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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - November 3, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                4 THE VEA1 LOCAL cloudy and mild through Wednesday with widely scat tered Thermometer Readings 8 9 1 10 I 11 1 12 1 II 2 72 74 I 76 I 80 I 82 83 84 Complete Weather Report on Market Of tht Morning U MARKETS AT A GLANCE scattered commer cial demand and short ed light to 75 cents higher top steers steady to weak top NEW YORK Most markets closed for LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS 128 PAGES PRICE FIVE GENTS FLOODS CAN BE and Mary Ann DeBell give their pet a ride on an air float after floodwaters crept into the south west section of The flood was caused USW COUNSEL QUESTIONED BY COURT Rankin Insists Broader View Must Be Taken 3 UP The Steelworkcrs1 lawyer argued in the Supreme Court today that there is no national emer gency under terms of the Taft Hartley Law to send the half million steel strikers back to work under court The government promptly re plied that Congress in passing the Labor Relations Act was trying to look out for the in terest of all the country and must have been referring to the genera economic well being when it made provisions foi emergency Solicitoi General Lee Rankin opened his presentation by arguing there is an emergency in that Special Hearing The opposing views were pre sented as the high court opened by mon than 7 inches of rain that fell in the area and sent Brays Bayou out of its AP Wirephoto i Heated Debate Looms French rinity MILITARY LUNCHEON VETERANS DA Y PLANS UNITED 3 Another heated debate loomed in the UN today as a parade of Asian and Afri can delegates lined up to pro test Francos plans to explode first atomic bomb in the Sahara Ahmed Taibi Bcnhima of Mo ents of two multimillion dollar reservoirs proposed for the low TV PROBERS PARADING WITNESSES Thursday End Scheduled For Current Hearings Orchestra leader Xavier Cu er Irinity River tried today to rocco was to begin the debate show that all the river water in the 82nation political the rhumba king told to v T m be needed within the Trinimittee this It was his day how he waltzed to OOrt Corsicana will observe VotiJamM commanding genty government which proposed winnings as a coached erana Day 11 with a comoral o the 36 h Division Art Tom landthat the UN go on record opan on the TV j uie v bined a downtown parade of military a downtown paraae ui uu li ston Reservoir quoted at length expected to take place in the it was decided Tucsfor an inspection of the Nationfon quoiea at lengin i As a witness before frnm thn mnstnr nlnri nf trip nciii mir K 4 H B w r W v i al Guard Unit and will be Crom the master plan of the TV quiz the House Cuban yuum Authoritv in hoar Bcnhima was expected to V llrucia UIB The military affairs commitinvited to come earlier and bo RUe tho testified tee of the chamber of at the luncheon mediate nQ that he told an incorrect story nation has the right to contamlto New York district attor perfected arrangements for the I Plans for downtown decora Watcr event in a final planning session tions were and are being while questioning Ben tc lh at the office 3 President Eisenhower said to day the governments intelli gence agents are a mainstay of peace as wall as national secur The president paid hia tribute In a talk at nearby where he participated in cor nerstone laying ceremonies at the new headquarters building of the central intelligence In his Eisenhower said Americas fundamental aspira tion is the preservation of To achieve that the pres ident the nation must have from its agents the picture of require ments and attitudes in the They are essential to the development of policy to further our long term national security and best Eisenhower Addressing himself then to the CIA officials and agents in his the president added To provide information of this kind is the task of the or ganization of which you are a No task could be more Im Upon the quality of your work depends in large measure the success of our effort to further the nations position in the international Eisenhower told the CIA per sonnal that the work in which they are engaged requires the highest order of abil trustworthiness and selfless to say nothing of the finest type of when ever He added Success cannot be advertised See Page 8 appeal from an 80day injunc That order was issued In Pittsburg by Judge Herbert upheld by the Philadelphia Court of and stayed while the union ap pealed to the Supreme The strike is now 112 days Arthur general counsel for the United Steel contended also that the injunction section of thejaw Joe Matthews of Fort national executive coml vijj paradfi part of mlttecman for tho American mcnt in downtown be the featured Carpenter of a formei area with nuclear The National Guard unit quoted figures equipshowing that by the year I A f fl ft ney about his Told Grand Jury Cugat that will UB me speaker at the noon luncheon in the Navarro at which Frances veteran disarma ment Jules later gave a full and honest Corsicanalabout gallons to repiy that his govaccount to the New York grand The I day will be available in the would ignore any UN jury that investigated quiz resolution opposing its test The