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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - November 19, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST warmer this afternoon cloudy and and tonight mild Thermometer Readings 81 9 I 10 I 11 I 12 I It 2 39 46 521 56 60 61 1 62 Completfl Weather Bepori on Market HoMtoHhfl Daily Sun and Morninrf 142 LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS 1959 SECTIONS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW early advance corpor ates trading CHICAGO Corn hedge selling and Oats with to 50 cents low er top steers steady to 50 cents lower top PRICE FIVE CENT LABELS TO SHOW RESULT OF TESTING Industry Plan Is Modified Before Adoption government today approv ed a plan for making plentiful supplies of uncontaminated cran berries available for Thanksgiv Secretary Arthur Flem ming of the Department of Education and Welfare said lots of cranberries already tested and found to be uncon taminated may be marketed if they contain this statement Examined and passed by the Food and Drug Administra tion of the Department of Education and Assure Protection Cranberries from lots totaling more than four million pounds already have been tested and found to be free of contamina tion from the weed killer ami Flemming said the work ed out with representatives of the cranberry industry would Assure proper testing of fresh cranberries and processed cranberry products in all stages of wholesale and they are offered to theconsuming Provide for approved labels which the housewife can look for to be sure the can or bottle she buys is from ed Flemming noted at a news See PagTl2 Collins High London isarmam In SPECTATORS ROUTED AS VOLCANO TURNS VIOLENT 19 cellor Konrad Adenauer said today that he and Prime Min ister Macmillan have reached complete agreement on the dis armament The West German chancellor told a news conference that NO CHANGE DISCOVERED IN PROPOSAL Usual Difference Displayed Over Actual Value The basic steel industry todal Kilauea Volcano became violent spouted lava feet into the and drove specta tors Its a real declared Volcanologist Gordon MacDon ald of the University of Lava was hurled with such force that a piece of rock crack ed a windshield on a plane cir cling The an Aloha Air CRANBERRY of Education and Welfare Arthur Flem confers with George of president of Ocean Spray Cran and Hastings Keith in before a conference be tween industry leaders and Health Department officials on a plan to clear a large volume of cranberries of suspicion of contamination by weed killer before Thanksgiving AP Wire photo Rigged Scales Racket Covers New York City Over Billion Due grounds of the Cambridge Pub Lines jetpiop loaded with tourlic 19 An attractive divorcee and her es cort were shot dead in a Boston Western proposals at the Gene street last night and about 12 vaforeign ministers conference hours later a former boy friend Iast summer remain the basic disclosed it had submitted of her committed suicide on on European new contract proposal to th A 10powcr commission in United Steelworkers Th points on the rim of Kllaqea the Jack which East and West will have union promptly announced r Ballistics tests were to bejection of the plcte hut investigators work on disarmament ear The union in a formal stat oflcd belief the case In thc coming ment said the industry propos speaking to made on NoVi 15 and W turned down the same Estimate Difference The new the returned safely to Hono The mounting column of orange and crimson flames forewould be closed as a double the closing of all lookout murder and with said he and Macmillan had had a successful Edward of views during his former taxi driver sought for threc dav nero said Kilauea Iki had grown so questioning in the double slay Adenauer expressed full virtually violent it was beyond agreement with realm of previous experience head in He died two feed in ro made last and was completely without regainmg UN wage policy We dont know what to ex Cambridge and Boston are General Assembly in Septem The union estimated the Murata separated by Charles test offer as being worth abo Winds blew lava as much as Tumulty was named as wantI During the talks here cents an hour over the thr in Site For C C Banquet Collins Junior High inon 19 UP Director Maurice Stens said today The odds have swung against a balanced budg et for the current 1960 fiscal After going over all the non military half of the budget for 1961 with President Stans said the governments spending total for the new fiscal year beginning July 1 will probably be in excess of 80 bil again will be the site for the Chamber of Commerce annual banquet which has been sched uled for At a meeting of the banquet arrangements committee Thurs day in Manager Dick Knights it was agreed the event will start at and will feature dinner of barbecued Tickets will be prominent dicana oil operator and civic will have the honor of introducing the guest Chet Lauck of who is e personal Lauck is a public relations vice president of Continental Oil and is more widely known as the Lum of the oldtime Lum and Abner radio The Very fred rector of Johns Episco