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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - December 1, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHEB LOCAL to partly clou dy through Wednesday with no important temperature Thermometer Readings 9 10 11 12 I II 2 52 57 61 64 66 68 70 Complete Weather Report on Market Hemtpf the Daily SunandSemjWttkly Morning liftht LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW steels pace corpor ates trading CHICAGO new crop months May contract down sharp short Hops Steady to 25 cents lower top Cattle Slaughter steers steady to strong top TUESD 152 64 PRICE FIVE CENTS mmm INSPECTION PROVIDED WIDEST Depletion South Pole Area Is Neutralized TROOPS HOLD OFF soldiers with bayoneted rifles hold back youth ful Panamanians trying to place the flag of Pa nama In the Canal The soldiers were call ed on to back up Panama National Guardsmen in defending the Canal Zone against mob dem AP Wirephoto roy Out 1 Neil McElroy resigned today as secretary of defense and President Eisenhower chose Thomas Gates now depu ty to succeed The expect ed and effective was announced by the White AHouse while McElroy was at tending a meeting of the Na tional Security Council with Ei senhower At that session the President awarded the medal of freedom to McElroy for outstanding service to his country and his dedication to his McElroy had made it clear months ago that he intended to retire from government eeivice and return to private business when he had complet ed work on the defense budget for the fiscal year starting It also had been clear lor months that Gates would suc ceed In a letter to Eisenhower dated 27 McElroy said he resigning for personal rea sons of an urgent McElroy is expected to be chairman of the board of Procter Cincinnati soap manufacturing present plans to and he said he ask the board to elect Me Elroy as his McElroy was president of when he was appoint ed secretary of See Page New Population Figure Revealed The Census Bureau estimates the nations population at as of S EST to This was the calculation made for the Bureaus census a counting device installed in the Commerce Department lob The clocks figures change minute by minute to population changes due to immigration and The population estimate month ago was rogram 1 The designed to fly at gram a BANK PRESIDENT DIES GRAND PRAIRIE president of the Grand Prairie State died today after a brief He was a former The Air Force today all but canthree times the speed of celed the B70 heavy bomber originally planned as a re placement for the B52 It cut the on which Intercontinental nuclear bom about a half billion dollars has been spent to back to a North American Aviation smallscale development project holds the major Gen to produce a It was erai Electric was responsible indicated the reduced program for the J93 advanced jet engine would result in a couple of designed to power the the first to make its test other major aircraft compa flight in about Inlea and electronic firms were heavily this Boeing and Chance Vought had major The Air Force said that the work being done by these three companies would be turned over to North American for the greatly reduced development program The Texas Highway CommisJ The Air Force said the deci sion will receive bids December 15 and 16 on two Navarro coun ty road one at Corsi cana and the other in the south ern section of the ac cording to advertisements from the Texas Highway department The bid to be opened Decem ber is for 3J86 miles of grading base and sur facing from intersection FM 641 south to Freestone county line By Latest Pact 1 W Russia joined the United State and 10 other nations today In banning war nuclear ex plosions and missile sites for ever from the Antarctic conti They took this step in signing a historic treaty pledging to devote the frozen region to the peaceful uses of man Open To Inspection To enforce their they agreed to a revolutionary in spection giving each of the 12 countries the right to check each others ships and planes anywhere at any time in the The nations involved are tha United New Nor South Africa and Can Be Model Australian Ambassador How ard Beale said the new treaty may well become a model for In ternational agreements relat ing to other parts of the earth and perhaps to the outer marches of space The word spelled out In 14 separate would neutralize the five million square miles South Pole area below 60 degrees South Lati Allowance Debated December Bids Due On County Road Projects See Page Medal Of Honor Winner Is Hero In Peacetime LONG 1 on FM Highway This A medal of honor winner tor begins at a point west of has proved it doesnt take a war Currie and closes another loop to make a in the farmmarket system in Jackson Pharris joined two this connecting with men who disregarded their weather roads in Freestone safety to pull his old Navy county north of buddy from a certain flaming The bid slate for consideration death December 16 is on miles of rescued Marshall widening concrete was not the first pacement and shoulders from a to owe his life to point mile south of InterThe day the Japanese attack state Highway 45 to First Pearl