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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - November 30, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                I1 I H THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Clear to partly cloudy and warmer through Thermometer Readings 81 9 1 10 I U 1 12 I 1 2 40 i 46 1 52 58 60 62 I 64 Complete Weather Report on Markei Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Morning liftht LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW 30 electronics phce gov ernments CHICAGO Wheat Mixed new crop months mixed light mixed meager to 50 cents lower top Cattle steers steady to strong top 151 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS BROADCAST SCHEDULED THURSDAY President Seeks Real Bipartisan Backing On Tour Wants PAPER BOX TRAGEDY The body of nineyearold Olivia Black lies in a cardboard box in which she and a playmate were playing when the box was struck by a garbage truck in back 30 Congressional leaders of both parties pledged unanimous back ing today to President Eisen hower on his forthcoming tour of free world Plans Approved Chairman William Ful bright DArk of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee said Democratic leaders who breakfasted with the president all gave their approval to Eis enhowers forthcoming excur sion in personal Fulbright said he suggested to er that this is a very CONTINUE TESTIMONY IN SCHOOL DISTRICT FIGHT Nine witnesses were called by the defense Monday morning in a resumption of a district court case involving the Corsicana and Blooming Grove independ ent school Eight of the witnesses were residents of a square mile area near The county school board last August sus tained a petition allowed the area to be detached from the ground at Kings The box had dropped fiom b aboufc truck earlier and the on the return ran over not P of difficu1ties Blooming Giove School District knowing the children were Olivia was killed Instantly nnA end Edgar suffered two AP Wirephoto in India and Pakistan Eisenhower will visit both countries on his 11nation Fulbright said Eisenhower re plied he is hopeful he will be and annexed to the Corsicana Independent School Relators in the suit are seeking to have the decision of the board set The other witness was able to contribute toward settleDana Corsicana pub ment of free world Ruyburn Hopeful House Speaker Sam Rayburn DTex emerged from the breakfast with the comment He who said he felt that youngsters should be allowed to attend schools in their social Williams was questioned ex attorney for the UNITED 30 appealed to France today to broaden pro posed peace talks with Algerian rebels to include political prob lems as well as a military cease Tunisian delegate Mongl as to his the recognized as chief riculum offered by the Corsispokesman for the Algerians in cana schools as compared to the made his appeal at the that offered at Blooming start of the 82natlon political and to the direction of growth committees debate on the Al of the city of gerian District Judge Stout of The seats of the French dele sitting for DisUration were tiict Judge James Sewcll who French carried out a as the threaten disqualified called a reed They contend the cess at 12 noon until dispute is a domestic See problem and therefore not with December 15 Is Deadline For Cotton Plants 30 Janos Kadar told the opening session of his Commun ist Party Congress today that Soviet troops will remain in Hungary as long as this is re quired by the international Soviet Premier Nikita Khru shchev was an interested listen Western sources here had speculated Khrushchev might use this visit to announce with drawal of all or part of the to Soviet troops still in He is expected to WEATHER IS FACTOR IN HEAVY Worst Accident Happens Sunday In Pettus Area By The Associated Press Traffic 441 r IrCb JU Miscellaneous 135 Total 646 By The Associated Press Unusually severe and early All rottnn nlnnta in Nnvnrrn j uuuauuuy mm cany AII cotton piania in addrcss tne Congress winter weather in some sections county must be destroyed by The Hungarian party chief of the country was a major fac December declared Soviet troops remain in tor in the cause of deaths of according to an announcement Hungary because of the worlds many persons during the extend f I j A j i T 4 V mm m from the Texas Department of failure to settle international ised Thanksgiving quarantine tions Pink rules and He said the government In some freez oliworm advocates mutual withdrawal of ing rain and sleet caused traffic regulajforeign troops an obvious accidents where temperatures reference to forces in Eufell to unsensonal lows and home The announcement said Texas Youths Get Recognition At 4H Meet furnaces had to be stoked up to in the jurisdiction of the UnitUtruction