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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - December 23, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy through Thursday cooler Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 II 2 50 I 63 54 55 56 56 CompleteWeatlui Bevon 46 on Market BHomtoHht Oailr SunandStmlWertly Morninf lin LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW YORK er selected govern ments mill CHICAGO exports and short short with top steers unevenly 60 cents higher to 50 lower top AP TELEMATS 171 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Set Steel Pay Offer Ballot Dates ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Ike Relays World Greetings FIRST WINTER SNOW SLOWS Thousands of workbound motorists and truckers stand slalled on Philadelphias Schuylkill Expressway as heavy which turned on the snarled along with most sections of the was hit hard by the first snowfall of the winter AP Order Packing Plant Opened 23 Three federal judges ruled to day that Orville Free man went beyond his authority in using National Guardsmen to shut dowri the strikebound Wil eon and meatpacking plant at Albert They told the company it could reopen the The judges held Freeman had no absolute power to declare martial law at Albert Their ruling barred Freeman and the National Guard from interfering with Ihe companys right to have free and unlimit ed access to the The court panel granted t stay of its injunction until mid niphl to per mit the state an appeal to circuit Freeman declared martial law at Albert Lea 11 after viol ence broke out at the plant involving strikKg pickets and nonunion workmen who had been hired by the company to replace Freeman said he closed the plant to save But the court told the gov ernor in its decision today he has no absolute authority to declare martial Military rule cannot be Im posed upon a community simply because it may seem to be more Cold Following Snow Is Numbing WILL REPORT AT LIGHTING OF BIG TREE President Seems In Good Shape After Long Trip 23 UP Presidenl Eisenhower I o d a y atound Ihe As he returned home Tuesdaj the President relayed a message of Christmas goodwil from major areas of the free Hell make his 15mlnute when he lights the Na ional Christmas tree lale this Crowd Small A shivering bul enthusiastic crowd shouted greetings as the President drove into the White flouse grounds shortly after midnight Thus ended a mile mostly by jet that started 3 arid took nations on the longest Mass Deaths Mar Texas Road Record Iran Alerts Armed Forces CVBA PUBLISHER DOUBTS MIAMI REPORTERS GUILT By The Associated Press A numbing arctic blast hit the Northeast today in the wake of a heavy snowstorm which marked winters official arrival Many belowzero recordings were listed throughout the re gion during the early morning As the storm moved out of expedient than law by using to enforce the Ihe National Guard to aid the local civil au the judges Freemans office said he would make no comment until the governor has had a chance to read the 12page Wilsons James D said in Chicago the de cision pleased him and that he hopes the courts opinion1 will clarify A great many of our socalled liberal governors seem unable to distinguish between being candi See Page 2 Cron Value Off 23 The Texas Crop Reporting Service said today the combined value of Texas principal 13 crops to taled this The value was four per cent lower than a year The service said lower prices for cotton and sorghum grain more than offset the larger produc tion of these Larger cot ton and sorghum crops were offset by lower production of small grains and the a fresh wintry cutburst plastered the upper Mississippi Valley with up to even inches The temperature dropped to i minus 34 at Wanakena in Dry Holiday Due For Texas By The Associated Press Light rain fell along a weak cold front in Texas early Wed nesday but forecasts Indicated ncreasingly bright hopes for a dry Christmas Eve and Christmas A fiveday covering Wednesday through in dicated temperatures near nor mal in eastern and central por tions of the state and from 2 to 5 degrees above normal in West Precipitation during the five day the forecasts indi would be light to mod erate in East Texas and central 23 American news agencies and lewspapers may soon find them elves without experienced per onnel to send to this country the Cuban government cori foreign cor prohibit their eturn a Cuban publisher publisher of newspaper often riticized as counterrevolution Prime Minister Fidel said in his opinion Eisenhower to 11 three continents portions and light to none in West Most of rain is ex pected to hil Ihe state Saturday and icrthern New York and 29 be ow at Saranac Lake in New York States Adirondack Moun reported a of 8 below and Burling 2 Bostons mark was 12 Maines lowest was one be ow at but the Weath er Bureau warned that the tem perature wag expected to fall as ow as minus 20 in northern Maine Tuesdays ranging up to 10 inches and setting rec ords for the date in some snarled rail and air At least 23 deaths were blam ed on the storm and highway accidents caused by slippery Up to 10 inches of snow fell in areas just north of New York See Page 9 38 Are Killed In