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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - December 12, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Generally fair through Sunday with no important temper ature Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 I 11 I 12 II 2 45 50 54 56 57 59 61 Complew Retmn an UHemtsHhe Paly Sun and StmiWetklxMorninxUAhtlf LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE Most Securities and Commodities Markets Are Closed on 162 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Nehru Calls Ike Visit New Chapter In History TTwffff4fw Drug Prices Need Federal LegislationKefauver ANTIBIOTICS INQUIRY SEEN NEXT MONTH Markup Charged In Arthritis Combatant Sales By JOHN CHADWICK 12 UP Senate investigators said today the Upjohn sells an anti arthritis drug to pharmacists at i price per cent above Its bulk sale But Gifford presi dent of the drug disputed the descrip tion of this as a Upjohn said there are a great many more costs involved in selling the prednisolene in tablet form for the retail trade than there are in selling it in bulk He referred to advertising arid distribu tion as well as that have to be taken into account as part of the cost of doing busi Hearings Near End Upjohn testified as the Senate Antitrust arid Monopoly Com mittee neared the windup of six days of hearings on the pricing cortisone derivatives used in treating persons afflicted with The committee made this the first phase of a broadscale In vestigation it is undertaking into drug Chairman Estes Kefauver said the in quiry already has shown the need for new federal legislation RrTd otyef said Upjbhri in 1958 sold prednisolene in bulk fSrm to the Schering another major drug at a price of a For an equivalent amount of the he Upjohn charg es druggists Dixon said this was the price for two bot tles of 100 tablets each of the Upjohn did not dispute Dixoris figures but he contended that the two are not He said the sale made to Schering was a bulk You made a profit on the sale to didnt you asked Upjohn said he was sure his company made more than its bare manufacturing cost on the But he said that if all other costs of doing business were allocated to bulk sales then See Page 8 Explosion Rips Titan Missile Apart CAPE explosion tore giant international range Titan missile apart today just as it was launched in an at tempt to fire its second slage for Ihe first The 98foot missile was en gulfed by fire after it rose only a few feet from its launching None of the 50 members of the launch crew in a block house 100 yards away was As the counldown reached fire belched from the base cf Ihe The flames roar ed up Ihe lenglh of Ihe It was quickly hidden by giant billows of black The explosion sent up a mush room cloud like that of an atom Several minutes laler when the wind had pushed Ihe smoke Ihe service tower was a fireblackened Nothing re mained of the I ITS IKE Eisenhower wears scarlet anc purple robe and black and purple mortarboard during procession al ceremonies at Delhi University al which he was awarded an honorary law Escorling Ihe Presidenl is Ihe universitys Sarvapalli AP Wirephoto by ra dio from Karachi Lao Jans Knives 7or Children NEW 12 ts against the law now for ihlldren to carry knives or harp instrument here ex cept under certain clrcum Mayor Robert Wagner signed a bill Into law Friday hat sets up a fine or 30 day jail penalty for any per son tinder 21 carrying a knife or sharp The exception Boy Scouts and persons in occupations hat require such fega Rocket Exit To Cost 17 Million a move that will cost 17 million the government as scrapped the 65milliondol ar Vega It hopes o get better reliability with nother rocket now on the draw ng The National Aeronautics and space Administration said Fri ay the abandonment of the ega program may delay some by SHOPPERS CITY HOLIDAY SPIRIT Santa Claus came to Corsica na Saturday as promised and the dddies and their parents were teeming in and out of all down town stores doing their Christ mas both motorized was crowded and and Post Office Enters Early Mailing Plea Employes of the Corsicana Post Office are now stressing mail early and avoid the last minute rush which usually oc curs before the Christmas holi assistant post Child Father Held 12 UP 8yearold boy collapsed in his schoolroom at 55 miles south of Teachers found Michael Kramers body covered with lash The boy was brought to Hum boldt county hospital His Keith a log1 was arrested and charged with cruel and inhuman punish ment of a Michael was reported recover ins Leo Corvino said It the most cruel and inhuman Irealment any human being could have inflicted on The childs legs and groin were crisscrossed with lash Undersheriff William Fritz said Kramer gave only one rea son for beating his son He told me a and su perintendent of respecti both reiterated that state ment Friday and told that peo ple now are more cooperative in mailing their arlicles earlier lhan they have been in recent Galloway slated that all win dow services would be contin ued on Iwo consecutive Satur day mornings before Christmas to help relieve the rush and the heavy He said the windows were open 12 anc will be 19 from the regu lar opening and will