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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - December 14, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Cloudy and windy through Tuesday with scattered showers and turning colder Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 I 11 I 12 II 2 50 I 52 54 58 60 Westhei Boson an 62 63 Market the Daily Sun and Morning Uahtjf LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW YORK 14 motors corporates commission house Wheat Mixed old crop months Corn Narrowly mixed meager Oats Lower to J5 cent lower top steers steady to strong top 163 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Both Greece Give Ike Rousing Welcomes France Miffed Over Criticism And Actions TALKS FORM PRELUDE FOR NATO HUDDLE Eisenhower Due Friday To Plan Sumit Session 14 called excessive and dramatic today critical remarks made about this country last week by Nathan chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff He deplored delay by mos West European members of the North Atlantic Treaty tion in accepting atomic weapons and stockpiles in integrating air forces into one air defense He madi it clear the United States feel France is the chief Belittles Problems Foreign Minister Mauric Couve De Murville expressec the French position on the Twin ing incident to Secretary of State Christian Herter French sources said Couve D Murville expressed his extrem Surprise at the revelations b the American press of remark made in the military committee whose debates in principle Couve De Murville also sal Twinings remarks were of excessive and dramatic charac that the manner in whic the problems were presented wa out of proportion to the Impoi tance of the problems themse See Page 9 Jlegro Shot To Death By Bystander 14 UP negro man whose wife was arrested for possessing moon shine whisky went to the city hall Sunday killed one policeman and wounded another and then was shotgunned to i death by a passerby as he S Police radio operator Charles said Tom Mc Cracken threatened him when he came into the city hall to ar range bond for his I pulled my gun and told him to sit down and not make any more the young police Texas Violence Kills 38 In Holiday Preview Friends On UN Council Reduced LIVED IN CAR FOB FIVE MONTHS Delores Louise Zamojcin and her and rest in an apartment in Detroit after living for five months in a 1053 Their plight was discovered by police who stopped Zamojcin for Overdue rent caused their eviction and a boarding home held the childrens clothing for a A club of business and professional men moved in to pay the family rerent the stock the cup board with food and get Zamojcin a Her divorced husband has AP Wirephoto Ban On Obscene Books Is Invalid man But McCracken rushed him and Armistead was shot in the chest and neck as the negro wrested the caliber revolver from the officer Then policeman Norman ran in and tried to take the gun from McCracken who had made the arres1 of McCrackens wife was hilled In the officers C McDonald who lives next to the city hall had heard the shoot He rushed to a nearb sporting goods store that is open 24 hours a grabbed a 12 gauge shotgun and blasted Me Cracken to death as he fled ou the door of the city Armistead made his way back to the radio desk and summonei See Page 13 today rul ed unconstitutional a Los An jeles ordinance that provides criminal penalties for possession of an obscene book in any place of business where books are kept for Justice Brennan wrote the courts main Justice rlarlan in a separate opinion concurred In part and dissented n Separate opinions con curring with the majority were written by Justices Frankfurter and The precise division of the court was thus left Justice Brennan said It was plain to the high court majority that the Los Angeles though aimed at obscene mat has such a tendency to in hibit constitutionally protected expression that it cannot stand under the The court ruled on an appeal by Eleazar 75yearold book store He was sentenced to 30 days in jail be cause he had in his store an al leged obscene book entitled Sweeter Than Smith testified in Los Angeles Municipal Court that he had not read the had no rea son to believe it contained ob jectionable would not have handled any book he thought was and had See Page 12 ExConvict To Head Reds NEW 14 OT The Communist party of the United States elected Gus its new leader UNITED 14 JP The effective United States majority of 101 on the UN security council prob ably will dwindle to 83 on most votes in the new This will be the result of elections held in the general assembly for terms on the 11na tion council starting The assembly wound up its 14lh session early Sunday by elect ing communist Poland to a council The election was the last of three eastwest compromises that were among the sessions high Poland and Turkey had been deadlocked in a three month race that ended when the United States and the Soviet Union agreed to let them split the twoyear Poland will resign at the end of and Turkey will finish out the In addition to Ceylon and Ecuador were elected to succeed Canada and oland takes the seat held by The outgoing three voted with the United States in the last test when