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   Ruston Daily Leader (Newspaper) - November 9, 1959, Ruston, Louisiana                                If MAN MUM wtio it chic to fit IfMi to present festal Hit preiente ef Hit A tontf in f NNM toll trip to Me it arc you TO ftttOflT A Mill flftl C4 Fellow The Leader Swing Tht North Loultiana Hill Country 7 TOUJSIAN A MONDAY7 Ptriih Sfctrifff call Prtnlt Nrttt ftcftftr At Price Fle Cents 43 Freight Cars Wrecked Health Warns In Cranberry Purchases HOMECOMING LOUISIANA TECH will be held NfA Mtfci theie girlt constitute the royalty or the Shown in the center ii Harper Of West The maids from Pot Ruston Kay ViHo Platte Sandra Shreveport Judy Rus ton Linda Lou Springhill Linda Bas trop Rita and Mary They were chosen by the Tech football squad and the T The athletic highlight of the home coming activities will be the football game between Tech and Memphis State University at 2 ParentTeacher Group Of Methodist School To Meet Thursday At The second regular ipeeting of the Parents and Teacher group of Trinity Methodist Kindergarten md Nursery School will be held on Thursday November at in the Tech Room of the Tri nity Church Ihe program committee has planned what we feel to be a very excellent topic for the evenings The topic selected as per the request of the entire group at our Sep tember meeting Setting Stan dards ir Our Homes Tbe Effects For leading the discussion on this subject we have selected a panel of the following people James Pas Ruston Presbyterian Church Paul head of De partment of Tech member of our group of at the Kindergarten and manager of radio station Ruston lirsl grade teacher at Phillips School and David president of our Kin dergartcnllursery School Parent Teacher group and local This panel will provide a short discussion of lie subject and ilier we will break up into live smaller groups for individual and These five Andrews Funeral Conducted Yesterday At Bernice was i buried at the Bernicrcemetery yesferday at j officiated at the funeral j died in a Bernice Clinic early Saturday following a short A memlxr of the Baptist she was president the and the teacher ol the Win One Sunday school class in church for 17 i Andrews is ivvd by i her Andrews twoi Doris I Oak Grove j Germany two Mlanehiird Dai and six grand Ruston Family Says Son Recovers From Lung Cancer herdsman for Pine Ridge Dairy reports his son Joseph is well today and All the credit belongs to He bad sent home of lung cancer seven months ago and today he is a well According to reports he is still smoking cigarettes and living a normal who livs al 415 North Homer says her son lives in and was diagnosed as having lung cancer seven months lie was in bad condition and did not expect lo live to see his child according to there is no trace of cancer and he has gained JO His wife Belly and two 12 and Dejiise will Ihem and a fine Uneewteks old says his apparent CtlUt was ealing i lie says he gotthis idea from reports on the death of Sejreiary of Slate John Foster Mayerle was a bartender and was stiil home io Now he is able to cut wood and is in bub bling His parents an over his recovery and hopi visit tinin in Charles Funeral Today At New Hope Church tty Health Secretary Arthur Flem ming has warned that the 1958 IHfjJ cranberry crop in Washing ton and Oregon contains a cancer producing residue from a weed kil Although science has not de termindc whether the weed killer produces cancer in human Flemming said he decided to re lease the incomplete information so far obtained because of his cuty to protect the lKallh l the American complete cooperation in preventing further sales of the 1958 and 1959 Washington and Oregon Over 400 Books On Display Al Ruslon Elementary School Children in the Rwton Elemen tary School will Go Exploring in Flemming told a news conferen Books during cc today the public will have to M Charles William of was buried this morning at the New Hope Baptist Service were conducted by and burial was under i the direction of the Kilpatrick Funeral liasis was born at Choud and died at bs Ruslon home on November He died from a heai Davis a local by the five We feel that this is a very time ly topic in view of the increasing juvenile delinquency the apparent loosenss of family and general relaxing of our moral We are sure that al in attendance can profit greatly from this meeting and urge you all to We are opening this meeting to i the public and especially to the j paronts of children in the other j KindergaricnNursory schools in j Phis is not a program of Huston four signed just for our but it is i K o of vast importance lo all parenst of young children who are truly concerned with providing a high moral standard of living in our Ruslon we take this opportunity of inviting any and all inteiesled parents to meet with us for what we are sure will be a imigorating A nur sery will be provided for the small annual Book Fair irom through Fri il j Mure than 400 books for children I from grades one through six will j be on