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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - December 19, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL fair and cool this afternoon and tonight a little warmer Sunday low tonight in Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 I 11 I 12 I II 2 38 44 I 46 48 50 52 54 Complete Weather on Market Hi Homtoftht Daily Sun andSemlWetkly Morning lia LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS BIARKETS AT A GLANCE Most Securities and Commodities MarkeU Are Closed on 168 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS West Will Propose Late Aril Geneva Meeting ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Khrushchev Bitterly Assails Adenauer Moves IN WINTRY drifts of heavy snow Itill keep their grip on cars of a few of the 800 motorists who were trapped in on the little cowtowns main Some of the travelers have made their way out of the snow bound town of but others were waiting until roads are cleared AP Wirephoto Judges Ignore Challenge 19 UP A district judge said today he and three colleagues havent decided what we are going to do about a newspapers direct challenge to cite its editor lor The challenge was made In a page one editorial Friday by the Detroit It joined the morning Free Press and after noon Times iri printing names and details involved in a civil case which the judges had order td kept Both the Free Press and News previously had termed the writ ten rule adopted Wednesday by the judges a It allows anv district at an at tornnys to suppress all information regarding a pending The four judges who signed the rule met twice Two other district judges are absent and did not participate in draft Ing the After Fridays judge Clifford who acts as eecretary to the district told newsmen We havent decided what we are going to are con sidering the whole Our See GAG Page 8 Sign TV Loan 19 UP The United Arab Republic signed an Current Michigan Finance Feud Ends agreement with States today for the United 12 million dollar loan to build the coun trys first television The money will come from the sale of surplus agricultura products to the and wil be repaid over a period of 30 years at 4 per cent The station in Cairo is expected to be completed next LETTER TEXT IS RELEASED BY MOSCOW Foreign Rockets And Bases Main Attack Targets 19 mier Nildta ashed out today with a bitter attack on West German Chan cellor Konrad It was contained in a note replying to an Adenauer com munication of Linked To Paris Meet The latest note was made public at a news conference in the Soviet foreign ministry as Adenauer was meeting in Paris with President President DeGaulle and British Prime Minister The criticism was contained in a letter addressed to Aden auer last but released today apparently to coincide with the Paris In his Khrushchev said it was hard to reconcile talk of peace with the action of West Germany in accepting rocket armament for its forces and making the territory of the West German Republic avail able for foreign rocket Suspicious Natural Suspicion naturally sur rounds people who pour gaso line on a house while claiming they are doing so in the inter ests of fire Khrush chev 20 Apalachin Delegates Convicted LowNavarro Mills CIVIC GROUPS MANNING SALVATION ARMY KETTLES With the reappearance of sunshine it was hope fully expected that Christmas donations would pick up for the Salvation Armys fund for the itys William Thomas said collections were beginning to how some increase Friday after more than a week of inclement The Salvation Army carolers will be out Tuesday and Wednesday nights next Any donations giv en the carolers will go into the Christmas fund to finance the Ad In Lights Seeks Role For Texas Native NEW 19 Iff A huge rectangle of moving ights high on a skyscraper overlooking Times flash ed this message Friday night My name is Lalne I am a fine I want Gal me at Plaza Miss 22 of El a student at the said all she knew about it was that she got a let ter In California from a televi sion manufacturing firm saying someone had seen her anc wanted to boost her Along with the letter came roundtrip plane tickets to New I was a little the hazeleyed girl said But Id never been to Nev and that outweighed everything When she got there was the a 640foo rectangular blaze of at leas fleeting fame at the crossroads of the here to tak her in were press agents for the TV 19 lichigans marathon tax fight over today and government eads waited anxiously for an 7milliondoliar revenue paek ge to start pouring cash into n ailing state The in a sudden urst of wrapped up the ew money program Friday and ailed it quits on the 175th day f the longest in state Weary lawmakers scat ered quickly for leaving nly a token force behind for inal adjournment Urged by Mennen Wil reluctant House Demo irats gave Republicans votes to ipare in pushing through the sixbill pack age in 40 Williams branded the program inadequate and miserable but promised he would not veto There is no choice but to ac See Page 8 Economy Displays Ability To Bounce By JACK LEFLEH 19 Cff The American economy showed its bounce this There was ample evidence that it has shaken off the heav iest effects of the long steel These were major