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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - December 16, 1959, Corsicana, Texas 4 fl I i N THE WEATHEB LOCAL with occa sional rain through Thursday no import ant temperature Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 1 12 j 11 56 57 1 56 1 58 59 59 I 59 Complete Weather fiepori on Market 165 Daily SunandSemiWwKly Morning Lifcht LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP TELEMAT5 PAGES MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW ed selected issues in governments in li quidation and mill CHICAGO mixed light Mixed light to 25 cents lower top steers steady to 50 cents lower top PRICE FIVE CENTS ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft a ft ft ft ft ft A WIDOW AT Peggy Sue Praul of shown with her Brett Michael may be the youngest widow in the nation at Her Ernest Praul was killed In a highway accident last August and the baby was born three months Peggy was 13 when married Her hus band had no insurance and Peggy has turned to the Social Se curity Administration for AP Wlrephoto rowers pprove 16 Growers have voted to keep federal marketing controls In force next year on cotton and rice and for the next three years on The federal regulation approv ed in Tuesdays referenda by growers of these crops is de signed to prevent excessive pro duction and Texas farmers voted with the majority in each of the re The Texans approved upland cotton quotas to approved long staple cot ton quotas 273 to 30 approved quotas on the next three crops of peanuts to 345 and ap proved rice quotas for next year to The growers kept clear their record of never having voted down a control program for the three The crop voting was the est ever The elections were held by the Agriculture Department under provisions of farm Al though he favored elimination of government crop Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson had made no recom mendation that farmers reject them in yesterdays Wheat farmers voted last summer to continue marketing SNOW SNARLS TRAFFIC IN NEW MEXICO Heavy Rainfall Reported In Many Sectors Of Texas By The Associated Press Freezing weather had disap peared from the Texas scene Wednesday morning but El Paso was getting snow showers in temperatures that approached Road conditions in the upper Texas Panhandle were still snarled and state police asked motorists not to travel 66 west of Highways Closed Most New Mexico highways were closed by snow and Ice and motels and hotels across The Land of Enchantment were Even snowplowa had trouble in the vicinities of Al buquerque and Temperatures shortly before dawn in Texas ranged from 35 at El Paso to 68 at But results of Tuesdays snow and freezmg drizzle still were felt in the Panhandle residents called Tuesdays icing conditions the worst in 20 years for parts of the The severest icing was in the western Panhandle See Page 7 I I Aboard Complete but unofficial re turns gave for and against marketing quotas on next years crop of upland cot This was a majority of per Marketing quotas on next years crop of extra long staple cotton were approved by a vote See Page 7 County Cotton Raisers Favor Quotas System Navarro county cotton farm ers Tuesday approved market ing quotas for 1960 by a major ity vote of per A two thirds majority was A total of 472 voted for the i price supports for the 1960 crops while only 35 voted against Navarro countys turnout of vo ballots were cast in the 16 smaller than hoped apparently due to the but was still larger than most counties in Central In only 31 votes were cast 30 for and one For and against votes in that order in the other 15 poll places are as follows 478 5012A 283 Blooming 580 300 11 0 Richland 122 400 242 Eu 230 122 110 371 80 COURT SESSION SET AUSTIN State Su preme Court said today it will hold a special as requir ed by on 31 to close its docket for WITH EISENHOWER IN THE 16 The British Mediter ranean fleet today saluted Preal dent Eisenhower as he sailed over sunlit waters to the West ern summit meeting in A message was flashed by Sir Alexander Bingley aboard his flagship Tiger as she passed within 600 yards of the President standing at attention at the rail of the cruiser Des I am honored and delighted to be able to salute you while you pass on your mission of peace through the sea you knew so well in Binpley said over the flashing blinker on the Bingley sailed from to pay his respects to the President and exchange gun salutes with the Des Traditional Eisenhower weath er returned to the Mediterranean today as the President sailed westward on the first real rest Anti Iowa 16 Republican has recaptured an Iowa congressional seat in A victory hailed by his party as foreshadowing a GOP comeback from defeats suffered last John pronounced a 40yearold Bloomfield clothing defeated Democrat