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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - November 9, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Clear to partly cloudy through Tuesday with slowly rising tempera Thermometer Readings 81 9 f 10 1 11 I 12 II 2 43 1 50 58 60 62 63 64 Complete Weather Report oo Market HMMOftht Daily Sun and SemiWeritly Morning LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS 133 1959 PAGES MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW 9 some profit govern ments trade CHICAGO export buying and short hedge moderate gener al to 25 cents high er top steers steady to 50 cents lower top PRICE FIVE CENTS jit NO FORMAL MEDIATION wfc mmmtmmnm TANKER FIRE THREATENS INDUSTRIAL AREA The tanker Amoco Virginia burns fiercely at its berth on the Hous ship channel following a series of The storage tanks at upper left are among threehundred giant tanks filled with or or gasoline that dot the area and were in danger of being exploded by the heat and flames from the burning A lone flreboat keeps its spray on the forward section of the tanker where high test gasoline is More than a score were injured and seven killed as a result of the explosions and AP Wirephoto ARMED UNITS WITHDRAWAL PROPOSED Sharp Tone Of Indian Note Speedy Response 9 Chou EnLai of Red China has proposed that he and Prime Minister Nehru of India meet quickly to settle their border In the said their armed forces each should pull back 1212 miles from disputed A note to as broad cast by Peiping said the peoples of our two countries de sire that we act Un less a solution is found to the border clashes William Wild Bill Lancer las at the resular meeting of I for the other two malsteel moves in significant 1 f t i j I 1 O I J J J I m h i I i North Dakotas Maverick Solon Is Heart Victim 9 UP Nov Motor said it Is speeding up production of automobiles this week and hopes for even more improvement next Ford worked only three days in most of its plants last week in an effort to stretch steel supMajor producers edged Ihe first II said work schedules for small shipmenls of finished steel this up at least Into delivery pipelines loday A fourlane highway from Corfour day weeks at all days after an 80day Taft EFFORTS DUE Weather Makes Ore Stockpiles Growing Problem 9 sicana to a point west of Powell were drawn before weekend de came a step closer to reality velopmcnts sent stcelworkers Monday morning when the Com back to their mlsaloners Court entered into a Hartley injunction halted the longest strike In steel industry Ford makes about 50 per cent The early contract with the State Highway I of ils own A Ford spokesings of what was left behind Department for the securing of man said fresh supplies expectwhen the 116day strike ed in about four weeks should meant litlle lo customers already prevent any general hurt by It still will The picture was still be weeks before newly produced Authorize Contract County Judge Kenneth Doug both sides do not want to see WllCl mil Lander LUI LUC ULMCI LWU mixIOLUUI in colorful poiitical the Court was authorized to sign jor General Motors I IA f TfcT ui A I 1 i m m 1 M may again occur in the maverick both as governor and the contract for Navarro and Both expect more JJJ B Under the the counlayoffs before new steel supplies the note Dislikes Attitude Chou gave an unusually prompt reply to a stiff note India sent to Peiping only last Wednesday again accusing Red China of The replj as is dead at He spent 45 turbulent years in the last 19 of them in the Langer died In his sleep of ty will secure the rightofway and the state will be in charge of Workers Recalled Thousands of the strikers were called back to In an effort to supply dealers work over the with 1960 cars the automakers ands more expected recalls early Several months the Statehave used virtually their Steel firms were re Highway Department through stockpile of Prospects for luctant to state i h pu I H v m v k 1V A k I W Iff Y UfcJ I iaV b t b 4 PK heart failure Sunday at his its djfitrict and local engineers new steel deliveries remain in occurred too i I W 4 t 1 v I 4 T T fj 14 u B w H V m m m m i H W fcT b also answered a letter Nehru Langer had been ailing indicated lhal such a project doubt but Industry sources sug In the Federal since his died of was possible following confergest it will be four to six weeks Mediation and Conciliation Ser The Red Chinese premier said Cancer He recently ences wilh members of Ihe before all types of sleel needed vice announced II mean Indias latesl note adopts an spent three weeks In a hospital Funds for construction for car production become keep trying for a break attilude which is extreiely with Funeral plans will come from sources other 9 tf The tanker Amaco its plates fcucWed and ripped by fire and explosion claimed an eighth victim today when city fireman Chandler drowned aboard the Twentyfive per sons suffered The fire aboard the tanker threatened the heart ofa the nations lareosl L Chester pale a harmful lo Ihe friendly rela tions belween Ihe two coun Iries and is In no way help ful to a The Chinese government proposes that in order to dis cuss further the boundary ques tion and olher