indicators The Commerce Department reported personal income hit an alltime peak in Automobile production soar ed to a twoyear Steel output rocketed along at a record Americans income climbed to a rate of nearly 385 billion dol J lars a This was a billion dollars higher than the previous peak annual rate attained in prestrike The returning steelworkers 2 12 billiondollar contribution to the income total In November was partially offset by loss of two billions in wages In steel ehort But there was a 750milliondollar Increase in unemployment compensation checks and other governmen and smaller gains in iseveral nonmanufacturing in in state and local pay in farm earnings and in income from dividends and in The auto industry prodded it production to around passenger compared wit last In the corres ponding week of 1958 the outpu was Steel production this wee was estimated at a fraction lower than last weeks record o Virtually all stee products are sold out for th first half of The government plans to re sume its mediation efforts t settle the dispute next week afte a weeks lapse of A the stalemate ground severa senators warned that Congres will take action If the strik See Page 3 If Germany really favors dis the Soviet premier said in his Then now would be a good time to throw ts influence into the scales on he side of the forces seeking See Page 8 Lurker Stabs Laredo Leader Outside Home j routh lurking outside his home tabbed County Treasurer Ed vard Leyendecker in the abdo men Friday night when Leyen decker went outside and accost ed a power in the Independent Club which Is the dominant political faction in Webb was in fair condi tion The knife pene trated his The family was watching tele vision about 10 saw someone peep ept it since the alternative is utter financial he Republican and Democratic eaders agreed the plan is only Lawmakers will run nto tax and money problems again when the 1960 session con enes Biggest and most hotly debat ed feature of the new program See Page 9 Planting Rule Change Dropped After Protests 19 Proposed changes in regulations overning planting of cotton peanuts and tobacco wont be the Agriculture Depart ment announced The department earlier pro posed the changes which pri marily would have affected farmers who practiced strip crop or skip row planting of allotment row crops of cotton peanuts and The department said that i decided not to put the into effect after a study of the views and recommenda tions from farmers and Under current a farmer could plant two three or consecutive but was required to leave a minimum skip space of two In figuring acreage planted under a the skip rows in a field were The proposed change would have stipulated that the skip space could be of any hut there must be at least eight con secutive rows A department official had said the proposed change was under consideration because strip planting has the effect of in creasing yield per planted Cultivation down the skip rows makes more water Indonese Set Trial Dale For American Flier 19 Allan Lawrence an American flier accused of car out bombing attacks for North Celebes rebels in will go on trial here Dec Indonesian authorities an nounced They said who hail been detained since his B26 bomber was shot down over the sea 19 months will be defended by a local He is accused of causing deaths of several civilians and loss of After the 31yearold fliers program for the Carolers will be identified by the Salva tion Army ribbon badge in scribed with the SA red shield and words volunteer and by the Christmas edition of the War official publica tion of the As the last week is entered before different or anizations have begun manning the Salvation Army Kettle The Navarro County Shrine club is on duty Saturday On the kettles ivlll be manned by the Kiwanis on Tuesday by the Lions on Wednesday by the Page 8 Holiday Hopes Bleak For Trio In Lighthouse ROSSLARE Ire 19 UP Three men marooned In a stormbattered lighthouse 12 miles off Ireland have just about given up hope of eating a traditional Christ mas They have been marooned on Bull Rock Light house for 36 Three times the steamer Isolda has tried to reach the isolated lighthouse with relief and sup Each waves crash ing ngainst the rock have pre FORT 19 MV The apparent low bidder on the first phase of work on the Navarro Mills dam and reservoir is Moorman and Sin gleton Construction of Wills NEW 19 A federal court jury Friday con victed 20 delegates to the 1957 Apalachin underworld conven tion of conspiracy to hide the real purpose of the The conviction was hailed by William Rogers as a landmark in the govern ments fight against organized crime and The verdict was returned by a jury of eight men and four wo men after more than 15 hours The firm bid Fridayof deliberation to climax the 53 Ambassador How ard Jones expressed regret over his activities with the reb describing him as a paid soldier of from In on the project 18 miles south west of Corsicana on Rich land The government estimate on the work was The 22 bids ranged up to as high as The first work will include partial excavation of the spill way and on portion of the em The work is expect ed to start next month after letting of The dam will impound acre feet of conservation