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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - November 24, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                j V j f I r THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Fair and mild through Wednesday with mild days and cool Thermometer Readings 8 9 1 10 11 1 12 II 51 55 I 59 61 62 63 Complete Weather Report on Market Daily Sun and SeniWariJy Mornin MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW some electronics gov ernments trading CHICAGO light gen eral steady late sell steady nearby months to 50 cents lower top steers steady to 25 cents lower top LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS 146 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS r MTLK DELIVERY BY in the Snohomish Valley of Northwest Washington were forced to deliver milk cans by boat when rising rivers flooded the rich Many roads were inundated or washed out and scores of families evacuated their AP Wire photo OKLAHOMA CHORAL FETE DISRUPTED Buses Warming For Trips Home Receive Blame 24 Carbon monoxide fumes disrupted a huge choral festival and sent some 500 high school Steel Processors Study Suit RAIL COMMISSION GIVEN GAS RATE HIKE BATTLE 24 UP Therdustrial users eventually will students to hospitals and first Railroad Commission beget the higher nid stations Monday deliberations today on the What is the fair Many were ill with carbon Jongsimmering gas rate increase value of Lone SAN steel processors to day studied a government civil suit charging they conspired to eliminate competition in steel bars for concrete in seven west ern The government filed suit Monday in District 24 The government is moving back into the steel labor negotiations in an effort to head off a new Preliminaries start Wednesday In conferences among chief of SLEEPERS ARE SPRAYED WITH DEATH At Least Seven Several Are Hospitalized 24 UP thc Federal Mediation and returning to Mld clliatlon announcedwav Airport dua to a warn Umt hig confer Wed plowed into a house in nesday with the threemember ramv just before dawn factfinding panel set up by todav nnd a President Eisenhower to deal Weary rescue teams continued working today to evacuate per sons stranded by floodwaters In northwest Thousands of acres of low lands were under water but there were indications some rivers were gradually The Snoqualmie River which peaked Monday 13 dropped to feet this morn six inches below flood Other streams also were report ed dropping had varying degrees of vide AH Due Release and Thfi companv ciaims it Twentyone students remained William Murray listened to da the in in hospitals this morning and all two hours of complex arguments crease js not were expected to be released Monday between Lone Stars at later Some students torneys and representatives of City Atty Henry Kuforclng steel Fabricators stayed here many of 320 Texas lcera and Fort Worth Oakland be dissolved and them because one or two of faces a busy fellow passengers were T j B m m m J ft L J 1 Eisenhower is back On his agenda are more unable to leave Monday mission the company 1B in the White House today for 10 conferences on the draft The youngsters were part of seeks to increase its rates back clend ln Wiin MunBUU1B of desk cleaning in prepaing of the administrations 1960 more than Oklahoma high to the 1942 level by boosting the Warren J Collins genThe compialnt sad they C0nspirby Ve abor The Green River was still on ratyioti his good legislative singers from 109 schools price charged its distributing oral to rwtplct the men were work on the January State of taking part in the eighth anjcompanlea from 30 to 40 cents and San the however and the j missi b d ley towns of Kent and Auburn south of here were still hard Sheriffs officers and Coast Guardsmen were kept bW ad inthe G een where he had spent a dozen First on todays schedule was mixing work and Vallev a meeting with Paul Henri i About 200 school and chartei About midnight 3 Secretary General of the busses were parked around the hower will be off again on a North Atlantic Treaty Organifieldhouse and about halfway An motorfiymg tour to 11 countries in zation Secretary of State Christhrough the performance many ist was missing and it was fearEuropei Asia and That tan Herter and Randolph drivers started the engines to ed he may have become the sec1trip wiu take 19 dayS with a this countrys ambaswarm the busses for the trip NEW 24 An end a Weldon OSU firm have developed a efficient internal combustion engine with only two moving w i TJ u KT i i Some Missing distribution system has Ne Finnegan would not give any At least 11 persons were taken Commission Chairman E nest been makinp