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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - December 26, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHRER LOCAL FORECAST Cloudy through Sunday with possible thundershowers Sat urday night and Cooler Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 I 11 I 12 II 2 60 62 j 65 67 70 72 74 Complete Weather Bepon on Harkei Daily SunandjejnWMklyMorninalifthtlf LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE Most Securities and Commodities Are Closed on 173 1959 PAGES Mason Calls For Urban Planning 28 The federal housing chief called today for intercommunity urban planning to head off a trend toward musclebound metrop olises with stranded overtaxed to maintain minimum Housing Administrator Norm an in making the also announced that his agency will base its aid to communities on the degree of areawide co operation shown by the indi vidual This Mason is in accord with the 1959 Housing Act which authorized 20 million dollars to help state and urban planning Mason said it directs that such grants will to the maximum extent cover entire urban areas having common or related urban de velopment Steps Explained How this will be implemented was explained in a separate statement by federal urban re newal commissioner David He said states applying for planning assistance for smaller towns will be required to show that such planning will embrace the total urbanized including fringe areas and adjoining state and region al planning proposals must en compass unified planning for the area involved rather than only portions of Walker Such planning also must cover the basic essentials for sound ifFban This in cludes comprehensive land use studies to guide commercial and industry ex pansion and projections of necessary public as water and recreational Congress has allocated 20 million dollars for urban renewal About nine million has been committed and appropri Another two million has been appropriated for the cur rent fiscal year that started July States must match the federal Population Booming It is estimated that in the next decade our urban popula tion will increase by another 30 THE MISSING MOKE a talented chimpan zee shown in a recent was taken from his cage at the Louis Police are look ng for the chimps former own er who sold him to the zoo last billed as the worlds only talking chimpan was due to become the star of the zoos 1960 chimp AP Wirephoto million Unless Mason we prepare now to handle this influx we can destroy the very benefits that urban living In many of our more con gested urban we have already painted ourselves into a We have to tear up the fabric of our communities to force a way Decisions to deal with urgent urban pressures too often are desperation Speedways are plotted on the drafting boards that slash their way through some of our soundest and best Mason added that properly directed urban growth can en rich the growing communities of home owners but failure to rec ognize the urban challenge can undermine he will declining central areas which are the prime energy source for and dis tribution facilities for the entire area and with mounting munici pal costs and crime and de linquency Molloy Dies Saturday Rites Pending lifelong Corsicana 418 West Third died in the Na varro Clinic shortly before noon She became ill early Friday night and was taken to the Surviving are a Jack Rockport a broth Robert a Gerald and other Molloy was active in the Womans Auxiliary and Sunday School of Johns Episcopal one of the organizers of Kinsloe member of the Kinsloe House board and active en a number of committees in eluding being chairman at the present time of the Enlargement Fund charter member and an organizer of the Nature Study former member of the James Blair Chapter of the Daughters of the American Rev olution chairman and head of the Corsicana Day ac tive in civic music Sal vation Army and other organiza tions in the Funeral arrangements were incomplete early Saturday after i McCammon Funeral noon at SALES UP DALLAS UP The Reserve Board reported Satur day an increase of five per cent In department store sales the week ending for PRICE FIVE CENTS Eight Of 11 Lose Lives In Holiday Crash of 11 persons rid ing in one automobile were kill ed Friday when the car spun out of control on a wet high way and rammed into a con creteandsteel The crash snuffed out the lives of five adults and three The three all chil were in critical condition today at Good Samaritan Hos The accident followed a fam ilys Christmas visit to Pedro a prisoner in Wallkill State Prison north of In cluded were the prisoners six his sister and The dead were listed as the cars Eugenio and his of the Bronx Cruzs Aida Pag and her Segis mundo of Manhat tan Cruz Leopol da of and Cruz and Peter The three youngsters in Good Samaritan are and Police said the about five years was