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Corpus Christi Caller-Times, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1959, Corpus Christi, Texas Greetings But Not With a Smile Cover Feature Section B Brothers Health Latest Theyre Paid To Argue With Each Other It Can Be a Bridge That to Peace Ray Win in Labor Feature Page 3B Summary of UN Work Page Look for the Stars Section B SECTION C WEATHER Yesterdays High and Low Airport 6346 CoIC 6450 Sunrise am Set pm Moonrise pm Set am High Tide am Low pm pm VOLUME 5 Entered as second class qt post office ot Corpus the Act of March 2 1373 CORPUS CHRIST TEXAS SUNDAY DECEMBER 61959 Published Sundays ond by Co 132 TWENTY CENTS Vote Says No To Urban Renewal HIT AND A Christian 82 wails in the end zone for a pass from Max Deiden in action at Buc Stadium Earl Eason 40 Ike Cautions Keep Guard Up Chief Promises Italians To Look Into Summit Role ROME AP President Eisenhower and Italys leaders called on their allies Saturday night to keep their defenses up until the Soviet Union agrees to dis arm with controls inspection and safeguards With a final review of world problems Eisenhower wound up two days of talks with President Giovanni Gronchi and Premier Antonio Italy was the first stop on the American was on his way to knocking it down when he stumbled and fell out of the balls path The play covered 20 yards and was Rays fourth touchdown TO MEET PORT ARTHUR IN HOUSTON NEXT SATURDAY Details IK leaders tour Eisenhower declared there can be no letup in the Western defen sive position until Moscow agrees to a trustworthy peace Eisenhower also promised the Italian government to look favora bly on Italys desire to join any EastWest summit conference that deals with European security as well as disarmament problems Tha President set forth his views in a joint communique with Gronchi and Segni Smiling and chipper er was host later at a formal dinner for the Italian leaders at Villa Taverna the residence of the US ambassador in Rome The President leaves Italy Sun day shortly before noon after an audience wit John XXIII Ht flies to Turkey second stop on his tour Other Stories Page The final communique reported Eisenhower had agreed with the Italian officials on these key points 1 The Atlantic Pact must remain the cornerstone of their foreign policies 2 More free countries should join in a coordinated plan for stepping up economic assistance to underdeveloped lands strug gling to lift their living standards 3 Further measures should be taken prickly to wipe out trade restrictions which block commerce among free coun tries Both sides promised to strive for success in the work of the UN Disarmament Com Sw 20 The Arthur state Class football game will he played in Houstons Jeppesen Stadium next Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock The sile and date was set at a meeting of officials of the two schools last night in following victories by both teams in quarterfinals games Saturday afternoon Ray wal loped San Antonio Edison 120 here and Port Arthur crushed Houston Reagan 4113 in Houston Tickets for the game will probably go on sale sometime Tuesday at the athletic office behind the Board of Education building on Athletic Director Chatter Allen said He advised fans to watch The for a later an on definite plans for the ticket sale The tickets will he priced at for adults and 75 cents for students Stadium formerly known as Public High School Stadium scats about 22000 Allen said At the same time the semifinal game was being set an other South Texas team Texas was winning its way into a national championship game walloped Hillsdale Mich College last night in Kings ville 200 and earned the right to play Lenoir Rhyne of North Carolina in the Holiday Bowl game Dec 1J in St Petersburg Fla The game will decide the national championship Of the National Association Of Intercollegiate Athletics Lenoir Rhyne won its semifinal game Sat over Southern Connecticut 4720 Democrats IL S eace Unit NEW YORK Demo Advisory Council Saturday a new arm govern National Peace Agency This agency will be dramatic roof to the world that the United fates is sincere in its desire for reace and disarmament and arms agreements the coun il said The function of the agency it aid would be to explore the possibilities ol on systems develop new arms concepts and become strong factor in lanning Approved Unanimously Paul M Butler Democrat rational chairman said counci members including former Pres dent Harry S Truman had ap proved the proposal unanimous at the opening session of a two day meeting The council was formed after the partys 1956 presidential defeat to advise Dem in Congress on policy The Democratic announcement came as Republican President Ei was touring overseas to emphasize the peaceful aims of the United States An array of big names in the Democratic