a meaRer per Utah and but it is taken for grantto hospitals for treatment of in M n vt tfl wmi i rt t jt I lit t t t f i I ed the sessions signal Four persons were re William get serioua negotiations goported but officials asked that the Western again soon after unable to say whether they were Included among the un The TaftHartloy law Injunc1 identified tion that sent the strikers back The from New York to work will expire nnd crashed three Restarting negotiations now blocks from the southeast COP a settlement is about in ner of the nations busiest alrl the schedule aet a square network of run ways and terminal buildings on southwest d impede small ordered back jnto the mnig Nov I TWA w New York said used noncompetitive and U uncicr the TaftHartley law plane had landed in Chicago collusive bids to control the discharged cargo and taken off market in the rough pian was to give the dust again when a fire warning lengthy I ing steel used in concrete known a couple of weeks to settle beflashed on the instrument They argued it also would cutjas fore resumption of active efJThe pilot began circling to land Texas CHieS w emu in a hearing which first countered that it and 1B other d in January before a comRjat Lone Star actually an Bethlehem and I LB IJcI CRrl L COril moil SLOUit AAnrmltinl including and be declared conspirators violation of antitrust line Cheap Engine Development Announced for a step save the consumer money in the end by not having to pay for f ond fatality of the areas worst to Washington to floodin 26 A woman Between now and departure torist was killed in a mountain pass cartruck mishap Sunday IMV V Chamber Lists con the night the storm The State Patrol said the missing man was George Scha ake who was to have returned to Ellensburg from Seattle via Snoqualmie Pass Sunday A badlywrecked regis Directors Named From Balloting Announcement was m ad e tered to was found Tuesday of the seven new amid mud and debris on a chamber of Commerce direc Snoqualmie River beach near tors selected by mail balloting North The its winof the entire membership from dows was a list of 14 nominees previously There was still no immediate selected by a mail relief in sight despite the lower Manager Dick Knight an ing of some The damage nounced the names of those to rich farmlands and homes elected in alphabetically was expected to run into milnot by the popular vote re See Page 10 Export Coiton Sales Higher Eisenhower and Spaak ferreidfoV 45 afterward they discussed mat ters which will be up for con sideration when the NATO For eign Ministers meet in Paris next Asked whether he is concern ed about the possibility of a re duction of American military See Page 10 Seniors Teacher Gone FLOWER 24 high school English teacher in this West Texas town Drawn By 10 The CurtissWright and NSU Werke of West Germany developed the engine Monitors Win Initial Round Against Hoiia 24 Courtappointed monitors of the arSTa SS the big boats Planes or Industrial They obtained from The engine requires no Judge Dickinson Letts ing powers to investigate their rods or any other similar parts Hoffa had mistreouired in a reciprocating pis See GAS Page 7 Deny Saunders New Trial On Perjury Count themselves the work load of the commisl steel companies make these rebars out of smooth but sell smooth bars to fabricators Cor processing into or even directly to contractors for processing on the The suit charges that the fab ricators induced the steel mills to refuse to sell rebars directly to contractors and to channel bar 24 I stock through the 12 accused Insurance Commission Chairman I processing See Page 9 Hometimes forts to promote the TH Injunction rune a settle See Page 10 a See Page 9 Merchant Says Genei Sefs Dales For I Are Limited Assembly Star t Byron Saunders was refused a 24 secretary of State LivlngstojJC Merchant declared today thd United States recognizes that CurtissWright Chairman Roy new trial today for Hurley said the motor com Saunders was sentenced by bines the best features of the Judge Mace Thurman to two reciprocating piston engine and the gas or He said it will go into years in A jury recently found that he lied to a House In pio iveatigattng Committee looking into the ICT insurance Saunders is now an attorney at His attorneys gave notice of Board Rejects Eiiort To End Trinity Hearing General Motors its sovereignty over the motive assembly lines shut down Panama Canal zone remains appeal and Saunders was relcasl 4 ed on a One of the Board of Water Engineers connecting WM DUt Used again today to take 1m I AM a t A n CGI Those named to threeyearlhas been charged with controversial hearing terms were Steele of which the senior class used funds of