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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - November 13, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                f Nan THE WEA1 LOCAL FORECAST COLD WAVE WARNING cold wave with temperatures dropping to middle 20s by Saturday morn ing cloudy with occasional rain changing to freezing rain Thermometer Readings 81 9 10 I 11 1 12 1 1 2 68 1 69 i 70 62 56 52 Complex Weather Report cm Market Daily SunandSemlWMkly Morning Uflht r IKKETS AT A GLANCE NEW Nov ed some electronics gov ernments trade de CHICAGO Wheat higher mill Corn higher short light Hogs Steady to 25 cents lower top Cattle steers too scarce for price LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS PRICE FIVE CENTS TWELVE PAGES 1959 NO 64 Sir CAN CATCH I UNLESS PACE PUSHED Second Place Given Soviet Industry Might Its in 13 Allen director of the Central Intelligence testified today that the lead held by the United States over the Russian economy will be dan gerously narrowed by 1970 un less America steps up dustrial in his first public ap pearance before a congressional threw the weight of his supersecret agency behind the many recent estimates of economists that in the last de cade the rate of Soviet economic growth has been about double that of the Equal Militarily He said there is no dispute that Russia now is the worlds second industrial power and that the Soviet military in terms of is roughly com official gov With INJURED WHEN TRAIN PLOWS INTO SCHOOL BVS tossed it 50 en young SAN 13 A train crashed into a stalled school bus Thursday feet and injured sev students for the priesthood who were en route to play The bus contained 32 but most of them scrambled out when they viewed the ter rifying sight of a train bearing down on their stalled All the injured are 15 years They attend Anthony The NOTHING WRONG WITH THESE president of the National Cranberry largest eminent analyses of progress ml cranberry packers in the eats a mouthful of raw cran berries in originated in Olsson said there was nothing what soever the matter with berries grown in Massachusetts which pro has will the Soviet Dulles told a SenateHouse Economic subcommittee he wanted to debunk what he called jxcaggerated clatms of Soviet Premier Nikita Khru Some Exaggeration For he noted that Khrushchev had promised the Russian people they would have higheststandard Hxi inp by This is gross Dulles It is as though the shrimp had learned to to use one of his Khru shchevs colorful The Soviet premier also that by 1970 Russia See Page 3 Ike Outshines Mamies With Golf Garb 13 In raiment that almost matched the President Eisen hower turned out today to wel come the First Lady to the Eisenhower came down from Washington by She peered up at gray skies and told a welcoming delegation at the berries in as he protested a cranberry scare that duces half of the nations Cranberry ruckus started announcement from Washington that part of the crop in Was ington state and Oregon had been contaminated by a Larry a offers Olsson a bag of AP Wire One October Road Fatality 13 Are Injured One person was killed and 13 injured on county rur J Controversial Trinity Hearing Delayed 10 Days 13 Moroccan ministry of health asserted today that cases of partial paralysis of arms and legs have been causlf0Jce were ed by a fraudulent dilution cooking oil with a mineral oil used to rinse aviation 13 UP won new evidence today of support and moral back ing in its border row with Red Secretary of State Christian Hertcr had told a news con ference Thursday that the Unit ed States was taking no sides but later issued a statement say ing the Red in using wholly in the The ministry of health said 13 Back Junior Seminary and were to Dlay crosstown rival Gerard Thursday Critically injured is Richard with a skull Mike San suffered possible skull fracture and also is in critical Mike Midland was in a semicoma with a head injury and multiple frac tures of his right Suffering lesser injuries were Mike San Antonio teeth knocked out Henry Lolwith lawyers for both sides charged San broken colwrangling over just what is perminerni Oii with olive or peanu larbone and John unent in the controversial LU and then seliing it for cook severe face and ear Testimony will resume Ing cuts and possible leg 23 Confnct3 ln the schedules of Lupe was lawyera board treated and caused the The accident happened just Houston and Trinity era and opponents of plans to build dams across the Trinity River at Livingston and Wal iiaville in Southeast Texas have 10 days to figure out their next The second week of hearings That was sent to the Embassy in New Delhi and giv en the Indian Embassy that the number of those afNew evidence of support lected was probably more than for India came today in the since many possible viesigning of an agreement for sale Urns live in isolated rural of worth of farm The situation has been officially products