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Waco News-Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1959, Waco, Texas SNAP SHOTS Good old clayn D V D's No viruses Or allergies CITY EDITION SIXTY-FOURTH It WACO TEXAS NOV 13 PAGES i Prtn SINGLE COPY 5 UF Record Shattered At Hospital Cain 32 Per Cent Employee of Memorial 463.88 to tho Greater United Fund campaign and previous records of support n tJin give for 33 Appeal Allon Pearson assistant al the hospital and key man lor the employe solicitation silil is the greatest amount our employes have ever sub- scribed to Fund are very poised with their generous response year employes Their gift Ibis year a M per cenl increase Julian Pace administrator worked with in planning the campaign Hospital employes who helped conduct solicitation wore Mrs Opil Shields Mrv Mrs Elizabeth Mrs Hamilton Mrs Mull Mrs Dolly Mrs Mary Rowan Rulh lay W IV Hargrove Increased giving employes ol IV A Holt Co and Sash and Door also helped lend optimism as Fund campaign moving la Roal Holt's employes contribute which is 1.1 per cent lhan their contributions year employes ripped giving by 20 and Frank Slovens workers chalked lip an per cent increase in Three other f awards on the of SO per cenl or more con- hour's A Winning K awards were of West Super Market Savings and a lion and Interstate Theatres Fund campaign also late Thursday that business firms have ded tor Yardstick awards on of fair share company gifis in campaign They Taylor Plumbing Co lon Contemporary and Lxl Ware Real Pilate Below-20 Weather Due In Area Saturday Night Northwest Hard Hit By Snows AHEAD Wet Front TO Arrive Goes Into Effect de Mont rec blizzard paralysed under 21 inches of land raged eastward WASHINGTON more land b ith another night the groal plains and provisions of disputes by p e r m i l t i n g troubles Middle Wesl a of new labor reform law and agencies to nan on and suffering The racing blizzard had cl al least 14 lives Six were in Montana one in Iowa and inlo Friday of jurisdiction over re- lly by the unions in relation to at the Below-20 weather is racing ivard Central Texas Weather Bureau ur ion ex poet part cf the lo arrive this afternoon for of il lor a tonight of the provisions was aimed at the hot cargo 50 successfully by Jamrs R lo seven in Illinois S i x Illinois deaths occurred minutes apart in on the slicked highways of McLean Teamster Union in IK dy efforts The U.S Bureau said I Tor all sides unions storm packed a mid-winter employer groups ana govern ami would dump up to disagree widely on die IPS of snow from eastern Changes on or rr hard is due Saturday by not rectified as and early Sunday agents for We'll have mild weather until Iban on secondary boycotts by limited In officials said Thursday night hot clauses whereby an employer is Sre 3 front weather bureau Then il will get cold cloudy The storm was by tar iho worst al Labor Board spawn and the second put 10 inlo midlands within a week Arrives in Laos JAYCEES Chomber of Commerce Stale President Jack Miller of Brownwood and Dr Douglas Guthrie past state president of Waco will attend the fall board meeling of the Texas Junior ber of al the Raleigh Hotel today through Sunday Betty Jameson of Rogers played port in o stunt ot Jaycees luncheon Thursday lo kick off the seventh annual Joycee Turket Shoof The lurkey shoot will begin or noon on Nov 15 and Nov 22 at the Central Texas Rifle and Pistol Range ot Municipal Airport Bob Turner The new amendments rr than five printed U broke all records in the has legislation packed Ll Divide of Helena with and an measurement ol questions into such a small inches of snow in 24 hours of type ol Montana was under n fool and a half oi snow or more and j forecast lor ly cloudy skies mild today colder weather and scattered showers this cloudy skies weather night and Saturday today are ex- to range from a high of 75 lo in overnight low ol 30 officials it tho to bring nee of Herter also said United osl lo Texas They ing to fan up the cold war would not stale its temperatures to plan to scl up 1 an j position on the Russian protest the mark al eluded in labor reform passed by before to curb ad- State Jaycee Board UN Panel Meets Here Today as low as 13 degrees below zero were expected to low Although the snows had passed by nightfall remained a abuses and racketeering uiv frozen cily covered by Uie Senate Rackets I National trucks helped Committee snow pious battle the Tcf one neighborhood in southeast denounced by organized labor became practically snowbound Uie fact that some unions the Allied il had given the Moscow or early Sunday