Saturday, November 7, 1959

Corsicana Daily Sun

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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - November 7, 1959, Corsicana, Texas 4 1 r V r H I THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Generally fail through Sunday warmer this afternoon and tonight with low tonight near Thermometer Readings 8 9 j 10 J 11 I 12 1 1 36 1 41 1 46 j 4T I 4B 1 49 5C Complete Weather Report on Market SemiWMMy Morning u LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE Most Securities and Commodities Markets Are Closed on 132 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS MOTORING MAZE Thousands of persons were late to work in Paui after four inches of snow brought traffic tangles like thU one in Minneapolis1 Kenwood Emer gency sanding crews answered scores of calls to untangle stranded cars and trucks which were unable to negotiate even the smallest slopes be cause of slippery of minor car accidents were reported in the two AP Wirephoto BASES MAIN TARGET OF KEYNOTER Miniature Cars Unveiled At Annual Parade 7 UP A search for Camilo Ciengue missing Cuban1 Army com was started by Air Force and Civil Air Patrol planes today over the vast Florida ever Orders to search for the Ces sna twinengine plane in which Cienfuegos disappeared 28 with a pilot and one soldier came irom the 14th Air Force Search and Rescue Division at The Pentagon in Washington reported the request for the search came from military at tache of the Embassy m Neither the Pentagon nor the State Department had any word whether Cuban Pre mier Fidel Castro has asked the Embassy for the The order was received here by Frank Gready op 7 today celebrated the 42nd anni versary of the Bolshevik Revolu tion in Russia in a festive mood with the shortest military pa rade ever staged for Ihe big The word peace is evident one physl Joseph Mayerle says clan feels Seven months ago Mayerleii e looks But only was sent believed doom few months ago doctors had ed by lung He was giv everywhere both in speech him only a short time to en up as a hopeless signs throughout the Soviet Unhlve He nad physicians figured he would die within a said Moscow radio as three but that didnt stop Mayfew a physician days of merrymaking got unerle Examination had shown his der I ate got lots of fresh left lung just a blur on tho By The Associated Press A light frost hit the Lower Rio Grande Valley Hidalgo County Agent Karcher said some vegetables are definitely All of Texas suffered under a deep chill as the sun bul the Weather Bureau promised rising temperatures during Ihe Knrchcr said toma and green beans will be hit the He said corn and grain might but it Porters Glad To Get Want Contract ing steel workers mixed emotions today wheni A the Supreme Court workera Union said an injunction ord T The Supreme up held an injunction ordering striking ateelworkers back to the mills for an 80day cooling off Industry and union spokes men both said steps will be taken immediately to get tha mills rolling halting the day f A 1 A V ners the steel will take the remainder of the lng thcm back to the mtlls day to determine nn 80day cooling off Rio 7 Pushes Disarmament and he In the keynote address at a There was some real help Red Square Defense Minflom the Great Boy ister Marshal Rodion Malinovne sky praised Premier Nikita The case of the 37yearold An averted a possibleKhrushchevs world disarmaWorld War n Navv veteran Air Reserve Flying Squadron basod at Miami International A dozen Civil Air Patrol planes took to the air immedi ately and were followed by throe Air Force C119 cargo each carrying a crew of and an carrying automobile skidded into the side of a school bus carrying 42 suburban kindergarten pupils injuring nine young sters and the two occupants of the Dozens of the pupils panick ed and trampled on each other when they found the front door of the bus smashed shut by the crash and sought to flee The bus Burl Me By 10 30 CAP planes were in the which covered the Florida keys and the swampy lower tip of the Florida Air Force spokesmen said that if Cienfuegos is they expect him to be in the keys area from Key West to the search may be ex tended further up the Air Force headquarters in Washington Friday night di rected that the search reported co ordinator atl4thSARheadquar See Pagc 5 Saturdays 24 Low F Season A seasons low temperature was recorded in Corsicana Sat urday morning when the mer cury dipped to 24 degrees on the Weather Bureau ther Temperature was also accom panied by a