district attorneys Moch reportedly he aJded had not all the details ini See Page 9 rn eet with the Rotarians in a joint In Egypt And Sudan Settle Dam Issues Ejected Pilot Almost Wishes He Had Stayed 3 a jiffhU it injects the courts into legisslammed into a house and kill ed two children says if I parade will include some of the This includes 160 mil equipment with which the lion gallons piped in from the members of the Lions and ncre nas bccn inIron Bridge Reservoir on the with a scientific wanis Clubs and American cluding howitzers from units at Sabine River and 50 million gal Legion nnd VFW are invited KeretlSi ions from other Guests to the luncheon are The same estimates indicated the wa advance reservations with the I tershed will be gal Navarro Hotel it Ions per as shown in the was indicated by the report by Forrest and Tom Spikes presided at the Pallas eonsulUnff and Smith was The Trinity River Authority in charge of the arrangements proposed to join the City of for the Veterans Day Houston in building dams Merchants and householders Livingston and at Poland Deadlock After Voting Session In the Latin accent familiar to TV and radio Cugat told a House Investigating Sub committee he went on The Challenge soley for publicity He won on three ap pearances on the quiz program in June of last Volunteer UNITED the information he Is in the 3 and per cent income tax pro 1 are invited to display the na Carpenter objected to what lockcd ln a Cugat said his personal tional emblem on the 11 he sad was Gees attempt to batUc today the Genceeds vent mostly for See Page 2 Severe Weather 3 UP The United Arab Republic will pay Sudan 15 million pounds 42 million dollars for Sudanese lands in the Wadi Haifa area that will be flooded by the Aswan High the newspaper Al Ahram reported The paper said the UAR and her southern neighbor also have agreed that Sudan will get al most twothirds of the Nile River water which the huge dam n southern Egypt will keep from flowing to waste in the For Texas Area W W blessed with I might have ridden it into the You cant know how I feel about the aircraft going into n the pilot said after the crnsh The James Brad thn father of a small bailed See VETERANS Page 2 Former Frost draw Uxe conclusion that the See Page 2 Use Hoses cral Assembly took a record number of ballots in an ef Questioned by Robert Llsh Resident Turns Zone Century Mark out 3 UP his For more than 100 years Charlie Last Veteran Grows Weaker 3 A doc to r said today Walter last veteran of the Civil is growing The Confed erate still is taking nourish who will be 117 has been under an oxy gen tent almost constantly the past He has had pneu monia three times since I wouldnt say his time is real soon but you can never tell with a man his the doctor I will say he seems to get a little weakei every day but of course thats to be expected with a 116year old man with By The Associated Press The northern tier of Northhe n i ut Air Force officials said his did all he stayin The retired farmer feels Burton has been troubled by policemen kept rockthrowing fort to break the deadlock over a scat In the Security Further voting was postponed two weeks after the 82nation assembly reached its 37th bal The previous high was 36 ballots in 1955 when Yugosla via and the Philippines engaged in a similnr This mornings voting follow UVQ snnie pattern as that of 10 when Turkey and Po See Page 2 th TV Producer Denies Wanting Van Doren Cut t v a i J TV i A V O demonstrators at bay today with lnnd alternately moved in and TV producer Albert Freedman at tear gas and fire hoses at tho QUl of the denied today to the New York Central Texas and the north eastwith the Supersonic F104 Starlife hns been one long bout boundary of the Canal At Qn the 36th hallot Poland that he ever central lexasand the noun I another with the least two policemen were inhy one votc wiih 40 to Turkeys sought from Charles Van who celebrated his The 37th ballot gave Turkey The reported agreement repart of the South Plains hri m W A VmJ V f I A V v H I J severe thunderstorm sion and lost it under forecast Tuesday moves that last major obstacle to the start of work on the Aswan Sudan in turn has been unable to get a world with hail and damaging winds bailout was out of control and BOO The clash started at a down42 and Pohind 38 Vtf mf i p A few severe thunderstorms below recommended minimum M1 i I ht i 1 nil t ILU C1P bank loan for her proposed are expected in the area 60 miles M Grace 100 birthday on has been a patient in the Olncyllown opposite Qn toclays first ballot Hamilton hospital for twojamaa legislative The Roseires Dam until her differOn either side of a line from 60134 m enccs with the UAR were miles souths to 25 The water reserve behind the Okla Al Ahram will flood Weather Bureau R The alert was in effect from departed at 8 227 miles behind the to 9 wiu about 100 miles into Sudanese The area is bounded In Texas ft ir L4f A L A A k I I I U 1 iwest of was taken to miles eak of ArdI Army Medical Center in The Kansas city Tex In a C131 Force hospital ino a vast area extending more than policemen were injured by rocks other of the two littlcl Influenza and aiand pieces of glass from a rook broken hip have kept Uncle smashed window of a police San as his friends call