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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - November 10, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL cloudi ness and warmer Tuesday night cloudy and mild Wednesday with scattered light Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 I 11 12 1 I Z 46 54 58 62 63 64 65 Complete Weather Report on Market Daily SunandSemiWtrtly Morning Liahtg LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW ed some wide cor porates Cotton trading CHICAGO nearby months moderate li higher December up to 25 cents lower top Cattle Slaughter steers generally steady top 134 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Snowstorm Catches Mass Plane Flight 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 ft of showered allot her love and affection on her pet on the dogs re turn home from a visit at a veterinarians The dog was credited with saving Wendys life when he pulled a deadly snake away from her and killed Droopy was bitten on the nose as he killed the snake and had to go to EL vet for Wirephoto AP Cuba To Rebuff Protest 10 will reject as inadmissible a note protesting an anti American pamphlet issued by the Cuban ministry of Revolucion said Revolucion declared the min istry of state will reject in the firmest terms the new Yankee note which it said is filled with falsehoods and in Eidious Other Havana newspapers carried without comment re ports about the state de partment labeled the pamphlet mali cious and the official organ Prime Minister Fidel Cas tros July 26th revolutionary used the Spanish word for a Krum Robber Gets Suspended Terms In Court 10 UP Roy re ceived two fiveyear suspended sentences in District Cour here Monday after pleading guil ty to robbing a Krum McCrory was charged on two counts in connection with the taking of from the Den ton county bank in He was arrested at nearby Grape vine shortly after the robbery The suspended sentences wil run Judge Joe Sheehy imposed the sentences after the youths attorney told the court that he does not believe McCrory is a criminal because he has worked hard every day since he was re leased on After he was Me Crory told officers he was un armed when he went to the Krum He said he robbed the bank because he was wor ried about his family since his tractor and farm equipment hac been orm of insult in this There was no immediate com nent from the Minis ry sources said about copies of the pamphlet have been printed in English and a arger Spanish edition is in The brochure seek o link the Uniled Slates with dolence in Havana ii vhich two persons were killec and 45 In a front page Car os publisher of Revo called the United State lote alse and offensive foi both the people and govern ment of He said the Cuban rejection will accompany a detailed doc umentation covering Cuban and will prove that the sustained aggressive poll of the United States in the polilical as well as in the econ military and commercial fields has been demonstraled by Khrushchev To Visit France In March American imperialism through out different Yankee adminis The editorial suggested that Washingtons criticism was a prelude to aggression of some Any such Franqui will be met by See Page 2 six IS DAMPER ON SPEEDY PEAK PARLEY DeGaulle Says Algerian Offer Remains Open 10 Pres dent Charles De Gaulle an nounced today Nikita Khru shchev will begin his French isit March The president emphasized talks with the Soviet premier are a necessary forerunner to an EastWest summit De Gaulle thus put the damper on any British hopes for a quick summit British Prime Minister Harold Macmil an again told his parliament today he hopes for an easy SastWest Will Accept Ban De Gaulle also told a news conference If the Unted Nations suc ceeds in banning nuclear weap ons France will agree at But Frances atomic bomb test the Sahara will go on as scheduled there is no chance France will renounce nuclear eapons while others are still perfecting His offer to Algerias re bellious nationalist leaders to come to France lo discuss ceasefire is slill He added nothing new to his previous The rebels have agreed to discuss a ceasefire but want See Page 9 Nikita Boasts Bed Sub Speed Doubles remler Nikila Khrushchev vas reported loday lo have lold resident Eisenhower thai Ihe oviet Union has atomic sub marines wilh a speed double lhal f American Saleh former Min sler of Nalional Guidance and TOW Chairman of a publishing louse in said Khrush hev made Ihe disclosure in an Daniel Wants State Gas Tax Boost Clear Navarro Mills Permit 10 IP Ap proval of the Navarro Mills Re servoir near Corsicana could come at any a member of the State Board of Water Engi neers indicated Manslaughter Trial Dixon said man board is near the three agreement Ike Eyes Rest Before Big Trip 10 Eisenhower began clearing his desk today in hopes of getting away for a few days of rest in advance of a strenu ous goodwill mission to foreign The President may leave later in the week for his favorite vacation spot at Usually there is a White House news conference on Wed but press secretary James Hagerty said Eisen hower is calling it off ing up sessions with the Na tional Security Council and the The NSC usually comes In on the Cabinet on FBI Chief Blasts Hoodlum Coddling 9 Director Edgar Iff FBI Hoover de clared Monday lhat the time has come to put an end to coddling of young In speech before a united fund Hoover called teenage crime a national scan Young hoodlums