water and provide a flood control Water will be drawn from the reservoir by Corsicana and sev eral other The dam is due to be completed in The dam will he located a short distance upstream from the State Highway 31 crossing several miles northeast of Water will be backed up the main Richland valley and a score of tributaries to a near the NavarroHll See Page 3 vented the steamer from land The men are now living on emergency but are ap parently in no immediate dan With more foul weather jured his right leg in the plane rolling in from the crash May but it now prospects are remote that a ship Is fully Embassy officials ng through a Leyen about went outside to saw a youth hid ng in the bushes and asked lim what he was Im the youth Leyendecker asked whom he was hiding from and the youth replied that he didnt Come out here where I can see Leyendecker Instead the youth jumped out and stabbed the Chief of Detectives Galan said several youths were questioned but no one was See Page 8 Town Honors RecordSetter 19 The old home town turned out almost en masse Friday night to welcome home Air Force Joe Hes almost the same kid who at the age of eight jump ed from his fathers garage roof with an Five days Jordan broke the worlds altitude record when he flew almost 20 miles high in an F104 Mayor Ray Whltmire present ed Jordan the keys to the citv and a The towns high school band paraded down main street with the flyer and tooted Police and fire units sounded their And said Jordan It was wonderful be able to dock there next Poison Attempt Is Not Initial RFE Sabotage 19 head of Radio Free Europe said today the attempt ed mass poisoning of his em ployes was not the first time Communists have tried to sab otage the organizations There have been many such attempts to disrupt or discredi RFEs work in Eril Robert Lee Sub Is Launched NEWPORT 19 Confederate air pre vailed Friday as the fleet bal listic submarine Robert Lee was launched into the rain swept James A Navy band played Dixie s Hanson Ely of a granddaughter of the Confederate general for whom the submarine was nam christened the vessel with the traditional bottle of cham Elys Frederick and her stood providing three generations of Lee Uniformed companies of the NorthSouth skirmish formed the honor RFE European di said in a statement These have ranged in soveri ty from attempted kidnaping to the strewing of tetrahedror nails near vehicles of our em ployes and the forging of doc uments and of Mount Kisco N did not go into details o previous sabotage cases involv ing the Americanfinanced pri vate organization beaming ant Communist broadcasts bchinc the Iron Army headquarters a Heidelberg said Friday that Jzechoslovak consular offlcia had supplied the poison foun n salt shakers at the radio sta tions cafeteria agent whose Identity was with held lipped off the authoritie about the alleged day Some of the well dressed defendants slumped In their several One moaned in Italian Im inno Judge Irving Kaufman ommended the jury for its in elligent He set 4 for Each of the onvicted men could get up to ive years in prison and a 00 It was understood defense at orneys would begin immediate y to prepare motions for an ap You deserve the thanks of he community and the nation iy your patience in sitting hrough this Judge Kauf man told the This will how the country that grand uries and other federal agen ies cannot be defied or sneer id at by people who consider See Page 8 Disagreement Near Total On Nuclear Guards 19 If An EastWest group of scientists almost total disagree ment today on how to police a ban on underground nucleai weapons The scientists failure to agree on technical control procedures vas a serious setback to the nearly 14monthold negotia for a nuclear test ban The scientists met here foi three weeks to revise a 195 plan for policing underground luclcar blasts which the Wes considers outdated and Inade The group reported only on small area of agreement An ncrease and improvement o instruments for recording un derground shock There was complete disagree ment on all other aspects of thi key issue in the test ban ne Cuba Resumes Executions PINAR DEL 19 Luis Lara Cres po and Jose Morffi Reyes were executed by a firing squad this morning at a shooting range at Rius Rivera army camp Both men were sentenced to death Monday for promoting an uprising against Prime Minister Fidel Castro from hideouts in the mountains of eastern Pinar Del Rio They were the first to be executed in Cuba since last had been under an earlier death sentence as a war Laras assistants with JLambton of He escaped but was In Havana another citizen Both were Young has begun serving a 30year sentence imposed on him by a military tribunal for counter revolutionary Lara told officials he too could escaped and I would have been harder to ex cept for his belief that a re prieve would Except for official no spectators were permitted to watch the executions and no photographs were of ficials Morffi was The first since suspension of firing squads last brought the unofficial total of such shootings by the Castro regime to Military officials supervising the executions said that until Lara had hoped to escape death because he believ ed Castro would not permit any more