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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - December 7, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHEB FORECAST Fair and farmer this afternoon and tonight partly cloudy and mild Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 II 2 45 52 58 64 65 66 1 67 CompleM Weathei Report on Market itHonuof tht Daily SunandSemiWMkly Mornind LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESSAP TELEMATS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW 7 broad governments CHICAGO Wheat Lower cash meager to 50 cents higher top steers steady to 75 cents lower top 157 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Million Pakistanis Give Ike Record Welcome ft r r Gales Battering Europe DEATH TOLL MOUNTING FROM STORNS Shipping Damaged Over Wide Area Lands Flooded Drug Makers Deny Wholesale Prices Too High Blooming Grove School Case Loser SAVED HIS LIFE James Calfee of Dyess Air Force comforts 23month old Gary Killingsworth after he sucked a large grape from the childs saving the youngsters Calfee was visiting the childs parents at the He applied mouthtomouth artificial respiration to restore AP Wirephoto Satellite Engine Revealed 7 zards and storms of gale force raging across the Atlantic and half a dozen nations of Europe were believed to have claimed 57 lives The largest toll was in Greece where a ferry boat was upset by squalls on an artificial Twenty men Many In Trouble Many other vessels were In trouble in the Atlantic and off the British east An unusual early winter snow storm tied up sea and land traf fic in the Scandinavian coun where six persons died One of the victims was a motor ist who died of a heart attack in Denmark as he fought his way from his stranded Up to two feet of snow were re ported in the Austrian Seventeen seamen aboard the tug Marlalva were feared to have been lost off the Portu guese port of The tug was towing a frigate and barge loaded with cement and salt when encountered heavy go ing Sunday Lose Trawler Crew The entire crew of 12 of the trawler George Robb were given up for dead after the splintered wreck of the 217ton vessel was found scattered along the of in nortneast Scot Off Flamborough York 7 Space scientists have announced a successful test of a new type rocket engine and plans to orbit a trio of Echo The nations first rocket gine fueled with liquid hydro huge XLR been test fired the Pentagon disclosed The v engine produced a kick 30 per cent greater than current Zoning Hearing Tonight At 7 The city will take the Initial step of the final procedure of enactment of the proposed new zoning ordinance Monday to night night at 7 when it conducts a public The City Commission plans to have the introductory reading of the ordinance in conjunction with the public which was set for this date in order that it could come up for final adoption at the regular 15 Members of the City Planning and Zoning Commission and the developers of the comprehensive master Homer Huntet and Robert Hollin of Dallas will be in attendance to aid in explaining features of the zon ing The hearing will be held in the commissions chambers a ff city hall with Mayor Read ing enefueled rocket Plans for launching of the hree Echo first if them perhaps next vere announced by the National Aeronautics and Space Admin The balloonlike spheres will be as tall as 10 story buildings and will be fired nto orbit milfes above he Scientists around the world See Page 14 Rains Worrying Flood Survivors 7 Heavy rains poured on the Riviera and survivors of the Malpasset dam disaster wor ried about possible flooding of low With the upriver dam low parts of the hardhit town of Frejus will be in more danger if the rains The weather bureau said rain and some high wind was probable for another 48 Since the dam break last Wed the weather had been clear and most standing water had drained The official death toll from the dam break is now listed at Many persons previously listed as missing have been But officials said the raging floodwaters carried many bodies into the two crew members of a See Page 13 Snow And Sleet Crippled South And Northwest By The Associated Press Storms spread crippling car pets of snow and sleet in the northeast and south Shcools were closed in some parts of and some highways were snowed shut in frigid sleet and freezing cold drove southward as far as mid dle Georgia and A half dozen highways in mountainous northern Georgia were impassable A string of cars was halted on an icy road through Wolf Pen Gap in the Vogel Park area near Snow piled up to a depth of 6 inches in southwestern 14 inches at the North Carolina Tennessee line and 15 in some parts of the Great Smoky Moun Virginias scenic Skyline Drive from Front Royal to Waynes oro was Lancaster county was one of Louisiana Voters Shun Long Ticket I NEW 7 Religion Protestant versus Catholic could be a major j factor in deciding Louisianas I next Earl shunned by i