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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - November 23, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                j THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Generally fair and mild thr Tuesday cooler tonight low in upper Thermometer Readings with 10 46 I 50 I 56 12 Complete Weathw Report on Market Iht Daily SunaodScmiWwHy Motnin 145 LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS 1959 SECTIONS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW 23 electronics corporates liquida CHICAGO old crop months hedge light to 25 cents higher top steers steady to 75 cents higher top PRICE FIVE CENTS it SOME UNITS BEAT PROBE WITH ACTION Magazine Battling Over Quiz Show Fixes NEW 23 Disc jockey Alan a pio neer in the Rock n Roll craze Who has been fired by a New York radio meets to day with officials of a televi sion station here to talk about While congressional investi gators probed payola under thetable payments by record companies to disc jockeys for plugging certain records on their stations took quick Three Fired In radio station WJBK Sunday fired disc jock ey Thomas Clay who admitted taking Dale master of ceremonies on WJBK TVs Detroit resign Young did not An other Don resigned Bill WJBKTV man ager who announced Youngs said the Storer Broadcasting is investi gating payola at all its TV and radio stations in Cleve Atlan Los and In John Mo managing diiector of the station 23 iff estimated at Four persons were missing to day in a second hotel fire with in 24 hours in a racially mixed e neighborhood near downtown While authorities Peorias searched Todays fast spreading f ii the Arion which catered to white and spread to two taverns and two homes before it was V ftf I r the debris of todays fire for tha I0 that disc an Jot See Page 2 Case Reversed On FBI Action Minus Warrant 23 Supreme Court declared today that suspicion alone is not sufficient reason for a po lice officer to lay hands on a With this the court set aside by a 72 vote the conviction of John Patrick of on charges of unlawful possession of three cartons of stolen The court in tj opinion written by Justice DougThirteenyearold George Mar said FBI agents a deaf used sign Ing liquor thefts stopped withlanguage and his untrained out probable cause an automovoice Sunday to tell how he bile in which Henry was a killed an 8yearold passenger and discovered the Steven Moscoe pleaded for Further investigation demcrcy before he died under a yeloped that the radios had rain of knife blows Saturday HOW DYA SrKIX Prompted by a peak at all the toys in a new Christmas catalogue little Jan Jarboe donned the frames from an old pair of glasses and wrote a letter to Santa With Christmas still more than a month the 3 yearold daughter ot and Robert Jarboe of Richard daddy majiUhe letter right AP Wirephoto y missing the state be gan a hearing into Sundays I think it could be arson In both said Albert Boul the citys chief fire inspec He said evidence of a kero senelike fluid was found near the scenes of both which occurred within a sixblock Sundays blaze burned out an apartment hotel being prepared for negro No one was injured in that Damage 91st Birthday Reveals Garner Much Mellower UNITED 23 JP The UN Steering Committee overrode Soviet ob jections today and recommended full general assembly debate on Communist The led by the United was approved by a vote of 15 to 3 in the 21nation com The onesided vote fore RESCUE WORK URGENT BASIS NOW Temperature Rise After WeekLong Rains Blamed Mute Narrates How He Killed Young Playmate 23 been stolen from an interstate George Coroner John Johnson said The FBI agents had no search WM fpaclured and or arrest and Wftg stabbed 4 Umes n the back and Martens told police he lured By DAVE CHEAAW 23 in Former Vice President John Nance once crus ty but now mellow Cactus Jack his 91st birthday here Sunday with a huge cake and a quiet party given by old There was one solemn mo ment at the informal party dur ing which Garner waxed senti mental or humorous as he swapped jokes and political By The Associated Tress yarnspinning with his neigh The violent death toll in Texas rose to at least 27 persons over the weekend with traffic mis haps accounting for 12 of the Eight deaths were blamed on The count covered the period from 6 Friday to midnight Bishop The missing included Louis who had been hired as a sitter for the 5 monthold son of a resident of the hotel two unidentified men and a man named Al of At least six persons fled from Sec Page 2 Thanksgiving To Be Holiday City And County Corsicana and Navarro coun ty citizens will observe the an nual Thanksgiving period this weekend with trips attending