going south on Route 9W when it skidded and struck a 10footsquare struc ture used by a rock quarry firm for access to a conveyor belt which carries stone under the road to Hudson River Haverstraw is on the about 35 miles north of New The youngsters in the car D a home 4 CHILDREN ARE VICTIMS IN BLAZE 26 children died today in a fire that swept a twostory farmhouse 14 miles east of here in remote Ozark country of southwest Fern mother of two of the youngsters and aunt of the other was critically Her Ronald Sheriff Floyd Owens attributed the fire to a faulty The dead were identified as Donna and James Edwin children of James Wilbur who was reported somewhere in Californ ia Clyde De Wayne and Darrell Ray sons of the Ronald Optometrist Held In Death Mother 26 UP 46year old has been charg ed with murder In the Christmas morning slaying of a neighbor woman and the wounding of her common law Goodpaster is Being held with out bond in Williamson county jail at He is a brother of Andrew staff secretary to President Bernard who re ferred to the 51yearold Margaret as his told authorities Goodpaster be came irate over an incident in volving his watch chased them in his jeep and shot them down on a lonely country Goodpaster denied any part in Traffic Accidents Taking Six Lives An Hour 261 Fatalities the Authorities said the Strunk the mother of 10 child was shot in the back of the head from close then dragged 93 feet and dumped in a abandoned coal strip Officers searched another wa terfilled strip mine near Good pasters home for the weapon believed to be a caliber Army Three empty and one ilive carbine cartidges were found at the shooting Dobraski was wounded twice in the base of the skull but ran about 600 yards to a nearby home where authorities were He underwent surgery last night at Barnes Hospital in which reported his condition as serious but no Dobrasky said they were walk ing home after a Christmas Eve round of taverns in nearby Herrin Is about 105 miles East of The wounded man made a statement in Herrin Hospital to Carl county states at See Page 4 Woman Says She Killed In HoldUp NEW 26 Patrolman Thomas Dunn heard the woman say over the tele phone Do you know about a taxicab driver being killed on Lincoln Place that driver who was I did Replied Dunn this is Stop But Kathleen wasnt She designated a 7 Reported Killed In Quake 26 UP President Manuel Prados gov ernment ordered relief supplies flown today to the mountainous langallo Department of South ern stricken by a yule tide earthquake of undetermined Fragmentary reports from that department quoted provincial authorities as saying seven per sons were killed and 37 injured at the village of Two hundred and fiftyfour of Pomabambas homes were re ported Two other Molle bamba and were described with Pomabamba as jeing among the most Sut there was no detail on the oll in those Communications between Li ma and about 400 miles southeast of this were so poor it was not known exactly when the quake occurred or where it Peru is prone to The nation of 10 with a Pacific is made up of three utterly dif ferent regions the arid coastal the towering Andean Ranges and the forested east descending toward the jungles of Brazil and The Cangallo Department is in the mountain Grain sugar cane and livestock are mainstays of the Army Tanks Patrol Streets In Afghanistan 26 tanks today were reported patrolling the streets of as an aftermath of rioting Mon New Army Detachments Take Iran Positions By JOSEPH DYNAN New army detachments took up positions today at three fron villages facing Iraq just north of Abadan to bolster Iran an The reinforcements were or dered to guard against any Iraqi attack in Iraqi Premier Abdel Karim Kassems dispute with Tehran over control of the fron tier waterway at the head of the Persian The troops arrived at Fak Sucanferd and according to reports received in the capital this Their number was not The arrival of the troops among the citizens of the three The villagers voiced support for the Iranian governments policy and opposition to Kas sems claims of complete con trol over the Shatt El Arab Riv the reports Iranian of ficials scanned nearby Iraqi vil lages through binoculars for signs of a counter demonstra tion but said they saw The Iraqi News Agency has denied Iranian reports of Iraqi for children south of Haver Pedro Gruz is serving a sen tence for the fatal stabbing of See 8 Page 4 Unaware Blind Wife Is Dead Edwin Dunhoff lay in a hospit al bed Christmas Day and talk ed about the hit andrun acci dent that put him there unaware to killed his blind I was selling hoping to make a few extra dollars to buy Christmas gifts for nieces and said the 50year old himself blinded shortly after Last thing I knew that darn fool came out of he added He must have been go ing damn Thats all I re Dunhoff and his about 50 and crippled by were truck citys run down by a