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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - December 18, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Saturday colder tonight with low in Thermometer Reading 8 9 10 I 11 I 12 II 8 48 48 48 48 50 Compleu Weather Report an 54 58 Market Daily Sun jndSemlWetkly Morning LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS StARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er motors and steel governments at record ular quiet CHICAGO Wheat Higher light general er short Oats Higher nearby months to 25 cents lower top Cattle Not enough slaughter steers to test 167 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Herter Confer On Major Issues ft ft 2f F 2r 3F 3F ft ft Texas Facing Record Political Year EXTBA DUTY FOB Glaus isnt normally expect ed to pull teeth in addition to all his other jobs around Christmas but Sherri Lyn wanted Santa to pull her first tooth when she visited him at a Santa obliged and Sherri Lyn departed with the tooth hoping shel get a gift from the good fairy who swaps teeth left under pillows by little boys and AP Wirephoto Texas Will Keep 10Dav Oil Flow 18 UP The Railroad Commission retained pany has had difficulty finding both sweet and sour crude ir VOTERS CAN BE HEARD IN PRECINCTS Primary Judges To Mark Party On Poll Receipt By DAVE CHEAVENS 18 ng changes in political ground rules including tighter control of precinct convention eligibili ty are in store for Texans in In many ways it promises to be one of the biggest political years in Many Conventions There will be five stale level conventions by the two estab lished plus the two na tional conventions and the gen eral election Everything starts Feb 1 the deadline for filing for a place on the Democratic pri mary The Republican hold their first state conven tion May 30 to nominate can USW Demanding Negotiations By Companies Detroit Papers Challenge Gag Rule today the 10day old production December in the amounts need Schedule for January which kept the statewide allowable at Its current level of barrels ft This was the second straight month the oil au thority had authorized a 10day pattern following a series of 9 day months beginning this sum The allowable was the gener al recommendation of most major oil buying companies which testified at the proration Nine companies asked a continuation of the current Three of the states biggest buyers recommended 11 One firm asked for a re duction to a nineday There was no testimony from Independent oil producers Charles Shaver of Houston for the states largest oil the com County Pecan Growers Near Record Return Bolstered by top prices and good the 1959 pecan market in Navarro county may be in the process of setting new With the harvest in its fina one estimate places the amount that already has been paid pecan producers at The company nominated barrels a day and asked or an 11day Shaver laid that even on 11 days the lompany had already made irm commitments to buy 00 barrels a day of spot oil and said with a 10day pattern the company would need 20 to 000 barrels more Indiana Purchasing the only buyer to recommond a re nominated for Barrels daily on a 9day pattern uid said it would have about day on a 10day Other nominations 11 Texaco 10 days See Page 7 Victim Credits Syndicate With Touhy Shooting 18 syndicate guns cut down Rogei Touhy less than a month after his release from thi man wounded In the fusillad The It was the That is what Genevievi Miller said today her husband told her repeatedb during vigil at his bedside in which is quite a lift to the countys Reported failures in pecan producing states in the deep south are said to be the reason for the high prices being paid producers this Growers Two men carrying shotgun killed and critical wounded a retired po lice Wednesday nigh on the steps of Touhys sister home where the gang chief ha been living since his have been paid as high as 35 What value Millers accusa cents a but prices have dropped slightly during the past few it was At the same Navarro county was having a near bump er with one estimate being placed at 85 per cent of the full potential While Navarro county was having the aboveaverage pro the for the na See Page 12 tion has to investigators of th assassination is indistinct Every gangland killing aroun Chicago for decades has bee attributed to the Who its members are and ho they can be brought to justic eludes Touhys body was spirite from the morgue late Thurs day night and was given See Page 12 idates for state Voting in the party primary be the basic rule for admis ion to and participation in th Democratic precinct conven To Stamp Receipts Since the Republicans ave no members o hat party will take their po receipts to the precinct con There they will be of icially stamped See Page 12 Progress 9n Integration To Rockefeller 18 Nelson Rockefeller b that the Eisenhowe administration could have don more to speed up desegrega ion of the public He expressed this belief Texas as he neared the end o political factfinding tou through seven states I wont be satisfied until we achieve our he He defined the goal as ulti mate equality for In news conferences in the reporters questioned Rockefeller closely