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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - December 11, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                fc THE WEATHER LOCAL showers this afternoon clear to partly cloudy tonight and Thermometer Readings 8 9 1 10 11 j 12 II 2 66 62 I 63 62 1 63 63 f 63 Weather Hejtori on Market Homtgf the Morning liftht LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er quiet corporates Cotton Higher mill CHICAGO new crop months light ed light to 50 cents lower top steer sup ply meager market not 161 DECEMBER PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS 4 r iftr DEGAULLE TARGET OF TWINING Atomic Weapons And Air Forces Critical Items 11 high est military officers of the North Atlantic alliance have concluded that the present trend of Allied military policies will lead to dangerous weak ness unless checked immediate mployed Rains potted County State PEOPLE ARE SPENDING MORE THIS CHRISTMAS Spotted rains fell over Navarro county Friday morning ranging from showers in the Dawson area to inches at It is believed the precipitation will be of especial benefit to winter pastures and small 11 UP Employment declined by over a million in November to Unemployment rose nearly to The employment decline was somewhat greater than season PRESIDENT STILL DRAWS BIG CROWDS Stresses TourP Theme Of Exhibit At Indias Fair NEW 11 but still represented a recin t ord number of Americans in jobs for the month of NovenJedMupon t0 Jjc wvcin gather a genuinely noble war against hunger and the The rise In By JACK LEFL Authoritative sources said this was the conclusion of the military committee of North Atlantic Treaty Organifor Chlistnias zation which ended Thats the r NEW 11 Pcople have more money to spend and theyre spending it FFA BEAUTY for the Corsicana District of the Future Farmers V of America are Betty and Janet who were honored In the annual sweethearts contest here last Mon day Cosweethearts were named when the voting delegates deadlocked on these two final Barbara Wray of Waxahachie was An estimated 100 FFA boys and 100 guests js tne man tended the meeting at Corsicana High School Tne speech Was grreeted from and eyebrows and shocked eport today from its annual review Thursday almost every section of the Points To France country as merchants ring up In the the chairman H6 W be of the joint chiefs of Jhp biRgeat for any Yule season Nathan matorv a diplomatic bombshell by plac ing his finger squarely on as the major implication he charged that dictions of gains ranging from and will remoe the hazwaS a bit more than nrri nf rnqtlv fivpq what was seasonal y 2 to 15 per cent over record aia costv rues that J have plagued various linn iwen it was the si tl of ex plagu ties and towns in it IV Its going to be a cracker The slowed jack of a was y construction and road report from San Department sales are Even it was the second idle total for a Novem World War really rolling Cleveland re f e P03twar record for Novem The rainfall at 10 in CorPer is thc unemployed sicana amounted to this part of the The American mak ing three speeches in the course of a busy day continued to be thfi center of almost worshipful masses of Resources Available Men right now possess know ledge and resources for a suc the sort of war that dignifies and exalts human be De by in addiln to inch as recorded up to In inking public the job Mrnil t and bringPort Seymour worldwide war against This will be our biggest year inff Ulp precipitaUan t0 deputy assistant secretary of An Associated Press RaleiSn one point more than the said that if only of 24 major cities produced pre Exceptionally report cnlire rainfalMn economic influence occur be f larejLin New Yorks biggest Reports from the county Intwecn now and early next dlamatic American Merchants say the steel strike elude uncm has had little effect generally Kerens Inches Emto abou half still raining0 Rice hard morning Dawson There were 18 Photo by looks in the corridors of the Taylor Studio Palais Da where the committee met in secret ses Tenor Is Blunt Informants said the tenor of Coiton Growers To Vote Before Supports Fixed on Christmas Store owners attribute house thelRichland all avalanche of buying to these fac tors People earned more Frost saved more in 1959 prices are Blooming Grove unchanged to only slightly alnlnE er than a year ago credit is ployment will probably rise at New Delhis world agriculture aout in Januarvlfar In two earlier speeches Called for an expansion of the universial recognition of This would be about onehalf million to one million less than Inch unemployment figures law ns a sound basls of inch and f ALBERT 11 National Guardsmen with fixed bayonets dispersed a jeer ing crowd of several hundred persons at the striketorn Wil son Packing today to back up Orville Freemans deadofnight declaration of martial law in Freeborn The crowd was apparently hooting not at