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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - November 25, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                4 THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Generally warmer this afternoon and tonight er late Thermometer Readings 81 9 I 10 I 11 I 12 It 2 fair cool 50 56 64 1 68 70 J 72 74 Complete Weather Report on Market Hone of DM 147 LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS 1959 PAGES MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW ed selected issues in BondsMixed corporates selling in new crop CHICAGO rowly mixed late high er light meager deal to 25 cents higher top steers steady to 50 cents lower top PRICE FIVE CENTS EDUCATION ISSUES ARE MAIN TOPICS Governor Asks For Suggestions On Financing 25 legislators had the opportunity today to make or break Price Daniels drive for a fourth special session of Legislature to pass a thlrdoftheway Hale Aikin school Daniel solicited reaction Tues day In letters to the members of the Legislature for a teachers pay raise and school improve ments to the tune of 30 million dollars the first year and 34 mil lions the Covers Lobby Demands His letter covers demands of the powerful teachers lobby which last August advised school administrators and teachers the complete 100 million dollar a I PLANE CRASH of plane year program is not and houses cover a residential area near Chica The slimmed down program Midway Airport after a TransWorld Air now calls for an increase In the 25 of State Christian Herter thinks the Western AGENCIES PA RECORD INTEREST 25 posted on FNMA he is by no means sure The Federal National Mortgage was per on a 100 milthey will be able to do so in the has announced 200 million dollar offering of sixmonth summit discussions now fore lion dollar public offering of securities on ninemonth debentures carrying The proceeds are to be used This cautiously hopeful view a per cent Interest the to redeem million dollars was expressed by Herter at aT At the Pentagon a spokesman highest ever paid by the worth of 3 34 per news conference Tuesday when said Weaver is entitled to his FNMA Stanley cont debentures dated April he struck back at criticism of own opinion but those opinions Baughman said the secondary which will mature on Ul administrations Berlin not shared at thc Defense market operations debentures repay borrowing from titude by former Secretary of State Dean Acheson in a speech made through FNMAs fiscal ast Week 25 Phil Weaver RNeb said today American armed forces in the Philippines are victims of extortion and sometimes with approval of Philippine He reported finding these con ditions during a recent tour of the Pacific area as a member of the House Defense Appropria tions He said in a statement the conditions he found in the Phil ippines are winked at or open ly approved of by perhaps the most corrupt governmental or ganization in the will be dated 10 and will I the be issued In denominations The new offering and lines cargo plane missed the approach In land ing during a predawn rain and crashed in the AP Wirephoto state minimum salary schedule of a month which would lift the beginning salary to on a 9month school It also includes a a month increment for each year of teaching an increase of pe rteacher for mainten ance and operation costs in the peril of low 25 aircraft to classroom and a raise of per bus in transportation reimtlesidents of dwellings near busy Wants Quick Replies Daniel asked for lawmakers airports was being studied to day by investigators of a flam ing crash of a cargo plane near reaction by includingany Midway See Page 11 Of the 11 iri Tues only 3 were aboard the giant TWA SuperH Con stellation that three blocks short of a The other 8 victims were asleep in dwellings smashed and set afire by the crippled Thirteen other persons were An apartment building and Two three homes were demolished as of Dallas delegation to the Legthough a bomb had struck the islature served notice today they peaceful neighborhood near tho take a dim view of Price worlds busiest airport handling Daniels proposals for a special more than takeoffs and session to consider school problandings every Much of Chicagos air Ben Atwell and Ben including movements of all Jet Lewis indicated they doubted air line has been diverted whether such a session would the last few years to OHare Dallas Solons Feel Politics Behind Polling be beneficial and chided Daniel Inlernatiom il Airport on he for seeking legislators northwest side but the The governor mailed Tuesday to House and H r Problem of lowflying aircraft ette s over residences still Senate Chicagos official concern members seeking advice on by John head of the CHy Council Avia proposed January Its not up to its up to tion who said the Lewis No matter what the causes of If he