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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - December 8, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WKATHE LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Wednesday with no important tem perature Thermometer Readings 8 j 9 10 I 11 i 12 11 2 49 1 55 61 66 68 70 72 Complete Weather Report on Market Horning Li Home of the MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW chemicals move corpor ates mill CHICAGO Corn with to 25 cents lower top steers strong to weak top LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS 158 1959 TWELVE PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS tIMIX ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft CARRIAGE TRADE IN PAKISTAN President Eisenhower waves to the crowd as he stands alongside Pakistans President Mohammed Ayub Khan in a horsedrawn carriage en route to the presidential residence in AP Wirepholo via radio from Karachi Only one objection was rais ed to the proposed new zoning ordinance at a public hearing conducted Monday night by the City Commission at which some 30 or more citizens No special City Commission meeting was as no quorum was Com missioners Lester Os car Burns and Horace Hayes the latter is in the and so Mayor CoSweethearts Are Picked By FFA Chapters By CLYDE MURRAY Daily Sun Staff Betty and Janet are the Corsicana District Future ers of America In the annual sweethearts contest and talent show held at Corsicana high school audi f torlum Monday voting delegates were split right down the middle as to who should be district So after considerable delibera it was decided that dual honors would be Miss Bridges is a Miss Coker a Miss Bridges was presented the first place gift because she received the most votes in the semifinal when Miss Coker and Barbara tied with five votes each and Miss Coker emerged in suddendeath voting to determine the other An estimated 100 FFA boys nnd 100 guests were on hand for the The Corsicana district takes in 19 schools in Limestone and Ellis Sixteen lovely queen contest ants gave the judges some hard decisions to Other con testants were Suzane William Groesbeck Marsha Thornton Brenda Ker See Page 10 Reading announced that the planned first reading of the or of had to be deferred until the regular 15 commission Steps Reviewed At the Chairman El liott Middleton of the City Plan ning and Zoning reviewed the steps taken by the city leading to the employment in January of Homer Hun ter and consulting and Robert Hol city planning both of to draft a com prehensive master plan for Cor and of the citys crea tion in May of the planning and and zoning body which subse quently has worked closely with the professional He recalled that this accord See Page 2 Attack Teacher Within Sight Of Mayor Mansion NEW 8 JP A plucky little Mary was seized roughly from behind as she walked Monday night near her Manhattan An arm en circled her throat and a voice rasped Dont scream or Throw your pocketbook She struggled around to catch a look at the attacker and said with a I know you the mugger loosened his prip and Miss Carpenter hurled her purse as far as she He ran for and she ran for A patrolman arrested 17year old Gilbert Malvi He was charged with assault and rob The attack occurred only a half block from Gracie Man the official residence of the New York City The teacher resides at 537 East 87th SAYS TIME FOR STRIKE TO BE ENDED Lets Newspapers Give Disputants His Proposals Secretary of Labor James Mitchell today urged steel labor and management to submit their Jong dispute to some third par possibly the for Mitchell told a news confer ence the time has come for the industry and the steehvorkers union to consider seriously seeking recommendations from a factfinding group or from the government Get Recommendations Mitchell how that he had not made his suggestion directly to the ne gotiators either for the steel companies or the He evidently counted on them to read about it in the as a result of his news confer The labor secretary recom mended that both sides volun tarily agree to let either a fact finding board or the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service make recommendations for a A third he By KALPH DIGHTON LOS g Rolling and weightless in the 3lack void at the edge of space 19 miles above the the story brought back by a pilot who made a successful as sault on the world plane al iltude Navy Lawrence Flint told an interviewer that after taking off from Call See Page 2 UNITED United States de clared today that the Commun ist regime of Janos Kadar has failed completely to win the sup port of the Hungarian people and cannot remain in power without the backing of Soviet Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge told the UN General As sembly that is the real reason for the continued presence of Soviet forces in and not some unsolved international problem as stated by Kadar at a party Congress last Lodge spoke shortly after the UNs special Sir Leslie Munro of New that repressions were continuing against those who took part in the uprising of The delegate said It was the fault of the Hungarian gov ernment and of the Povfet Un ion that the Assembly