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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - December 10, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHER cloud iness through Friday with scattered show ers no important temperature Thermometer Readings 8 9 1 10 I 11 1 12 II 2 62 63 i 64 65 66 67 68 Complete Weather Report on Market LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMATS 160 SECTIONS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW electronics in cor porates Cotton CHICAGO nearby months steady Corn light trade Oats Mixed light to 25 cents lower top steers strong top PRICE FIVE CENTS V ropes worst storm in 23 yca rs wea ry warned have a JACK YOUNG New Chamber Officers At Board Meet was blowing itself out leaving shattered snips and 109 dead in its But after a fiveday the tempest might still deadly sting in its A little Dutch motor freigh ter sank in a collision in the Elbe some seamen re mai blizza Sea T was AIR FORCE AND NAVY TO REMAIN No Changes In Commitment To NATO Forces defense department an nounced today that all Army troops will be withdrawn from Some Air Force Navy men will remain The force to be pulled out con sists of an Army battalion com bat teamof about Early In I960 The Army troops will be re deployed during the first six months of Army units stationed in the United States will continue to maintain their capability for immediate deployment to Ice land in case of the i headquarters These emergency troops would be from the Strategic Army Bank headed a slate freighter All in of the 82nd and of new officers elected Thursbers of the Dutch crew were res1the heavywei 101st Airborne Divisions from day at December Ft and Campof Commerce board of directors bell and of the 4th Infanmeeting to serve in try Division Others Named In Hours Beach Thc board named as first vice An Army spokesman said president owner troops could be rushed to Iceland and operator of drivein theatres within a matter of hours if neehere and in two other and elected as its second vice presi The Army said the transfer Is Herbert who is part of the normal redUtribupresident of Wolf Brand Prod tion of and has been unucts v m electing the slate as by tanominating committee comprised of the four past presidents on the Embry Infiltr win Indici Lawyer ICOTTOJV BROKERS REQUEST On Two Counts MAJOR CHANGES IN RULES eriury By HAROLD MILKS 10 UP The government started moving into Cubas industrial life today by requesting domestic and foreign firms to admit rebel officers for training so they will be able to direct any business enter The request was made in let ters to numerous industrial and business firms by the industrial of the Agrarian reform The five changes listed by nstitute dirccted bv economic 3 m 1 IK A 1 I4M I 10 Cotton brokers and an industrylLodwick as the minimum Ernesto CHE Guevai spokesman said five admtnistraRials for survival were Argentine born leftist tive changes are needed if A simpler and more efficient letters some for handling and market t STRONG AID n NEW 10 Vincent a New futures markets are to HERBERT JOHNSON CommunityChesi Names Officers For Next Year This is like the handwriting e Corsicana Community on the said the closed out for all in annuai m rne neaa or Cotton saidlthe farmers current by moe than 00 wash prenared testimony that unrequiring the CCC to charge The 44ton Dutch freighter allegcd to have been a Something is the exhigher Flamingo went down after a colfor Anthony Fat Tony SaferUanges and other segments of An easier way for the puroperator of a large Jack State National lision with the German an underworld figure and the industry are doomed to obchasers of CCC stocks to have 1 hey want us to train 4 the promotion of livion and not be available their cotton own people so they can take uslana elect eioett ght title fight the cotton trade when they Facilitating the eptport of over whenever they re again The situation arises because the under a new PLEDGED TO FRIENDS Red China Threat Not Mentioned But Understood By JOHN SCALI NEW 10 UP President Eisenhower reminded India today that weakness in arms invites aggression1 and said a strong United States la ready to come to the aid of its For Defense Only He told the Indian parliament the United States is committed to a search for genuine disarma ment but is maintaining strong forces against aggression and added They serve not only for our self but our friends and like have perceived thi3 They so serve for de fensive purposes The members of parliament tween Swedens Ingemar Jo in a half dozen vessels and Floyd Patterson at American cotton by stablizingj The copy of a letter seen by this correspondent requested mm I v der consideration for 2 12 A spokesman said the with drawal will have no effect on United States commitments to have