pal was chosen to give the banquet In honor and recognition of the newly organied Junior Cham ber of the senior organization will have as spec ial head table guests Jaycee See Page 9 But the terms in which he was talking at an airport news conference made it apparent the administration has a job cut out for itself in trying to stay within 81 Stana said he hasnt given up hope of a balanced budget for this But the impact of the steel he has turned the odds against Early in September he had figured that unmatched pros perity and a quick settlement of the stoel didnt pan bring the gov ernment through the 1960 fiscal year with a 95 million dollar The budget director and Eis enhowpr were looking more to ward the 1961 bugret than that for 1960 in a twohour confer once this morning in the Presi dents office at Augusta National Golf Except for loose Stans Eisenhower now has re viewed and approved all but six items for the now Those are big in One is the the ag military spending program which also is See Page 12 lly NEW 19 In vestigating officials saw signs today that New Yorks rigged butcher scales racket may have extended throughout the entire If there is any citywide said Manhattan Frank We will be ready and willing dont think the mayor or any one else knows the full extent of Hogans comments followed a report by investigations Com missioner Louis Kaplan of an jnymous complaints from following disclos 19 Edsel today became the first casualty of the new automotive battle of the compact Ford announced it will abandon the medium price car Introduced only two years ago the Edsel never captured a Slightly more than 000 were Less than 100 have been built in the last two weeks as Ford diverted scarce steel to its other Foundation To Sell Shares Of Ford Common 19 Ford Foundation nounced today it will sell two In an official statement shareg of F d M t JP an said sales of the 1960 Edsel which looks strikingly like the 1959 have been particularly disappointing while response to all other company lines has been common stock to the The price at which the shares be sold will be announced The closing price in trading ures of fraud in the Borough of Under way already is a full scale inquiry into the finances and income of all 84 inspectors in the New York city bureau of weights and This began Wednesday follow ing the arrest of Fred Lough 47yearold chief of the bu on extortion Loughrans arrest came hours hfi had been fired by Pee Page 12 Deny Divorcee Pauper Appeal In view of high consumlnord took on the New Wednesda ci preference for the company lines and the severe decline in the demand for Edsel h a The announcement of the the continued productionlFoundations intention to sell of the Edsel is not the big block of shares was especially in view of the shortmade when the Ford age of Ford said in its the Securities and Exchange spring in the pistol slaying of her married lover of a Court turned down today a request hy Connie Nicholas for n pauper at torney to handle her appeal from a manslaughter The double divorcee found forma Commission to permit their I tJJJffttJtftHrfft tJl 1 The Edsel statement obvious Ford Baid the Foundation16 ycar8 ly was forced by todays official Wants to diversify its decision by the Ford Foundation to sell another two million The Foundatjon f invest whch i f IT V a wide variety of phil fihares of Ford Motor stock 1o the In the preliminary thrPlcs was UP ny executive Forrest He had been dating another wom Trial Judge Thomas Faul coner immediately ordered the his f v v v j f m1 I I A b I 1 A prospectus the of Henry Ford and its 45yearold brunctlc nlo described as building only oriRinally consisted only court Monday commitment three lines of cars inof Pprd stock L lhfi Indlana womens eluding and Thunder This Is the third sa e of Ford Her sentence ia for 2 to 21 See Page 9 stock hy the TO KXPfcOB HOUSTON Continental Oil and Cities Service Oil She will likely he in prison before noon the judge The unanimous opinion deny will explore for oil on a MrsNicholas1 request for million acre concession in a pauper attorney said she had Senegal and Mauritania in West turned substantially all of hei assets over to her a mile from the eruption in its ed after Miss Barbara sixth day of activity on the a and Louis land of 200 miles southW a engi cast of were shot down In a Back The falling lava started small Bay fires in the brush of the main The couple was shot near Bostons main1 public library in the Copley Square Police said Tumulty is known to have dated Miss Betts spor adically until she began seeing on weekly Police also said that Miss Betts on See Page 8 Kilauea crater See Page Four Services Of Thanksgiving Are Announce Valley Suffers Killing Frost Early Thursday year It estimated tl previous offer at cents At where Pro ident Eisenhower is vacatio j White House spokesnr Wayno Hawks told reportei the chief executive has beel in daily contact with Secretai f i of Labor James Mitch n about the steel That was the way Hawks ai By Tho Associated Press Generally fair skies and two occasions hired warmer temperatures were exswered a question as to private detectives to keep Turnpec tod