killing frost that had lawns and residences giving a snowHke appearance early Service stations and allied businesses have been doing a rushing business the past cou pie of days as motorists pre pared for winter Chinese Reds Almost Smash Senators Car PHNOM 7 Hiram Fong RHawaii escaped injury and possible death by seconds this A Russianmade jeep loaded with members of a Chi nese Communist aid mission careened into a Embassy car in Fongs convoy 14 miles west of this Cambodian A Cambodian whom the Chinese driver attempted to according to was seriously The four Chinese in the jeep were slight ly A Filipino photograph er and the Cambodian driver of the American car were shaken Both vehicles were extensive ly the only Senator of Asian is on a person al study tour of At the time of the accident he was en route to visit a teachers train ing school built with American The coming from the opposite had just pass ed the lead the second car containing Fong and Ambassa dor William Trimble and the Apparently in an attempt to avoid the the jeep cut slamming into the fourth a station The cyclist was hit witnesses fire by switching off his Igniment proposals to the United puzzles physicians A vet tion when he saw the car crans hospital spokesman says ing down on the He said But he also said that the Sothere have been only 40 known the auto narrowly missed his viet Union will maintain a state similar gasoline of high military preparedness Doctors will not say that Police said the auto left 160 until the proposals are accepted Mayerle has been It feet of skid marks before strikand all foreign bases at least five ftars to ing the bus near Downers He was given Xray treat See Page 5 Ike Employs Lincoln Words locals instructing the men to return to their om the Industrys There was mixed Grande City and Rio Hondo Inlfrom persons who first A1 the valley reported 31 of the court action from bold tor n jf long atplke came Monte Alto had headlines in extra editions SMntirtgHng weather gripped of the county today with Tony of PJants temperatures below or near a motor inspector at the was a the Steel Corps Homestead U said that The unseasonably cold said he will be glad to ome nien wil1 gcfc back to work od moved into the Atlantic Seaget back to probably would be board after bringing intense The old bankroll needs 0 the nations more than anything said l lnto UIl 1 Blasts of cold air that settled I wish we were after the lonS the South Central back on a new of the country brought With the responsible for putting The impact moved the bus 15 but did not over turn Nothing Spectacular The 2Qminute military parade contained nothing School The men in tentanew in according to lively identified as Edward Western military One of surburban Clarensaid there were some refine don the and Robments of what he had seen be erfc De of Downers were taken to a hospi The civilian demonstration tal in serious that followed included a display Six all from Downof miniature sports This ers were taken to Hinswas the first lime such cars dale sanitarium for treatment had ever appeared in a of bruises and concussion Square The children were being driv1 Thousands of athletes f r v ws 4 Boys Robbery Time ALTER By BILL i UP Four high school on Red a holiday from classes while their teachers attended a for 7 President Eisenhower asked his fellow Americana Friday to voice thanks on Thanksgiving bounties to pray for divine guidance in the great unfinished task of achiev ing peace among men and na In the usual proclamation set ting aside the last Thursday this Thanks Dav Elsenhower the en home from the Lincoln civilian dergarten in Downers Grove when the and way of if to pa pai interrupted a which tho and the See Page 5 hunt Friday to rob a bank Of Uovcrnmenl of the United Slates of are 7 A House subcommittee is ready to sweep its searchlight from the tainted world of TV quiz shows to another phase o jockeys and song Charges of skulduggery and bribery in promotion of particularly on disk jockey shows on TV and have been received by the House Leg islative Oversight Certain charges have been made to the subcommittee and we shall look into sub committee Chief Counsel Robert Lishman told a reporter Fri day He refused to say whether this is one of the things committee chairman Oren Harris had in mind Friday when he announced the inquiry will be extended into other tele vision one far it that disk jockeys and sales promotion of popular music records will be the chief target of the new in Lishman confirmed among other subcommit tee investigators