Demonstrators were arrest Air in the hospital since he was hospital The piano Burton has had pncumonial The celebrating mid four The first when the 5Gth anniversary of the Rc land at Brooks wns probably caused hisjpublic of moved on thc Al Ahram reported Soe Page 2 Just Driving Oth er 3 An by Clarendon and extends just to the north of Also in the area are Wichita Ver Pnducah and Thundershowers and occasion al thunderstorms dotted parts of West Texas The showers are accompanied Mrs Shoup was accompanied parents to move to Texas from Canal Zone after parading up her Her condition and down on an adjacent was describe as critical at the He married when he was 19 authorities were on thc hosoitaJ here But James and opened a grocery store near alert because two Panamanian W Humphries commander of but on a doctors nationalists had called for a n advice loft Navarro countv for show of their countrys flags Austin arrested Monday at some places by brilliant elcc night on a drunken driving comtrical They extended protested at the police from the Pecos Valley northward station that it was all a across the eastern Texas Pan I think you ought to charge me with just plain Weathermen said the showers not drunken he sre duc to Push eastward across I was only driving for thatTcxas during the other See Page 2 Fred DuBose Appointed To New Position The appointment of Fred Du Bose as business manager of the y his health and settled In Minerallin the Canal The United States holds a perpetual lease on Burton opened another prothe 10mile 40mile long eery That was a strip of The newspaper obtained the thfflstatement in a telephone inter with Freedman in Mexico one of the creators of the defunct NPC quiz show went to Mexico after testifying before a Houso subcommittee probing the quiz show Van testifying before 3 committee said that The Internal Revenue he had won Freed 32nd of the Sec Page 9 Tax Collectors Not Particular Soe Page 9 said today it has no qualms about collecting income taxes from quiz even if their nppnnrancea are If they have its tax an IRS spokesman He noted that the tax laws make no distinction between tainted earnings and those rc celvod in the most aboveboard oven notorious criml must pay income taxes on Panamanian They Al the the demonstration would be a prohlbltion era thought Former Foreign Minister Aqui lino Boyd and Ernesto Castll Inro Pimentcl last week urged man once said to him I think I ought to of that Van Doren added dont believe meant that in the that I Freedman way it The newspaper quoted Freed v y lllHJ I lliiuinvri JaSllI I AVQC I Illftf 3 I Itl their countrymen to enter B 1 Vp Zone today carrying lhennls December Draft peaceful reasacrtion of Panamas Corsicana Daily Sun and the 3 Sesovereignty over the zone Corsicana SemiWeekly Morning Light was announced today by i ELECTIONS ATAGLANCE By The Associated Tress Kentucky Picks a with Democrat Bert Combs running against Republican John Robsion Combs but a split with retir ing Chandler may hurt his a with incumbent Democrat Rich ardson Dilworth favored to beat Republican Harold Mississippi Democrat Ross Barnett unopposed for governor New Vir Mississippi and New York state legislators with only local issues San Salt Lake tlect mayors campaigns large ly on local By The Associated Press Voters today elect two gov legislators in five states and hundreds of None of the contests was fought on national but politicians hope to spot trends for the 1960 presidential The two liveliest contests were for governor of Kentucky and mayor of In the latter onetime Republican wonderboy Harold Stassen is making what could be his final bid for elective He is ex pected to lose to incumbent Democrat Richardson In Democrat Bert Combs is running against Republican John Robinson a former Combs is but an intra party squabble with retiring governor Happy Chand ler may make it a close Mississippi also elects a gov but segregationist yer Ross Barnett is He won the runoff primary in State legislators are being chosen in New New and Only 11 vacancies are being filled in New A thunderstorm accompanied L A by lightning moved in on QuaDuBose has been connected Hard rain fell for a few with thc sunLight Publishing then light ram peppered publishers of the two down for an Unofficial paperS for the past thirty years totals ranged around half an in both the advertising nnd cir culation He has A cold front that pushed into many friends in Corsicana and governor of He not exUH well known in newspaper a series of tries to win the Spfi Page 2 circles throughout the Some Republican presidential nomi nation but never came In 1958 he ran as a candidate in the Republican primary for governor of and lost the nomination to an ob scure pretzel Now he is down to running Traffic violation tickets and for mayor of and had accident records over the observers dont give him much past three years can become chance to costly to motorists of Corsicana All three of the citys newsU5 wel1 as a11 Texans after papers have supported DilworthU when the states newly adopt Ccrn Be more Democrats arc Auto Merit Insurance Rating registered than Republicans System goes into the Democratic city chairman Just how the individual motor has predicted a Dilworth vieist will be affected insurance tory by at