then nue in Corsicana on Higha warrant gunnery res way making this northern 16 who were floating connection a fourlane in oi or trapped in the Plans and specifications arc available at the office of Jack He was awarded the medal of senior resident highhonor for his Ironical way Wiegand was also crewman formerly assistant to George tne torpedoed became senior resident Weigand was work highway engineer Tuesday upon in a Iine trench several the retirement of Mann who feet defiP when great flames plans to return to his home out apparently touched off by a he threw himself to the trench floor un derneath the a pneumatic too was working with V and U a few feet I suppose it was instinct from See Page rican Motors euiy TRAFFIC CRIMINALS ARE DEADLIER THAN OUTLAWS See Page Johnson Wants Economy Thai Will Zoom 1 Lyndon Johnson advocated to day an American economy that does not nor but We need to stimulate our not depress he told the American Medical house of We need to invigorate our not re press This is what makes In setting our we do not need to We do not need to We need to The Senate majority leader said the nation must use real ity not sentiment in dealing with We must not undertake a 1 Traf fic criminals kill more people and cause more damage than Inspector Conner of the Texas Department of Public Safety said He spoke at the first annual North Texas Seminar on Reli gion and Sponsored by the Dallas and Fort Worth regions of the Na tional Conference of Christians and the meeting brought together ministers and church Judge Siout To Rule Later On School Contest Conclusion of a civil case In volving the Corsicana and Grove school districts came Monday afternoon but District Judge Stout with held his Stout said he was taking the case under advisement and would render his decision sometimes between now and Thus proceedings which started last 23 continued Wednesday and Fri day and was resumed The decision went to Judge who is visiting from Waxahachio and Ellis about following vigor ous final arguments for the or and the defendants that lasted for about a hour and a Judge Stout will either up hold or set aside a decision of the county school school board made August relative to a segment of the old Emhouse Independent School District which at the time was n part of the Blooming Grove In dependent School The county board sustained n petition of 28 residents of a members to discuss what part the church can play in helping enforce traffic Conner was one of severe De partment of Safety members who Brad di rector of the Governors High way Safety also Traffic criminals killed more than twice as many peo ple in Texas last year than mur derers and caused 10 times the property damage as destroyed by burglars and he Pennsylvania employs four times as many patrolmen as And in Texas we have one in three high school people in driver Other states have three in he Smith saicl the governor will proclaim 13 as Safety Sun clay and ask each pastor to men tion it in his HOUSTON Harris sentimental journey realms of artificial into the frinedship which would lead to real ap But act before we so that we lalk from a position of not a position of Johnson I believe it means that we must make budgets in Washing ton which guarantee that we shall not have budgets made for us In Be Be sol Be But balance our budgets with courage dont overbalance them with Johnson said he believed the particularly the medical has the most to fear from a static petty suspicions we cannot See Page 082 square mile area adjacent to the Corsicana asking that the be detached from the Blooming Grove district and anncxtcd to the Corsicann dis The Blooming Grove dis trict attacked the decision according to the was not made through pro cedural A host of witnesses was called See Page Utility Poles Santa Vehicle 1 IP Santa Glaus will slide down a utility pole in Middle boro this Christmas and if lights seem unusually therell be a The municipal electric plant will issue no bills for December And just to get the New Year off to a good the select men also decreed Monday night a 20 per cent discount for those who pay bills within 10 days during the first three months of See Pnge Court Approves Addition Plans For Hospital The Commissioners Court Tuesday morning authorized the county hospital board to with plans relative to the proposed construction of a new classroom building for stu dent nurses at Memorial Hospi tal ancl approved the transfer of funds part of which will oe used in installing facilities foi he new E MnGary who will assume his duties Appearing in behalf of the hospital hoard were Strou member King audl and Paul adminis Strnuhe Spokesman Stroube told the Court he had been authorized by the board to consult with nn architect but that he wanted to get the opin ions of the Commissioners Court first Stroube said thft space pres cntly being used for the nurses school is necdod for medical records and that the proposed about square feet in size and to he located adjncnnt to the present hospi tal could also be used for storage He explained that expenses for the operation of the nurses school are split by the county and thn Drane Foundation and 1 Oil and mining industry