too long and too often permitted to hide under a cloak of undeserved leniency have become a seri ous threal to decency in com munity afler community across the said In recent criminology no premise has been more false Khan the one which professes that vicious offenders should be Fhielded from the consequences their acts simply because they 10 WI FE director Edgar Hoover advocates maximum penalties for bank He issued a reminder lhat such crimes hav recently been running far aheac of Ihe gangsler era of Ihe 1930s In a signed editorial in th November issue of the FBI law enforcement Hoove said that during the fiscal yea ending last June banks and savings and loan association were victimized by robberies o thefts on an than twice a happen to be of tender Hoover said that he was not speaking of but out and mischief out criminals rapists and So much money and See Page 5 average of mor There is every indication thai we are well on Ihe way to witnessing in 1960 an even more appalling record of viola Hoover Bank robbery is perhap more readily and naively asso ciated with the John Dillinge but the 195859 fiscal year far outstripped any prior year for which we have Before the previou high year for this typp of crim See Page 2 The published in he paper Al was ipread over Ihree Salem said Khrushchev lolt him During my brief visit to he United States Ive seen with Eisenhower a movie on the la American I him Eisenhower youi submarines are nol so bad bu1 the speed of our atomic subma is double The Khrushchev interviev anged over a wide variety o subjects including a summl See Page 2 Largest Known Sub Joins Atomic Fleet 10 UP atomicpowered Triton worlds largest known sub joined Americas grow ng nuclear underwater flee The a radar picke was commissione with a prediction that she wl a potent and versatile add ion to the Navys strikin Vice Admiral Bernard Aus Deputy Chief of Naval Op erations for Plans Policy said on this ship will fall th opportunity for demonstratin the practicability of large sul Her experience may we point the way for the futur course of Naval The 100milliondollar dua 447 foot ship will act as an early on issues which held up Ihe per mit asked by the Trinity River Authority at an 13 The TRA would pay approxi mately 25 per cent of the esti maled for a reservoir on Richland a tributary of the The Army Engi who first proposed the dam ns a flood control would pay the Corsicana would buy 90 per ent of the estimated acre iel to be diverted each year the acre fool Dixon said the board probably ill agree on a permit which ill require Corsicana and the RA to obtain water board ap roval of contracts for purchase nd diversion of Consideration of the permit an be taken up by unanimous See Page 9 Engineer Says louston Needs Trinity Water 10 W on needs water from both the rinity and San Jacinto Rivers ecause neither stream has nough water to satisfy the eeds of the Gulf Coast an ngineer testified Norman of Brown and a Houston firm hired to urvey the citys water needs nd ways to fill said wa er could be pumped from the rinity lo Ihe Houslon Indus rial area cheaper than from nywhere Norman returned to the wil less chair al Ihe start of the econd week of hearings on lans for two dams on the low r The State Board of Water Engineers is considering the The engineer introduced a iort prepared by his firm whicl warning listening post for th surface Austin said the Triton will b pioneering in an operationa area that has long stimulate the imagination of tacticians that of coordinated operation between submarines and fas surface task Said th admiral There is no precedent her there is no established doctrin in this Triton will be wri ing Ihe book as she investigate all the possibilities that he unique characteristics open u This service in the Ion im be one of her more portanl The dockside he See Page 2 lUlllned Ihe potential walei See Page 9 Blaze Erases Fanuly Of S GLENS P Fire wiped out a family of eight today after an cxplo in their home near The mother and six children ranging from 6 monlhs to 6 perished in the The falher died a few hours la ler in Glens Falls The victims were Janet her Charles a building and Charles and 6 BLIJVD DRIVER FINED GETS JAIL TERM 10 man who draws a Texas ension for the blind was sen enced to 18 months in jail and ined Monday on charges lemming from the hitrun eath of a fouryearold Eddie Andrew of drew the sen ence in municipal court on nisdemeanor He still faces a felony charge n involuntary The Marina Lee Bottle Thrown Into Trinity Reaches Coast A note in a bottle thrown Into Trinity river by a Corsicana youngster been returned af more than two On August Pam aged 11 daughter of Mr and Joe 312 East Al threw a note in i bottle into Trinity river distance downstream from the Highway 28 crossing between Freestone and Anderson The note said by whom it was written and it was being thrown into 1 Texas river in the The mother of Pam related ate Monday that the note and a letter was received by Pam Saturday from Arnold McKay Route The letter related that the bottled note was Octobei in Trinity Bay neai Cross Bayou eight 01 nine miles west of where Trinilj empties into Trinity Special NATO Meeting Sel 10 IT NATO representatives today agreed to hold a special meeting of the alliances foreign ministers ii Paris 22 to hear results o the western summit Permanent representatives o the 15 members of the Nortl Atlantic Treaty Organizatioi decided at their weekly meet ing to go ahead