gone Four others flashed distress calls See Page 6 Hos Of Texas Geis oweis Page 7 V Family Service Able To Care For Its Needy Families in Corsicana and Its to whom Family Serv ice Association will have a good Christmas in That was the fact that stood out Thursday morning as the FSA board held its December meeting in the Flame Room of the Lone Star Gas The in its dual role of ministering for the present escap helping families plan for arsenal Gibson and Tom accept ed the panels recommendations and reemployed Manager Dick Knight for the ensuing Before President Bob Whee lock could submit the nominat ing committee chairmans mo tion that the slate of new offi cers be elected and the manag See Page 11 13 Of Fugitive Felons Caught Yankee Stadium last June The grand jury and the cotton is buy York State Athletic Commisjng and selling directly the sion investigated alleged irregmajor portion of the cotton ularities in the promotion It is buying rather than the won by Johansson provide price support loans on a third round would not be paid The athletic commis sion recently revoked the li cense of Rosensohn which holds a contract for a return Patterspn Johansson See Page 6 County Cotton Growers Vote By The Tress The first count alleges that Velella testified falsely on light drizzle and before the athletic commis ed showers covered a large part sion The second count alleges of Texas Only the that he lied on 10 when Panhandle and a few points testifying before the grand in South Central Texas ed clear Johnson i Food Surplus In Hungry World MARSH 10 UP Lyndon John son ended a twoday who lives and has his tour Of Wednesday with Light showers fell in the El office in surrendered the charge that the Eisenhower Navarro county cotton farm ers will vote on whether to have price supports in 1960 in a coun tywide election Farmers are expected to adopt the price support pro gram again for A two thlrda majority vote is Sixteen voting places over the permission to put one rebel of ficer in an industrial firm for training for a period of one Other sources said they saw letters asking acceptance of as many as five trainees for indefinite The said See Page U Pa Crum Dies In Sleep In New York But there T nn was not a sound when the presi d t k f tn f t Qf k new cochairman with Ks were shaken by his re No Audible Benetton succeed th Floyd Smith complete slate of new and eight directors Nor was there any audible re three years the mada clear American determination arc Chester Paso and Beaumont Oc casional light drizzle was re ported over the eastern half of the Early morning temperatures varied from 23 at Amarlllo to 65 at Overnight snowfall up to 412 inches in upstate New York fell east of Lake Ontario and there were some light snow flurries in New The depth of snow cover at reached 14 See Page 11 Laborites Say Planning Hood Of Sex NEW 10 Hartley niominGnlltions be open from 8 York attorney and onetime 6 Reminder has been newspaper is dead at success of the American farmer made that persons have with CSU or engaged in farming cot The time and place has come ton and persons having land In for America come to Us the soil bank program on tnthn senses about more cotton allotment farms aunou Senate majority leader heads a officers named the Other officers Dean fir G T I vice president and Directors named were Embry Hoyt Earl Joe Wheelock George and Jack Both officers and directors were elected by acclamation on a slate presented by a nominat ing committee headed by Them were no nomlna frorn the to provide adequate forces to he ng to a chlna fipoke to a the r See Page 8 IVY 10 UP Thirteen of Carolinas toughest who staged a Tuesday and took The northeast had the only of weapons with the restHctians on a where heard were benind bars maP although was ports indicating that there will AU surrendered without reno be money to handle all that had But seven others were Thousands More Police Called To Curb Crowd NEW 10 UP The Indian government called n thousands of extra police from areas near New Delhi today to help keep future Eisenhower admiring crowds under There had been a near disaster t it ii i iiHiiitius riipins in utiiuur am h e n jampackcd spectators call a pulscfeehng tour of No poll tax IB required publishor Presidcnt Eisenhower today cltLwarmod around the motorcade anri cd Hawaii as an example for 3L T 1 J J I I actress Rita Hay He also was prominently tn He died is his sleep Wednos a heart t fl Tohnsnn is xvhat operator 1 Crum represented a number of Jonnson is on xvnat are eligible to famous clients in his career as Wo ic crnnamiivi t u j j ir tu la including publisher Middle We is geneiaiiy a husband and wife both may ariri conceded to be a contender for Democratic Partys presidcn Voting placns are as follow publishers were accused in Partial prost and