spokes men argued vigorously today for retention of existing income tax preferences to encourage devel opment of new mineral reserves necessary to the national econo my and With equal economists attacked special tax benefits now enjoyed by the extractive calling them an un warranted government and a glaring example of erosion of the federal tax They also questioned whether the public benefits offset the cost in lost tax The clashing views were pre sented to the House Ways and Means Committe by a panel of experts arguing the merits and demerits of percentage income tax deduction now allowed for depletion of mineral resources in the production of oil and other natural The sharp divergences of and the committee re gnve no Indication that the growing dispute In congress over percentage depletion in come allowances Is materially nearer Charles Southern Methodist urged n cooperative effort by the treasury and in dustry itself to work out a fair and workable tax policy see Page Santa Making First Visit In See Page Allegheny AirJincs plane crashed into a mountain today while attempt ing an instrument landing in a Three of the 25 aboard were found alive but two died shortly after reaching the The lone survivor was identi fied ns Louis Matarzzo of a suburb of He was reported in serious It was the 10th disaster involv ing United States commercial airliners this With 24 be lieved killed the toll of lives in such accidents for the year reached The en route from Phil adelphia to struck Eagle Mountain midway from Inn Tom a said he saw the twinengine plane approach the Williamsport Montoursville turn away for a new landing try and then head directly toward the nearby mountains in this cen tral Pennsylvania I heard the pilot gun his Schadt A second cr two there was a gi gantic An Air Force helicopter team first spotted the The See Page Pared e Santa Glaus comes to Corsi cana nnd will make per iodic visits here on three suc cessive Saturdays until he starts making daily tours of the down town district a few days before Nick will be the principal figure of interest in n Christmas parade Tuesday today at 4 the first such parade in Corsicanas history in the past 15 The parade will form on West Third avenue between North Beaton and North Twelfth Twelfth street and will march south on Beaton to Sixth ave At Sixth It will turn west to Main and proceed back north up Main to Third Adding to the festive occasion will be the marching music of four Navnrro Junior Col Corsicana Tiger the junior high schools aggregations and the Jackson Bear Two police cars will load the street procession with kids ga lore riding two city fire New car dealers of the city have been Invited o displaj their 1960 models in the parade See Page Farm Prices Decline Again In November A further tumble of 5 per cent in prices of meat animals in November has helped to carry farm markets to their lowest point wince Reporting this the Agriculture Department said agricultural prices as a whole declined 2 per cent last to a point 7 per cent below those of a year esirtes mnat prices were lower for cotton and Partially offsetting the declines were somewhat higher prices for dairy pota turkeys and soy The decline in prices of sheep ancl lambs tumbled livestock markets to a point 16 per cont below a year Hog1 prices nt an average of a hundred pounds were the lowest for the month since Cotton prices at an average of cents a pound were the lowest for the month in 10 Castro Lashes Wealthy Foreign rests By BEN PHLEGAR In V the late spring of 1957 the car buying public suddenly discover ed the compact It took the stock buying pub lic almost two additional years to discover Ramblers American lu each the discovery caused a major Ram bler car sales virtually doubled in 12 For they will almost double again with a to tal of some American Motors stock two years ago this month was sell Ing for a It closed Monday at an advance of about since early After the market closed Mon company directors deciar two 60cent one regular and one and rec ommended splitting the stock three to This proposal will be presented to the AMC an Bual meeting The proposal was made as the firm announced record earn ings of after for the 1959 fiscal equal I 1 to a Last military tribunal today ended an AMC reported earnings of trial of 2 Americans and or a 37 Cubans accused of conspir A canny investor who bought inS to overthrow Fide Castros 100 shares for a Christmas preeevolutionary The court I J P J ent two years ago would show a paper profit of more than 100 by announced it would not reach its verdict before he prosecution demanded the firing squad for Prank Austin If you missed the you a 38yearold commercial have plenty of Around pilot who was born in Inrnn Detroit there is an almost soapolis and makes his home in ciety of those who tell how and for Fernando Prune they almost got rich on 24yearold Cuban and can Motors former student at Columbia Uni The most widely known big versity in New loser is Louis the T1Vtyyear prison sentences Florida financier who at one were sought against 12 time was AMCs largest single in lading Peter John stockholder with a reported 430p4 a Bntish born naturalized American