Brazil Crash RIO DE 23 Officials have recovered the bodies of 38 per sons killed in the collision of a Brazilian air liner and an Air Force training plane or caught in falling The sole survivor of the aer ial collision near Galeo Interna ever by an American Presidenl while in The welcoming delegation estimated by police at close to was far short of the mil lions that greeted the Presi dent on his 19day tour of per sonal but they wait ed in 20degree weathe to cheer Eisenhower on his re ry by Castro tfiami Herald newsman James is totally inno ent of charges that he helped Vliami adventurer Frank Austin in his shortlived es cape from Pinar Del Rio Tuesday a Plnar Del They AVave Sparklers waved giant sparkler thai brilliantly lighted Pennsyl vania Avenue as Eisenhowe Page 10 Salary Items Are Considered Court Meeting Most of the matters taken u jy the Commissioners Cour were of monetary nature at il final meeting of the year Wee nesday Commissioners heard a quest from Justices of tional Airport Tuesday was the pilot of the training He The VASP carrying 31 persons on a flight from Sao Paulo to plunged on the town of killing seven persons on the six of them children and destroying four Six persons includ ing the mother of five of the dead were There were no Americans on the Prominent Brazilians among the dead passengers included Otavio Tarquinio De his See Page 7 nues lo arresl espondents and aid Jorge Wance a Rio military court convicted gave him a suspend ed senlence of 14 years and or dered him deported within 24 who also is vice chair man of the Freedom of the Press Committee of the InterAmeri can Press appealed in the committees name to Caslro for Buchanans I Ihtnk a legal battle for the tolal exoneration of Buchanan and the Miami Herald should conlinue and that the newspaper and the InterAmerican Press will have In this f they wish my full coopera authorities today dis jatched air and army reinforce ments to the Abndan region and placed all armed forces on ful They said they actec against a possible Iraqi attack A squadron of jet planes was sent to Dezful Airbasc In Khuz Islan in which Ada clan is Abadan is the site of Irans prime economic as sprawling nationally owned petroleum The Iranian navy and air force were instructed be to repel The Iranians also put artil tanks and antiaircraft bat teries in positions on river banks above and below Abadan the Deace Bowden and Wai Hayes for a different salary approved a salary in crease for county election iudges from to per and gave County Judge Kenneth Douglas the authority to enter nto a contract with an archi tectual firm for drawing up plans and specifications for the construction of a new on Memorial Hospital Pope Renews Peace Appeal building Hays and Bowden in appear ing before the Court asked thai they be given for each in which there is a conviction and thai the county make re imbursements when a defendant lays out part of his fine in Ihe chief said lhal under the present arrangement the justices are paid per case until is reached then the fee drops to See Page 5 LOTTERY BEATS IKE 23 Spaniards divided more than one billion pesetas 16 million dollars in prize money Spains Christmas lottery Tues Radio announcements of drawings prevented any of ceremonies when Eisenhower left for Ryukyus Food Supplies Short After Typhoons 23 15 Three autumn typhoons have caused a serious food shortage through three areas of the adminlstered Ryukyu Islands and put persons on short rations until It is a spokesman for the Civil Administration USCAR But there is no starvation or People are on short Thisis ex pected to conlinue through next He said nearly 14 million pounds of relief food has been ordered from the Uniled Slales to maintain even the short ra The southern Island of Miya northern Okinawa and out lying Ryukyu islands are HIP crilical he Crops there were destroyed or ser See Page 7 Christmas Day Work In Court 23 UP The District Court here ha been asked to set aside a Steel order forcing som 500 employes to work at the nearby Irwin Works on Christ mas Eve and Christmas The United Steelworkers Local 2227 pelilion Tuesday said Ihe company is violating Ihe Taft Harlley injunclion which cnded a 116day strike and sent the Uichanans sentence Indicated e was not guilty of any real but that while It Is pos See Page 7 Hard Tremors Bout Sicilians 23 UP Strong tremors shook the big Ilalian island of Sicily today shattering windows and causing thousands of city residents to flee into the There were no immediale re ports of injuries or major dam Ihough building cornices were loppled into the streets in the broadcast President VATICAN 23 UP John XXIII declared in a Christmas message to the world today that things and institutions the state are primarily for man not man for The Communist way of life an obvious target of the 78yearold Roman Catholic Pon though he did not mention communism by in a speech devoted to peace the obstacles in Its and fl i Broadcasting a new call for leaders to fashion a true he said social peace Is solidly based on the mutual and reciprocal respect for the dignity of The disturbances which un gellled Ihe inlernal peace of na tions trace their origins chief ly to this thai man has been Ireated