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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - December 29, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                f t 4 THE WEATHER LOCAL cloudi ness and not much change in temperatures through Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 I 11 I 12 11 2 40 46 1 48 50 52 53 54 Complete Weather Report on Market MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW YORK erf oils governments at Cotton changes CHICAGO new crop months cash dealer with to 25 cents higher top steers steady to 50 cents lower top 175 LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft AT LEAST KNOWN DEAD OVER NATION Traffic Slowed By Heavy Snow Many Marooned By The Associated Press A blockbuster storm dumped heavy snow on the northeastern quarter of the nation Power lines snapped under a avel slowed or stalled in show that ranged up Uni ON THE BEACHA big diesel locomotive lies mired in Seattles Power Unes sn irtHound belch aftef landslides wrecked the Great of I t i CJ j4 V Q 1 C frontTf were tossed into the icy water Six and four passengers were No one was AP photo Deaths Scattered McGary To Join Hospital Staff Friday be comes pathologist at Memorial January 1 Nineteen deaths were reported opening a new department for rown Will Not in the Included were the local New York Massachusetts Thfi aervicea of McGary Wisconsin secured several months ago by the Navarro County hospit al father of Iowa Oregon1 4 and Vermont Up to a foot of snow was on the ground in northern New York and In Lester Navarro But the Weather Bureau warned clinic and Corsicana city corn that up to 16 inches may pile up recently retired as in Vermont and New head pathologist of the Madi NEW YEARS HOLIDAY MAY TAKE 320 MORE VICTIMS 29 Pi the council said an es National Safety Council today timatcd 285 traffic deaths said that 320 persons may die would be recorded during a in traffic nccldents over lie nonholiday period of identical threeday New Years holiday The count will be from 6 Thursay to midnight The councils statement came An Associated Press in the wake of the heavy trafsurvey for a similar 78hour pe fie death toll over the Christmod earlier this month showed mas which was be324 traffic low its preholiday The councils estimate for the General Hospit A final count showed year holiday always is 493 persons were killed in traflower than for the Christmas fie accidents in the 78hour I holiday mainly because there Christmas holiday weekend fewer cars on the high from 6 Thursday local Traveling at Christmas time to midnight Thehs extremely council had estimated a posDuring last years fourday 29 of the Treasury Rob ert Anderson said today the United States faces a worrisome deficit in its international fi nancial dealings next de spite signs of recent improve In a major policy speech pre pared for a joint luncheon of the American Finance 29 UP Two days of hearings by Presi dent Eisenhowers inquiry board on the steel labor dispute wound up today with an exchange of bitter blast by the The board is to submit a re port to Eisenhower on ti as the next step in the Taft Hartley law WORLD WILL BE NOTIFIED IN ADVANCE i Active Weapon Research Work To Be Continued 29 UP The Elsenhower administration decided today to continue a ban on nuclear weapons tests on an In the Conradlindefinite day by day chief industry negotileaving the United States free accused the steel workers to resume them at any union of Instating1 on inflation But President Elsenhower said in a formal statement that there will be no resumption without ary demands contrary to the policies of the Cooper said the union has been raising and the American Economics its demands until they are 1 V Anderson said at a point where they would cost We should not interpret shortjsteel companies about 50 cents run improvements in our ance of payments position iccessarily indicating that problems have prior notice to the 29 Edmund Brown sll but bowed out today as a serious candidate for the Dem ocratic nomination for presi Brown told his news confer ence he still expects to head Californias 81vote delegation to the Democratic national con vention as a favorite son can But he added firmly he wil take no active part toward be coming a serious Would he the vice presidential nomination I would rounding out his first year as left the door only slightly ajar on the pos sibility of becoming a national were reported west It was the worst storm of the a a 450bed after winter in New years candidate for ward as far as the Mississippi The only exception I he is that in the event The newest member of the Memorial staff said recently he Homes Chilled I desired to take things easier others came into Many chilled homes lacked than required in the Wisconsin then I might change my posilight and heat after ice broke hospital and also wanted to be Lion in some other Many plane flightsjnear relatives escape the P were Buses ran behind severe winters and snows of sible toll of New Years holiday In other wards If other Dem he might can Optical