it The whose names will remain secret until their work can be reportrd in medicnl described tho operation anonymously in the Hay ward The right leg of Billy was crushed n few inches above the knnn by a crane while he wns rebrlcldnp a furnace in the nearby Dccoto plant of the Pipe and Foundry only n twoinch of skin connected the leg to the One of the highlight of the Navarro Junior College Home coming events scheduled Sat urday is announcement of thft of Mnf Vnar The identity of the exstudent will be revealed during the Sat urday dinnerbanquet in the Cactus Room of the Na varro The student will he selected by the five original faculty members at the Making the selection are Gaston Miss Margarot Earl Edgar and Ted who at tended Navarro from 1950 to won the plaque last Dean Gooch made the A bA 1 t I Next to it was a new photograph of Reuther shaking hands with Can Scfc Pattern a General Motors executive The lndustry team represents under a caption saying Having11 of the countrys top produc sold out the interests of the crs who Usimlly set the contract patcrn for smaller The top industry and union negoti ators last met here on Arthur USW gen eral is scheduled to file a formal appeal petition with the Supreme Court which Wednesday refused to grant the government motion to vacate the injunction stay granted by Pittsburgh It was indicated the govern ment woufcj oppose a top court L This was the first time such Rn award had been The of the to honor one of t if ell former students at junior college who has been ou Sponccr fs now president of the ExStudent lc was a member of Phi Theta National Honorary So ciety and president of the Stu Council while attending After graduation from Na vnrro he furthered his studies at Texas Weslcyan Colleiro antl b 5s Page 10 ing Del United A shipment of 370 tons of Rus ianmado pig iron has been In he Black River yards of the ilL V Y til I VtllW LLy O Perkins School of Theology ay a railroad spokea He was formerly assistant pastor of the First Methodist Sen Page 7 See 10 Man Tempted But He Returns 29 Beeslcy was busy at parttime job as a service station An unidentified man handed him a Lady left it in the phone the man Shell probably be back for But nobody showed up to claim and when business slacked off Bcesley looked in side for Among the usual parapherna lia was an envelope containing was alone in the Besides his Job he is a business consultant for a power He needs two jobs to support a 22yearold son a Mormon mistonary and to provide for his wife and a 15yearold daughter at Did he think about keeping the money J thought about he Who wouldnt But he He called Doris Patter son to tell her the purse had See Page 10 State Department Revamped m By JOHN ILIGIITQ 29 The resignation of Robert Murphy as under secretary of state has almost completed an unplanned shakeup in the state department high It has been underway since Christian Herter took control last Two further developments are in prospect A successor must be found to fill Murphys key And Ambassador Charles veteran expert on next week will a new post as Herters special adviser on Soviet The changes involving five policymaking positions could have important impact on the development of foreign policy toward various parts of the but Herters associ ates say they were not made with any policy purpose in Murphys resignation was an nounced by the White House Wednesday wrote President Eisenhower that he was resigning effective 3 for personal The President accepted the res ignation with deep but with complete He said that Murphy had well earned his unofficial title as this countrys 1 diplomatic trouble Later Murphy told reporters it was an awfully tough deci sion to He said he want ed greater financial security and more time with his family than his state department du ties had He will take a job in private State department press offi cer Lincoln White said reports that policy differences had any thing to do with Murphys res ignation were completely un Murphy had turned down the job of ambassador to West The post will vacant soon with the retirement of Ambassador David Herter became secretary last April succeeding the lato John Foster Since then he has had to deal not only with Murphys resig nation and the recall of Boh but also with the selection of new assistant secretaries for European Far Eastern Affairs and Middle Eastern af The European post was open ed up by the promotion of Liv ingston Merchant fo a new position as deputy under sec There Is speculation that Merchant may succeed Murphy as under secretary for political Foy Kohler was made act ing assistant secretary to take over the duties formerly han dled by Merchant but the job still has not been filled on a permanent Walter Dulles assistant secretary for the Far resigned because of ill health and his office was filled by the promotion of a Graham Middle Eastern expert Wil liam Hountree was named ambassador to Pakistan and was replaced by another career Lewis Herter said who spent 39 years in the foreign See Page 12 UN MEMBERS IGNORE ANIMOSITIES TO SPONSOR DISARMAMENT RESOLUTION T The eight carloads of material shipped here by rail from the spokesman According to customs Mie consignee la Primary Indus rlos of 120 Wall ow York UNITED 29 an unprecedent ed all 82 UN members have agreed to join in sponsor Ing an EastWest disarmament resolution despite traditional animosHins splitting tho gen eral assemblys Never before have Israel and the Arab states cosponsored a UN Nor is there any precedent for the appearance of Soviet Russia nncl Nationalist China on the same list of spon Disarmament makes strange commented one He said many delega tions would have refused to join the parade of sponsors except for their keen desire to sne the now round of disarmament talks begin on an even The resolution calls for turn Miami Council ard Snnitnry tho rail ond official officer of American Stan ing over all cliRormnmcnt proclarcl Sflicl ho WM ftware thafc posalfi made before the assembly the plant was to receive a ship to the 10nation EastWest of foreign pig but I mlttoo that will meet in Geneva CCrlalny dldnft know whero tfc u wns coming next The reso ution Trn ao b y He said raw material pur cndorsea no spocific arms were handled by tho posal but refers indirectly York City In Hartke DInd said he wag shocked learn that ton of pig Premier plan for Nlkita totnl i Khrushchevs cliHiirmamcn within four years and British to i iuu tun 01 DIE Foreign Minister Sclwyn Lloyds iron made in Russia had been call tor step by step to tho United States uring the stool He said Commerce Department re ncrs behind the current arms ported some of it was delivered resolution in advance was press for a ton in The move tn pot all 82 mem d It Sne Pacts 10 Sec RED Page 12 Reverses To Integrate 29 Negroes were barred from six city swimming pools and other recreation areas today following quick rnvftrsal of city mnnager Irn Willwrd by the Miami city Willard had issued an order Tunsdny opening the previously allwhite pools and parks tn negroes and ncprooa usrrl two pools yesterday before the commission I had no legal basis on which I could rnfusft them Willard told thr Mayor Robert King High he hnd grave fears about what might happen if Wil lards order wns put into Willnrrt issued an order re turning the poolsand parks to the status they were The NAACP has said if thn commission did not nprn recreation arras it would into court Court action already brought integration to the citys golf course and public trans See Page 13 the has United States has a spec tacular new entry In the space balloon as big as a 10 story building that inflates 250 miles above the The first spnce balloon launch ing Wednesday at Wallops Is was a smashing suc Not only did thn balloon perform RH it startled the dickens out of hundreds of all over the Eastern Sea The 100 foot in dia WHS tho highest object anyone lias ever sent up into the fringes of But it only weighed 330 It was not tnennt to go Into arid soon foil back into the II was visible for 10 Later the National Aeronautics ami Space Adminis tration hopes to put some of thisn giant space travelers into orhit firoiirul thn The fired at caught the rays of the sun at the top of its flight As it unfolded up it alum ninized surface caught the light at different angles and senfc forth myriad flashes of reflect ed Many who saw it thought it was a surrounded The project was not announc ed in advance and nobody knew what it Airline pilots in flight made the airwaves crackle with quer ies of what U it we do Robert director of the moonwatch station at New said it look ed like the craziest thing In the Ive never aeon anything like echoed a watch supervisor at Newark Civil defense officials check od in with their headquarters within po liue and radio station telephone switchboards were glutted with calls from the curious or tho David of an Associated Press re See Page 12 ;