almost exclusivelly as a a mere productive he Obviously referring to Presi dent Eisenhowers 11 nation peace tour and other recent in ternational he said the most recent events have caused an atmosphere of socalled disengagement which has caused hopes to blossom anew in many He described the international basis of peace as above The Pontiff said the Roman Catholic church looks with favor on every Initiative which can help spare humanity new new new destruction beyond There is not a state of he but neither is there The Pope spoke in Italian in response to Christmas greel ngs from the College of Card His message was broad cast by the Vatican radio and various European Pope naming again without referred sadly to what Pope Pius his declared as the church of silence in Com munistruled He declar ed the church and its members in those countries would hold It needs slill to be he lhal Ihe pacificalion which Ihe church prays for is complelely impossible if il is mislaken for a yielding or a relaxation of its firmness in the face of ideologies and systems of life which are in proclaimed he Zayas said suspension of to protect the vast The number of tanks or Ihe size of artillery was nol Naval patrols were increased n the Shatlal Arab which a tan The shocks lasted eight sec forms Ihe northwards frontier from the running Persian and were so powerful tha knocked out instruments of the Seismographlc Institute at near The river is Imporlanl to Iranian economy because it pro vides access to tanker berths at The formerly run by the Britishowned Iran Pet roleum are now operated by an internallonal consortium in which American compan ies have a Iranians claim Iraq has been vlolaling a 1938 agreement See Page 10 City Firemen Refurbishing Donated Toys City firemen were working By The Associated Press Nineleen parsons died in mul lipledealh automobile crashes on Texas highways Tuesday and Singlevictim accidents and other causes of death caused the total of violent deaths to mount to Three teenagers perished near Lyford Wednesday when their car and a train collided in heavy fog and persons died in a pickuplrailer truck collision at Grand Saline Near six persons died n a collision five vere killed at Olney and three it Shootings and other accidents for six other deaths n the twoday Killed in the Snyder crash vere and Elmo Buford and their 2 12yearold all of and and Donald Ray Haney and Roberl all of The dead in Ihe Olney crash were Gertrude 49 Linda Pauline ler daughter Sue Jo 18 James Martin 32 and Andrew Jack Three other persons were two All eight were from feverishly I I Messina and Enna felt the early Wednesday t lhe refmishing Because of the wide area affect the director of Catanias Volcano Institute said the shock could not have been caused by activity of Mount Etna vol At in the center of the the shock was especial ly It was the first fell Ihere since the great quake of 1908 which destroyed Mes Calabria on the Italian main employcs back to work for 80 The injunction expires The union said the Injunction specified that work be resumed under the terms of the old con It said that working on Christmas Is a deviation from past working District Judge Herbert Sorg sel n hearing on the petilion for Lee Will End Pastorate 23 UP Robert former president of the Southern Bapt st will step down April 10 as pastor of big Belle vue Baptist Church has been pastor of the church for 32 He has seen It grow from members into largest Baptist congrega tion cast of the Mississippi and irreducible opposition to the latholic teaching nor does it denote indifference before the lamentation which comes to us even now from unhappy lands where the rights of man are and falsehood is the adopted Ikes Loot Enough To Stagger Santa Still less can one forget the sorrowful calvary of the church of silence there where the con fessors of the rivaling the early Christian are exposed to sufferings and tor ments withoul end for Ihe cause of Men of the presenl Ihe Pope have not completely caried into effect the conditions of As a Gods paths toward peace have no melting point with those of he there is the abnormal situation of this postwar period which has creat as it two blocs with all Iheir uneasy Nearly all Ihe Ponllffs speech second Chrlslmas message lo Ihe world since he succeeded Ihe late Pius XII 14 months ago was devoted to peace See Page 10 By MARVIN ABROWSMITH 23 UPI President Eisenhower got enough gifts on his threecon tinent tour to give Santa Glaus a kingsize presidents of other na prime ministers and Ihe common people showered him and members of his family wilh presenls some some mere Irinkels all along Ihe The colleclion includes exquis ite silver orienlal a handsome desk wllh mosaic in two baby a horse with a richly tooled saddle and Iwo 39inch On Eisenhowers ielurn to Washington Tuesday not even his aides handling the cataloguing of the gifts would venlure a guess on how many he They have been so busy packing them for ship broken and faded toys which lad been contributed in the Toys for Tots campaign for listribulion to the The Salvation Army is the distributing and began giving out Its food baskets and to those applicants who md been approved and assigned to the Armys roster of Chrisl