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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - October 30, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                HAVE you MAD YOUR CONTRIBUTION TO THE COMMUNITY CHEST THE WEATHER LOCAL cloudy with scattered showers and thundershowers through Thermometer Readings 81 9 10 11 1 12 11 2 64 64 I 65 66 67 68 70 Complete Weather Report on Market Of the Daily Morning bdht MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW ed electronics corpor ates CHICAGO scattered Corn Higher cash dealer commercial to 50 cents higher top steer supply too meager for market LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS 125 OCTOBER PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS T P T h T 1 M m ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft SPACE AGENCY men In the foreground of this huge balloon appear dwarfed as it underwent an inflation test in a Langley The National Aeronautics end Space Administration has announced that the 100foot diameter sphere was launched from It was packed in a contain er propelled by a twostage rocket and was in flated at an altitude of 250 It was termed a test of inflatable satellites to be used later in communications AP Wirephoto Hat Ahead CASTRO TAKING LEAD IN SEARCH Camaguey Area Scene Of Vast Military Hunt Oct 30 Castro took personal charge to day of an air hunt for Camllo a key mili tary leader who vanished Wed nesday on a flight from Cama guey toward Arrested Matos served as the prime ministers arm in the moved up toI worked the highest percentage rest 21 of the Camaguey 4g ast Thursdays last of cards assigned them and also province military report This leaves for getting the highest percent Hubert I slightly more than to bejage of contribution of gested asking on the reevaluations ot the cards workers individual and team Special Gifts Division to take over the provincial comlresulis by divisions made it posCaptain Awards Case of a subordinate Lible Friday to determine those Team 3 and Frank Marx of A widespread search began qualifying for awards inauguralTeam 6 individual worker Thursday for Cienfuegos and ed witn this years two companions were long something new for ritam itchell CHEST WORKERS SEEKING TO CLOSE DRIVE As the Community ChestiJohnson and Hagle an campaign began its extension riounced these new winners to Friday to keep going until the day who will receive the Jiminy full goal of is statuettes for having PEBBLE 30 UP Cienfuegos made the arrest as the armys commander in Then Castro assigned him the sug prospect Team CONTINUANCE OF STAY REOUESTED Act Validity Challenged By Union Counsel 30 UP The United Steelworkers Union ed to oat his hat if nation political appealed to the supreme mcnt didnt drop below three He praised the positions taken court to overturn a TaftHartleyl million in apparently hy the United States and the injunction that ordered will dine on Soviet but ripped into strikers back to work for SO1 The jobless total dropped all Britain at but failed to go below he has The Issued in Pitta three million because of layoffs ciuced to the committee a large burgh Oct n by U S caused by the steel dose possimism of the crudest Herbert has been The advance word on unemquality The British delegate delayed at least until Monda ploymcnt was brought here from has appealed for This by the Third Circuit Court in V y is not only but a cials attending the to disarmament Want Stay Continued The union in addition to ask in overthrow of the Injunction ry accused France of also filed a motion asking a mine in the prohigh tribunal to continue Secretary of Labor James who promis UNITED 30 Arab diplomat today shattered the harmony of the UN disarmament debate by introducing charges of sabot age against Britain and deliver ing a sharp attack on Ahmad Saudi Ara bian minister of spoke before the General Assemblys u See Page 7 SAN 30 IT The people of hurricane wrecked were described by a fishing ship captain today as terribly grateful for any little He said they would stand in line for hours for a gift of George captain of the San Diego tuna clipper Mary Barbara said in a radio telephone interview with the Union that he had sent food and medical supplies ashore all that could be spared from his which is now on its way Zclufl estimated that 90 per cent of Manzanillos business district was wiped We saw a lot of people pok ing through the he Several homes and busi ness buildings were buried un der mud and Landslides covered a lot of overdue then in completing the At the report breakfast Thura 300mile hop to