the soldiers but at nonunion production work er swhom the guardsmen turn ed from the Wilson gates as they reported for work this Shut Down Plant The moving swiftly after the governors call to maintain law and shut down the Wilson plant to all but nonunion supervisory and clerical The produc tion hired by Wilson to replace striking union work showed up in numbers to day apparently before they got word the troops were called out and the plant shut It makes a beautiful picket doesnt it said a union gesturing at the bayonet bearing A detachment of 80 guards men arrived at the plant on the edge of this southern Minnesota city of shortly before day fa re They formed two groups on either side of the main plant Gatherings Limited Paul Meyer of Manka to read an order to the crowd of several hundred persons on hand spectators along with union The colonel said no more than three persons could gather in any group in the im mediate packing plant and no more than 50 in downtown Albert Lea and across the high way from the plant A portion of the crowd gath See Page 2 11 JPl Growers vote on federal cot the military committees conclusion controls 15 LOS At least sions was We are going to hell knowing what the of the house thinks Red River skies cleared in a hurry unless something price support rates will Agriculture Department of By The Associated Press Good rains fell in North Cen Credit cards spurred Texas Frlday In the Panhandle and along See Page 12 Young Selects Direcior Trio is done See Page 11 The military men are perficials said today no plans have turbed particularly by the faileen made to announce the ure of most NATO governments rates before the to carry out 1957 agreements in At Issue will be the question of principle to accept atomic continuing and Approval by at twothirds of the growers voting is rates similarly Work is expected to be com pleted within a week on an in surance survey of Corsicana public school the board of trustees was informed Thursday Preston Fort Worth was hired to make the survey in cooperation with the local insurance Fol lowing the Jackson high school fire last the board de cided the insurance coverage in the school district needed a re Insurance payment for the Jackson loss was Robert chairman of the Insurance report ed that the anticipated comple tion time of the survey is the middle of next week and said Last Veterans Hours Numbered 11 UP It looks like a matter of hours in stead of a doctor said today after checking the tion of Walter last surviving veteran of the Civil It may be only 48 the doctor Respira tion is pulse irregular he is very He tries to speak but is who celebrated his birthday has been under an oxygen tent since Sunday He has failed to respond to treatment for his fourth pneumonia attack since their aoil and to integrate their air forces into one air defense structure for De Gaulle has stalled both He has declared publicly See Page 11 Special Charge On Narcotics Given Probers t would then be necessary to lold a meeting with the local insurance board relative to the determination of coinsurance Insurance Item The insurance item was one of many considered at the reg ular meeting held in the home economics building at the high school Thursday Preced ing the members of the In a supplementary charge to board and their husbands and the grand Friday morn wives were entertained with a ing District Judge James dinner by home economics stuSewell said that if there is any dents three teachers Miss narcotics traffic in Navarro Paye Mildred he wants it investigat Vaughn and Gladys Hered and stamped out immediate The board also i Tne judge who addreased tne I Was informed by President bod as t convened at 9 Matt Dawson the Coraicana the to USG every means available to see that this is Less than three hours the grand jury returned indict ments against Ben pos session of a narcotic and his Mae possession FORT 11 a narcotic Bond was set A Dallas private detective at Thursday was sentenced to 30 Aa indictment was also re days in jail and fined for turned against Arthur Tuck striking a highway and bond was set at Howard Alvie was found guilty by a jury of ag All three of the persona in gravated assault on Patrolman dieted were already In it See Page 12 Private Eye Jailed was Young is also charged with Grand jurors were excused for aggravated assault on anotherL period more tnan tnree days highway and with driving while GASOUNE WAR FLARES HOUSTON UP Gasoline prices were down as much as 10 cents to cents a gallon today as a price war spread across This years were not announced until farmers had six weeks after thc referendum for the Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson has considerable leeway in setting support They may not be sent at less than 75 per cent of the parity price of cotton for growers complying with federal acreage The maximum is 90 per This year the rate was 80 per cent of parity for the full A new colton program