in the school assem i bly special features of this chasing as he put until the cranberry industry has submitted a workable plan to se pa rate the contaminated berries from those that arc not contamij years exhibit will include an ar rangernent of Louisiana books and lie said the National Cranberry display This years Newberyaward The Witch of Blackbird Pond by Elizabeth George and the cent of the representin has 75 per offered Ruth Howard Funeral Today At Oak Grove Church Survivors include his dau West and her dress was Funeral for Ruth Howard were conducted this after noon at the Oak Grove Union Mrs Howard at home ad Davis has five sons John Odis Davis and Billy ol Firt Texas and James Davis ol Two Mrs Ruslon two C of C Will Name New Directors At Tuesday Meeting Ten new directors of the Ruston Chamber oi Commerce will be pre sented al the board meeting Tues day President Fred Jones will call the meeting to order a and all members are invited Those nominated have been ask ed to be present ani after the election the old and now members will elect ollicers for Regular business will be discus sed at the meeting including plans for the Christmas W says a full report of resolutions will be introduced for the oOo Bales Cotton Estimated WASHINGTON I UPI The Agriculture Department has esti mated that llmillionSOlthousand bales of cotton will be produced j this The estimate is up I bales from last months fon Todays based on Nov I ember 1st crop com pares with production lasi year of j llmillionr12ihousand and I the 10year average production ol 1 and M Davis of Rus Davh has 26 grandchildren and five She died after a long illness at the Collins Nursing Home Nov ember Burial was under the direction of the Kiipatrick Fune ral Home at Survivors include three step dau ghters Curtis Simsbo Bob and of Bien Caldecciiuward Chanti cleer and the illustrated by Barbara may be On Monday morning the Book Fair will open with a school as sembly in which three sixthgrade pupils will Brenda DICK will read The Land of Story Books by Robert Louis Steven son Jo Ann Jimmerson will read the which was especially written by Betty for this years Book Larry will present the ten rules he composed for the care of Copies of these rules will be given to each Stinking Tallow Covers Portion off Collinston Tne assembly room will be gay withfRook Week stream ftnd book Each child She had one j ill receive a bookmark with the Claude o i official Hook Week and poem printed on The Book Fair will be open to classes throughout the Study hours arid browsing periods will be held during the noon hours for interested Chinese Demand Buffer Zone On Indian Border NEW India when Ihe socalled McMahon Premier Chou enLai or Red China line established a border between lias proposed creation of a 25mile the two bin China does not buffer xone to ease its border recognixe the McMahon i pute ith The note The letter also accused Indian contains the first propotroops uf clashing with Chinese j sals by Communisi China to settle i troops October 28lb and said this the border It also suggests occurred in Chinese that Prime Minister Nehru meet The IYipiny noie also apparent1 with Chou in the immediate fuI ly contained a reiteraion Indias army commander I of Chinese claims to neatly repoiiediy has botn ordered to 000 square miles of lei j meet Red Chinese force with Indian j In word from Premier i j Khrushchev that he believes the dispute should be Khrushj in a talk with UPI corres pondein Henry said tbe Chinese Indian border dispute is concerned with an area not of an particular Diplomatic sources ai the United Nations say SecretaryGenera visit to Laos lead to a standing waichloy group in that southeast Asian kins leaves tomorj The Red Chinese proposal is the latest m fast moving developments over the IndiaChinese border dis The text OL Oious note was released immediately alter India had ordered its army to halt creep ing Chinese with Choi i proposed setting up a buffer io prevent armed In the Chou accused Indian troops of attacking Chinese foncs within Chinese Nehru bad sent a strongly efl nole to Chou called the Chinese leader a liar over the ter ritory Thi Chinese have occupied an area ul northeast In dia which U about the of the stale ijl Tins area has hien Indian since Rigoletto On Stage Tonite In Howard Auditorium I5y TOM KiOi Again this Noxemher le audience thii is present Aiitliterium to enjoy the great Verdi Opera Higcletto hear musicthai has all the dramatic fire Ilia matches the Vic 1or Hugo upon the mas ter founded and the score Verdis devotion the Victor Hugo phrase and line be cent as the actors and or rhesira employ their iechnitiuc in the characters in the ol the It a rare when has be under tin genius ol Iwo yreai the Held of jiiusic in oilier in combine their talents in a operatic offer ing as will obaiu ibis night at Hoxvari1 in the Gol dovsky Opera Companys produc tion ol Verdis II may IK the realm ol happy possibility that Ihe inldovsky ar tisls will be able to lake their lis teners into iimi