may be accomplished Kadar said that even if last overheating ed ky plowing under the cotton Soviet troops were withdrawn Death In some Slim expressed belief Presistalks or destroying them by his regime is strong enough to to sleep dent De Gaulles offer of selfusc of a rotary type stalk shreddefend itself against the enemy Theworst traffic accident of determination for the Algerians der cotton stalks standing in Then in direct referthe holiday occurred in South was a step but backLny ficid in Navarro county durence to the 1056 antiSoviet Seven including their four ed the Algerian rebel govern g the period from December rising he added ment in exile in its demands 3959 fto j If the reactionar lea want to that any FrenchAlgerian be again we shall not be must include political conferred and therefore shall against because the Hungar 30 IP He said he did not believe loe m violation of the Texaslian people have strength and died in a Texas boys won scholarships of these demands presented insurPink Bollworm according havc quite a number of scorcsL e di d La that the president is undertaktensively by Fred Dallas each on the opening day of 30 More than a dozen senators have relatives on the senate it was disclosed today when oliicial wtcrecy from the salaries paid to BftMofo of senators and the senate I A report issued by the senate One of the ployes is ing a strenuous piece of busi Everyone feels like it is not Lyndon Johnson of He Rayburn Senate Democratic Leader Lyndon Johnson of Texas said Eisenhower will take with him our prayers j m j draws salary at an annual rate of as a clerk of the Senate Democratic Violent Crimes Show Increase Across Nation the national 4H Club Congress mountable Slim told the committee a number of delegations will pre to information received by In spector for this from John gri sent a resolution aimed at aidia commissioner of Roy of in a negotiated of of the fiveyearold paid emsecretary and covering salary a payments for the July 30 bother of Democratic leader of Margaret Chase See Page 13 30 UP stabbings and won his scholarship for achieve ments In farm Anthony f of Gainesville was for work in maintaining and operating Four other Texas youths re ceived scholarships of each for various 4H Club Each owner of land The AsianAfrican group cotmty and 29 delegations has asked its nine nation standing commit tee on Algeria to draw up a The committee hoped to finish the job toward the end of the The committee de In Na of sairl hi a agent or If frhd be jointly andor severally responsible for con See Page 6 M i u lur various viuu etuii mv i Mill HaitiannPn other w j bate is expected to end during O II l In lIBIllOnUCU to increase during the first nine lg Brvan the wceknd at the DUCfOOftlStS law For American In Cuban Court Smith employed as a clerk in her office at for the or at an annual rate of Charles son of Murray em ployed as his fathers adminis trative assistant at forest time m four or at an annual rate of Other senators having rela to increase during the first nine months of the FBI report ed The based on crime statistics from police in cities of more than Re PINAR DEL over the nation as com back into action to deued at practically the same high and A 4H Club member since he Egypt Patch Up Rift and the United Arab public have agreed to i diplomatic relations broken in 1956 during the Suez responsible sources fceadeAy a Charge J to overthrow Prime Minister Fiand nonnegligent del Young has denied forcible the larceny over and The prosecution also demand ed death for a second defend Seguln Joe Orlan and Zoe Roy son of Melvin Bryan Georgetown Corpus a 7 per cent increase the duetoVdecrease of I was Gregg is a past president Frank Austin per cent in robberies and mijof his club and lairt year was Page 14 of 38 defendants charged with auto the wceknd at the Sec District Meet Of Nethodists Held On Monday By RICH Ann GRIMMETT Daily Sun Staff Corsicana District of the Cen nn nrt I rip i o Shoot Venus Anyone could do 30 See Page 13 Patrol Reports No Accidents Over Holiday Despite bumper to bumper traffic on the major highways traversing Navarro county from Wednesday to no auto mobile mishaps were Marshall highway pa revealed Bob Pnrrish and Bob Turner filed 37 traffic cases Thursday and Thursday night as a result of radar activities There were several traffic acv cidents in which three persons Among these was one at Friday another near Sunday one near In which threa students v Of the firo the worst were two in which a total of 10 See Page 6 Stale Violence Climaxed With 7 Death Crash j By The Associated Press Two cars smashed together on Highway 75 near South Texas Sunday night aerfalfsla Malcolm Ross and 5CVn and rais 15 Starchy Allens courting the violent death toll In the for traffic infractions were reTexas during the