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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - December 28, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Fair and cool through Tuesday with low tonight near Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 I 11 I 12 I II 2 42 47 I 50 53 56 57 53 Complete Weather Report m Market iJHennof Daily and SemiWwkly Morning U LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW YORK some wide ccrporates mill CHICAGO late Corn bullish weather Oats Higher with to strong top steers steady top PAGES 174 PRICE FIVE CENTS Wind Whipped Snow Traps Scores Motoilsrs ftftftftftftftftft No Steel Settlement Seen Before January 6 3MAN PANEL SETTING UP OFFER VOTE McDonald Says Ballots Heavily Against Proposal 28 resident Eisenhowers factfind ng chief said today he sees no ossibility of a settlement of le steel labor dispute until at east after That is the date Eisenhowers nqulry board is due to file a re ort with the White House on he status of the steel contract Appraisal Gloomy George chairman f the gave newsmen a loomy appraisal of the disputs s a formal hearing began to et the current positions of both SURVIVE CHRISTMAS TRAGEDY Maria and her comfort each other in hospital in where they are being treated for injuries in auto accident that killed eight persons including their grandmother and three other Cruz chil 7J Another also Sister Miriam Thomas is at Crash occurred when car carrying 11 persons crashed into a concrete The Cruz children were being returned to Dominics Home in after visiting their father in AP Holiday Deaths Top 600 Traffic Fires Miscellaneous Total 488 42 72 602 By flif Apu The nations threeday Christ mas holiday apparently cost substantially less In traffic deaths this year than in com parable Christmas weekends of recent The 500 as de layed reports of fatalities be tween 6 and last midnight were was roughly 15 per less than the 609 lives claimed in and smaller than the 523 of Like this years those of 1955 and 1953 also were threeday The National Safety which had estimated before the holiday that be 530 deaths might pointed out that the current toll came with 71 million cars in operating con See Page 6 French Toll WO 28 accidents claimed 100 lives in France over the threeday Christmas It was one of the worst holiday traffic tolls in the history of this nation of 44 Speeding and rain slick highways were the pal police In a fourday Christmas period last year only 28 deaths were record The newspaper Le Figaro predicted the tragic weekend will lead to adoption of a nation al speed At speed limits have been set up only in a few heavily traveled areas i and these apply only for the per iods of peak Texas Slaughter Is Third Highest J tj 7f Accidents Send 9 To Hospital For Treatment Nine persons were treated at Memorial Hospital during the weekend for injuries suffered in various types of accidents both at home and on Iva received a threeinch laceration in the right palm Sunday when a glass bowl She receiv ed first aid treatment at Sunday and was Charlie Dale five yearold son of Fire Chief and Charlie received first aid treatment and was dis at 1 He received a deep scalp laceration in a fall against a cedar chest at the family Robert employe of Carlon Products Na was admitted Monday at for a deep laceration of the right index It was reported that he was injur ed by a band Joe Darrel 3 yearold negro 824 South Main received first aid treatment Saturday at m for a mashed finger on which a See Page 6 By The Associated Press The traffic toll In Texas over the Christmas holidays rose to 27 by Sunday midnight the third highest in the California with 35 had th most traffic fatalities and Nev York was second with Texa was tied In third place with Pennsylvania and North Caro Una who each had 27 Other forms of violence suicide and accidental asphyxiation sent the total death toll in Texa to 45 for the period which start ed at 6 Thursday and end ed at midnight The latest deaths reported In eluded Jonette Byers 22 a waitress in Galveston grill was shot to death Sunday nigh Officers held a 21yearold man for Roy Clifford o Dallas was shot and killed in hi apartment Sunday Polic held a 34yearold Curtis Franklin o Bridgeport was fatally injure Sunday when his car went out o control on a curve 10 miles sout of Decatur on Farm Road 5 and Elvira wa stabbed to death Sunday in restaurant in San Po lice arrested a 42yearold ma for Charles Thomas See TEXAS Page 1 NonUnionists Carry Guns ALBERTA 28 nonunion workers jailed for carrying fire arms on their return to work at the struck Wilson and meatpacking reopened to day after a martial law shut A ninth man was in custody at the plant and officers said would be There were no as workers streamed into the plant grounds with only four striking pickets stand Police confiscated fiveshot two seven pistols and a hunting knife as they searched some of the weapons were Sheriff Everette Stoven said he was holding the nine men for contempt of an earlier re straining order issued in a state district with conduct and pickets The order dealt of pickets and the number of permitted at the plant Stoven did not name the men He said they would be identified when they appear be fore a district But County Russell Olson said he doubted the men could be brought into court on criminal contempt citations be cause the restraining