allows growers to overplant allotments 40 per cent if they accept price supports at 35 parity points below the rate for those comply ing with Such grow ers got 65 per cent this Their rate could drop to 60 per cent In Building Gets Bulk Road Cash Texan Becomes Air Secretary 11 Jnmes Douglas becomes De puty Secretary of Defense today and Dudley Sharp takes over as Secretary of the Air cool air punned President Jack A thunderstorm with aomcjclected Thursday by the board to See Page 13 Drutft en Driver 11 The Highway Department spent a greater per cent of its money on construction this year than for any year since shortly after its creation 41 years Engineer Grcer report ed Thursday by thc state high way system now totals miles and has been spent building and maintaining the Eighty per cent of the funds were spent on construction this year and 13 per cent for main The construction per centage has averaged about 70 per cent throughout the de partments In Home g Couple The two took their oaths in a double Pentagon 11 head the Chamber of Com merce In announced Friday his three presidential appointees to the board of dl1 Selected by the new president to serve on the board during his administration were Lynn president of the First National Bank Jim head of and Pharmacy peace Declared summit confer ences of the big powers have less enduring Influence for peace than exchanges of students and pcopletopeople Praises India A colorful crowd of Indians jammed the en See Page 11 Expensive Vega Rocket Program Is Abandoned 11 The government announced to A speedingcar catapulted fromland operator oflday It Is canceling the 65mll Prosident Eisenhower an1 a highway before dawn extensive farm liondollar Voga rocket nounced the into a house nnd killed In announcing the appointbut said there will be little de had been tary of the Air Force Secre fllnce two sleeping President Young said he lav In thc space explorations A third resident was critically felt al three men would make for which Vega was burned In a fire started directors first because ofl A spokesman for the National became Under bottled Ras ignited In the their qualifications and because Aeronautics and Space Act minis F i A I i i b I I Secretary of the Air Force of the Gulhrles arm Both Princeton graduntesUyas broken and he suffered and Douglas was a minor Chicago lawyer before going to the Pentagon as Under Secre tary of the Air Force in The dead were Lee nnd his 48yearold who lived on one side Investigator Fred Puqua said thcy atood so hlgh in the voting 8aicl money savinS ia earlier this year after serving the Harold of lhe overall membership as not reason for discontinuing nearly four years as Assistant was so drunk he was unaware nomincos for threeyear terms Work On tho Veffa In tho long run moro money may bo spentr he The the spokesman makes available six Atlas missiles for use In another pro gram scheduled to produce re sults about as fast as they could have been obtained with Vega was designed to do any Henry Cabot Lodge predicts0 daring space that Soviet Premier Niklta putting a twoton manned space Khrushchevs grandchildren into orbit 300 miles above the earth sending a The ambassador to payload to tho vicinity of United Nations thus reversed thc moon landing several hun Khrushchevs recent boast that drod pounds of instruments soft tho grandchildren of Americans MY on the moon putting a 750 Sharp had been with the Misof thfi dupicx Hion Manufacturing of Hous from 1927 to Ncal occupant of the adjoining was drag Tho two appointments are BubUed from the flames by her ject to Sonnte The changhusband es result from the promotion Patrolman Robert Thomas S Gates from wno witnessed the said Deputy Secretary to Sncrotary Guthrics convertible apparently of Defense to succeed Nnil on lne hocl in which McElroy resigned last Bcmbroy and his wlfe werc wce It was shoved through a partition into the next apart I ft 16 11C 11 DeKorto pulled Guthrie from Getting Bigger 11 UP The state general revenue fund now is 67 million dollars In the State Trnasurnr Jesse James reported Thursday thc deficit climbed from 25 to AlmoHt twice as much state money went out In that period as was brought Officials in dicated that franchise tax and insurance company taxes next year will begin whittling away thc New Jersey drug manufac turer today accused his bigger competitors of overcharging for prescriptionmedicines to the tune of threequarters of a bil lion dollars a Seymour an executive of two companies in this urged Congress and the medical profession to join in a drive to bring down the cost of Blackman is executive secre tary of Premo of South and president of Omega Pre cision Medical Instrument of He testified before the Senate Antitrust and Monopoly a Subcommittee in this fifth day 1 of its hearings on drug Blackman asserted that big manfacturers have obtained natural monopoly control of pricing In the drug field by controlling patents on