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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - November 14, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL cold with some freezing rain this afternoon and tonight with low in lower 20s not so cold Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 II t 32 32 31 1 31 32 1 33 34 Complete Weather Report on Market ly Sun and SumlWtrtly Morning lihtj LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE Most Securities and Commodities Markets Are Closed on 138 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS LUCK OP THE McGuire of pon ders the luck of having his 13th birthday on Friday the He received new bicycle tires as a birthday but as luck would have it there was snow on the ground and the tempera ture dropped to 7 degrees above Neils views his masters plight with a sympathetic AP Wirephoto Tough Revolutionist Heads Cuban Army 14 UP A hardbitten revolutionist took over command of Cubas army today as the island republic began a week of mourning for his missing Camilo Juan Almeidas appoint ment as Army chief of staff followed a quick series of gov ernment moves Friday that fea tured Rejection of charges that deliberate and concerted ef forts are being made to wreck Cuban Formal notice that all but acres of the Becerra Ranch controlled by the King Ranch of be expropriated by the govern The ranch was given un til Sunday to select the acre age it wants to one of the most popular figures in Fidel Cas tros disappeared on a plane trip from Camaguey to Havana Castro directed i an unsuccessful search for his army commander and said in W a TV speech early Friday that Cienfuegos presumably crashed in the The decree for A sevenday period of national mourning was issued Friday night follow ing the announcement of Almei das one of the original band who helped Castro launch his revolt against dictator Ful gencio Batista three years formerly was Air Force He was named to that post last July after Pedro Luis Diaz Lanz defected and charged the Castro government was control led by Diaz Lanz Is living in The prime ministers younger Raul armed forces announced that Sergio Jimenez De Valle would succeed Almeida as air force De Valle had been Panama Envoy Hurrying Back To Washington 14 JP Panamas ambassador to the United Ricardo Arias is hurrying back to Washington as a result of cur rent tension between the two countries over the Canal Espinosa has been on leave for several weeks to prepare for his campaign next year as the presidential candidate for the administrations National Patri olic Coalilion He was ordered to fly to Washington following a special meeling Friday night of the National Council for Foreign Re lations and President Ernesto De La and Panamanian officials have held several meetings See Page 5 See Page 5 AntiCastro Radio Silenced fl radio transmitter which alleged ly broadcast propaganda against the Castro regime and beamed it to Cuba was silent today while its operators languished in Federal Communications Com mission agents Friday seized clandestine broadcasting equip ment in a house at in the Florida and arrest ed a man and a Immigration authorities said the Silvio fled Cu ba last July 33 in a military plane stolen from Fidel Castros air Aguila had been on parole after entering this coun try His bond was set at and immigration authorities obtain ed a hold order on him for vio lation of The Carmen Teneche y also was still in jail but could gain her freedom by posting Details of the arrest were not Tavernier is about 70 miles south of Cold Glaze Extends Deep Into Texas iJr r ft F ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Ponder UnionManagement Parley will also explore with GOAL WOULD BE ENDING WORK BREAKS President Tells Mitchell To Talk With Labor Chief Eisenhower has tak en a step toward calling a White House conference of manage ment and union The agenda new ways of settling strikes as crippling as the steel A labor spokesman said Fri day night that the President had asked President George Meany of the AFLCIO to dis cuss the matter with Secretary of Labor James Release Meany had proposed the con ference in a letter to the Presi Excerpts from the letter and the reply were released by the Al pub lic relations director of the AFL I am asking Secretary Mitch ell lo confer with you as to your specific ideas on place and composition of the confer ence you Eisenhower He representative management lead ers their ideas on the When I have before me the results of these explorations I See Page 5 Cries Of Baby Save Lives Of Worth Family FORT of a 7monthold baby probably saved the lives of a Fort Worth family of five to day when fumes from a heating unit filled their the tots mother Im just very glad to be said Eldon Beav ers as she and her family re cuperated at the home of her The cried and woke her mother at I picked her up from her crib in our said Then I just passed out and fell backwards on the bed with her in my Her helped his wife back into bed and changed the babys I was but just thought