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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - November 4, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL cloudy and windy through Thursday colder tonight and Thursday with low tonight near Readings 8 9 10 11 12 II 2 69 74 76 77 78 79 Complete Weather Report on Market IJHoiiUBftht Daily Morning LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKET AT A GLANCE NEW some wide corporates mill Memphis CHICAGO Wheat hedge CornHigher general Oats late to 25 cente lower top steers steady to 25 cents lower top 129 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS FOLICE CHECK goods to stock a hard ware store is stacked at police headquarters at in investigation of burglary and grand larceny which thus far has led to the arrest of nine Columbus Some of those arrested have been charged with burglary and others are under AP Wirephoto Democrats Gain By The Associated Press Democrats generally dated gains on state and local levels in Fridays scattered off year In the main con tests they easily retained the Kentucky governorship and the Philadelphia mayors Democratic look ing for a 1960 presidential year could point to a strong showing as well in Indiana and Connecticut municipal Indiana Democrats retained con trol of every major city and ousted Republicans in Fort Wayne and But the Republicans gained in Upstate New where they ousted nine Democratic mayors while losing four And in New Jersey Republicans not only staved off a Democrat ic bid to win control the state but apparently cut the See Page 3 By The Associated Press New Jersey voters Tuesday approved a bond issue for state aid to statesupported But in neighboring New voters turned down a state amendment to allow New York City to borrow half a billion dollars for The heaviest opposition was in the city it although balloting was New York Democratic Mayor Robert Wagner led the fight for the Rcpublicai Nelson Rockefeller gave it lukewarm In Chicago and Cook County big victories were scored foi 75 12 million dollars in bond Six issues were for city The 912 million for Cook County Hos was voted throughout the See Page 9 Britain Dropping Imports Quotas 4 JP Bri tain is opening her markets next week to a wide range of American and West European goods not seen in this coun try since Reginald president of the Board of imnounc ed today from next Mon most of Britains remaining quota controls on imports from the dollar area and from West ern Europe will be The scrapping of quotas means Britons will be able to buy American refrigerators and cars if they can afford to pay for But a few quota controls will stay on Among these are Pharmaceuticals and There will be no change in existing quotas for imports from Japan and countries of the Sov iet bloc Controls over imports of radioactive ma arms and ammunition also remain in Dollar area goods to be freed from quota controls include electrical equip industrial and optical instruments including cameras and imitation precious gold and silver clocks and cigarette Although the restric tions are coming tariffs re main and the cost of American goods on sale in Britain will stay higher than Britishmade arti But the lifting of the quotas on clothing means British wom en will be able to buy New York See Page 10 Johnson Watches Congress Contests By DAVE SHEAVENS 4 JP Lyndon Johnson told a crowd of Johnsonforpresident friends at a fishfry Tuesday that he was concentrating on the No vember congressional elections and would play one game at a The senate majority leader said the times will nominate the candidate and elect the He spoke at a folksy fishfry in his old congressional for President banners faced him as he Other said all the way with LBJ for Lyndon In Lee County for and Blanco County for John It was the first speech in two weeks of stumping the state Johnson had discussed He did not talk about national and international is sues topics which have been the hallmark of his speeches during the two week My interest now is in the election at We must play it one game at a 1 am go ing to play the game at Johnson But he added that he was aware of what so many of my friends in so many places are suggesting with regard to my House Speaker Sam Rayburn opened a Johnson for president drive last Johnson said he had good eyes and good ears and knew of the efforts being made to win him the Democratic nonv He that President Franklin Roose velt had told him that in politics the job is to win one game at I shall place the interest of my country before the interest of my party or myself in the See Page 7 Ike Planning 9Nation December Trip ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Perjury New TV Quiz Probe Issue TESTIMONY AT HEARING CONFLICTS Sponsor Denies Being Party To Rigging Shows House investigator today challenged statements by a tele vision quiz show sponsor that he was not aware of program and suggested the Jus tice Department look into seem ing conflicts of Steven Derounian CU NY raised the issue after hear ing Martin former vice president of sharp ly reject any idea that Revlon was a party to riiging The 000 Challenge or The sponsored by the cos metics Knowledge Denied Revson denied to the House Subcommittee probing TV rig ging that he knew anything about controlling contestants on the defunct but said he now realizes they were dis absolutely dishonest You have been Derounian told First you say you dont know any thing about the Then you say you know some things you are no dope I hope the attorney general will look into Someone is