thinks there is a need this it points up the for a special the Constiover present hazard of having tution gives him the right to big airplanes passing low over call He shouldnt be askheavily built up city communt ing our Lewis added hints that he We cant imagine what a doubts that the need is inspired proper solution to this difficulty by anything other than If there was such a Midway is a onemilesquare terminal on the southwest side m 1 J 1 4 1F school proposals should have wWch aviation authorities said special he Lnjovg a good safety record in I dont favor a special session terms Of the volume of traf unless there is a real necessity fjCt its up to the governor to determine that See Page 2 Laid out in the pioneer days of flying when the size See Page 10 Fraud India Communists Nehru Attacked NEW 25 Shouting Shame members of the Indian Parlia ment vociferously backed up a strong attack by Prime Minister Nehru on Indias Com Nehru said he bad been Information amazed and ashamed at recent demonstrations In in which local Communists backed Communist China in its border dispute with Business Will Suspend Here Thanksgiving Business will be at a stand still in Corsicana and Navarro county Thursday while the an nual Thanksgiving Day observ ance is No athletic events are slated in Corsicana other than golf matches at the local Several religious services will be held in various sections of the with the downtown un ion service as sponsored by the Ministerial Alliance due at 8 Wednesday at the Christian church with Floyd pastor of the First Methodist bringing the Sectional services are slated in West and South west Courthouse and city ex cept law enforcement agencies and city fire post and all government al will be closed for the Classes will be dismissed this afternoon for the Corsicana schools and Navarro Junior Col NEW 25 State Louis Lef kowitz accusation that some 100 million dollars in savings deposits are imperiled by fraud is described by a savings and loan official as a recital of old Norman executive vice president of the United States Savings and Loan Lea said In Chicago Tuesday that the California insurance commissioner more than a year ago had seized the California as sets of the International Guar anty and Insurance of Tan Lefkowitz said jeopardy to the deposits in eight different sav ings and loan associations not insured by the federal govern ment stemmed from the fact that they were insured by thp Tangier The New York attorney gen eral said the International Guaranty and Insurance op erates out of a oneroom office in Tangier and does not have adequate assets to guarantee the In San Francisco Su perior Court Judge Preston De vine approved a settlement to complete International Guaran tys liquidation in California Under the Interna tional will put up cash to pay off all claims in the A statement issued in San Francisco by Henry who identified himself as Ameri can counsel for International Guaranty said Internationals solvency is demonstrated by Its deposit of in cash in California to insure prompt pay ment of all possible The National League of In sured Savings issued a statement in Washington toda commending Lefkowitz f o r bringing public attention advertising by some five or six small savings and loan associa It added how his comments have created some confusion over the safety of accounts In all savings and loan See Page 2 See Page 10 am I to say to people reject the soil from which they spring and the nationality which gives them protection Nehru At this point members of thc lower house Veteran ob servers could recall no com parable explosion of shouts in the history of the The two dozen Communist members sat Nehru threatened action against Indian Communists and others who got too far in siding with He warned There are certain limits in movements of national Tf any individuals or groups be in an antinational or anti patriotic the time comes tn See Page 2 Good Holiday een 25 Generally pleasant weather Is forecast for Thanksgiving Day over much of the Some snow and rain are ex from the upper Mississippi Valley through the Great Lakes pails of the Ohio and Tennessee Valleys and northern New England A revised national weather outlook report at 9 EST today said A generally pleasant Thanks giving Day is in store for much of the nation Mostly fanweather with clear to partly cloudy skies be features from the Pacific Coast through thn groat plains into the Gulf Coast the and along the immediate East Coast into southern New Hampshire and The highest previous interest Central Labor Council Names Officer Staff A slate of officers nominated and elected by acclamation highlighted a meeting of the Corsicana Central Labor Coun cil Tuesday at in tho Knights of Pythias They are Annie Mae reflected president r Joe second president Mclvin fi nancial secretary Lester Baum recording secretary