city hail Hament today of plotting to We live in n world that bank Kirby flood Britain with sexy hn told his farm belt Blooming Grove and The government recently Only by the Kirby store Blooming Sec Page 6 Hawaii Called World Example NEW 10 UP cd Hawaii as an example for calTying preaident Eisenhower the He told the Indian and Prime Minister Nehru on parliament Wednesdays epochal ride from The men nnd women of that the airport to the Indian capl cold Minnesota and the higher mountain stations of the International list of Amest presumption can we suggest crican including printthat there are such things as Soe Page fl been desired and planned for t j and preflumed carrying f including a ecordeda low of 1 holi its families in the coming day it was pointed out that there never is too much money on but that special gifts from individuals and organizations have helped out for the so that the organization can the maximum security pris its own house in financial order on jierc while providing Tne pBI said the captures Clyde who gave yieldea two rifles and four re the said that the little jvolvera of tne 17 weapons tak See Page 6 11 weapons machine Twelve surrendered In Vir and Ohio after hardly 48 hours of Another prisoner was retaken near Ivy day of the breakout gree above Eric the House of publishers plan surpluses of There are no a labor mem1 food There is only wasted Men have imitated our indus en from Ivy overnm ids 10 The president of Merck and rejected a suggestion today that new model drugs are brought out just to keep prices and profits John Connor told the Sen ate Antitrust and Monopoly sub committee unlike many consumer new drugs are not just a matter of He said that whether or not they are an improvement over earlier drugs is subject to criti cal analysis by a very discrimi nating the nations As Connor testified for the second day at the subcommit tees prices investigation of drug there were these other developments The subcommittees chief Rand said Merck 4 has bid on bulk sales of predni sone antiarthritis tablets to the government at prices about one third those it charges Dixon also submitted figures ehowing that Merck negotiated a sale of worth of prednlsone tablets to veterans administration in February at a rate of a while a month later the VA bought prednisone tablets under com petitive bidding from a smaller firm for a Dixon said that Mercks bid on this business was a compared to the price of it had negotiated a month In March Dixon at about the same time the VA was paying Merck a for prednisone the mili tary medical service agency was buying prednisone pills on com petitive bid basis for from the Chase Chemical a small er And he said that in February this under competitive the military agency ob to dump a large quantity of I try in other Men have du cheap pornographic novels in Plated our But no this no has yet equal other declared or approached American agri If this nation has a it may well he a destiny to feed the Where we have al ways been the arsnnal of De I say now that America See Page 6 is threatened with a flood of cut price sex and horror publi Both demanded If the British publishing In dustry feels It is being injured it can apply for imposition of an antidumping a board of trade spokesman customs agents can seize imported publications consider ed indecent or State Senator Bristles Over TV Language the courtap pointed board of monitors up to watch over affairs of the At other times Crum played volvcd in the court battles er fn state have their ancestral homosUal tween James Hoffas nion and the courtan in Asm ancl Africa and Europe At one Nehru hopped set and the Uvn Amcricas and tnc out of a Cadillac and climbed islands of the onto a police jeep trying to quiet Those people are of every he The possession stopped craod and color ynt they live toseveral The crush of FCC Gets Variety Improvement Ideas a leading role in political mat Ho was a campaign man Sco Page 31 Last Veteran Now Critical 10 UP Walter last surviv ing veteran of the Civil was in critical condition Thurs It was the first time for the J17ycar old Confederate vet erans doctor to use the word His heart rate is up and the doctor His fever is coming down but fluct It looks Williams has been in an oxygen tent since when he was stricken with pneumonia a fourth time since gather In neighborly friendliness human bodies snapped off a and mutual and each can side view mirror of the Eisen achiove his own good by helping hower achieve the good of Hawaii About uniformed and cries insistently to a divided plainclothcsmen were on world that all our differences of Delhi officials declined to say race nml origin are less than Just how many reinforcements the granrl and Indestructible ftre being coiled But they unity of our common brotherconfirmed that