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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - November 2, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER FORECAST Mostly cloudy and mild through Thermometer 8 9 10 I 11 I 12 II 2 66 68 71 73 74 75 Complete Weather BeDort Market MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW 2 selected issues corp orates strong demand for cotton CHICAGO Wheat Mixed old crop months steady ex general 25 to 75 cents lower top Slaughter steers steady to 25 cents top LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS 127 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Von Doren Admits Following Script In Winning No Sign Of Steel Strike Settlement In View ft WM vi wv mm MEDIATORS REVEAL MO OPTIMISM Arguments Are Slated Tuesday On Injunction 2 Federal mediators met separate ly with both sides in the Ill dayold steel strike for 75inm utes today with no indication a settlement was Federal Conciliator Joseph Finnegan set further meetings for EST with man agement and 4 EST with negotiators for the striking United Steelworkers McDonald Glum Finnegan showed no parti cular David Mc Steelworkers had only a gl n appraisal of settlement i Finnegan refused to say wrfether he anticipated further meetings with negotiators Tues dsiv Asked why he was not sched uling joint bargaining sessions Finnegari said think Its better to do it sepat chief in dustry told newsmen it is now apparent that tne union is determined to force a settlement on the steel iriduslry and the na they are interested in perpetuating inflation in America and wasteful practices See Page 3 County Budget To Be Adopted Durinci Week County commissioners will ap prove the 1960 budget one day A this County Judge Ken nelh Douglas announced Mon day following a poll of the commissioners at the regular monthly Very little business came be fore the court in the session held in the commissioners court chambers at the Judge Douglas attributed the lag in courthouse aclivities dur ing the past several days to con struction work being done in connection with Ihe installation of an All commissioners were pres ent Jack Precinct 1 Arlon Precinct 2 John Ma Precinct 3 and Pammie Blooming Precinct Also present were John county auditor and Harry county George presented bills on the regular road and bridge and special road maintenance and all were approved by the Judge Douglas said the courl would be available at should any business come before Upper Rights To Water Recogniied Negroes Attack 2 Farm Women NJC HOMECOMING QUEEN Miss Dolores freshman at Navarro Junior College from was revealed as 19a Homecoming Queen at the annual occasion Saturday was crowned by Jimmy president of the co lege Stu dent and presented a bouquet of red roses along will the traditional Ted outgoing president o student presented a necldwn to the Qlcen escorted by Bobby The activity was conclude onies of the Navs oRanger foot Ihe ex She was during Ihe halflime cererm ball 2 UP he slashed and aped body of a 62yearold farm roman was found in a barn here Sunday Police rrested two negroes early to ay while an angry crowd of leighbors combed the The dead womans ladly beaten but was ound in a nearby farm house vhere the two women lived Sheriff Clyde Ennis said Joe 3tenry and Cliffoid negroes who llv Four Negroes Attack White New York Girl NEW 2 A 17yearold white girl re Lurning from a Halloween dance was dragged screaming from her Harlem doorway ear ly Sunday and carried to a nearby building where she was beaten and robbed by four negro The four bovs were one by one as they ran out of the building minutes after the ed in the were arrested and rushed to jail at this north Alabama town when a crowd began to The sheriff said ar rested about midnight at his home in Giles just across the state admit ted taking part in the beating and then implicated Johnsons located about a halfmile from the was one of several checked as a mat ter of Johnson was taken into custody when offic ers found blood on the sheriff The body of Miss Dicie Boyd nude except for socks and one See Page 2 No Indication Grand Jury Due Parker Death NJC Exes Honor Charles Skelton The Sandra told police she and a girl friend encountered the boys while leaving a subway station after Halloween dance Senior Cardinal Victim Of Cancer VATICAN 2 Federico Cardinal archpriest of Peters Basili died early He was Reports said death was due inleslinal cancer for which ie recenlly underwent surgery He was one of the senior mem bers of the College of Cardinals laving been named a prince of the church by Pope Pius XI in His death reduces the College of Cardinals to 71 members Pope John XXIII increased the College to 74 a year ago after ils size had been limiled lo 70 members for nearly 400 handsome and of slalely Cardinal Tedeschin won recognilion for his work as the Vaticans nuncio in Spain from 1921 until a period which saw the overthrow of th monarchy and an anilchurch See Page 2 Railroads Open Work Rules Fight 2 UP Thej nations railroads today present their controversial proposals for changing work rules to five rail road operating unions represent ing The which may turn out to be the most disput ed in recent labor were made public Sunday by the of American Railroads AAR in advance of presentation to the The issue about which the pro posals center is what the