the the winners had been de There was no immediate extermined only for Advance Gifts planation for the delay in anmivision nouncing that he was Campaign CoChairmen Herb Flies To Camaguey Castro flew to the Camaguey east of in his personal Among officers accompanying him was Cien fuegos Osmany chief of the armys department of Aircraft of the Cuban air lines from theCtiHfl air Yurce joined in the hunt Traffic Death Record John Burleson Improving New President Of An Workers See 13 One Oi Europe Missile Groups Now Abandoned 30 UP See Page 7 Proper Focusing Of Youth Effort Institute Goal By RICHARD GRIMMETT Daily Sun Staff Gordon assistant ed by slick plane Southeastern Division additional precipitation during offs were delayed at Denver and of the National Conference of Heavy Rains Douse Nuch Of State Various amounts of rain were Friday morning with 30 pro Halloween storm chilled the Rocky Mountain region with snow and icy winds today and spread a white blanket over the Great The persistent storm left a snow covering in Colorado ranging from 3 inches in the plains area to 15 inches in the Highway traffic was hamper He told of a Hernando the schools were closed in a dozen Christiana and was broker a Manzanillo marine Frost headed the list with towns in Eastern keynote speaker at the Corrego lost everyinch and a heavy rain later in The storm began with steady FOCUS on Youth program at the ho all his finanthe sending the total rain Wednesday turned First Methodist church Friday cial his his above one it was reported to snow antf has continued alat The daylong event a coconut farm and at Rice reported most without a letup hs sponsored by the Corsicana several small His case inch and a hard rain The weather station here Round National Confer seemed Corsicana official government said Colorado should have at ence of Christians and Jews and The Mary riding measurement at 7 was least six inches of snow east of Cooperating out the hurricane off Manzanilinch an da heavy rain later in the mountains by nightfall with The program for the day m was tossed like a during the heavier depths in the mountain eluded the address by Love Zeluff It was severly Blooming Grove registered discussion groups by foui damaged and lost all of its fishinch at 6 but it had reached Schools were closed at Corsicana leaders and a panel ing two speedboats inch at and symposium mod two house had inch and still erated by Lovejoy in the Zeluff said it was the worst pouring Genoa and all storm he had ever Mexico W With or more believed dead from a sneak hurricane and widespread the dazed Other reports included the plains I Examine Problems Dawson and Richland A massive snowslide closed Purpose of the meeting was Highway 6 across Loveland to encourage community lead west of for a ers to examine the human rela By The Associated Press Itime but the road was tions problems of youth here Heavy rains doused sections opened later to people of this smallest of Mexilof Texas Friday as the seasons The state patrol reported cos 23 states today struggled first snow warnings went up was 150 feet against privation and swarms the of poisonous The Weather Bureau said the The worst Dalhart area can expect several recent an inches of snow Friday night as area on the Pacific Coast slighta heavy snowstorm in Colorado ly larger than New Jersey with moves a population of about El in to evaluate the elements in See Page 13 See Page 12 NEW 30 UP NEW 30 IP e Court of Appeals has order ed an investigation of bitter squabbling between two Brook lyn A husKcy See Page 12 Corsicana Unit Of Jaycees Will Be Attempted Twenty men between the ages of 21 and 35 of Corsicana voted Thursday night to organize a Junior Chamber of Commerce Five Jaycee members from Dallas were also at the meeting and discussed Jaycee Meeting in the game room of the Corsicana Country Club the men decided to complete orga nizational plans for the new group immediately and start ar the community agency programs that make for good under standing and appreciation among the youth of the com munity to exchange experiences and information relating to woik with youth and to think and plan together for coopera tive effort in providing more See Page 12 fhe Tsfavarro County Agricul tural Workers association elect ed John Burleson president Thursday In its last meeting of the a dinner session in the Cactus Room of Navarro Ho the association also elect ed Victor vice presi and Chester secl i New officers will be at the next regular the annual instal lation and awards Logan Crews was selected by outgoing president John Barnes as chairman