the council over ode Soviet opposition and voted 101 to send a subcommittee to nvestigate charges of commu nist Intervention in Of the incoming only Ecuador can be counted on to the United States on coldwar Poland will vote with the Soviet and neu tralist Ceylon most likely will An 83 majority is just one vote over the margin of See Page 13 Hold Negroes In BUZZARD WARNING Violent Death ISSUED FOR PANHANDLE Denver Banker House Prpbers Say Payola Widespread former Midwest chair man of the party and an ex replaced Eugene Den Hall was chosen general early today in the wind up of the parlys 17th national The weeklong ses sion was held at a hotel in the heart of A party spokesman attributed Dennis replacement to a stroke suffered last But Halls elevation followed a burst of criticism Sunday against the partys old leader Named as national vice chair men were Elizabeth Guney Flynn of New York and Claude Lightfoot of The party put its membership at compared with to in Only 222 dele gates attended the convention Gibsons Store Is Burglarized Early Sunday Sheriff Rufus Pevehouse am Deputy Howe French Monda were investigating the burglar of Gibsons Discount Center on north Highway 75 sometim Saturday night or tha netted an estimated worth of 8 Typewriters Removed From Jackson High Burglars removed eight typc riters valued at around om the typing lab at Jackson igh School sometime during le Corsicana Schoo Dana Williams reported Williams said the loss was dis overed when arrived begin classes Monday Sheriffs officers are invest 14 J Violent death in a ragged part of town early yesterday ended a night of revelry for banker Jeorge Colorado Democratic National Committee man the past seven His the clothes blood stained and pockets turned in side was found in a tiny with wine bottles and beer An autopsy show ed he died of a skull Detective Keith Morris said Dailene Gresham a told him who was fell down the stairway of her Morris said the woman re lated she called a negro cab driver and with the aid of an other negro woman placed Rocks unconscious body in the cab and drove to the park eight blocks away where they dumped Rocks The detective said William Franklin a cab admitted he made the Police are holding the Gresham Trimble and another Clarence No charges have been The Gresham woman was by Morris as saying she net Rock outside a owntown Denver restaurant nd opposite the Cosmo iolitan Rock had attended a stag mrty for the a shriners un at the Cosmopolitan Saturday About midnight See Page 12 By The Associated Press The Weather Bureau issued a heavy snow and local blizzard warning Monday for parts of Northwest Texas and New Mex Even as the warning snow was falling at Dumas and Amarillo and winds gusting up to 35 miles an hour fanned the The blizzard warning said A slow moving storm center ed over New Mexco Monday morning was causing snow through the Southern As this storm moves southeast ward Monday afternoon and it will spread heavy snows of four inches or more through eastern New Mexico and the Panhandle and upper South 14 House investigators report they are finding indications decep tive broadcasting practices in every part of the country and in all levels of the radioTV A progress report published today touched on network of ficials plugging outside inter ests over their pro gram directors taking kickbacks from record manu facturers rigging top 40 rec ord and other The information is expected to be the basis of hearings by the House Legislative Oversight subcommittee early in the next season of No firms or individuals were Vntified in the which issued as a memorandum from committee counsel Robert W Lishman to chairman Oren Harris Lishman said allegations ol DuBois practices in the radio record and television fields have leen uncovered 1 every major city and in every section of the The information has been ob tained through interviews by committee from members of Congress and from elephone telegrams and etters that have poured Into the committee office in recent Lishman Among the questionable activi ies mentioned in the memoran dum were Rigging of top 10 and top 40 record Allegations are that a sys tematic approach is made to key retail record sellers through out the country whereby for money the record sellers will falsely state that a certain rec ord or records are the ones which have been the best sell the report Kickbacks paid to station officials by juvenile and other French reported Monda morning that the exact amoun of the loss had not been de termined because a complel inventory has not vet bee Missing were numerous item including 40 or 50 wrist walche of various nine or te electric mens and worn ens nine or ten an several sets of cuff French said the burglars en tered the building by pryin open the metal wall at the rea they took the watche and other items and left th empty boxes In a neat pile i the center of the The burglary could have cured anytime between 11 Saturday and 1 Sunda according to He sai nothing was found to indicat whether it was a job of local o outoftown No arres talent appearing on and nad been Monday morn Bee Page 12 Williams said the classroom which the machines were toien is in a temporary build ng immediately west of