rail roads term forced payment for work neither 5 done nor The railroads claim present work rules for operating person nel cost them more than 500 million dollars Some of the working agree ments which the railroads seek to change have been in effec for about 40 A threeyear moratorium against changing the rules expired The says the AAR would correct abuses In areas vhere unnecessary positions are being wasteful jurisdic ional work divisions exist and multiple pay is exacted for singleterm Immediate reaction lo Ihe rail roads announcement came from George Leighly of Louis chairman of the Railway Laboi Executives consisting of eaders of the 23 unions in the railroad Leighty termed the carriers demands unrealislic and fantas particularly crew reduction Presentsize crews are neces sary to maintain safe operations of to provide necessaij and to do it in an ef ficient Leighty Guy Brown of Cleveland grand chief engineer of the Brotherhood of Locomotiv said some of the railroads proposals need to b but asserted effort to eliminate firemen from som Navarro Junior College paid ribute to ils numerous exstu enls here Saturday in the 13th nnual Homecoming Highlighting the allday oc asion was the announcement of he Homecoming Taking econd honors for the day was he presenlation of the Ex Student of the Year Miss Dolores fresh man student from was as the Charles firsl student to enroll Navarro won a handsome plaque as the exstudent of the He now makes Irving his Presented At Game The Queen was along with three at the halftime festivities of the Navarro Ranger football en She was crowned by president of the student Council and also pre sented a bouquet of red roses and a traditional Ted outgoing president of Ihe exstudent pre See NJC Page 12 Lowry Nartin Eulogized At Sunday Rites Lowry business manager and coowner of the Corsicana Daily who died n the Navarro Clinic Satur was called an maginative man by the pas or of the First Methodist hurch Sunday at 3 dur ng the services from the Mc Cammon Floyd in a attending in They put their arms around she We didnt know what lo When we got to Ihe my friend started run ning She said one of the boys ad monished the others to leave Sandra and offered to walk her When they got to her she he walk ed away and she rang her She continued While I was waiting for my mother to I saw the See Page 12 2 Judge Sebe Dale empaneled an 18man allwhite grand directing it to look into B mailers bul re member thj e of Ihe peo ple is Ihe e Judge D menlion the Mack Charles Parker lynch Whether the case will be considered apparently will be up to the 2 ton and the Trinity River Au thority agreed today to give peo ple on the upper reaches of Ihe river firsl call on ils The offer came as the Stale Board of Water Engineers open ed hearings on proposals to build a reservoir and salt water bar rier near the mouth of the Trin Viclor attorney foi and Marlin re presentlng the Trinity River said Iheir clients are willing to concede that the North Texas Municipal Watei District and the Municipal Set vice of Texas have prior rights to use of the In the case of the Municipa Service the offer was 01 the condition that the obtains permission to build it proposed Bear Creek Reservoi in Tarrant The agreement with the North Texas Bouldin would provide that the district operator of Lake Lavon on Ihe East Fork of the Trinity would only have authority over the water it could Water going over the spillway or otherwise moving downstream See Page 3 Butler Attends Trinity Water ustin PreSummit Meet Slated 19 2 Charles Van his boyish face drawn and hiseyes blood 2 UP Eisenhower will return here In 10t confessed he follow SAYS EARLY TESTIMONY ERRONEOUS Gives Details Of Coaching For Record Prize President Eisenhower and the heads of France and West Germany meet In Paris 19 to work out a solid western stand for talks with Agreement on the date and place of the meeting was an nounced in the four capitals The White House said Joe na newlyelect ed was in Austin Mon day in behalf of the Trinity River Authoritys joint applica tion with Ihe city of Houston for a controversial water permit Hillsboro Han Robbed In Dallas 2 Po lice sought today four youths who stabbed and robbed Billy Edward of Hillsboro Sunday Smith was in poor condition in Parkland Hospital with five stab wounds in his back and three in his He told policemen he was walking along a street al about 11 Sunday when a car con aining four youths He said two got out and one of them began slabbing They took his billfold containing Smilh said he was able to kick one of his assailants in the groin before Reliable sources indicated neither Vernon Broom nor Counly Wil liam Stewart would subpoena itnesses for the Parker case or otherwise push Ihe invesliga Under Mississippi law each counly is allowed a proscculing The district attorney represents a dislrict made up of several The pro secutors have equal See Page 2 Denny Resigns His CAB Post 2 G Harmar Denny resigned to day from the Civil Aeronautics effective Presi dent Eisenhower chose Whitney now chairman of the Foreign Claims to succeed on the which Board of Water Engineers for he fourth Houston find the TRA are co sponsors for applicalions to build reservoirs near Livingston and Six parties have filed protests to the applications Lower Trinity River ias before the State San Jacinto River expected