quesllons in the lelalions belween Ihe two coun Ihe prime ministers of the See OHOU Page 12 and petrochemiral center lor 19 hours Seven Crewman Die The vessels and six of the 40 crew members drowned this morning while cooling the ship with He apparently step ped into a hole in a submerged portion of the Investigators climbed over the buckled plates in search of clues as to the cause of the Groups probing the destroyed hulk were the Coast The American Oil and Hess where the ship is tied Fumes Still Threat No one except the investiga tors was permitted to enter the terminal area Port Houslon Coasl Guard said gas oline fumes from Ihe ship still pose a Ship channel traffic between Port Houston and 25 miles to the remained Aboul eighl ships were ready lo sail from Port Nine incoming vessels had drop ped anchor in Galveston Bay while waiting for the 50mile channel lo be The fire broke out less than four hours before Ihe American Oil tanker was to sail for The feeding on barrels of high lest gasoline and fuel oil in the vessels threatened the hearl of Ihe na tions biggest oil refining and petrochemical center for 19 See Page 12 loud voice today to an nounce I plead your honor to the slaying of an actress friend in a burst of pro fessional and personal At the noon the trial outcome was predictable Each of the 9 women and 3 men on the jury agreed in advance to assess a 30year prison a movie extra helping film The Alamo stabbed attractive Blond LeJean Eth to death in the hall way of a residence she shared with four male including Two ranchers and a cowhand are the only men on the Eight of the women are married or widows of mature Thn twelfth is petite Miss Mary about Both Atty Douglas New ton and Defense attorney Fred Semaan asked each prospective juror If they would agree to a 30year As each they were seated on the Eight said they could not agree and were The attorneys picked the jury before noon in a remarkable dis play of speed for a murder Although Smith pleaded he still must stand trial and the jury must return a verdict under Texas Only about 20 spectators were in the courtroom in this south west Texas There was no Hollywood flavor and if any movie persons were in the court room they could not be identifi ed by their slightly built man of See Page 6 Merger of Velvet Ice Cream Company of Corsicana with Cabells of Dallas was an nounced Monday by officials of both The Velvet Corsicana plant will continue in full and all plant and sales personnel will be according to E a r 1 e president of CabellR Cabell described the merger as another step in a planned program of expansion in the area served by Cabells for more than 20 Under the which becomes effective Danny president of Velvet and a 27year veteran of the ice cream will con tinue with Cabells in an execu tive capacity in charge of sales and The merger announced Mon day said that Velvets fine line of ice cream and mellorine will join the Cabell family and will be augmented to Velvet cus tomers within a 100mile radius of Corsicana with Cabells own homemade type ice cream and quality dairy The Velvet firm had its be ginning here in 1932 as the Nicholson and was located at 120 West Second Ave nue in the guilding now occupied were Langer sleered a safe course See Page 6 Reading Issues Veterans Day V Proclamation Corsicanas observance of Vet erans has been proclaimed officially by Mayor Reading1 as one in which the city is requesled lo join the nation in honoring those who served so faithfully in Warld Wars I and II and Ihe Walter Reuther said today American labor movement should Reading noted lhal tell the Democratic party it haa Designated 11 Navarro county hospital board not have labors support and reaa veterans Day to so honor members Sunday at 2 dejtain Dixiecrats In top congresthose who served this nalion in the roule of in Ihe deadlock through infor than Ihe I The induslry hopes lo obtain mal talks with bolh The fourlane highway will be sufficient sloel lo build another lhan through formal nogolia See Page 6 Joseph mediallon flA HK said he was nollfying 32 Mountaineers VELVET AND CABELL ICE CREAM COMPANIES MERGE Reuther Raps DixiecraSs In Capital Speech Hospital Board Decides Space Changes Needed 9 cided to make a number of changes on the north end of the first floor to accommodate the pathological department to be opened January 1 and voted to make changes in the basement to give additiona I space for furniture The board also authorized Stroube to con tact an architect to look over a proposed new addition im mediately west of the parking space for ambulances looking toward additional storage space for records and possibly a class room for the licenses vocational nurses of Madi who legist here Janu addressing the third biennial convention of the AFL CIOs industrial union depart ment which he also had some sharp words of criticism for President Eisenhower and for what he termed labors own flab bin ess The president of the United Auto Workers acknowledged that unions faced many frustrations in this years congressional but urged that we dont casti gate our friends at the Our basic problem is that we didnt elect he Reuther then went on to say that the which gen erally has backed should tell