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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - December 17, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Occasional rain this afternoon and early tonight becoming part ly cloudy late tonight and Friday coo to Thermometer Readings 8 9 I 10 11 i 12 i II 2 51 I BS I 65 i cunt ne 54 Daily Sun and SemiWttkly Morning LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW ed selected issues gov ernments at new Cotton Irregular mill profit taking CHICAGO Wheat liquida to 25 cents lower top er steers weak to 50 cents lower top 166 1959 TWENTYEIGHT SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENTS French Deadlock Left To Heads Of State ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ftft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Ike Discusses Algeria War With Bourguiba STRANDED BY HEAVY trucks and a Greyhound bus were among the vehicles stranded by heavy snow on Highway 66 in the CRUISER IS NOW HEADED FOR FRANCE Eisenhower Is Hailed At Scene Of War Triumphs WITH EISENHOWER IN THE Dec 17 Eisenhower re ceived the cheers of thousands of Tunisians today and dis cussed with President Habib Bourguiba the war in He then resumed his voyage to aboard the Cruiser Des Back DeGaulle Plan White House Secretary James Hagerty said the two presi their Tunis meeting French President DeGaulles proposals inches of snow fell in the area forcing closure for ending the Algerian conflict Federal Judges Adopt Gag Rule Hiway 75 Contract THOMPSON ASSERTS TEXAS OIL IN GOOD CONDITION dents endorsed Charles of the highway between Texas and New Mexi AP Wirephoto Snowtrapped Hundreds Freed 17 m sun broke through for the first time in four days over Vaughn and hundreds of motor ists stranded in the east plains cow town today began to move The normal population of about had been swelled by 800 unwilling travelers stalled bya heavy snowfall which blocked highways out of the Traveling still1 was limit early with routes clear only to the southwest and north Daniel To Reveal His Plans 4 y an offer of selfdetermina Hagerty stressed that the wo presidents did not seek to ettle the leaving that the Algerians and French A joint communique issued n hour after the Presidents irief visit said the two leaders greed failure to achieve so ution in Algeria was of grave The achievement of selfde ermination by African anc State police headquarters in Santa Fe said early today 54 was open from Vaughn to Santa Rosa and from Vaughn westward to Alamogordo and El Still blocked was 285 to the south and another westward route was snowcovered from the nearby village of Encino to the town of an air operation to provide feed for livestock cut of by the heavy snow continued through A spokesman from Kirtland Air Force Base in Albuquerque said two C47s from the Air Force Special Weapons Center took off after Thej were flown to Roswell to pick up hay to be dropped to cattle and sheep in the En cino and Fort Sumner A i r National See Page 7 AUSTJrV 17 Iff1 Gov iSWce Daniel said today he will tell Texas voters In a statewide radio speech 4 what his lolitical plans are for There will be no huts or tell me you the governor told a news conference Daniel added that his about a possible bid for a third term is still not made up but in all fairness to concern ed I am setting a definite date when I will make my plans mind made mind about calling a special session of the Legisla although he is now con inced a majority oMhe Legisla ture would not prefer such a I is clear that if a special session is called the leg slature would enact improvement program said hjshBdno schoo anc never has been in better shape The Ernest was honored here at dinner in his honor attended by about The sut was sponsored by Thomp sons including World War I and II Asian peoples is one nost important events the our 17 hairman of the Texas Railroad Wednesday well in oil Thompson said that in 1932 Texas had five Commission night that nd added said all is that the industry of oil reserves billion barrels in discovered Trinity Creeks Falling Chambers and Richland creeks were falling in their upper Na varro county watersheds Thurs day while the swollen Trinity river was voiced the opinion that floods would no be widespread encountered since it appeared that the up stream precipitation had lessen The Trinity is expected to crest about floodstage Thursday night at the Texas Power and Light Company Trinidad control tower This is at 28 12 would try to finance it despit the fact legislators would rath er not have a special Daniel The governor chatted inform ally with reporters for more than half an He opened the session saying this was the econd in the series of weekly See Page 7 Find Womans Frozen Body 17 The frozen body of HarrJ was found Wednesday In a food freezer at her trailer home in this lower Rio Grande Valley Peace Justice Jack Verser o nearby Weslaco withheld a vet diet pending outcome of an The womans husband tok the communique Hailed by Thousands Returning to the scene o his North African triumphs a a general in World War Ei See Page 10 ockefeller isiis Dallas On Facts Tour DALLAS