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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - November 12, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                i 4 THE WEATHER LOCAL Partly cloudy cloudy and mild Thursday afternoon turning much colder Friday a showers Thursday night and Thermometer Readings 8j 9 1 10 11 j 12 II 2 to and few 59 61 63 65 66 69 72 Complflte Weathei Report oo Market tht Daily Sun and Semi WetWy Morning LiftM MARKETS AT A GtANCE NEW ed electronics gov ernments mill buy CHICAGO new crop months higher distant deliveries lower profit Hogs 25 to 50 cents lower top steers steady to 50 cents lower top 136 LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENT m m ft ft ft ft ft if r SENATOR IS DENIED LOOK AT DOCUMENT Worn Excuse Is Reply Given On Viet Nam Report rmm 12 President Eisenhower todav tf turned down a request by Mike Mansfield for Soil Conservation Leaders Conferring Supervisors and other1 leaders a confidential document on thelof seven soil conservation dis foreign aid gathered In Corsicana gram in Viet The PresiThursday for discussions and rient said furnishing the report comparisons of mutual Pleased over charges by Loretta Powell of the United States and Huguette Demers of Canada that the contest was rig ged Miss Rottschafter said Im a model and I need Now Ill be able to charge higher CAP Wirephoto to the senator would not be compatible with the national In rejecting Mansfields re Eisenhower cited the paration he three govern The NavarroHill SC Newton Senior Chamber Welcomes Jaycees President Eisenhower added that throughout the nations history presidents have with held information when theylA novelist feuding with citizens Author Angered When Ridicule Irks Corsicana 12 JP chairman of the board of super was the At least 25 persons were on hand for the morning and after noon sessions held in the civic room of First National and for the lunch at official says the terminal where the Tanker Amoco Virginia burned Sunday had been warned to slop gasoline and oil from leaking into the Houston Ship Walter Quebedeaux Harris County director of air and water pollution said Wednesday at least six warnings had been given since earJy 1956 to the Hess Terminal the ship was load An investigator told a Hess lawyer as recently as May 8 found that the disclosure of what was sought would be in of says compatible with the has seen the cit and hls book about It Is not In a letter to Mansfield made The mayor of Corsicana has public by the White Eirefused to aid in promoting the senhower added recently published He Although I have forbidden claims there are historical in See AID Page 8 Navaro a tremendous fire haz Carl Spencer executive duec1 tcrmnal be or Conseiva washing into the Uon the initial Us L cnccinn channel while a ship was dock cussion at the morning elaborating on Why have a Quebedeaux soil conservation vice presi FoUowing was a discussion on dent of the replied 1 What is a good have no comment to make on led by Quebedeaux The only thing I can suggest to Frank Is that he ought to KaufmanVan Zandt conmake his Investigation and turn ducted a discussion on How to in the facta tnstead of talking organize and use resources of the soil conservation A Coast Guard inquiry into t 1 W miv4 4 m H At the afternoon session John cause Qf thg exploslons and No enAqui la u Directors the Chamber of Commerce officially voiced its commendation Thursday of the recent formation of a Junior Chamber of and ex pressed official congratulations Costa Rica Is Trying To Swap Arms For Plows NEW Costa Rica is negotiating a deal to sell her surplus arms to a firm in return for farm The New York Times said The Military Mission in San Jose reportedly was the in termediary between the Central American Republic and the In ternational Costa Rican President Mario Echandi Jimenez told the Times in San Jose that his govern ment Is disposing of several thousand weapons stored away after the 1948 revolution and keeping only enough for inter nal In our small way we are waking history as a Latin American country sending arms to the United he Once the president whatever happens to them after that will be the United States A spokesman for the Military Mission said Costa Rica expects to get 30 to 40 trac tors for the which in cludes submachine guns and machine He said that such equipment is generally resold to sporting goods companies for reworking into hunting rifles and some might be President Finds Augusta Golf Conditions Right to Joe Butler on his elected president of the Trinity River Upon an invitation from the Jaycee President Frank attended in behalf of his organization and it was to him the senior Chamber di rected its plaudits and welcome as a new body working for the citys civic Hole Explained Warfield said it was an skies that were or to represent the Junior during his visit to Augusta last Chamber and to be invited to the senior boards He The sun was shining brightly informed