Edwin Gilmour for the 4th Dis trict Gilmour is a profes sor of political science at Grin nell It was Kyis second bid for the He was defeated last year by Steven the first Democrat sent to Congress by the district in 20 Carter died after little more than a year in office and a spec ial election was called to fill the Unofficial returns showed votes for Kyi and for Both candidates had heaped criticism on Secretary of Agri culture Ezra Taft Benson dur ing the Kyi maintain ed that the Eisenhower admin istrations agricultural program said he would get together with Midwest farm leaders to map a positive Kyi said that while he oppos ed the secretarys ideas of solv ing the farm Benson was not a candidate in the spec ial election and what was need ed was some good oldfashion ed farmer exercised by He said during the campaign I want to call in the farmers and let them recommend the solution and go on from Republican National Chairman Thurston Morton jubilantly de clared the victory indicated GOP resurgence after defeat in the 1958 congressional He said it also was a splen did tribute to President Eisen hower and his Kyi had the endorsement of the Presi In the special election Kyi carried all but 2 of the 14 coun ties in the Gilmour car ried only strongly Democratic Wapello and Decatur home of the late County Creeks Out Of Banks From Big Rains i Richland and Chambers creeks left their banks Tuesday night and Wednesday morning but widespread damage is not antici pated unless additional precipita tion is Chambers was reported out of banks at the EmhouseEnnis the EmhouseRice dirt county and at Hogan closing the Corsicana to Roane direct This major stream was out of banks at the Interstate 45 crossingnorth of but appeared to be at almost a Floodwaters from the upper watershed in Ellis and Johnson how could up the flood later and cause another Richland creek was over the lowlands in the EmmettPelham sector late but had re turned to its banks Wednesday The creek was coming out fairly fast at the Interstate 45 crossing near Richland Wed nesday Overcast clouds Wednesday morning were not too encour but no additional precipi tation was Roane reported inches while more than three inches were received in the Emmett PelhamIrene FM 310 was reported closed by high waters Acquilla creek in Hill county Wednesday morn No highways or farmmarket See Page 10 Five Children Find Christmas Outlook Bleak 16 is full of gay lights and cheer Christmas only nine days most But for five little Detroiters life was dark indeed today and there was much A watchman at the Citys Welfare Shelter heard whimp ering as he made his rounds at 1 He stepped into the room where Helen and her five children had been living since Clair was prone on the My mothers sobbed the oldest 12yearold HI1 Hard and I dont know what to Police took the all but 7monthold to a juvenile Penny was tak en to a hospital to be cared An autopsy was ordered into the mothers Police Elizabeth Grindle said Hilliard told her the fam ily had been destitute for some time and none knew the fathers Only the lad the family returned to Detroit Mass Poison Attempt Made On RFE Staff 16 Free Europe RFE said today agents of a foreign communist power has attempt ed a mass poisoning of its em Most of the employes of this privately American station are refugees from iron curtain KrJk of Mount Radio Free Europes European said a poison was found 21 in a number of saitshakers at the stations The cafeteria Is freq uented by who often bring their about 100 of the employes areof his threecontinent goodwill The director said the substance was analyzed by Army med ical authorities and was found to be a poisonous drug derived from the deadly night shade Hazelhoff said the poisoning attempt was revealed by a Radio Free Europe employe who al though ostensibly used by a for eign communist power for sabo tage purposes has been coop erating with American author ities from the time he was first contacted by the He also Identity person who planned these acts and ordered them including this latest as being a communist See Page 10 Litigation Is Slowing Plans Jackson High Corsi Wed to be Dana cana public said nesday morning he hopes in a position to make some recommendations to the school board relative to tho rebuilding Eisenhower accepted the salute from the British shortly after watching rocketfiring fighters from tho accompanying air See Page 10 Johnson Talks Like Candidate At Fort Worth FORT 16 Kyndon talked like candidate again Tuesday night and told a banquet audience pa thn red in his honor that the nation must have something better than re action and red But the Senate Majority Load WINTER STREET street in Am was one of many littered with ice covered broken tree limbs after freezing rain covered the Many homes were without electric power when the falling limbs snapped