I r 1 p> .? M & our united rund. Needs net INDEX Comics 11-8 Sports 1-7 Editorials 11-4 TV Log M5 Hospitals 1-4 Want Ads 1-14 Markets 1-4 Cats' Meow 1-12 SINCE JAN. I, I960 IN LAMAK COUNTY Trsffic Deaths 1.4 Traffic' Injuries ..,.,:,.,,. 43 91 $t YEAR. NO. 82 AP Leased Wire—Price 15c PARIS, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9, 1960, 34 PAGES IN THREE SECTIONS ESTABLISHED 1869 EMERGENCY DECLARED United Fund Drive Atl-Out Push Set Declaring the 1960 Unit e d Fund Campaign in L a m a r County in a state of emergency, drive officials have launched plans for an all-out effort Wednesday to boost the drive over the lop. Paris Mayor Bill Rayan has procl-jimed the day "U Day" with the sloyan, "Have U Given?" Drive officials looked o n progress thus far in Hie three- week-old drive toward $74,850 with dismay, and pinned t h e problem to poor work on the part of some workers holding pledge cards. "U Day" is designed to have all cards worked by the end of the day. Noting the "U Day" plans for Wednesday, the usual quiet of Paris will be broken continually by the sound of sirens from ambulances, police cars and other emergency vehicles. Chairman Bob Watson, t h e vehicles won't be speeding to their usual types of emergencies. They'll be used to pickup cards which have been worked and those whi c h haven't been worked. The- campaign office at 138 Lamar Avenue will be the day's busy headquarters. Chairman Watson, United Fund President Harold Hodges and all division chairmen and co-chairmen will coordina t e the activities by gathering at the campaign office at 8 a.m. There each divison chairman will be assigned a particular hour for each of his section chairmen to be present at the office and spend two hours each on the telephone. They will call every man on their team and check on ev-' ery outstanding card, he said. If Ihc cards haven't been worked an ambulance, police car or another siren-equipped vehicle will be dispatched inv ,Scc PUSH, Page 4, Col. 2 Truman Visit Heads Drive For Texas Votes This Week By DAVE CHEAVENS Associated Press Staff Hit'em hard Harry Truman conies to Texas this week for three speeches and a secret strategy conference with Democratic leaders at Sen. Lyndon Johnson's ranch. Wilh chieftains on both sides feeling the race is wide open in Texas, the supreme bid for the independent or undecided voter is intensifying. Vice President Richard Nixon in his debate Friday night with Sen. John Kennedy renewed the Republican appeal to the voter who doesn't mind crossing party lines, especially in presidential races. With the Democrats bringing in one of their biggest guns, Texas voters and the slate's 24 electoral ballots are not only being wooed ( will confer with Republican lead- by the Republicans, but by the former Gov. Allan Shivers organization, the Carr Collins organization, and the struggling Constitution Party. A return visit by Nixon is in prospect for after Oct. 15, Republican sources said. Democratic strategists said Kennedy would be thrown into the fight for Texas again if it seems necessary. Another major Republican leader will be in Texas later this week, emphasizing how important the planners of all parties consider the presidential situation here. National GOP Chairman Thurston Morton, a Kentucky senator, will ers at Victoria and Houston. Charles Sullivan. Constitution Party nominee fur President, is touring Texas. He started at Hous ton, moved into Lufkin, Crockett, Nncogdoches and San Augustine and scheduled appearances at Tyler, Kilgore, Longview and Dallas Truman will speak at a lucheon at Texarkana Monday noon and again that night at a democratic fund - raising dinner in San Antonio. After dedicating the Harry S. Truman Junior High School Tues day morning, the former president OVER YEAR AGO Deposits Hike In Texas Banks By ROBERT E. FORD Associated Press Slaff Writer Bar.' deposits in most Texas cities showed an increase over the money on hand a year ago. Dallas County again ted the state in deposits. : Cities with declines "blamed special reasons, such as a late harvest. Wilton Daniel, president of the Clearing House Association at Tyler, said "This is one of the most satisfactory gains we have record- ei in some time." A Fort Worth banker said the deposit figure showed business is ''just as strong if not stronger than fir- lime last year. Our economy is still healthy." The bank