the voters in Saturdays Demo i cratic first often has called Louisiana The 9 showdown between New I Orleans Mayor deLesseps Morrl I son and former Jimmie Davis may test this a led the i record 11man a was trailing by more than Morrisons strength was in south a predominately More than 25 per cenl of his votes came from New Orleans He wasnt ahead in any Parish county in north where most of the people go to Protestant Louisiana voters havenl elect ed a Catholic governor this cen Ihe hardesl hil areas in Pennsyl where slorm spread seven lo eight inches of Half the schools in Lancaster county did not and the other half were closed by mid Buses could barely Some communities were without power and heat except from gas or coal Gale winds and heavy rains pounded New Reports See Page 13 Doctor Under Life Sentences Severs Artery 7 UP Ben serving a double life sentence for the slaying of his killed himself at the Oklahoma State Prison early Warden Robert Raines said that the onetime McAlester heart specialist committed sui cide in his cell by cutting a small hole In his right leg with a razor Guard Joe Sherrill found the 37yearold physician under his bunk at during a rou tine He immediately summoned Harrell When the two returned they found a Loral Whit standing over A pool of blood soak ed a blanket on1 which Galbraith was I knew something like this would W h 111 o c k screamed to the two Galbraith was rushed to th prison Doctors worke frantically to save his life bu dipd on th tabl They said he ha suffered the loss of too mud Doctors said Galbraith used corner of the razor blade t cut the femoral artery in hi This artery was described the main vessel which supplie the lower right extremities o the left a suicide not iri which he stated that he want See Page 6 Corsicana FFA Wins Honors At Regional Meet The Corsicana High Schoo FFA chapter greenhand farm skills made up of Ihre placed second I Ihe area leadership conlesls a Waco Ronald Otho Bowme and Sonny Pierce made up th team and were praised highl by their vocational agricultur James This second place finish wasn the only luster captured by th local The chapte farmer conducting learn finishe Joe Walte Bobby Tomm James Hug Robinson and Bobby Grigg were Itasca won the greenhan farm skill conlcsl and Grani view Ihe chapter farmer co ducting A Corsicana Mexl produced the winner of the rad broadcasting For producing the secon place team in area competitio Cummins was selected to judg the contest in stale competitio to be held at Sam Houston Sta College in Huntsville nexl Salu OMSOAI PROPOSES NEW LOAN PROGRAM 7 ndon Johnson of e Senate Majority said day he hopes to push through ongress next year legislation r FHAtype loans for every udent who wants to attend col in a speech prepar I for a Louis University cited the importance education in declaring the ext ten years may decide for le century the war between and a possible candidate or the Democratic presidential said the battle can ualemalaPuts leftist Trend Blame On 7 he Leftist Revolutionary party PR seemed certain to win at east two of the capital citys ive congressional seats today ollowing elections which Presi ent Miguel Ydigoras Fuontes ailed as decisive to the United States as to With 159 of the citys 180 polls the Revolutionary party had votes to the rovernment Redemption partys and he Communist par ys There were no elec lon reports from outside the The four Leftist In cluding the Communist polled compared vlth for the five Right st including the gov be won only through a leader ship of example that will win the minds of the worlds We must not fall under the illusion that we can win the century just by sitting at the conference he We We must win the cen tury by our the example we set before the The Senate leader noted the federal government contributes to the support of educational ac tivities only about onethird ol the amount per capita that it spends for the postal service We must put values of the mind That is why I am sponsor hope to pass next yeat permitting the fed eral government to insure edu cational loans to every young man and woman who wants to rnment The country was calm throughout the consid red of unusual importance as a possible indication whether onceCommunist Guatemala is iwinging Left Ydigoras paid little atlenlion o Ihe early returns last night See Page 6 Pneumonia Hits Williams Again 7 Iff1 Wal ler is dangerous ly ill his doctor dis closed and it was hinted the end is near for the sole sur vivor of Civil War Williams observed his 117th birthday 14 with a parly allended by over 600 He is running a tcmpnralure of The illness Is a combinalion of including a new onset of said Russell his He is back under He suffered chills and fever all night and took a turn for the worse this I wont predict where It will but he began looking bad this morn Williams lives xvith his daugh Willie Mae See Page 6 Steel Supplies Let GM Start Building Cars eral Motors resumed auto pro ductlon today