plan to look into allegations of bribing of disk jockeys to promote new popular The subcommittee also is ex pected to take a penetrating look at TV and radio advertis ing commercials and at the practice of undercover cash payments for plugs of persons or products on TV Harris said the subcommit tee will meet again 9 to plot its future The final witness CBS President Frank said we believe that legislation is See Page 5 Dowling Slated Addison Probe For Bonn Post Friday In Charges Flurry a diplomat with 29 years of re portedly has been chosen as the new Ambassador to West He will succeed David informed sources said adding that West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer has sent word that he is delighted with the choice of served from 1953 to 1956 as Deputy High Commissioner for Germany and later as Minister Counselor at the American Embassy in Previously he was Deputy Commissioner for Aus tria and Counselor of Embassy at Dowling had been scheduled to become assistant secretary of state in charge of European af The informed sources said this assignment was canceled to allow him to go to INJURIES FATAL UP died Friday of injuries suffered when his car crashed into a cattle truck 7 miles east of AGED WOMAN KILLED BAYTOWN UP Jose phine died Saturday of burns received when a bath room heater set fire to her AUSTIN The House investigation of John Milton Ad disons uranium mining ventures recessed Indefinitely In quick succession A star witness said two im portant files of evidence were stolen while he ate lunch with The committee said it is be ing Addison charged he Is be ing maliciously persecuted by the The 31yearold Dallas promo ter proposed a citizens commit tee of newspapermen to investi gate the House Investigating Its a confidence game on the part of the Addison told reporters when asked about the Its a complete surprise to the said Blanchard of commit tee Addison is scheduled for trial 30 in San Antonio on charges of theft and of violat ing state securities The House committee began an in vestigation of charges and coun ter charges in the case last week and continued hearing wit nesses Thursday and Dallas accountant Owen Johnson told the committee two Thinking it they he in the ed to the scene of the holdup 10 productivity of farm nnd fac minutea gave the money but ftven more so in the hack and waited for a deputy piospnct of improvement of rela sheriff to arrest None among men and among na We earnestly hope that of I and said the robconciliation will hold increasing a prior States Dean Sumncr ry started off as a but amonp us rued serious when one of two peoples everywh be tu 16yenr olds decided to go and among alt Since this is the 150th year ahead with it on 2 spur of Pf Abraham Lincolns the enhowor said it was fitting to in the of 1863 The boy entered the Farmers use Lincoln t words State Bank in this northeastern historic proclamation South Dakota hamlet with a which established the annual ob whitc handkerchief over his servnncc of Thankspiving to 8s again gratitude for fill for national strength and vigor and for singular deliverances and See Page fi face and carrying a fruitfi See Page 8 15 Are Killed Formosa Crash 7 Air Force piano crash ed in southern Formosa today killing all 15 persons The Air Force C47 car ried 11 passengers and 4 crew All were Air Force per sonnel except the Air Force announcement The plane was en route to Clark Air Force Base In the Names of the victims were withheld pending notification of JET FLIGHT FAST 7 Boeing 707 jet airliner flew here non stop Friday from covering the miles in 9 hours 9 The named the Chateau De Versail is the first of its type to be delivered to air See Page 5 Clears Deaf Mute On Noise Charge NEW 7 UP A deaf twice accused of I said Production To Be Slow well just be getting warmed upl The of getting production and well have lo quit started again will take from Amantea to weeks dependvl Im glad because it will onthe condition and type us a chance to catch individual have three kids to feed and oth Arthur who er steelworkcrs have even foil8ht unsuccessful After half a loaf of bread the injunction ib better than none at the high court said he has no Mike of PIans to scclc a Steels Clairlon wasnt Tne Supreme Court has happy about the court He Goldberg HowI using loud and boisterous bus been freed by a Id rnlhor have a set con This injunction gives the stoel companies an unfair ad See Page 8 Joseph of Sure Im glad to have was arrested three weeks ago U hank account for 80 but and again on 30 for