directors that Jaycees and the temperature was about accuracies in It is a fictional account of i perhaps what might have been historical in said the Henry Barsha of Purpose of he is to show what happens to persons who let hatred de stroy Barsha said he chape Corsicana because the moting activities of soil conser Aubrey See Page 8 Bobbins Dies At Athens Moscow Objects To West Berlin Radio MOSCOW Russians lies today plans to lion in West Berlin may Jovlhcomlng der negotiations on the WORST BLOW OF WINTER IN PROGRESS Warnings Issued Other Sections Midwest Area 12 Mountains of drifting suov buried Montana from border ti ough ti negotiations Wton at the moment as a result of nansportatlon was near v The Soviet in althe discussions between charged selling mier Khrushchev and Preaiholldiv caned it pro up the radio would be unlawklent more favor ful nnd was designed to stepable conditions have arisen fo propaga The quoted by Mos cow was sent to United Britain the and Snow Continues up subversive activity and agreement on 1S of snow tile M hour The note called on the Jhls itv of and more was falling at mid Airline service was halte throughout the Buses an trains continued to bu some were as much as thre hours behind Cut Banks 2 below zero wa the coldest temperature In th nation during the Considera ble Damage Howling gusts shattered plat glass wi ndows in Mlsaoul cut which share control of West The Russian move was spark ed by proposed legislation by West Germany on radio and television The plans in clude transmitting Deutschland in West See Page 8 Engineer Says Houston Will Forget Sewage Deep Probing Brings Ouster Times ATHENSv Nov orter of oil there in 1894 hlgnLRavmond I M f L President Eisenhower arrived lighted feelings of this heru at he is no more for some of the sunshine and historical than is Gone missingThe The dentistauthor said he never has that he did research on it for five years and talked to will seek to promote the smaller 70 degrees an the President Persons who projects of community and civic rived from Washington in his looking at all times plane Columbine The flight igh to support from the senlorltook one 59 while always striving The seeking a rest See Page 7 before his December good will tour of 11 countries on three was accompanied by a small White House staff and George business and personal Separate Negro School Sought J2 leaders here say integration Is hurting their chil drens social life and works a hardship on So the adults asked for a school in the negro district The Walter pas tor of a negro church in this West Texas farming center of said a group of citizens in the negro district asked if he would find out whether it would be feasible to build an elemen tary school in the negro Griffin said the integration in 1956 was nicely carried There has been no Its just that the people I speak for feel it would be better for the negro community if we had a school in the Complaints came when Corsicanans saw the See Page 12 Top Panels Of USW Meeting NEW 12 This is Eisenhowers 24th vis it to the Augusta National GolflThe United Sleelworkers Un Club since his 1952 ions executive board and wage The length of his stay this time policy committee meet here to Girl Feeding Pets Discovers Slayings 12 UP A little girl thought i f her neighbors pets looked hun She and her father investi gated and found a family of four The coroner calls it a triple murder and Dead in theid wearing night clothes were Bette Lavine 38 and her Randy and Each had been on the head with a twopound sledge ham At the foot of Gard ners bed was her Charles Richard dressed in khakis and with a bullet wound in his right On the floor nearby was a caliber service In a waste basket between the Gard ners twin beds was a bloody sledge Id call it a triple murder and Coroner Christ opher said Wednesday after the bodies were But Its a No No Papers in Gardners home dis closed he had recently applied for a job as an art teacher in New A prospectus he wrote des cribing himself gave no indica tion of But a let ter from Gardners found in the expressed sympathy for severe headaches he had been His only Gardner were the payments on his 000 frame home near the Mon terey Peninsula Country Club in Pebble Beachs beautiful Del Monte son of a former Orange County de scribed himself in the prospectus as an honor graduate of Whittier a World War II bomber a founder of the Junior Toastmasters of America and a onetime writer for Vice Presi dent Richard See Page 12 s for a report on the steel Lawton Police Baffled Over Womens Death Eisenhower will follow ater by She delayed her Union President David departure to keep a luncheon McDonald scheduled a meeting engagement at the Capitol Hill Of the 40man executive board at the Roosevelt to be fol While in lowed by a session of the 171 work in preparation for the Janman wage policy See Page 12 j It is their first meeting since the 116day steel strike was halt ed last Saturday by an 80day TaftHartley Law The union