in di hospital near sent 900 workers Electrical shock from downed See Page 9 Seven Woman Victim As Fuel Tank Becomes Bomb woman riding a bicycle died in a pillar of fire Monday when a B47 fuel tank fell like a bomb and The victim was June 32yearold mother of two Officers Clifford Smith said the woman was sucked into a fiery column that shot 250 to 300 feet Her virtual ly was found 30 to 40 feet from the burning The laden with gal lons of fell as the plane rose from Davis Monthan Air Force Smith said it ex ploded on impact and spread a fiery carpet 675 feet long and 352 There was a womans body on the said Harry who arrived moments There was fire every where and she was burned to a Even as a probe Air Force investigators praised the pilot for averting a greater trag See Page 9 ocratic candidates sought Dr gates in make a pitch for delegates in unspecified western Aside from Brown de clared he doesnt intend to en ter any presidential except California i n the role of a favorite California law rules out un instructed Its the accepted thing for the gover nor of the party in power to enter the state primary as a nominal Brown said Nelson licked Off Ice Floe Utilities Hurt Christinas Hail Volume Gains At Post Office An increase of nine per cent in the totnl volume of Christmas mail handled by the Corsicana post office was rovealed Tues day morning by Ed Rittersbach Kiltersbacher siftld that postal receipts during the twoweek A showed a per cent institution to provide ovcp tfae gamc lflat and liked McGary retired at 1 and the has moved lo Corsicana whcre he has purchased a home on Bel clatre As a tribute to n LesteiMcGary lectureship fund was announced at the Madison In its New Year holiday there were 377 traffic In the last three day New Year in there were To hold down the the council suggested Dont drive if you Hold your speed Give the other driver plenty of may have been Assume lie eporter Says Insane Manner Seven 29 Rockefeller of New York were plucked from a out that in order to be a ReLawrence river ice floe Monlslt publican candidate he had to day night after drifting for four marshal a tremendous research organization and had to leave The seven were cast adrift his job as governor to campaign after ice under their fishing for medical staff Dur ing his 33 years as head patho logist in McGary trained hundreds of He is a graduate of LaCrosse State University of Wis NEW 29 American reporter recently iin TA 14 days in a Cuban Incoming mail during cxpreascd thc opinion ioda5 year her this delivered in Corsicana included let magazines and news and parcels for a and the Tulane Umverj t lncoming School of He1 See Page 2 Outgoing mail dispatched from that Premier Fidel Castros ac tions lately have not been those normally expected nf a sane Hut he shied away from using the term The James Buch The Treasury chief said con No Given Date His press James said he knows of no date for starting up There the have been none for 14 our unions hotly retorted under a moratorium which runs that while piously spouting out at midnight Thursda pseudopatriotism about infla The moratorium bal as David sday approach j j 411 tinning action is needed to help tlon steel companies have with a fixed is being t I m t O shave the payments deficit and rrusod as much as 400 guard against a weakening of cn per dropped in favor of what Elsen L J tth USday hower called a period of volun steel strike started last tary suspension of tests AM Cooper called the union a The decision was reached at The problem is that more dolmonopoly and MacDonald itsL top level conference of Ifii n rf lars are flowing out of this oneman McDonald shouted back that the chief country through purchases and investments foreign if there is any monopoly tourist spending and other means See STEEL Page 10 than are flowing The dif ference is called the balance of Foreign holders of dollar credits can ask for and the deficit balance has brought a reduction in gold Andersons comments appar ently were inspired in part by a Commerce Department report that tor saw a significant boliovo In Nephew Amazed By His Uncle Double Date s still for See Page 9 Japan Selects Treaty Signers shacks broke away from thc main pack while they were fishing for Earlier reports that five to seven other persons were still including a woman and appeared to be It was believed air searchers Teacher Slap Costs Mother 5 Days In Jail 29 Corsicana was anan of the Miami gave magazines and newsnjs vjews during an interview and for a by Davp Garroway on the Na total of items for aUional Broadcasting televi grand total of pieces of Ljon show mail handled this This Buchanan also asserted that does not is Communist influence 075 parcels dispatched directly from the Collin Street Bakery to the Fort Worth terminal behind the Castro administra tions Garrowav asked Buchanan if 29 same groun41yearold mother who admitted slapping her 10yearold sons where it was thcjho thinks Castro is postmaster had spotted the select Authorities said a Jrt Nobusuke check of other cabindotted 40 PuPlIs waa sen in ont ed Prime