for the first Urn since 11 and announce plans to recall another workers by the end of this wool Chevrolets compact Corvai the last car built by GM befor shutting down because of stee was Ihe firsl ca built The Cadillac Div at the other end of th corporations price schcdu ed its first car off the assem bly line for about lo General Motors recalled 62 000 workers last With to days announced recalls GM wi have about back at wor out of a peak total of The remainder will be calle back probably ncx when full auto productlo is which halted outpu last expects 1 have of its idle workers back on the job b Wednesday when Val ant and Dodge truck lines wi bo started The rest of the company laicloff employes will be back a work the week of 14 who Navarro County school trus es and Corsicana Independent chool District will be declared e winner against Blooming rove in the lawsuit Involving pproximately 17 square miles of le old Emhotise Judge Waxahachie ild the Daily Sun Monday ornlng by telephone from his ffice in the Ellis county court Judge Stout said that The iw Is with the county school uslees and the Corsicana In ependent School district in IB case and that he Judge tout will sign the judgment to iat effect which he Judge tout has authorized Fred Por attorney for the lorsicana to I will sign the judgment to hat effect when it Is he Ellis county veteran jurist old the Sun after pointing out hat he was doing so reluctantly ut his interpretation of the aw was that It was with the lorsicana district and county The trial lasted several days n the local district The case was tried the later iart of November and the con uslon of the case came Mon lay November Judge Stout returned Waxahnchie with the announce nent he would enter a nent sometime before Christ after study of the The jurist dismissed the jury See Page 14 SA Reporting Response Slow To Kettle Plea Corslcnna has been slow to respond to the annual appeal made by the Salvation Army for funds to finance Its Christmas program for the William corps announced Monday that contributions are running behind those of last year at this same and unless the response is greater Ihe Army nol he able to meet this community need as adequately as It has in the The Armys slogan of keep the pot boiling has not yet reached a hut is a mere so to as a result of to few donations dropped in the familiar red Thomas reminded that 11 is the deadline for the needy families of the city to make applications for Christmas food baskets and toys for the youngsters in the The Senate antitrust subcom mittee charged today that one drug house took a per cent markup In the wholesale price of a new medicine derived from the companys pres ident answered that the sub committees figures did not take into many cost items which were essentials In the drug The testimony came as the headed by Estes Kefauver open ed a broad study of drug Indus try wholesale The inquiry began with E suggestion by Smathers that the prices were too This drew a prompt denial from Francis president of the Sobering of that his firm is charging too The first drug on which the subcommittees staff presented figures was a de rivative of cortisone developed by the Schering Marketed under the trade Neticortelone Is useti to treat such ailments as arthi ritis and The subcommittee experts said they had constructed a pro duction cost of cents for one tablet of the or a compared to a whole See Page 13 Texas Crowding Fifth Ranking In Population 7 UP Nevada is the nations fastes growing slate and Arkansas the fastest shrinking tho Con sus Bureau reported The Bureau said Nevada population increased by 70 pe cent between the 1950 censu and July In numbers Ihe estimated gain was Iron to on the other hanc lost per cent of its population in the same Arkansa dropped by to Three other states also los West Virginia wa down 2 per Vermont dow per cent and Mississipp down 1 per For the cnlire th population rose by t during tho pcrioc That was a jump of 15 per cen Floridas estimated populatlo of was 63 per cen above the 1050 figure of See Page 13 Young Japanese Extremists Blamed By Another important issue in the but one that doesnt have to be whispered is Davis wasted no time in bolstering his stand on The 53yearold hillbilly ballad singer and movie actor said he was convinced voters are con cerned about their rights to de cide their own He cited the overwhelming victory of Jack Gre million in his bid for anolher Gremillion heads the states legal team in segregation Neither Davis nor Morrison mentioned segregation much in their campaigning for the first although both said they favored Morrisons foes often have accused him of courting the negro State Louisianas 1 See Page 14 Recall Pearl Harbor Attack PEARL 7 18th anniversary of Ja pans sneak attack on Pearl Harbor was observed James Kealoha of Hawaii in a message to the is lands people warned that 7 should be set aside as a time for renewed determination that this country must never