least wise was the subject of an cx Stassen claims hell win an planatory forum here Monday upset victory by afternoon to clarify the new law Kentuckys Chandler is to more than 200 insurance Waterfield in the gubernatorial Bill but Combs beat the chairman of Region 4 which em Chandler a large multicounty area Mavors are beinir elected in Ineligible to succeed He agents of Region 4 of the Texas Botor crevejand tackcd U Gov Ham of Insurance San Salt Lake City and many smaller In Indiana 108 municipal elec tions are being Democrats won 72 of 104 city elections in 3955 and the Republicans are out to reverse this Stassen reached his highest elective officeas the youthful Some of the bitterness of this of Central presided at the primary fight Chandforum conducted from 4 to 7 ler predicted that thousands of at the Navarro democrats would stay A panel comprised of William Kentucky has had Vittrup of James only two Republican governors Curl of and Durward ince the last in Anderson of Houston explained the ramifications of the new in surance Chairman McLauchlin said re peated emphasis was laid on the fact that should a motorist be untruthful with his insurance agent in taking out automobile coverage and failing to give full information about any accidents he has had three years and in event he has a major ac cident after the new law goes into effect and this omission of a prior accident not truthfully accounted to the then the company can void the policy leaving the motor ist without insurance A couplo of speeding tick ets could coat a Corsicana motorist up to to more on his and a fender busting even Purpose of the new law is to give the care through lective headquarters said today There was considerable the Dcccmbfr draft quota Sen CANAL Pugo 2 would bn compared to 417 for Local hoards also plan to send up men for prcin ductlon The December quota will be filled with men who are at loast 22 on except for volunteers or delinquents who By The Tress may be Where an1 they peo ple who won thousands of dol lars on television quiz shows And what do they think of reve lations of fixed top ped hy Charles Van Dorens dramatic admissions before a congressional committee The nccidentprone motorist Most of them dropped andor thc chronic traffic violaback into Some hnve tor will find insurance more exchanged from one job to anoth he could skirt the law on this but IRS jailed hlrn for it after police officials failed to convict him of any other man I never said I could have said something It is a Why he said It I dont T never said that to Van Dorcn has been un der tremendous is a very sensitive h vim an Burdened with this tremend See Page 2 inners Feel Deflated ful motorist a Ar pcnsivc each time he gets a point added to his individual record under the new it makes the cost of his insurance premiums go Few seem to have scored any pieat financial other than their prize although some have been able to The great majority insist that In the new plan works lhfiy no direct help in this way A motorist who buysK j corrcct auto insurance after 1 mustr delve Into his memory or rec ords of Texas Department of At least one woman wonders unknown to she a reminder to take time before Myrt of Bu thc grandmother who won for her knowledge of lives with a daugh Surah and spry ly denies she received any an If somebody had been giving out the answers I wouldnt have stopped at on Thn 000 Id have gone nil thc the nnd the VF f P I I A V 4 Public Safety and recall accireceived dents and violations in which he l received no said has been involved in the three Carlyle of years ending 90 days before a date he applies for a surance company checks of DPS feel quite Int down because records will keep memories honthink the questions were tailor ed to avoid my knowledge de i i The rate the motorist pays I had felt quite sat vill be based on a sliding scale Isfied with based on the number of points The housewife said the only a w he na3 accumulated in the last coaching she received was on reduced I See Page 8 what to do with her hands and a Dodger went to Los Angeles for World Series last month wrote special articles for Atlanta Remember the Egan Broth ers of who won on the quiz shown James Egan is still an attorney but William Egan has married nnd moved to Winter William is and in the real estate is writing a novel not about TV quiz He said tlml as far as he and his brother could tell the shows wore not Ho expressed sympathy for Van tho winner on TwentyOne who has been suspended from his a year contract with NBC and has lost his job as an assltant professor at Columbia Universi I feel sorry for Van they were trying to make him look a little too said William Joyce another winner as an expert on was one of the few win ners to continue on In a televis ion She has an NBC program on which she gives psychological answers to letters sent to her by viewers of topics such as marriage and child To u query whether she re ceived any questions or answers in advance on her quiz appear she said None what Elfrida Von of whoso winnings of were one of the all time on TV quiz quit her job aa a personnel man ager during her appearances on She later took a lengthy tour of Since she has returned to New See 2   

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