had to debate the Hungarian problem at a when international tension appeared to be diminish If the Soviet Union really wants to reduce he it should comply with re peated UN resolutions calling for the withdrawal of Soviet Lodge presented a 24nation resolution deploring the con tinued disregard by the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the present Hungarian regime of the General Assemblys reso lutions on the Hungarian situa In plain Lodge this means to the Soviet Union and the Hungarian government Obey the charter stop per secuting people for what hap pened in To the Hungar ian he it means You are not The delegate declared that what limited information See Page 2 Stevenson Says Keep Producing During Dispute NEW 8 Acllai Stevenson today pro posed to empower the White House to take deadlocks like the steel strike out of the hands of labor and He would authorize the to con tinue vital producton while such a dispute is twice the Demo cratic candidate for president and a potential for the same designation next foresaw that such a policy would be criticized as a denial of the right to But he added When the public is denlec alternative sources of supplies it is entitled to demand that the supply not be shut The Stevenson sug gested in a prepared speech for the Institute of Life Insurance may be congressional legislation which would not only stop strikes but mght stop or ser iously cripple collective bargain ing He continued The most likely prospect would be some form of com pulsory limited to See Page 2 Kaufman Wan Trio Arrested n City Monda Three Corsicana men wanted by Kaufman county sheriffs department were arrested here Monday by city police on war rants charging them with bur glary and suspected possession of Chief Mas sey said Chief Massey said Kaufman county alerted neighboring counties of pickup orders for one of the a 27yearold Corsicanan released recently when his trial on narcotics pos session ended In a hung jury and the case subsequently dis who had been seen in Mabank in company with two or three other men prior to the burglarizing of a doctors Cadil lac and theft of his medical The 27yearold Corsicanan was arrested Monday morning at a South Seventh street serv ice station where he was buy ing cigarettes by Byrd and Officer Bates when the latter recognized him and the for mer recalled the warrant from Kaufman A second age for whom the of ficers did not know Kaufman county had issued a warrant of was with the older but was not He drove off in the arrested mans 1950 Chief Massey said subsequent ly the second man and a third age both of whom have served penitentiary time for were seen in the vicinity of the courthouse and See Page 10 form Atlantic Jackson Favors Abolition Of Poll Tax Cost A campaign to eliminate the poll tax in Texas has drawn sup port from Robert Navarro countys state rep Jackson Monday confirmed a report from the abolition com headed by Walter Hall of that he en dorse the campaign and has joined the statewide committee to abolish the poll tax as a re quirement for The Corsicana lawmaker said he supported the movement be cause he feels that every per son thenright vote without having pay for It and because the situation re sponsible for the birth of the poll tax no longer said the good the abolition would do in stimulating more persons to vote would outweight the loss in he pointed would be very Jackson said he was contact See Page 10 Mclntire Dies Chicago 8 Ross former surgeon general of the United States and personal physician to President Franklin died to day in Grant He was stricken during the Since leaving government Mclntire had been executive director of the Interna tional College of Surgeons with headquarters in became 111 in his Lake Shore Drive apart ment shortly before midnight and was taken to the He was born in and took his at Willamette University in Salem in Ha entered the Modical Corps of the Navy in became n commander in 1934 and vice ad miral 10 years From 1938 to 194fi he was surgeon general and chief nf the Bureau of Medicine and In 1955 he became executive director of the International College of fornias Edwards Air Force Base last Sunday in a McDon nell F4H Phantom 11 carrier jet I levelled off at about 000 doing about 1 pulled the stick hack into my belly and headed almost straight The ship was almost flyless at the wasnt any atmospheric resistance to the control The instruments showed I was flying on my back part of the time but I couldnt tell it because I was weightless and it was It was a slow mo tion sort of Way or actually be I could make out the lay Sea Page 10 Car Needed By Strick en Girl Stolen In Dallas girl in Paul Hospital because a truckbus crash shattered her life has been dealt another After months of lying pinned to a board in the hospital abroken was scheduled to go home Her Wright Bryant of Mount visited her last Saturday to talk over the happy and make plans for the reconstruction of her While they were talking his 1951 seda n was stolen from a street near the one of 22 injured near Mount Vernon 29 in a school bustruck wreck that kill ed is still in a brace and can hardly This changes said an independent gravel We have to bring her1 bank to Dallas