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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - December 22, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHER LOCAL cloudy with occasional rain through Wednesday no im portant temperature Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 II 2 43 47 61 54 f 66 58 60 Complete Weather on Market iHomeofthe Daily gun and SemiWee My Morning LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er irregular govern ments at historic mill CHICAGO mixed light Corn light with to 50 cents lower top Cattle Slaughter steers steady to 50 cents higher than Mondays low close top AP TELEMATS 170 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft SOME HINTS KHRUSHCHEV LIKES PLAN Big Three Try To Reassure On Doubts Raised 22 Greece and Turkey expressed fears today they may be affected by decisions taken at an East1 West summit conference in which they had no The three tittle nations sup New rnv Morse Enters Presidential Primary Race 22 UP HOME FOB who arrived in New York after a bus trip from Florida alone and reaches I ported in part by Norway Morse DOre to embrace her Jung in his Bronx apartment after Italy spoke up at a closed sesstepped into the race for Dem they completed the task of trimming the Christmas The sion of the Atlantic Alliances ocratic nomlnation for presi who had not seen her father in 11 was sent from Ministerial dent today with an announce Florida by her AP Wirephoto Talks Endorsed Jment that his name will go be 1 ft 11 B11 VhTl I suppou fore Oregon voters in the states i a I By The Associated Frews Winter blew into the North east today with a fierce snow storm which deposited as much as 10 inches before sun burst through the overcast around SALVATION ARMY BASKETS DELIVERY SET WEDNESDAY The Salvation Armys council to the Western ig Three pro posal for summit talks with the May 20 presidential preference Before the a distribution of food baskets and constant fall through the night toys to the less forunate mem piled up huge drifts to make bers of the community for jobgoing tough for millions over Christmas enjoyment will begin i m r I that no family makes lt a Pc cent fch tice of getting its name on the list of more than one agency for Christmas crept upward to another alltime high in Novem but the rise was at a slow er pace than in other recent the government report ed Consumer prices advanced less than onetenth of one per cent to a level per cent above the 194749 A month prices were por It was the sixth time in seven A master list containing months measur wide Bus and automobile Wednesday at 9 traffic building at 219 from the names of all applicants for aid t 1 1 bv the Labor Departments Soviet Union but with a proviso for prior consultation among the Although I would have pre f erred not to have entered in Strong hints came from Mosthe Oregon I shall not run cow that Premier Nlkita Khrunaway from a good political fight shchev will accept the it is Morse said invitation to a summit session this spring with the United Britain and a who has been elect ed to the Senate both as a Re 22 company and union ne gotiators met again with federal mediators today but Union Pres ident David McDonald was not on A union spokesman explained McDonald was busy at his ho tel making arrangements for separate meetings with 11 major steel companies starting The spokesman said these profeably would be held in 11 in the Mayflow er Hotel Asked if McDonalds absence indicated the union expected nothing from todayfi federal mediation the spokes City Workers Get Extended Yule Holiday Mayor Reading announc ed Tuesday that in keeping with the tradition of the municipality city hall will close at noon Christmas eve day Thursday to give Corsicana employes more time with their families during the Christmas holiday Since city hall has been clos ing all clay on Saturday for some months now it formerly was open until this will give all municipal except the police and fire departments a holiday period from noon Thursday until 8 your own Secretary of State Chrispublican and as a tian Herter and British Forsaid that his political support man said you 11 have to draw Lgn secretary Selwyn Lloyd ers are entering him in the were hardest Streets formerly secondary highways in d North Main has beon compiled and run Consumer Price advanc Family Service ed to a new Peak Salvation The November rise was less occupied by I through the Importing and AdvertlsAgency and mrtoHtan wlon metropolitan legion the trie both Community Chest agenmarked than in September and lisi of tllfi state Department of and Ewan com Dcd bv UHPublic Welfare and the missioner of Labor al but impassable until snowfamilies to be helped by ths Uic aie plow crews could get to Army this CapL school Churches re Ham Thomas said it appeared and individuals have both turnstability until next continued downtrend in Manv commuter buses were Ham Thomas said trapped tojamsof cars halted Tuesday the figure will run I7fied in nanCS of deserving fami A by fey surfaces and Piles of families or a few for inclusion on the food prices helped check the v V snow Trans had minor difficul Thia more eomprahenand in turn many citizens and Novemher rise in the The TROOPS WITHDRAWAL STARTS S Eisenhower Due Back In Capital Late Tuesday President Eisenhower 22 headed for home wind ing up the crusade for friend ship and peace in freedom which he carried to 11 Morocco sent him off after probably the most colorful of all his welcomes In Africa and The royal palace esti mated that men and women lined the route he Issue Communique King Mohammed V Joined him a communique saying American troops will begin to depart from Morocco In the im mediate future and will plete their withdrawal by The plans to give up the n fho n mrichurch orgamzat ons nave Dig laciors on me upsme were up LUC SS r Ust Ceases ta been used by Corsicana See Page 5 But It was clear the union was smaller took pains to reassure doubtful Oregon primary against his placing