remain open as long as Ihe ser vices Hike Personnel Elicit reported lhal 10 season al workers were scheduled to be employed as another means to help handle the rush during this Four of Ihe men will work clerks while thi remaining six would serve a city He also reviewed that ther were now 47 employes at tlr Corsicana post office which includes everyone from the jan itor to Ihe See POST Page 5 tores were filled with shoppers ome who were surveying h ivailability of Christmas mer chandisa for laler purchases and many olhers who were get ing the allimportanl job done in Ihe Santa was circulating in anc iut of stores and palroling th ilreels passing oul candy to th mall fry while he found ou vho had been bad and good lit le boys and and not sc learned lhal he youngsters have been on heir best especially vith his visit on 2425 si near at Adding to the huslle and bus e of downtown Corsicana wer ong lines of people in Ih posl office during Ihe mornin efore slamp indicat ng that the rush to mail Chrisl mas packages and seasona greelings is about to pick u tempo Business church groups social clubs and just everyda citizens were rushing abou making last minute preparalion for Chrislmas parlies and din A scaltered sampling the pas several days of operators of va lous types of retail businesse indicates that surprising to good many of them this has bee a good business upwar somewhat over last year al th and Ihe increasing rus of Chrislmas shopping look more promising Report Paraguay Invaded f its deep space probes hree to six But other projects connected vith Vega may be speeded VASA These tasks will be assigned to a new AtlasAgena pace rocket believed more re iable than The Atlas Agena may be ready for first light about a year from The deep space probes will now be powered by the Centaur Centaur may be ready o go sometime in NASA said its move was to reduce the number of rockets used in the space pro and to buy than to save More money may be spent in the long NASA said 17 million dollars already spent on Vega will be a total Much of this went nto the General Electric engine for Vegas second The en ine is being dropped The Convair Division of Gen eral Dynamics was prime ontractor for The rest of the 65 million dol lars allotted to the program will be used to buy Agena rock for NASAs jet propulsion laboratory and for the Centaur Vega was envisioned rocket that could lift pounds of instruments to the neighborhood of the land several hundred pounds on the place a man ned laboratory into space 300 Page 8 Jei Outdoes EDWARDS AIR FORCE 12 IT An F105 Thunderchief fighter bomber has surpassed the world speed record for a closed course several times in the last few the Air Force said Tho existing record of miles per hour on the 100kilometer course is held by tho French Air The new mark was not an pending confirmation BUENOS 12 Units of a Lib eration Army consisting of Par aguayans living abroad were reported today to have invaded Paraguay from Argentine and Brazillian border The Argentine News Agency Saporiti said the government of strong man President Alfredo Strossner immediately mobiliz ed reserves and took over emer gency measures to counter the Saporiti said the invas ion at dawn was in seven col Clandestine radios in Misiones Province of northern Argentina reported the Liberation Army was led by Juan Jose and Mario both iden tified as Paraguayan Despite the reports of revolt in various Paraguayan Argentine airlines said flights to the capital or Asuncion were A correspondent at Asuncion reported by telephone to Buenos Aires that all appeared quiet in the Paraguayan The call placed here was put through The Asuncion report conflict ed with information being broad cast by Buenos Aires radio sta which said uprisings had occurred in Vlllari ca and Information from the north ern Argentina cities of Posadas arid Clorinda said disturbances broke out In the three Para guayans cities at the moment Rebel forces started their in a veteran artillery worked his way up to general and took over as presi de it in 1954 after a A state of scige modified Government Will Purchase Treated Fowl 12 Agriculture Department will buy all stilbestroltreated poultry from producers at prices based on market levels before That was the day Secretary of Welfare Arthur Flemming an nounced a voluntary withdrawal of these fowl from the market because stilbestrol had been found to cause cancer In test and possibly in Less than 1 per cent of the nations poultry have been treat ed with the and thcso are premiumpriced birds called not all caponettes have had The agriculture department was asked Friday what it would do with the poultry it purchased A spokesman replied we wil decide that Our obligation right now is to protect pro Poultry wholesalers and reailers may offer supplies of stilbestroltrealed fowl to the department after they are pro cessed to meet purchase specifi Proof of the cost of the birds must be Officials said they had no idea low treated fowl woulc offered or what the total cos to the Agriculture bepartmen would Acting secretary of agriculture True Morse said regula roasters am capons are not involved in th See Page 9 Slack Magic Ends As Slaves Freed martial law has been in force In the