dogged by bad Nelson Rockefeller arrived in Dallas to Jay on his political fact finding our of the A majority of Texas Republl like those in ire considered supporters of Vie President Richard Rockefeller prepared to meet political and business leaders in Dallas and Houston Three Children Blaze Victims 17 A grandmother and her daugh ters three children burned to death here Wednesday night while the childrens parents were at an automatic The dead were Hattie and the three children of Ernest Yar 5 3 and an 18monthold male Neightbors rushed to the washateria where the Yar broughs were laundering the familys clothes and told them of he fire after the bodies had been taken to a Yar and his were hysterical with Fire Chief Charles Since the state has produced 19 billion barrels of Through proper conserva tion he there still are 14 billion barrels of oil reserves in discovered Thompson predicted that the time will come when secondary recovery procedures will be started soon after an oil field is He said this would speed up existing procedures toward getting the most oil pos sible out of a He said pressure maintenance measures can be started as soon as the producing characteris tics of a field are He pointed to the huge East Texas Filed as an example of secon dary The commission has increased bottomhole pres sure in the field with salt wate Texas o much to fi I The contract for miles of Highway 75 from East rst avenue in Corsicana to a oint mile south of Inter ate 45 was announced in Aus n after bids were tabulated te according to he Associated The 2 12mile contract for idening concrete aving and including widening of the underpass n North Seventh street under Thompson fields contributed nal victory In World War II before Sen Page S The river was feet and rising Thursday at 10 Chambers creek gauge on Highway 31 east of Corsicana1 Thursday morning showed feet Thursday after cresting at Wednesday See Page 7 at police he discovered the body in the chesttype freezer about mid She had been miss ng since Tuesday Earl weighed 110 pounds She was dressed in pajamas an Pope Confers Hats On New Cardinals VATICAN John XXIII today con ferred the red hats of their rank on seven new cardinals in the second preChristmas consistory of his Two Americans were among the Albert Gregory Car din il archbishop of Chl Alois Cardinal now bishop of and until and apostolic nuncio to An eighth new prince of the Paolo Cardinal Is in Paris as apostolic nuncio to He will receive his red broadbrimmed his return to the Vatican in a few A hushed throng of thousands watched in Peters Basilica as the new cardinals one by one climbed the redcarpeted steps to the Popes throne and greet ed For each the Pontifi had a brief personal word anc a As each in turn two ai Agaln his chartered anded in the rain and plane there Shot At Venus Again were only a handful of people at the airport to meet He running an hour behind schedule when he The Pawnee Indian tribe made him an honorary chief in a ceremony in the airport at Oklahoma City where he took off for Chief James Sun Ok lahoma leader of the placed a large war bonnet on Rockefellers It was ex plained that this was a peace ful war The chief conferred an In who could offer no Im mediate cause for the said Hardy apparently tried vainly to get the children out of the burning house before she was Her body was found slumped over a the arms believed to have been Bodies of the other two children were on the bedroom Adams said when his men arrived the house was totallj involved and flames are com ing from the front and rear windows and the middle por tion of the The Space Agency today an nounced a further postponemen of an attempt to shoot a Thoi Able space probe toward Venu The 90pound instrument pack age initially was to have bee aunchcd from Cap but was pos poned until The National Aeronautics and Space Administration said to day it has been further post poned because of electronic dian name meaning Chief No ble Man High on the Road ofiducts through the port Russian Goods Entering Texas 17 UP Port of Houston handled 348 in coal tar products from the Soviet Union last A navigation district repor released Wednesday showec other ironcurtain countries sen in miscellaneous pro Fort and Worth and Denver Rock Island lie ity oes to Texas Bithulitic for The highway department Wed See Page 7 favarro Mills Bids Due Friday Bids will be received Friday n Fort Worth by the Army 3orps of Engineers on one of he first phases of construction in the million dollar plus Navarro Mills The Fort Worth District En gineers office has called for ids for a 2 opening and Honor on Another Oklahoman told Rock istants held a symbolic red hat over his head and Pope John In latin For the praise of Almighty God and the honor of the Holy Apostolic See receive the Red the special badge of a car dinals By this you are to understand that you must show yourself even to the shedding of your in mak ng our holy faith in securing peace for the Chris ian and in promoting the welfare of the Roman In the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy The new cardinal then de scended the approached Arkansas