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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - February 27, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                Daily 1959 ACROSS Pointed tool Riding 1 horse Feather neckpieca New Zealand Jernroot Massive Became grave Globe Epochs English portrait painter Dormouse Squanderer Word of sadness Reaches across Jumbled type Wolframite Implements Study And Lat Eats hurriedly Fabulous birds Discusses Lave Toward tha mouth Liquid measure Character in The Tempest Baggage carriers State flower of Alabama Deserter Paid public announce ments Portals Bend in timber DOWN letters Solution of Yesterday Court Ample Small herringlikc fish Drives slantingly Conclude Past tense ending Becomes more profound Pierced with an auger i a ef 35 3X 3S Three strikes and Ember Storms God of love Iridescent gems Inter twined Make happy Stains Period of time lightly Repaired shoes Added up Wedges Exposed to view Speak extrava gantly Seethes Flying vertebrates Impover ished Moham medan court officer Measure of length In favor of Hank of twine Filthy abode Negative MODEST MAIDENS UKitmtrk Offltt TIMI 11 A NewttoQturci Registered Patent 6728 r p y B 3 7 2 M P U 457362 Y B E A O O T 8 S 7 E B R 68473562 LLTJ BILLA 7 2 5 S 3 7 6 4 8 7 5 3 SI KTR R EP P P 15 8 3 f E V B 4 7 G R 8275364 E B O A TJ T O 6 4 E O 8 2 T G 7 4 M 0 6 3 7 4 8 5 3 SUDTWtTOtr 63857 P L O L O 382 O 8 5 478 63 285748 CVSOEPPDEENHD TJERE is a pleasant little game that will give you a message every It is a numerical puzzle designed to spell out your Count the letters in your first If the number of letters is 6 or subtract If the number is less than add The result is your key Start at the upper lelthand corner of the rec tangle and check every one of left to Then read the message the letters under the checked figures give C te William Distributed by Kinir Features YANKUS CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE Agriculture Department isnt go Ing to abandon its and when my 40 acres of wheat pops out of the ground this spring the government probably will seize my farm Theyve already taken everything else but the land Chicagoraised son of Lithuanian immigrant has vowed to seek a new homo In Australia if Congress doesnt refund the seized from his bank That to eatisfy part of the in fines and penalties levied on him cince My crime is using my land to produce the be cpectacled man Yankus eat at a small desk in a Wash ington hotel room writing out notes for his congressional I wasnt even growing the wheatto but to feed my Yankus shaking his head from side to The federal wheat policy is PROPASfE Fuel Equipment Appliances For the Farm and ii the 109 Texas PHONE TIM5641 like waving a piece of bread be fore a hungry mans nose and telling him he cant eat Th government wont let me use my own land as I see Yankus said he made applica tion for his passport two day ago and expected to contact an auctioneer soon as the first step to selling his 100acre The Australian government al ready has granted hi wife and three children perrnls sion to settle in Aus Its not that I dont lik Yankus declared This country has the fines government in the uncle the But has abandoned the constitution and taken away a mans righ to the use of his There no other alternative except ti Yankus said he never has ac cepted a federal I guess my parents brouglv me up to believe that everyone should earn his own I think its unjust to receive a subsidy at the expense of other he YNighT Will Be Observed A YNight program for sev enth grade boys and girls be held at the Corsicana YMCA from to 10 program director Jim Atwooc has The program will consist of ping small danc and swimming in the heated A fee of 2H sUig or will bo D Do they beautify or detract from your office QDo they speed or hinder your filing work D Are the drawers too full for efficient filing DAre creaking drawers wasting time Attractive file cabinets add prestige to any it a better place to Too crammed cabinets waste more time than new ones j FREE Our specialists will check your filing 1 make No of Its just part of our customer 214 North Main If I dared wear a dress like the one youve at all youd kill ARKANSAS CONTINUED PROM PAGE ONE troopers and police from Little Rock and North Little He said more youngsters were being hauled in for questioning and that several of them prob ably would be Faubus said and early lead about the