every week for treat and was the only transportation I had except my gravel Last Veteran Seriously Sick S Williams remained in serious condition today in his fourth at tack from pn umonla since AH we can do is hope and said Willie Mae daughter of the last veteran of the Civil Williams was 117 on Novem ber The Confederate veteran be came ill over the He remained under an oxygen lent today and had a temperature of 8 Fierce winter storms lashed Europe and the Atlantic for the third day Mountainous floods and freezing temperatures took 72 The latest victims were the eight seamen of a lifeboat crew smashed on Scotlands East The lifeboat had set off to rescue the crew of a drifting lightship and driven The lightship later radioed that it had been able to stop the drift by dropping extra anchors and was riding out the storm In Andrews Five Polish fishermen were drowned In the Baltic when their rammed into a breakwater at the port of UstaUa in a Warsaw authorities appealed to the people to conserve water because temperatures only 5 degrees above zero had frozen part of the water Heavy rains and high winds battered most of the British Snowstorms and cold again disrupted transport on most of the Baltic ports in Poland were Hundreds of cars were snow bound in Some Baltic ferries were usable to Rain and snow continued irii most of heavily damaging fruit Thn situation eased at Frejus on the French Riviera where more than 300 persons lost their lives In n dam break last Buses and two cargo ships had been1 ordered to stand by to S ee 1 1 criminals the type you find in Normally housing fewer than Ivy Bluff is situated in an isolated area 65 miles northwest of Raleigh uncl seven miles from the Virginia state Complet ed In the prison is a rod brick structure surrounded by a high fence topped with barbed Only last seven of Its inmates were convicted of ing themselves to escape Prisoners work in a hugh rock quarry some 500 yards from the prison Three of those who escaped were among the men convicted of maiming them The escaped men were report ed armed with a submachine rifles and pistols 17 weapons In At least nine of the group had made previous Fifteen other prisoners See Page 7 Final Cotton r Johnson Skeptical Of GOP McClelland Warns Russia Competitor JP Lyndon Johnson D still vowing he is not a candidate for Monday night questioned Republican Party ability to find a suitable successor to D wight Eisen The Senate majority leader praised Eisenhower and said he hopes the peoples of the world all understand this warm and friendly But neither the peoples of tho nor people of find themselves able Io understand the party which drafted htm to its The President Is at the end of his political He is not the issue for Johnson Johnson questioned whether there is another man in the Republican Party who can win grood will for America In an obvious reference to See Page 7 8 Wi John McClollan DArk told a banquet audience Monday night that United States busi nessmen had exported one million jobs since He told the persons that in Russia we have a competi and he warned labor and management to cither forget their differences or resolve Labor and in stead of being at each others throats over little pay fringe and so had better well forgot their diffe ences or resolve them without crippling strikes and had bet ter devise ways to compete with H real By exporting jobs McClel lan explained that the 20 bil lion dollars he said had been added to Americanowned capi tal equipment overseas between See Page 10 oriheastTo Florida Frigid fler Bin Snow By The Associated Press A wave of cold surged Into tho East and South today In the wake of the seasons worst snow storm along the Atlantic The snow eased off to flurries after piling as high as 16 inches and forming drifts up to five feet in cold rolled across tho snow and ice to the eastern seaboard and spread south Into northern Tempera turns dropped to 28 nhove In 12 in Mitchell in North Caro 2B In end 27 In The freeze nipped Philadelphia and most of the cities in the The heaviest frost of the sea son damaged some crops in the Gainesville and DeJand districts of Warren head ot the FederalState Frost Warn ing said the mercury dropped as low as 20 degrees in a few spots near Southwestern New York was Sec Page 11 TKMPUfiTON DIES DALLAS David Temple former Dallas County died Monday night after a long He was born in Corsica hut lived Jn Dallas most of his IVY 8 UP Twenty of North Carolinas worst criminals broke out of Ivy Bluff prison the states Alcatraz They over powered their guards and escap ed with an arsenal of A huge manhunt was under way in North Carolina and southern Virginia as the hard ened with a fourhour start before the break was dis stole nutomobllcs near and apparent ly fanned out ina variety of di Ivy Bluff Is considered the states toughest State Prisons Director William Uey has described the Inmates as hardened Two Americans Gei Long Terms In Cuba Trials PINAR DEL A Cuban military tribunal toIff mm day sentenced two IS NGcl Frank Austin of Mia and Peter John 8 The Agriculture Departments final report of the year today put the 1959 cotton crop at bales of 500 pounds gross This Is bales less than tho bales estimated a