Berlin full bUidy know how cold Secretary Slate Christian fn lawful ii will be yet bureau promptly labelled So- was announced said It's a rarly Met protest as Soviet news agency Tass However L this front said there ro certainly the by me to it's been Tue were ever hp by the German Parliament since mmi The annual state-wide faH board Phil national meeting of Texas Junior of Evanston Commerce begins al W E of Midland and Dr VIENTIANE Lao m tOday slate in oM deni of Waco kingdom Thursday stale by government delegates and speak al Asks France To Halt Test the area's only plow broke down were rto pans able lo repair plow because ol the Highway crews o get won new legal concessions example the building by unions lo exercise greater control over he visit me in Waco for Special guests tlie nist UN is to tor a personal representative lo stay in Laos as mccl are Tom Marshall part an Hip vice of would a on ho rebellion which has been quid a UN tec In must an onj the rMl lo prevent Communist inf ill m lion from into hostilities a ment statement snid The fact failed to nist North Viet iNam e in the Karem Temple Ballroom Jack Miller is state ami Don 15 executive vice and Atom tation of United Slates Atomic UNITED NATION'S N Y UPl Political Kile Thi day approved a call lo France to jls projected atomic tesl in he Sahara Desert The vole was 10 ab- Tlw See Page 3 38 E ISDALE 7 ARRIVES WEATHER Ike Refuses Solons Pica For Report mobile ex- hibit be- in Warn in wilh fall by Uie African countries led hy their populations would be by aHoul Jroin commit j WASHINGTON for Peace for fie Junior I of thp in dim minion in a day to give government im foreign aid program grounds such action be in- wilh the inter Ilie French csl in Ilie of thirst in the sandy wastes of geria He Gaulle ady had made clear ahead test more than R month a aTly esl HP a Senate 6 p m nf in Ine program arc n Uie basic principles of atomic energy and ils This will be located be NinUi Austin Avenue from 3 a m Sunset Sunrise tomorrow al he would give il any report Bui he Ih 1 si p for beard ni The vole was of the for final nf die resolution by the General Assembly After Uie 10-dny in the ill KILLEEN K 7 in Killeen Dr Mrs Sidney have a now Shawn Invin giving live all the initials Others are Elmer Scott Edward 7 Stanley and Kvan I Bui it doesn't stop The is Elmer and their great-grandfather and had S Grandparents are Mr Mrs Klmer of Killeen and Mr and C Y of Temple we'll a lot j the nole cold air in It will be pretty lhal Germany's proposal before it leaves establish the radio tenipri.ilurp recorded station was unlawful since it is in Waco his winter has been 27 the It early last status nf West jurday Low the year Russia takes the position thai is I he 11 decrees bach on Jan H Uie West Gorman The mercury Thursday went nof be lo a low ol 61 lo i high ol 75 operations Berlin because it still is allied American the vict nole did not protest A radio in chained workers within limits to as Berlin a in union Russian largel in the in nole Bui most ol major oree rn its border 10 appeared certain lo h a m p e lup a transmitter I union activity The major While Uie Peiping on lhal score lie adopted Propaganda a surprisingly neutral position Rut officials said ward the bitter which has raised again charges thai the inflamed powers were interested ins Red China Denounced By Herter J WASHINGTON provision permits Seven Youths as Bus Hit by Train abolition of Ihn so f appeared unlikely the fill group could Hie necessary extra voles In p for JV mild ss document it solely lor tile i p Texas ivrole J Mike hat U.S President have DON'T WALK IN SUN ulien found disclosure of what was be incompatible uith interest riling the separation of powers slid candid p m p m 7 00 p m p m p PI m n m n MI p m ico find the UN record majority in the a I strong sentiment against waji DC Gaulle Plans To Visit London Before Summit PARIS UPI France Cuban To Protest Notes Ready it a stalled school bus and seven football were in- Thursday happened Just Lie Sin Antonio lions hostile as lva s l a a rom Berlin first news have hy he United Itam o play I Eisenhower to is P lo German attendants said one he New Delhi Dec 0 merit It art on plan for h wils and his Asia lour rest HAVANA The nf thr Berlin be tn territory Russia have no veto power over lo be used Arab awl Soviet stood by Thursday to receive thp reply was scheduled to a television and observers il likely would nole lo al aid lime the Brilain announced Thursday Tne President de of lour reply lo said lie could take sides a reply to I wo U S hp IrrsL-hanil ing on has been frontier will Red by lir No