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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - November 11, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEA1 LOCAL cloud iness through Thursday a few showers Wednesday afternoon cooler Wednesday night and Thursday with Wednesday night low near Thermometer Headings 8 9 1 10 11 12 II 2 56 I 62 68 70 1 72 73 74 Complete Weather Report on Markei iht Daily Sun and SemJWttfcfr Morning light MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW ed electronics corpor ates quiet CHICAGO scattered liqui export Higher with to 25 cents higher top steers 25 cents to higher top LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS PRICE FIVE CENTS TWELVE PAGES 1959 135 64 b f NO CONTRACT WILL BRING REFERENDUM Opened Plants Now Producing Metals Trickle SINGER AND Mitch Miller and Lyndon Johnson DTex led the sing Ihff in Austin at a Jaycee Leadership Seminar 11 11 of Labor James President Eisenhower today reMitchell today ate his hat a convened his board of inquiry fedora made of cake because which turned Into a rally supporting the Bteej He again unemployment failed to fall be low three million last month as both sides will continue TAKING GASOLINE CARGO FROM BURNED TAMER SIOUX 11 UP Hubert Humphrey today branded the new Eisenhower administration farm program an outrage and said it is phonier than rigged TV It spells economic disaster for wheat will result in COMMUNISM COULD WIN BY DEFAULT Nation Honors All Who Served In Past Wars he had below the waterline for the presidential nomination on the Demoexpressed hope that crate AP Wlrephoto m lhe contro wiu continue a RUI Nov negotiations and reach a settle fut to the leaders of the steel The Coast Guard began today that the danger of addit ona t ment as soon as wWch kept joblessness the risky job of pumping gas seeping into the channel will history of the Eisenhower acted under the hjgh president David of gasoline from nanaeement e cinn 1947 which labor managem provides that inquir By The Associated Press i Tlle nation paid tribute today even greater surpluses and bring veterans of t nd ruin to thousands of wheat pro K he adding heard a warning from a former The administration is asking top commander that freedom today but for tne wheat producer what it could be lost by default to Corn gave to the corn producer warning was starting a Albert Wede tour in his native South meyer In a talk at the Arllng not be over until the mflamma bar1 danger of new fires will contlnture wounds in the tanker 8 assaiied the administratori National Cemetery AmpU ue another three to five sides and tion fol Gasoline leaking from the A noflame ban was ordered L slcal for a sixmile strip of the s top boards shall report to the R Conrad ident 60 days after a strike has Wfls a coupie Of hundred been ended by an 80day off in my her ln wnich RGVen crewmen A Lyndon JohnsonFor President Club was organized tor Navnrro county Tuesday at 5 in the Navarro Drew Gillen of Blooming long time Johnson supporter and campaign man was named Derward was elected secretarytreasur Gillen formerly was a coun ty commissioner and George is a former district clerk of Navarro Precinct leaders and ad ditional officers will probably be selected at a later due entirely to the steel died has poscd a threat to shlP channel Tuesday as L V K 1 V I L T V i I f M H By DAVE CHEAVENS 11 For nmtion of JohnsonForPresi dentclubs isspreading like t pratrle fire an associated Press survey shows our October ton plants since the 19hour fire was extinguished late Sunday Referendum Due to any weakness in The 60 days started with the Mitchell upholding of the injunction last Unemployment in Saturday by the Supreme was though employ If the dispute has not ment waa a record been settled by the end of the 60 the board will report Mitchell in April predicted I to nave pumped the gasoline to the President the final offer that by ast month employment of the steel companies to the wouid Vise to 67 million and job lessncss would drop below 3 Once the inquiry board the law provides that the AFLCIO President National Labor Relations Board George Meany accused him of I I mf J I shin channel industrial tides pushed the escaping gasotion that it advocated a food 1 f t an 1 vt oi 11 T The Coast Guard continued to Congress and the what ho suggested was theater after a wreath was laid of his Food for Peace the tomb Qf thfl unknowns ag climax of the national obser The claim of the of Veterans Day Ceremonies Held Throughout the nation and at for program is an insult tingulshed late Otis Coast Guard to line up witnesses for ft formal ress ana me posts around the world he The only food ceremonies were executive sM he The big news in Texas state politics is that little is happen Its all The big news in Navarro Coun ty politics is that nothing is And theres not even any With the 1 deadline for than three everything is as quiet as a Republican at the National shall within 15 days conduct a previous election Its referendum in which union already 1 and past and members will vote on whether ambitious prospects have usually to accept managements final laid out their strategy and made their first moves by Right now it looks as if the