allegedwhat happens after the SO days SW President ly annoying passersby talking to On both Ruiz was standing on a corner with six other who also were ar through a signlanguage told Magistrate Wal ter Galdwin Friday that he had been in jail for a wcok be cause he could not raise Sec Page 5 Sends Telegrams Cost Of Long Strike Over 7 David President of the United is sued this statement today after the Supreme Court upheld a Taft Hartley injunction against the stoel strike The Supreme Court has spok 7 The magistrate 116day steel As lawabiding citizens tha If ho Ruiz is deaf and cant cat Industrywide shutdown In of then he cant make steel history cost morn than six wiu comply with the courts Maybe the patrolman can toll billion dollars in wage and proJudgment us how he ductlon I have accordingly dispatch Patrolman John Fanoil said Striking stcehvorkers and the ccl telegrams to our striking only that Ruiz and the other basic stoel industry absorbed members directing in ac dcfendants had failed to move most of the hut other mJcordanco with the courts on when told Americans Buying Like Stores Closing Finally By JACK NEW YORK Ameri cans are buying as if the store doors werent going to open Cash registers jingled a mer ry tune this week with the only somber notes coming from areas hard hit by the steel Retail trades dollar running strong all through registered gains of 2 to 6 per cent this week over the like per iod of record buying Bradstreet report The automobile trade report ed its sales set a new high for October of cars although dealers ran into a shortage in the final week because the steel strike was shutting down as sembly Trading volume on the New York market this week was not comparable with the prior week because the market was closed elec tion Average daily was shares compared with the week Bond tradingthis week was par value com pared with last week and a year Here are some reports illus trating the buying surge Roebuck said its sales topped three billion dol lars in the first nine months of this highest for a comparable period in its May Department Stores said it expects to do 675 million dollars business this 70 30 millions from last year despite slower sales in the industrial centers of Youngs Cleveland and See Page 5 dustrios allied to steel also felt to resume work the loiter at a news The halfmillion strikers lost McDonald expanded on his state an estimated ln mcnt He also said the 171member Lost steel production Wage Policy Committee nearly 5 billion based wil1 ho convened In the next on prostrike The fcw tlavs to chart the unions strike shut down about 87 per ruturn administrative and nego cent of the nations basic steelHiations making Asked if the strike wouH re More than workers In sumn nt thc cnd of the 80day steelrelated Industries were laid coollngoff period In the absence resulting in additional wage of egotlated Me and production Josses in the unDonald said that decision would estimated Sec Page 5 Maintenance Men Recalled Quickly MASQUEIIADE IS Ann of Glen admitted to Jefferson County authorities in that for four months she has been masquerading through jails and jobs as a homeless She finally donned feminine garb and posed for pictures in the home of Deputy Sheriff and Sam Teague of Jefferson County where she has been Jiving for several AP Wirephoto UP Laughlln Steel the nations fourth largest steel today recalled an un determined number of hourly maintenance workers to its The recall signaled the start of getting Iho huge steelmaking plant located near Pittsburgh back into operation under terms of an 80day TaftHartJey in junction upheld by the Supreme A company said the men were being recalled as need ed but there was no immediate how many workers would go back Into the mill im Tho TaftHarUey injunction offers no magic formula for speeding mills Into peak pro duction or hurrying the halfmil lion strikers back to said it A few maintenance men walk ed through tho gates of the Steels giant Falrless Works at less than an hour after the high courts A company spokesman several hundred more men would report in the afternoori In the blast open hearth and coke oven He added that it would be several weeks before employes at Morrlsville can be recalled and production returned to Steel producers estimate it will take them up to alx weeks to get production back to 90 par cent of They figure it will take up to three weeks to get new steel rolling In an Im portant Some of the workers may rft See Page 5

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