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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - November 28, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                i I iv THE WEATHER LOCAL to partly clou dy through Sunday continued rather cold through tonight with low near 30 warmer Thermometer Readings 81 9 10 I 11 12 1 11 2 34 1 36 I 38 40 I 41 42 43 CompleU Weathei Report on Market OailySun SemiWeekly Morninri liAht 150 LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS PAGES ARKETS AT A GLANCE Most Securities and Commodities MarkeU Are Closed on PRICE FIVE CENTS r n ri 5 1 P v b h T v p i r h h r i RESCUED FROM ICY sits with blank et wrapped Timothy in the Golden home at Chicago af ter Hogan had rescued the boy from Diamond Hogan had smashed a path through ice with his swam 200 feet into the lake and brought Timothy back to Timothy had run out on the ice and crashed into the 15 foot AP Wirephoto DEATH PACE FASTER ON WEEKEND California Being Pushed By Texas And New York DeathsAtAGlance By The Associated Press Traffic 248 Fires 32 Miscellaneous 66 Francisco Rainless District Judge Stout Friday dismissed the jury in a involving the Corsicana Total 346 and Blooming Grove school dis asserting that the ques A quickened pace of highwayltions to be decided were of law traffic deaths marked the halfand the jury had no decisions way point of the fourday to Thanksgiving holiday the visiting judge The toll of deaths which iniprom Waxahachie recessed the tially was about 4 deaths an hour trial until 10 am The fen off to less than 3 during the final verdict wil1 be rendered by hours early Then late Friday and early Saturday the L Dsmissal of the jury came at grim count regained the 4an5 Pm f d hour mark represented by Mays and nour Julius The represented by Fred Porter of told By JACK NEW The Christmas 28 buying spree started this week amid predic tions that it will be the biggest The chants National Retail estimated Mer Yule sales will exceed 195S by six pei Big department stores launch ed the season with spectacular glittering window dis plays and intense Merchants figure sales be tween Thanksgiving and Christ mas account for 17 to 20 per cent of their annual including major appliances which require are in good Demand is heavy for luxury i Navarro County FarmMarket Roads Selected k Eight farmmarket road pro jects within Navarro on the 195960 program under Sen ate Bill 287 will cost ac cording to information provided Robert member of the by State highway The selections are made by the highway department every two years after consultation with the various county commission ers The designated Navarro coun ty roads for improvements in clude From Interstate miles south of west to end of miles of surfacing and Cham bers creek bridge at an estimat ed cost of FM 55 from Ellis coun ty line mile of grad structures and surfacing at an estimated cost of FM 709 from Richland Creek to FM miles of reconstruct structures and surfacing at an estimated cost of FM 642 from FM 709 to See Page 3 Traffic Heavier Heavier road traffic and iced highways in wide areas from items such as finelj8 Appalachian Mountains eight apparel and higher priced the Rockies were possible caus six witnesses took the stand Retail sales this week of the increased rate of r i d ay Judge Stout that he had seven three to seven per cent over vvay I following lengthy testimony by Vivian rainy weather was county dur Volume for the for the highway crash which ing the morning session and in trading week on the New York killed a mother and her two the early part of the afternoon a year ago Stock Exchange was gee Page The average daily turn over of was a shade below last weeks On the bond turnover fell to par value from a week and a year Americans got the news 10 They were Pete their cost of living hit a that new peak in They were hardly The Labor Departments con Texas Violeni Deaths Show Steady Ciimb bank employe who Deny Atlanta ton lives in the disputed area of the old Emhouse school district J county school super intendent Grady Bloom ing Grove superintendent of schools presi dent of the board of Blooming Grove Independent School District resident of the disputed area and county school board sumer index climbed twotenths as during the Thanksgiving noli of one per cent to per cent day period rose to 29 Saturday its pubhc schools of the 194749 base This with 14 deaths due to car acci Judgo Frank Hooper of See Page 10 4 New Stores Being Erected On West Sixth Acquisition of a quarter of a block and the immediate start of construction of four modern store buildings nt West Sixth avenue and South Thirteenth street was announced Saturday by the Bert Mann of San who has built