Robert sergcanlatarms Evant Louise Onstott and Ethel all The slate will become officers in Joe president of Local gave a report on the recent State AFLCIO meet ing at San He also pre sented some political ideas of interest to the group for the coming Gaines reported on a trip to Gonzales Rehabilitation hos The Navarro County COPE Is circulating petitions for people to sign an appeal to have the poll tax AH delegates present gave reports from their respective lo Mexico Press Raps Mikoyan For Blast MEXICO 25 Two leading newspapers blasted Soviet Deputy Premier Anastas Mikoyan Tuesday for using Mexico as a platform to criticize this countrys good neighbor to the Novedades called the officials diplomacy on his current visit to Mexico coarse and of bad Excelsior said Mikoyan can continue enjoying Mexican hos pitality and saying what he likes but without trying to create for us useless conflicts or bad understandings toward See Page 2 John ew York and a nation wide selling group of securities 25 UP The State Department made no Acheson contended that anefl A spokesman for the Philip fort to make a Berlin deal Plne embassy here questioned with Russia would result simpPother Weaver had been in tho ly in a defeat for the NePhllfPln to sum Acheson the Weaver was only a misleading phrase A 30year high for interest a retreat and an acceptance shortterm governmental borlof Russian rowing was set Tuesday when See Page 2 Will Di Marias Friend ROSSIS vorce Americans Offer ThoughtProvoking Replies For What Are YOU Thankful Editors Note Americans everywhere count their bless ings at For those in the public the holiday also is a time for tak ing Here are some of their special reasons for giv ing By The Associated Press Giving thanks at Thanksgiv ing can mean gratitude for many To underscore the deeper meaning of the the As sociated Press asked a number of prominent Americans this question On what are the things in your own life you have most cause to ne thankful for Thought provoking replies came from figures well known in the Here is what they have to say Paul Dudley Bos ton heart find it impossible to speak of any one circumstance for which 1 am There are many to both general and per In the first as a phy I am particularly thank ful for what has happened in morlicine during my lifetime in the with the remark able advances that have But I realize at the same time much more remains to be especially with the new challenge to health that in some ways may have been the result of the faulty use made of our As a I am aiso thank ful that medical science can at this juncture of world history play such a role In the improve ment in the lot of not only in our own counry but es pecially in many parts of the world where there Is stir much suffering among the underpriv We doctors have the op portunity during the next gen eration to contribute toward the happiness and peace of the not onty by our contribu tions to the health of the but at the same time by jur ef forts to improve health and the spirit Vice President Richard Nix have countless reasons to thank God on this As I think of the meaning of I cant help but find running through my mind the oppressions I have seen on trips to totalitarian See Page 10 See Paga 2 Negro Robber Savagely Beats Wiie NEW 25 UP An elderly physician who treat ed the poor without fee was savagely beaten In his East Side office Tuesday by a robber apparently seeking nar The doctors wife was beaten unconscious when she rushed to her husbands The and Phineas suffered skull fractures and were In critical Claude charged condition at Gouverneur Hos Herter told questioning re porters that what Acheson had done was to build up a number of straw men and then knock them Acheson he that Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev is standing on the same position he proclaimed t See Page 10 Slaughter 25 Tin wife of Aristotle the Greek shipping magnate who has squired opera singer Maria Callas about ean pleasure today sued for It was the second marriage to hit the rocks in the wake the friendship between multiwith of was pnal millionaire and the found Builty nnd was asscflsed who 35yearold years In prison by a distrlct WHH because of chronic court iurv here Illness but still treated thosp Given 5 Years On Dope Charge Athlna Tina Mary Ona filed her suit In New AfUr one hour of who couldnt afford treatment thc rcached Hs decision at was alone in his of Mate Supremo In 7 pmp bringing to an end when the robber she seeks custody of couples two AlexanTuesday nt 10 ceedings which had started He was clubbed to the floor and When rushed Slaughter expressIn from the living quarters of Papers in matrimonial suits led little emotion as the jury anthe she also was in New York are not made pub Adultery in the only grounds for divorce under New York Onassis issued a state ment saying I had hoped