power AP Wirephoto Crime Dirtier Than iretaps CONVAIRS DART FLIES NW RECORD MPH nnhlcvnd May r t I D of Jackson high near Williams said school in the he hopes to is With his Kyi have some plan whereby the school district can at least re plane some of the facilities destroyed by fire In A complete rebuilding pro gram cannot be initiated until a bond issue Ls approved and a bond issuR election cannot be called until final disposition of the law suit with tin Blooming Grove Independent School Dis trict involving approximately 17 square miles of the Blooming Grove district which lower courts have ruled has legally been annexed to the Corsicana A decision of the Blooming Grove school board last Mon day night to appeal the case to the Tenth Court of Civil Ap spelled an addi See Page 12 er made only one veiled refer ence io his position aa a poten tial candidate for the DemocrnU ic presidential He said President Eisenhower is introducing him and Speaker Sam Rayburn to Sov iet Premier NIkita Khrushchev said Both these men are from just as I Then Johnson pointed to the press table and And you fellows say no man from Texas can be elected The Senator told the crowd of that he intends to parti cipate to the fullest In what he Air Force said toduy one of its jet fighters had set new world speed record of miles per It reported the flight was made by FlOfi Delta Dart pi lotrd by Joseph Rogers Tupsdav at Edwards Air Force 16 Two New York lawyers agreed today that wiretapping is dirty but clashed over whether law enforcement ofCi cers should be permitted to do It also bettered the cfttIm Qnn witness before the senate Ropers spprd topped by 116 miles the fastest previous Air McClellan Warns Steel And Hoifa 16 UP John McClellan told newsmen today Congress will move swift ly if the sieel dispute isnt set tled next Tho Arknnsaa Democrnt was asked at news conference what will happen If there is no id next year will be some of settlement when the TaftHart ley injunction period ends of the Soviet Union that one of Its now K66 Delta wing fighters flew miles perhour The speed record was estab lished a flay after another Air Force FKMC renchnd record altitude of That piloted by Joe also took off from Edwards Air Force The Air Force said when establishing the spnod rec Sno Page 10 the most vital decisions in the nations See Page 10 r mi It m Marines Trap Treasury Boss The Marines locked Secretary o the Treasury Robert Anderson In H confnrence room constitutional rights subcom mittee was Paul former attorney for tho southern district of New York The other was Harris Stein longtime criminal lawyer Williams called wiretapping a key weapon in fighting thL communist conspiracy and criminal conspiracies involving Wiretapping1 could be called a dirty he crime Is a dirty business a dirtier who served as attorney In southern New York hot ween 1955 and urged that congress amend existing RANCE IRKED OVER SHIRKING Gates Contends Rightfully Demanding Help 16 The NATO nations received today a report of a Soviet buildup in and a new charge that France Is not meeting her defense pledges to cope with Russian Secreary of Defense Thomas told the North Atlantic Alliance that the United States needn more help keeping Western defenses and endorses tho nilitaiy substance of a recent speech by Nathan Twining Supported chairman of the Joint Chiefs of sharply attacked France last week In a secret NATO military meeting for refusing to go along with integration of Its forces with the Secretary of State Christian Herter Tuesday in slsted that integration la a vital part of in effect supported Gates spoke today after French Defense Minister Pierre Gulllaumat officially protested the American charge that France is shirking and the fact that Twin ings speech reached the He charged that Twin ing overstepped military bounds and got Into political Gates said he felt that United is within vttfht and responsl blllty of Its military to on the military effects of politi cal See Page 7 la w to courts After n menling at Hotrl Tal used by the NATO Legislation to deal with the delegation as the problem will Immediately oc cupv tho attention of McClnllnn The welfare of the country must takn preced ence ovfr Me position taken by labor or secretary romainnd behind for a private talk with two other Thinking the room was nmp Marine guards locked A few minutes when from the mothers where they had gone Commission OKs Zoning Ordinance McClellan said ho does not AnciprRon tried to he found know whnt type of action would Uie loor ockcti bo taken but said it is thn re Hc poundcd on Lhfi of Congross and the Marines released executive branch of the govern ment tn resolve thn Tho chairman of the Senate Rackets Committee also said may take some action aJonjr the antitrust llnp if James president of the Team sters rnrrind out his plan to form