party including pres nomination possibilities attended the session in the Wal Hotel Doing Its Best The council said the government is doing its best within the lim its of its present to cope with involved technical de mands of future negotiations in the nuclear test suspension and arms limitation areas But it said that at the present time we are not adequately or in the executive branch of the government to take ad van Plan Fails By 6565 To 1464 of the opportunities ed us to reach peaceful ments during this new As proposed era By BOB BYRNE Urban renewal was defeated by almost to 1 in Corpus Christi as more than 5000 voters turned out Unofficial totals last night put the vote at 1464 In favor to 6565 against The program would have re quired a simple majority to pass Speaking after the unofficial totals were in Mayor King said I expected a closa election But now that tha vota is in rm glad the results decisive The measure was defeated in each of the 20 polling places and in the absentee ballot total Voting in several polling plac es ran as high as 10 to 1 against urban renewal Heavy Turnout The 8039 ballots cast ran high er than in any recent bond elec tion An estimated 20000 proper ty owners were eligible to vote Yesterdays result was a ma jor victory Jor opponents ol irban renewal who have been hotly debating the issue for sevs ral months And for a time at least tha question f urban renewal Is dead in Corpus Christi Under state law the program can not be put before the voters again or at least a year Bayview Bluff Blocked While voters yesterday wera only to decide if they approved the theory of renewal and the setting up of an agency the results block use o several years of planning for the Bay view Bluff area About provided by the federal govern ment has been spent on plans The City Council was expected to designate Bayview as tha XLI LI v Cirs urban renewal area If vot effort to get a 1956 statement of John Milton the program evidence in the uranium promoters theft trial Because of express ways and utilities placed in tha backers of the plan said SPACE MONKEY CHIPPER Sam the monkey born in Austin is lifted in his container aboard the vi Borrie in the Atlantic Friday after making high trip earth in a capsule launched by rocket from Wallops Island Va The National Aeronautics and Space Administration re leased this picture in Washington DC NASA of said Sam apparently suffered no ill effects during his ride See Story Page 22 AP Wirephoto ADDISON TRIAL Bid To Use 56 Report Delayed SAN ANTONIO attorneys were stalled Morrison Lead Grows Long Running Poor 3rd The statement was made by Addison Oct 9 iom connection with an indictment involving alleged viola in willacy County NEW ORLEANS AP New Orleans Mayor DeLesseps Shep Morrison buttt up a powerful lead former Gov Jimmie Davis in a field of 11 candidates for governor early Sunday morning The dapper aggressive Mor rison 47 to Gov Earl K Long In the 1956 governors HOUSTON PROJECT Cullen Family Plans Skyscraper Center HOUSTON AP The family of late Hugh Roy Cullen oil man philanthropist Saturday announced plans to build a Cul len Center of downtown trs Work is to begin next week on clearing land for the block first two will a 15 to hotel and an office building ol 25 The third unit will be an office build ing ol from 40 io 45 stories Other units are to be completed within years This will a to Mr and Mrs Cullon nn invest In excess of 100 million dol JAW and Cullen Center will be to Houston whut Cen il to New York City E president o Rockefeller Centers 15 build igs cover acres or 549856 quare feet Cullen Center will over 521588 square feet This the beginning of a project Mr and Mrs Cullen years in dreaming and planning mid Veltmann an attorney who hai been d several years with thi Cullen Veltmann said initial cy is expected sometime In 1962 and that completion of the over all center is scheduled within seven years The center will be on the south west edge of the downtown area It will be on by the U S Highway 75 freeway buildings will law feed to the Jefferson and Calhaun The area is two blocks from the site of a building be ng planned by Humble Oil Re fining Co the new domestic of Standard Oil Co New Cullen died July 4 1957 at th age of 75 His widow Mrs Lllll Cullen died November 15 at th age of 77 Cullens wealth had been est mated as high as 500 million do lars but he said shortly befor his death he had given away 9 per cent of his fortune after pro viding for his wife and family In 1947 Cullen announced th formation of the Cullen tion for charitable and educa tional purposes He pledged foundation an estimated 1 million In future ace showed unexpected strength his own city Long prevented by law from himself was third in field of six for lieutenant gov His handpicked candidate to him former Gov James Noe f the late Huey P Long was to stay