Lara had been in the same detention cell with Frank Austin who escaped 10 taking of faces a long prison sentence for alleged counterrevolution ary John an ailing musinessman ac cused of serving as a link be tween antiCastro forces In Cuba and was handed a 13year sentence The prosecution had asked for a 20year joins two other Americans convicted by revived military tribunals within the past month pilotadventurer Frank Austin senlenc given 25 A gourlh Miami Herald reporter James Bu is being held for trial on charges of aiding Young in his brief escape from a Pinar Del Rio prison last Two Americans arrested last week when they came to Ha vana to join the Caribbean Legion were released Friday Military Intelligence head quarters said the two Edwin of and Monty of Idaho hoarded a plane for The Legion is loosely organized group of ad venturers with the announced objective of overthrowing dicta Martino was convisted of at tempting to smuggle the wife of a former Batista army Esterban out of Cuba and of carrying a bond of the White Rose a coun terrevolutionary group operat ing in the United Such bonds reportedly represent funds promoted to finance activities FRENCH RELATIONS IMPROVED No Indication DeGaulle Ready To CoOperate The Western BigFour today made some progress in patching up AmericanFrench differences and agreed on a place and agenda to propose to Russia for EastWest summit President Eisenhower confer red privately with President Charles DeGaulle and urged the French leader to yield on his go italone policy in There was no sign that DeGaulle had diplo informants there had een an improvement In French Note Readied Diplomatic official conflrm d that a note proposing tht ummit meeting to Nlkita vhrushchev would be polished up Sunday or the next day and mmediately sent to the Soviet Although no details were giv it was understood the time vould be the last 10 days in April and the place would be The agenda is equally under tood to include disarmament and the German question tied o the problem of Will Send Monday Agreement on the question waa reported West German press Felix Von He said See Page 3 India Unhappy Over Deiails Of Chou Leiler NEW 1 officials are un happy about Communist Chi nas latest proposals for settling the rasping border A government source hinted today the latest proposals by Chinese Premier Chou EnLai public en the deadlock rather than of fer a hope of The language of Chous ac cusing Prime Minister Nehru of being unfair New Differences Over Berlin Are Developing PARIS Allied diffi culties on Berlin were report ed developing today as the Western Big Four assembled for policy Sources emphasized that the differences have not yet crys tallized especially since the American position has not been worked Allied leaders count on at least several months graco to work out a policy on the divid ed city before meeting Soviet Premier Nlkita Khrushchev at the summit sometime next The United States has raised the taking specific the Al lies should be if pushed by to negotiate a new status for In any case the Americans hold that existing Western rights in West surround ed by Communist East German must remain Britain Is known to favor a stopgap deal for Berlin pend ing a final German peace set with fervent West German Is resisting See Page 10 fr Soviet Military Might Alarming able unreason taking a big step back ed to 30 years and Peter Johnj Set 8 hardly designed to encourage a this in formant Nehru Is expected to reject the suggestion of a meeting with Chou next Saturday in China or The suggestion is directly contrary to Nehrus pro posal of 16 for preliminary meeting at a lower level to pre pare for a meeting of the two Chous made public Frl was number eight in ex change of correspondence in which Nehru and Chou have been unable to agree on basic The only point in Nehrus last letter which Chou accepted was that frontier outposts should stop sending out patrols so as to avoid the danger of By HERB ALTSCHCLL oritative informants siid today the Western Alliance has been given a secret intelligence re port showing Soviet military might is increasing at an enor mous informants said the re port was presented to the for eign and defense ministers of the North Atlantic Treaty Or ganization NATO Wednesday by Walter he was representing the Ameri canBritish French military standing group which plans NA TO The delegates were alarmed and oneInformant what Boone said could not be but he was re ported to have presented a pes simistic view of Increasing So viet power In conventional as well as nuclear Among the things Boone re portedly told the ministers The Russians have a missile which can fire a atomic warhead up to The Soviets have opera tional missiles of relatively short range which can be fired from submerged These missiles are relatively In expensive and are being stock piled Boone was said to have ex pressed concern that while they were preaching disarma ment and relaxation of the Russians were building their military machine at an ever increasing A communique issued at the close of the NATO meeting Thursday referred to the mat ter In the most genera terms The council examined the military It took cog See   

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