religious observing holi going to football contests At least four religious obser vances will be sponsored by the Corsicana Ministerial Alliance Wednesday night and Thursday The downtown area 23 slides and rampaging touched off by a weeklong de 23 Press Officer Lincoln up to inches of cast certain ratification by Pawel one of Comat a news refused to travel to a munist Polands top intelligence shed any additional light on today and marooned The three negative votes werelof has asked for asylum c c except to say Monat defectdrTcda in lowetr in the United ed some months urgent state federal rescue The State Department report Monat is reported to have operations were under way in ed today that Monat has arrived been the intelligence boss oflmanv lowland areas of western The president of the general Polish military attaches in dlplo 1 Their application for permismatic missions around the Koatls Blocked sion to stay is being processed As he could be ex Hajor rail and traffic in the usual n State pected to know much about tho through the Cascade Mountains cast by the Czechoslavakia Soviet and Indonesia and Morocco abstain Victor Andres Be launde of did not a construc tion was found shot to death in a car parked by the side of a road near Cleburne Sheriff Earl King said he was holding for investigation a man reported seen earlier with Arthur died of wounds Sunday in Houston in flicted by caliber F jlice questioned a 28yearold declared their actions were il legal and He added It is so the Fourth Amendment unreasonable search and seizure dead that the guilty sometimes go set he free than that citizens be subrun mto Georges bike repeated ject to easy fly and damaged Steven into clump of timber on the pretext of showing him a and killed him to Justice Clark wrote a dissentSteven was the son of Marine ing opinion in which Chief JusStaff Lawrence Moscoe of tice Warren Clark said who is assign Henrys suspicious activitiesed to Olathe Naval Air Station See Page 2 See Page 8 about was hot to death in Houston with a caliber Germanmade revol ver at his Officers held a 42yearold man who told them the shooting occurred during a Gary of Fort Suspend Purse Released Worth was killed and his father injured Sunday See Page 8 Police Could Throw Booh At This Prisoner Tt came when his Tully formally presented him with a portrait of the late Mrs who was the former vicepresidents chief adminis trative aid and advisor in his long political The portrait was painted by Garners only John Obviously Garner said 1 know you men have wonder See Page 8 Find Womans South Plains officers investigat ed today the doath of a red haired woman whose badly beat en body was found Sunday on a Hockley County road north of here about halfway between Lubbock and She was clad only in a slip and A green skirt and green and white blouse were There also was a bill fold carrying identification pa pers of a Lubbock The not was about 40 or Sir Leslie Murrro of New Zetl special UN representative on announced he was submitting his report immed iately to Secretary General Dag The report was expected to form the main basis for the forthcoming The steering committee de cided to take the issue directly to the assembly without the usual discussion in the political Ambassador Henry Cabot In urging UN de clared that the end of the reign of terror is not yet in sight in Lodge said there Is evidence See Page 2 Larry Cooper A it Department spokesman Poles military intelligence wcre blocked late Sunday and including possible links with the through the Soviet Highway department crewsi Monat is believed to be in procleared a circuitous link between tectivc custody of American authe east and west sides through The Central Intelligthe states mldsectlon shortly once queried earlier after about the refused to conA woman Hazel firm or deny that Monat had of fled was killed In a mountain White told ricwsmen he did pass Scores of bthe of New know whether the Polish drivers were trapped temporarll government has as by slides in the New Bethlehem Owner Ready To Sell Plant Thanksgiving service held at the First will be Christian church Wednesday at 8 Floyd First Meth odist will bring the mes Other religious services New County Agent Navarro county has a new purchaser of the Bethlehem Steel Company Corslcana Monday revealed that Jt is for either ajs an entire unit or in parcels to suit purchasers for manufacturing Lowell manager of the Corsicana plant for years for Monday was appoint ed by President Morris LIp local representative In he Hecan be located at the plant or at his See Page 2 Jury Trial Of School Dispute i Slated Friday Train Trapped Ninety passengers on a trans continental train caught betwee slides were delayed 10 hours bi