about his opinions on the bitter controver sy over the He said he is not satisfied ivith the pace of At the same time he counselled patience and said understand ing is He said parties of interest should be brought A great deal can be done by a group sitting down not in the glare of public Rockefeller headed for Miami today on the last leg of a tour that has taken him through In Wis and He says the purpose of the trip is to talk with Republican leaders to discuss issues and to help him decide whether to See Page 7 Chief Of Police Yarns Against jghtJumping Corsicana motorists were arned with the in reasingly heavy Christmas traf ic to stop jump ng changing traffic signal ights on The warning was sounded by olice Chief Massey who aid too many people are in too iig a hurry and are having ac idents or near misses trying to make a green light changing o or else starting up rom a stop as a red light is changing to the caution We are increasing the num ber of officers in the downtown district to regulate the heavier traffic and orders are being ssued to ticket every motorist who moves his vehicle on a yel low Chief Massey This can be expensive two a court fine upon con and in increased au tomobile insurance rates after 1 when the slates new mer it insurance law goes into ef it was Moving traf flc can mean penalty rate iri auto SALVATION ARMY SHORT MONEY FOR NEEDY Little lime is left for yet a big job still to be done pro viding of at least one toy for every needy child in the j both channeled through the Salvation are in sway to meet this One is the Toys for Tots campaign sponsored annually by the Corsicana Rotary Club whereby the public is encourag ed to contribute used or broken toys which can be refinished and repaired by the skilled lands of the citys firemen who volunteer each year for this worthy Toy CoChairman Bill Clark son of the Rotary Club announc ed that the flow of toys being donated to this project pickec up momentum over the weekenc and early this but it is still not as good a response as is needed to make the progran Toys given today and Saturday will have to be mend ed by or Tuesday at thp absolute latest arid that isnt much time when firemen have other choirs which come The response of the public hus far is greatly appreciated the Rotary the Salva Christmas Toll From Traffic Estimated 530 An estimated 530 persons may be killed during the long Christmas says the National Safety The council said the n Jaycees Will Sponsor City Dimes Corsicana Junior Chamber o Commerce voted Thursday nigh to sponsor its Initial commun ity project and took anothe under Meeting In the City Hall court room the members voted ti sponsor the city March of campaign which is scheduled ti start 1 and continues tha Leonard Harper volunlcerec as chairman of the and chose Oliver Albrilton t assist in the early organizalion al II was anticipated b ion Army and iremen under hief Charley The second project the volunleei direction of Is the salvation Army Christmas ket les whose funds are used each to buy the food supple iienlal toys to fill the Christmas See Page 7 Belgian King Tries To Quiet Conqo Unrest Belgian Con Baud ouin of the fresh from a firsthand demonstration the African unrest that has troubled Ihe Belgian Congo for has assured the Congo lese he is trying to serve them Africans shouting for inde pendence and release of a jail ed riot leader greeted the 29 yearold monarch on his arriv al here yesterday for a two week study In a radio broadcast Thursday night from a city of astride the Congo Riv er just below Stanley Baudouin told the Congos peo I try above all to serve your own interests and your 18 The Detroit News today challenged districtcourt judges to hold ts editor in contempt by dis closing details of a suit four ol six judges had ordered suppress The Detroit Times and the Detroit Free in die the same All three Detroit dailies print ed names and some other de tails in the The News challenged contempt action in a page one editorial entitled A Freedom Authorize Secrecy Chief Judge Theodore Levin if the Eastern District of Michigan and three associates oined Wednesday in signing a ormal rule authorizing supprcs ion of all details in pending civil Judge Levin said the judges acted under what he termed the inherent power of the The rule provides that at orneys may ask the court to supprcs a suit and that if any udge so the clerk Shall prevent all persons from having access to any of the mpers in the except these persons designated in the Gives Suit Details The newspapers reported the IS dent David McDonald of the United Steel Workers said oday a revised union proposal for settlement of the steel dis pute would cost the companies more than the Kaiser The union chief discussed the new offer briefly at a news conference at which he de clared the if will go to court to force the companies to bargain Individ McDonald told a news confer ence the union on 10 ask cd individual companies to re sume talks on a companywide but has received no re He said if industry leaders suit involves an architectural and engineering diffcr nces among its executives ind ilivislon A Ijrmci See Page 2 would compare with deaths on the highways dur ing n nonholiday weekend at this time