telling the Says Perjury Clear Outside the hearing room when the committee recessed Trio 01 Jets Involved In Night Mishaps 4 One of three airmen missing after a jet collision in the air Tuesday night was found alive and apparently in good condi tion in a rugged wilderness area here Tlie survivor was flown hero from Spring Lake by a Maine Fish and Game Department plane and rushed to the Dow Air Force Base Hospital at Officials declined to reveal his They didnt want to comment on his condition but he seemed In fine shape as he emerged from the pontonequipped The airman was found by two hunters who contacted game They said an other hunter had found a parachute and some parachute harness in the but it was not immediately known wheth er it belonged to the man found this morning or one of the other two There is still no trace of the tw planes which crashed Tues day One of them was armed with The Air Force said the men aboard the planes were 2nd Frederick of 4815 North Sheridan pilot of the T33 which was towing a target on a radar practice mission First Gary of who lives with See PageJ 1 Top State Court Ends Carmody Case Litigation A landmark case with a lo c 1 angle was decided by the Texas Supreme Court in Its an nouncements of The top court overruled an application for writs of error In the case styled Harvey Rentz First National Bank in Cor Navarro This suit is in the Katherine Carmody estate case invol ving in excess of The late Carmody of orsicana and wrote a will without legal leav ing her extensive estate to the First National Bank here as a charity after the death of certain heirs to be cared it has been pointed The provisions of the will were attacked as too among other and was tried in district appealed to the Waco Court of Civil Ap peals and then to the highest tribunal in McWilliams of the firm See Page 3 4 Iff Federal Mediation Director Joseph Finnegan recessed the steel bargaining talks in definitely today after a fruit ess half hour meeting between management and union nego tiating Finnegan said both sides were instructed to be ready to return at any he t is unlikely there would be any new session before The Mediation director said both parties in the 113dayold strike had their eyes on the supreme court which heard arguments yesterday on wheth er an 80day TaftHartley in unction should be allowed to jo into effect There has been no word from the court as to when it might ule on the injunction action which would send the strikers back to work for 80 Asked after this mornings joint session if there was any progress toward a David Steelwork ers replied Abso lutely Arthur the unions chief said that no new offer of any kind was presented by the management spokesman This was con firmed Robert the 2 man in the mediation The chief management spokes Conrad execu tive vice president of the Steel was asked whether he believed there was any Vicious Tornadoes Damage Texas Steel Negotiators Recess 4 A prominent child television 9yearold Evelyn See Page 10 Cuban Refugee Arrested On Castro Charges 4 Pedro Diaz former chief of Fidel Castros air was arrested today on Cuban overnment charges of murder and attempted He was taken into custody by Deputy Marshals on a Cuban extradition Federal Judge Joseph Lleb set bond at pending hear ing of evidence in the Diaz Lanz who fled to Miami from Cuba in June after calling the revolutionary government said he would be unable to make The murder charges apparent ly grew out of an 21 leaflet dropping foray over Ha The FBI has said Diaz Lanz admitted piloting one of the leaflet dropping The Cuban government has insisted explosives as well as leaflets came from the It charges Diaz with the murdor of Jose Ramos of Havana and the attempted murder of 24 others presumably those injured during the leaflet drop Several Havana sources have insisted the explosives all came from the ground and were aim ed at the plane but injured bystanders Im thankful to God that am in a country where there is some liberty and See DIAZ Page 9 CHILD TELEVISION STAR MISSING FROM HER HOME 4 Nineyearold Evelyn n prominent television vanished from her home early today nnd was discovered hours later aboard n jet apparently hoping to visit the While She hnd talked KOHK to see her friend Minnie Eis said her Emery She evidently thought Eisenhoiver could help her get a TV The who has ap peared In many TV plays and is under a milliondollar con was discovered aboard an American Airlines plane en route to police Texaco Unit Is Peruvian Target i Perus Chamber of Deputies called on the government Tues day night to expel the Texas Petroleum and to cancel a aerinl photograph agree ment with the United Deputies accused Texas Petro leum of possessing aerial photo graphs The one of 11 companies doing oil exploration work in is a wholly owned subsidiary of Tex A spokesman for Texas Petro leum said the photographs in question were shot five years before the signing of the Peru Maintaining it has not violated any the company has refused to pay an fine for possession of the In addition to their 1015 vote to cancel HIP aerial photo agree deputies urged a strong diplomatic protest to Washing Roche Capsule Test Is Success A little Joe rocket hurled a Mercury space the one in which astronauts will or bit the n height of feet above Wallops Is Within 45 minutes the Navy salvage vessel Preserver scoop ed the oneton capsule out of the Atlantic five miles off The capsule was taken to the Langlny Research Center of the National Aeronautics and Space at for An escape rocket was fired 30 seconds after todays