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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - November 27, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL to partly clou dy through Saturday rather cold this af ternoon and tonight with low near Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 I 12 II 2 36 I 36 40 42 44 46 48 Complete Weather Report on Market ElHomeonht Daily Sun and SemiWetHy Morning lia LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW ular tobaccos aircrafts governments Cotton commission house CHICAGO scattered liqui hedge Lower with to 25 cents higher top steers steady top AP TELEMATS 149 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Hungary Remains Concern Cause ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Holiday Deaths Pass 200 Mark SNOW STRIKES TEXAS PANHANDLE With the first measurable snow of the season In the Smith and hitched up their Samoyed dogs for a quick trip through the snow on a AP Wirephoto CubaDueBeltTightening WEATHER SLOWS TOLL SOME AREAS Texas New York Leading In Total Victims DEATHSATAGLANCE By The Associated Tress Traffic 163 Fires 18 Miscellaneous 34 Total 213 Nehru Endorsed After Ultimatum March In Tokyo 27 i Ernesto Che left leaning leader in Fidel Castros official promised more belttightening for Cubans to day but said there would be no drastic changes in economic policy as he took over presid ency of the Cuban rational In an Interview with iemiofficial newspaper Revolu Guevara said his most im portant task will be to safe ircuard Cubas foreign exchange which presumably will fall even more before starting to improve in midJanuary the Btart of the sugar The Argentineborn revolution ary turned banker by Castro said he expects even further tightening of imports because of the foreign exchange Asked by Revolucion to com ment on unrest among Havana bank depositors when his ap pointment was announced Guevara said rumors planned substantial changes In the governments fi nancialsetup were logical but They are logical because the replacement of the expresident of the Felipe Pazos a conservative by one who is famous as an extreme radical Is certain to raise in the mind of bank depositors that I am go ing to take measures against their he they are he because this govern ment is seeking Invest ments and wants the don of money holders without any compulsive President Osvaldo Dorticos in New Space Shots Being Prepared CAPE 27 UP The United States pushed ahead with plans for another stab at space while Btill seeking the reason for the failure of its biggest moon In about two weeks at tempt will be made to propel a payload toward the vicinity of the planet Venus and into orbit about the The launching vehicle will be a ThorAble rock The nations latest space ef fort ended in disappointment Thanksgiving Day when a mam moth AtlasAble rocket fizzled shortly after it was fired in an attempt to put the first satellite into orbit around the The 10 stories high and the most powerful rocket By The Associated Press The nations extended Thanks giving holiday weekend was by fatal traffic acci sands of shouting Jap anese sugred through Tokyo streets today and invaded he grounds of the Parliament demanding an end to military ties with the United Police reported 371 persons were 23 SCHOOL DISTRICT BATTLE GETS UNDER WAY FRIDAY NEW 27 The Indian Parliaments Lower House overwhelmingly en dorsed Prime Minister Nehrus handling of the border crisis with Commuinst China today after Indias veteran leader told it to either support him or re place Only one or two Nos were ever assembled by this country was on its maiden It crashed hundreds of miles out in the Atlantic ocean i See Page 10 Cotton Election Set December 15 A grower referendum on con tinuance of federal marketing controls on peanut and cotton crops will be held December according to an Associated Press release Friday from Washing Navarro county how will vote only in the cot ton classification since peanuts are not extensively produced The quotas must be approved by at least twothirds of the growers voting to become oper as has been the case in previous Will manager of the ASC was out of town un til early next He is ex pected to reveal additional de 1 sites for One American In 250 Arrested By Army Drive tary investigators today an nounced the arrest of more than 250 persons in a roundup of counterrevolutionary suspects in the Holguin of Eastern Oriente The arrests were made in simultaneous raids on a number of Reports from Holguin said a North American identified as William Fuller no resi dence given is among those an attorney and owner of sugar cane was arrested as he left a movie thea tre at reports In the Institute of after its second stage failed to Scientists are studying tele metry data and launch movies o learn the Focal point of the tion was a mysterious piece of material that fell from the rock et about 30 seconds after The which appeared to be on spiraled slowly into the ocean a few miles off Officials theorized it was part of a protective fiberglass fairing hat covered the third stage and the 372pound The fair ng was to split in two and blow when the rocket was out side the earths dense atmos It is believed the fairing may have broken expos ing the upper stage and pay load to intense Had it been the See Page 7 Singer