panel Thursday night in the Lawrenceville The vehi cle then sped If things wouldve worked out all right last night we would have had Christmas with my nieces and he went We looked forward to Its a nice A reporter at his bedside didnt have the heart to tell him that his wife was Neither did a Catholic nun standing A relative broke the news she could be picked She was there when a police car and told how she shot cabbie Nathan in the head during a She sur rendered a caliber revolver from which one shot had been driving on Christmas morning for the first time in his 36 years of picked up Perry and a woman known only as Perry said she shot Hy man as he sat at the wheel of his cab because he made a mo tion as if he were about to turn I was nervous and the gun went she told The young woman said she Radio attributing its information to reliable said authorities of the neighbor ing neutral kingdom fear anoth er riot may be imminent and South Afghan towns have been reinforced by radioequipped The broadcast said the gover nor of Gandahar Province has been forced to flee Monday to escape mobs which surrounded and fired on his The dem onstrators also were reported to have burned a movie theatet and three shops and sought to march on the local prison to free its 400 Kandahar is Afghanistans second With a population of about it lies 285 miles southwest of the capital visited by President Eisenhow See Page 4 AntiSemitism Flareups Bring Two Arrests has been from her separated two years custody of their She was charged with Po lice are looking for whom Perry termed a chance ac 26 UPi West Dec German officials promised swift action today against any flareups of anti Semitism after seizing two men for smearing the walls of a Cologne Synagogue Christmas Eve with redpainted swasti kas and the words Germans We Demand Get Out JosefHerrmann in terior minister of the North RhineWestphalia state govern went before a nationwide TV audience to say he was con vinced there is no anUSemit ism in West Germany despite the Only a few outsiders resorl to such an outrage and we wil watch them he de Gerhard federal minister of the sent a telegram to Colognes Jewish See Page 4 troop concentrations on the fron The in a state ment broadcast by Baghdad radio Thursday said the Iraqi government declared its peaceful intentions but at the same time is capable of sup pressing aggression from what ever source it touched off demonstration Dont Plan Venus Trip Its Too Hot By ALTON BLAKESLEE Associated Press Science Writer CHICAGO UP Spacemen Rockefeller Not Candidate OP Nelson Rockefeller said Saturday he would not be a presidential This decision is definite and the New York governor Rockefeller also said ho would not entertain any thought of accepting nomina tion to the vice presidency even If the honor were Official Blames Furnace For Kentucky Blast Christmas Day explosion in a warehouse ripped through the heart of this town of per sons Jack owner of the beverage distributing was burned Three other persons were admitted to hospit als and at least 12 others receiv ed treatment for Twenty houses were destroy ed and about 190 of the commu nitys 250 houses were Some were jarred off their foun dations and the roofs of some were wrenched Million Damages Fire Chief Delmar Alexander said the two million dollars in damage Included about 000 at the ruined which is on busy Warsaw is about 30 miles from Cincin Howard chief liquid petroleum gas inspector for the State Department of Public said today the blast ap parently was caused by a fur nace in the He said the furnace was designed ori ginally to burn natural gas but had been converted to use liqui fied petroleum called bot tled Yandeil said he hoped to de termine the exact cause of the explosion An ambulance attendant said See Page 4 visiting Venus would literally jump into a frying a scientist reported For radio signals coming from Venus indicate it has a surface temperature of 585 degrees fahrenheit too hot for any life to or for any Similar eavesdropping o n radio waves from Jupiter in dicate that planet has a radi ation halo which would be 100 times more dangerous foi spacemen than the Van Allen radiation belts around the earth said Frank Drake of the Na tional Radio Astronomy Observ Green Drake spoke at opening ses sions of the American foi the Advancement of Science The nations largest annua gathering of scientists rcpre senting many different sciences The heat of a planet produce radio emissions of certain frequency or which can be picked up by sensitive radi 585 Degrees The radio studies have sup plied the first observation of thi hard surface of Drak The temperature has beei nearly 585 degrees almos three times the boiling point of water for at least the last three The heat could come from a hot or more probably be due to the greenhousetype heat ing from the thick veil of clouds surrounding Drake