H federation of labor organizations in the transporta tion He said it is unwise to put A ChOSKS BROWNSVILLE rownsville public schools will close after today because of an outbreak of influenza among pupils nnd voted Tuesday night after todays Holidays begin Enn Brite said of the pupils permit use In federal of evidence obtained from wiretapping by law en forcement Such idence cannot now bo See Page 10 Last Veteran Growing Weaker 16 A doctor said today the sur viving Civil War veteran is in extremely critical Walter has had pneumonia since Dec He Is pretty low and I thought ho was gone this morn said Russell personal physician to the Con fcroclnte veteran the past seven Wolfe said Williams had been growing steadily Missiles Form Fourth Arm Soviet Forces By HARVEY HUDSON 15 The Soviet Union has set up what amounts to a forth arm in its military forces to tost and fire a growing family on missiles and their Atomic a NATO publication said The report suld the Russians have about 100 principal missiles Soviet continental nnd Intermediate rango of car rying atomic have bcrii operational since A nilssih with a fuel engine for firing from a submerged Is al ready in The repOiL was prepared by the Institute for Strategic Stu dies in covering mili tary strength of both Enst and It was published by tho NATO a publication of the North Atlantic Treaty A NATO spokesman said tho document gives a very accurate picture of the intelligence re port today to tha Sen Pago 7 Trustees to See Page 7 were absent Corsicanas new zoning ordi nance was approved on its in troductory reading Tuesday by the City Commission and is slated to come up for final en actment reading at the 5 regular Chairman Elliott Middleton and other members of the City Planning and Zoning Commis sion were in the audience as was Robert who along with Homer Hunter and as sociates of have been employed to create a compre hensive master plan for Corsi No Commitment First approval came on a mo tion by Commissioner Horace seconded by Commis sioner KarJ Before the vote was Commissioner Oscar Burns in quired if the ordinance passed would the city be legally bound to continue with the services of to seek help but didnt find i Hunter and his and jif they hadnt already been Mayor Reading and City Manager Morgan Works replied that nothing in the zoning ordi nance related to the employ ment henceforth of Hunter and and they pointed out that money for this phase of the master plan had been set up in the 195859 budget and fiscal which ended Sept and the engineers are yet to be paid for their work out of last years Burns said he was not object ing to the zoning on ly seeking to clarify whether the city was commiting itself to continue the employment of the engineers under the ordi nance Alter Agenda At the meetings Mayor Reading called attention to the fact he intended to change the order of several matters on the prepared agenda which required commission voting since Com missioner Hayes was back after See Page 12 Japan Court Says Bases Lega 18 The Japanese supreme court ruled today that the nowar clause In Japans constitution docs not pievent the of Ameri can troops The court also said Japans own armed forces are The unanimous decision by the 15nian court wns a blow to loftwing hopes of forcing the troops out of dis arming the nation and neutraliz ing Japan in the cold At Issue was article 9 of Japans Written under the postwar American thin nownr sec tion declares that Japan forevor renounces thn possession of all wnr But the high In revers ing a Tokyo district court rul ing mudo last declared There are no stipulations In the constitution that deny Japan as a sovereign nation the right of inherent The mas happier for so why dont you do thejprinciple of peace in our con ITS A it is a tradition with the Salvation Army to put out its familiar red Christmas kettle to receive do nations of responsive and likewise a tradition for This is her twentyfifth year to work as a Christ mas kettle attendant and again in front of The unidentified child in the photo Is doing her part to make Christ same Taylor Studio Photo stiiution does not stipulate in any way complete defenseless ness or Japans growing navyr and air force reestablished after Communist attack In Korea are called selfde fense They are regular political targets of the leftists in The opposition Socialist party criticized the courts ruling as a political decision which has cast a serious blot on the history of Japans A government spokesman said the decision realistically re flects conditions In presentday Tho ruling strengthen ed the hand of Prime Minister Nobusuk Kish in a coming fight to win parliamentary approval of a revised secur ity clue to be signed In Washington next American forces aro stationed in Japan undor the original security sign ed in The high court ruled Page 12 ;