White House Press Secretary Hagerty said that when the i The spark that touched it off Democratic came less than a month This has more significance from House Speaker since the first primary and sec Sam Rayburn ond primary elections have been The most remarkable feature moved up for revealed in the statewide sur As one veteran political ob vey is not so much the pomtg under the ber of clubs now more than 50 and growing every day but the variety of backing and the hefty local and state politi cal muscle The senior senator from Tex 10 See Page r Daniel Backs Senior Senator 11 JP Lyndon Raps Gambling With Security 11 Senate majority leader Lyndon Johrtson today charged Amer icas leadership with gambling with history and attempting to Price Daniel says he plans a balance the national budget by more active role in Texas and unbalancing national other states to get support for T hg said t nQt Lyndon Johnson as the Qf presidential nomination of the A number of important coun ty offices come up for reelec tion in 1960 and there has been no Indication that the incum bents wont seek Major office holders to come up for reelection are District Judge James Sheriff Rufus Tax Assessor Collector Ethel Coun ty Attorney Jimmy See Page 10 Cuba Reported Trying To Buy Czech Planes Rhee Proposes Making Korea Missile Base 11 President Syngman Rhee today offered to make South Korea a major missile base the only one in He said the Soviet submarine throat is that he under stood the Russians are now fir ins TCIRMs into the Pacific nnd ft barrels of gasoline See FARM Page fuel oil and wrecked the six million dollar A threeman board headed by Rear Admiral Carl Olsen of New Orleans ts to begin the hearing Thursday Sit ting with him will be Rob ert officer in charge of the Marine investigation of 10 11 Minister Fidel Costco has if the signed a Cuban Air Force capCommunists obtain military tain to survey prospects of ing Soviet Mig jet fighters Rhee the statements In See Page 10 Houston Foes Demand Details Trinity Plans Navarro Hills Contracts Due In December Bids for a portion of the Na glory and of death and services in memory of the dead of past wars in most We could lose our freedoms by default simply because we take them for Wede meyer told crowds gathered at the tombs of the unknowns where Lyman Army Chief of laid the wreath of Beds Infiltrate reported The informants said Victor Penza Cardozo was on his to questions by the 11 ponents of two da on the lower Trinit pUnnd Every Informed American varro Mills dam and partial knows that Communism has In excavation of spillway will be Unrated in varying degrees Into opened December a telegram our labor to the Daily Sun Wednesday and of tnrnoon from Congressman Tongue It is expect COuld never have hap od this contract will aggegate pcned were it not for and will require one cepta of Americanism the year for apathy of many of our Teague telegraphed that he citizens Oplhad been advised by the gtill to rccelve the trl sent to 60 vet program list of candidates for inquiry board reconvenes it will county offices wont be available work with Joseph unit shortly before i chairman of the FeflwaJ Con dilation under the See Page 7 General Motors Will Suspend All Operations HP tins no nower 10 nrpl3nrnpH RpH Phi1 Ing that he presumed itea Southern Canal of Housgram naa share is All of and Tom represent When the reservoir t ft The WHS emphatic around one of will cost an estimated million and John an indefinite period have placed an embargo on arms Qn accepting modern danV asked how much the do ars and will provide con PrrUMTlPt flnrf Of thP VinrniiPa rtf o 4Urt linffH LI1U t u u i o Ciitvt See Page 9 Sadler First On Filing Fee The the and submitted Communisms territorial amUoctay on whats going to bel Bid invitatlona will be issued mvesuR include every Bquare foot donR wRh ne walcr November 17 and they will be ofthis he add attorney for opened on December the tele lility of buying Miffs he has no power to con County Commissioners Jack MeGeneral worlds largest elude any Precinct 1 will suspend all car Britain and the United States He said National Conven speaking at the dedication of a new National said that the Democratic The governor Tuesday dorsed the senate majority road to Peace ia the road er as chairman of the Texas of strength and that the price delegation to the national conof peace is He said the campaign Johnson named no officials organized by Johnsons friends as his target in but Is not limited to Texas or to a the implication was broad favorite son enough to include the Eisenhow It will become allout er administration as a drive for the In The way to fiscal responsi yiew of this I think thekjlity is not along the backroads added prestige of chairman ofLf in the realm the Texas delegation would be l he MOur helpful to Johnsons balance Ug budgct by unbalancing its A dacy and should contribute to unity of our efforts here in Daniel See Page 9 first statewide candidate to file Uteelworkers are now back at today because of a lack oflsales to the Caribhean until tension eases in the The last GM car to be assem The Cuban sources said Car bled will be a shiny little Cordozos assignment is to propareianfl tnoae weapons will help of the