Venus clouds were recently shown to contain water But water on the surface would boll making it very unlikely that life The planetary surface probably at of barren rock and Jupiter broadcasts three dif ferent kinds of observable radio One surprising type seems to come from highenergy electrons trapped in Jovian radiation belts similar to the earths radiation belts discovered by artificial Jupiter Is continuously emit ting at least three billion watts of at frequencies above 100 million cycles per Evelyn who arrived In New York tnannounced and hugs her Jung and her moth in Leens Bronx apartment after Leen arrived by iis from Leen sent Evelyn from Florida and then tarted to hitchhike to New Police located Evelyns father vho took his daughter home and sent bus fare to his AP Wirephoto 310 Already Fallen In All Type Mishaps By The Associated Press Traffic Fires 22 Miscellaneous 27 Total DESPITE TROUBLE SPOTS CHRISTMAS IS RELAXED By The Associated Press Mans hopes for peace ori arth brightened today after the appiest and most relaxed hristmas the world has known ince World War Soviet Premier nchev agreed on the Holiday elebraling the birth of Christ o an EastWest summit confer nce in Paris this Though e urged an alternate date to he Wests proposal for a start A meeting then might eep him away from the Soviet vlay Day one of the iommunists biggest Not Universal Peace was far from universal vith rebellion In troop novemcnts in Iran and Iraq enslon along tho IndiaChina unrest in Frenchownec bombardment of the hineso Nationalist offshore Is jitters In revolutionary luba and diehard Red guerrillas lolding out in the jungles of The outpouring of good will on Christmas 1959 tended to minlm ze these isolated trouble in the prayerful hopes or peace by For Christians the focal point of the days religious celebra remained in Bethlehem with the rites which have been Trapped If Jupiter has a radiation there might be a million more times more electrons trapped by Its magnetic field than by the earths Drake This would mean roughly 100 times greater hazard to space vehicles entering or leaving Jupiters atmosphere compared with the earths Van Allen Drake Jupiter also broadcasts radio signals from its and from highly variable last ing a few seconds or which seems to come from great disturbances In the planets Drake Curfew Brings Good Results Mayor Praised By STANLEY MEISLER 26 Signs shouting Down With Curfew once blossomed on some walls in the Washington suburb of Md the signs are Sea1 Pleasant has grown proud of its Since no boy or gir under 18 may wander on the streets past 10 Sunday through Thursday and pas midnight Friday and Saturday Neither may youngsters loitci with friends In any establish ment beyond those If Enforco Law they police may take them to juvenile Anc their parents and the owners of the establishment may be In seven weeks of cur no one has been arrested or The threa has been more police say not one young hoodlum has disturbed the peace of the community during this period The nights of Seat Pleasant are quiet They were not The curfew was communl officials said at the time protect Seat Pleasant from raiding bands and juveniles from other communities who come in wanting to do pitchec Mayor Edward Goodwin has no misgivings about the Its not just its he adding he has received more than 50 let ters praising the law and none against See Page 4 Summit Meet Date Up In Air Eisenhower wants to discuss with Secretary of State Christian Herter a pos sible new date for a EastWest summit conference suggested by Soviet Premier Nikita Khru Associate presidential Press Secretary Anne Wheaton report ed this today but said she was unable to say when the Eisen howerHerter discussion may be 11 1 L Herter is out of Washington for the holiday period and the President is scheduled to leave for an vacation to Khrushchev Friday accepted a Western invitation to a con ference in Paris but rejected the proposed April 27 He sug gested instead that the confer ence be held either April 21 or May Wheaton said the date question also would be discuss ed with Great Britain and In initial Khrushchev reaction to the some Washington officials expressed doubt that either suggested date would be acceptable because of previous commitments by West ern officials for those Furti between exchanges Khrushchev of views and the Wests leaders may be held be fore a decision is some officials The Khrushchev proposal was cabled to Washington by son In State Depart ment experts worked Christmas Day to translate the Khrush chev note for Khrushchevs one reservation in his cordial acceptance of the Wests proposal for a Parlsln thesprlngtlme summit meeting left the starting date up in the air That means Yuletide work for diplomats of the United Ambassador Lewellyn ThompBritain and France on the ques tion If not April when April 27 was proposed by Pres ident