Thanksgiving turning north from the Texasholiday period to Charles Moore of their mile wockcnd jaunt into a commander In the Texas and College foot Traffic accounted for 34 tral Texas Methodist Conference and a scient rode in an instrumentfilled will be made an offi cial UAR source said in Ambassadors will be named lat 6 UAR President Gamal Abdel Nasser and the British already have reached a settlement of financial claims and counter claims arising out of his na Students End Holiday Break See Page 13 Fernando Pruna exsoldier in Dictator Ful Navarro Junior College andjgenci0 Batistas army who once Dismiss Polio Price Charges ball fires and Twentyfour were cited as a knifings and other vio result of radar Sunday nighth0nce for 18 today at the Central to 81 000 feet where theylin thc aame aroa and wcrc fllecl Tne Associated Press death odist church There were hook phoioeranha of the planet on m the justice count started at 6 Wedl approximately 150 people attendVenus through a 16Inch telecourtt nesday and ended midnight hnld a oneday meeting Monday Bondoia under a huge plastic ing the morning session with an additional 50 expected after the noon scope d Only one and that wonderfully ot a traffic Incidcnt A family of six died in a two mounting criticism from abroad A 24yearold white woman tak lionalization of the Suez Canal Corsicana public school students studied at Columbia and the BritishFrench invasion fned back to classes Monday at This is the first new session of 8 after observing a fourof the military which During the Suez Egypt day weekend for Thanksgiving were suspended last July amid broke with Australia and France as well as Re Gaston deanregis after they sent more than lations with Australia were trar of the related that Cubans to die before firing patched up last month but so everything was in fine shape far no move toward a resumpand in running Castro ordered the tribunals tion with France has been re Classes were dismissed after reactivated because of increas Saturday Rapists Active At Milwaukee Opening the assembly was a TJlc 1 the last scheduled Britain also is negotiating with Saudi Arabia to restore Next holidays will be over the relations severed at that Christmas which begins But sources heie regard as 18 after the mature MidEast reports the anscheduled Classtime nouncement will come then meetingfingattacks on the government truder forced his by some operating from robbed last The government seeks 30year prison sentences for the other 30 conspiracy chargeslgenera meeting in the church against five major drug manuauditorium at 9 facturers accused of fixing Welcome address was given by prices on Salk antipolio vaccine Gilbert Centra were dismissed today by federal church lay This was fot judge Phillip lowed by the organization of Forman cut short a long trial the conference and the registra a baby to a sitters homelof the which started tion of was raped and robbed by a granting defense motions for Graves vice presU gro the second such atacquittal that were made at the dent of Southwestern University tack in Milwaukee in 36 end of the governments Our Texas Methodist night a negro in The five were accused of getColleges b ft line on Dl Floyd pastor vaccine the Corsicana First Methodist from 1955 through church gave a report of the During that time they sold ee on illion dollars in vaccine to the Parrel business up there thevsad reportcd at Memorial car accident near in car door south at 10 Sun ascended from Rapid A woman slammed a City SD at 1116 am SaturPn a left inclcx causing a They were Larry da and landed at laceration requiring Of San Antonio his ay unci mnciea ai p Sunday in a pasture about 30 miles northeast of who had made six pre vious trips into the stratosphere to feet said the landing was ideal until surface wind filled Lholr emergency They jettisoned the balloon as the gondola touched but the parachute dragged their aid treatment man and raped his Sce Page 14 Todays victim said she put the baby in her got into ma M prison sentences tui utuei me o will including Peter the vehicle and was seized from government under a Con ess man See Page 14 Red China NEW 30 JP Communist China and the United States each accused the other of a kidnaping in and Prime Minister Nehru told the Indian Parliament today he could not say yet which one was telling the Nehru said the Chinese am bassador formally complained to the Indian government today that Americans kidnaped mem bers of the staff of the Chinese Consulate General in Bombay The United States filed a pro test Saturday accusing the Chinese of kidnaping and abus ing Marine Robert Arm strong of Los who the United States was guard ing a Chinese official who had asked for All this sounds more like I some piece of fiction than i Nehru told the Lower I The Prime Minister