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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - December 2, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Generally fair through Thursday no important tempera ture Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 I 11 I 12 II 2 43 48 52 54 56 57 58 Compleu Weather Report on Market HJHomeoftht DailySunandSemiWeekly Morning liahtU LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESSAP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW profit governments in New Orleans CHICAGO old crop months mostly light Oats processor buying to 25 cents higher top steers unevenly strong to weak top 153 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Ike Hints At Decisive Steel Strike Action ftftftftftftftftft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft DeGaulle Agree On Major Issues LATE APRIL BEST TINE FOR SUMMIT NATO Necessity Is Among Points Bilateral Talks West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer said today he and President Charles De Gaulle are in agreement on all important questions between Asked the best time and place for an EastWest summit meet ing Adenauer said I think in the second half of April in Par He made the statement at a news Gives No Details He refused to go into details on his two days of meetings with De Gaulle and Premier Michel Adenauer had just come from a second meeting with the French tt It was a good thing for us to come The talks mainly served to prepare for the West ern summit meetings on Adenauer We of course also talked over the general political situa tion and I am happy to say that we are in agreement on all im portant Disarmament First Asked if he and De Gaulle reached agreement on general policies concerning dlsarma See Page 4 Brooklyn Boy Shoots Mother Over Clothing NEW 2 A 16vearold Brooklyn boy was the ambush who had objected to his taste for hotrod f My son shot Marie murmered to offi nftnibeing rushed Nikita Sees Capitalism Dangers Blunted More Than 3 Rs Needed In Schools Million French Workers Stage OneDay Strike 2 JP Approxi mately a million government vorkers staged a oneday strike the biggest labor walk ut since the founding of the fifth Republic almost a year IN DEFENSE DEPARTMENT resigned as secretary of defense and President Eisenhower chose f homas to succeed Gates was deputy secre tary of AP Wirephoto McElroy Concedes Lead To Russians sought today in shooting of his cers after hospital Tuesday to a night three wounds from a caliber The critically added I dont know But the boys John said young Robert and his mother had wrangled end lessly over the boys desire to wear black zipper jackets and chino The stepfather said the boy quit school and went to work as a laborer in order to buy the clothing his mother had refused to Even the two continued to argue bitterly over the Mur phy Murphy was ambushed in the darkened hallway of their Flatbush home as she arrived from her job as a clerk shortly before oclock Tuesday She was struck by two bullets in the She also was wounded in the left She was believed to have raised the hand defensively after the first See Page 9 Decr2 JP Neil retiring Secre tary of concedes the United States will lag behind Russia in intercontinental mis siles for the next three But McElroy contended the nation has enough striking paw in other forms to offset this missile At a farewell news a few hours after his resigna tion was announced by the White McElroy said these steps have been taken or will be taken to fill in the gap Congress will be asked for enough money to let the Air Force maintain an airborne alert if necessary during the three years missile lag In such an bombers carrying clear would he in nu thc Cuba Is Denied British Planes 2 today announced a turndown o Cubas request for 15 new je fighter planes the Caribbean until tension Lord Parliamen Undersecretary of State fo Foreign told the Housi of Lords as we the situa tion in the Caribbean improve we will gladly reconsider th Some months Cuba askec Britain to supply 15 Hawke Hunter jet aircraft in cxchang for 35 outdated piston engin Sea Furies which the Britis had sold to the government o former President Fulgenci Placement Law Is Held Contemptuous By The Associated Press A pupil placement law was rejected Tuesday by a federal judge in Virginia as nothing short of contemptuous and there were indications that an Atlanta plan is in for a rough Elsewhere in the troubled two moderate members of the school board at Little won election over women running as and a white man beat a negro for Dollarway school board In an election split clearly along racial Judge Walter Hoffman told the school board at New ATort to submit a new pupil placement plan by March He warned the school board and the Virginia State Pupil Placement Board they will face contempt proceedings if they continue to deny quali fied negroes admission to white Hoffman threw out a one paragraph plan that simply sai pupil assignments would be le the state The judg old the two boards at the star of the hearing You have a perfect right t defy the but the day yo do it you know what ticket yo will The Atlanta ordered b Judge Frank wi be argued in Hoopers cour Patterned after an Ala bama law that has been uphel on its face by the preme it lists man qualifications for pupil plac none of which specifica ly mentions race or would gradually integrate A lanta public starti with the 12th grade next yea Ernest Vandlver an lawyers for negro parents see ing to