Given marred Whether the reason was un usual weather or the American tradition of staying close to home on this the death count was AVeather Factor powerful winds and rain raked many sections of the country from 6 Wed nesday the count of deaths from unusual causes The count will end at midnight local time The Associated Press made a survey of fatalities during a recent fourday nonholiday per Traffic deaths then totaled A case to determine the valid ity of a decision of the county school involving the Cor sicana and Blooming Grove Among got under way f J i i U mn TTiirtaxr See Page 9 fc Texas Violence Toll Growing At Steady Face By The Associated Press Violent death came to 20 per sons in Texas during the open ing days of the long Thanks giving Traffic took 12 It was the most vio lent demonstration since the 1952 May Day in which one Japanese was killed and 500 Twice the Leftistled estimated at to Stormed into the Parliament grounds and exultantly paraded the Red banners of the SOH YO labor federation while the lawmakers sat This is unprecedented Red flags In the Diet said SOHYO Secretary Gen Akira Iwai stu dents and teachers The at first peaceful and turned violent when police offered to let a limited number inside the Parliament grounds to present petition attacking the Japan Mutual Defense The crowd iago 6 in district court here Friday morning before visiting District Judge Examination and selection of the jury took up most of the so that only one person was questioned Vivian Mow civil engineer and county But Mowlam was questioned extensively by both the relators and He was still on the stand when Judge of called a recess at 12 noon until 1 The case is styled State of Ex Rel Blooming Grove Independent School District of Navarro et the County Board of Trustees of Navarro ct Agrarian Reform announced Its first formal and official ex propriation of farm land with the take over of the acre Hacienda Sevillaz proper ties in Oriente Prime Minister Fidel Castro signed the expropriation papers the official news paper of Castros 26th of July said the expropriated property was operated by the American controlled Cuban De See Page 7 Police Escort NEW A reportedly fearing re prisals for his charges that disc jockeys exacted payoffs from today was given a police escort from his Bronx A detective was sent to es cort Don to the district attorneys office for questioning reported moves to intimidate Anthony has claimed he was bled of by disc jockeys in New Philadel Washington and Baltimore to get them to air his songs re corded by a company he form ed SmokingCancer Turmoil Revived 27 The Public Health Service has issued a strong new warning on tobacco The weight of evidence implicates smoking as the main cause of the rising rate of lung The statement was issued Thursday by Surgeon General Leroy Burney in an article in the Journal of the American Medical It was the govern ments strongest statement to date linking smoking and can Burney said it was based partly on new Burneys warning immediately was attacked by tobacco inter ests as a warmed over rehash of old m scientific di rector of the Tobacco Industry Research said in New York the points in Bur neys article were first advanc ed some years ago in statistica studies that admittedly are not supported by experimental evi At Wat kins Abbitt who rep resents a major tobacco grow ng It is shock ng that a supposedly respons ble government official would castigate the entire tobacco in dustry on such flimsy statistical Burneys article took note of requent criticism of the evi dence linking smoking and lung He cited Littles previous criticisms But Burney noted that by law the Public Health Service must tell the medical profession and the public about anything af fecting public After re viewing the presently available evidence in he The Public Health Service be lieves that the following state ments are justified by studies to date The weight of evidence at present implicates smoking as the principal etiological causa See Page 5 Morocco Gets Weapons To Aid Defense 27 UP a million dollars worth of American were formal ly handed over today to Crown Prince Moulay chief of staff of the Moroccan armed by Ambassador Charles This contribution to the de fense capacity of Morocco in in tended to confirm the continued interest on the part of the Unit ed States in Morocco and the traditional friendship that exists between Americans and Moroc The Associated Press tabula tion started at 6 Wednes day and ends at midnight Sun The Texas figures do not neces sarily equal the national since the state tabulations in clude all violent while the national totals include only those connected with the Latest reported deaths include Gerald Ray Bon died in Dallas Friday of injuries suffered in a traffic collision 20 miles north of Green Two other persons were Damon Houston ne died of knife wounds in the stomach Thursday night in a fight at a Houston night Robert killed in a threecar accident near Beau mont Benito 6 months and Delores 18 died Thursday when kerosene in a can exploded in their home east of Ambrocio died in a car accident Thursday east of A twocar accident south of Victoria Thursday killed of Jack died Thursday in a twocar collision outside Fort Charlie San An New Security Steps Agreed In Philippines 27 UP and Philippine military