ring came from a par ent of one of the teenagers in He said other parents lad an Inkling that some hing was but informa tion hadnt jelled enough unti a few days ago to allow arrests o be Lindsey said confidentia informer supplied the necessary information upon which to base the Faubus and Lindsey described wild sex parties held in several negro apart The Governor said two of the apartments had specia with deep red curtains on the set aside for Lindsey said three girls pick ed up admitted having sexua relations with the negroes dur ing the Faubus said the supply o marijuana generally came from He told of one time when a shipment failed to and the group went t a negro nightclub in Ho about 70 miles west o Little for a night of in terracial drinking and dancing These are some of the fruit of Faubus DIAGNOSIS CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE big step forward In controlling such The secretary said the nev carried on in coop eration with the Florida Stat Board of was given it first successful trial Specimens from 144 cases 01 suspeotecl rabies in animals were tested in a matter of min as against the two to three weeks needed for rabies tests on The new system agreec 100 per cent with the timecon suming mouse Laboratory work with the new technique for various dis eases has shown such promise that the test is now being de veloped for trial with about SO mfectuous Flemming He said the new technique was being tested In as a diagnosis for strep Additional trials are scheduled to start in Den and within a few In a preliminary testing stage are efforts to adapt the techni que for diagnosis of toxoplasmousis Hsease which causes birth de ects and several other ail Flemming said that when the echnique is perfected and tech nicians are trained in its the whole system of laboratory procedures for indentificatlon of lommunlcable diseases will be HOUSING CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE ecommend a presidential veto f the committeepassed measure vent to White House un He hat he expects the House itself vill cut the measure and that it ill be trimmed still further by HouseSenate Masons criticism was viewed s the opening of an administra on drive to pressure Congress o whittle the program which ex eeds that requested by Prcsi ent Tile Senate has passed a hous ng measure of about The administrations own roposal would cost SERVICE ALL HAKliS OF TVS AND RADIOS ADTO RADIO AXD TV SERVICE 912 Beaton Dial I R J1S3I MURDER CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE Moya who was in the pulled and to gether they forced the nurse in to the car whore Baldonado hit her Fights For Life Still Olga struggled and Bald gangling man with mass of black hair barbered in a crew cried to Moya tha she was getting away from him Moya said he stopped the ca and hit her a hard She was stilled then and Bald onado taped her wrists in fron of But she Ktill was alive whel they found a spot to bury her and dragged her from the car Fifteen or 20 feet off the sid of the road in lonely Casitas Pass north oC the two men took turns strangling Ol ga and digging her grave with their Moya I told Moya that I guessed this was Baldonado testi I felt for her bu could not feel I listened fo her heart beat and there wasn After jamming Olgas body in the Moya said they drovi back to Santa My clothes were full of blood he My hands were cover So was the Moya said he and Baldonado cleaned up and next day he call ed Duncan and told her everything is We got rii of Story Substantiated Baldonado followed Moya t the stand In the afternoon ses sion and substantiated the sal lent points of his partners storj while posing as a passive mem her in the I dont T dont re I cant he an swered repeatedly to Gustafson The confessed killers face a hearing in April on their pleas of innocent by reason of insani Gordon a path said Olga died either o suffocation 01 brain damage caused by blows on the Johnston did not exclude the possibility that Olga might have been alive when she was shovnc in the grave and covered with Olgas mudspatterec pair of shorty paja a blouse and a ntroduced as The smel of chloroform reminiscent of a hospital nr a morgue cminat ed from the plastic covered Gustafson admitted that the clothes had a striking psycholo gical I would not have introduced the clothes if the defense attor ney had stipulated it was Olgas Gustafson But he The district attorneys hard iltting presentation