thousands will be The world should take time The authorities figure Eisen 10 listen with an attentive ear hower will run Into mammoth to Sec Page 6 10 10 quietspoken Texas OPI federal controls and a legislator top level citizens advisory corn bristled with indignation Wedmission were among sugges nesday at a network television to the Federal Communi show which he charged taught cations Commission murder and profanity to and lions of young David whose The suggestions were ad at a public hearing at voice in Senate debate here oftwhich FCC chairman John en is nearly spoke Doerfcr questioned whether his sharply about NBCs 90minnte agGnCy could impose its ideas show good tastc on At one point Doerfer wonder would fight out loud whether in view of legislation to outlaw profanity constitutional free speech and on any Texas radio or television free press The Printed Media might be con Ratliff raised his protest in Icerned about the commission Star Time He said he tained the drug for as little as CHARGED WITH EMBEZa telephone call to the Associatgetting into censorship in rela a from another small Mary McCaled dress from nis Textion to broadcasting program Premd Pharmaceutical 5g Mercks bW at that Dixon was a after she Estes Kefauver tlolt sne eci with embezzleme sits in Wayne He said the use s DelPrufamty on television channels of The chairman drew an agree was charg Tt Of had been growing steadily and nent from F the words hell and damn e being used m editor o fthe magazine Na tional that Western the subcommittee etl wlth cmbezzl he couldnt underatand how 513 from anArchitectural and WhoDoneIts Merck to the govern she wordPpear on In ment at about onethird of the head price to wife of a retired Detoit police That doesnt seem right to left the firm in 1957 bastard were heard on the NBC material in about the same proportion that he I after 29 years of service and The subcommittee previously the shortage was discovered soon See Page 11 I AP Wirephoto and crime are depicted The arrogance and utter dis1 Ty of decency on the part n waa Buckiey who suggest See Page 6 led that a system of subscrip tion paid for by the viewer and without advertising was the ultimate ans wer to criticisms of broadcast ing Such a Buckley con would give the view ing public emancipation from the dictatorship of Madison He said that with such competition the audience that free TV a better chose to stay with probably would get Commissioner John Cross reminded the witness that FCC many months ago announced its willingness to authorize payTV on an experimental How the discussion brought out that no one has applied to sponsor such The proposal for federal con trol of networks was advanced 10 Secretary of State Christian Hcrter today that Presi dent Elsenhower had had ex tremely satisfactory discussions with foreign government chiefs on his present 11nation Hcrtor told a news conference that the public acceptance of the Preaident in every coun try he has visited exceeded the greatest expectations which Herter and other officials had for the Herter himself leaves Satur day for Paris to attend a meet ir f the Nortl Atlantic Trim ty Council beginning and to join Eisenhower in a western summit session begin ning He said the United States may suggest at the NATO meeting a method for studying the problem of NATO costshar by the American Civil Liberties ASSISTANT AGENT Larry hng SO that a greater portion of a Texas the load would he borne by The suggestion for a citizens is the new assistant agricultural countries other than the Unit advisory commission came from agent for Navarro re William Elliott of Harplacing Smith who resign The United States will vard who recently ed to become county agent for take a dogmatic position edited a book on TVs impact Childress It is Coopers this Herter but not on will on American first assignment with the TexasItry to work out a conjunction Elliott said such a commis College Extension with Allied governments the See Page 11 Taylor Studio Photo Iproblems of cost of the joint defense of Western Hortcr said the United States Intends to go through with discussion with other NAT1 countries of all Issues of terest to Including mat ters which are being handle primarily by the big He cited the status of Wes Berlin as an outstanding exam On other points Herter to reporters Development of a new sugar allocation act this year will pose a great nmny prob lems because thero aro many claimants for part of Cubas share of the sugar mar In saying this Herter Inti mated that the hostile attitudi of the Castro government coul cost Cuba a part at least o its vital sugar sales to the Unit The United States hat been very unhappy about the breakdown of relations with Cuba but has been rebuffed In ettorts to discuss Issues with Cuban This country studyin See 6 ;