said Bom Ibay police are investigating the He added Charges Kidnaping of a foreign na tional is clearly outside the func tions of a consulate See Page 13 Industry Puts New Plants In Smaller Towns 30 Industry is turning more and more to the small towns for new plant The Commerce Department sUd today that cities and towns with populations of less gressional program munity Slillwell Oi Heart Attack 30 Henry one of Texas leading died today following a heart at president of Texark DiVTiockev Alan Freed refusedlthe appearance this lana Junior suffered a J y volheart attack at his home about NEW 30 Freed had been subpoenaed for JJ1SC jOCKey Alan icjuowwi LUC than testify today before a payolaafter he failed to show up than Probing grand jury under rules untarily last The Bombay police also were now provide more manufacwhereby his words could be used p pJ I 1 investigating the report of an 35 per cent of all the i As on previous Indian employe at the Amercan jobs in the inoian eniiJiuye luring JODS in me consulate there who claimed kyhile officials could give no The district attorneys office Freed said he never accepted rt FIT pO n t on midnight Saturday and was hos almost He dlod Sunday at plugging Stilwell was chairman of the the Committee of the that during the weekend two fiffurd for an subpoenaed his VaTd has received Texas State Teachers one identified Chinese tried to take they said they were cercasting neiiu fppq from him a consulate message tarn of a continuing trend accompanied by he was taking to the telegraph Ward locating plants A spokesman at the sulate said officials could The Business and not verify the Indians a he had merce published a specwaive his of the most powerful positions in and a spent about an hour at the prosecutors Defense When he emerged he toldland Nehru said both Armstrongai 86page study designed to refused to sign on the ad and the Chinese involved had show what type of of my he Asked whether there was the potent teachers group He difference between such fees returned here Saturday from in connection the annual convention of the TSTA In San Before becoming president of Texarkana Stilwell was for many years superintendent of the school payments refused Peking broadcast he said in apparent reference to investigators They will have to it been told not to leave India unan industry is most likely to til the police investigation is select as a plant Prepared particularly Irene Winters 3t1 and their and Pa 9 The driver oil the other car was also She was Odessa Duvall of Corpus Not counted in the toll ar 11 men who drowned in th Gulf of Mexico when a moto National overturn No survivors have beei Latest deaths include William o See TEXAS Page 6 Victim By The Associated Tress pelearning from the house Nineteen children and nine before the roof collapsed On adults died in weekend firos across the I Oscar Ward and his two chl Among the victims were in v dren were killed as fire levelei as fire destroyed burancc executive Barnes Newltheir and his four chil Three children burned They died as flames endeath gulfed their 20room home liking Narragansett Bay at A fire In a building near th Bristol R I I downtown Hection of Atlant Five other portions perished as fire swept a twostory anrt Tommy Stephens house near Sat urday They were and August their and two of Normans be used against across the rccenuy wan Red China charged that thelcommunity development him unlcS8 he signs such afired from his local and 4 l L television Palestine His wifeInSa and aawr Ha Consulate General in Bomthe study was expected to be bay kidnaped and beat Chang of special interest to cities and A for the L a member of the Red towns having a low income level office aald have WIth Chinese Consular chronic out an arrangement to ex Stilwell is survived by his COSTLY JEANS Dianna idow two queen of the Texarkana and Thomas of FJa goes other queens In boys when namcg awcpt thclr forced him to make an anti The study was based on theamlne Freeds records and other Communist staiement against 1954 census of documents at New York station are his the department where he formerly aired his Big Beat program he entered the prosec t Asked if he felt they on you he irVo Q i j j i t H oc tier larvey Williams of Fort ke jcflns Florence1 valued at If 111 Vv I Vil Irf 4 Q pO i p T w ill J P n c i n i room The children hud At a 6mont old girl was burned when her Jam stumbled into an Joseph of Clevi died of burns sustained Leonard a native I UlMIl rr itJl better Shes wearing cowL n b made of mink and Merchants in and Spurlin cc other negro children destroyed a house In Beave where he See Page 14 See Page 6 See Page 14 arkana unior College Auditorlonging other rodeos to top AP Wirephoto Their Ernest ran See Page 6 t   

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