the wing of Jackson Apparently nothing elsi ras he and ther as no evidence of vandalism The superinlendent addec mt officers have not yet de ermined how entry was mad n the typewriters al hough two windovs In the tern orary structure were found un ocked Monday The loss is covered by insur Williams Warden Foils Prison Break WALLA Dec 14 one of hem a twolime stabbed a guard and tried to break out of the Washington State Prison during visiting hours Sunday They were thwarted when the warden grabbed a gun and shot wo of Warden Bob sum monel by a frightened clerk in an outer snatched a pistol from a hesitant guard anc shot Richard 20 and Gordon The thirc John quickly the apparent ring was shot an inch from the heart and was in critical condition In serious con dition was guard Gorman Bar knifed in the back by Mil Miller was reported in sat isfactory Public College Begin Holiday Friday Four four hundred thirtythree young Corsicann hearts will thump gleefully be tween 3 and 4 Friday when the public school system be stows an annual Christmas pre sent that always Is one of the for all that it wont go in a The present is the seasonal which will extend until and during the frolicking find pleas antries are and multiplication and test tubes are Nobody ever gets too old to emember the sweet excitement and security attached to more than two weeks of no with no chance for imed invitations to rncite les sons that should have been pre lared hut Joe director of inslruc ion for the school said Monday it will be just a shorl breather from the time post loliday classes are resumed to end of the first setncstel Barring happenings which might interfere with the teach ing Parks 90 lalns of Strong winds vill cause local blizzard condi tions with considerable drift ng snow Motorsts and other Interests western Texas and New Mexico should listen for latei orecasts and Dalhart hufore noon had snow n 29 degree Amarillo lad 33 and the snow there was mixed with light Perryton n the northeast Panhandle had a sprinkle and the mercury started sliding Dumas had See Page 2 County Gets Contract Back On Highway 31 A contractual agreement he tween the Commissioners Cour and the State Highway Depart mcnt concerning the construe tion of n fourlane highway from Corsicana to a point wes of Powell on Highway 31 ha been returned to the County Judge Kenneth Dou lea niHrfi announcemen t the regular meeting Monda lorning but said he was no otified as to when actual con truction will Return o ie contract wns viewrd as ndication that construction wi scheduled Navarro county will ecuring of rights of way an he state will handle thn con according to terras o he In other notion Monday morn the Court approved til weigher bonds of Jea days of instruction will havi been given In the first semester with 87 teaching days schedulec for the The Intter perioc begins But nil thats In the faraway future of the pupils For them theres only one da thats important right am thats when once Schools out for Christmas The same Christmas holldfi 18 lo January 4 ill be observed at Navarro Jun or Pope Is Adamant On Birth Control VATICAN 14 Palaces consistory The In formally naming eigit new cardinals today Pope John XXIII warned anew against communism and declared artifi cial birth control is not the an swer to the problem of hunger In the Lethal methods of limita lions of birth cannot be con the Pope The new cardinals include two American Albert Gregory Meyer of Chicago Archbishop Alois Muench of This gives the ed States a record six the growth of Ameri can Catholicism in the past cen The creation of the new car dinals at a secret consistory raised the total In the college of cardinals to a historic high of The Pope delivered his allocu tion or solemn address to 33 old members of the college clos eted with him In the Vaticai new cardinals were not present Dut received their notification ater from a papal For a great part of human the Pope said in his allocu Ihe problem of hunger Is slill To avoid Ihis grave in no case can erron eous doctrines be adopted 01 lethal methods of limitation o The Ponliff did not mention communism by but nil warning was clear as he said In a particular wny ou thoughts and anxious affection turn to that part of our flocl which still is denied the possi bility of practicing its faith ful ly and We embrace with most ar dent love all those people among whom the laws of Goi are violated and the most ele mentary rights of human liber ty and conscience are op See Page 2 By The Associated Press Death stalked weekend travel ers in underscoring a grim official warning that the Christmas holidays will take an even bloodier Twentyeight persona died five in one crash In 20 auto accidents between 6 Friday and midnight Fires claimed six lives and other causes swelled tha violent death count to Looking ahead to he holl the state wnrncd only Saturday traffic accidents would claim an estimated 111 lives from 23 through The ominous forecast came from Homer Garri son Director of the Texas Jeportment of Public Tills ChristmasNew Years inllilay is expected to be one nf the most dangerous for Irivors that we have experl iicccl for some Garrison Not only Is tho holiday per ort longer In the number