indus trial plants and shopping cen ters in a of Texas cit said he had a lot of faith in Corsicanas My thought is that Corsi the point time to submit a plan to deaegwhere there is a need and a By The Associated Press h tlirnedianfl hBq Ppaphprt The violent death toll in Texown Atlanta request for more has demand for aircondi tioned There w fc t t f f District Court issued an in fore have purchased The Associated Press tabulaJunction in July against the Attcp of a b Sixth was the sixth new record seven Food costs went down threeltion started at 6 Wednesdayjlanta Education Board banning tenths of one per cent but ends at Midnight racial discrimination in the other major groups of goods and services Trans avenue and South street site of the Thirteenth old Suttle The Texas tabulation includes citys He gave the board Apartments before the house See Page 3 List Physical Calls For December all violent deaths while the nauntil 1 to submit a plan tional count includes only those for The Hoop deaths other than fire and trafer could be made contin fic which can be attributed to gent upon action by the Geor the gia Legislature to legalize the Latest deaths include plan Steve Fitzpatrick 1 and his The aUorneys said Sherry who d ed FrlFrld that addiUonal time day night m their smokefilled needfid because of home in San The smoke came from a smouldering Dallas stationed Local Board 95 Saturdaylwith the Coast Guard at Corpus released the names of Navarro died in a twocar county men included in the inJdent Friday east of j Charles of Martiwltn tne duction and physicals call for dled Friday night when gtruck by a car at a Waco Two Alton Prince of Hempstead and Nathaniel Frances and Raines of are due to leave her 5monthoId Lesia 2 for the were found dead of bullet las induction wounds In the kitchen of their On 15 a group of 14 men Dallas home A pistol will go to Dallas for beneath are questions of and the rights sts of a than by compliance injunction and by the a was destroyed by a fire several months Mann said construction has begun on four such store bulld inga which will be 25 feet wide by 80 feet One of the to be located on the is to be leased to the Colorizer Paint Center which Mann and the stores management has outgrown its present loca tion at 112 South Twelfth The San Angelo developei said as rapidly ns the first four See Page 4 SAN for rain to break a long drought in northern Cali fornia will be offered at Catho lic and Episcopal churches Sun day following special instruc tions from high prelates of the two In many including the San Francisco Bay the drought is in its 71st Aa a crops are sufferin a high fire hazard me mountain Pravda Challenges Supplied Data 28 UP iNikita Khrushchevs predic g 6ald today jt does not tion that Soviet industrial pro enaces lo with AIlen duction will surpass that of the I 1 A i 1 1 n L l 1 j I ii Dulles but the director of the United States by Central Intelligence Agency Dulles Soviet ne Episcopal Bishop James A paper published a long critiquelat the rate of 8 to 9 per cent of Dulles statement before a compared a went to a ex Tie1 archbishops Economic rate of 412 per r Armccl with figures from the ern instructing Dulles declared the Central Statistical priests to include in Sundays istb are not about to inherit Board and what it said were masses the special prayer for the world economically and Pravda challeng Oratio and petendam plucalled exaggerated Premiered Dulles on both these At one point the prayer reads we beseech give us healthful rain and graciously pour forth showers from heaven on the parched face of the A chancery official said that See Page But Pravda said we will engage in a polemic with Duilos on the date when Pages Husky Worker not the Freeze Covers Nosi Of Texas Early Saturday By The AssocfS3ei Boy Replaces Dad To Save Little Sister 28 Russ is only eight months When she is older her family will tell her about Thanksgiving the day she almost The A u fulness of her 13Vearold broth husky work saved her nr night admitted the As Kathys of his It PvlEe a It began with a he Monl Air Force F I 4 m m ft Admits Beating Former Wife 28 DETAILS WEIRD NOT Officials Wonder Why Defector Changed Mind 28 The United States asked India today to make a full investiga tion of the Chinese Communist kidnaping Friday of a Mar ine sergeant and to take ap propriate The phrase take appropriate action apcared to be a request for India to act against Red Chjnose authorities responsible for the seizure and detention of Marine Sergeant Robert Arm of a guard at the consulate in Protest Filed The state department said it understood that a strong pro test had been made by Am bassador Ellsworth Bunker to the Indian Bun ker acted on his