Corsicana Daily Sun, November 5, 1959

Corsicana Daily Sun

November 05, 1959

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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - November 5, 1959, Corsicana, Texas 4 f ti rl THE AVEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Freeze Warning much colder Thursday afternoon and night with low of 2832 Thursday night Friday partly cloudy and Thermometer Readings 8 9 j 10 I 11 I 12 1 1 2 48 46 46 47 48 49 50 Complete Weather Report on Market of the Daily Sunand SemiWeakly Motran MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW some profit corpor ates Cotton mill CHICAGO Corn late profit light to 50 cents lower top steers mostly steady LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS 130 SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENTS iif POLICE ARREST DEMONSTRATORS Pa nama Canal police tussle with a couple of dem onstrators as crowds protesting control of the canal invaded the area and stoned the AP Wirephoto anama Indi nation Hi By LUIS NOLI 5 dent Ernesto De La Guardia Wednesday night condemned and disapproved violent dem onstrations by Panamanian Na tionalists against control of the Canal De La Guardia told the na tion in a broadcast that the at tacks Monday on the em bassy and on Army troops and Canal Zone police at the bor tfer of the Zone were not fair to the authorities of a country which with a vital and mutual interest in the Feeling against the United States still ran tors stoned the offices of the Americanowned Light and Pow er in the capital Wednes day and set fire to an automo Shortly before De La Guardia went on the Panama charged in a diplomatic note that the troops and police provoked the S violence by their rough handling of Na tionalists trying to parade the Panamanian flag through the Canal The Panama government was replying to Washington pro test against the attack on the embassy and the afternoonlong clash at the boundary of the De La Guardia warned his people that extreme measures are fatal for the relationship between governments and peo and the only results of them are the building of recent ment and But he said his government See Page 7 Probe Ordered On Fake Report S UP Fidel Castros government ordered an investigation today into the origin of a fake report that the missing army Camilo was alive on a small island off Supporters of Castro suggest ed counterrevolutionaries were behind the hoax to lure the prime minister into a trap on the uninhabited island 120 miles southeast of The original report was at tributed to two ham radio op erators relaying what purport ed to be a message from a navy launch that said it had rescued Cienfuegos and called for Castro to fly by helicopter and pick him BLIZZARD CONDITIONS IN MIDWEST Some SubZero Readings Noted In Montana Areas By The Associated Press Snow fell on the upper Texas Panhandle Thursday and drift ed up to 10 inches in places as a howling cold front swept through the upper part of the Widespread damage from strong winds tha in front of the cold Snow Drifting Perryton in the upper Pan handle had 18degree weather at An inch of snow fell and drifted up to 10 inches in Pampa reported 20 degrees and a blanket of The leading edge of the front shortly after sunup was along a line near Lufkin and College Station south to Austin and west to Del It was Indi CC PANEL SEEKS BETTER FARM PROBLEMS CONCEPT 5 The Nobel Peace Prize was awarded today to Philip Noel By JOHN SCALI 5 President Eisenhower may tour part of northern India during his overseas goodwill next Authoritative informants said the President wants to see more of PRESIDENTS ARE CALLED TO TESTIFY Witness Asserts Rigging Attempt To Save Ratings Columbia Broadcasting toward peace and on whether he will As a result of a FarmCityIber of Commerce agriculture The cash award of time for side subcommittee session Thursday committee is being called tocomes as a belated f tf I ft birthday India is one of the ninena The accusation was made by 4 From County Face Induction B t The subcommittee headed bvlnews calmly in Prime Minister Nehru to timony before the House Montv Stafford expressed con l neard a rumor that I was discuss EastWest He committee on legislative over cern with the declining asriculin line for this he is reported planning a nlv In thfa coun X belleve niajor foreign policy apeech at Notified of Charges nl in this coun tural trend not onl tuial trend not onl The prize committee a fivetne opening of the American IViAAlBrib 5 mediators said today rapidly toward the Gulf of Wilme Billy Dean Sherrard Wide Freeze Due By The Associated Press Court action Supreme Tr management and union officials Court studies United Steelwork1 absoluU deadlock On ers and government arguments a key isgue m the steel I Freezing or near freezing tem on TaftHartley act This is the industrys insistpcratures were predicted for gives no indication when decience on the right to change most of the state sion might come on whether working conditions it considers steel mills should be reopened for 80 Negotiations federal media tors report both sides deadlock negotiations in recess at least until Idle halfmillion striking steelworkers more than employes in day by Local Board loutlook and the economic trends board will send four for developing natlonaly in order including Charles their support might be en been The fabled Abrams first alluded to a has Mana1 one Asias prime but quickly added him in the international is thats a severe They were dragging their feet Robert Henry all of much of the time since the peace conference of a member of British See Page 7 The men going for pre to the old League of Nations Losses 70 million dollars a week in wages steel 300 million a week in production other un estimated Length See Page 