to India under the sur proclaimed a national plus disposal The mineral oil was purchased The United States govern from surplus stores of the ment has had a deep and abid Air Force Base at interest in the independence NEAR ZERO PANHANDLE READING DUE Low Expected In Middle 20s Corsicana Area Mercury in Corsicana ther mometers began a skid around Friday morningwith the switch of the winds to the Some light rain fell aa the edge of the cold front moved The reading on the Daily Sun thermometer at 10 Friday was 70 degrees and had dropped to 66 by noon and was still Saturday mornings low expected to be in the middle or lower By The Associated Press A norther packing the before the State Board of Water Lcav Twentyseven territoriaMntegrity of the coldcst wcathber hurtied Engineers wound up Thursday merchants have been arrested dlan ra Stte rith mixing the Department official told the In olive or peanut Embassy Secretary of into the heart of Texas Fri Under an emergency law pro memberaimulgated iast weeki tne 27 mer chants are liable to the death penalty for willfully River photo station Ready For Golf If the sun doesnt Ike Is going to be Dont her husband assured It will burn The weather was in the high fifties in spite of the over And Eisenhower was ready for an afternoon of in ap parel that grew progressively more colorful from bottom to top Black grey grey and tan plaid gold figured necktie with the green and red insignia of the Augusta national golf brilliant See Page 2 By GEOFFBEV GOULD 13 Two Republican congressmen from cranberrygrowing states blame a stupid and bureaucracy at its worst for the present cranberry Secretary of Welfare Arthur Flerc rings announcement Monday hat the government was confiscating two shipments of contaminated West coast ber ries has virtually halted sale of cranberries at the peak of the Thanksgiving market sea Joseph Martin R said at yesterday The cranberry mess is a good illustration of what happens when a stupid bureau crat wanders into a field about which his knowledge is limit And Thomas Felly said at Seattle he would demand a thorough in vestigation of the cranberry mess when Congress convenes The monthly report released Friday by com mander of the Corsicana area of the State Highway al so vthat sev en VccidTnts in which persons were 11 property dam age for a total of 19 ac counting the one fata Property damage was set at In the monthly rural summa ry for District reports for neighboring counties re vealed that accidents five kill 14 injured in five fatality and six personal injury acci dents 16 property damage property damage Freestone ten accidents none ten injured in four accidents six accidents t I J I U I I 1 J we stalled the light began to TrA pmpo5e to mimn more than sold aa machine flash and the train came on a billion gallons of water per with the lights flashing and V See Page 7 bells TheSan River Au See Page 10 Jaycees Group Delays Closing Charter Roster iu ter was started at that group property da meeting Thursday night in the property damage court room of the City Munici Henderson16 accidents none pal A disappointing atkilled and six injured n I n f 1 tl tendance men signed what personal injury accidents ten will be the charter property damage accidents The club members decided toproperty damage hold back sending in the list Hill 18 accidents one ki 1 for the charter membership and 15 injured in one fatali til the early part of next probably Tuesday r Wednesday because of the small number of men Officials of anticipated an about 60 to sign as charter mem Several committees were ap the club had attendance of See Page 10 Second Place Irks Lyndon Tanuarv This appears to several commutes weiB ttiji 13 a classic example of bureaupointed by Frank are running second to Rus club for the in space and Neuberger charter night for the 3 event cracy at its Richard second place could spell disaster our Lyndon Bl11 Johnson said said has a reregister as general g king to about 750 persons innnlDale Lemons is to help with a barhecue honoring the cenL 1 1 IT majority leader said The finandal damage due to the I Janleslunited States came out ahead He said the impact bounced Southern Cnnal and the bus more than 50 feet and Livingston area landowners op spun It pose the application The SJRA furnished the most lengthy opposition so with attorney Alex Pope of Houston questioning witnesses at length about plans for the wa ter usage and distribution sys CHS Will Host Homemakers At Saturday Meet Corsica na High School will piny host Saturday to approx imately 300 Future Homcmak eis from 40 schools in the an nual district A morning session will start at at CHS and an afternoon assembly will be devoted to the election of officers for the com ing FHA from schools in Navarre Johnson and Bosque counties will converge on Cor sicana for the big event in dis 1 i H m i m to have been near thc fires trict FHA origin and became suspicious ofj Principal