Minister Kishi as the leader of the Jajfloes failed to turn up anyone panese delegation that will sign the new security A helicopter lifted the seven The signing is expectmen from the floe at Cape San ed to be in Washington on The men were fishing near the river edge when low tido Four plenipotentiaries will apparently broke up the accompany the prime minister About 30 other cabins were Foreign Minister Aiichiro caught in a breakup at Dea Fujiyama Mitsujiro but no one was re chairman of the executive of the LiberalDemocratic par ty Tadashi Japan 29 Chamber of Commerce presiSouth Ontarios n LO tor five In sending Minnie Pearl Municipal Judge Sig We1 abuse of I parents should set an for their pleading an assault charge mitted that she had See Page 10 Catch Trusty On Sixth Job MARY8VILLB Kimv two hours earlv example111 ln a DUS two nouih trusty Charles Van That is something T couldnt replied the I dont Garroway then asked IP Cas were acting in a sane man I dont think said But to say hes a psychopath is that requires a man with a Thats for At another Buchanan See Page 10 Dorticos Wants Better Trade act With 29 It said Nicholas who told of his 77yearold bachelor making dates with Kallas and keeping them who had seen his Mike Hazas of only once in 20 said he Ohioan wrote he would like Ban Ends Thursday During the voluntary suspen sion Eisenhower the United States will continue its active program of weapon development and lab oratorytype Although we consider selves free to resume nuclear weapon we shall not re sumo nuclear weapons without announcing our in See Page 2 Differences On Disarmament Threaten Talks 20 dent Osvaldo Dorticos UNITED to see his nephew and the 2g Lers three children for Chrlst called Accompanied by his again today for better relations mothcr and hlg thrce children between the United States and Knllaa drovc to Bucyrus last Culm to bn worked out Back home ban Dearborn he recounted to day what basis of a now trade agree nrr tniiltv to Vorst broke out of the Yuba was asked if ho behoved Cas Dec 3 ad County jail and burglarized recent television Vila sKnned the threeservice two cafes tribes wore the talks of a nor i i J L i i i I u f f t n A n nf K rt 111 HI com Mary and offices of the California in the after demandState Division of ing that explain Police caught up with why her came sixth one of the and Koichiro ammunication and scnooi with a bump on total loot was about in bassador to Sec Page 9 eluding advisers and other officials the entire party will consist of 22 mem nmin Nan Disappears As Valley Oil they Mathes admitted she had Van was serving disciplined Alvin after the boy time on three counts of was but denied He had been made a jail trusty struck his Ichristmas The newsmen said surh repctl liousnoss originally was termed a necessity that something had to be repeated about 15 See Page 9 Dorticos said on a TV panni flrst took ua to the present poor relations betho Hc showed us a hcadatonc with hig name on lt Then he took us to a funeral home and explained that he had made all thc Then he took us to his one The new disarma ment talks in 1960 will soon run into trouble if statesmen stick their stated The Western powers Brit Un and in particular differ among themselves over what steps to take The United States and others show suspicion that the Soviet Union tween the nations did not mean they could not bo im Hurt tens ih Giislro rcRimns stand that Culmu exports to tlic United States should bp ulatod by nintuiil Un labeled tho present system of import quotas decided by thc Congress intol erable instrument of undue Tho head of Cubas Nation al of Siitfiir Work ers has warned that If tho United States lowers its Cu ban sugar HIP union will nsk for iinniiMlialn na tionalization of all enter prises In Some senators have sug See Pago 10 See Page 2 ritain Joins act On Tra 29 Ante quisling president of Croatia during World War II and one of the leading war criminals still at died Mon day in the German hospital He was The death was reported by Madrid newspapers and con firmed by the Municipal Funer al which said it had taken the body to the morgue of San Isidro It de clined to say when funeral ser vices would be The hospital refused to give information about the death or its cause but referred callers to Rudolf who at tended The doctors of fice said he was away on vaca Pavelic was wanted by Presi dent Titos Yugoslav government for trial on charges that he was responsible for the killing of Serbs and Jews during his 3 12 years as the Axis Vice bursting free with a thunderous roar sheathed an oil test in flames near here early Workers said one man disappeared in the Two other drilling crew mem bers suffered injuries as the well ran wild about 3 na later in the year for asylum I catching fire almost at under exdictator Juan One worker said the rig went Blows More Anti Castro He fled Yugoslavia in and turned up in Argenti He was wounded in an assas sination attempt in April 1957 which he blamed on agents of A short time Argen in about five The accident happened about 7 12 miles west of