order evidently had not been served on the company in advance of the he the company and its employes had not been legally informed of the orders Olson said the sheriff told him the order had not been served on the company until after the Nine remained in cus and Olson said he was checking the criminal statutes to determine possible charges against the None of them is from Albert Lea or Freeborn which were under martial law for 16 days until Stovern listed these communi ties as home towns of the men in custody New Wa Blue and New all in and Forest One of he is the home of a man from whom a weapon wa confiscated last The plant resumed operation under protection of Nationa sent here 2 1 weeks ago to quell picket lin The United Packinghous Workers of America Union hac only token pickets at the gate as cars workers carrying streamed nonunion into th plants grounds this Martial law in Albert Lea an surrounding Freeborn County was lifted at midnight by Gov Orville Freeman In complianc with the court order that re opened the The guardsmen were kept on to police to keep the help loca peace tha has been undisturbed since two days of rockthrowing demonstrations 9 and Their main job was to enforc a district court order issued be fore martial law was declared The order signed by Judge Johr Cahill prohibited more than fou union pickets at any plant en trance or more than three per See Page 12 MidMay Summit Will Suit Ike March Disarmament Talks Due FRENCH PARLIAMENT GETS NATO DISPVTE DETAILS and steelworkers he industry who earlier in the dis ute had tried to said e saw no point in trying to queeze out a settlement at this I dont see any possibility of settlement before Tay or So certainly there i o sense of holding out the pos Ibility of mediation Theres no use kidding our elves about Offers Received Taylor said the threeman In quiry board already has received vritten descriptions of the las iffers of nearly all the 93 stee ompanles involved In the eight The hearings today and Tues day are being held to get th present positions of the union and industry and what efforts hey have made to settle the All of this is to be con See Page 12 Austin Youth Shot To Death During Scuffle 28 UP An accidental shooting near her early today took the life of an Austin youth after he was stop ped by a patrolman following a high speed auto Austin patrolman Leonan Vandermast said he was hand cuffing Wayne 19 when the youth lunged back ward and struck the revolver The discharge struck Childres in the killing him at once Williamson County Sherlf Henry Matysek said the cas will be turned over to the grand jury as a matter of rou The shooting occurred 1 1 miles west of Jollyville on th roadside of Highway 18 about a mile into Williamsoi Vandermast said he had bee checking a suburban shoppin center when a car without lights sped off from the area at He said he followed an fired two warning shots tha failed to stop the He sal the chase ended when the flee ing car sputtered and came t a A companion of Childres jumped out of the car an After cuffing one hand the youth lunged backward an the gun the patro DRIFTS CLOG 28 Minister Maurice Couve de iIurvMle said today problems acing the Atlantic alliance are ital and grave for but hopes they can be overcome vithout weakening the defense f The plan for integrating na ional airforce commands in an verall allied command raises great he told parlia To give over the whole of Trench in peace as in British Police WarnBeheader Still At Large 28 seeking the man ac killer who beheaded a girl with a kitchen knife warned to day that no woman in Britain authority that is to say n particular the right to open a commander in chief vho is not directly under the rders of the French govern ment poses a problem whose gravity I ask the assembly to French footdragging In the Atlantic alliance was a topic f debate in the NATO minis erial council meeting here in President Eisen hower discussed the integration problem privately with Presi dent Charles DeGaulle at the western summit session in Paris Couve de Murville spoke at the start of a oneday foreign affairs debate in the nattona s Since last Wednesday when the headless Body of 29 yearold Sidney Stephanie Baird was found in a YWCA he biggest manhunt in the his ory of Britains Industrial mid lands has steadily built We are looking for a killer who may strike again at any said a senior police Police toured the city with oudspeaker cars appealing for flashed messages on movie and broadcast to football Sunday 27yearold Evelyn Peake said she believed she came face to face with a bloodsoaked killer as he was making his Peake got off a bus near her home 250 YWCA yards from the I saw a young man slumped against a wall of a she At first But See I thought he by the light of Page 14 Both Johns Rectors Resign Very Fred and Sam Hulsey assistant resigned Sundaj morning at Johns Episcopa May Wolf stated his resig nation was as the result of being awarded a fellowship to do grad uate work at a school of Details of the feMowshi and the school to be selected wll be revealed the recto The rector came to Johns five years ago from San Marcos The assistant rectors resig nation is effective at the same He has been here for the past 18 His plans wen not See Page 6 Senators Will Honor Rayburn 28 A group of senators who former served In the House will fly Tuesday t civic celebration