I was he About 20 minutes his complaining of a severe See Page 9 MAJOR FINES COLONEL An Army Reserve Lieutenant Colonel has been fined by t Major of the same Abraham a city court judge in civilian fined Harry Carlson for driving 50 miles an hour in a 30mile Both are re serves in the 1333rd Logistical Envoy Immunity Ancient By FRANCES LEWTNE problems created by the en 14 voys in a speculative discussed with newsmen the possibility that young Hearne would be sent to school in The object of the troubled days of rival and unscrupulous kings was to protect an ambassador or emis sary from arrest or harm as he acted on behalf of his coun try Almost out of mutual the nations of Ihe world have agreed to protect each others A 1790 act of Congress set down the rules that under no circumstances may foreign ministers be prosecuted for of fenses against law and It includes everything from passing a red light to They even are immune from suits to collect The immunity extends to members of an ambassadors employes and Anyone who arrests them may himself be liable lo impris onment and For the most immunity As far back as diplomals can lhats pretty they have enjoyed immunity on foreign The ancient Greeks even had words for They declared an attack on the person of an am bassador was an offense of gravest Diplomatic immunity was spotlighted this week when it was invoked here by David Pa trick son of Irish Ambassador John A widow was struck and killed Wednesday night by a car driv en by young The law stepped a cor oners inquest was called off and the ambassadors a stu I dent at American wenl home lo the f Police say young Hearne has figured in Ihree disorderly in cidents in Ihe last 212 years and was released in each case under The state department said Friday ihe Dublin governmenl has offered lo cooperate in working oul some solution of is And it is con sidered that a foreign minis ter cannot waive it Only governments can waive a state department spokesman In some minor cases dlplo malic immunity has been hut diplomats consider any breach in the privilege may be a dangerous Diplomats are expected vol untarily to obey local Continued violations of the law may be considered good ground for remonstrations and even for a demand upon a foreign gov ernment to remove the offen Any government can force the withdrawal of an accredit ed diplomat by declaring him personally unacceptable per sona non By custom and praclice in the United States a list of ac credited their house employes and servants are carried on an official roster known as the white courts will not prosecute anyone on this There have been cases of re See Page B Name InterAmerica Panel 14 President Eisenhower approved today creation of a National Advisory Commltlee on inter American recently strained by troubles with Cuba and Secretary of Stale Christian Herter will serve as chair The committee will have six other members from outside the including Eis enhowers Milton Asked whether the setting up of the commitlee was precipitat ed by antiAmerican sentiment in Cuba and riots in Panama directed at the United White House spokesman Wayne Hawks told newsmen he didnt know whether this was A White House statement said this In authorizing the eslablish menl of Ihis the President expressed his con viction that it would perform a very helpful function both in terms of developing useful ideas with respecl lo our inlerAmer ican relations and in promoting wider understanding of these relations among Ihe peoples of this Creation of Ihe committee was recommended by the presidents who has gone to Latin See Page 5 Jets Complete Secret Flight 14 UP 100 supersonic fighter pianes flew to France in a simulated emergency opera tion to show the Air Force can go anywhere in the world in a matler of The hushhush flight of F100 fighters from Myrtle to was com pleled Ihe Air Force with supporting air trans ports bringing up the The Strike Force will carry out training maneuvers in West ern Europe for about a week be fore The exercise was kept secret n advance from plane crews and smaller unit It was a test of Ihe mobilily and of these strike The Air Force said it was 100 per cent Henry commander of the 19lh Air was able to set up his command in France less than 24 hours after receiving the order at Seymour Johnson Air Force Seaborg Is Award Winner 14 Glenn who dis covered is the winner of the Enrico Award for Fermi The Atomic Energy Commis which said administers that Seaborg the was recommended by the AECs Gen iral Advisory Committee and the choice was approved by President is chancellor of the University of The citation said the scientist was honored for discoveries of plutonium and several addition al elements and for leadership in the development of nuclear See Page 9 Early Christmas Brings In Police lts six weeks until Christmas but a Santa Glaus has doled out thousands of dollars to the poor folks of this Hes not a plump man with a white but a ser ious looking man of He about his portalloporlal truism on But most quickly caught on when he pressed or into