integrate the Atian See Page 2 r at all from eak attack ready for in ant The development of the ound Dog missile has added ars to the usefulness of man See Pages f oung Father kdmits Rapes 2 aid today a young Lowell father as admitted rape and robbery volving women in five Massa huetts They identified him as Daniel father of a 6 ionthsold He was arrested Tuesday and larged with rape and Police said he admitted gned statements that he raped nd robbed a bride of two nonlhs in her Brighton apart cnt on They quoted 1m as saying he also assaulted in Randolph and Police said Alves told them e followed the same pattern i each of the He spot ed the women in the street ollowed them learne heir names and then telephonec hem to determine if their bus were If the hus lands were not he wen o the door and represented him elf as a salesman to gain en Santa Visitor In Corsicanas Downtown Area Santa Claus came to Corsican uesday at 4 And the small folks and th big folks enjoyed greeting th Tolly While his arrival was heralde vith a he hnd helpei ossing candies and other gooc es so that the youngsters woul not dash too closely to the mo ng caravan of a floa an 1960 mod entered by loca fire trucks and pollc cars with sirens Forming on West Third av the heralding parade fo Yule time proceeded east 1 Beaton thence south West Sixth and the back north to the dispersin Thr procession vns led b Police Chief Massey in ar along with other city Bands included Corsican Tfih Drane nnd Collin Junior High School and Jackso Santn rodn on a red an white float provided by the r tail ade committee of tl retail trade committee of th Chamber of Nick plans to visit Cors cana on Saturday 12 an from 10 to store closin and hpirinnng Decemb 21 through Christmas Eve See Page 2 The strikers protested the ab sence of pay raises in the gov ernments 1960 The strike shut down air traf ic as control tower and traf ic control personnel walked off he A brief truce was ar ranged for early today so Wesl German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer could leave for home flights frorr abroad were diverted to Brussels Mail and telegram dcliverie were Long distance tele phone communication was ham but in Paris and othe major cities with dial telephone service Gas and electric work See Page 2 Lrnett Given Contracts For lam Projects Johnny Arnett has been award the contracts for four dam tes north of Blooming Grove in e Mill Creek watershed ac trding to Robert government il Conservation Corsi The contracts were to have en awarded 12 In Temple it a discrepancy In the two bidders delayed the inal word was received Wed esday today from Washing The sites are numbers 103 B 04 105 A and 105 B hey are part of the Chamber reek Trinity River Watershed ocation of the sites are ap roxlmately two o four miles orthwest of Blooming Grove Two Corsicana Arnet nrl McKinney and Wheelocl ere the two who submitted the ower Because of the dis repancy in one contract the de ision to award the bids wa eld Work on the dams will com icnce within 20 days and wi e completed within 244 calcnda ays after receipt of notice t Gillesple indicated that Arn ttcontract was near lollars and nbout lowe ban anyone By CLYDE MURRAY Daily Sun Staff The president of the largest rofessional organization in the vorkl said here Tuesday night he three Rs in public educa ion are but are not Walter of the National Ed ucation Association vhich has some mem said the schools must iffer a broad curriculum so that ill pupils may be educated to heir full Referring to criticism of to days public Eshel man said facts beaten into the minds of children are of little mporlance unless the child can ive with people and make a Speaking at the joint banquet meeting of the Corsicana Class room Teachers Association and the Corsicana Teachers Associ ation at Collins See Page 2 Day Speaker rrom County By RICHARD GRIMMETT Daily Sim Staff Gaither pastor the North Corsicana Meth dist was the principal peaker Tuesday at 7 of County Teachers ssociation which met with ap roximately 40 attending in the vlavarro Junior College auditor a former school 2 Khrushchev In dicated today that he sent troops and tanks to put down the 1956 revolution in Hungary over the opposition of some of his Krem lin At the time of the counter revolution in the Soviet premier told a meeting of work we thought in the Soviet Union on how we could help Hungarys working people against the counterrevolution ary Some Soviet pressed anxiety comrades that any aid would be But we said that in time they would see we were right and we had to help the working Khrushchev declared thot In 1956 the saliva of the imperial ists was running in their mouths the prospects of Hungary leaving the socialist They thought that one by one they could sever the socialist countries from their unitec he The Soviet leader took time out from communist address workers at Budapests giant GanzMawag engineering and railway Khrushchev said Czar Nicalos of Russia never hesitated to put down Hungarys revolution in The czar offered his help in putting down the re bellion to Emperor Francis Hungarys seventh party congress to CleanUp Pledged By The broadcasting industry today pledged cooperation with the government in an attack on deceptive television and The pledges were given by presidents of the major networks at a 90minute conference called by chairman Earl Kintner of the Federal Trade In opening the session Kintner said broadcasters must work with federal agencies to dispel what he called a pall of