most of its hopes on the No Acrimony He said Democrats in the dls company by company talks Herter and Lloyd assured the trie t of Columbia also have urg which the industry side agreed other ministers that no nations ed him to enter the May 3 interests would be jeopardized presidential primary and to The industry headed lts NATO officlthat he will decide later whether Con rad m et this morning with Joseph Finne director of the Federal Mediation The labor led by steel workers Vice President Howard was closeted with Rob ert Deputy Director of the A spokesman for the service said the two sides would get to gether in a joint meeting later in the day if it seemed this would be See Page 10 ials emphasized that the issuejto do I am sure that most profes sional politicians who usually are in control of political con would suffer political Heavy winds had whipped the cies interested in the snow across a region stretching of the public to ascertain that from the Great Lakes east no one in genuine need is over through West and at the same time New Jailbreaker Kills Officer During Spree BLUE 22 A policeman was killed with a sawed off shotgun early J by what an bfficer de Some of the unionists seemed SCribed as a young halfdrunk surprised that company negojailbreaker on a robberyUidnap tiators bowed Monday to deping mands for companybycompa Shfiriff Wayne Qf ny joining Union County ran the This scrambled the slayer down and ing McDonald apparjed him at 26 miles ently hoped that by bringing East of He identified him Another will be the city sanitation de There will be no garbage col lection Christmas but crews will resume work Saturday morning where they left off Householders are ur gently requested to put out their refuse Friday night or before 7 Saturday for Trucks will not double back to collect any refuse not out at the time they pass a given it was as Roy Lee who escaped from jail at Canton a week Collins reported that Mullins had an arsenal of six a earful of stolen poods and i wad of With the sheriff was a terrified Fireworks and Christmas Aaron one See Page 5 Issue Earning On Fireworks Prices Make Farmers Cut Pig Crop 22 UP plan a sharp reduc tion of 11 per cent in the 1960 i clogged with traffic during the 22 Thai crop of intfluonced ap New York and parts of New The Atlantic Coast of New Jersey and New York got the worst of In1 New York seven inches piled up before the snow fall All arteries into the city were Soviets To Plow More Virgin Grain Acreage and for durable including new The welcome here was so The November rise in the inwarm that Elsenhower ran dex will bring pay increases to nour He de about workers who get parted at costofUving increases under ending the most extend union ed foreign trip ever under talc About meat packing on by an American workers will get an hourly wage Millions Cheer boost of one and air The 19day on which craft workers will get two the President was cheered by The other workers are In scatperhaps nine million o T in encompassed visits See LIVING Page 10 placed on the district primary Morse Growers Seek Heavy Damages On Cranberries 22 UP The National Cranberry Institute will seek federal government payments of 15 to 20 million dol lars for damages the industry persona were killed and three says it sustained through a Food injured in a twocar collision 5 and Drug Administration anmiles east of here early today morning rush knocked out some subways and others were running In Rockland the snow was 10 inches deep in See Page 10 Texas Traffic Lethal Before Holiday Start 22 Three soviet Union plans to plow apparently by a big drop In prices more millions of acres of virgin this land in the Volga Valley and Siberia to boost grain pro Tass reported Tiler The Agriculture department reporter today a survey shows a crop of head Is Dlmitry Premier o compared with the Russian Republic laigGBt producod ast of the Soviet Ration will be reflected 7 10UTrI 7 sr produce about nine million J more the Soviet news agency reported that Sovietlbring Premier who never or 1060 Comptroller Denied Reports On Foreign Aid 22 President Elsenhower again has turned down a request for administration reports on the handling or foreign aid pro The new reports Spain and as well as a Western summit meeting in The conclusion of the Presi dents farranging venture in See Page 10 Ike And Franco Agree On Firm Defense Posture tires of appealing for Increased cations because about farm opened the cent of the nations h The report has political impll 75 ORS produced in tho traditionally nouncement last at a farm road The Food and Drug AdminisThe dead were identified as trations proThanksgiving Samuel widely nouncement that some berries known physi were thought to have been concian Miss Barbara Ann taminated by a weed killer of eel heavy damage in the markethis secretary and Thelmcr ing of the 1959 and may a 40yearold negro cause losses In the I960 Who resided at consider the results of the ful of the International Coopera Uon Administration on aid 22 UP Pres in Iran and Idcnt Elsenhower and General nrc came from the man who watchisatmo Francisco Franco agreed government spending for today Western talks with tho cs government spending tor today Western tarns wun tno The plenary meeting will Republican MidWnstern corrJ CongrcaSi Joaeph Soviets and the Presidents visit rtf Mio TllCrti been 1RpOrtS Of Violn comptrollcr to Moscow next year will help for the first year of the sevenjtion in t year program and discuss the The do fillmcnt of the agricultural farmer wrote CampbclMthe cause of But they that that tho disclosure of the readded a firm defense posture1 Apartment also reported fc requested by you would should be maintained by the s years fall crop totaled hft compatible with said accident occurred about 1245 Cranberry growers are nt the intersection of ing the government for inFarm Road 2011 and Farm Colley beROad time have been synonymous of two service station attendinstitute President Orrin Colley Thc Highway Patrol said