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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - December 5, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                f 1 THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Generally through Sunday colder this afternoon tonight with low tonight in Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 J 11 12 II 2 fair and 46 1 47 49 50 51 1 52 Complete Weather Report on Market ifl Homepf the Pally SunandSeroiWeghly Morning LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS 3IARK3TS AT A GLANCE Most Securities and Commodities Markets Are Closed on 156 1959TEN PAGES EISENHOWER ARRIVES IN walks with Italian President past an Italian Honor guard at Ciampino shortly after Eisenhow ers jet transport landed from the United AP Wivephoto via Radio from Rome Guatemala Claims Che Aiding Rebels 5 CSV Guatemala charged today thai Cuban revolutionary leader Ernesto Che Guevara author ized money and arms for a rev olutionary movement against The cha on what a formal Guatemalan note said was intelligence service infor made to the coun cirof Organization of Am erican States It fsthe bluntest and most direct allegation the Dominican Republic all were named in the Guatemalan is an Argen tineborn doctor who is one of Fidel He re of Cu ban leader since an outburst of revolronary all com ing ftoJii began April Haiti and Helpers Trap New York s By LAMAR FALKNER NEW 5 Santa Glaus has his eye on bad boys and and he isnt waiting for Christmas Eve to sticks and stones in their Already Santa has helped ar rest 24 narcotics A rather tired and frowsy Santa stood on Harlem street corners the past two weeks clanging his bell and singing Rudolph the RedNose Rein In his he carried lolli In his he rattled a container for In his he carried a photo and data file on drug Always near Santa were his downandout loaf When Santa spotted familiar face in the he would shift his bell from one hand to the The loafers would saunter discreetly separate the face from the search Sometimes they found that the Kuspects holiday cheer stemmed from the dope in his in which case the suspect was Page 3 Forecasts PRICE FIVE CENTS THREAT TO BARGAINING IS VOICED NLRB Chairman Warns Protection Due For Public Government mediators promis ed to offer some steel settJement proposals today at the first face toface meeting of industry and union negotiators held since Director Joseph Finnegan of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service said in ad vance well have some sugges He did not spell them but said his team of media tors has been broaching peace plans to both sides right along Talks Routine Finnegan explained that sep arate talks he has presided over daily since last Tuesday with the industry and then the steel workers union have been explo ratory and routine He said he has been trying to reconcile conflicting cost esti mates with the slide rule boys the technicians on such matters as insurance and pen Boyd chairman i See Page 10 Corsicana Pair SisII si Custedy On Dope Charge Cuban Prime Minister Castros top cently was named head bas national In making the charge to the OAS Guatemalan rep resentative Guillermo Saenz De Tejada said his government hopes the denunciation will lead the steps necessary to preserve the The note said that since last Guatemala has known A Corsicana man and that group of persons were Ben and Mae Bor meeting in Havana and were den 55f were gtm bei to obtain help from counly Saturday morning following their arrests on charg es of possession of narcotics A third person a 37 yearold Corsicana was re leased from county jail after a complaint of driving without an operators license was lodg ed against him in Justice Wal ter Hayes No other charg es were filed against The three were arrested Fri day morning east of Kerens on haslHighway 31 by Sheriffs Depu Santa SOS Saturday By Trade An SOS was sent out Satur day when Santa Glaus wasnt able to show up as promised and couldnt send any of his standin helpers as they were all committed to be in other Since the Chamber of Com cerce Retail Trade committee always schedules Santas or when he cant ar ranges for one of his helpers to fill in for the panel was quite upset Saturday because of the inability to have the jol ly old fellow on the streets to visit with the kiddies of the committee sent out a distress signal ask ing for someone to come for ward and volunteer for the paid job of acting as Santas chief standin until Nick can visit all the homes on Interested persons should call the Chamber of Commerce at TR 44731 or visit the office lo cated on the mezzanine floor of the Navarro Tow n seeking ts Negroes Ernesto These Cuban public it have been giv See Page 8 Zoning Hearing Night Corsicanas proposed new zoning ordinance which been in the making for almostlties Dick Black nine months will come up for Howe French and Emmett first reading adoption at a Monday night leading public to its Fred county hearing assisted in the ar City