here in a plowed The Gilmour Drill Una agreed to consider a of Alice is sinking the slav extradition request Pavelic fled Earlier this he reported working with andwell for Texas State Oil on the Everett Bell was I Carl tool pusher Parafrom was missing after guayan secret police in interthe rogating captured Paraguayan Don of But apparently he who was also made his way to said he last saw Albright go Long before the second World ing up in the Pavelic was sought in half I was on the floor with him a dozen countries for terrorist when it blew and it looked as plots and political assassinathough he took the full force of including those of King the Baxley Alexander of Yugoslavia and Baxley was reported in good French Foreign Minister Louis condition with a back injury and Barthou in Bom July the son of Benny of McCa a Croatian railroad worker the other injured lie studied law at the Universiwas reported in a critical con See Page 10 See Page 9 29 Offi cials have arrested more than 35 antigovernment in cluding the former director of the conservative Diario de la newspaper the news paper Revolucion said the newspaper of Prime Minister Fidel Castros revolutionary assert ed Eugenio de Sosa former director of Diario de la Marina and former owner of the Santa Regina sugar mill in Oriente headed a group of 26 persons who plotted seizure of the naval arsenal at Casa Blanca across the bay from Prime Minister Fidel Castro has often criticized Diario de la Marina as being counter Nine other including one were seized in i second group which Revolucion said was plotting to acquire dynamite for terroristic The report said the arrests were made after Castro agents pene trated the group which met on the Honduran ship Joven The announcement followed an earlier claim that agents of the new armed forces department of investigation under Raul Castro had discovered a bomb plot at Havanas international Revolucion said de Sosa Chabau was arrested aboard the yacht off Salt a British possession off the north coast of A former Antonio Aiburquerque who served under former Dicta tor Fulgencio and sev eral noncommissioned officers of Castros navy were seized with The report said de Sosa Chabau was in contact with anti Castro organizations in It said documents found on those arrested showed his group was preparing to take delivery I BUCHANAN AND ain signed a pact today with six other European nations form Ing a free trade It hinds together the socalled Outer Den Aus Switzerland and Portugal to remove trade barriers among themselves over the next 10 It must be rati fied by parliaments in membei will not allow strict So disagreement scorns like to arise in the fivenation Western discussions commencing in Washington next month and to persist in the 10natlon East West negotiations proposed for Geneva in No real EastWest negotia tions on disarmament have been held since September when a UN subcommittee of the Soviet Union and the United States broke off talks In Since the Soviet Union and the United States have been talking in Geneva on a matter related to thc controlled nuclear weapon disarmament cessation of At the Geneva foreign mints tors conference Inst the Big Four discussed resump tion of comprehensive disarma ment They agreed See 0 May KND Miami Herald reporter 29 The United Great Britain and France formally proposed to Russia today that tho four powers open a summit confer ence in Paris May The next move is up to Soviet Premier Nlkita White House Press Secretary James HaKerty said there has been no indication yet whether the new date Is acceptable to the Tlussian Word of the allied decision on summit timing was an illkept secret In numerous world capi The western powers agreed on May 16 a clay or two but they withheld an actual an nouncement until they could notify This was clone in similar dip lomatic delivered in Mos from President Els of arms from the United who was sentenced to 14 years at hard labor in Prime Minister Harold including 500 500 for alleged aid to Austin is back home and enjoying the Macmillan of Britain and Presl two armored company of his boxer Buchanans sentence wassusjdent Charles DeGaulle of four pended provided he left the country within 24 AP Wire See Page 10 photo If Khrushchev agrees to their Meetin the western trio prob ably will get together in Paris a day in advance of the opening of their session with the Soviet The big three originally had suggested convening a summit conference on April Since the meeting would have conflict ed with Russias huge May Day celebration on May Khrush chev countered with April 21 or May An April 21 meeting waa un acceptable to Eisenhower and as the French presi dent plans to be visiting the United States and Canada about that Macmillan would been tied up early in May with a British commonwealth confer ence scheduled for May 4 to 14 Without going Into specifics Eisenhower referred to thes considerations In his letter tc The text about I note with satisfaction thai you have agreed to participate See Page 10   

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