to participate in honoring Speaker Sam Rayburn Approximately 40 Senators who served In the House unde Rayburn have been Invited tc nake the along with mem s of the Texas delega They will fly in a Military Transport plane made availabl by the White House and will re turn Wednesday Mike Monroney in charge of arrangements fo the congressional said h did not know how many of thos Invited will be able to attenc Many are out of town durln Lhe congressional Monroney emphasized that th celebration will be nonpolitical He said the White House mad available the military plane be prom of Mr of the national nence and importance Rayburn will celebrate hi birthday anniversary o 6 when Congress recon 78th Aiken Doubtful About Prospects The vicepresidential slock o George Alken R Vt was soaring in Vermont to day In the wake of New Yorl Nelson Rockefeller withdrawal from competition fo the 1960 Republican presidentia Supporters of Vice Presiden Richard Nixon and the back ers of Rockefeller joined i boosting Alken told newsmen the presi dential nominee will have th He I dont think he i going to ask And I think w had better let it go at Actually Three Major Questions Are Congress Faces Sugar Issue By BEN MEYER 28 Congress tackles revision of the Sugar Act early next year with the big issue likely to be Fidel Castro of Many people in this country and in such places as and the the Dominican Philippines will be watching with interest and deep concern to see how the issue is The Sugar Act regulates mar keting quotas for domestic and foreign suppliers of sugar to the United This countrys market is much sought after be cause the prices paid for sugar n the United States usually are wo to three cents a pound above the world market The questions about Cuba really are three Should marketing quotas for foreign areas be revised be cause of a belief in some quar ters that Prime Minister Castros Agrarian Reform and other po licTes will wreck sugar produc tion in Cuba Loss of sugar from Cuba would make it neces sary for the United States to look elsewhere for an important part of its Should Cubas quota be cut as a measure of punishing Cas tro Some people consider Cas tro a loud mouthed dictator who hates the United They say he should not be allowed to share any benefits of the policy of buying much of its sugar In Regardless of should marketing quotas be revised to give a better break on quotas to other countries such as which has no quota now at the Dominican the Philippine Re and beet sugar producer in 22 and cane sugar pr ducers in Louisiana and Florida Cubas share of the ma ket tons of th 1959 quota is s great that bigger quotas for oth er foreign or domestic producer en be legislated only at the ej pense of There is always political pre from domestic and forelg when sugar legislation before And 1960 is an election yea in the United This make the quota demands of some bee sugar farmers In the Mldd West and West sound loude than they would other there are Importan foreign policy considerations for countries other than See Page 6 28 UP In rmed sources said today the oviet Union has accepted a proposal to reopen dis talks in Geneva arch The date and site for the 10 ation disarmament meeting ere advanced by the United Canada nd Italy after a meeting in aris Communist nations to sit In n the meeting are the Soviet oland and The commission is sponsored y the United The Soviet agreement was con alned in a note handed to rench Ambassador Maurice De ean by Deputy Foreign Minis er Valerian Zorln at noon to This is the first time the West as agreed to numerical equal ly for the Communist bloc on ne of these The disarmament conference oming ahead of the projectec lastWest summit talks in Paris vould give the Western powers chance to test Soviet Inten Formation of the 10nation ommlttee was announced In Jencva 7 by the United Britain and th Soviet It replaces a five is inlettnce that got no un the The United Nations has turn ed over to the committee all the disarmament proposal efore Including Premier Ni klta Khrushchevs plan fo disarmament within fou few York City Transit Groups Vote To Strike NEW 28 UP Four thousand transportatlo workers have authorized a strlk aimed at halting all subway and buses in the city the mlnut I960 Such a strike could create monumental jam of revelers city famous for its Time Square New Years Eve throng Members of the Transpor iVorkers Union packed the Man lattan Center Sunday to unan mously endorse the the TWU has neve jefore struck the subway sy It has threatened to oftc ind has taken countless strlk The union last Moppp ho operation of private bu ines in But it was anothe union the Motormens Ben voient now merged wit the TWU that conducted ilghtday subway strike December A special committee set up b Mayor Robert Wagner mee1 with representatives o the the Transit Authorlt Sec Page 6 28 resident Eisenhower said today lat a midMay summit confer nce in Paris will be satisfactory the United White House press secretary ames Hagerty mentioned lay 16 as But he said definite date depends upon ROADS IN MIDWEST Ice Shearing On Electric Lines By Tho Associated Press Windwhipped snow trapped onsultations now in progress scores of motorists today In ith France and the broad Midwestern storm Snow plus cold and winds that ranged up to 50 formed blizzard conditions in some Buses Stalled Almost 100 stymied motorists McCone