Commission will conduct According to County Attorney the public hearing as Morris and arresting of by law a prerequisite fo adoption in chambers at 7 two female nurses at Memor the City Planning ia Hospital turned up a small and Zoning Commission had bottle of dilaudid tablets hid held a first public hearing at the den in her courthouse on Charges of possession of nar Establishment of zoning regcolic drug were filed against ulations to govern the husband and wife in Jus orderly growth and develop ment of the city has been one of the initial assignments of the City Planning and Zoning Com mission and the consulting city planning engineers in the crea tion of a comprehensive master plan for Corsicana which was inaugurated during the adminis tration of former Mayor Tom See Page 4 Life Term For Drag Racer In Traffic Death 5 dispute over a proposed in tegrated housing project in Deerfiold reaches a showdown point Teams of citizens plan to go house to house and hand out printed Citizens can re cord whether they favor or op pose the The ballots then will he taken to poll headquarters and This was expected to take two The controversy revolves around a subdivision that is for the western edge of a community of about population 15 miles north west of i The Progress Development j plans to build 51 homes and offer 10 or 12 of them for sale to The houses would average in Under the the Negro pur chasers would he on tho economic and cultural level as their white which never has had a negro is a community of up per middle class It is on the North the most fashionable Chicago suburban John vice president of the corporation and a law partner of Adial See Page 8 ROTARIANS SEEK TOYS FOR USE BY SALVATION A reminder was issued to the public Saturday that beginning next week the Rotary Club will conduct its annual Toys for Tots campaign in cooperation with the Salvation Army and city fire This project is in reality a fiveway project with private 1960 Prove Optimistic By JACK NEW 5 timistic predictions for 1960 tumbled out of the business world this And developments showed that 1959 is a great business year except for those hurt by the steel This is what some authorita tive sources said they expect in 1960 A record steel production of 127 to 130 million The automobile industry will try to build more esti mated the first months than in any pre vious Food sales will reach an all ime high of 76 billion IsTcw construction will hit a record of These developments added to the 1959 picture Machine tool orders in Octo ber totaled highest since March Installment buying reached 5 Because of his part in an auto drag race which killed three per 26yearold Ellis Patter faces a life sentence for second degree The judge said it was the first mur der conviction in Ohio result ing from a traffic A common pleas court jury of seven men and five women de liberated two hours and 37 min utes Friday before returning a verdict of guilty against the father of three The defendant will be eligible for Sales of the domestic electronparole in 10 years under the life ics industry are expected to tal nine billion dollars this Judge George Graham de up a billion from ferred sentencing pending fil Roebuck salesjing of a motion for a new trial the first nine months topped by defense peak of at the end of three billion first dollars for thel In charging the the judge said that this was not Construction contracting toa traffic case and ordinarily taled in Novemthe automobile is not a deadly He added It is a deadly weapon if it ia highest ever for Business affected by the steel intentionally ued in such a way and the steel industry ttthat the natural and probable continued this week to consequences are to cause snap back as tension mounted over outlook for a Patterson and James Steel production climbed to both of vere an estimated 92 per cent of drivers engaged in a drag race capacity with the mills rush 32 when they crashed into ing to meet a great backlog of a car driven by William Orders according to Serenas Auto production was stepped their up after a long decline due to and Serenas steel The industry were killed in the collision Humphrey Gives Farm Charter At Fort Worth FORT 5 UP Hubert Humphrey D offered what he called a Charter of Hope for Agricul ture Friday night at the Tex as Farmers Union banquet The a contender for the Democratic presidential came hern from Houston where he and Lyndon Johnson make luncheon the two hunted deet on Johnsons ranch in Central Humphreys farm program called for Determination of a fait price for farm commodities and a fair income standard foi to be determin ed by what is needed to satisfy the true needs for tho American the commercial export necessary and foreign policy An agricultural resources conservation Employment goals which would envisage n farm popula and especially farm fami lies which have adequate op portunity to be fully and usefully along with proper credit Heroic Pilot Kisses School SAN 5 Ifl5 A heroic pilot with his crashing jet fighter