with the top ve in the Democratic primary or governor The heavy New Orleans vote early tabulations but lorrison and Davis moved far head of the others as had been Both are The two high men in final will enter a Jan unless one candidate gains a majority which appears unlike y For governor complete returns rom 875 of 2108 precincts Mayor Morrison 33180 See Fage 20 way as the Atomic Energy Com mission It will work in close collabora tion with the Departments ofj State and Defense the announce ment said Science Leadership It said States could not force arms limitation agree ments and inspection systems on other nations but that by initia tive and applied leadership in sci ence and technology it can open the way to the solution these problems Proposals of the advisory coun cil are not binding but are ex to get automatic consider ation by the Democratic platform See DEMOS Page 20 The Willacy County indictment against the was later dismissed Assistant Dist Atty James Bar 1 sa Addisonj ity for putting the statement in evidence Barlow said the slate Monday area area be cleared of slums with federal money and at no cost to the city Opponents of urban renewal maintained that even if the pro claims for the Bayview Bluff area were true later urban Lie plan of the uranium develop crs was designed to fleece in I ecen Yelderman said lie u Fair Skies Cool Forecast Today Fair skies and cool tempera tures are forecast for Corpus Christ and vicinity today but the Weather Bureau says tomorrow will be partly cloudy and mild Todays high will be between 64 and 68 warming to 70 to 75 to morrow Tonights low is expect ed to range from 42 to 46 will be from the north east at 12 to 18 miles Jin hour to day ana from the and south east at 12 to 18 miles an hour to morrow No rainfall has been recorded Sn past 24 houri Rockport Crash Fatal ROCKPORT Sp A old Rockport man was killed stantly Saturday In a collision on Highway 35 two mile north o here Dead is William Alia Swann a in the Aransas Coun ty School District for a of years Deputy Sheriff Sherman Mm dine of the County Sher Department said Swann wa traveling north at about 5 pm and made a lefthand turn 1 front of a southbound Driver of the truck was tied as Thurman E Minyard 35 of Rockport an employe of th Shaw Transport Co He was no injured Swanns vehicle which wa rammed in the middle was do Swann a resident of since 3931 is survived by h wife Delma one daughter Mr Tarries Brown of Rockport sons Merrill of Rockport of Aransas Pass and Hardy Henderson his mother Mrs M liwa Swann of Houston fit brothers two sisters and nin grandchildren THREAT TO WEAKENED U S CALLED GREATEST testimony before the grand jury at in December would taxes and would take private property whether or not the own ers wished to sell ohn Onion sustained the objec on He gave Barlow until Mon ay however to establish author backed up much of the testimony previously given by Dr Cliff Och SPO TRIAL 20 against votes listed first fol low Cheston Heath School 14446 Crossley School 28962 See VOTE Pace 20 WASHINGTON declin ng military position has left the States facing the greatest j anger In its history a university group said Saturday In a study prepared for the Sen ate Foreign Relations Committee he group called for an allout ef ort to develop a powerful relia ble ballistic missile and get it into ull scale production The military position of the United States has declined in Hip hort span of 13 years from one of unchallenged security to that of a nation both open and vulner able to direct and devastating at tack said the study prepared by Johns Hopkins University re search group At the same time developments n military technology in So viet Union now make it appear hat country will be the first to comprehensive missile irm the study continued It is this possibility that dis those who see in the mis sile of tiie early the danger to its security mat the United States has ever faml the study Added H one nrf 15 to be by Foreign fw hearings on U S policy next year The committee re an appropriation of I to finance the studies by private research organizations universi ties and individuals This Is eighth to be published Ths study strongly opposed an See TffREAT Page Good Reading INSIDE Todays Paper UNSELFISH SERVICE describes the Polios Reserve taking risks and serving without pay Page IB THE SHOW BOATS round the bend at Del Mar with musi cal production opening Friday Amusements Page BOOKS ARE GOOD Christmas gifts because theres no limit on variety ot subject matter or price Books Arts Page UB THE RAT POPULATION is on the increase but thats not has been that way forever Page DEPARTMENTS Oil Amusements 710 B Rooks Art 11 B Business 1 F Classified 311 F Crossword 4 B Editorials 2 B Farm A Ranch 7 E Boating Sports Map Sec SE 3 4F 15 E 20 A
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