Pent the night in private homos and the basement of the city hall in passengers slept aboard two stalled the capital Tuesday for vhat Hagerty called a general The snowfall stopped In Rus Iscussion with the President of f after piling up to a 7 inch he international and defense crews buck including the nuclear P Eisenhowers decision on mid lay was reached in a telephone onference with Secretary of tate Christian Herter in Secretary of Defense homas Gates chairman Inergy Commission and seven officials are flying down ither rom enough to over talks about an expected ixtension of the ban on nuclear This has been in in the Rus ffect 14 months and expires 31 unless the admlnlstra ion acts to retain Hagerty wouldnt say speclft See Page U Parts Of Train Put In Sound By Big Slides Many highways in northwest southwestern Iowa and southeastern Nebras ka 28 were clogged by Highways Jammed At one time during the night more than 150 cars were held up on Iowa Route 92 between Council Bluffs and Two trucks overturned and others jackknifed on Twenty marooned motorists slept on tables covered with blankets In an armory in Mc i 6nj foot of new snow bur dened the Black Hills of T South There 6 i to 10 inches of snow In soma eastern districts in the part of a crack 13car passen See Page 12 ger train into Puget Sound 12 i miles north of here mm Ten persons six of them ffnOSl 111 JL 6X35 crew members were none FMM A Mil The Great Northern Railways 1 dll nitU Empire bound for Chli cago with 188 passengers I was about 30 minutes Cold Weather unit diesel Twenty minutes help already on the tall of a blizzard that nA brushed the northern part of nuip ttirutiuy uu ma nil other slide again slammed leaving up to 8 Inches of the diesel snow ln ufPer It carried the diesel units and The heaviest snowfall was at Stratford near the Oklahoma a baggagemail car out in the car Chief Deputy Sheriff Sid Board estimated 6 to 8 Inches of snow fell and at places was Into drifts five feet of A maildormitory was left teetering on a sea Strung out along the tracks whipped were six other all derail deep by winds up to 45 miles cd but still standing an Four Pullman cars and a dinorl Dalhart had three Inches stayed on the Perryton and Dumas each had nn and Amarillo had a light During the day skies cleared and temperatures rose above freezing to remove most of the Ice and Other sections of Texas escap ed the snow which had been set off by a fast moving cold front that cleared skies and dropped temperatures as It rac Coast Guard vessels based See Page 6 Army Stronger 28 The Defense Department esti mated the active duty strength of the armed forces today at The as of t Is an increase of almost odjnto of principally in A Skies were clear over the en Corps Air Force See Page 14 Rockefeller Spurs Both Parties By RAY CROVVLEY 28 Both major parties strove today to capitalize on a stunning politi cal surprise Nelson Rockefellers withdrawal from the race for the Republican presidential Republicans pictured the GOP as a unified one which re Trains from rending itself apart in brawling convention contests party which can now devote all its energies to electing Vice President Richard the Nixon to Democrats depicted the GOP as controlled by old pro who do not give progressives like the New York governor a There was even talk notably by Lyndon Johnson of Texas of drafting Rockefeller for a high post under the Democratic President to be elected next Neither party had much to say in public about the prob lems posed for It by Rocke fellers definite and final an nouncement on Saturday that he would not be a candidate in 1960 for the presidential nomlno and would not accept the vice presidential One big poser for the Re publicans was how to pump any drama into their convention opening In Chicago next July It will be like a mystery novel of which every reader knows the Nothing now sighted on the political horizon can pre vent a first ballot nomination or The only suspense lies in the choice of his running And if political custom Nixon and not the delegates will make that He said Sun as he left in high good humor to attend the ColtsGiants football game In that it vaa too early to talk about the 1960 The Republican National who show no signs of with drawing the problem Is how o pick the best man to take on Nixon without ripping the party seams by fights over northsouth Issues and other When they meet in Los An geles July the Democrats will bo laboring under no uncertain ty as to whom they must pre pare to It will be a versatile campaigner who can take a highlevel stance or slug It out with the Just how this will affect the Democrats choice of a nominee Is up In the Backers of each of the actual or potential candi dates they Include John Kennedy Hubert Humphrey Stuart Symington Morton of Thruston B praised Pockcfcller for BO clearly stat ing his Morton said he felt Nixon was well ahead In the nomination pic The White House declined comment on Rockefellers with For the Democrats with their small Army of aspirants John Californias Edmund Pat Brown and Adlal Stevenson can be counted up on to argue that their man Is just the one to beat Some of the Democratic talk that Nixon would be easier to defeat than Rockefeller has died down since polls showed Nixon faring But some of It per Estes Kefauver of See Page 14   

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