their hands and walked He hand ed out about Thursday and an undisclosed amount Fri authorities Who is this mystery man The wears a black coat in crowdedi rundown blue denim He asks just two questions after he raps on a housewifes door Are you poor Will you use any money I give you in the right way Some ladies slammed the door in his face when he first went Athens CoEds Burned During Bonfire Raid Two of five Henderson County Junior College cocds reported involved in the premature firing of bonfire material on the Na varro Junior College campus Fri day afternoon were burned and received treatment at Navarro County Memorial Hospital at It was reported here the vic tims said they had come lo NJC lo relaliale for the alleged pre mature firing of bonfire mater ials at HCJC campus Navarro and HendersonCoun ty football clubs clash in Athens Saturday night in a game thai will decide Ihe championship of Ihe Texas The neigh boring rivals are currenlly co champions from Ihe 1958 sea Those receiving first a I d treatment at the hospital and then dismissed were listed as Jerre daughter of Mrs 217 Laird facial and hand and Nancy tor of Dick 314 Carroll Athens facial and forearm Both were dismissed af ler first aid The oth er Ihree coeds were nol Idenli Gasoline is reported to have been dashed on combuslible ma terial and flashed back when a See Page 9 Claim Drilling Safety Record 14 oil drilling rig has compleled 10 years of operations in Mississip pi and Louisiana without a dls bling injury to Humble Oil Refining has staked claim that ite rig 39 became the worlds safest rig 28 by completing 000 man hours without an in Six days the rig had its 10th safety anniver Humble said Ihe old record was held by a rig operated by Stanolind Oil Gas Rig 39 has drilled 53 rowhouses are Hes Arlhur Douglas Fosler III of suburban He is According lo a who asked nol lo be Foster inherited about from a Both his who are di vorced and are well They tried to persuade the boy to give up his share theweallh Fosler admilted to a reporter lasl At a late hour Foster hadnt See Page 5 Weather Cuts FHA Attendance Bui Not Spirit By CLYDE Dally Sun Staff The weather failed to lower the spirits of 167 Future Home makers o America and 21 spon sors who gathered here Satur day for the District Area 8 convention of the Texas Asso ciation of Despite freezing temperatures and icy 17 of the 40 schools in the which takes in five Johnson and Hill Joe direclor of instruc Corsicana public delivered the main Starling al in the Corsicana High School auditor the program carried through the morning and ended in the afternoon with scheduled tours of Navarro Junior College and the Collins Street Oscar business man Corsicana public delivered the welcoming address in place of Dana who could not Greetings were extended by principal of Chris vice president of the Corsicana FHA See Page 9 Tulsa Deathless Days Champion 14 UP Tulsa early today sot a new postwar traffic safety seating out the previous title Tulsa ran up 125 consecutive days without a traffic fatality on ts In the first half of this year before the deathless streak 14 persons died in Tulsa vehicle The previous record of 124 athless days was set by Pro vidence in HYBRID strange looking with anteater like is a hybrid B57 Canberra jet bomber which has been convened for use as a simulated IM90B Bomarch air defense The nose and part of the guidance section of a Bomarc B missile were grafted to the B57 The crafl will be used in checking oul Ihe capacity of the Gulf Test Range to handle flights of the 400milerange Boeing Ex perimental lesl pilot Bob Perry and Tom Sorber of Boeing make final check on craft at AP Wirephoto Business Hard Hit By Strike Results By JACK LEFLER NEW 14 Business started pulling Itself out of the morass of the steel strike this week but found the going The steel industry fired up longcold furnaces and got up to an estimated per cent of It will be a long haul before near capacity is approach The automobile industry ac tually slipped deeper into the New Cars Need Extra Lighting In Tennessee 14 State George McCanJess ruled Friday those wide new cars must comply with a Tennessee law requiring rucktype clearance lights on vehicles over 80 inches Greg state safety said the high way patrol would begin enforce ment of the law after allowing motorists reasonable time to equip their cars with the am quagmire created by steel short Retailers in strike affected ureas didnt look for much of a 8 Christmas shopping harvest from paychecks of workers back on the Virtually all of the half mil lion striking stcelworkers were expected to be back In the plants this The biggest Steel said it hopes to boost production to 70 per cent of capacity next Industry sources predict it will be four to six weeks before mills can See Pago Winter Gales Lash Britain 14 Crashing lashing rain and tiooded roadways plagued Brit ain today In the wake of the winters first violent The government ferry from Jersey fought across the nel in mountainous waves and landed its 80 passengers at Southampton 