Friday and barely missed hitting a school filled with The killed in the was ensign Albert Jo of Sioux Hc was not Witnesses said they Hickman waving frantically at children who were eating ori the as though to warn them to The plane came in about 100 feet above the school a Just when it seemed the plane would smash into the school he lifted its nose just enough to clear the citizens serving as the donors and the needy of the communi ty as the The Rotary Club sponsors tho program wherein the public is solicited to contribute new if and otherwise brok en toys that can be mended and restored for the use and pleas ure of some underprivileged Second in this fiveway link is the fire department whose per sonnel each year repair the toys and paint them to give them new Christmas Then comes the Salvation Ar my which acts as a clearing house and distributor of the toys to the Next week Rotarlans will man sound trucks three nights and circulate throughout the city urging the public to carry Sec Pago 3 Kansan Heads Oil Compact m George Docking of Kan sas was elected chairman of the Interstate Oil Compact Commis sion succeeding Huso Aronson of Warwick chairman of Colorado Gas was chosen iirst vice Miss Gencvieve Pennsyl vanias secretary of Internal af was elected second vice She is the first wom an to hold national office on the 20yearold Rcelectod executive secretary was Lawrence Alley of Oklaho ma The commission will hold Its I960 midyear meeting in De troit June 5 UP A Santa Fe passenger train smash ed into a stalled trailertruck Saturday injuring the engineer and None of the 35 passengers on the HoustonGalveston section of the Santa Fes Texas Chief was The engine and two cars of he train were Hugh the fireman1 from was taken to a hos pital in Houston with serious head and back Engineer al so of was treated for cuts and bruises and admitted to in Alvin hospital for observa The driver of the Waley of was not in the vehicle when it was struck hy the train that conductor Harding said was travelling 75 miles an Winner of the Hunsaker Trucking Contractor of Houston said the truck was tak ing a dragline to a construction project when it stalled on the Santa Fo tracks in 20 miles southeast of downtown The train had left Galveston Seo Page ITALY GETS ASSURANCE ON UNITY Eisenhower Will Head For Turkey After Seeing Pope Sam and the Project Dec 5 Presi capsule in which he took his Eisenhower assured Italys dizzy spin arrived at this port Ie s y the Unitecl state3 city aboard the destroyer win sacriflce unity for the A came 5 the space ashore chipper and a honorary member of the de stroyers crew which plucked him from the Atlantic ocean af ter a 55mile high rocket The destroyer had fished Sam 19 the Soviet Union 12 The President of a qulck deal with and the capsule from high waves three hours after made the they were zoomed aloft by to Premier Antonio Segni Little Joe rocket from Wallops at EST The capsule is kind future spaoe men will ride in their first attempts to orbit the Clo the clay of his visit to first stop on his 11na tnc tion mission of Better Lifo For Others the President had told embassy employes with a The monkey was mot by shaking with emotion that old an Air Force phyhc hlLtl undertaken this unpre i slcian from the Aviation School cerulcnted mission of peace to of Medicine at Brooks Air Force trv to interpret America to other Since have four grand I San mediately he was still encased in a small cylindrical childrcn he chamber and covered with a am much concerned that they to Langley Air Force should have a better life than I From the Langley oratories of the National Aero Informed sources said the President in his talks with Segnl See Page 4 Clemen op Vfttm Of 2B asserted the United States fav ored pressing ahead with region al defense alliances such at tho Atlantic Pact until there are safeguarded agreements with the Eisenhower was said to be rather hopeful of some sort of See Page 9 rowers Cotton Data COLLEGE 5 AJJ cotton farmers should receive notice of their cotton allotments before the 15 cotton the chair man of the Texas Stabilization and Conservation Committee said Searcy Ferguson said that the notice arc being mailed from the county ABC i i INSKCTJCIOE FATAL DALLAS Bobby Joe died here Friday after he drank from a hose coated with a poisonous Sheriffs deputies said Love ap parently drank water from a hose used to fill drums with insecticides and Expects More DAVID DE Lucien has given birth to her 26th She thinks she may have Christ mod the latest baby Is as beautiful and ns adorable as Ihn Sav nrel adding its always Seventeen of her children arc three of them The othcr 11 live in the eight room Savard in this com 120 miles north of Que bcc who weighed nine four ounces at was horn Pavard was tending her home within a week and thinking about furth er additions to her The doctor told mo I could have another she Her husband is a Forest Ran earning R month and receiving a month in family On the few occa sions the family a bus