that party you cant becomes nathol Becomes have our support if you fl a y the banner of Franklin Roosevelt and NaHarry Truman on election day varro city then the day after turn the party over to Howard The board authorized Paul ISmith and Jim Eastland on Cap to puritol chase equipment needed that wi 1 approximate a Virginia is chairman of the powerful by the Texas Telephone and A commitlee composed of House Rules East Simth and Paul land Mississippi heads Telegraph Original equlp See Page 6 9 Seven six of them mem bers of one were killed today in a collision of three heavy trucks and a car on Route Two of the trucks and the car Dead were Earl Martin and his of Prophets town their son and daughter Richard and Joanne also of Prophetstown the elder Martins daughter and Jean and Willard Hartshorn of Rock and truck driver Edward Robert of Chi driver of a United Parcel Service semitrailer was taken to a hospital in nearby An y with severe burns and Hirsch was driving a Pillsbury Milling tank truck loaded with soybean The iver of the other also a loaded Pillsbury oil was not hurt and was not im mediately The collision occurred 15 miles southeast of Dixon in western Illinois a few north miles west of the route 51 junc State police said the west bound parcel truck apparently sideswiped the first of the two eastbound oil sending it cnto the highway then smashed the other tank trailer truck loaded with The impact ripped the cab from the parcel truck and hurl ed it onto the approaching east bound smashing it down to seat TC and spewing barrels of soybean oil and burning truck fuel over the NORTH LITTLE 9 A family of four was burned fatally in an early Sunday morning fire which swept their home after an ex They were William 30 his 26yearold wife and their and an executive of a charter airplane died to The rest of his family died a hours after the Firemen said they believed the fire spread from a floor Wright told fire men she heard an explosion just before the fire broke A William Goza fought his way into the house three times in the fight to rescue the Ha and a hunting Orin also helped the Wrights escape the The windows were barred against making escape The Wrights moved to Little Rock last March from Before that they had lived in times of war peril and It is fit ting and proper that Corsicana share In this Inasmuch as Corsicana and Navarro county have contributed the services of their young many of whom served their country with glory and credit to to the and to this Mayor Reading de clared I hereby proclaim 11 as Veterans Day in our city and urge all citizens to observe this memorable day by publicly expressing their acclaim and ad miration for all those veterans who have served in our national wars and The armed forces and veterans affairs committee of the Cham ber of Commerce is sponsoring a parade at 11 Wednesday featuring officers and men of the Texas National Guard troops and Army Reserve unit and arranged for Joe Matthews American Legion Na tional Committeeman of Fort Worth to speak to a noon luncheon of the constructed Highway Get Valuations Help In other action Monday morn the Court entered into a contract with the Thomas Plckett indus trial and for 1960 Reported Safe President Eisenhowers board of inquiry about the plan to suspend formal mediation con TalJts Suspended I do not plan to call fur S it was a renewal A missing 32man Japaneselther mediation conferences in expedition to the steel dispute for about two Gaurl Sanknr in the Himalayas Finnegan said in a is safe and on its way back to See Page 6 Morse Suggests Lowering Flag During 80 Days 9 UP the foreign office said An announcement said a por ter senl lo look for the climb missing since early Oclo found them staying at Men Both union and company ne See Page 6 EVE SURGERY D Theodore Francis Green a village down the left for Philadelphia day to enter Lankenau Hospital nr Tne expedition planned to for an operation on his right Wayne Morse Bald heave Sunday for The 92yearold senator under today every American flag whlch is a twoweek trek from went a successful operation on should fly at half staff during tnis Thoro was no Indlhis left eye a year He ex the 80 days the ateclworkers are cation whether the climbers had peels to be hospitalized for 10 forced back on the job by court scalcd the This should be done In mem ory of the precious loss of free dom for thousands of steelwork Morse He issued a statement commenting on Sat urdays Supreme Court decision that upheld the TaftHartley Act injunction and brought a halt to the steel strike at 116 The M rse high courla stripped of means that supposed By CLYDI5 MURRAY Daily Sun Staff ly free workers in free America Navarro countys 4H club have been sentenced for 80 days members enjoyed their finest to a form of economic peonage hour Saturday night as they by a return to government by joned friends and adult sup porters in the Bowie School Morse cafetorium for the eighth annual are compelled to work wilhoul awards and achievement ban a contract under the dictates of Bonnie Wright Bin a ruthless steel management Daily Sun was the lhat has shown Its disregard An impressive repre senting rural and urban folk from throughout the turned oul