and ils delivery in lie said I laler an by CasTro held an il lo that such ing lale mMm said we President Osvaldo and PaKe to and the Foreign Miniver Raul Roa which approval of reply was reached Ilif sources I U S Philip Bonsai Father Mabry of the seminary riff said hils stalled at 3 has been persons saw the train bearing i-e came up the hill but V iwe see nay light Thr proposal no or action II of tl propaganda against noon and were solely to help Foreign Fountain of Youth Lies in Shadyside make an official visit lo al p lowest 61 gency reach decisions The Mansfield subcommittee is charges by Albert degrees at a m highest since Jan 100 a correspondent for 0 lowest Jan I H newspapers on Jan normal of dollars in U.S mum date Gfl aid funds writ Kor J I hoara ending in Viol Nam p m none total month normal this for year la late 28.87 inches since Jan 1 is inches accumulated rcss 63 The river a m left Full moon on Nov at m hearing mony the Ire Sens B la and Albert Core la conduct an on inquiry while on a trip abroad during the congressional recess arc due in Viet Nam later Anns Talks Delayed GENEVA Switzerland AP -j session of the icsl talks was postponed for hours to Rive U.S James J lime o recover from a vere cold it ro look longer stiy ol sun That's the conclusion fd ho re by a skin specialist al the annual mccling of Society N shidy of oM Dr 1 Smiih Jr nl the siry ol School of recent research exposure lo the sun than process seems lo bring on skin com- with inj old Smith uho work jointly il h Dr A I I ing of at University of drew his after skin of a group of poodle who lived in the Miami area for al least 20 years By studying skin samples and photographs Smith and Lansing found lhat skin ex- posed regularly lo the sun showed all signs ly connected growing loose thick ami sagging crow's feet around he But reported rn from of the body nol exposed 10 did nol show Smith attributed ence lo a change in com- of UIP skin brought aboul by lo sun He skin ex- posed lo the sun develop which nils down ol ilie skin and hastens wrinkles Smilh pointed there are preparations a son can lo cut down the of sun's rays Ihp of commercial or fail inlo this group But nona comes close lo the hj Kid early April Cuban note would bt Hie liming of visit set April meanl thai an a while sum mil conference with Soviet affairs with a Premier analysis of past ly would be possible before Mayhem between tun The French lender also slated to pay a slate visit o Thr said ihr ton jome lime soon but a of of has nol yet been announced at this Lime The De Gaulle o ba iis will come right on uw of inter- i s i I lo hy rational scene tn begin March In Ihp arvl France sei the s bid to re Tlie in Pa s Drinin Guard Tiros Good Morning HOST features ot Hie new law banF on and go into The dormant Berlin sue lo the fore a proposed now radio in would be or of Stuie de- lint China is in in its quarrel wilh India Iml would nol sny which side was legally righl in I lie dis- pute A paralyzed Hie President a for a report nn foreign aid lo Viet Nnm reply to P protests was ready If yon want lo look younger stay oni of sun a skin warned rain came on with lights and ringing The bus JD feet the impact and around FT said I of thp were able lo out before crash but were he said injuries were at roar of he the of Pacific train n nun on by c and i A who Of from atro fp Curtain JO ol in British sMt.or.Kl al andj ind a in- ln School A mini sthool lav shp refused la i Oilier Principal 1 A Visor Mitchell i o on fround oi Line who arrived hp a former and would kp lo fl job Covers Brilain j on up Mil You're welcome FinST COM Member York Oov Nelson feller launched his Western lour and made it plain he would nol he a candidate for vice denl Page A Supreme onri decision which would the future of 100 OOn was awaited stalled golfing vacation ii A Wisconsin resigned and reimbursed the enmity SI he said he while as a IP PaRe nii news Pages players were injured as a train hit a school bus in Pan Antonio A inquiry continued in fire and explosion in the Houston ship channel last weekend Lenders were spellbound by lolin Milton lalk fall hoard meeting nf the will open here today at topped their former lo the United Fund Below-20 weather is forecast or Central Texas Service Employe Scl Fire ANGELES API A dis- U.S Service Angeles lire Ihi hilled said 1 Forest Richard F Mid D in o nearby signed ja statement he Ml for spile Grater a of the tled reasons The which started Oct 13 11.000 aeres in Forest 30 c Del said ed Grater alter to ire's a mils north 1 ranker station on Angles Highway
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