of The count of traffic deaths will start at 6 24 and continue until midnight a period of 78 During lust years Christ mas which covered a fourday or 95 594 persons were killed In traffic the majority present that a our mieresia ami members of the cluh would he personal members of the club would be expected to help with the pro Frank presi dent of the Jaycee pointed out that the dimes March last year brought in t DIE IN TUNNEL LONG UPl Four men were killed and two njured after deadly fumes ex ploded and caught fire in a I NEW 18 Referring to Belgiums prom ise of near independence for territory of 14 million as soon as Intertribal strife the king said The time has come to satis Tension Mounts In Morocco As Result Arrests 18 UP mounted in Morocco today as the country moved to ward n possible crisis Left and right wing political groups feuded around the throne of King Mohammed V On the eve of President Eis enhowers next Tuesday leftwing Moroccat do not accede to his demands the union will seek contemp1 action in federal Arthur USW general said that un der the TaftHarley law com panies are obligated to deal individually because our con tracts are not McDonald said the union sub mitted a revised proposal for See Burleson Says DeGaulle Acts Like A Child Omar Burleson a member of the House For eign Relations said Thursday the United States should not be afraid to speak out strongly in favor of integ rated forces despite the opposi tion of President Charles De who wants to keep French forces under Frencl Burleson said its was entirely proper for Nathan Twin chairman of the Joint Chief of and Secretary of State Christian Herter to warn the French government the North Atlantic Treaty Organi zation is being weakened by De Gaulles Labor Federation and the Na tionnl Union of Popular forces EISENHOWER SPEEDING TO PARIS TALKS Altering Adamant DeGaulle Stand Big Assignment EN ROUTE WITH EISEN IS Presi dent Eisenhower and his sec retary of Christian conferred on world prob lems today aboard a train mov ing through the French coun Timetable Secret The President and his foreign policy advisor were closeted in the Presidents car as the train sped him from Touion to where he will attend a meet ing of the Western As the train swept past vine yards and rich fields few people even realize that President Ei senhower was French security precautions barred peo le from stations along the routo and the splitsecond timetable was kept A few who lad waited for a glimpse of the President waved at the train as s sped past small The President looked fit and cheerful after his threeday Mediterranean Greeted By Salute An echoing 21gun saluta greeted the heavy cruiser Dos Molnes as she brought tha President Into Toulon and Snapped to President PageVT about and he was told fy the legitimate aspirations ofjthn money would be a lot harder to j the Inhabitants of the Congo and UNFP1 defiance lo his the which has ordered g ioad uke hll lmt and thn arrest of two of their Comparing thn French presi dent to a small Burleson said When the gume does not he ball Charge Czech Radio Station Poison Source 18 UP The Army charged today that the Czech oslovak vice consul at provided a Commun ist agent with the poison found In salt shakers at the cafe teria of Rodlo Free Europe in The Army counterintelligence investigation shows that Jaro slav Nemec vice consul at tho Czech consulate In on 16 collect this year than it was at the same time avoid the dis last Harper and Albrilton discuss See Page 12 Baugh Named Pro Grid Coach excavation for a water ine Thursday Chou Proposes Nehru Talks Pre1 in his latest urg mier Chou EnLai of Communied New Delhis acceptance of 1st China proposes that he and his proposal for withdrawal of Prime Minister Nehru of forces of both countries begin talks 26 aimed at set tling their border in letter to the In dian suggested the meet ing be held any place in Chi na or at and added If you wish to suggest any other I ari also willing to give it The text of the letter was broadcast today by Peiping ra It called on India to with draw its armed forces from 10 places on the disputed border and accused India of an un attitude in not lis tening to Peipings The letter was in reply to one Nehru wrote Chou in which the Indian leader rejected Chinese Communist proposals troop withdrawals along the Himalay an border of and for an immediate meeting with his Peiping Nehru had said careful prep aration should be laid before a New DelhiPeiping summit meet ing could take 20 kilometers 12 miles respec tively along the entire Chou said would bring about a favorable atmosphere of mutual confidence between the two countries that was Khinzemane in Chou said PulingSumdo was one of several places which the Chi nese government had planned to develop as a trading Now since the Indian gov ernment holds a different opin ion on the ownership of these Reporter May Be Then unattaniable by other proviPlaccs tne Chinese government sional The letter added As to how far the proposes that no armed sonnel of either side by armed forces of each country should the Chinese govern ment is entirely willing to de cide on a distance which will be deemed appropriate by both sides through consultation with the Indian In