over every flection of Elsonhower hrul been Informs ulty from botherteff the new steel offer t wenthor uuntiriuinff at least hoW in left her job daily as secretary to the head of Brown Brothers In an intensified effort to vive the true meaning re of See Page 12 league Asserts Labor Forces Want Him Beat By CJVVDK MURRAY Daily Sun Staff opnn to all persons regardless mnn TeagUB of B an told Thanksgiving the Corsicana Ministerial Alliance is again sponsoring the annual community Thanksgiving serv ices to be held in four local Churches In the four geo graphical areas will unite in services Wednesday and Thurs with each service being of church some 20 Kiwanians and guests The Alliance is disturbed that here Wednesday that labor for so many persons have lost sight ceg arc out to ncat him in the of the meaning and significance next congressional race because of Thanksgiving in a time when he votGcI for the LandrumGrlf is so fjn labor it was jn answer to a question by Services for the downtown one of the Teague area will bo conducted at First labor representatives had told Christian church Wednesday at him to his face that they would 8 with the following other find a candidate to heat him in churches participating First the next First West Receives Letter minster Saint He confirmed reports that he Johns Salvation and other congressmen who vot Army and Temple ed for the bill received letters Floyd pastarjfrom labor warning that efforts would he made to beat them in their respective dis At he said he received such a His remarks were in answer to a question of whe ther it waa true that he and other congressmen had gotten NovT 19 A second sodium vapor See Page 12 One Of Vapor Rockets Flop Courts rocket was fired early today said he understood from but that labor representatives had it failed to eject its brilliant already been to Corsicana to yellow cloud Ht thft top of its ascertain how much money The rocket itself rose to could raised for a campaign 160 Civilian space scientists were unable to say immediately why the sodium vapor failed to spew out of the Another sodium rocket fired Wednesday at dusk was visible for hundreds of miles along the eastern See Page 12 through Friday for most of the I Cooper Spokesman In disclosing the latest o Forecasters said temperatures Conrad chief in the Panhandle would start try estimated dropping1 again Friday as the weather stayed mild No rain was in the A killing frost struck parts of the Lower Rio Grande Val ley early Thursday and heavi ly damaged vegetable crops in the last stages of It was the second frost there this Hidalgo County agent Dutch Kartcher said the bean crop still unharvested was killed corn and sorghum heavily dam aged and peppers al See Page 0 Lawyer Starts New Effort To Remove Hoffa j 19 attorney for a group rankandfile members of ti Teamsters Union Wodnesd though the latter plants the ouster of Tcams He said cabbage and See Page 12 Merchant Will Visit Panama president James Attorney Godfrey motion mailed from New Yol City to Judge Dickinson Letts in asked for Hoffas ouster grounds that Hoffa deprtV Teamster members of righ1 guaranteed by the new lab 19 The motion further see State Department is sendHoffas trial on charges pre1 ing its 3 Iously flod hy gcnmjdt allegit Under Secretary Livingston miauae of union Merchant to Panama on a Tflamator members b special mission aimed at action apo Andrew n Frank Kenned Merchant and Allan Ste Hobart Joe Hi i director of the State Thomas Jo rmrtmenls Central T rtl ex pni affairs will leave by ai force plane Friday The trip follows the offer to discuss mutual problems with Panama at a high In announcing the the State Depart ment said the Panamanian government Is highly in favor of the scheduled John Ste1 John McManus ai George All are me bfirs from the New York CI The motion also accused HI fa of consistent coopernto with a threom board of monitors appointed Sne Bare Red Propaganda 19 House investigators reported plans today to look into the activities of disc jockeys in at least six major metropolitan areas within the next two Robert chief counsel of the House Legislative Oversight said investigators will be sent to Los New York and De In addition to questioning disc jockeys and others in the radio television Lishman said the investigators also will look into all other phases of the the Payola He defined this as including not only allegations of under thecounter bribes to disc joc keys to plug popular music but also charges of secret payments for plugging products and in dividuals on TV and kickbacks for promoting music sales and conflicts of interests by disc jockeys who also have an interest n manufacture and sale of Raymond Martin a subcommittee told a re porter Our aim is to get a gen eral picture of the entire Pay ola The which re cently concluded an inquiry into the TV quiz show has not set a date for public hear ings on both Lishman and Martin indicated the hearings probably will begin early next Were getting additional leads on Payola every Martin He added that the sub committee also received from all parts of the nation letters complaining about the activities of disc jockeys