suspicion which has fallen over the industry in the wake of the TV quiz Donald chairman of TV Code Review board of the National of said action to To Free Farmers New Objective 2 President Eisenhower said today he is going to send Congress an agricultural program aimed at making the farmer more prosperous and less dependent on Responding to questions at his news Eisenhower said he and his advisers have not found what might be called any new solution to the problem of declining farm In industry advertising standards will he taken at a board meet ing Friday and He said it has been proposed thai the industry set more rigid requirements for acceptance of commercials which include de monstrations of product quali Joseph under the Holy How could the Soviet Union have withheld such help in 1956 when our troops were stationed this country and the best sons of your people were being hanged Khrushchev 9 eacher at pointed teaching as a wonderful xperience and this would he second vocation if I were to urn from the The minister told of remem icving the students which were Robert president of the National Broadcasting StRntoni presi dent of fte Columbia Broadcast See Page 4 come and overproduction o some basic For several the Presi dent his administration ha been working on what it be lieves is a better farm program than the country had in th But he said the administra tion has had very little succes See Page Court Adopts County Budget Late Tuesday A budget of was adopted by the Commissioners Court late Tuesday This compares to the estimated budget adopted by the American Due Death Denotation 2 A mili tary court trying two Ameri cans and 35 Cubans on charges of trying to overthrow the Fi del Castro government land down a verdict by In finding a formula acceptable to Congress passed no general farm legislation in the last ses after Democrats com plained that Secretary of Agri culture Ezra Taft Benson had failed to come up with specific Eisenhower vetoed wheat and tobacco price support and no pcrmament legislation was enacted in these In obvious reference to the rigid high price supports which prevailed in the preceding Demo cratic howcr said Eisen had be Court earlier this budget of lose to my heart and some of hem had their He then1 old he toacher rganization that there are lota f new are sland See Page 2 New York Not 3 Hours Away NEW 2 Attaining a ground speed of 650 on the a Delta Air Lines DCS flew from Houston to New York Tuesday in 2 hours and 46 minutes to inaugurate pure jet service between the two The 111 passengers aboard the jetliner included Delta officials and Houston Mayor Lewis Cut was approved for Mem oriiil A total of of the spending program Is allocated lor the road and bridge Allocations to other funds are as follows permanent officers and and lateral the court president The opinion of observers around the Pinar Del Rio court wos that one of the Frank Austin a 38year o o mid old commercial to death but flier from he sentenced he deported before execution of the sen Pelef John 24 British born naturalized Amer lean of was the other American on trial at Pinar Del A third Ameri can on trial at Havana wil learn his fain The military prosecutor asked the death sentence for Young and Fernando Pruno a 24yearold Cuban who once studied at Columbia University See Page 4 come greatly dependent on gov ernment and had been put too far under government Crippled Plane Carrying 87 Is Landed Safely 2 military transport plane A with two of four engines out landec safely at Honolulu There were 87 airport to persons on 10 Water Rates Debated Issues in controversy were he principal features of a City Commission meeting Tuesday that lasted four hours during which time some matters were acted while others were deferred Alley Controversy The issue which waxed hottest and drew the largest number of spectators and interested partici pants revolved around the legal aspects of reopening the alley between North Beaton and North Commerce in block 256 north of Second avenue which the city had ordered closed sev eral weeks ago In response to a petition from abutting property At the last meeting when op poncnts of the alley closing ap peared and said they had no prior notification such action his item came up on the the asking tho was under consideration until they read In the press it was an accomplished fact the com mission advised it would be re ceptive to another petition out lining sentiment for reopening the alley at Tuesdays meeting and at the same time would offer both sides a chance to be As it was around 4 when Mayor Reading suggested due to the lateness that the matter either be deferred until 15 or a limit be put on Although no debate imit was effort was made to prevent it from raging with the final result being that the commission de ferred any final decision until later George Daniels submitted a petition with 53 signers asking Lhat the alley be and it was read aloud by Mayor Reading wherein it stated tho signers felt the alley should be open as it provided a walkway for people living in the area wherein Commerce is not pav and it provides access to Beaton and other streets to children en route to illey be Ernest Douglas recalled that B had been one appearing two weeks ago to protest the alley and he asked if the commission had prejudgcd tho or was going to abide by the majority sentiment of the people in the affected Mayor Reading observed he for one had an open Letter Debated Douglas said he had talked the fire chief and the chief did