com manders conferred for two hours today and reportedly agreed on new joint security measures for American bases Sparhman Will Probe Abuses Loans 27 Chairman John Sparkman D said today the Senate Housing Subcommittee will look into some practices by money lenders in the home loan busi The relators are seeking to have a decision made by the county board last August dis on the grounds that it among other arbitrary and dic if at all any decision was which will be some of the questions to be The decision of the county board allowed square miles of the Blooming Grove Independent School an area adjacent to the Corsicana Independent School to be disannexed from the former district and annexed to the lat It was the result of a petition presented by residents of the mile area seeking Mowlam took the stand short y before 11 as the first witness and under questioning from Lawyer rep Sec Page 9 Hussein Fears Red Iraq Coup Honors Berlin 27 Hussein of Jordan said today he fears turbulent Iraq may be taken over by the Communists heard in the thunderous voice vote which approved Nehrus The prime minister declared his policy of seeking a settle ment by mediation is not ap peasement and bluntly told Parliament he was ready to resign If it wanted another The packed house rang with cheers of support as he as sorted But in this Housa feels this this prime minister has got to face the then help and stand by Earlier in the debate Defense Minister Krishna Menon rejected opposition demands that he resign and Nehru took See Page 10 Jackson Says Schools Require Special Session Robert mem ber of the Legislature from Na varre In a statement issued Friday noon relative to proposed calling of a special session on the school EXECUTIONS UN INFORMED Soviet Military Stay In Country Despite Request UNITED 27 UP A special United Nations representative reported I today there was no visible change in the Hungarian situa tion which would warrant axation of interest and This declaration was made by 1 Sir Leslie Munro of New Zea former president of the ee Page 10 The conference was called hy Philippine Defense Secretary Alejo Santos in the wake of an American Congressmans de mand that the United States abandon this country as a Pa cific defense Phil Weaver R issued a statement in Washington Wednesday charg ing that a graftridden Philip pine government was openly harassing American servicemen and that there was mass loot ing of American property Weavers statement drew a storm of protest In marked by bitter references to ugly Americans and threats to abrogate treaties with the United But it also focused attention on a recent rash of crimes In military base par ticularly the Air Forces huge Clark air base north of In the past 30 days the Clark area has been the scene of four major armed including one in which two American housewives were ab See Page 5 Sparkman said some loan firms have been demanding ex cessive discounts from home builders and sellers before agreeing to make loans at the rates permitted on federally in surcd The maximum rates allowed are 514 per cent on veterans home loans and 5 34 per cent for those insured by the Fed eral Housing Sparkman said one case has come to his attention where a lender was demanding a clis of 14 12 per cent of the face of the loan from a He said demands In that area appear The senator told a reporter the subcommittee also will in vile the FHA to defend its re fusal to reduce the down pay at any There a very strong Marine Kidnaped By Red Chinese ments required of home buyers seeking FHAinsured He said he Is concerned b the slump in housing starts which he predicted will contin ue into The governments council of economic advisors figures tho number of new housing con struction starts has fallen from an annual rate of units in September to The National of Home Build ers has appointed a special committee to meet here 2 and 3 to work out appeals to Congress and executive agencies for steps to pep up the Sparkman said It seems the government is purposely work See Page 10 chance that the Communists will take the king It doesnt give us his king dom a chance to relax It could happen at any mo I certainly hope It does The youthful desert monarch made his statement to news man during reception in West Berlins city Mayor Willy Brandt was present and listened Husseins cousin Faisal was the king of Iraq until July when he was murdered The assassination paved the way for the present govern mcnt of headed by Pre mier Ahdel Karlm Sec Page 10 Payrolls Still Growing 27 Harry Byrd DVa re ported today federal em1 ployes totaled in Octo an increase of over in the monthly report of the Committee on Reduction of Nonessential Federal Spend ing which he said civilian jobs in the military services de creased In the Civilian agencies boosted their employment total hy he said he feels that the problem s such that it be long forestalled and that he would return to Austin to help solve Lhe educational Gov ernor Daniel is expected to call a session After pointing out the gov ernors letter was not a surprise to him because consideration of of the Halo Alken is of such great magnitude and sufficient ly pressing in nature that it can not be long Jack son added that it had caused im Jackson and other mem bers of the Legislature a groat deal of Jackson stressed his effort