7 Eloise Turns I r L hi dish Game n Into Reality Light snow and sleet fell in Neaiy Gien Cruz Guer See Page 7 several Panhandle points during Jimmy Earl Jim the mie Charles James Rob By FRANCES 5 Evelyn or was it Eloise Visibility waa reduced tofourlcrt Charles Leo Len mlles at Amarillo when winds Pon Jp Rodney Ford of 55 kicked up Sherwin Ivan Benny Weather Burerfu Kelton Wilbert Iree Ezell Smith and Robert James Ad dresses of men called for physi cals are not given in accordance with the policy of the state se lective service be informed that even e a cBritish QlL A II for largescale AlUlUS flfl Banquet Slated Saturday At physical examination ceasing to be United Nations He be Ray Dillard BcoggiMnd predicted temperatures as low See Page 7 Meany Blasts Toialiiarians In UN Speech Critchfield To Boss Pentagon Research Work A I for an international ban on nu clear tests NoelBaker is a former profes sor and college official who has held several posts in the British over three Frank president of as well as Robert president of the Nation al Broadcasting were call to testify later in the Lists Incidents Abrams was former vice pres ident in charge of advertising See Page 10 Sec Page 7 114 longest took off from Hollywood Wed nauomvide strike in steel hisnesday and headed for the White House to see Mamie Issues union seeks Eisenhower to promote a new fringe benefit improvements television series for Nobody told her to do 91 UNITED yeprold child Evelyn 5 GP George Rudie insisted after making a American labor told the jet airliner trip across counUnited Nations today the only try on her reason totalitarian states offer It wasnt a publicity aid to underdeveloped countries Bessie 5 Louis a physicist who directs the re board Isearch program of a big aircraft said the countys next is the new head of calls are for three inductees on the Pentagons Advanced Re 2 and 14 men for physicals search Projects on Import Quotas On Many Items Tfavarro countys eighth BJI nual 4H Rchievemant jone the biggest agricul tural will be held Sat urday at in the Bowie school Bonnie Wright Bin a member of the Daily Sun will be the featured speak Binford is state pub licity Texas Congress A OA1J1J u of Parents and An Armv of icer who won BigWinning Army Captain Quits Service 5 work conditions in Becerra Ranch To Be Seized Tear Gas Ends German Dinner 5 Quota will take over restrictions on many goods from the ARPA job 16 from Roy the United Canada a former General countries in the European Electric executive who anEconomic Cooperation Organi nounced his retirement a month zation OEEC were lifted by she just a way she to enslave I president of the gas forced thought she might get back TT a HAVANA Nov working again on Two CIO and a member of the S Hanns commander of Manager Lowell Tash said WedYears ago she portrayed an delegation to t hei general NATO land forces in Central nosday he had received notifiimpish brat named made the in forced West German cation indicating that the bulk Of she didnt make sPeecn Theodor Heuss and of the Becerra Cattle Companys to the White where she holdings apparently had once posed with is slated for The Mamie Eisenhower to promote ranch is in Oriente us savings Tash said he had been I saw Eisen structed to appeal Saturday behower in Washington last fore a delegate of the sne tQld tnat she and ments Institute of Agrarian ner grandchildren and the He said he was told he President enjoyed my acting so could then designate from ranch So 1 nomic Only free individuals and free joined 200 guests to leave their dinner table during an official lunch eon here Since Critchfield been director of scientific See Page 7 Diaz Lanz May Remain In Jail 5 JP France re Among several hundred idea affected were The primary purpose of affair is to honor 35 NavarroKho M steadfastly denied receiving anyi help resigned his commission Officers at Sill said Captl Michael who won more than resigned of this offlci1 statement and decorations will be My reason for Ifll 4 H club boys and friends of who have to the 4H program Q I DtlT y Cfll FourH Leads the Way will a space with can attain fullv the objectivesrw 5 JP toward which the United Na1 Nobody knew who threw the Pedro DlRB Lanz jailed hy ton authorities on Cuban maps acres to be retainedldecided to talk with her and of Their proffers of aid by the cattle Tash if sne couldnt help me get a said that presumably the CasPart in film or TV The idea had become a sort We gas DomD that went off not and should not overlook the amid lhe iUuatrous group atlcharges of murder and attempt t that totalitarian states tending the in honor ed has conferred with offering economic aid to unof After 20 friends who ofered to bail him no when the gas cleared from the e ultilmess hall of Stuttgart Institute Diaz Lanz will decide whether of the guests accept the offer during talks to thei Speld clothing for women and planeta household We up of 4H who The French action came in the wake of Britains announce ment Wednesday that British markets are opening to a vast array of American and West European goods long barred under import he French announcement published in the govern ments official The OEEC had asked T See Page 9 Engine Blast Balks Flight EDWARDS AIR FORCE that If I were called before the congressional committee in the television prefer to appear as a civilian or as an officer of thai Army whose resignation ha been The resignation was quicklyl accepted here and approved by the department of the It came scant hours after had again denied he ever received any help or knew of any help being contestants on Tic Tac The OEEC had asked its 17 explosion in one of the twin en His denial was prompted by member nations to lift import ffincs of the X15 rocket ship on release of testimony by Howard clearly