Detroit Local ton The only moving ncwed objections raised by two dams asked for the uajs uuiinb umt manager of the Navarro Hotel had collected for its class anhioffa is president of the parts the new engine are the gaundcrs attorneys at the trial Trinity George well as the and the that tnc indictment specifying Alex n No price has been set on the Ljle offense of perjury was deSan since 11 by a steel shortwith the government of will begin car assembly again Panamanian titular sovereign John GM in name only said assembly plants to over the Canal Zone has been start up 13 days hence are policy for more than 53 iliac at Corvair at Wilvears low and Chevrolet Merchants statement was at made at Tocumen Airport as Ohio and the undersecretary departed Enough components will be for Washington after a fiveday Boh Long of mediate action on to Between rnm inLO o WASHINGTON cotton for export slightly more than 80 per above a year The Agriculture of Medical Artg Clinic B1 said today that sales since Middleton of Bryson and with his father in the owner Charges of felony theft were ship and operation of Big 4 fjied against Robert Letts said he would issue subengine But a company They argued then that formally asked loday Shoe Store Matt former atpoenas asked by the gajd it Would be low be1perjury is an offense which or ner in the law firm with and Onetime assistant ancl would authorize a them brother of Dawson and oC law at the Univertake testimony under oath con Qf Gxotic son Tom Cooper nf nvinhnmn Icerning financial transactions of Eady Insurance Company and former mayor Louis Gib of School OConnellLocal 299 said that as class had custody of in that thcy establish 2 total 2 This comM the annual Halloween Car violatcd a court pares with about in the n head of the in class party he should be remOved as corresponding period last Jstock exchange firm bearing his from a baking contest and I resident Of the international Officials are predicting 8 The other seven nominees Start Installing Holiday Lights Corsicanaa streets began Mon See Page 7 exports for the full season about 512 million bales comoriginal 14 were Charles OConnell He was pared with about two million Jamea Carroll P lgranted a weekend leave to vis m 1 1 I f I i from the class talent anfl put on trial special festal ofl Tipton joined the faculty his expulsion as a union memKf that heraidg the approach of I the Yuletide Season as crews Keel Due reduced Luther it his family in Chairman Martin F ODonog the erpct hue of the threemember panel If eet u PORTSMOUTH The keel for the bales last Lower S Dr Bill Pa1 While authorities look for Tiplof monitors told newsmen he in compehtion abroad and anrf Jim OConnell and members of tended eventually to offer Ustl listed Serving as the the Ion of the an atomic submarine with ights and decora hbutton controlS WBS lo be k the Panama and the United sajdt At the same time Panama an saidnil other GM car nounced it had instructed ita ana truck divisions nnd the balembassy in to thislance of Chevrolet will resume tinue efforts to have Panama a operation Dec 14 on a fiveday ral8cd l These divisions disorders here on 3 the anniversary of Panamas aepar from when llpanls parta ftnd accessoiies nlso arc crowds attempted to cross into Canal Zone to piant the Id recalls will increase the nfixt two wccks r riVf lints ImH nc mnnv 5 should be filed five days before a The1 hoard held that Popeslemploycs idled as a result crowds tore down the Nov motion would be filed for consteel It had recalled Has at the Moi sideration but there would be approximately by the end than 80 persons were of last week and additional Other disorders are feared tolcause of its simplicity and abonly be committed in a judicial poned until permission cause or its and that a legislative heen gained from Army are recalKng employes for investipntinff committee does not necrs for a construction P10 production of ject on a navigable Victor attorney for one of the app Other GM divisions supplying that Panamanian They wer repulsed at the zone border b GM has had as many as anci firemen with tea 000 of its hourly rated gaa ancl In Panamal Tlno stocks in major consuming countries were said to be fac tors contributing to the big in crease in See Page 7 11CJ1 UliU school board have dipped inmony in court concerning Local their own pockets to financial Savings NEW L More than 100 million dollars in savings deposits are jeopardiz ed by a nationwide New York Louis Lefko witz said He said an almost insolvent Insurance company operating out of a back room In is the insurer of sav ings accounts in eight savings and loan Lefkowitz obtained a state su preme court order to examine 46 witnesses in his