on and for Ihe last 15 because of economic and other Prime Minister Fidel Caslro has oflen voiced his anlipathy for who claims the Cuban supplied his opposition See Page g Senator Calk HaU To War With Legion Ohio verbal war with the American Legion is over as far as Stephen Young is concern The Ohio Democrat and the American Legion have been bat tling over his proposed address before thn Emergency Civil Llberlies Commillce and the senators remarks on a Legion The Legions national com Martin said Friday In Washington Young used offensively intem perate language in his reply to a Cincinnati Legion The group had censured the senator for accepting an invita tion to speak before an ECLC dinner in New McKneally said it was rc grelable that when a group of his own constiluenls call the record of the ECLC to his at tention thai Young answer ed them in abusive National Aeronautics Joseph commander of the 4th Tactical Fighter Wing at Seymour John son was the by the Space Plan Given Nod Probers Rap University In Pupils Death LOS Los Angeles county gram jury rapped firemen am the University of Southern Gal ifornia Friday over the deal of a USC student during a fra ternlty Bui Ihe jury said ils invest gallon failed to produce suff cicnt evidence to warrant an The jury Issued reporl a tcr hearing some 50 wilnesse in Ils invesligation of the deal of 21yearold Richard Swanso oulslde Ihe Kappa Sigma Fra lernily House al USC lasl Sep Swanson choked on a piec of liver he was induced to swa low during an In a fourpage the ju said Members of Ihe fralernilywh were present atlcmpled to dl odge the gave youn Swanson artificial respiralio and called Ihe emergency ope alor for A police ambu a fire deparlmenl rescu squad and police radio cars r at the The ambu ance attendanls and laler h squad attempted erne gency treatment and then ported Swanson lo Central Ri ceiving upo arrival he was pronounced dea See Page 8 By MICHAEL GOLDSMITH I 12i IP A olack magic cult whose sclples were reported ruled by vpnotism and torture behind ectrified barbed wire has been up by Swiss police raid Paul former atient in a mental is nder arrest as the master mind n charges ranging from inter erence with personal freedom ive Killed In Patrol Area In November Fifty automobile accidents investigated in the Corsl ana subdistrict area during according to the re ort of Sergeant Scott cxas Highway for tho ural traffic accident summary There weite property damage 1 personal am alal Scot a totff property dam ige of with 30 person njured and five This I i decrease of 17 accidents and decrease of one death fo he same period in this The Corsicana siibdistrlc embraces Hen lerson and Limestone counties During the palro n these four counties made 78 arrests as follows 10 529 improper pass 53 wrong side of 17 defective an all other District 6A of the highway headquarters in Waco See Page 8 Family That Lived In Car Gets Help 12 IP rossc Pointe Crisis Club ha come to tho aid of a youn mother and her two sma daughters who have been livin in Jtn The plight of Dclorc Louise was closed Thursday night when sh was arrested in suburban Gross Pointe shores for Police forgot about tickctin her for speeding after she ex the car heater doesn work well when driving slov We were headed for Hello Isl to park and sleep overnight an we wanted it Police gave Zamojuin an her an temporary shelte For the last five months the had been living in the car mos of the Then yesterday the Gross Pointe Crisis Club went Inl See Page 8 Police commissioner Ernst ijoerrl gave these details at a ews conference last night The raid was made last week i the fenced secluded Fried erg mountain of peace estate a village 12 miles outh of i8 Hypnotized raiding officers found 8 women and children in arious stages of hypnotic One of the completely was hanging upside own from chains in an under round torture All of the disciples were in a late of fear and subjection to The made up of Swiss nd included a 15year Id girl and Baumanns Several had to be transferred o mental homes for psychiatric The TRIBUTESETS STAGE TALKS FOR TONIGHT Insists No Trouble With United States By JOHN SCALI NEW 12 JP President Eisenhower and Prime Minister Nehru sat down to night for personal talks on issues ranging from Indias trou bles with Red China to world The stage for their latest meeting on this fourth day of Eisenhowers visit to India was set by a glowing tribute from Nehru to Eisenhowers Pilgrim age in quest of A official said tho three lower eslate comprised five a chapel with an altar edicated to magic a and mechanical of and discussions the leader Eisen of the novie theater New found by per onal were taken to the istate and told they had been chosen by the spirits to join the Oath Required They had to swear an oath of allegiance to the sect on ar See BLACK Page 9 Herter Off To Paris To Seek Money Relief By JOHN HIGIITOWER Secretary of State Christian Herter took off today for West ern strategy talks in He leclared there Is need for fur her improvement of the defen sive strength of the North At antic Traveling In a military Air Transport Jet Herter Secretary of the Treasury Rob ert Anderson and Secretary of Defense Thomas Gates left from Andrews Air Force Their big jet