for Ihe affair spon th public Intercsl lime and limn E Morse said the courts decision shows the absolute necessity 9 UP A stunned negro mother of 12 stood in a dirt street and point ed toward the charred remains of her tworoom frame Right she whispered tearfully Sunday night to a small cluster of negroes and a Rifrht there inside that door is where my children Four of her 12 children died In the roaring flames that consum ed the building In1 pight The was away at a nearby when the fire Her 39 vearold commonlaw laborer Lucious was in an authorities cause of the fire was was appointed to supervise re moval of for the pathology and the changes in the This same committee was authorized to appear before the commission ers court to request from the for some of the repairs and needed main tenance Stroube said he was still gath See Page 13 Legion and for repeal of Ihe TaftHartley I sored joinlly by the Navarro Law if free labor Is lo survive County 4H Council and the Na our Stock Ends Village Poverty SAN MARCO 9 This outofthe way mountain hamlet has no t 1 I 4r 4 ering information on proposed pnoneSt no aufcomobileSl no Po new lighting fixtures in the halls licemcni onjy a aingle radio of the hospital but he was not and 284 stockholders In the ready for a worlds biggest The monthly report showed Thats every woman and See Page 6 in San Marco a village in the barren Apennine Twin Cities Hit By Bus Walkout Mountains 30 miles south of Sunday each resident was giv en 25 shares of Bank of America a block of stock worth about Bank of representa 9 A bus drivers strike tolives hiked over a twisting mile day left the Paul long mountain trail the vil metropolitan area of a million lages only link with the outside persons without public transworld to deliver the portation for the first lime in worth of stocks for Victor and 25 Joseph Saturno of Negotiations between the Twin Their parents were natives of City Rapid Transit and San Marco Although Transit Employes Division Victor and Joseph had nevei representing the firms seen the they wanted to mechanics and do something for Their father ended shortly after Leopoldo Pietro left The workers struclat 4 the hamlet in 1878 when he was Thousands of persons joined almost He made a fortune car pools reminiscent of war in real estate in Reno before dy Thousands of others walking in ed to work or took their chances San Marco DUrri has known of Bating little but poverty for arid varro County Electric Gold Star Awards Jane Walking and Ronnie who presided over the elaborate received the highest award on the county the Gold Star and A tenyear pin went to Sclwyn the gifts of stock suddenly madelthers specified thai shares Hollingsworth of Barry and was the villagers rich in local should go only to Ihose living in prcscnted b Lln Warthan one the village last 1 and con all tei The Avanzini raised Leopoldo Saturno of the special Corbels 4H club was award ed a Ravel for having Ihe high est attendance at tho county 1H camp last summer by Spec ial Guest District Judge James Whelyn Pettya chairman of Ihe Coun cil presented honorary 4H mem bership cards lo Osie Stroube and Lin Adults Recognized Barbara Pic arid Carmack Pollys received alumni recognition from Joan West brook assistant home demonstration and John county Both are former 4H clubbers who are now adult County Judge Kenneth Doug special presenled tha Gold Star Awards to Miss Watl kins and Willis and chairman of the educa See Page 12 which UnUng lo reside there up to after Ihe delivery of Ihe he was orphaned as a small iero and Ernesta still lives In the unheated stove a COUple in their journeyed farmhouse where he grew to San Marco DUrri lo com The family has five acres of piain to bank officials that they barren farm land and four cows had been deprived of stock be Now the seven Avanzinis have cause we were forced lo move to worth of a nest egg Genoa so as not to starve lo Ihey could nol have buill up in years of hard Last year The prcsentation of the slock each share of Bank of America WM witnessed by four officials stock paid a dividend of the banks headquarters in For the Avanzinis that would gan Franclaco and by Anne have meant an income of 315 granddaughter of Ihe probably enough lo lake foundcr of the Amedeo care of Iheir meager needs for nimacif a native of most of Ihe thls Apennine Mounlain The arrival of good luck in grcetcd the hard luck village did nol1 make everybody An Gnndlni handed oul Ihe slock woman and two In the village church that wants The to I spec to make fools of They re fused to colled their monthold Orielta P e r a z z whose father signed a receipt for 54 olher Six of Ihe oldest signed their reccipls j j i f f j V Xx y I J V w V ta H sw I j ftf I Aurello Ihe banks Parents rector for said the stock would be held for Ihem until Ihey changed Iheir ti u i Some former residenU of San Gandini advised the villagers Jane Watkins received the Gold Star Awards Salurday night Marco were angry that they to nold Qn to tnclr Btock but lf the Achievements banquet held al the Collins Thl wilh an KECEIVK GOLD R AWARDS Ronnie am were left The Salurno bra See Page 6 is the highest award in 4H Club   

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