of days It but this has been a prosperous year for Irlvers and more cars are on the A collision of a car and i ickup truck 14 miles east o Crowell in Northwest Texas a awn Sunday took the heavies See Page 2 Both Unborn Child Traffic Victims Murphy and Whistler an approved the cons ruction r miles of farm lo markc Page 12 Benson Wont Quit Cabinet 14 Secrelary of Agriculture Ezr Taft Benson said today he ha no intention of but will continue to fight for a pros expanding and free ag The cabinet officer issued a statement from Walter Reed Army Mcdiuul where he is recuperating from a gnll blad der throwing down published reports that he would slcp aside These reports said recurrence of criticism of him and his farm policies among some members of his party would prompt such action by 14 UP lo Ann Hogue woke her husband The pains were reg ilar While he hurriedly she made lastminute for the 16mile ride the hospital where her second child was to be A half hour on the high ivay to a car appeared suddenly from a side Tires screamed on the hut too Killed in the crash were 21 her James Arthur and the driv of the other Juan Vela a farm worker from nearby Among cars passing the wreckage in the dim light ol lawn was one carrying and Grady Halliburton of Sla parents of Hogue They talked happily of the im pending Maybe we should stop anc iee if it could be Mrs Sec Page 9 60 INJURED IN COLLAPSE WALL RAILING Monday Busiest Day On Extended Traveling By Ike 14 Working a 20hour resident Eisenhower said good y to India today and won ousing welcomes in Iran and both under the protec ive fold of military Here in Athens hundreds of housands of Greeks turned out o cheer and King Paul greeted the president enthuslas icnlly at Athens Ellenikon saying the Greek people nad watched his journey so ar with deep Railing Collapses Here in hundreds of turned out to cheer and but the presidents entry was marred by the col apse of a wall railing under the weight of throngs trying to sea More than 00 persons were reported some Kink Paul greeted the See Page 9 Trip To Brazil Now In Making For Eisenhower 14 President Eisenhower may visit Brazil In source aid Plans are being considered or him to attend the ion of Brazils new Bra which is scheduled for that These sources said that at the resent time is was doubtful hat Eisenhower would be able o visit other Latin American This was due to tho imitations of time and also the desire to avoid offense by visit ng some Latin American states and not Opening of Brazils new capt would give the president an opportunity to visit one place vhere he could meet with most American who probably would attend the offi cial Elsenhower Is reported to bs anxious to visit Latin He recently said he Is keep ng the visit very much In Washington officials aro re ported hopeful the president will able to make tho trip despite the pressures of the scheduled summit rlext years presidential election and the fact that Congress will be in session at that Eisenhower was understood to be desirous of not giving an Impression that he considers the areas of Africa and Asia of greater importance to the United States than Latin Amer His Milton Elsenhow who Is a presidential adviser on Latin America has called Latin America the area of greatest importance to tho United President Lauds Bravery Of Iran TITAN EXPLODES A ball of fire find smoko pours from a Titan intercontinental range missile as it explodes a split sec ond after launching at Cape The resemb ling a nuclear sent flames shooting hundreds of feet into the Service lower at left of missile was blackened mass when smoke The last attempt to launch a this nations biggest war ended in a similar explosion last Both illfated launchings were aimed at igniting the second stage for the first AP Wirephoio 14 IP Presidenl Eisenhower lauded Iran today for refusing to stand on the sidelines in the free worlds flghl against commu Then he said farewell to Asia and carried his mission of peace and freedom on to It was the longest day of the presidents threccontinenl spanning miles between New Delhi and It in cluded six busy hours in the Iranian capital and another crowded six hours in Alhens before bedtime The presidents plane took off for Alhens al II was due in Ihe Greek capital 3 12 hours Eisenhower praised Irans bravery in the face of a pow erful propaganda assault a few hours after a flag waving Ihrong of hailed his arrival In halfway poinl on his mission of peace and good In an address lo a Joint ses sion of Irans the president said the people Iran continue to demonstrate that quality o fortitude which has characterized the long an nals of your history as a na I know I speak for the Amer ican people when I say we are proud to count so valiant a na tion as a he Eisenhower addressed the par liament after a twohour private review with Shah Mohammed Rezn Pahlevi of problems fac ing this American ally on the southern doorstep of the Soviet Union The president told the legislators the free world must not abandon such defense alli ances as the Middle Easts Cen tral Treaty Organization CEN TO to which Iran unlil Ihe Soviels agree to an en forceable world See Page 13   

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