again be unprepared for enemy at He urged the people to remain alert in order that we may keep peace through prepared A wooden platform was erect ed above the sunken battleship Arizona for a simple ceremony marking the Hil entombed within the rusting hull are the remains of men whodted when the great ship sank under a hail of bombs on the morning of The launched by 200 Japanese plunged the United States into World War 7 at tack on Pearl Harbor 18 years ago today was a risky enter prise that if detected earlier might have cost Japan half its says Kichisaburo Nomu Japanese ambassador to Washington at the The former admiral and dip in an inlerview called pans Axis membership and at tack on America great blun He said Ihey were forced on our responsible people by audacious Nomura likened these ele ments rightists and military the prewar pe riod to presentday leftwing radicals now agitating for Ja pan to scrap its Only 10 days ago about 700 jersons were injured in a clash etween police and youlhful demonstralors against revision of the Nomura said such outbursts by a small minority should not be taken to mean the Japanese are Most Ja panese realize the security agreement with America is the backbone of our he add Now Normura is healthy and aclive as a Conservalive member of Parliamenl and president of the Nippon Victor Phonograph Those who wanted us to get on Hitlers and Mussolinis bus made a Nomura others say See Page 6 m PRESIDENT NOVED BY OUTPOURING Highest Medal Is Given Eisenhower Before Dinner 7 million cheering Pakis anls by official eslimate ave President Elsenhower to ay the most thunderous recep on ever accorded a foreign waving people pack l the streets and the roads the airport as Elsenhower rrived from Turkey on the bird stop of his mis ion of Deeply Moved The president was deeply loved by the outpouring of ffectlon and called the welcome said James White House Press The nations highest ie Nlshan I Medal of presented to Eisenhowet onight Just before a dinner Iven In his President Mohammed Ayub Chan made the He read n accompanying citation prais ng Elsenhower for Inspiring eadership In enabling the fret atlons to develop collective ecurity against Symbol of West The citation referred to Els enhowers determination in holding the tradition of the democratic life which Is reflect d In your It praised him for promoting the econom c advance of the cause of frea See Page 13 Ankara Gives Ike Stunning Welcome Sunday 7 WI resident Eisenhower took vith hhn from Turkey today memories of the grealest recep Ion ever given a foreign vist lor to the Turkish Elsenhower himself termed the welcome he received on his arrival Sunday from Rome tho most supcndous I have ever seen In a city of that Estimates of the crowds that cheered him ranged from a police figure of to unoff clal tallies of The great share of Ankaras halt a million population plus uncounted thou sands from the countryside jammed the Bands men danced and people shouted Yasha long live as the President went standing bareheaded in an open His arms were outspread In Elsenhower responded en thusiastically to this outpouring of I am he told Turkish President Celal Bayar at a state dinner last that the United with Sen Page 13 Clearer Broadcast Rules Are Proposed 7 UP Protestant and Catholic leaders today told the Federal Communi cations Commission it should spell out what is expected of broadcasling stalions when Ihey are given a license in Ihe public The Protestant FOR TEXANS AT HARBOR Thn above wreath was sent to Pearl Harbor where it was laid on the hulk of the USS The bodies of 82 Texans arc among Ihe crew men still entombed there after the sneak They were honored in ceremonies The wreath was built of Texas plants by Martin gardener at the Governors Price Daniels Emma packs the wreath for AP Wirephoto Judge James New York associate general secretary of the National Coun cil of Churches of flatly opposed censorship of individual broadcast He said that what is now needed is the will to enforce and the will to obey existing law in this field Celestin pres ident of Detroit University and also president of the Catholic Broadcasters indicated he shared these views bul avoiclec direct discussion of censorship becaue It Is a hated He advocated a clarified code ol conduct by which broadcasters might be broadly Rabbi Bernard Provost of the Jewish Theologi cal Seminary of New proposed creation of a privatelyendowed institute to sludy ethical problems Involv ng every media of mass com In a reference to recent dis closures of abuses in broadcast Rabbi Mandelbaum said It would be most unfortunate If the result of all this turmoil was a series of new rules and watchdog committee for polic ing the The existing both the rules of this com mission and tho selfimposed regulalions of Ihe networks and broadcasting are These from the three leaders faiths in were presented as the FCC opened public hearings designed to re examine its powers to control Sea Page ;