seeks a wage In crease and fringe The industry has rejected a wags increase as inflationary unless the companies are given th right to change work rules to 12 UP I effect The union has Lawton police and military refused to accept the work rule investigators say theyve hit dead end in the slaying of an attractive young army wife whose throat was The nude body of 25yearoM Fern Romero was found Wednesday by neighbors on the floor of her Her hus Louis Romero of nearby was attending an advanced artillery class at He was flown to Sill this He is from Port Romero was killed early Tuesday morning according to prominent in Khvanis and Pres byterian organizations in died here Wednesday night of a heart Robbins was a past governor of the TexasOklahoma district of Khvanis International and was a former trustee of 7iwanis Long active in the Presbyterian he was a past president of The Texas Synod Council of Presbyterian men and headed the board of trustees for Camp A wholesale grocer until his retirement several years he also had ranching and other interests in this Survivors Include his two and two broth Funeral services were to be held here at Atlantic Cable Again Damaged 12 A repair ship heads today for a spot 200 miles off Newfoundland where a transatlantic cable was damaged knocking out 36 telephone circuits from France and Five cable breaks occurred in the same area last prompting an1 onboard investi gation of a Soviet trawler found in the It was although never that the trawlers deepriding plows might have cut the cable e that took eight lives open died aboard tho A ire man later fell Into a tank on the vessel and drowned In gasoline and chemical Records in Quebcdeauxs of fice show the Hess Terminal was investigated May May May and 16 and May Hess guilty on to pollution charge See Page 8 Taylor Gives Artillery Unit Best Rating Headquarters and Headquarj jV added UmV no accusationltiori is the solution to J J J m I i The Russian protest said j 12 UP Hous Thosfi actions of the ctUzens wm drink river water eventually without street lights in tho objecting to the fact that section stream cities dump their sewage accustomed to ruff into the an engineer frv prredicted todav early morning We think the j i j i r m i n j wnnnnsr isoiatefl tion to the use Trinity ft water at this tlfrie is psycholo Norman said In 12 a hearing On plans for two Polands government today dams on the Lower lifted the accreditation of Newl Everytlme you mention sew York Times Correspondent Rosenthnl and ordered him to leave the country as soon as Rosen assigned to land since said was told he hnd probed too deeply into the Internal situaof whispered conferences among tion in this jlawyera when he observed dilu People Norman saifl New has of the finest water in the and it has drainage from he 50ns 40odd metropolitan Norman touched off a series tors First HowiUerlof reports had been Durwood chairman of the State Board of Water said he wanted to 133rd Artillery of the Foreign ministry when Texas National Guard was RivLaked if nny Of Roacnthara ar on a best headquarters battery UcleR replied in 36th Infantr division artil quoaticm of falseness is not the YOU have Icr rating in a command in speclion Wednesday too iato aff Taylor concerning the 3Gth Division Artillery com ly flm lho lRadership issued that Roscnthal WHH summoned grading to the 70 men 17 lo lhe today officers of lhe local guard Taylor visited several classes which were being con ducted at the armory Those he listened in on were fire direction cen forward and and the survey class He was highly pleased with each and told of the In New n spokesman for the Times said the news See Pnge 8 Admit Negroes UP The Floyd County School acting and which arc fuMy school integration See Page 12 in southwest Rockefeller Contends Goals Surpass Frustrating Russia LOS 12 Lawton detective Cleo York Nelson Rocke feller said today that the United Her two 6 months thas a higher goal than and 27 frustrating the ambitions of were found in the house They were taken to That he is to make I 1 1 J X A ft ft Ft sure thatthe emerging interna PoIIce were Stout tional order will indeed on two theories robbery will the aspirations of all and or mankind for a life of Stout said there was no evldignity and dence of a struggle in the house Fog an and no disarrayed clothing was informal welcoming tor Rocke the body bore widely regarded as a prob bruises on the chin and lower able candidate for the Republi Her purse was can presidential nomination but Detective Bill Ward said still not ready to confirm or weve hit a dead everyjdeny He flew In for a fast fourday speaking tour 14 possible Police quoted neighbors sayof the ing they heard a disturbance at A hundred members of the or near the Romero house early Californians for Rockefeller Tuesday morning but passed It GalRocks a 20 off as someone One piece brass newsmen and neighbor reportedly said she photoghaphers awaited him at heard someone cry Oh oh I Los Angeles International