of The government said it would 000 Wolfson sold out in tak ing a profit of about 1 12 mil lion But the See Page accept lesser sentences or even acquittal for the other defend rules recently promulgated by Castros the prosecution as well as the defense can appeal a ver Jorge Youngs at said the execution of an American would touch off a violent antiCuban press cam paign in the United Its just this opportunity that Wall Street and the reactionary American press are waiting for to us here as Bacallao referred to Young as a tidier of fortune who posed no danger to Sergio Antonio defend ing called his client a victim of the reacti6nary press which played up false reports of counter revolutionaries and caused him and Young to here on photographic mi tribunal refused to accept as evidence a notarized state ment by Carl which Identified Stewart as of the System and Independent said Lambton went to Cuba as a free lance photographer to take pictures of counte The d lament bore the seal of the Cuban consulate at but the tribunal said It could not be admitted because it lacked n dorsement of the Cuban Ministry of A second tribunal was sched uler1 to begin hearing testimony in today Rafael Del of a natural ized American who once sup ported and five all accused of being counter The death nt BUT WARNS FOES RED NIGHT Nuclear Rockets Held Sufficient To Raze Enemies 1 Khrushchev said today that Soviet Union has a stockpile of rockets with nuclear warheads sufficient to raze to the ground all our po tential But the visiting Soviet Pre mier saicl Russia was ready to destroy all these stockpiles at once if a universal disarma ment program ig Wants Summit Meet The Soviet Union still wants an EastWest summit meeting as soon as he told the Congress of the Hungarian Com munist the first since the 1956 antiSoviet revolt in Hun ga His statement about rocket stockpiles recalled his asser tion two weeks ago that the Soviet Union has one plant r turning out 250 rockets with hy drogen warheads a He told Soviet journalists then that the stockpile was enough to de stroy all Russias potential ene Blames Allstakes Blaming the 1956 Hungarian revolt on the serious mistakes of the Stalinist loaders of Hun gary at that Khrushchev declared that nevertheless Im peril Is thopes for the See Adenauer And DeGaulle Open New Conference 1 Chan cellor Konrad Adenauer came to Paris today for another round of talks with President Charles Spokesmen emphasiz ed that they agree completely on major issues facing the western but some lesser disagreements have cropped The twoday meeting the fourth between the two leaders since DeGaulle returned to powj or 18 months In that period Adenauer and the French presi dent have achieved a unity which has become one of the strongest forces in the western Observers speculated that de spite this they would at least review such pressing mat ters as plans for the western summit meeting in Paris the status of West Berlin and German the dis armament problem and Euro pean Adenauer and DeGaulle also will undoubtedly discuss the chancellors visit last month to in which he and Prime Minister H a r 1 o d Macmlllan patched up some of the differ ences between them which had caused considerable concern among their other Leaving Foreign Mln See Page Bare More Details Eisenhower Travel ence is sought all Del Pino was captured lant July when he flew a small plane in from Florida and tried to pick up Cubans seeking to leave Cf See Page GONDOLA AFTEH balloon gondola which landed in a pasture near Manhattan with two men aboard after making a 15mile trip into the stratosphere shows i battered A technician left checks equipment while on onlooker The aerlalists were Malcolm ROSB and Char les Neither was hurt in the rough although Ross was shaken up at the finish of the scientific AP Wire photo 1 President Eisenhower will go to a cricket match in Pakistan 8 in his role as good will ambassador That same day Eisenhower will broad a helicopter for an hourlong aerial inspection of that Asian nations Ka Among other the flight will provide a look at a big housing project constructed with American financial The cricknt match and the copter flight are crowded Into a busy Eisenhower schedule during his 79 visit to Kar achi on the 19day trip he be gins Thursday evening to 11 nations in ancl The White House today an nounced the Presidents plan ned activities in the Pakistan City and Another announcement late Monday dcnJt with his stay In fiiHt stop on the mile unprecedented Eisenhower will arrive In Italys capital at midday Fri day and remain until Sunday He will confer with President Gronchl and other Italian be guest an host at luncheons and visit the tomb of Italys Un known and have a Sab bath audience with Pope John XXIII before flying on to Tur After the Ankara visit President will go on to Pakis arriving the afternoon o There will be a cere monial welcome at the Karachi and Eisenhower Pakistans Ayub will arrive at the hosts home in a horsedrawn Apart from discussion of In ternational and area with Pakistani Elsen hower during his stay wil wat i tribal speak at civic and place See Page   

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