rcaliu ul UK imagination by this reporter might be aide lo a for Leader as Henry James almost a century ago wrole in The Journal ol Cremona oi Uiat and his wife admired above all olh Vim they they stand lor a cenlury ol and ceniury ol lile is lie bus a cuiirlly oldlime grace oi bearing ami ne kissed his wiles Company hand when he ol her for a briel And the Madame surely is not old in spirit The occasion aboul which Henry James wrote was a Musical KestKal at Creiiiona in of ihi birthday of Stradivai At the time both Verdi ami Ins pasl eighlv Nears il lo personally inspect ibc Com munistihreatened 14 Ruston Members Of Writers Club Issues 100 Fourieen Huslonians are contri butors to a mimeokrapliLd volunii to be issued this is the Huston Writers Club Publica The which has in M paritioli duriii1 the past will be dislribuied il Ihe regular meet ini of thi Huston Writers Club next Thursday evening in the city will be Hiven to and IP oiiier ii to tiic ol Ihe oiva The Book Fair will be open to parents and the public from until oclock on Thursday af No books will be for sale this Children and adults who wish to obtain ixjoks may order them through the local hook Mary Wilson is chairman of arrangements for the 1959 Book All of tbe teachers in the Huston Elementary School Ruston Fle inenlary Scnool Thomas Lincoln Schools and Lena do Grum Supervise of School Libra Slate Department of Educa tion have given assistance and en cuuragemerjt in sponsoring the Hook Fire Officials Say Inferno Whipped Houston Ship Fire MARKETING Club members at Louisiana Tech have elected Charles Chuck of Homer as their He is a senior in the School of Business Administra tion at the The Marketing Club is affiliated with the American Marketing Two State Freshmen Found After Rough Hazing EAST Authorities at Michigan State University are investigating the fraternity hazing of two who were found abandoned along a darkened coated with paint and The 18yearold Michael Kukes and Martin Schutzcr of De troit are reported in good condition East Lansing The freshmen admitted they were pled ges and say older members of their fraternity abducted them Saturday spattered them with paint and bound them and left them on the occasion in opporiunily to spell1 the one in art and the subscribe A section cludrs paiinl con diamond John Frances on Polish up imagination and bring it with yen The doors will open at ubile curtain time is N One thing Omnipotence cannot do uul ihal is to make that which once occured never to have The past is mine liial history in were i ire ion with mis yi irs Conn ilmlors arc Kathleen I i and Kath leen DeCou A poHrj Miiion includis verses Hess CriMer Penii Alma Iliderick Uudolph and Herbert llui lies Other creative wiilmys been contributed by James U John Virginia and Johi Copies of the niiblicilioii ina b reservd by calling lranecs J I The flames are dying in that j Houston ship but the disaster claimed another j One of the firemen at the scene j slipped on the foamcovered deck i of the smouldering tanker Amoco Virginia and into a lie apparcnlly drowned in Fire officials say they seem to hive whipped the inferno that eil the Houston mio ai giant yesier Saturation of tbe tan1 will lirekilling ioamile apj pears hj the hue fed flames under lint Fire Chiel Hullock i still have an impuiiding dun The emergency Ingiui shortly af ter A barg tutd 1ien fftdiiiK gasoline to the tan Suddenly flames leaj across the watt T from the baiy to iie Tbe first explo sion in a series shook houses five to six miles The flames took the lives of se ven Another 41 and rescue were Amoco officials report three crewmen still are unaccounted j They checked nil Hie ship Saturday and havent been heard from Jones Counts 7222 Registered I There are now persons re gistered to vote in Lincoln Parish according to the parish Jones says during October and until closing time Wednesday November 4th there was a total of people who took ad vantage of the last minute oppor tunity to put their names on the Before the rush started in Sep tember there had been a list of 120 nurnes on the rolls qualified to There has not been lime for her office o break down the totals in to races but this report will be marie at a later or be avail able for those who wish to Jones Jones and Floy Van Ilook worked during regular hours every day to all who wished to register and cooperated ivith everyone coming to the Ann Scott Billings Slated For Court In Memphis Today UPI Ann Scitl Hillings Governor Karl Longs auburnhaired acqiuiintenc of his vacation trip lasi has been scheduled to appear in court today to answer charges of va gngicy and soliciting Police said Mrs Billings was re leased after posting a bond after her arrest lalf Saturday night by vice squad They saiii she could either show up in court and defend herself a gainst the charges or could simply forfeit Authorities would not release de tailsof ihe The 38yearold mother of two met Hie governor while be was on a tour of the west after he freed himself from a state mcnlid A