Prime Minis ter Harold Macmlllan and Pres ident Charles De Gaulle at their meeting here last weekend for a Paris session with the Soviet perhaps the forerun ner of a series of summit meet ings on world MayDay Conflict But would that almost certainly mean the Paris confer to last at leasl Bee Page 4 By The Associated Press A combination of slip1 pery highwaysand careless driving accounted today for a I steadily mounting toll of traffic fatalities over the Christmas holiday More than halfway through I the 18hour deaths re1 suiting from traffic accidental were occurring at a pace of I slightly more than six an I At 11 40 hours after I the start of the holiday 260 traffic deaths had been I one more than at the same time last The toll kept pace with that I ioC the 1958 Christmas holiday espite stepped up traffic en orcement throughout the ry and repeated pleas from au horitles that motorists use I reme caution on the The National Safety Council blamed the toll on bad heavy traffic and down right carelessness on the part of The council estimated 530 ons might die in traffic acel enta during the three day The most recent comparable hreeday Christmas period was n 1955 when 609 traffic deaths Last year a four ay holiday period 599 deaths ccurred in traffic Many an accident claimed I carried down through the cen unchanged In the chang ng Pilgrims from Westand East flocked to the little town where ihrlst was born to pay hom age at a manger where lay a See Page 4 Refugee Gives Away Food In Gratitude By RAY KOHN NEW 26 it wasnt even Christmas for Nina but she outSan tad the old gent a 35yearold Russian runs a small grocery and luncheonette in a tenement area of A Russian or thodox blonde Nina celebrates Christmas on 6 But she has the Yuletide spir it in her heart the whole year Take for in stnnce Two stationec across the street from Ninas dropped in for their daily cup of When they placed their colna on the Nina shoved them saying Theres no charge because its Christmas The patrolmen bul the lady was In they went for no pay The cash register was locket Things like this get around whether its Park Avenue or notsofashionable Miller Ave Folks began lining up in See Page 4 Ike Hakes Short Visit 26 President Eisenhower drove t Gettysburg today for a shor Christmas visit with his grand He left by automobile abou and was expected t return to the White Hous within a few White House sources said th President had hoped to mak his Christmas visit to th children Friday but was unabl to do so because of Icecoatei Anne associate secretary said that in view o Eisenhowers plans to leave to morrow for a vacation li it seemed th logical thing to She said the President plannei to spend only about an hou with his grandchildren whon he has not seen since he lef 3 on his long good will tour He probably will be back at th White House for sh The four Davii Barbara f and Mary are with the and John Els enhower at the younger Eisen bowers Gettysburg home the Presidents everal Five children and three led near when thanauto tore Int6 a steel I and concrete Police aid the vehicle was traveling at xcesslve Near six persons I perished In a headon Seven persons were Five died in a slmijar collt iion near De A crack passenger traveling at 70 and an auto collided near Jol See Page 4 1 Many Injured In Local Violence Holiday violence In Navarro I county until midmorning Sat urday showed one dead from gunshot two others in iurcd In gunfire and 16 sent to lospltals and physicians offices or comparatively minor injur es suffered in automobile and other One negro is dead and anoth er Is charged by complaint with murder with malice as a result of Dawson a shooting scrape at Thursday afternoon about 4 Fatal Shooting Ernest was In itantly killed after being struck by four automatic pistol bullets following a reported ar ument In a poker game at The Joint In Sheriff Rufus Pevehouse reported afr cr he brought Younger to the county Pevehouse and Deputy Howe French an swered the call and brought the defendant to the jail after a Dawson officer had taken him into Accepts Complaint Wayne Justice of the conducted an in quest and accepted the murder with malice complaint in his justice court at Bond was set at to await the See LOCAL VIOLENCErPage 4 Texas Deaths Hit 27 Hear Halfway Hark By The Associated Press An early morning auto crash that killed four persons Satur day near San Antonio sent the Christmas violent death toll In Texas to at least Fifteen of the fatalities were blamed on traffic Victims of the San Antonio crash were Jerry 16 Danny 18 George Val and Floyd Critically injured was Richard The accident occurred when a late model car crashed into a concrete abutment on 81 and the PanAmerican Express way 4 miles south of the The car burst into flames and the bodies of the four victims See TEXAS Page 4   

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