report., turned up after a call for statement of condition of banks a- of Oct. 3. Figures for this year compared to last Oct. 6, showed: Dallas County $2,370,833,000 and $2.279.558,000. Dallas City $2,290,815,000 and $2.204,069.000. Harris County S2.23B. 119.000 and $2.106,000,000 i Highest in history for iall and second highest in history Most of the increase came in city banks). Tarrant County $730,839,000 and $720,355,000. Tyler $85,881.000 and $78,121,000. Victoria $88,931,^00 and $87,572.000. highest fall renort since a record in 1957. Benumont $143.883,000 and $134,149,000. Austin $247,514,000 (no comparison available). Wichita County $171,884,000 and $170,427,000. be in Dallas Oct. 15. He will tour ] \ v ij| g 0 [ C the Johnson ranch the heavily - pouplated Lower Rio i There he will meet wilh distn Grande Valley. On Oct. 16 Morton j anc ) county campaign managers, state officials and congressmen including Speaker Sam Rayburn. Reporters wil; be barred. After the strategy ta'ks, Truman goes to Waco for a night speech. Both Rayburn and Johnson are out campaigning for the ticket in the doubtful South. Rayburn made appearances in Alabama and Louisiana during the week, hitting hard at Nixon and asserting a Democratic Congress needs a Democratic President to work Same Story, Closer Margin As U. N. Rejects Red China Commies Show Gain Despite 10th Defeat UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (AP) -For the 10th straight year, but by the closest margin yet, the U.N. General Assembly voted Saturday to bypass the issue of Red China's claim to membership. Only 56 per cent of the members supported the U.S. demand that the issue be shelved. This compared wilh 85 per cent at the peak of support for the U.S. position in 1952. The progressive decline in the U.S. margin raised a serious question of how long American officials could fend off membership of a Peiping regime ruling 650 million Chinese. Saturday's vote was 42-34 to uphold the assembly's Steering Committee, which had voted to shelve the issue for the duration of this session. There were 22 abstentions. One member nation, the The vote had been tensely awaited as a new barometer of the relative strength of the Soviet and Western blocs. Attention was riveted on the newly independent African states, just admitted to the United Nations. Most of them—there are 16 new African members at this session- clung to independent positions and abstained from voting. Ghana and Guinea, as usual, supported the Soviet proposal. And the newest member, Nigeria, volcd in favor jof Red China. In 1959, svhen there were 82 members in the assembly, the vote was 44 to bypass, 29 against and 9 abstentions. This year, with 22 abstentions, it was evident the result could have been a Communist victory if some of these had decided to vote for Red China. seated. Wichita Falls 5159,135,000 and $159,837,000. Edinburg S12.221.000 and $11,891.000. "orsicana 525,585.000 and S26,- 619,000. the decline blamed on short crops and withdrawals by individuals ^or investment. Midland $118,307,000 and $112,058,(100. Orange • County $34,623,000 and $31,342,000. Browmvood'$15,387,000 and $14,951,000. Dcnlon $23,940,000 and $26,103,000, decline attributed to continued withdrawal of state funds in college building program, and slov harvest. most effectively. Johnson leaves on an extensive (our of Dixie Monday and will not be on hand (o be host to Truman and Raybtirn at his ranch. Shivers, who served longer than any other Texan as a Democratic governor, is stepping up his campaign for Nixon this week. Tuesday he speaks at a $5 a plate fund raising dinner with live and delayed television appeances. "Kennedy versus Texas" is the subject of his address. Wednesday Shivers appears at a reception and political rally at Hallettsville. Shivers' organization is called Texas Democrats for Nixon-Lodge. ASSETS OF PARIS BANKS SHOW HIKE Total assels of (he two Par is banks, Liberty National and First National, zoomed upwards over a quarter of a million d o 1- lars during the past four months. The rise was reflected in quarterly statements of condition issued by the two banks as of business October 3. Banking business locally is running generally wilh the'tide across only $17.011,846.03. Tlic October statement relayed a pleasing note for bankers since statements issued in June pointed to a decrease in both assets and deposits. Liberty