fore they got out by bus over oneway Several small towns were be ing partially of farm homos were The Civil Patrol state agencies and military He Preliminary proceedings in thelvices joined in rescue Brig case styled State of Ex See Page 2 Estes said that anyone Blooming Grove Independ terosted in the acquisition of the Cnt School District of Navarro assistant agricultural Hes Larry who assumed his A WnH a Texas Krad include Memorial wed J ul Wiseua succeecls Chile acn who resigned recently to accept a job as county agent See Page 8 Scopes Trial Defender Dies nesday Paul Wise Eleventh Avenue er Galther North will preach at the North Side Baptist service Thursday at 10 23 John chief thc et the Coun ty Board of School Trustees of Navarro et got under way in district court hero Mon day setting the stage ft r a jury trial Friday at 9 Mondays proceedings includ ed the reading of the petition of the Water Quality Issue Raised At Trinity Hearing nal Emmanuel Baptist for Chlldress For It is his first a signmcnt is nn extension age graduating from in 23 UP Wai and the answer oflter studies made by a consulting to District engineer on the Trinity Rive defense counsel In the celebratjudge Wer0 examined again today ised Monkey Trial at jucign stout is presiding in the State Water Board resun in died In a hospital place of District Judge James its hearings on the feasibility He he has served six Sen Page Ellis County Ginnings Gain Cooper is n native of Grayson and attended public schools at esume ngs on tne feasibility oj Sewcl who disqualified himbuilding two dams on the lowej Ncal gained worldwide The suit involves a recent de engineer fo cision of the county school Brown and Root of Housto board which sustained a petition was crossexamined by Ale that an area of approximately representing the Ji ing of thc theory of l Rivcr e J imr Grove be disanncxcd Pope questioned Norman o and annexed to the Corsicano the chemical composition of th tour famous School tests made from th in public He is a former Future Farmer once Arthur Garflcld was presented by realTrinity and the San Jaclnto ri ot He received a Dudley Field Malone and degree in agriculture education Bainbridge joined Neal in See Pnpo 2 Ellis county shows a slight Coopcr conferred with Coun increase in cotton ginnings through October 3J as compared with last while Limestone and Freestone counties reports show decreases De See Page 8 COUNCIL HIS AD PIES France the They all served without William Jennings Bryan came to the aid of the Scopes was and thc presiding the late John Parliament and the minimum provided by The questioning centered 01 whether pollution In the rive was caused by oil field drai Ings or from salt water intn The board considered thl legality of allowing Houston an the Trinity River Authority 23 UP I pump more than a billion ga Now parcel post rates anllons of water n clay from t Parcel Post To Advance of the Following are the counties with the 1959 report the first P of the Council of the antievolution the nounccd last week will po into lower Trinity Houston and tl effect well after ChristTRA plan to build a 40 mllllol mailing dollar dam at Livingston and Postmaster General Arthur five million dollar salt wat died here todny of was became lepts e for r and S Senator many Neal served in the state and was a EJHa43724 and and Free and and and 352 and three days ago nrcside at a session of the Coun Summerfield announced the etbarrier at f fectivc dnte late The The hearing had been rate averaging flue to conflicts in the sche NEW 23 The State Athletic Commission today revoked Cus DAmatos licenses as a manager and sec ond and suspended Promoter Bill Rosensohns matchmaking license for three DAmato is the manager of former heavy weight champion Floyd Patter Previously the commission re roked the license of Rosensohn which holds he contract for the return bout Between Champion world heavyweight Ingemar Johansson of Sweden and Floyd Patterson of New The commission announced its decision today after conducting a threemonth inquiry into al leged irregularities in the pro motion of the first Patterson Johansson title fight at Yankee 50yearold New was found guilty on four of the five charges placed him by An attorney for Rosensohn headed by New York lawyer and politician Vincent had said he planned to test the commissions jurisdiction and take the case to the New York State Supreme The action against DAmato may knock out the Johansson Patterson return The same time the commis sion said Johansson now could collect his purse for the June 26 fight anytime he want the commission said it did not have a contract in its files for a return This may make Johannson a free able to fight anyone he Johansson has