corporafor the purchase of Migs in caseLnd Communist then tions It will roll from Britain turns down Castros want them and will use then the assembly line at nearby Wilquest of 15 British jet low Run about 10 Cuba wants to trade in 15 General Motors has exhaustoutdated Seafuries bought by ed its steel Although oxpresident Fuigenclo Batista for 15 Hawker Hunter The British have been inclin dams and distribution systemsjservatlon storage and an ampin If new ancl more powerful win cost where they will be Corslcana watcr missilna can be based in and now much watcr the See Pnge 10 for a place on the GM says no firm in primary ballot is a tobacco chewdication when it will receive ed to meet CuDa s request but I I I m m I f ing East Jerry Sadsteel to make all o fthe thous ler who is a candidate for state of different parts needed land of laid down in cash Tuesday He filed to assemble The shutdown probably will last at least four weeks at the with Chairman Connally assembly of the State Democratic Execu tive an attorney and A preliminary check indicates this will be the first time GM ever has completely suspended a decision has been delayed mainly because the United States has The British foreign office said See Page 9 Arm Bands Say New Officers Installed By District FFA John Dies Suddenly NEW Frank presi dent of the Board of TransAm will The questions came In the State Board of Water Engineers hearing on plans filed by the Trinity River Authority and Houston for dams at Wallls ville and Caldwcll asked mowttzer an engineer for Brown and dent of the Board of Trans Am Texag for the exact route erica died today in a New moved north on Beaton Street and construction cost estimates York at 1030 with only the of canals which would be built Cause of dcath was not Immeroar of jta motora to provide to supply Trinity River water diately determined but an offithe martial It turned west in the cial at the Park Lane Hotel said on Seventh Avenue to end the Norman said those figures jie died about 8 See VETERANS Page 9 Guard Parades Its Equipment Downtown Area A brief parade of military equipment in downtown Corsi cana Wednesday morning re minded citizens that the day Is officially designated Veterans The military made up First Artil Texas National former member of the Texas auto assembly in peacetime be Railroad has scrvcause of a shortage of Its ed six years in the only other interruptions have Amarillo Attorney Jesse Owcome because of war and strikes a candidate for chief jusby unions with which it deals tice of the Court of Civil The most recent of peals from the Seventh Supreme these was in dur Judicial Is the only othing negotiations with the Unit u fee s Mildred and James untn a heart Corsicana High were1 installed as president and vice president respectively of the Cor sicana Future Farmers of Am See Page 9 ov er candidate to file so Ike Spain cd Auto General Motors has laid off about hourly workers out of a total hourly employment of some Those still on the payroll are engaged in preliml on 1961 models or nary work See Page 9 11 UP Ann bands and a dffscribinff thenisclvns as Slaves illustrate the resent ment of some Nleelworkcrs In his area to a government In junction halting their The armbands and sign ap peared Tuesday aR workers re turned to two Wheeling steel A company spokesman said the workers were free to work or quit as they erica district in a meeting of FFA and vocational agriculture Still In Red 11 Tex as Is still deep in the The teachers of the district at Corsideficit in the General Reve cana high school nue Fund increased more than New officers for the three million dollars in two which takes in 19 schools in N aweeks and now totals varro and Ellis and parts of Stnte Treasurer Freestone and Limestone counlsaid will serve for one An estimated 75 in cluding 17 were pres ent for the Students completed plans for the annual leadership contest 9 Jesse James Included In the parade were Belgrano was with jeepmounted recoilless rifle t the Bclgrano had beenU0r use in antitank work two a guest at the hotel since howitzers and a 155 millimeter howitzer a giant of San 5ton wrecker and maintainance was a past national commander Heading the parade in of the American Transthe load jeep waa Joe America is a holding company commander of Headquar controlllng several large insur ance firms and real estate de The 105 s in the parade came See Page 10 See Page 11 for stops in any other counl President Eisenhower today President Eisenhower will added Spain and Tunisia to his Commenting on a report from A previously announced ninemv Bangkok that Eisenhower has y inursday tion good will tour starting an invitation to visit for an indefinite Thailand on some indefinite wants to get in some golf The White House said Hagerty said he knows of and rest before his 11 nation president will meet with Presino plans to visit Thailand algoodwill tour of three contin dent Habib Bourguiba of Tuthough invitations to visit that ents beginning nisia aboard the Cruiserlcountry and others have But preparations for the Jan Des Moines off Tunis been on At that time he will be en Hagerty said route from to state Christian Details of this j0jn President conference will be jor James presiden