launch ing to carry the capsule sever al thousand feet away from the 30foot long Sergeants rockets and the smaller booster rockets that were clustered to form the little Joe disappeared from her home early Police said it looked like a The youngsters Edith discovered her missing at but did not become alarmed until a search of the house at The highlypaid who has appeared in dozens of TV apparently took from her toy It looks like she ran said Police Fred There is no indication of foul play and it seems to be a typical runaway girl The and Emery could give no clues to the Bernauer said she kissed her daughter Tuesday night and tucked her into bed about 9 The child found fame as the spoiled brat star of televisions Eloise on Playhouse She earned in 1957 and last year signed a sixyear talent agency expected to See Page 11 Democrat Lose 1 Congressmen 4 Steven Carter D died First stricken by cancer in he had boon gradually losing ground in his battle with the disease and was under treat ment in the Navy Medical Center at was sworn Into of fice last January as firstterm member of the The first democrat elected from his dis he was named to the scat formerly held by Karl who retired after serving 20 years in the treated for cancer in he suffered a second at tack shortly after taking of fice in Death came shortly after 2 in tho Bethcsda Another Democratic congress Charles of was killed today when car rnmmod an elevated train pillar The two deaths left he Democrats with 281 House scats to DIP Republicans Protect Benny From Reporters FORT A Fort Worth StarTelegram re porter and photographer were ordered out of the exclusive Shady Oaks Country Club here Tuesday when thoy tried to interview comedian Jack Ben Benny Is guest of oilman Ted He was reported going to play golf at Shady Reporter Dave Brown and photographer George Smith ar rived at the club seeking Ben They saw Push East Side Fire Station Corsicanas city commission dug in its toes Tuesday after noon in an effort to get the eastern part of the city a fire Following a discussion that lasted through most of the reg ular session at city the commission granted City Man ager Morgan Works authoriza ion to investigate the matter thoroughly and come back with recommendations at the next Hayes Raises Issue Commissioner Horace Hayes triggered the emergence of the matter when he advised that he thought it was time that some action be that he had re ceived numerous inquiries from residents of the Then Works brought the sub ject up to date when the bond issue was voted to build three fire the city built one on West Second and tho other on North and didnt have enough money left to build the third at that Fund Increased Of the approved by the bond only from to was left to complete the Works Since there wasnt enough money to construct the building at that the money was put along with per month al located in the budget for opera tion of the third Works said the building fund had now rolled to in cluding the money allocated for The station will be built on the north side of the Cotton Belt tracks a block off East Seventh the discussion wasj born at the meeting when Works requcsterl permission to reinvest tho in Treasury bills which would ma ture It was then that most com missioners agreed that it was time to take action on the fire Hayes said he thought it was time they build the structure as an obligation to the people of the Commissioner Karl Blackuell as did Com missioners Oscar Burns and Lester but with the lat ter explaining that there were certain things he would like to have cleared such as how the operating funds would be as certained for the subsequent agreed that the station should be erect ed in tho near that See Page 7 By The Associated Press Vicious winds and at least two tornadoes ravaged widely cparated areas Tuesday night and early Wednesday in East and Southwest As Texas residents still added up thn the irst blue norther bore on the Texas Panhandle off tho Rocky Forecasters looked for cold air to spread through out the state by Thursday Accompanied by heavy storms during the night in flicted property damage around Mar Kilgore and near Kerr A farm home was de stroycd outside where thn Department of Public Safety reported a twister was No injuries were reported in the farranging Telephone and power lines snapped at many Cutting across the south and east parts of Henderson Coun ty during the high winds destroyed two homes and dam aged six in the Virginia Hill community 4 miles south of They also wrecked one home and damaged four others near Athens got inch of rain Wind destroyed farm home 2 miles south of Argyle in Den ton also damaging a barn and blowing down severa trees Highway patrol men found no one in the house Reports of heavy damage came from the nw in East Texas See Page 10 Minor Damage Reported From Blows In County Howling winds and rains lashed Navarro county Tuesday about 11 with considerable damage Amidst a fierce thunderstorm in the Purclon lightning struck a tree near tho residence of Joe knocking parts of the shattered tree on Frenchs Wind blow down several tele vision antennas nnd tree limbs in the Purclon area it was Electric light service was dis rupted in the Chatfieid and in the Roane community gusts caused some At television anten nas were blown along with some trees and tree The Navarro County Rural Electrification re ported that two lines were put out of order when lightning struck a pole in the Chatfieid area and when wind blow a pole over about five miles wost on Highway Corsicana received of an inch of