IB Party Post T Help 5 Former Earle Clements of Kentucky is quitting1 as Dem ocratic senatorial campaign di rector to boost the presidential chances of Lyndon Johnson Clements decision to resign his a year post Is gen erally interpreted here as signali ing the start of an intensive Tope John XXIII was reported campaign to line up convention m health today despite a Pope Is Ready For Hisioric Visit Wiih Ike VATICAN 5 tu i i t M support for tho Senate CoJd wMch week and ahead Democratic Johnson has been touted by persisted for tho Vatican went with preparations for il ti i 11 lirjii iJUUll UV l iWfc House Speaker Sam Rnyburn Eisenhowers historic DTcx as a Texas favorite son who would have strong follow Although the 78yearold Pope ing In other to 6 a lengthy himself has he would take scheduled to a look at the situation if the Y V otten dlnfty nal1 convention indicates it wants he kept his other him as a Reporters who Clements public he was smiling turn to active participation in velK The Kentucky is likely to be i i iBttlCl tllO Pontiff Wflq In frnnH tea by other presidential wus m buou as a sign that wth fcvcr Democratic leader will bo than just a passive candidate whoso support would be t Si limited to the Eisenhower today In If he follows present a Clements accept appoint See Page 3 ouisiana Voters Naming Governor Bee Page 8 See Page 8 RELEASED ON BOND Clif ford assistant cashier of the First State Bank of waits in Fed eral Building at for hearing concerning a 000 shortage at the Gary was charged with making false entries in bank records and was freed on AP Wire photo NEW 5 About Louisianans arc expected to voto today on a suc cessor to the states fiery Earl Eleven candidates an all time record seek the govern orship in the first Democratic which also will nom inate other top state officials a new legislature and hundreds of local In Loui siana the Democratic nomination amounts to Five of the candidates for governor are seasoned cam Politicians and public sampl ings show two are most likely to enter a runoff 9 unless one candidate sweeps to a ma jority They are New Or leans Mayor deLesseps and former Jimmie both promising clean more responsibJe leadership in the Much campaign pressure has buiJt up a fresh political after the shock wave of the 64yearold governors confinement in two mental hos pitals last Besides Morrison and three expected to show big strength are former James pledging to carry on the Long dynasty State William Louisianas strong segregation voice and Stale Comptroller William onetime Long crown prince who broke with the gov ernor years The ternptestuous ro bust once is fighting po litical oblivion by backing the 68yearold aging wheel of the late Huoy with five rivals is clinging to power hy running on the Noe ticket for lieutenant Despite the apparent strength of Davis and in every gubernatorial primary since the See Page 8 Delia which said when there is no war but there is not the in desires and wishes of the American people are the same as when President Wood row Wilson paid a call on Pope Benedict XV on And their aspirations arc tho same President Roosevelt enumerated in his 1039 Christ mas letter to Pope Pius Tho common goal of peace needs the cooperation of all both of religion and gov Tho visit President Eisenhower is paying hero Is clear In its moral AIiMS AT 200 Bar bara who says a person can live to 200 years if he tries hard steps along near the end of a 110 mile march from to She has walked the distance twice since midNovember to prove her phy sical The Russianborn woman said a person can reach 200 f he gives up starch and AP Wirephoto 5 Starting next March airline pilots must quit flying at the age oJ by order of the Feder al Aviation At present there is no age The Airline Pilots at tacked the FAA order Friday as whimsical and It said there was no shred of evidence to justify such a rule and added it would fight the or der in federal the Air Transport an industry said the age limit WHS reasonable and FAA Administrator Quesada also set stricter new standards for He said both actions were needed to ensure public safety in an age where jet airlines carry up to 165 passengers at 550 miles an Quesada said there never has been any proof that pilot age was a factor in airline acci lir But he said The regulation is based on medical facts that clearly estab lish that sudden Incapacitatlons due primarily to heart attack and strokes become signi ficantly more frequent in any group reaching age and such attacks cannot he predicted on an individual basis by prior medical The hazards are further in creased in the case of scheduled airlines by the fact that older pilots fly the bigger and faster currying more passengers over longer A pilot must take a examination at least every six months and ia tented for ciency at lenst twice a ANPA President Sayen said Existing regulations already provide compulsory retirement for a pilot who cannot meet See Page 8 r   

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