National lists an asset lolal of $10,228,;if.0.23, and this is an increase of $170,331.74 over Ihe previous total. Congo ( Leopold ville) is not yet! The Communist bloc evidently had little expectation in advance that its fight to get the issue to the assembly floor for full debate would succeed, but the Russians could claim a victory in the lowered margin. The United States, however, hailed the vote as a vindication of U.S. policy. U.S. Ambassador James J. Wadsworth said the vote "shows that the United States' policy to keep Red China out of the United Nations, in light of Red China's •aggressive and warlike behavior, continues to have the support of (he majority of the world community." India, a leading nation among th so-called neutralists, led a last-ditch fight to keep the assem- CHRISTMAS PARADE SET I DECEMBER 3 | Santa Claus is coming to$ town and this year he will ar-sj rive on December 3 in the La-; ; ! mar County Christmas Pa-|t rade. || Bob Cox, chairman of La-';; mar County Chamber of Com-^i merce Christmas Parade Com-II miltee, announced plans for || the parade today. - SI The parade will get under M way at 10 a.m., leaving from £ the Market Square and follow-pi ing the - same route as las t^ year. A parade route will be4 printed in a later edition of;vi The News. • . | A total of $75 will be offered* this year for float entries. 1 ! First prize will be $50 andf second prize, $25. All entries,^ other than those of Paris mer-;S chants, are eligible to com-'* pete. bly from brushing aside the Red China issue. But its delegate, V. K. Krishna Menon was overruled in an attempt to persuade the assembly to require a two thirds vote on the issue, rather than a simple majority. A two- thirds vote requirement would have defeated the United States on the issue even before the latest vote. The assembly then adjourned until Monday. Paris Native's Three Children Die in Fire Fire which swept the Portland, Ore., home of Joe Garrett, son of Winfred P. Garre' and Mrs. Garre! 827 W. Kaufman St., here, early Friday, caused the death by suffocation of three of bis four young children and a maid attending them. His wife, the former Miss Connie Owsley of Dallas, and the couple's eldest little girl, Wendy, asleep in arother part of the hou^e, were rescued by firem e n answering the alarm. Mr. Garrett was away from home at the time, and was not reached immediately. The family had moved to Portland about a year ago. Mr.Gar- relt being transferred there from Dallas as division sales manager for Sheffield Steel Corporation. Relatives here, including Mr. Garrett's brother, Preston Garrett who arrived from Dallas, said cause of the fire had not been determined, the first theory of remaining with Mr. and MYs. W. P. Garrett here, their father being unable to make the trip. ARRESTED — Elton Harold Hale, 43-year-old Arkansas ex-convict, is flanked by Sgt. Don Ellworth, right, and Detective Bobbie Hill, left, in Lancaster, Calif., after Male's arrest. Police said Hale admitted leading two other men in a four-state foray of perhaps 100 highway robberies in California and the Southwest. On the table are gloves, gun and .portable spotlight which officers said they found in'Kale's car. (AP Wire- photo) JBK Urges New Moves in Africa the slnlc. Most banks in as report increases. Assets in the two banks First National's totul assets arc faulty wiring in the living area of $10,959,831.57, which is a rise of $286,035.45 over the June 15 total of $10,672,806.12. Deposits note a $185,637.40 increase. The total now is $18,097,- Tcx- i now i!),731,471.34 and is a $107,- !fiJ3.71 increase over (he June total tola! lot $0,623.837.63. th house having been discarded. Liberty National showed an increase in deposits of $148,704.40 and First National's increase was S30.853.03. The total at Liberty National is $0,235,080.42 -and at 484.44 while the previous total was First National, $8,861,504.02. Wendy, five, her mo t h e r were in a wing separate from the part of the house where Ihe maid was with the younger children, Angela, three; Victoria, 15 months olri and Gaye, four months. Mrs. '"" 'ett's parents, and m I W: GRID SCORES brother, Col. nnd Mrs. Alvin M. Owsley and Alvin M. Owsley, "V Jr., left Dallas for Portland after i being notified of the tragedy. Afl .r word was received that 1 'he funeral services will be held 'n Portland, Tuesday at 10 a.m., Preston