own initiative aa ambassadors normally are expected to do in matters of this In New Delhi the sy said a note had been hand ed the Indian government charging Chinese Communists with highhanded violation personal Actions Illegal spokesman saidjj the notcj the illegal and at the actions of representatives of ase early on fresh surge of cold air pushed I WI r Wen2el across the state Then she started snld Harold claimed The Panhandle shivered under Z knew that was a symptom of ho used only his fists in the Ki lls crust of snow and the low convulsions coming so 1 calltack on Verna Gae reading for Texas at Dalhart that 11 degrees recorded in eel the I in her apartment about 2 The convulsions He said he did not Russ told her husband know the wife who divorced him See Page 10 Several Changes In Eisenhower A 31 degree reading at Laredo Shes think shes a month ago was as Ihe lowest eve the She ntana officers said Brown recorded there this early in the waa he Her skin was charged with firstdegree The airport station at was of a Corpus Christi had a low of The high reading was 42 at Only the extreme south and coastal sections of Texas did not have freezing The fresh surge of cold air lungs by pressing on hoi pv southward along a fi Tyler to See Page 9 line ong 28 President Elsenhower will go She was turning I couldnt Browns body was dtsashore at Tunis instcad of Con lind a covered Friday morning by felferrhlg wth President I nut on the floor andllow workcra who called lo take cruiser during his 11natlon tour next The White House announced this today as one of several changes In Eisenhowers itiner It said also that the preal slarted to give artificial icspira w I was using tho old system he T pumping air into th came into the room See Page 10 Panama March Is Peaceable No 28 Permits Surge New construction starts look a sharp upturn this week with the tion physical said she had been 150 Panamanians in a ing wjll be Donald Van I Another Julial soveregnty permits reflecting LliC James David George Dil lard Johnny Ray Bobby Gene Ottie Roy Arthur Armstead Fermie Lee Lightne Canal Zone 250 in projected This in TEXAS Page 4 1 peaceably easing fears of creased the years construction ard Willie Bi Walker and Roy Arnettlmispri SOMEBODY GOOFED of the new door placed in the 28 signs a new clash with American zone total to police and Topping the weeks list of Canal Zone police followed the permits was one issued to Bart caravan of 2 buses and 10 Mann of San A for the on Untied States At Ammunition umper Building mobiles as it drove across the Construction of the Monterrey General Servzonc into this The demShopping Center to be located thisjonstrators Siiently waved West Sixth avenue at South manian Thirteenth street at the north The caravan had driven in cast at an estimaed cost from David in western Panama for this afternoons big celeOther permits included C bration of the 136th anniversary 1515 West Tenth of Panamas independence from build fourroom frame Thirty cars began the Marc 1525 drive Friday but many enlarge Coast Guard today found the wreckage of the National an ammunition ship with a crew of 10 or 11 61 miles south southeast from Air and sea rescue workers found no indication of surviv Officials of National Boat of Houston began notify ing the crewmens next of kin that an overturned vessel found in the Gulf of Mexico late Fri day had been identified positi vely as the National The officials declined to re lease names of the crewmen but said over half resided in the Houston The 135foot National Pride had left Port Houston Wednes The wreckage first was spotted Friday A Coast Guard spokesman at orpus Christi said the hull was intact but Debris of lumber hatch covers and miscellaneous objocts covered a twomile There was no indication of an he The National Pride left Port Houston Wednesday with 460 tons of obsolete ammunition to be dumped into the The National Pride had been scheduled to return to the Armys San Jacinto ordnance depot on the Houston ship chan rel Thursday of said a crew list filed with the Coast Guard indicates there were 10 men aboard the He rep resents the National Boat of owners of the ves V have a boat that is over due but the capsized vessel has not en positively identifier as boat may come in Jt m j have been delayed by Lobcr said this morn The Coast Gi ird in Houston said National Boat had hired the Suderman and Young Towing Company of Galveston to send a tug to tow in the ves The tug left Galveston at It was not known how t would take the tug to bring the essel to port or to what city it would be Coast Guard records show that issing atiom since 10 Pride was overdue The Coast Guard also said it boat to capsize during the unl loading of the