investiga tion of the international opera The attorney general said at a news conference that the sav ings and loan associations soli cited deposits through mail and newspaper advertising offering a 5 per cent He identified the Tangier firm as the International Guaranty and Insurance The court order signed by Justice Jacob named three institutions in two in Idaho and one each in Washington and Maryland Leftkowitz contended that the Insurance company does not have sufficient assets to insure the Funds M Jeopardized depositors He said the Savings and Loans Associa tions knew or should have known that false and fraudulent statements were contained in their own promotional litera ture and in the promotional lit erature of Among those ordered to ap pear for questioning were Stewart of 2 Cliff describ ed by Lefkowitz as the master ful planner of the Howard McGrath of 1000 Connecticut former Attorney General and former Governor of Rhode Leftkowitz said an Interna tional Guaranty and Insurance news release in April 1958 identified McGrath as chairman of the firms He said a letter from McGraths attor ney stated that the former at torney general never had any financial interest in this compa Leftkowitz said the eight sav ings and loan associations were endangering the funds of their depositors by not insuring with an agency of the govern To obtain such federal insur ance a savings and loan association or institution must present a portfolio of as sets and said the eight associa tions apparently could not pro the attorney general the eight firms placed their insurance with International Guaranty and Insurance The eight associations named in the affidavit submitted by Lefkowitz to the court were Idaho Savings and Loan Prudential Savings and Loan Utah Savings and Loans Security Savings mas The Christmas lights will be turned on Friday night follow ing the observance of Thanks giving ric com the con tract from the Chambers retail trade committee to erect and dismantle the Lights will be placed on Bea Fifth and Coilin streets as they were last year Denton removed Itself Mon laid today at the Portsmouth Ljay the list of cities op Soc Page 10 See Page 9 Nnxnl posing the two new Scheduled for delivery to the The long controversial hear fleet in the Tinosa will beling on the filed by sister ship of the an and the Trinity River continued The State Board of Water Engineers decided Monday to recess the hearing from noon nuclear powered ine now under construc the same Her diving and steering oper ations will be controlled auto matically through a series of Sec Page 2 Feel Hed China Applying To Meeting By TOM OCHILTREE American and French diplolthen the presidential elec 24 UP matlc sources in Paris say the tion W0uld not be far and Diplomatic circles in London bemost logical date appears to fall Khrushchev possibly would pre lieve the date for the EastWest somewhere between the NOTHING TO 16monthold Commercial Savings and shows off her roller in0 Her and City Savings Mrs John Leer began to teach First Guaranty Savings Kitty to skate soon after she House Chicago Guaranty McGraths according nfimr with the new presl summit conference is getting week in April and the end or i ratnor than outgoing farthnr and farther But officials in Paris and Bonn says They agree that it can t be set g maintftin there the meeting with Soviet Premier before Khrushchev will support Prime Minis Nikita Khrushchev still is likely visit France for two weeks be Macmillans continu before ginning March French confidence that Diplomatic observers here cite ident Charles De Gaulle will p y the full schedule of engagements in Britain April Following for the worlds chief political Western discussion of the Q setback whcn Khrushchev And they see signs that Khrushchev visit plus time re Communist China is trying to quired for technical call for a slower ap put the brakes on negotiations merits could take up another ch lo between Russia and the two Mrhpn hfi agrccd to visit in that lost y summit can be They say his hopes received a when a new will be in Amfiricanlsomctlmes In thua the Whitela summit date back some has There is a feeling here that See Page 9 learned to walk at 13 BUt West German Savings Lee gays Kitty practices Felix Von Eckardt skating about an hour a the prevailing either at home or at a skating AP Wirephoto Bonn is that the me be held in much of his interest in an East newspapers point out that by See Page 7 ANOTHKR Nance Garner looks over h birthday cake at his home in as he celebrated nil Ulst Thc a replica of the log cabin in which former vicepresident was was presented to him by friends AP Wirephoto I L   

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