20 hours Its NEW LOWS RECORDED MANY SPOTS Winter Invades Midwest After Rockies Siege By The Associated Press Freezing sleet and bitter emperatures plunged deep into Texas making some ilghways too slick for normal Dive Temperatures dived to their owest point of the season at many with 6 degrees above zero at and 7 above at both in tho upper The storm at described ns the worst of the season In he Big Bend Iced over stretches of main and motorists were warned to avoid travel unless It was of an emerg ency nature A rain that started Friday af ternoon turned to sleet and fins snow during thenight and by Saturday morning the ground at Alpine was Highways Ice Norman State Highway Department foreman at Alpine reported highways around Al iine and Fort includ ng 67 and were iced over in Only one minor how had been reported in the Alpine area up to mldmornlng But at were injured In a oiorltles at Cleburne reported nine accidents blamed on The Highway patrol reported Highway 67 from Cleburne to Glen Rose extremely The Weather Bureau report See Pago B Freezing Low Readings Over County her and red lights and Francis Trout A check ufacturers of automobile man specifications show ed nine 1960 model cars with widths ranging up to inch in an opinion re quested by said any car over 80 inches wide must carry eight clearance lights and six Violation Is a mis demeanor See Page said in a telephone call to shore Between Jersey and Guern sey the waves were fantastic We seemed to drop into holes in tile punishable by a max 5 Oklahoma City Hosts Rivals Vocal Guns Surprisingly Loud WouldBe Candidates Unusually Active By The Associated Press Political guns are thundering surprisingly loud in advance of next years presidential Presidential hopefuls n o w beating the busrs are Vice President Richard John Kennedy and New Yorks Nelson None of these men actually admit they are running for presidential nominations next A Democratic elder Averell and a possible Democratic presidential dark Edmund Brown of conferred at and took the occasion to throw a few bricks at the In capsule heres what they were saying Friday speaking al Indian eaid Ihe farm issue will very possibly be the major issue on the domestic scene in He said hes not ready now to outline a specific farm but it must be one that gives farmers their full share of presperily wilhout sacrificing Iheir Nixon said 11 was out of tho thai he would run again as a vice presidenlial bul I still feel its too early to announce 1960 The Vice President patted his main Republi can on the back for being a very effective But added that the New York governor does not have the ex perience at campaigning nalion aljy that some others have He presumably meant at bor rowed a phrase from Winston Churchill in saying a new ad ministration was needed to over come the gains made by Russia in the pasl seven years while the locusts had Tho said Ihe Massa chusetts have beaten us into outer around the to the moon and surpassed us in rocket engines and new have more miiitai man he and are putting more resources into All this they have Ken nedy while we for seven years have cut our re duced our held back our missile our money and time and scien tific He likened the situation to that which confronled England 23 years He quoled Church ill as saying then the British government had been blind to the menace of the Nazis in the years the locusts had al San said we must clearly see the conflict between American and Soviet objectives and principles as only one grave slruggle up on Ihe wide scene in Ihis age of We some sort of greater and larger political ar this means the growth of regional groupings of so that the traditions of the needs of and the nature of politics all are enlisted to serve the defining new and stronger and healthier relations among the at a number of appearances during the day dodged saying he was in the running for the GOP president ial Told that Nixon expects him to he said See Page Freezing light rains and sub freozing temperatures evidence throughout were in Navarro county Saturday with Blooming Grove reporting the lowest tem 22 degrees and largest an estimated Corsicana had a low Sat urday of 30 degrees and meas ured inches of Bridges were being and salted by state highway de parlmenl crews after Ice began forming after 8 One acci dent early Saturday on tho Chambers Creek bridge on East Highway 31 was attributed to ice on the bridge Blooming Grove reported a slow rain throughout Friday and some sleet was in evidence ear ly Saturday morning when Ihe low temperature changed tho rain Into icy At Frost the low temperature was estimated at around 28 de grees with an estimated rain fall of Roads in the area were reported covered In a light slush and icicles were See Page 8 BIG FOB BIG Senator Lyndon Johnson heads for a place to eat a large helping of ranch style barbecue served him at a JohnsonforPresident rally at More than 700 persons attended the barbecue given by rancher m longtime Johnson AP Wircphoto   

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