to furnish Denny wrote Eisenhower that he had signified his intention some time ago to leave the Eisenhower thanked him for a valuable Gillilland was given a recess Eisenhower also gave a recess appointment to Thomas a Democrat from War as successor to Gillilland on the Foreign Claims with the Authority the most according lo nn Associaled Press dispatch from For more than a year the TRA and Houston fought ovci Ihe proposed reservoir projects then on 2 Ihe two groups joined in a compromise which in effect gives Houston 70 per cent of the water impounded See 12 Corsicana Rain Above Average A tolal of inches of rain fell in Corsicana during Oclo according to the Wea ther Bureau bringing the years precipitation to 411 Souls Day Finds Homeless People Hungry By JIMM11S PAlN0 2 There were no flowers for the dead here on this All Souls none of the family picnics that usually followed the annual visits to graves of loved ones on this religious thousands ot dazed and bewildered women and children homeless and hun shuffled aimlessly among ruins that once had been their homos or took to the roads in search of food and They were the survivors of the floods and land slides which ravaged Mexicos Pacific Coast states of Jalisco ind Collma last An estimated persons Many of the bodies are still The governor of Colima said officials would begin making an other check on the number of dead today by coincidence the day on which Roman Catholics give special remembrance to their Relief supplies of medi clothing and some build ing materials arc coming into the stricken area by road and but they are hardly See Page 2 With i months remaining in the precipitation has al ready exceeded the average of inches by The average for November and December in Corsicana is In excess of three inches each Johnson Boomed At Austin nonsteam freight See RAIL We 3 yan 2 A lengthy demonstration of stand ing applause and cheers was given Lyndon Johnson yesterday at a citizenship semi when the Texas Democrat mentioned as the next President of the United House Speaker Sam Rayburn uneral said the told about young men and women that if our vorld is heller informed today because of such unafraid men as Lowry and we are Teer men today because Low Martin and men of his cali ber have Martin was one of the found ers of the Texas Daily Press He was a leader in numerous civic undertakings and was president of a commis sion responsible for the Texas Centennial Celebration in He helped keep Ihe idea for Ihe observance alive afler il was first advanced in Johnson called Martin an imaginative man with determination and fine strenglh of character and To this man our country men and Democratic Party is enough in and I hope it will It will make this man Johnson our standard bearer and if they will do it we will make him President of the Jnited Johnson has not announced his presidential campaign In tentions but Rayburn has been booming him for the office foi several The citizenship seminar was sponsored by Johnson and the Texas Junior Chamber of Com Speakers included Rayburn owes Martin Thomas Dodd D Secretary of the Air Force James Na tional Space Agency Director T Keith and Radio Corp President John See Page 3 was of America Dodds talk was interrupted even times by applause when he praised Johnson and Ray I am a Johnson man and vhere I come from there are a ot I dont believe in geography of I am sure a man from Texas can win in my Dodd Johnson opened the seminar tut made no mention of any political Glennan said he was satisfied hat the maninspace efforts of the United States were on He said we will have about 20 shols in the next 14 months in preparation for gelling a man n Douglas said it was easier to nil the moon than to hit a citj with a military missile at Another speaker was T national representa tive of the Railroad Brother hoods In He pre dicted organized trade unions would continue to grow strong and would increase their legisla live in a Washingtor radio Paul H Douglas said Johnson Population Now 2 UP The Census Bureau estimated the nations population at as of 8 This was the calculation made for the bureaus census a counting device installed in the department The clocks figures change minute by minute to reflect the steady population On the estimated popu lation was Part of the increase since then repre sents statehood for Alaska and which combined populations of about Ike Inviting Letters Flood Over Economy 2 IP President Elsenhower today urg ed the public to flood congress ime to spend Christmas with his Prime subjects for discussion al the Paris meeting appeared to be When do the leaders meel with Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev in a summit con ference On what if will they compromise in negotiations with him Reports from London Sunday said that Prime Minister Har old Macmillan will go to Paris See Page 2 Woman Seeks From 39 Companies 2 IfP A Houston housewife and secretary who alleges her life anc health have been wrecked by hav from loan companies filed suit today against uo Hous ton loan firms and four Dallas seeking in Helen Fendley alleged she has paid the 39 firms over trying to wipe out an original debt of As she would try to pay Peter ho would send her to Paul to borrow piling In terest upon and debt up on until finally she was up to her neck in a pyramid of The companies in seven years