said repeatedly he would give Pat terson a return Johanssons purse had been held in escrow by the commis sion to guarantee Patterson the raturn SAN 23 Detectives accuse Paul Stol linps of trying to bribe his way into a postfootball game party with which had been stolenfrom the police aca Manager Robert Mills ejec ted from in a swank motel and to his room in the Minister And Family Vanish In Mountains SWEET 23 his wife and their son have vanished from their home in this western Ore gon Police have followed their only to Tombstone Summit In 23 Regional Organization the Cascadc Mountains In their the party Cuban Confederation of Labor of Workers and set out to oraearch for tne Rev Laurence he went today elected an executive comganize a new revolutionary conLoftus and his They Reds Included Cuba Labor Pane up entirely of of Latin American thjnk fche family may with an accident on a backwoods H f f P V v K Patrolmen Rudy Ryan and hers of Fidel Castros Warren Mahan who wcre callary party and rejected a Com A Congress resolution charged mountain ed early Sunday said StoMings party bid for posts on the IAROW was under the con The 28 his was accused of trying to hand the labor high trol of American 27 and their out marijuana to pretty coeds Despite the rebuff to the orwhich has consistently who will be 2 years old I 4rt I who had come to the party after ganized informed sources ed all next disappeared See Page 8 Saturdays California Stanford said the 13man group elected The InterAmerican Regional Parishioners called in police jearlv today by the 10th NationjOsanization was formed nearjSunday when the minister didnt Stollings refused to answer al Labor Congress included sevHV a decade It is a branch of appear for when the policemen knocked at eral former Communists and his door and Ryan said he Communist sympath hit on the nose as he climbed in a During an altercation that installed last Stollings kept wh tnc triumphed Im engaged in a secret pro police I Confederation The search of the Tombstone of Free Trade Unions Summit began after bus driver free worlds rival to the ComHarry Monical reported he saw Heading the group is becremUnistIed World Federation of a man and a woman at thc en tary General David trance of a logging road in thc The Congress appealed to area Monical said the other Latin American laborjman apparently was putting per cent and totaling about 88 million dollars a were ap proved Friday by tho Inter state Commerce llcs of members of the Board Water Opponents of the Housto Sec Page 8 Pn critic of the oncr n mr roups to join it in forming the chains on a small foreign car GOOD After he was taken around to Tho elcction bv a rOaring voice the police he described vote nndcd tne congress after a himself by turn as a nuclear ltuous final session of Head Digger for the Texas Western Miners is the title worn an electronic engineer and a government He was I booked while police decided whe Earlicr the Congress with new revolutionary confederajrnc car resembled one owned by the The delegates also proposed Last another Oregonlby comely Bonnie of handful of other resolutions family disappeared in the El a coed junior at Texas wmcn jasica mosi wlth attacks on Martin of his wife also of El The and three young daughters set allgirl Gold Digger squad is ng United 23 President Eisenhower closed out his Georgia vacation today with business and golf before a mid afternoon takeoff for Washing Back in the Eisenhow er will jump into a round of including another one Tuesday on his new and wind up preparations for his unprecedented good will expe dition The acting White House Press Wayne told newsmen The presidents schedule is going to be very heavy this The chief executive and Eisenhower plan to spend Thanksgiving at the White Hawks One item of business today was the designation of a minister to Bulgaria the first ther the v the Cuban confederation See Page 2 from the antiCommunist Inter These included a denunciation out on a trip to the mountains a yeararound booster group for to this Iron Curtuin country See Page 8 See Page 8 the AP Wirephoto since relations were cut off in Thc president named care diplomat Edward Washington to the Pa has been in the diplomatic vice since serving In su posts as Moscow ai Since 1956 the 54yearo n Page has been consul generj in An agreement was earlier his year to renew dlpll between t and Bulgar matic relations United States Hawks Bulgaria announced today th her minister to this country w be Peter Tho president turned up ills temporary office at Augus National Golf Club at S30 t worked for an ho on and was on the fl tee of the course at T was his twelfth round ot In 12 See Page   

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