to cast his vote on every issue he fore the Legislature in the in terests of a majority of those iie represented and In the best interest of the State of pointing out he felt a legislator holds a position of trust and should represent the will of the See Page 7 General He was I named last year to use his InI fluence to end alleged represf sions which started In Hungary after the 1956 Denied Admission Munro said although he I had been denied admission to I there had been sub1 stantlal information that trials and executions were He also asserted there was an I imminent possibility of further I I The report was made public I amid a flurry of excitement over r the death of Povl I former UN political who I was fired last year in connecl tlon with a UN inquiry Into the I Hungarian I One of the reasons for his dlsl missal was his refusal to turnl over to his superiors a list off Hungarian refugees who hadI given In secrefcXtol the UN FactFinding I Debate Anticipated I The General Assembly Is See Page 10 Texas Chilled Ice And Snow In Panhandle Yost said at the cere In view of the imminence of President Eisenhowers visit to the American gesture is of extreme import ance said the crown The consignment of military the first given by the United States to ac tually has been in Moroccan possession since It com prises four armored personnel four 105 mm Howitzers and six 106 mm recoil less rifles mounted on jeeps four mortars mounted on 34 ton trucks and two quadruple ma chine guns mounted on 34 ton plus Morocco ordered a billion francs worth of arms from Czechoslovakia about a year ago but French authorities con fiscated part of the aboard the Yugoslav freighter The French claimed the Czech arms actually were destined for the Algerian The State Department report ed today that an American Ma rine guard at the Consu late in had been kidnaped and held several hours by the staff of the Chinese Com munist Apparently a Red Chinese de fector he was protecting was also snatched by the Commun the Department The released after sev eral hours upon the insistence of Bombay is Rob ert Armstrong of Cal The wouldbe defector from Communist China was identi fied in the State Department as Chang a representa tive of the Chinese ImportEx port in The spokesman said Armstrong had bruises on hi but was otherwise The incident apparently arose over a Chinese who was seeking lolitical The spokesman said the Chang Chien called at the Consu ate presented a visit ng card in the name of the China National Import and Ex port and asked to see the Consul William Turner was out but Chien Yuh vas seen by American officials and signed statements that he was seeking Chien Yuh said he did not wish to return to the Chinese onsulate and Armstrong took him to a cottage at n beach resort some 15 miles out side where both spent the This morning Armstrong found Chien Yuh waiting outside the He also discovered a tape recording of statements See Page 7 By The Associated Press A blanket of ice and snow I covered the Texas Panhandle today and temperatures drop pcd to 14 degrees as the result of a norther that through the Highway Patrol officials warned motorists that ice and snow made roads hazardous north of a line from Hereford to Canyon to Claude and On the other side of the state at near the Texaa Louisiana small snow flakes fell briskly shortly 9 but didnt last long In the 35degree also in East reported a few Temperatures early today ranged from 11 degrees at Dalhart to 82 at The Weather Bureau said small craft warnings were be Ing displayed from to No precipitation fell In Texl as early The flvedayl forecast called for little or nol precipitation in most of Texas through No precipitation fell In Tex as early The fiveday forecast called for little or no See Page 11 CC Urgin Income Tax Cut STARTS surprised all hut his grand mother when he won prizes for his knitting at county fair in She taught AP Wirephoto 27 The Chamber of Commerce today urged an immediate in come tax A reporting ac tions this week by the cham bers board of said such cuts are vitally needed to stabilize the dollar and pro mote economic It said they could be expect ed to stir up so much new busi nesa activity that they would Increase the governments rev enue and added Tho Immediate IOHS of rev enue would be nbuut 3 1 bil lion dollars a yrar and this would be offset hy a tempo rary sales tux applied across thii hoard at it low uniform The chamber directors threw their support behind the Baker Herlong bill as the vehicle foi the proposed tax The introduced by Reps Hoilong anc Howard Baker is before the House Ways Means Committee which Is nov making a general study thej ncome tax It would make graduated reductions over a fiveyear I period in the individual Tho top rule would drop by stages from 81 per cent to 47 I per The bottom ratal would move down from 20 perl cent to 15 per Corporate I rules would go down by 1 per I cent bringing the I top rate down to 17 per cent The bill also deals with del prcciation capital estate and gift tax The chamber said in its newJ letter Washington report thai the tax categories affected ba the BakerHerlong bill are thd ones most harmful to the del velopment and use of Pushing its contention thai the changes would strike at See TAX Page 7   

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