speaker for the day Grater when he refused to he Joe director of count for his whereabouts the instruction in Corsicana public morning the fire broke who will comment on a recent trip to Hands Across the Nation has been designated as the topic of Parks f i Temperatures dropped 16 s cateldegrees in the upper Texas M ff 4 and will bereach toward zero by the1 Weather Bureau Freezing mist and light snow fell in the upper Panhandla The Weather Bureau warned motorists that freezing rain could be expected in North ral and Northwest Texas and east of the Pecos Valley through Cold wave warnings were la lashed Britain Two Dy the weather bureau for chant ships are and in the northern half of the statel distress in the stormtossed Central Texas lish Channel and others See Page 7 Hurricane Winds Sweep Britain Fierce rain and blizzards Worker Admits Starting Blaze 13 A Forest Service em ploye who says he was fed up with the service and wanted to get even is accused of setting the Angeles Crest fire last The blaze claimed two destroyed acres of preci ous watershed and caused an estimated William of nearby was booked on suspicion of arson Thursday Judge Berates Girl Hoodlum NEW Nov 13 said the government has a re sponsibility to protect inno cent cranberry growers from Forest Service investigators said he admitted setting the fire which threatened foothill com 30 miles north of Los Investigators said they had uestioned many persons known ed for Two men died at sea and a Ihird was Gales reaching 104 miles an hour hit Englands south coast at Folkestone and Huge waves broke over sea walls and Around light snow fell See Page 7 Numbing Cold Follows Snow Rockies Area The negro magistrate looked I two main coast roads in the lard at the negro toenage girl Folkestone area were before him and said The north of England and Nothing makes me sicker at parts of Scotland were hit by the stomach than to pick up the In several Nov papers and read that one of roads were impassable because 13 UP Bflrtve these one of these dediof snow piled up to three cold and winddriven cated people who Jobs to Snow and Ice covered arca today east of the educate our has in making el difficult and The Polish ship beaten and That was the scene in court Gll Thursclay night after police ac cused 16yearold Ann Whit more of attacking a white wom an school teacher who told her to stay after Police said the Whitmorc girl pushed teacher Rose against punched and scratched her and tried to knock See Page 2 Blinking Light Brings Rescuers her to the mates shouted Come on while class we want Illinois Gives Touhy Parole See Page 10 Franks were appointed subthe racc for thc atomic bomb in chairmen for meals and yVar and won that one by a small He indicated that he would not have invited Khrushchev to City the United States but said Pres traffic officials have started a ident Eisenhower has his full campaign for protection of backing for his trip to Russia pedestrians by teaching them next when and where to cross Johnson nlso criticized the In a fourhour period ThursPresident for twice vetoing the See Page 7 TRAFFIC DEADLY MEXICO CITY UP day 12 persons were hit cars and Three died aid program for col lege j Registration will be held from to on thc jmnin floor of the CHS followed by a welcoming pro 13 pram n wnjch addresses will be Roger Chicagoldclivnrcd hy Supti Dana Wil prohibition era was CHS Principal granted a parole today by the Armistead and Chris Pardon to go The scuffle at Queens Voca tional High School in Astorl was broken up by two boy stu She hit me cried before Magistrate onc mile awav You know shes a Continental Divide and spread into the The storm dropped more than two feet of snow on Montana and kicked up massive drifts In many the cap still had 17 Inches on the ground The coldest place In the na tion today was copper mining city in Southwestern wjth 37 below blinking light brought The warmcat temperature any help Thursday night to a blind wncre in Montana during the woman alone in her unheated night was 6 below at house with the body of her husThe Helena reading was 3 de grees colder than any previous Not until dusk was DavNovember The id able to gain the coldest reading ever recorded at attention of her nearest was Subzero temperatures also She said her diedlwere common throughout Wy in his sleep early Sheridan and Cody in Illinois Parole and The decision me once known See Page 10 snapped Do you think shes going to trouble herself by hitting a little hoodlum like you She could not afford to begin a situation like She Fahrner tried in vain to two stoves in the A nearblizzard raged Lacking a Fahrner waited until then the north each had 18 Moorcroft had 14 and at Chey the capital it was 3 below Eastern Colorado begin a situation like She uanrner waiicci until has 12 years of employment repeatedly flipped on and off tures remained slig to Apparently you have nothing to The girl was ordered to ap pear In Queens