Garrett arranged to fly \ therr his sister, Mrs. A. K. Stein- I heimer, here from Big Spring Paris Shotgun Fight Hurts 2 A -hotgun skirmish at 13th NE and East Center here early Saturday evening left two Paris Ne- groet sprayed with buckshot and a third in Lnmar County jail. Thurman West, identified by of- ficerr, as one of the principals, is in Lnmar Medical Center with buckshot wounds in the chest, arms, leg and thigh. The second sho" --n wielder was arrested and placed in County Jail. An elderly bystander, identified as Jim Young, .suffered minor buckshot wounds in the hand and leg but wasn't hospitalized. Officers said he wasn't involved ir the shooting. •"Investigating were Constable Scott Dollins, Police Sgt. Leroy St . and Police Sgt. Rex Helms. The shooting occurred at 7 p.m. Off : "ors said that 'wo men blazed away with shotguns from separate sides of the street. EN ROUTE WITH KENNEDY (AP)—Sen. John F. Kennedy Saturday said the United States must embark on "a bold and imaginative new program" to help the new nations of Africa develop in freedom. In a 1,500-word statement, . the Democratic presidential nominee set forth a five-point program which he said could begin "to reverse the disastrous errors and neglect of the past eight years " "This Republican record of neglect and indifference—of drift -and failure and retreat—has resulted in steady decline in American prestige in Africa and a steady growth of Soviet influence," he said. Kennedy issued his statement on the turbulent African situation during a campaign swing through central and western Kentucky, a state carried by President Eisen- lower four years ago. He spoke first at Lexington, on he University of Kentucky campus, and flew to Bowling Green :o address a rally at the court louse before going on west lo Paclucah. With respect to Africa, Kennedy said Ihe only real question is I Syracuse 75, Holy Cross 6. Texas 24, Oklahoma 0, Houston 17, Aggies 0. TCU 27, Texas Tech 7. Rice 70, Florida 0. fast Texas 14, Texas A&! 6. Baylor 28, Arkansas 14. Navy26,SMU7. Oklahoma State 28, Tulsa 7. Paris 7, Mt Pleasant 6. Greenville 0, McKinney 0 (tie). Cooper 30, Farmersville 0. Clarksville 36, DeKalb 0. Hugo 8, Durant 3. 1 WEATHER LOCAL: U.S. Weather information for the 2'i-hour period lo B a.m. Saturday courtesy of Observer W. J. Thomas. High temperature 76. Low 60. Overnight tow 60. Rainfall, trace. Rainfall to date this year 46.83 Inches. Rainfall to this date Inst year 40.24 inches. Humidity &5%. Bnromet «r 2!).9R nnd stcndy. EAST TEXAS — CIcnernlly fair through Mondny. A Httlc warmer f^>:!!.?^^ " ,>;..;'.:.;; ^.^v, ;.-;/../j.vi^ii.^'-v^fc^-v,!.;.«•>,'^^^ Sunday. TIlRh Sunday 80 to Rfl. OKLAHOMA — Generally through Sunday night. fair 15 Anti-Reds Freed In Cuban Jailbreak HAVANA (AP) —The skillfully plotted escape of 15 political prisoners from ancient Morro Castle here Friday has released a jjroup O f former army officers sworn to battle Communist infiltration in Cuba'j armed forces. A comparison of the names of Hie escapees with those sentenced by a military tribunal last Dec. 15 shows at least 14 of the 15 are associates of Maj. Hubert Matos, formerly one of Prime Minister Fidel Castro's top aides. . Malos, Castro's former military commandant in Camnfiuey province and one of thr revolution's leaders, is serving a 20-year sen tcnco for treason.. whether the nations of the conti nent will look west or east — to Washington or Moscow '— fot help and guidance in their efforts lo win independence and improve living standards. "This choice may well deter mine the course of the cold war— whether the world shifts toward communism or towards democracy, towards freedom or slavery —in the years to come," Kennedy said. Kennedy's program for Africa listed these points: 1. America must ally itself with the rising tide of nationalism in AFTER TV BOUT Nixon Travels Westward, Kits Farm Program LA CROSSE, Wis, (AP)— Vice President Richard M. Nixon zigzagged westward Saturday, borne up by a flood of "well don -'e- up by a flood of "well done telegram- over Friday night's debate with Democratic candidate John. F. Kennedy. Nixon also had a slight cold. Bidding for Midwest farm votes Nixon renewed hjs attack on Kennedy's farm program at this western Wisconsin agricultural center of 47,000. He said the Kennedy program of "planned scarcity" \vould bring "black markets, farm slaughtering