with the annua foreign ministers meeting ir Paris 1517 as originally But the representatives alsi agreed to another gathering following the West ern summit which begii in Paris a NATO spokesman The decision to hold a ministerial meeting was an nounced in Washington Mon The NATO meeting toda fixed the vas hit by a car on a busy exarkana street Saturday aft A witness said she was fagged 51 The driver did ot The a service lalion furnished po ce with a description and the rrest who said he was par ially plead guilty to a harge of failure to stop anc ender He was fined nd sentenced to a year in jai n that count by municipa udge Ted He pleaded innocenl lo i harge of making false state nent and knowingly concealing naterial facts In applying fo n Arkansas drivers He ias conviclcd on this charg ind sentenced to six months in all and fined Daley wears no H See Page 8 SAN Price Daniel today urged onecent boost in the gasoline ax to finance state highways nd When the temporary 21 nonth Increase in the federal gasoline tax Texas nould pick up this extra cent or vital improvements In high and the gover or Daniel said future farm oad financing should come from his rather than the gen ral The remarks came in a speech repared for delivery at the Te s Farm Bureau Daniel suggested the stale hould enact the one cent tax iefore Ihe federal tax runs o be effective when the ax He lislcd Ihcse rea ons The gasoline tax is a prin ipal source of state revenue or our two most costly func ions of government high vays and Three ourlhs of Ihls tax is dedicated Claims Panama Riots Planned 10 UT An Ohio congressman say Amercaln intelligence men ii Panama knew all along ther would be riots last Tuesday In the Americanleased canal zone Gordon Clnclnnat said in a statemen Monday night Six weeks ago when I wa our intelligent service and so told o the demonstralion lhal was t place on That was Panamas independ lice clay and rioting mob stormed the embassy am other canal zone Amcri can troops drove them out will bayonets and officials pro tested Ihrough Ihe Panama em oassy at Scherer said intclligenc sources knew this was not uprising by Pana as has been indicatec It was planned many months I Results Painful 10 JP Cowboys were gathered aroun cnmpfire In a Western mov that Ted Scfchlck wa watching on television Mondo The boy went inlo his bee room and slarlcd his own cam fire under the bed with new Tods a firema off doused the The only damage was to th bed and Ted desire v ten He got a spanking he won said Scfchic Cranberry Turmoil Raging 10 heatedly denied to day that cranberries with a can cerproducing conlent are on the But Stores headquarters in New York an nounced withdrawal of the ber ries and Iheir products from sale in all of its na tionwide food One big group of farmers de manded the ouster of Secretary of Welfare Arthur Flemming for putting out just ahead of the traditional cranberries wilh turkey feast of Thanksgiv that part of the West Coast crop has been found contaminat ed by a weed A county agricultural agent in the area of reported contami nation offered to eat all the ber ries he could He said there is no evidence the material In duces cancer In And the National Agricultural Chemicals came in with the comment thai Ihe amount found in berries is so low a hu man would have lo subsist al most entirely on the fruit for years to approximate Ihe con ditions that produced cancer of the thyroid in test But an spokesman said the whether fresh or was being pulled off Ihe shelves to be on the safe He said the firm feels the berries are safe bul in Ihe pub lic interest it believes It best lo pull oul unlil Ihe situation clears He added lhal most of th chains berries come from una fectcd areas in Mass achusetls and New On Ihe other hand Gristed which operates 120 store in Ihe New York melropolila See Page 2 JAYCEE elecled officers of Ihe new Corsi cana Junior Chamber of Commerce reading from left to right are Charlie director Bob vice president Boyce director Oliver state director Frank president David Ireasurer and Richard by Ihe Constitution to high vays and onefourth to educa See Page B San All Fires Along Houston Ship Channel Coast todaybanned al fires along a sixmile strip the Houston ship channel where high octane gasoline from the burned and ripped Amoco Vlr ginia continued to Tho Sunday fire and resulting ixplosions killed seven on th and a city fireman drowned while cooling the ship Twentyfive persons suffered In The Coast Guard was tol Mcnday that Sundays fire wa caused by a huge pool of fin which swept The captain of the tug Pan VI told newsmen he testlflei at a preliminary invostigalior at Port Arthur thai the fire di not start near our tu or the Amoco Hodges said h lold the Coast Guard the fir was being drawn upstream i the wake of another tug pullin a tain of the ordered a welding torche and other sources of ignitio banned Ihree miles above an Ihree miles below the Amoc He also banned fire within 300 yards of either ban of the ship Allhough Ihe gasoline is no solid In Ihe it concei See Page 9 Japan Employs Texas Rig For First Gusher 10 UP I portable island imported froi Texas has hit the first offshor gusher in the Far the O Resources Developmenl Corp ORCD announced A well sunk In the Japan Sea feet off Akita abou 340 miles north of spur ed an estlmaled Hire gallons with cubi meters cubic yards an ORCD spokesman salt This is an extremely ric well for the spokcsma and we are quit The portable Island