thunderous derailment of 43 out ol UG can in a Missouri Pacific frcigli train occurred this morning at i small town near just heforcchildren swarmed across that spot on the tracks on their to The hurtling which tore up some 400 yards ft tratk and nar rowly missed nearby were piled up three deep in No one was but tank cars among those derailed burst spraying a nauseating blanket of animal tallow over nearby houses and There were no but the derailerl cars barely missed plow ing into the surrounding The track was like a string for nearly 400 yards and the mangled Ciirs were piled deep in Officials said that fifteen minutes after the wreck the tracks would have been swarming with children on their way to Railroad officials said the acci dent was caused by a journal box Tbe 43 derailed cars were plucked from the middle of the leaving 63 others still on the tracks behind th A nauseating blanket of animal tallow covered the southern half of which is about seven miles south of Dastrop and has about GOO The yellow liquic gobs of tallow flew through the air when tank ears oOo Steel Mills Start Promise 6 Weeks Dell very By UPI The first poststrike steel is trickling from the nations Slcelvvorkers by the thousands are being called back to In some aimsmore than half the pro duction force is back the In the nations steel Steel and Jones and Laughlin say they will have the bulk of their forces on the job be fore the end of the Management sources say full production will not be reached on an industrywide basis for at least six Government economists predict economy losses will become worse of better in the next few Steel Magazine says automobile production will run about 45 per cent less in November than in Oct ober despite mopening of the mills The industry publication says steel shortages will force auto pro ducers to drop production lo only less than half of the planned Automotive reports says the strike cut tbe auto industrys pro duction last week to about half of the peak The agency says plant shutdowns and shorten ed WOIK weeks limited the indus trys output last week to a little more than Treasury Undersecretary Fred Schnbaer says the forces of a runaway inflation have been and he termed the out look for the economy The government official also said world markets arcexpanding and open ing new channels for increased Three Wrecks Occur During Weekend Here L A Mount Pleasant man was in the Ruston Hospital with minor injuries as the result one of three that occured in the Ruston area over the a resident of Mount was involved Jp t car collision here Sunday after Hospital officials said that Nolan was not seriously i Nolan and a Negro collided David a Rutiton apparently went to sleep wheel Sunday morning and hospitalized with minor In another Ken Brews ter of Dubach collided with of Also rid ing tne car with Smith wag Sam All were talized but discharged No charges were filedhi the By IIP I k Weekend InLpi have resulted in at leairrgix Five persons in traffic UPI while a yotfttf to death at Opelotuash By a A gang or es caped in a gunbattle 75 po licemen in Police have begun an intensive search of the furrounding a golf club for the three cr our men shot it out from the cltib One gunman used the cluiii caretaker as a shield to maM successful but later leased him the apparently under cover of pre dawn made their way outof the One policeman wouftted when a bullet sent glass but two of the gang are be lieved The franti cally called police when she one man holding a gun on her Early the wife of cluh caretaker looked out the of her spotted holding guns on her called Police arrived and began changing shots with the gang mem One of the gunmen eacaped using the caretaker a Hi was released Just before police rushed the rambling They found the rest of the gang aim had WEATHER SAinimum Sbitrvalien NO RAIN laromtttr SI 29 41 Parents Invited To Visit High School 12 In observation of American Kdu cation November Sth thru parents are invited lo visii the Ruslon High School while re gular lasses are in They are especially invited to come November be tween and 11 M Visitors will be met in the Home Economics Building by student s who will assist ihcui in especially eating classes and in louring the One of the best ways lor any one to understand exactly what is being done in Ihe schools is to ob serve the schools at Prin cipal liaiwhey We lainly thai many parents will find it possible to visit the sclwol during American education Around The Corner i Yov dont have to wear frock tail coat to attend the optfft in Ruston and you will enjcy singing in Rifioletto We always like a good and note one of the local boin come up with Itally with Talley thai should llowurd Hevels in Pubach pair of trained bird that find Uit in and if you can dinner Stuckey you a quiet place if you fftfMy to go to Cuba or there In r upots you will Chep Morrison you tonight an ha will to in a little white to talk about The leader Jutii f giUy and you MM INW   

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