month It compares with last years crop of 000 hales and with the 10year 194857 average of The Texas crop was estimated at harvested on acres averaging 337 ginnings were estimated at this year compared to last This years crop is supple mcnted by a reserve and carry over supply of Much of this is stored government farm price port The crop was grown under n somewhat relaxed government production control program which permits a lower price cd at catching new Growers will vole 15 on Sec Pago 7 of to for con spiring i gime of Fidol the prose cution had demanded death for Young and Cuban Fernando Pruna a former Col umbia University were each sentenced to 30 years Im prisonment and Lambton to 20 The prosecution had ask ed death for Bertot nnd a 30 year sentence for Under Revolutionary both the defendants and the pro secution can appeal to a superior Tho tribunal can in crease the sentences If It de The defendants were notified of the sentences only minutes after court attendants had told newsmen the verdict would be postponed until Members of the court visited the within the military headquarters and told each prisoner of their Hansson Quits As Dallas Chief Police Chief Carl Hansson submitted his resignation effective Hansson said he would accept the new position of director of the Citizens Traffic Commis under had been police for 15 and haw be come prominent City Elgin Crull said he prob ably would appoint a successor later In the mi JOINS WIT PAKISTAN ON ALLIANCES Military Help To Be Continued To Host Nation 8 President speaking to crowd reflecting this nations today call ed upon nil national leaders worthy of the name to join In an enforceable system of dis But ho made It plain both the United States and Pakistan arcs determined to strong so that we may be in a better position confidently and effectively to search out paths to world peace with Backing up this Eis enhower and Pakistans Presi dent Mohammed Ayub Khan In a joint declaration urged non Communist countries to main tain their defense alliances aa a bulwark against Winding up his second clay Eisenhower was acclaimed by Pakistanis on all and hailed by the Pakistani Presi dent as one of the worlds great est champions of Elsenhower out his eventfilled day by appealing to Americans everywhere to wipe out all prejudices as n contribu tion to He spoke to Embassy He witnessed cricket match and a breathtaking display of spectacular Pakistani horseman s Observing1 tradltlort he put on covers for hia See Pnge Ike Will Be Allowed Over Historic Pass g Eisenhower flies over the historic Khyber Pass Wednesday a treat seldom al lowed visitors to the India Pakistan The pass In the heart of the Rudyarcl Kipling country long has been the traditional invasion r route through the mountains of HinduJcush the Hindu killers the Pakistanis still regard It as a strategic gap in their natural defense against Afghanistan and that kingdoms mighty northern the Soviet Pakistan forbids any flights by civilian airliners over tho fortatuddod The regular line between New Indias and Afghani is allowed to go is forced to detour around tho Paki stans relations with both India and Afghanistan arc When Soviet Premier Niklta Khrushchev visited and Afghanistan in Pakistan refused to let him fly over the pass on his hop from New Delhi to His piano had to take a wide detour over the foot Hindukush But Pakistani officials said See Page 7 stans over Pakistan iff i M f J irms Violations r r MS CORSET FOn SL17MFKD a six monthold camel arrived at a game farm from a Dallas zoo her humps The Roland Llndermann fashioned a fibre glass corset In hopes It will help Olga regain her Uusually when a camels humps they stay hut Lindcrmann hopes the corset will restore the original AP Wirephoto 8 The Senate Investigation of drug prices produced nn argu ment today over whether anti trust laws were violated in agreements made by the Sobering with other iRe pharmaceutical The Senate Investigators sug gested there wci law But Francis President of and Irv ing counsel for the Bloo vigorous ly disputed They ntendcd the Agreements helped to make thn drug more widely It thr second day of an inquiry by tho Senateantitrust and monopoly subcommittee in to price mnrknups by mnnufac reiji of prescription tho subcnmrnitteo de veloped that Scherlng has re epfved price markups ranging from per cent to more than per cent on some medical On the antitrust Estrs rCpfnuvoi the subcommittee said licensing agreements made hy Schcdng for prednfaone and prednlHolono antiarthritic marked an attempt by the Com pany to collect royalties on pro ducts for which no patents have been He also said the agreements attempted to restrict distribution of the drugH by other firms to jnHage Baton and to prevent bulk salpH to smaller Isnt that a clear cut viola tion of the antitrust laws Kcfauvcr Jurow add ing that a company has a right to collect royalties on an In vention it licenses others to use even if no patent has been la sued or even applied He also testified that Scher made no effort to restrain any type of distribution of the although he said it would have a right to do so If It ob tained n In this he See Page   

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