rain getting part of tho brunt of the wind at It left the usual small deb small Texas Power and Light Coni denU in that neighborhood with See LOCAL Page 10 Santa Parade Row Scheduled For December 1 Members of a subcommittee of the Corsicana Chamber of Commerces Retail Trade Com tiittce met Wednesday morning at the Navarro Hotel to further discuss plans for this years lowntown Christmas The parade will be staged at 4 it was and will feature the coincidental arrival of Santa laus and the opening of the Christmas merchandising sea Santa will ride on a float pro vided by tho Retail Trade Com mittee and will bring along candy for distribution to youngs ers along the parade Chamber Manager Dick Knight said details regarding other units in the procession arc not yot hut he in dicated bands and a number of other floats and entries will be Subcommittee members agreed Wednesday to offer the overall nanagement of the parade as a project to tho Corsicana Junioi See Page 3 NJC EX OF former Navarro Junior College was revealed Saturday night as the 1959 win ner of ExStudent of the Year award which was one of the highlights of the NJC Home coming Skelton is now an electrical engineer with Tex as Instruments and makes his home in He also is the first student to have registered at the college on Skelton was presented a hand somo Israel IFolers Give BenGurioii Larger Margin Israeli General election returns today assured Premier David BenGurions dominant Mapai labor party an even stronger role in the Israeli Parliament for the next four BenGurion and his Socialist followers will still lack a major ty in the 120mombcr Parlia but they drew more than 38 per cent of the popular vote n the balloting Tuesday against per cent in Though the exact division un der Israels proportional rep resentation system will not be decided for about a an unofficial count indicated that Mapai who held 40 seats in tho old will now control 45 or Returns from all but 227 of the polling places on the 24party race gave BenGurions party per cent of the total a higher percentage than Sco Page fl Planes Clash 4 Israeli ami Egyptian fighter planes clashed today in an aerial battle near the IsraeliEgyptian The two officially war despite a long standing gave differ ing accounts of exactly where the clash took place and of what ROME FIRST ON HISTORIC AIR JOURNEY West Strategy Meet At Paris Will Conclude President Eisenhower announc ed today he will visit nine coun tries In Asia and Afri starting Eisenhower told a news con ference the 19day goodwill tour will take him to Italy Turkey Pakistan Af ghanistan New India Iran Greece France and Mo Koine First The tour to three continents will start in Rome with two days of talks beginning with high Italian govern ment Eisenhower also said he hopes to call on Pope John Eisenhower plans to return to the United States three days before The President will be In Par Is for three or four days start Ing 19 for the Western Summit He said today he will visit Ra Morocco on his way after leaving Xo Open Exhibit s The only other detail ElsenV hower provided was that he will be jp New Delhi tor opentnEr Jv It at ihe tural Fair The visit to India is expected 1 to provide an opportunity for the President to make a major The tour to three continents J See Page S President Says Public Wants TV Cleaned Up 4 President Eisenhower said today nobody Is going to be satisfied until the television quiz rigging scandals are cleaned Elsenhower told his news con ference the attorney general will be ready before 1 with recommendations for changes In the law to prevent what he call ed the astonishing deceptions carried out on some The Federal Trade Commis sion also is looking into the possibility of deceptive advertis the President He added that there may bo some things that will need correcting in that In response to questions Els enhower said he does not be lieve tho TV rigging indicates Americans have forgotten their moral The President on the other that the reaction to TV quiz disclosures indicates that most Americans are not so much angry as The the President Sne Page 3 Ike Favors Canal In Central America 4 President Eisenhower said to day he personally favors build nff a new Central American canal but opposes international ization of the Panama He Hint con struction of a new canal would involve a lot of technical mat ters and he may never recom mend Eisenhowers comments were made at a news conference at which lie was asked for his re action to antiAmerican demon strations in Panama during which mob members hauled down the American embassy flag yesterday and destroyed The President xaicl he thought this was carried on by excitable groups and ex tremists who had resorted to mob He said this action was puzzling in the light of all the efforts the United States has made to treat Panama Eisenhower said he has the confident hope that not only Panama but every other civiliz ed government will make cer tain that law and order are pre A reporter asked for the Pres idents reaction to proposals to internationalizetho Panama Canal and to build another canal in the Central American Eisenhower replied this is a matter that requires a lot of intensive But he added that for his own since 1945 14 has been favor of building another As for internationalizing the Panama Eisenhower said at this moment he would not even think of Eisenhower said the United States has a treaty with Panama and has scrupulously obeyed all of its For 50 he relations have been a He added Sea Page 9   

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