has moved swiftly through the He said he might end his case car y next week BERLIN iONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE a free Berlin is necessary to Karl chief editor of the Berlin newspaper Dor Tagespiegcl and of the most respected observers elieves that the real Russian objective is n permanent di of He believes a necessity of vhrushchevs sevenyear plan s a stabilized Eastern ntegrated permanently into he Soviet On that bas what Khrushchev really vants is a separate peace reaty with an internationally East Berlin might fail to ally into the Communist phere through the simple matter of economic starvation Singer Hazel Scott speaks rench and Sun Want Ads Bring Results Your Want Ads to Local Schools Personnel To Attend Meeting Sixtyone Corslcana public school teachers and administra tors will attend the ninth an nual reading conference spon sored by the Texas Association for the Improvement of Read ing Friday and Saturday a Southern Methodist University in They will be among 800 to Texas teachers expected to Others come from Louis Arkansas and Reports will be heard from two nationally known reading ixperts Elizabeth Simp director of reading serv Institute of Psychologica Illinois Institute of Chicago and eorge president of the International Reading asso ciation and reading University of Fior The following will attend rom Corsicana Ezra Alice Marie Vivian Izadie Anthelene Maxine Willie Mary Sadie Ozell Martha Annie Marie Harlon Jim Marguerite Mary Emma Evelyn Etta Maggie Verlene Louise Jimmy Dee Alva ean Elizabeth BufaPritch Jo Ann Helen dargaret Mary Ernestine Beu ah Preston Ella dargaret Marian Jim Dorothy Lucille atsy Mable Oscar Mary Sue Alice Joe Joe Vivian Sue Faye Marie Ilellia Theltna ane Annie Ernestine Annie Arizona Fugitive Makes Getaway From Deputy Friday Crusing near Depu Blackmon recognized one of two men near the highway as one who had been sought by the sheriffs office for more than a year in connection with charges of removing mortgaged proper lodged against The second man was wanted or Seeing the man behind a house near the lighway but was Told to get in the officers instead he fleeing into a thicklywooded At last report he had not been The sheriffs which has a warrant for the mens said he is accused of moving a nortgaged television set to West Texas and discontinuing pay BLONDIE ELECTRICS CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE ar would sell for just about he same as the small gaso inepowpred cars now on the Charles TownAbout will a fiberglass body closely re nmbling Volswagens stylish The body will JG bonded to an aluminum rame for greater re luced rattles and reduced Compared with the snails at which the oldtime elec ric cars were the Charles TownAbout will be a cal speedster capable of up o 70 miles an It will arry four CVs electric car will be de igned for six passengers and lay use a Rambler American Thomas said the coin any still has not decided hether to use the Rambler ody or to design one of its Top speed of the CV car oulcl be about 40 miles an In addition to savings of up to 0 per cent of fuel the wo companies claim upkeep ill be cut 55 per For smogconscious leres the additional benefit of o exhaust 1TIZENS ONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE led with the National Labor clations Ray head of the union told Kennedy the in ernational had established a istrict lodge over locals in Galveston and Corpus Allen said the lodge has aided Local 74s The 1st Court of Civil Ap eals last week ordered that ie injunction suit be heard on s The suit seeks to pro ibit the international from us ig funds collected from Local The suit also alleg 1 the district lodge took over ie locals records and books ithdut sanction of the union TV RADIO REPAIR On call 24 hours a work on all LOW KATES BY THE JOB SPECIAL Service Bench NO EXTRA COSTS FOR NIGHT CALLS OR SUNDAYS McCann Radio TV Service 307 West Third Across from Courthouse TR21101 Mammoth Cave In Kentucky has 100 miles of explored pass Sun Want Ads Bring Your Want Ads to GREENS SHOE SHOP 121 North Beaton BEAT 1 DONT WANT ANAPOLOGV BEAT IT I WANT TO TAKE A NAP MVSELF BLOND1ETHE PUPS GROWLED AT ME WHEN I CHASED THEM OFF THE SOFA THEYRE COMING vjj BACK TO APOLOGIZE FOR BEING DEAR THIMBLE THEATRE STARRING POPEYE A UMNERSTWS THWS ixw WE UNWERSrMJS WE VOUSE WE VNHTTMKtfjfiSjP PRESSURE WO SWUt THE rWCH 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