and all the evils of OPA days." At Rochester, Minn., Nixon got an enthusiastic crowd of 5,000 or so at the famed rredical centers new airport. Sheriffs deputies escorted the vice presidents parked plane ,on ponies. Nixon said Kennedy talks about programs, but has "not produced yet and therefore does not de- servp to r»° president." Here, where the Mayo Clinic Is located, Nixon again criticized Kennedy's medical care for the aged program and added: "Our program is that every person over 65 who wants medical care can have it, but no one who doesn't would be forced to against his will. We think that's-the'American way." Again he got in one of his fa- voriate lines: "It "-n't Jack's money they're going to spend, it's your money," and another: "The Republicans .would keep the peace without surrender." Rains Dry Up Over State Saturday By THE ASSOCIATED PKESS Rains dried up in Texas Satu'r- Africa. "It is vilal that we un-i day, leaving large patches of equivocally place ourselves on the side of man's right to govern himself." 2. "We must make the United Nations the central instrument of our energies and policies in Africa." 3. To meet the educational needs of Africa, the United States must greatly increase the number of African students brought here for university training and also establish a multination \frican education development fund. He added Sec UUGES, rage 4, Col. 1 morning fog which contributed to a traffic death. Skies were clear or only partly cloudy over most of the state. The cloud banks were thickest in extreme East Texas. Two cars collided head oh in thick South Central Texas fog ner LaGrange, -a'"3in? the death of PauI.Srubar, 20,, -f WestpoinL Early afternoon temperatures ranged from a .cool.63'at Texarkana to 93 at Laredo. Most readings were in the high 70s or low 80s. political potpourri That other man who is running against Lyndon Johnson, Republican Senate-rial Candidate John G. Tower of Houston, will touch the Paris area in his whirlwind Texas campaign Monday Tower is seeking Johnson's U. S. Senatorial seat, while the Majority Leader is running for both Senate and Vice-Presiclcnt. He'll reach Paris from the Sherman-Dcni- for the coming weeks wil be mapped. Cornell has appointed precinct chairmen in virtually all or Lamar's voting precincts now,and the campaign will'he directed through those areas. He says the Dollars for Democrats drive is bringing in money, but more could he used. . . THE KEN JEDY-JOHNSON Headquarters are being kept open in the aftrenoons by a volunteer son area about 11:30 a. m. Monday, will be at group of ladies, headed by Mrs. Bill Upscomb. Ihc Nixon-Lodge headquarters on the Plaza here for an open house during mid-day and plans considerable hand-shaking around town. Tower, 35, starter! as an unknown and has stirred up something of a campaign against Johnson. Texas now has only one Republican in Washington, Representative Bruce Alger of Dallas, and Tower would like to be the second. . . LAMAR DEMOCRATS ' are currently occupied with Former President Harry Trumnn's Monday noon appearance in Texarkana, and a general meeting of all campaign workers Monday evening in Paris. Some 15 to 20 Lamar Democrats have tickets to the Truman address. Included arc some of the gilt-edged 550 tickets which entitle them to sit at the head table. ; . % CAMPAIGN CHAIRMAN Leighton Cornell has called the Monday evening meeting of Democratic workers. H will begin at 7 p. m. at the Kennedy-Johnson Headquarters. •'Plans Among the ladies who've worked at the campaign ofice are Mrs. Lipseomb, Mrs. Hardy Moore, Mrs. T. D, Wells : Sr.. Mrs. V. A. Rogers, Mrs. Leighton Cornell and others. . . . THE NIXON-LODGE Headquarters are being kept open from 9 a. m. to 5 p. .m. Monday through Saturday by volunteer workers. Doug Robinson, County Republican Chairman and campaign chairman for the Nixon-Lodge ticket, is directing the drive. Mrs. Sam Whitaker of Paris is .District-Com- mittenwoman for the Republican Party. Robinson said the Republican campaign here is being carried out through newspaper, radio and mail advertising. Literature, buttons and bumper stickers are being distributed, .\ . REGARDLESS OF PARTY, interest in the November Presidential election is mounting steadily in the Paris area. Lamar County may vote its strength in a General Election for a change. . . .
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