Some Others Remain In Local Stores 11 JP Tne govern fanned out 100 uary session of Congress alao Usnectators and 60 chemisU to Secretary of will go ahead and Eisenhower to tegt cranberries for pos Herter will will have frequent contamination by a dan Eisenhower at in Augusta with government ofLcrous train ride tolfjcials working on the matters Only limited quantities of ber to be submitted to riea from Washington and Ore conrptnirr I Aaked about French In announcing EisenhowersLon have been found to be con nounced accept dent CharleS DeGaulle3 news White House Press but checks will be ance of an invitation to visit Conference statement that a retary James Hagerty said run also on those from other Generalissimo Francisco Franco conference of western today he did not know how producing leaders may be necessary the President would re At the same time cranberry in After the western conference in Paris Eise will fly to Madrid the afternoon of He will remain Vhere overnight and leave the next morning for Moroc en route back to Washing It previously had been an nounced that Eisenhower would summit lore an East West main in but that he producers howled for the scalp nhower anything like that wouM be back in0f Arthur secre v wait on the wait on the Washj before Tnank jv tary of education and 9 of western chiefs mjn fa who set off the gigantic Eisenhower will have dinner with informants Eisenhower hopes to take off cranberry scare at a news con by plane at Monday n nco F ranco ing to by a few staff members in New York and hia M winP Flemmmgs action could wipe go direct from Paris to Moroc co Hagerty said at the present time no negotiations are going jhower to visit Spain was exHoward trnded by Spanish Foreign who has a Minister Fernando Maria Casluncheon engagement at the See Page 9 See Page 9 out the 50milliondollar indus He wired Flemming asking that you take immediate steps to rectify the incalculable dam ages caused by your illinformed and illadvised press Ocean Spray is a cooperative that markets 75 per cent of the nations cranberries under the Ocean Spray Its presi George said at Boston he is thinking about asking congress to reimburse the industry for a hundred mil lion And Carleton executive secretary of the Mas sachusetts Farm sent a telegram to President Eisen hower asking him to fire Flem In the a number of grocery chains took all cran berry products off their shelves until the situation becomes Clear The Washington state direc tor of agriculture asked the states grocers to do See Page 10 A spot survey of th The Chamber of Commerce It was brought out that it lit will aim its banquet program Agriculture Committee adopted appears to be the general to Is that the agriculture Indus a project recommended to it scnsus that business for retail L rV although is still one Wednesday by the FarmCity firms is down o f the economic forces Week subunit which feels that shutdown of SteelM u business in Corsicana will have Plant and the loss of jobs this general suffers a more sympathetic attitude and industry furnished because business relies on trade offer more encouragement to What from and by agriculture and re the farmer if they are made David emphasized Is y such ma3orlaware Of the economic distress that Navarro county has los farm livestock Corsicana grocery stores Wedwhich the agriculture industry a Bethlehem in the agricultural i veterinary fhnfhas been increasingly experindustry every year for the last nesday mornfng showed that IHtla action is being taken regard to removing fresh and be observed nationally the every yea ten years and nobody knows Weeklabout it and seemingly Is un canned cranberries from shelves of the tnelweek of the committeel David said many of his city did not feel it could plan its friends when inform I f I f J f J n i n 1 It was brought out that farm people here have been looking years for a cash crop to re but thus far they not found and while the ulture scene is turning to Federal authorities had warnprogram and make the necesed of the farmers ed earlier this week that part sary preparation in time to hold plight due to downward agricuJ the livestock Industry of the cranberries from Oregon itg banquet that so it ture appear u ont and Washington had been conwm aim toward a target date they brought Of the countv as neither laminated by a weedkiller that of late January or they dont have any bus production can produce cancer in the thy roid of test Of the ten major it was agreed iness being farmers any that the program to be present Committee members repeated at a banquet to which ly echoed the belief that Jim high school vo cational agriculture said he believed that he and Burleson formative dat forma o the while the possibly from Texas as they ylel ing three stores are waiting to and who can present through those in the agriculture Indus hear further mainly talka graphs and a instead of encouraging those from of how business in need words of pinpoint the local count and Income being d from various crops whlo and Wilsons Food draws its economic support See Page 10 industry and its The point the committee hopes to get over to the businessmen while the related See Page   

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