ammunition if kept properly the water was See Page 4 Truman Offers ebre Deeals Wenzel said Brown was found downtown Bismarck and sur rendered without He nald Brown signed a statement nml waived Randy dcnt wiu spcalc pubUc ahout Browns 630 times during the Ike Sympathy Censure Move yearold stepson who lived with It will be the longest trip ever the was turned over to undertaken by a president his maternal and the first time an American KANSAS first attempt to oust a French President Harry Trugovernment under the now Fifth man says President Elsenhower Republic fell flat early today in is entitled to the respect of the the National Premier Michel Debro won easily against a motion seeking to censure his government for its economic especially find Ole Rolette See Page 4 nation and he sympathizes with I may not agree with him politically but that Is a differ ent Truman said in alin reducing war veterans pen speech before the National Council for Social Studies Fri A bloc of Socialists and Radi day cal Socialists who sponsored the You have never heard me motion could muster only make an attack on the far short of the 277 he although I may quired for have thought there were things which should have been attack Truman also as he has done many his deci sion to use the atomic bomb on I asked them the Japa nese to surrender and they he I figured that the use of the bomb saved lives for each the Japanese and 110 re chief executive has visited Af India and Eisenhower will interrupt his Mediterranean rest cruise abroad the cruiser Dos Molncs to land at Tunis 17 to confer with Another possible change is that Elsenhower probably will land at Casablanca Instead of for a stop en route home on A new departure time from Washington also was Eisenhower will leave nearby Andrews Air Force Base around See Page Winds in the Gulf Friday reached a velocity of 35 to 37 miles per hour and waves reach ed a height of six to eight the Coast Guard at Corpus h Agriculture Department Must Be Stupid Gets Help Khrushchev 28 A small craft warning was in attention to a 14 effect for the Gulf area because turned to the of strong winds and high waves for space research Lober said he would not re he coulan t get help in his Jeasr a list of the crew memown country until he was certain the Robert winner of ship spotted in the Gulf from Ma The list of Gi offiri was quite possible for such a the Houston ship fair hit dirt whcn he wrote to Nikita err members given the Coast Khrushchev and the Russian Guard by the is in Academy of the Marine Inspection Office of Ifc started last Houston Coast Coast wno nas nis own be that office San pondering the possibilities of was not scheduled to open until bacterial life on the planet He studied research and de hnre were two 30man rafts tided to try some of his on the National needed soil samples from cold areas for his About tons of T opened a campaign to get tion a week is dumped to the The ammunition Robert wrote to the de comes from the San Jacintr orpartment of the interior in dnance depot which is being explaining his plans The depot is located on and asking how he could obtain soil The request was referred to the department of which sent a mimeographed pamphlet listing soil conserva tion service publications on such subjects as stubble mulching in the great Robert wrote to William Egan of explaining his problem and asking for soil samples from the Brooks Range and the Alaskan The reply from Egans special Frank said Alaska is a big state and the areas mentioned are widely I he con It would be impractical to comply with your The next letter went to the Mount Palomar Observatory in California asking for an analysis of the Martian Back came a printed handout on another The first assist came from the American embassy in which sent a soil Russia was the next Robert wanted samples from the the Central Siberian uplands and the The American embassy in Moscow regretted that its per sonnel was not permitted to travel freely enough to collect the But the young scientist is His next request went to Premier Khrushchev and the Russian Back came a wooden box con taining three smaJJer boxes of With each sample was a scientific memorandum in RuaU DAY OF Pamela daugh sian The covering letter her of Airman First CJass Rupert tJ an from her mother at Thanksgiving Day We wish to aid you in reachdinner at Walter Reed Army Washing ing your goal and help in your Ten days ago surgeons sewed up a hole fn Sea Page 10 Pamelas a defect she had at Last month a group in where her father is gave Pamela a surprise Christmas party when they learned she would undergo the Bilbo said Now Pamela can have another AP Wirephoto   

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