kept her under constant pres sure to using telephone See Page 12 Hospital Issue Before Texas Baptist Meet CORPUS The 74th annual Baplisl Genera Convention of Texas opens to day with delegates attend ing what some have said wil be the most significant session in recent The two major issues before the convention include a pro posal to lease Wadley Hosplla in Tcxarkana and consideration of the proposed reorganization of the slate Baptist administra live In a meeting ill Dallas on Oct 12 the convenlions cxeculivc board voled by A 7471 margin lo recommend that the conven lion lease Ihe hospital for i nominal Built by a Tcxarkana civi group with the aid of Sec Page 3 d script In giving the V Impromptu answers which nade him a TV quiz I was deeply involved in al Van Doren told House He also onfessed he gave false testll nony to a New York grand nvestigating the quiz Answers Wrong The youthful inl ellectual scion of a noted Htl erary admitted he given the wrong answers in denying previously the show onl vhich he won was ged in his Van Dorens appearance be ore the House subcommittee conducting Its own quiz into TVI question and answer programs as dramatic as his weekly displays of mental wizardry onl the since abolished Twenty one The hearing room was as Vn Doren ejntered aide door to evade reporters am I Personal Ordeal Only those who could nto the chamber were able to ee Van Doren relate the detail See VAN Page 3 Television Is liven Warning n Commercials 2 he Federal Trade Commission oday opened battle on televll ion It said thcT ubllc is complaining that thejl irritate and In a special FTC lhairman Earl Klntner anl ounced plans for a sharp stepl up In the agencys policing of also and misleading TV adver he said the casting Industry had better co He promised that thJ FTC will strike fast and harif it any who fall or refuse police Klntner said the FTC hal received many letters from public since Congress began vestlgaling TV quiz Hi said many of these attackeif television The FTC chief said the agon jys small TV monitoring liere is being more than dou bled and will henceforth keel a continuous watch over network In Ihe Iho FTC monitored commercials only selective Klntner said the agency See Page 12 vould be unacceptable as Ihe iartys The majority eader would have to be ruled Douglas because of his onneclion wilh Texas oil and as inleresls and the Southern on Civil While not endorsing anyone o Douglas did say ic regarded John Ken ledy as highly quali ied for the He predicted that the conven if it became probably choose either Adlai Stevenson or Stuart Symington Idcnlified wilh the partys liberal said he was speaking for himself and not any faction within the in opening the semi made no mention of any political If our nation is to lead it must produce he The time has come for you and your generation to come In to your own and take your place as leaders for We have a mandate to be a and his office with demands that Americas economy be kept Eisenhower warning against the diingers of called for the demonstration of support in an informal talk at a confer ence designed to promote eco nomic growth and stabilize living He told thn conference sponsors that one of the greatest helpb that the President and coneress et is the handling of great problems is millions of letters and ther communications from the Elsenhower called on the spon sors to promote a flood of such communications in the interest of a sound he would be one of the greatest services you cnn accomplish for the United States of Eisenhower spoKe at a break fast meeting of representatives of 48 national organizations The oneday conference was arrang ed by Bruce president of the Mutual Benefit Life In surance The President was introduced by Tennant president Anderson Revamps Foreign Aid Plans 2 aid program that would hel Robert the quiet man who is Secretary of the has quielly brought ibout a hardcyed reappraisal of the foreign aid Just as he has put across a new policy designed to Insure that a bigger proportion of loans to underdeveloped leader in the space the American Newspaper Pub See Page 2 countries are spent In the Uni ted Working behind the Anderson won administration backing for these major policy moves without touching off an acrimonious public His performance has solidi fied Ihe widespread impression here that he is the most influ ential member of President Ei senhowers While the secretarys aides take pains to point out that Ei senhower made Ihe decisions and Ihe new policies are admin istration Anderson was the He aclcd because he felt som See Page 12 changes might be made in the lem the outflow of gold anl lollars from the United States This measured il erms of the countrys balancl if internalional wll four billion dollars Since trade produces all of this deficit bulls from military spendlnl foreign aid and privat nvestment As the treasury it Is dersons Job to watch this de cit because it inevitably affeclj he stablllly of the Critics say that the benefll to be gained from tying develop ment loans to purchases In United Slates are piddling con pared to Ihe potential They say it represents a turJ mgaway from this countrys eral trade policy and may courage protectionist Anderson does not see hlr self as a protectionist but rathJ as an He bl See FOREIGN Pago   

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