of a committee to select the recipient of the 1959 AK Workers given an nually to the outstanding Na varro county ag years award was won by Joan Westbrook assistant county home demonstration Crews will select two other See AG Page 12 Canada Buys Embassy 30 SO Traffic nccidenta In the United States killed persons Itwt month and In the first nine months of this the NXiunnl Safety Council re The September toll was the same ns In September thn council and the nine month toll wns 870 more than for the same period last It Isnt much to shout the council hut at leant its better than the unbroken Increases thai prevailed during hp first seven months of he No were recorded In 512 of the cltlrfl the council nml were the three Perfect records for the f I rst nine months of 1950 are held by 101 The largest nre Cedar and Saucer To Get Tests In 30 The Canadinnbuilt flying sau cer plane will be tested at Moffet Field In Because suitable facilities are lacking in the plane will meeting o P tlTl GDIS 4 T tuwij i rrp which opened ghukai They Indicated privately thai figures to be issued about 10 will show unemployment within or so of Mitchells That would be roughly a less than for October a year ago and 1 12 million under the total of last February when the secretary made his notso rash The goal would achieved See Page 12 Long Illness Fatal Friday To Kelton died at the family 612 ft bydr Second Friday at Dclivcry of the msaiiea to the following an extended illBrRish fs nearjy compictcd and noas of the bases in the British Funeral services will be held cted to hc ready from the Corlny Chapel fatm oporaUon noxt day at 4 with hurlnl in the1 Hamilton The rites old embassy buildings on Gros venor Square in London to Canada for i ibe shipped to California by the The United States is selling y RQe Rs makers The plane is called the Avro after the Circular it can take Canada win take possession when the moves to new quarters across Grosvenor Square early next The State Department an nounced today that Canada had made the highest offer for pur chase of the w cff vertically and Embassy staff cordi manufactur m m A n n ft rm ft I ac ers will maneuver at high It is being developed for the armed A Justice Department repl opposing any Suprenv Court action on the wai expected later After studying the re quest for a and ment papers in th Supreme Court will decide i next It could close out ythe entln rs i i A Proceedings at this point h The Defense Department a Or it coul announced the elimination of call one of five squadrons Thor1 intermediate ballistic appear qUestione originally scheduled for bases thft Taf The United Kingdom has agreed to take four each containing 15 of the milerange weapons capable of Hartley law used by Judge Sor See Page 7 Sieelworkers Sign Another Smaller Firm 30 UP United Stcelworkers Unto1 the Thor represents an adjustncartened hy agreement wit1 mcnt of programs that assures L third small company a balanced use of available reagain today to make peace wit major steel firms in the 108da The reluctance of some of announcing the Pentagon said only that will be conducted by Floyd redllccd requirement pastor of the First1 of which Kelton had been a longtime She was thn widow Of minrrinpA nr qnmo nr it i i i M I i nc 01 aume OL nntinnwide stenl srtlicp i i rn Or 1 I vii w a 1 late western allies to have nuc The union and Granite Cit lear weapons based on their steel signed a new labo and he high cost of conpact Thursday It foil bases and extensive lowed the same pattern as unio 1870 in i were with Kaiser Ste and Detroit Steel Cor earlier In the Granite the nations 171 largest employs workers in Mills with capaclt to produce tons 01 incut physician and who died Juno Emma December Kelton came to Navarro county 83 years She and Kclton were married in and she hnd resided at the family home here for the past 53 Surviving aro three Leslie Corsicana Phil and David Corsicana See Page 13 Dowdy Asserts Supreme Court Unfit 30 Supreme Court justices are Miss Elizabeth Kclunfit to serve on the nations Corsicami six John Dowdy a The company ha been operating under terms of contract The firms mills are located I newest agreement cam Lloyd John Ho said rulings ol the court Etheridgc favored known three Prior to resumption of i George ists and aided tho I Jay and SllverberglComnuinlsin in the United What Is actually he 1 fc l I that you are bcln LUANG 30 King Sisavang of the worlds senior battered a woman teacher to the state and United States died Thursday night the floor with his fists Thursh0r Chambers of during a lull in his tiny Indo day after