Air no and someone else saidjport at shut The had caused closing and opening of the air port most of the His chartered plane could not land there landed at Lockheed Air Bur 30 miles at The Republican presidential hopeful and his party promptly piled into a bus bound for the Los Angeles The hired for by Horace Brown of Beverly husband of former actress Mar ion played California Here I Come while Brown is a strong Rockefeller Young women carried placards reading who else but solid for and clockshaped placards saying Rock around the Rockefellers schedule includ ed a more formal meeting later in the day with state and western Republican See Page 12 Son Oi Irish Envoy Involved In Auto Death 12 A pedestrian was killed Wed nesday night by a car driven by the son of the Irish ambassa police But 21yearold David Patrick Hearne claimed diplomatic Immunity and no charge was placed against He is the son of Ambassador John The district Magruder Mac said he had arranged with the ambassador for young Hearne to appear at an inquest Friday morning in spite of his diplomatic Killed was Josale of Police quoted Hearne as saying a pedestrian had just crossed the street in front of his and while try ing to make sure he had miss ed him his car struck a second The victim was thrown 41 feet and was dead on arrival at a Last month young Henrne and two companions were taken to a precinct station after a fracas with police in a restaurant In the Chevy Chase area of the District of The am bassadors son claimed diplo matic immunity and no charge was filed against The oth er two were charged with dis orderly Another son of Ambassador Hearne was killed In Septem ber 1957 in a shooting held to See Page 12 mimmmm See Page 8 Beach Check Slated Friday 12 Will Wilson said today he will Inspect the East and West Beach at Galveston Friday to see if the public is being II legally restricted In Us access to state owned The Inspection will be mads both from tho air as well as the Several legislators Galveston officials are In to accompany Wilson on P legality of the use of beach by the public was brought up when property own era began constructing barriers which prohibited vehicular traf flc along tho bench except at low The Legislature pnsy eti a bill designed to keep the beaches open to tho public 200 feot above the water The bill became law LABOR ABV EATS HIS the num ber of joblesH failed to drop be low three million last month as he Labor Secretary James Mitchell publicly ate his hat on the steps of the Labor Department building in The hat was a fedora shaped He blam ed the steel strike for crossing up his jobless guess made last AP Wirephoto launchei o to kee and suppltei communitta were believed to be well cd wtth foodand fuel and then were no immediate reports o unusual Heavy snow warnings See Page 7 Much Colder Weather Due Texas Friday By The Associated Press A norther packing suzzen temperatures and some snov blasted toward Texas The front was expected to hi the Texas Panhandle Thursda dropping temperatures a low as 15 degrees by Frlda Low clouds and fog eastern Texas from the For WorthWacoVictorii line east ward Drizzle fell ove the Fort WorthDallas Tho weather hampered air Because of the heavy Love Field at Dallas was clos ed to air traffic from 1 t 7 A fivemonthold girl drown ed today her fathers a tomoblle plunged Into the fog covered Houston Ship channel at the Lynchburg She was Nancy Lynn a daughter of and Wes ley Ray South Thebody was recovered several hours later when the automo bile was pulled from the ferr his and a broth See Page 8 Lobbying Expense Ruling Protested 12 Witnesses from trade and labor organizations today challenged a proposed Internal Revenue Service regulation on lobbying expenses as being what some called censorship by The rule would broaden the governments present stand against permitting the deduc tion of lobbying costs as a busi ness It would rule out advertinlnR intended to pro mote or defeat legislation even though the legislation may directly affect the taxpayers Leading off a list of 46 wit nesses scheduled to be heard today and James president and general manager of the Advertising Federation of culled on the revenue service to post pone adoption of any new rule until Congress can act on the Six bills already are What we are talking about let the basic right of any citlze to express hia views through without be ing Proud told threeman IRS hearing Almost every advertlsemen could be considered as political ly If it to deul with any subject undo the sun on which any membe of government or a politicia outside of government has ut tered a single word In effect the IRS Is unto Itself the role of censo in seeking to delineate dig Unctions between o the one and fl nanciat and social on the oth or The along wit nine other labor raised its voice against th Its Roberi said that leglslatlvi and political activity is a no mal form of union See Page 12   

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