and teenage music Many of the he are from irate pa rents and others complaining about par ticular types of ically certain types of rock and roll and the music aimed at the teenage Some he com plain about suggestive and off color lyrics on radio Although the subcommittee is not looking into the content of TV and radio Martin said the records most complain ed about are those alleged to be promoted through the Payola Lishman said other metropoll areas than the six he named may be included leads are developed and He that there arc no plans now to include other areas except possibly We cant possibly cover all areas from which we have re ceived he California Drivers Told Obey Laws Or Walk SAN 19 Puerto with Communist functionaries Brooklyn woman NEW 19 tJP Frank Hogan said today his office has subpoenaed the books and records of 11 re cording companies in an inquiry on alleped for plugging and selling Hogan said 10 of the com panies are in Manhattan and the llth is in Editors Note Alarmed by an everincreasing traffic California last spring began lifting the licenses of drivers with poor safety At iht same Insurance com panies begun scaling their charges to the drivers acci dent Heres a report on By JOHN MORGANTHALKR 19 UP To stop the highway California has served notice on its 7 34 million motor Qbfiy thfi trafflc or ACQUIT POLICEMAN SAN ANTONIO UP policeman Robert Katz won ac quital Wednesday night on murder charge in a shooting A large segment of the insur which occurred as he answered ance industry has told them a disturbance call last shape up or Katz testified that he fired after The cheers and squawks have Daniel a adbeen But so far results are vancod on him with a milk tie as a weapon and refused to The death and injury rates drop are detective who for several years was an undercover member of the Communist party testified before the House UnAmerican Activities Subcommittee today that Communists have a 100 dollar propaganda cam The total number of traffic Both the state and the fof Latin violations has fallen Speed ing has dropped off drunk driving is On 28 the states traffic death Loll stood at nine under the same date last With only two more months loft in the that doesnt look like much of an But wholesale license suspen sions began only in and at that time traffic deaths were running 12 per cent over the previous If nothing had bcon done last Edmund Brown the toll by 28 would have been instead of It means that 350 people are alive who wouldnt have been alive if we hadnt done something the gov ernor companies are using deTne wltncsS Mildred Beau merit systems to rate vUCf Was queationed hy thi They give one or more demerits Richard for every moving who said the program each of which is reported by the was a donnltc threat to the courts to the State Motor Vcwhoe hides Onc part of the the After a certain number of dedetective is an association the Motor Vehicles Deof friendship and cultural rela partment suspends or revokes altlons between the Soviet Union drivers license or puts him on land Latin if it In her she Using a different scoring systhis organization is set many insurance companies will only become another Corn give safe drivers reductions as munist front organization play high as 20 per cent on their auto inff Lalm American non insurance or penalCommunists who may honestly tics up to 100 record Is per cent if their believe these relations arc de But all executive of ficers would he Communists One feature of the state rules 1 nd would h lne ty has raised a legal storm The The d witncsS Juan state automatically suspends for Sacz refused 25 times at leant six months the license tQ answcr questions about his See Page 7 alleged communicationi by mail In Buenos Mexico City Alallin said the Russian command may be concern Reel deputy I nd New He refused on u s CQntrol QV the ground tho committee has Cubtts who appear to no jurisdiction to conduct inLhowing increasing attention ventigatlons in Puerto The which opened was picketed of the us Ccntral Int by a crowd of about ngcnce said last The Kan Juan new Engin a ch at tW ihlanguago said Kotchergn vlsited Cuba today thn subcommittee was U uai the name holding circus hearings here DeListov cause it could not go to Latin American countries where un rest is 19 The Miami News says a Rus His mission Cabell sa was to give guidance to Communists on how to pet trate and exploit tho govet rnent of Premier Fidel Castn intelligence agent Vadim 19 WPrh has gone to Havana Fidel Castro early with new instructions for Cud Qn Cuban ban perhaps in line with Russias new policy to ward thn United uniu bcMnd his rcvolutioni j sad a now in the the workers would help t In a dispatch from govcrnments news correspondent Jay Mallin dcstlny of the natu said Kotcherpin is trflveliiiB d the revolutlon la In t der the assumed name of Listov h d oC th worklnR t Vadim Ho will1 serve as interpreter for tho threeman Russian trade un Ion group attending the tenth tiredlooking prh minister told the opening si slon of the 10th annual Natic al Labor conference of the Federation of Cuban See Page   

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