new wonder drugs and other and have used this power for price W Texan Preaches Leadership To Democrats On Western Swing I personally feel that the Am erican public is overpaying at least threequarters of a billion dollars annually for the medi cation which they purchase on he He said the medicine buyer is a captive of this alleged mon opoly and that so IB the drug The consumer buying drugs on prescription has no c h o I c Blackman He must buy the medication and he has no choice as to the brand of the medication which la pre scribed for him and which he must Blackman said doctors seem prone to accept claims advanc ed in what he called blitz ad vertising drives for higher pric ed brand names produced by the big and to prescribe them instead of low er priced rival products of smaller He recommended that Con gress Investigate the feasibility of placing a limit on advertising expenses and profits of pharma ceutical He also advocated that doc tors consider economy in pre and make every ef fort to see that medication is available to patients at a reas onable Rand subcommittee was described Premo as sniP today not not but sue1X factions He said he plans to explore 11 Lyndon fresh from a tour of the Mid preaching leader to Democratic Par of the told an Arizona Johnson Democratic Rally here Thurs with Blackman the effect on dav smaller competitors when Larger companies launch big advertising and promotional campaigns in behalf of own patented whether the bigger fi Leadership their and go hand hand He said the ling of new medical patents any restrictive Late Thursday the subcom mittee raised the question of whether advertising circulars that the basic chal to our ntlon is to lead the world to universal free and he in Republican Party course destined to put a ceiling on lhe future of the he must choose between stagnation and A static nation cannot sur sent to doctors by the big pharVivef he and the maceutical house of Merck Republicans refused to put hu made unwarranted man beings above the national claims for an See Page 11 See Page 12 Editors Note Thin is the season when presidential hope fuls beat the bushes and prow the watch AH soelated Press political writ ers have been traveling with potential taking a closeup look at the men who could wind up In the White Here Arthur 15 years an observer of thc Wash ington reports on three eventful days In the life of a man who Insists he Isnt a Lyndon By AKTHUR EDSON all the coy presidential aspirants who flit around the none is harder to figure than the hard driving Lyn don Johnson acts like a He hustles from spot to r i i LYNDON JOHNSON in his own six sealer like a His words are the words of a He even smiles good like a candidate But publicly and privately Johnson will assure you that hes no Since hes making no effort to win the Democratic presidential nomina he he hasnt a Johnsons own explanation of what hes up to seems true Hes the Democratic leader in the responsi ble for legislation for all thc He should see whats happening outside of and he often does when Congress isnt in But as you watch and listen and a few impressions fall into See Page 12 in the recent mail Lodge Reverses Nikitas Dream NEW 11 UP will one day live under corn See Page 13 speaking Thursday BKglGNS fore thc annual convention of the Life Insurance of James Russell resigned as also maintained that mayor Thursday the can outstrip the Soviet a was Indicted Union in any Wednesday for income tax ova or Miami 11 Castros regime today arrested but later released a British Still held was re porter James Buchanan of the Miami seizing on r that he was aiding Frank Austin an Amer ican sentenced by a Castro mili tary The British correspondent ia Ian representing Lord Beavcrbrooks He was seized after returning from an investigation of Youngs escape from jail in Pinar Del On his Aitken said he had been asked virtually nothing about but had been asked if he knew a man named His question ers apparently were referring to the Miami Agents who arrested Buchan an said he was entering the hotel room In which they re captured Young A embassy representa tive said he understood officials planned to take Buchanan be fore a Havana judge and charge him with having been Youngs on the ground ho tried to help a I was just after a Buchanan told a add ing that he had never seen Young before Wednesday He said he really did not be lieve the man he was Inter viewing was Young until Thurs day When he was con he contacted the embassy and planned to go there but took a bandage to Youngs room and was he Buchanan said he had packed and made plane reservations for home when a scheduled hearing for Buchanan was postponed in dufinitely and intelligence head quarters said investigation would be At the same Aitken an nounced his employers had ordered him to leave a 38yearold pilot adventurer from was sentenced to 30 years in prison See Page 2 i   

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