she slapped his face Highlighting the business conchina kingdoms fight for sur Long simmering differences Ifor callinS her an obscene ducted was the election of ternvival against the threat of Coin between Kings County Judges The Carmenlita porary Officers wno win serve munist Samuel Leibowitz and Nathan Glllcspie 39 treated a until the next meeting when for The 74yearold king passed Sobel exploded in angry for a brai mal elections may take away in his gold blackened and facial selectcd were George spired palace on the Mekong lie outbursts this A spokesman said that Conand the states highest judicial believed that their clashes reflected upon the whole judicial structure of The violence The argument between the judges stemmed from the trial Her Julio temporary chairman River where he has lain for five L u i temporary bedridden with rheumat held in bail pending 8ecreta Compton memism and neck hearing on a charge of chairman and Jarl Crown Prince Savang Vat appointed regent by his flared in a crowded corridor of a Manhat tan junior high Police will W l P ln mother of cided Notice will be given three and wife of a teacher at Prior to the meeting as to the same directed the of Peter The this account in a trial before was acquitted Monday of stomping a man to Sobel lashed out at group of laughing and shouting Chairman Baum urged each the Brooklyn District Attorneys boys and girls to get those present to make furth and the Police DepartThe Martinez boy was a leader er contacts with interested men Sohel declared the case in the and he and to bring them to our next should never have been perGillespie got into a Other It was pointed out See Page 7 See Page 6 The new Junior Chamber of father two months next ruler of the revolttorn land of a million elephants and the white The 52year old prince has already been act ing as commander in chief of the Laotian army in the campaign to crush a red Prince Savang has visited America In 1952 he led the Laotian delegation at the See page 12 governed by nine men you not Citizens did union subcommittees met I divtdually with seven compnni Jones and Armc Great Lakes and Wheeling Steel See Page 6 Suspect Outbreak San Francisco conference to sign the peace treaty with and three years ago he made a state visit to His a direct descend ant of the Khoun Lo dynasty of South was ardently He was born on Frances national holi July was educated at the French Colonial College in and in 1904 ascended the With France controlling his domain an a Sis vangs monarchy was largely a decorative In at French he prom ulgated a constitution making Laos a constitutional and in 1949 France recognized I MYSTERY VKIHCLK A FLYING is a view of gation that welchcdj on a deal with the had bee By BKTTV CLAY Daily Sun Stuff Dismayed surprise and nO agreement strained contemplation of tho motive behind a verbal blast byimadc by anyone In a Hollywood writer that Texas was a land of welchers and sissies when it turned down an offer to help publicize to enter into a cooperative rram with the author to launc the sale of his book from Co authors book which purports to The Chamber manager said hi Laothian what appears to to a new vertical lift aircraft being Savang as king will probably developed by the Roe aviation lor the play a much stronger role in u This photo was taken by free lance photographer government of Laos than his Jack Judges flying over the Roc plant in and tele father Last week the nal vised over Canadian The device appears to be 30 or 40 tions acting foreign minister See Page 7 feet in diameter and resembles some conceptions of a flying sau AP Wirephoto be a historical novel about sicana was the reaction to of the allegations Friday by Chamber Manager Dick Knight and Mayor When contacted by outof town news media in the office of the Chamber manager Fri Mayor Reading de clined to comment until ho could see for himself the full aroused out of his bed Fr from Dallas asking his co ment upon his reaction to t blast taken by Barsha the mayor and town general because Corsicana cho not to help promote the book national publication and aal Knight said he was dlsmayel statement from Hollywood by K the alleged statements of Henry noting he did not earn to indulge in cross country controversy without full benefit ot what had been and written regarding the matter from thn West Knights reaction to the alle Hollywood dentist because commitment had been mad and the city government anl Chamber had informed t writer in a nice and polite that Corsicana could not See Page 7 f   

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