Train Halted To Let Santa Pay Call 17 Christmas came early for Ed ward Jarrett and his wife and 15 It wasnt Santa on a But it was something almost as astonishing to this little village the MissouriPacific this war bonnet We efeller slightly showed it to a woman before you got See I These products included glass textiles and Shipments from this country to Russia through the Port of near The passenger train that al She said she 7 Houston totaled only These Included raw hides problems which arose in the inal checkout of the Instru mental The agency said a new firing date has not yet been schedul It declined to Indicate when the firing may be informed sources said an high frequency ISOwatt transmitter designed to relay information from up to 50 million miles out In transmitter has an output 30 times greater than any the United States has yet flown in space and it is designed to test the feasibility of long range space communica FINED FOR TRAPS England Ml Claude Grimwood of nearby Wethersfield paid a 5pound fine today for illegally set ting traps for One of the caught the village police has announced that It will re veal the apparent low bidder It was reported to the Daily fun by a local subcontractor that some 60 sets of plans and specifications had been taken out by prospective prime and subcontractors who have man ifested an interest In the work The Engineers advised the phase to be placed under this initial contract will deal with clearing of land in the im mediate damsite area and some earthwork along the Soaking Rains Hit Louisiana NEW 17 UP reaching cloud Durst proportions in some areas of Southern Louisiana dumped nearly seven Inches ot water on rule adopted by the Dis Court of Eastern Michi gan which permits civil suits to be filed in secrecy has drawn the attention of a Senate com mittee and the criticism of a Detroit Charles Slayman coun sel for a Senate Constitu tional Rights said he had been instructed by Committee Chairman Thomas Hennings to luok Into the new And the Detroit News in a front page editorial today invited contempt proceedings saying it would vio late what it termed the courts gag ruin as soon as we can fine a the editoria the rule would deny the people of Michigan information as to what is happening In the court they The rule was adopted Wed njsday when four of the six federal judges on the federa bench here voted for Two other judges regularly assignet See GAG 8 Navy Rescues 15 Seamen Oil Sinking Ship LONG 1 Navy ship today rescue 15 abandonac the styWris fAshler IntHe1 Pacl The Navy picket found lifeboats after hours of scare1 All the crew was rescue and there were no The Coast Guard here said Opelousas and Inches In other day and nearly four areas Wedncs wern flooded waist deep in one section of Opeiousas and firemen reported they was presumed that the freight er SS Guam laden with scrap had gone The crewmen were to bo transferred to another navy the for re turn to San agents for the aid they assumed it had gone down as there had been no messages since an was The dis tress message from Mah Ion Boese said there was flood ing In the shaft alley of the Time Short For last Veteran 17 UP A doctor said today he has little hope that Walter 117 NATO WILL MEET AGAIN N MARCH Final Efforts To Gain Unity Remain Thwarted 17 m The 15 orth Atlantic Allies today cased the dead ick over unified defense to residents Eisenhower and De aullo for Defense ministers of the Al es made a last slab today at caching agreement on Integra on at least of their European ir defenses under command f the North Atlantic Treat rganization But ranee for the third day of NATOs annual ministerial re held firm against the 11 ther refusing to ontrol of any more of her orces to the central Informed sources confirmed hat the issue was now firmly n the schedule for discussion vhen DeGaulle and Eisenhower neet privately in a ession accompanying the West ern Summit meeting this The defense ministers decided to meet again in Paris n midMarch to review prog rcss toward It appeared the NATO al ies did not want to risk an open row with DeGaulle and had declared a temporary I But the truce was likely OTsljort We i to See Page 7 WEU Ministers Tackle Ticklish Trade Problems linisters could reach some homes only by civil can survive his fourth attack of pneumonia An estimated three feel of sjnce water stalled trucks and cars in Russell persona another section and Bayou Teaphysician to the Confcderal said Williams continue o grow Williams has Deen In critical condition sev eral days and has been unde an oxygen tent since Willie Mae a daughter of the old sale her father seems to be growing weaker by the Ambush Fatal To Roger Touhy 17 fl Roger The Terrible Touhy was assassinated from ambush Wednesday night and police ways flees past with a hoarse blat from its horn pulled up and stopped In a matter of the train crew had unloaded worth of food from the baggage car and transferred it to Jar retts small The trainmen worked They were making an unauthor ized stop and already be hind schedule on the Little Rock Memphis It happened so fast nobody y persons unknown That is the traditional ver dict stamped