concentrated on coun presumaoiy tro government planned to iuea a where the opportunities frequen propnate the remainder of thePf Same at said her tne SUDVersion of governments Emery ar Their financial The company was founded she she told of important United group of hecklers during 1952 with the King Ranch she wanted to see Nations activities to promote Texas controlling 25 per cent Eisenhower to go h he economic development of dents and local The Idea of West Europes on jgence and has Lanz addition to the quotas was not 9 that both salesman Mar A fire warning light in the lln Dowd and Rourke receive Diaz susPencled cockpit flashed on Wednesday night Mrs and the Americanowned Manati pack your buy your jcsg prosperous Sugar Plantation 75 per world is woefu It is one of the largest and best never dreamed she would Their tenders sfl irl his manv wh onds after Crossfield ranches in East See Page areas of the lly of even such aso German form nominafTsalstance always have Speidels strings fcnse u J want to be bailed out freely fj7OJT1 mother Some persons in the md not say what lne reasons end of the This is to make ghip at an altitude of See Page 7 JThe plane was damaged but ORourke said her husband va Asked If her husband want ed to say anything sh By JACK BELL 5 The Republicans analysis of Tuesdays local elections gives them little encouragement for hopes of regaining control of the House in Although the scattered elec tions offered little advance light on next years contest for the with some exceptions they seemed to reconfirm today a situation disappointing to the GOP The Republicans still are hurt ing politically in the Their own strategists had said an urban revolt fed the demon cratic congressional landslide in leaders of both par ties claimed the results augured well for their Democratic Chairman Paul Butler said the elections reaf firmed what he called a mandate given his party in 1958 and dem onstrated the vigorous good health of the Democratic party as it prepares the momentous campaign of Thurston Morton R the Republican national sized it up this wey Modest Republican net gains in New New Massachusetts and Roughly a standoff in In Repub licans had a statewide gain of six but despite this net showed net losses in cities of and In my own state of Ken tucky an expected Democratic split did not materialize and the Democrats won the electionJREPORTED according to By DAVE CKEVENS 5 JP Is former Allah Shivers plan ning a political comeback as leader of Texas drifting Demo cratic conservatives That interesting possibility was being discussed in the capi tal today following Shivers appeal to conservatives to shed what he called their apathy and of positive Many of the old conservatives now like to call themselves moderates or Shivers served seven Inalf years as and a Nobody 9yearold televisin tne political know expects All in all I think the Reion was reported misshlm to lrv again But he nas publicans have every reason to ing from the family home in lo be n look confidently toward by her and could Republican national Edith Bernauer A tee researchers blamed unemshe put the girl to bed ployment in part for a 1958 drop found her missing when of 17 per rrvo GOP cent in four congressio years in vote in and she went to her room in thp mnm room in tne morn line on filing for state ofice comes Shivers told the North Dallas Chamber of Commerce this See Page 7 tn L A aepjanea in rialweek that the conservatives in AP Wirephoto Texas politics have little or no He urged a positive program of general welfare with a limitation of the usual conservative fight with labor to specific The 1960 political outlook is interesting now since no avowed conservative candidate for gov ernor has Price expected by almost everybody to try for a third was long regarded as a He bolted the Democratic Party in protest against liberal Adlai Stevenson and his antiTexas tidelands But during the past session of the Daniel followed up his allout return to the party fold by working in many instances with legislative Quiz Show See Page 9 Honest Equals Commercial NEW NBC and CBS report mall and telegram sentiment in favor of continuance of television quiz The correspondence also has brought expressions of affection for Charles Van Doren the ad mittedly coached TV The bulk of it was received by Dave Garroways Today where Van Doren was a commentator until ousted by CBS and the networks which nurtured and nipped the TV quiz said today that communications about TV quiz programs generally was stream ing too fast for complete reporting on a tally of its latest 625 said 468 liberal He threw strong WELCOME gives a welcoming kiss to favored continuation of the statements at bankers and oil his unconscious who is home in quiz 129 were critical of companies that lobbied against after six months in a coma at a The boy was such and 28 his dormant funds He struck struck by a truck last Tennesseans donated special medical were out sharply at the pipeline equipment and two months rent on a new house so that his par A CB spokesman said See Page 7 ents could take him AP WirephotoJ A large majority of the favors continuation of thl type of They enjoy and would like to see them kep on the If there Is some wa1 of doing CBS said that while the bi majority favored continued qul most writers also laude the policy laid down recentl by CBS President Frank Stan ton of network responsibllitle for the authenticity of its Some writers suggested qul shows without the huge prlzesj or lavish NBC said it in addition ti showing continued devotion t quiz also showed pubH backing for Van Hes still a a spokes man Garroway said he himself h received about letters an more than 300 all the latter in the wake of Va See Page 7 ;

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