mas Many churches and organized groups were assigned families when they notified the Army and Family Service of their desire to adopt a family Cor Firemen said approximately the same number of toys were contributed to the program this year as but the toys were not in r 3 good condition as they generally indicating thcii orlglial owners had put them through hard those whicl could be mended and a new coat of paint was appliet to brighten up the toys so that they in turn could brighten up tlu eyes of the less fortunate youngsters of the community this The Rotary Club of Corsi See TEXAS Page T Daniel Urges Caution For Texas Drivers 23 A special appeal for Tcxans to drive safely during the Christ masNew Yenr holiday period cnme Tuesday from Price This we Texans have a golden opportunity to save oven more lives and to give the statisticians an even bigger Daniel said In foreign aid a signed Department of Public Safety predicts 111 persons will lie on Texas roads during the 12day The DPS prediction 05 persons would die on high ways last year and followed by 67 according to figures compiled by thy Thief Gets Gar Plus Presents 2 IP The thief who slole Omcr Clouliers car may nol realize he has ruined Christmas for a family of To keep the childrens pres ents out of the way unlil Christ and Cloullor had stored them in the trunk of the 1852 The automobile was stolen from the Josephs Parish School ynrd while Clout ler wns at work as a church custodian Its going to be a strange Christmas In our house without any gifts from See Page 5 HO PROGRESS IS REPORTED IN DEADLOCK Postcard Poll Heavily Favors Resuming Strike government poll of steel workers on whether they want to accept managements last of fer will be conducted 1113 if there is no settlement mean time of their labor it was announced Stuart general counsel of the National Labor Relations said the agen y is making plans to conduct n election during that three ay period if necessary but lopes Ihe need for it will be re noved by a unionmanagement Other Developments In olher developments President just lack from his good vill trip to three held a conference with three lablnet members and four other ifficlals on the bogged down ef orts to end the steel Union and management bargaining teams mel in a ses sion called by Ihe Federal Medi ation but without any sign that they were making any Finnegan Pessimistic Union President David McDonald said first returns from a postcard poll the union a taking of Us members are Sec Pago 7 Senators Get Edited Data On Foreign Aid 23 Ml President Eisenhower has yield ed to congressional demands and provided an only slightly edited version of a secret ad report program on the In Viet Mike Mansfield CD chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Subcommit called the edited report highly He praised Eisenhower for meeting his sub committee more than halfway In its own inquiry into the Viet nam Eisenhower earlier had turn ed down Mansfields request for the full report hut said he would provide facts It In a formal Mans field said he could not judge the Import of the he added I am satisfied that the facts contained in the report as de livered will be most useful 10 Ihe subcommlltee in its inde pendent inquiry Into the aid program Mansfield said ho regretted that the administration had not made deletions which would make possible publication of the full He told reporters that he hoped the administration action would set a pattern for provid ing edited reports in the future Cloutier told a hasnt told the She for other See congressional corn FOREIGN Last Veteran Buried Wednesday ment from Asia and Africa that there Is no chance of getting anywhere near a complete In Asia a few days ago the President said he had been overwhelmed by the generosity of his hosts He said he planned to send most of the gifts to the Eisenhower museum in Thous ands of other gifts and memen toes he has received as president and soldier already are on dis play Eisenhower also was a bearer of gifts on his To each of his official hosts in 10 countries he gave Steuben transistor and silver framed photo graphs of Photographs traditionally are exchanged by guest and host on such See Page 5 23 JP Greenclad Army infantry troops escorted the body of Civil War veteran Waller Williams through downtown streets today to a Baptist church where he was eulogized as one of man kinds Thousands stood in silent tri bute as the military procession left the Civil Courts Building where the body of the 117year old Confederate lay in For years our nation has watched the thinning lines of honored men who gave their ives thai our nalion might be come one In purpose and patriot ism among the noblest nations jn Ihe said The Stephen McKenney in a sermon al the And with the passing of our noble citizen they have all become men of and as such they are last survivor of the War Between the died Doctors said death followed complications arising from old age See Page 9 LAST VETERAN LIES IN STATE Honor guards from the Armys Fourth Division flank the casket of Walter last veter an of the Civil as the body of the 117yeaN old Confederate soldier lies In atate at Hous AP Wirephoto   

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