a 4 000ton triangular Im porled from Ihe LeTour neau of was launched near Akila Sep It sank two other wells nea Michikawa about 10 miles sout of the present the spokes man The Iwo wells yield ed some but not to the ej tent of allowing us to drill of The portable island wa moved to Akita last April He said the portable islan named Hankuryu White Drag will be moved ten mil further to the north to sink an other The Whte Dragon is 01 orated by 45 Japanese techni ians who live on the platfon and plan eventaully to sin scores of wells in Ihe underse The deposils are b lieved to extend some 30 mil See Page 2 4 AIRMEN KILLED IN CRASHES JOE MATTHEWS ipecial Events tf ill Feature Veterans Day Veterans the day sei side for tribute to Americas will be observe special events in Corsicana the fortyfirst an iversary of the end of Worlc Var At a downtown arado will show off severa owitzers belonging lo Ihe Tex i National Guard units based Joe former Tex s commander of the American and a resident of For will address a join meeting of the Corsicana ser ice clubs Wednesday at noo n the Navarre Hotels Cactu This joint session will high ight the days Veterans Day is the day so side to honor the veterans o Americas The Nov 1 date was originally set a irmistlce marking the em f World War I the war to em vars and was observed gen erally over the nation unti Vorld War II and of the Ko can police aclion made neces ary the combining of all ob ervance The military affairs com nitlee of Ihe Corsicana chambe of commerce headed by Ton has planned arrange ments for the banquet an See VETERANS Page AntiPoll Tax Drive Launched 10 A drive seeking a conslitutiona amendment election to aholis Ihe poll lax is under Dicl banker Waller G Hall said Hall said he will spearhea the drive and named as c chairmen Lyndo Johnson and Ralph Yarborough House Speaker Sam Raybur and Democratic National Com mitlee members D Randolph and Byron The Dickinson banker said h s a longtime supporter of hot Johnson and Yarborough an lhal both had agreed lo serve Hall said pelitions are being cl ciliated to force the Landings Forced Over Wide Area Texan Survives GREAT I 0 UP A blinding snowstorm it a mass military flight overj entral Montana knock ig out three twinjets and illing four The crashed planes were silI redtailed Air Force F 89 Members Scattered A number of other military raft rode the snowstorm until windllng fuel tanks forced hem to land as far spread as 50 Two airmen chuted to safety n the wheatrich coun from which hills Jut I 00 They were helped by whose religious col ny was given swift blackout I an elder earing Invasion by the Most of the allweather fightI r capable of onic speeds of up to 700 miles an were on a midnight raining Details Meager It was not Immediately known I low many planes there r whether the mission was to ntercept a mythical air Inva provide adverse weather or another I Rancher Olind Jennl saw tWl crashes inthe form of flashes that Illuminated See Page 5 Steelers Given Layoff Notice In California LOS 10 The Steelworkers Union charged today that Steel has violated the intent of the Supreme Court returntowork order by layoffs at a plant Charles director of District United Steelworkera of said in a statement that nearly 20 per cent of the employes at the companys May wood plant were given layoff notices almost im mediately after the courts Smith said about 400 employes got the layoff with the company giving the reason as dun to order An additional 103 employes got layI offs at the companys nearby j Vernon Smith The company confirmed It had sent out such layoff Had the company notified tha employes at tho time such alleg ed cancellations of orders took they would have been eligible to receive unemployment insurance as they would have been considered as unemployed rather than on Further If thoy were notified at the time of such cancellations they would have had the op portunity to look for permanent employment Smith Political Payoff Angers Hagerty 10 The While House loday describ ed ax demogoguery the charge y labor leader Emil Mazey that President Eisenhowers actions n the slecl slrike were a politi cal payoff to the steel com Press Secretary James Hagerty lold newsmen Such leveled against President of not really worthy of I am sure that the American people realize that the Presidcnl acled only when it was clear that the welfare of Ihe Uniled States dictated posi tive action under the Such action was upheld by the courls of our Hngcrty replied when askod whether his remarks ap plied to other labor leaders who had boon critical of Eisenhowers handling of the steel secretarylreasurer of the United Auto mad his accusations against Eisen hower In a speech Monday to the convention of the AFLCTO Industrial Union He asserted lhat Eisenhower used the TaftHartley law to end the steel strike as a payoff to corporations which backed Els nhower In the 1956 presidential when advised of Hag erlys said I wouldnt expect any other reaction from a stooge of the steel Im not surpris ed to get this kind of answer from a lackey of big David head of the Steelworkers voiced no criticism of the President In an address of his own to the convention When reporters remarked on that in a later Mc Donald commented Ive never I had a fight with a President In rny life and Im a little too old to begin to fight Presidents In his McDonald ex pressed hope a contract agrea See Page 2   

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