not want to be in conflict with the city if it had already made up its mind on the especially in times of bad It also noted that in case of the alley offers a way to a fireplug located in It also stated that one among the other than one Daniels had prior know ledge of the first petition being circulated and he had with drawn his endorsement of the original petition and had signec but he had a like to read letter he into the would which the chief would David Ralston objected to Douglas injecting a letter which was unsigned before its submis and Douglas left to get Chief Charley Tiemans on Upon his signa upon ascertaining from ture and Douglas that Tleman had not actually written the al though he signed it as apparent ly reflecting his Mayor Reading declared he See Page 2 One Stockholder Tries To Block Humble Merger 2 A dissenting shareholder to the HumbleStandard merger has one to court here In attempt Lo stop the Jack Finkelstein of Houston filed the suit Tuesday in 120th District Court seeking a perma nent injunction against the mer ger of Humble Oil and Refining of Houston and Standard Oil of New His action preceded approval a few hours later by Secretary of State Zollie Stcakley of a certificate of Steakley said the articles of merger met the legal require ments and since he had not been served by a court he was required to approve the In Standard Oil announced plans to merge all its United States re fining and marketing operations under Humble in Formalities for the merger were completed Tuesday when stockholders of Standard Oil approved the proposal at a special meeting in Now York Humble stockholders al ready had approved Standard Oil owned per cent of Humble common Finkelstein was one of three Humble stockholders who ob jected at a special Houston See Page 10 Both disabled engines were on the same The C121 superconslellalion turned around when it was 1 12 hours out of Honolulu en route to Wake The Air Force said both en gines quit nt tho same moment Other planes escorted th transport back to There were 76 passengers am crewmen The pilo WHS The plane was from the Mill ary Air Transport Service msed at Moffett nea San BUDGET IS IN DANGER AS RESULT Wants To Assure World Nations Of Peace Desire 2 co resident Elsenhower Implied trongly today that the govern nent will take decisive action to settle the steel strike If and labor fail to igree before the TaftHartley njunction If the parties cannot get by their he told a news the government cannot sit idly on ts Somebody To He added that unless the parties can get together in a settlement which Is in the public somebody is going to ose The President said further hat it would be a bad day fct the United States If the gov ernment was obliged to step In and abridge the right of free collective Eisenhower did not specify what action might be taken nor did he indicate he has in mind any specific recommendations for congressional Telecast Thursday But the President indicated he Intends to insist In a scheduled tele cast that ttfej to Eisenhower said his Interest n the matter is not an interest n either employer or emloye xccpt that all involved are part f And it is vital to the Amer an he that some iee Page 10 Ike Belabors Hysteria Over Missile Change 2 Elsenhower said today his is not the time to get hys about putting something new into the defense Talking about the changeover Eisenhower told his lews conference that his defense policy is dictated by an old say ng Bo not the first by whom new are tried nor yet the ast to lay tho old In the first the Presi dent new missile weapons ire very and any radical changeover from man ned aircraft to missiles would be highly But tlic President said that as the Atlas Intercontinental missile becomes there less concern about getting bigger and faster aircraft that will go higher and fly The Air Force announced this week it is cutting back the pro gram for developing the B70 bomber which was aimed at flying three times the speed of Eisenhower said this does not See Page 2 USW Protesting Speed Up Moves Steelworkcra Union to day complained to President Ei senhower that tho Jones Laughlin Steel has adopt ed a speed up while operating under tho strike David steel workers calico It a sweat the workers and custo mers be damned McDonald announced in an address to the MarylandDistrict of Columbia AFLCIO conven tki that he had written Elsen hower and congressional lead ers asking investigations on whether the company Is violat ing the status quo terms of the 80day TaftHarticy Law in junction under which the Indus try is Earlier Eisenhower had strongly implied at his news conference that the government would take decisive action to settle the steel dispute if there is no agreement before the In unction expires Eisen hower said tho government can lot sit idly on Its Eisenhower indicated he will lave something more to say about the steel situation in his radiotelevision address to the nation Thursday Federal mediators were ob viously discouraged at the adam stands evident at renewed steel peace talks here The were looking to Eisenhow for help In getting the un ion and Industry back Into a giveandtake Tho industry has made It I clear It doesnt Intend to budge from a 15 settlement offer rejected flatly by the steelwork ers The Industry now li trying to sell that offer to the workers over the unions The steel companies disclosed I they are circulating their 000 employes with descriptive See Page 10   

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