calling for Indias pullout from 10 places along the bor Chou claimed most of these places definitely be long to China and were occu pied successively by armed In dian personnel after the sign ing of the 1954 IndiaTibetan trade Theletter listed Shipki Pul Sang cha and Lapthal in the west and tioned at Chou He then said Red China is very much perplexed about Nehrus separate proposal for the prevention of armed clashes in that sector of the border be per sla tween China and Indias Declaring this section should be treated like any other part of the disputed o C till Sammy great with the Washington Redskins for 16 was named head coach of the New York Titans of the new American Football League He has been coach of HardinSimmons Col lege of for five Baughs appointment w made by Harry who is interested in the New York club Baughs contract will run foi three Wismer Terms were not Steve ousted as the Penn coach earlier this Is the general manager of the See Page 7 Mamie Is Back In White House 18 Mamie Eisenhower has re turned from a visit in Denver with her ailing John the White House said on behalf of her touring husband and her will greet White House employes in the White House east room Monday morning for the annual preChristmas recep Wayne acting White House press said he had no information on reports that the due back from his 11natlon tour Tuesday will go to for a vacation shortly after Cuba Foreign Exchange low 18 UP Fidel Castro says James jailed Miami Herald is going to he tried by revolu tionary He hinted Buchanan might be deported after Buchanan is accused of com plicity In the escape of another imprisoned Speaking on television Thurs day Castro said Buchanan will be tried by thn revolution ary This could mean Shou stated Ithis area has longeither civil or military If the courts condemn him been under Chinese jurisdic tion and is of great importance to Indian and Red Chi nese troops clashed at Ladakh 21 andseveral Indian bor der policemen were Chou informed Nehru that active patrolling by Chinese forces stationed along the Chi See Page 7 to be detained thats Castro Or perhaps whats the courts will order him never to re turn to Cuba to molest us any He also warned Cubans they will tighten their belts as much as necessary in 1960 to win a tremendous battle to restore Cubas reserve of foreign ex change In a sort of stale of the revolution address on the Cuban prime minister said he was satisfied but not ab solutely with developments since ho overthrew Fulgeneio Batlsla lasl Castro said reserves of foreign exchange have dropped to the neighborhood of 50 million dol and in the hard year we must make great ef forts to work a great deal and save President Osvaldo Dorticos and the entire cabinet showed up for the fourhour speech Caslros second in three nights prompting speculation the beard ed leader would make an im portant But Castro generally sluck ti familiar including criti cism of the United States for ts industrial and racial prob an atlack on Ihe inter American Press and blasts at local newspapers critical o He atlacked the press associa tion for requesting the release o Castro said Cuban authorilies have proof of hi complicily in the Frank Austin Young case and that the court will give the cinal from escapet from a Pinar Del Rio Prison last week after being senlenc cd to 30 years for counterrevo lutionary He was re caplured in a Havana hotel tw days later and wh had interviewed him wa also The reporter Is being held a Havana military headquarter To protest the arrest this enk of Abdcrrahman Youssefl nd Mohammed El di eclor and editor respectively of he left wing daily At Tnhrlr numerous shops vere closed in Rabat and Casa Eight persons who loured this own ordering the shops closed Iso were Police also et up road blocks on all roads eading into European and motorists were stop led and their vehicles search Moroccan drivers and their See Page 12 and go gave a Communist agent salt shakers containing atroplne for menl in the RFE cafeteria In an official Army statement The was told that the shakers contained a mild laxa the Army Clinical proved that they contained atro plne in sufficient quantity to cause serious the degree of which would depend upon the age and physical condition barely hanging on today of the individual and the amount of salt Disclosure of the plot against Ihe Americanfinanced which broadcasts anti Communist was made Wednesday by its Euro pean Erik Hazolhotf See Page 12 Last Veteran Is Barely Alive 18 Walter last sur viving veteran of the Civil was biirely hanging on The old confederates daugh Willie Muc Bowles said he is steadily growing weak He is ill from his fourth pneumonia attack this Williams personal Russell said he holds little hope for the PRINCES OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH Alois Cardinal and Albert Gregory Cardinal pose with Francis Cardi until the Cuban supreme second from and Amleto See Page 7 I Cardinal Cicognani after consistory in Vatican City elevating Muench and Meyer to the Col lege of All are garbed In Cardinals robes and hold the Cardinals red Cicog nani formerly was iipostolic delegate to the AP Wirephoto via radio from Rome   

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