on scores of gang style killings through the dec ades since the bloody prohibi ion era in which Touhy played L major The little grayhaired Roger was the fourth of six sons of a Chicago policeman to die in gun 33 old members of the college of cardinals ranged below the and exchanged an em brace with kissing on both Present with the college was Francis Cardinal archbishop of New See Page 8 had time to say least of all the He broke down and went to said Owens of Little the engineer on the The kids were in the We didnt There wasnt much The railroadmen made the stop so they could be sure their admirers among the 15 little See Page 7 moved swiftly he crime out try the to keep murder The arrival in Chicago of John Jake the Barber Factor only a day before the killing of Touhy made him an important witness in an inquest hastily iummoned by Walter Mc A onetime confidence man md now a Beverly estate was In he city in connection with his ibel suit against Touhy grow ng out of the gangsters auto The Stolen Touhy served lime in prison or the kidnaping of Shotgun blasts cut him down only 23 days after he had finish ed serving a quarter century in His companion and longtime Walter a retired police was wounded in the He managed to pull his gun and fire at the assassins before The killing occurred on the porch of the home of Touhys sister were the 61yearold ex convict was living until he could Touhy always contended the kid naping was a hoax and a frame Factor said he was In a near North Side restaurant when he learned of the This really breaks me up he Im very sorry to hear I just hope they find the Factor told police he has no idea who might have wanted Touhy out of the He said he would attend the Coroners inquest even if his complete some permanent lawyer advised him not He made the statement short f after being handed sub poena to He said he also wants to pay he hospital bills of Fac tor declared Miller had served his bodyguard for four months after his He was with me when it was a dangerous thing for any man to be with Factor said Hes a fine officer and Im very sorry about what hap Factor declined to say any thing explaining I hav strict orders from my attorney not to say He left his hotel suite in com pany of two Homicide Bureai detectives assigned to guari Like most of the ganglan killings in the the as sassination of Touhy left pollc with little in the way of clues These included five empt 12gauge shotgun th stories of two boys and tw nurses who said they saw tw I See Page 7 son flooding several rlnans reported inches fell Rouge In the 21 eriod ended at 6 CLAIMS NEW Joe of a pilot at Ed test climbs out of the F 104 Lockheed jet at Los what the Air Force claimed Is a new world altitude mark of which the Navy said was reach CAP Wirephoto last surviving veteran of the of 17 the seven na ion Western European WEU today discussed the por tical and trade Issues divid ng the allies in Their meeting brought Brit1 Ins Solwyn Lloyd focotofaca vith the foreign ministers of he six states which make up ho common WEU is the only organization I llrcctly linking Britain with The Six West Hoi1 and and They have banded themselves I nto a tight economic ty in which tariffs and other I trade concessions are Britain considers their trade policies will lead to discrimi nation against outside I and has sponsored formation ofl a rival European Free Trade known as the Outer Seven Lloyd was understood to haval Into the talks seeking arrange bloctobloo negotia With some American both groups will come togeth er next month within the I 20nation European framework of the Organization for Economic Cooperation OEEC I No Income Tax Cut Due In 19601 17 reduction of tax rates withl Income tax reduction is un likely In The steady increase in federal government need for every tax the monument al complexity of the tax and deeply rooted congressional differences add up to a tax status quo for another This became clear today as taxwriting House Ways and Means Committee ncared the end of five weeks of hearings on future comprehensive revision of the tax When the sessions end the committee will have about mt sacrificing Chairman Wilbur Mills Dl Ark says such an overall ratol reduction could bo achieved broadening the taxable Income amounts and types ofl ncome subject to tax elimination of many tax prefer deductions and As a first Mills will turn over to the committees staff the mountain of proposals made 1 closely printed often conflicting tax pages views businessmen anc committee Election year pressures for popular tax cuts undoubtedly will be as great as but key members have ruloc out any substantial revision o the tax laws next They feel the groundwork has been laid for future overhaul ing of the law to permit a gen the winnowed for For the Immediate These will be practical stud future prospects of major tax cuttin are influenced by a number factors A probable record peace time budegt of 80 billion which would not permit reduc tion of revenues without increaa ing the national A belief that tax cutting would only compli cate the patchwork tax Sea Page 7   

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