plane took off in drizzling rain at EST for an estimated seven hour flight to They were accompanied by a party of top aides and policy including Foy Koh Secretary of State for European and Char les Hertcrs new special adviser on Soviet rela worlds most populous de mocracy have had previously were exceedingly He declared relations at the moment were at the highest peak since India became Inde Indian ambassa dor to said Eisen howers visit to India will open a new chapter In world Enslng Tension One major result of the Elsen howerNehru meetings so seems to be an easing of tension between Pakistan and India long at loggerheads over boun Anderson and Gates will represent the United States in a cabincl level meeting of Ihe North Atlantic Treaty Coun cil in Paris beginning next Tues Herter Is expected lo make a drive for greater contribu tions by Ihe main European al particularly West Germa See Page 8 rights and the princely state of Kashmir claimed by both The Indians are reported to have been assured that military aid to Pakistan la granted as ally In the anti Communist CENTO Pact arid not a menace a This seemed Implicit In Ne hrus repeated statements that there are no problems between India and the United Discussing his visit next year to Eisenhower Is said to have told Nehru he believes Soviet Premier Khru shchev is also searching for a formula for an Insured A communique the two will issue before Eisenhowers de parture Is expected to dwell on the principle of negotiation rather than force to settle dis It also Is expected to de clare that disarmament Is the See Pago 3 Presidents New Doctrine Eyes Success By WILLIAM RYAN NEW 12 OT Less than three years ago the Elsenhower doctrine boom Today It seems highly ikely a new Eisenhower rlne Is this ono las every chance of being a rousing The message brought by tho American president to India plus the impact of his personal ity may prove In the long run UNITED 12 JP The political committee today approved unan imously a SovietAmerican plan to give the United Nations a voice in regulating peaceful uses of outer The proposal was expected to be ratified tonight by the 82 nation general assembly which is driving toward adjournment of its 1959 Both the United States and the Soviet Union urged unanimous approval of the which they worked out after three weeks of closed door Negotiations between Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge and Soviet Deputy Foreign Min ster Vasily Kuznetsov were under a lid of secrecy until the agreement aclually was Afler several concessions by Ihe the two agreed on a committee composed of 12 wes tern 7 communist and 5 neutral to serve a twoyear The resolution also calls for an international conference of space experts to be held under auspices in 1960 or The conference was proposed by the Russians at the outset of this assembly Nations To Serve Under the these nations will serve on Ihe twoyear com mittee United Bul Albania and United Arab Austria and The 18nation temporary com mille set up last year was boy See Page 8 The Ohio Legion group had called the ECLC a Communist front Young In turn accused Neil Americanism chairman of the Hamilton County Cincinnati Council of the of implying lhat he was likely lo become tool of Ihe Communisl Young called the censure pom pous and Wetterman later added that many of the legionnaires are quite fed up wilh the senators constant reference to his Le gion membership and war rec ord in an attempt to cloud the Reached at his Cleveland home Friday night Young would not comment on Wetter Austramans statement to dignify this selfproclaimed patrlol by con linuing Ihe He added thai he considered Ihe incident PLEADS GUILTV The ringleader of 20 escaped North Carolina convicls plead ed guilty Saturday to a federal charge of transporting a weapon in Interstate a big help in mending fortunes in areas where they have been The new Eisenhower doctrine Is suggested in salient points of his pronouncements in These are the stands for peace and genuine disarma determination to help friends against need for peoplctopeoplo need for recognition of world law most Important in this the need for a massive noble war against Strong Bond Since the end of World War II Africans and Middle Easlerners have exhibiled a strong bond springing from common common woes and common The leaders of these areas underscored this four years ago In Indonesia where they creat ed what hey called the spirit of Bandung in the city of that At Bandung Red China much in bidding for recognition as the acknowl edged paramount Asian The same Com munist led by used tho Egyptian arms deal to vault into an Arab Middle East bitterly angry with the West The Eisenhower doctrine was proclaimed after the Suez crisis as a warning to the Commu nists against armed intrusion TAUNTING STRIKER A striking United Packinghouse worker who ran from a line of rockthrowing shouts at the closed window of a car bearing nonunion workers from the Wilson packing plant at Albert Several hundred demonstra tors lined the exit scene of a mass out burst by an estimated AP Wire photo in the Middle attacked But th by Brit France and plained We suffer from See Page 8   

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