that Onassis loved our children enough and respected our pri vacy sufficiently to meet with me and try to solve their prob But this was not to she I deeply regret that Onassis leaves me no alterna live other than a New York suit for The Englishborn Onassis had flown to New York last while her hus band was showing Miss Callas about the night clubs on South ern European resort See Page 2 nouncnd its Salman managed to phone the According to testimony of law But when they arrived Slaughter was arrested both man and his wife were ONLY 1 HOLDS PASTM Fuels And Clothing Higher 25 Living costs rose to a new peak n It was the sixth new record set in seven The Labor Department an nounced today that its consum er price index rose twotenths of one per cent to per cent of the 194719 base This is 1 12 per cent higher than In October Sonic Pay Hikes As a result of the about workers will get ncreases under labor contracts which call for costofltvlng ad The rise for most of them will be one cent an workers are principally in farm electrical man ufacturing and aircraft pro duction About workers In Lock heed Aircraft and the Allls ChaJmers farm equipmentcom panies will get 2centhouriy pay Gas Tax Helps A major factor In the cost ofllving increase was in trans dealer prices for new 1060 model autb plus the effect of the See Page n Couri Decides Florida School Law Is Invalid NEW 25 Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has overruled the use of Floridas pupil assign ment law as a means of post poning integration of public In a decision the appeals court reversed a 1958 district court decision denying further action by tho plaintiffs mission to who sought par attend schools of last May 5 on n small road just off the Oak Valley Accord ing to ho had In his possession matter of narcotic Charges against a second per son arrested at the same time and Jack were earlier following a See Page 11 Engineer Quits Explanation The 25 VP Thc represented by resignation of tho State Water cards chief engineer remain iJUtLI U 3 U111U1 CllliIlCCI 1 lillltllll County Attorney Jimmy called eight witnesses represented by and Julius Corsicana called Actual testimony lasted only explanation McDonald W e 1 n e r t said Tuesday he had He denied a report he quit In con flict with a member of the ments lasted an from 5 to 6 Judge James Sewell pre The Houston Chronicle Wcinert resigned In a hassle I I f with board member their While not ruling directly on the constitutionality of the placement the appellate court said The district court rend ered final judgment declaring the article of the state constitu tion and the section of the state statutes under attack to be vlolatlvo of the Fourteenth as admittedly they but denying any further relief to the We cannot agree with the district court that the pupil assignment law or even an Im plementing resolution opening the way for a pupil to apply to a school of his met the requirements of a plan of de segregation of the schools or constituted a reasonable start toward full compliance with See Page 11 Moon CAPE 25 moon is about to move across the sky like a target in a celestial shooting gallery and he UnlUt States is ready to take a shot at Thc attempt could come Thurs A towering AtlasAble rocket stands on its pad waiting the signal to blast into Standing nearly 10 stories tho rocket holds a 375pound satellite which scientists hope will go into orbit about thc Thc moat favorable time for the attempt is a fourday per iod starting The chance of success is greater in this period because the paths of the earth and the an they orbit about thc arc most closely The task is tough because missilemen have only a few minute time bracket each dny LETS BE Jay seems to be hav4ngljn which to launch the Atlas a hard time making friends with Gobbler during a visit iu frightened by the 25pound bird will probabThe optimum period occurs ly enjoy his presence more when he becomes the main part ofinnly every 28 the Thanksgiving Day AP Wirephoto failure to get the rocket off by Sunday would mean a postpone ment until late If the fourstage AtlasAble would take 2 12 days to reach tho vicinity of the about miles Then retro reverse rockets are to be Ignited by ground signal to slow thc payload so it will be attracted by the lunar gravitational Thc UnKnd States hopes to be the first nation to place a satellite in orbit about the Scientists here believe this would be a greater achievement than either of Russias last two lunlx One of these hit the Thc other hurled a satellite into a wide around the moon and the The payload contains a camera to photograph the lunar Including the dark Side which Lunik III captured onj film for the first The AtlasAbel satellite also contains instruments to study and relay information on the moons See MOON Page 2   

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