Adolescents thn light in her She is being cared for by tempera y above Limon and the coldest places and near the See Page 2 ns th at1 as The will gain his freedom from Statesville Prison after 25 years behind The board said he will be re leased as noon as his prospec tive home and have been Retired teachers may now be employed by the Corsicana In dependent School District on a temporary basis without losing their retirement The board of education Thurs day night altered its policy that related to substitute teaching and temporary work assign Law Changed Such action was made possible by the last regular session of the state legislature which pass ed a law allowing teachers who are retired to work 60 days without having to discontinue the benefits of Dana Williams recom mended that the local policy be altered so that teachers beyond could be used as substitutes and custodians on a temporary Williams said that from time to time the system faces person nel needs and that many of the In its regular monthly meet ing at the school administra tion the board also Approved the recommenda tion of a committee that Preston Fort Worth be obtained to make an insurance Lashes Home Enemies Sideswipes United States Castro Warns Of Tough Days 13 Fidel survey of the with the ing grim and local insurance exchange paying Castro told the Cuban people a reasonable early today that his revolution Appointed a committee to Les difficult daySt contact residents on primfi in back only a the near the Travis school relative to graveling an area the Travis A similar United States favorite targetbut lashed outin project involves the fiont of foIpnBQt at retired teachers are eager to Fannin Heard a report from Matt that the hearing on thc law suit involv ing the Blooming Grove and Corsicana school districts has been set for the week of Adopted a report of the auditing firm of Pattil lo and Company which reveal See Page 10 a threehour telecast at his enemies at home and called them hypocrites who once posed friends of the revolu Rats are going to abandon the ship when things get rough he This is going to remind me of the bad days of the revolution when many rave up the But he predicted that the revolution would march on even if its enemies try to mobilize God against This wont Castro because one cannot have a good idea of God if he doesnt have a notion of what it is to love his Obviously weary from his long hours of directing the search for his missing arm the 33 yearold Prime Minister showed only occasional flashes of his usual fire and At times his customarily free flowing oratory lapsed as if he was grasping for a Bags under his eyes were clearly He rejected the conten tion that there was no evidence aircraft bombed and strafed Havana in a leaflet raid over the capital Castro reiterated his charge that Pedro Diaz former com mander of the revolutionary air firce who was re sponsible for the He claim ed again that two persons were killed and 50 Diaz Lanz was arrested in Miami on a Cuban government warrant seeking his He is now out on bail awaiting a hearing on whether he should be sent back to face charges of Alabama Tightens Segregation Laws Three measures dealt wit The Alabama voter Another woul determined to strengthen tl posalble for state at arneys to find out who waa I segregated schools and any suit brought againai brakes on negro voter registrathe This measure appar tion ently is aimed at the National The action came without thf position last night in the last People and similar lew hours of 1950 session wh f Two of the bills dealing boards of registrars were passei The bills were sent to John Patterson for his measure would alN the Senate without low the to appropriate previously had cleared LESSON IN of history teacher Melvin Wil Ictts Htudents look over his shoulders as he checks rigged test have closed because of orders bill f ol Pnhn Ihp hnmh hflV OH ICIL S wvui auuiMucio 1113 i iuot i nv stlnil law WhlCni thenTane hes flew was InoperJhe save his to provide a lesson in ethics at ita allocation Mate P 20 i i mi nu ann 11111 norpH Vfnr VlR a to catch up on Its paper work 1 11 1 14 tn Hnciid un to 20 davs In eacl live and there no evidence They are left to Penny 16 Rosanne 17 to prlvato the plane did any bombing or and Kathy Disturbed by the complaccment atti yTnc also approved precincts within the district strafing tude of his students to fixed TV quiz Wlllett gave a difa measure to authorize the thS64 access to the and mcnt of school tuition directly pl f YH precmct then complained bitterly that the providing of to a student even though Tne these meas answers to the nine was Further discussion of TV quizVhool was not under a threat ls to cut down on me time shows developed a marked change in AP Wirephoto ito I See Page 10 i In an obvious reference to ficult hlstor the United Castro derail oth clared neither measures See Page 7   

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