the for years and but Police ants kidnaped earlier at Wood Chief Massey warned some 70 miles to the Tuesday that under a city nance they may not be shot off Dead here from a legally but on three charge was Hobart ajcause of the unprecedented acl pcrlman was dead on ar Christmas Christmas who had stopped thetlon by Welfare Secretary rivalat Gregg Memorial Hospi young desperado for questionArthur Flamming who m Miss Haynes viated from accepted policiesLicd at drlv youngsters have been shattering I In at nearby Ellijaylof his Food and Drug division Lr of the second was killed the peaceful silence in Christwas the other kidnaped Woodand policy slgnled out the berry industry at the pnak of and Fourth of Chief Massey said funseeking mas exuberance for several days and the police department has receiver1 several He reminded the youngsters that police will have to follow up on these complaints unless the youngsters abide by the city law which spells out that firecrackers can be exploded only on the three days 22 Canadian and American scien tists shot a fourstage rocket about 560 miles into space today in a new study of radio signals from the The shot also provided a test of a comparatively low prices rocket The rocket was fired from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration station at Wal lops It was in flight about 18 minutes before plung ing into the Atlantic ocean about 600 miles Called a Jav the assembly weighed 000 pounds at including a 48pound scientific A NASA spokesman an nounced It looks like a good All stages according to initial the maximim altitude reached was just about on the nose about 560 miles The spokesman told a reporter It would be a couple of days before determine re sults of the scientific aspects of the The scientific tests were to Make measurements of radio signals given off by the sun and certain other stars and by gaseous materials in Make new tests of the solid fuel rocket motor known as the This is a rocket motor which has been used in some NASA including the It is to be the fourth stage of the Scout rocket the comparatively fourstage solid propellant de vice which has been dubbed the poor mans It will also be used in another new rocket called the Delta a deep space The X248 was the fourth stage of todays An Honest John missile and two Nike rockets made up the other A 3megacycle radio receiver was aboard the rocket to pick up the celestical radio signals Bee Page 5 See Page 10 MidJanuary Auto Insurance Hearing Fixed ef fective date of Texas new auto insjrance rates will not be post poned because of a scheduled Jai 14 public hearing on the controversial The new rate designed to reward safe drivers with low er Insurance rates and to in crease rates for accidentprone will go into effect as planned on State Insur ance Board Chairman Penn Jackson said The all negroes rld its marketing season without j with were listed giving the industry opportunity by slaU police ag Jamcs tasks of the further de velopment of crop farming and animal husbandry in the coun Tass Khrushchev is expected to give a policy speech at some time in thn which may last from two jo five Loan Granted On Suez Canal 22 The World Bank announced to day a loan equivalent to f8 12 million dollars to the Suez Canal to defend itself He made the against the ent 3rewste and i6 joc Cephus wcre not learn industry representatives from New Jersey Washington and Ore Police said Miss Bates was a passenger in the Pcrlman auto Page 11 UP The Federal Trade Commission The board must give 10 days offered a free lesson today to notice of a public hearing and students thinking of signing up suspension of the rate plan now in correspondence FTCs would create much lesson First ask a lot of ques Jackson The board set the 14 Charles Moore of the corn hearing date Monday after remissions legal staff even ceiving a letter from Grady of the better correspond Hazlewood in which the Amarence schools have grossly mia Hlo legislator criticized the represented their Hulewood requested the specSpeaking at an FTCsponsot ial He roose d decep rve sell e proposed that the board eliminate penalties for all moving traffic violations for the past three Moore do not hesitate to press the salesman for all the and T t he Is It is a good Jackson refused to comment rf that trick ia on the letter saying the board bQne misrepresentation freq should not act as the judge and t Moore The bank said it is making the In participation with nine private institutional inves for a program of improve ments to the The loan Is guaranteed by the United Arab that th an increase of 2 per the cnnl over the 1058 foil crop of Papal Message Due Wednesday I T an promptly as VATICAN 22 Pope John XXIII will deliver his annual Chrlstmns message to the world n t noon Wednes day over the Vatican Various national radio net works will bo hooked up with tho Vatican radio for the broad They will include networks of Ire Monaco and will he made later by networks In Great Brit West by Radio Fren Europe and NBC in the United The two chiefs of state after a The conference of two that in forbidding tho rehours and 20 minutes at Francos lease of the he waalpard0 Palace said their con not withholding the reports tojversotlon the prevent disclosure of any facts bonds Of cooperation between in Ho said such facts Spain nrui the United will be made available to you They Issued a Joint statement as Eisenhower took off In his big jet airliner for the last stop of his llnatlon good will His reception in Ma the next to last was the greatest ever given a foreign visitor In modern White House press secretary James Haperty quoted Eisenhower as saying ho was completely About a million Spaniards roared Viva Ike as tho Presi dent rode through Madrid with resplendent In his gen See Page 5 jury before the ii is that the salesman is associ Jackson invited anybody and with civil Service and including Hazleguarantees employment by the to attend the meeting and discuss any rates or rules they want The hearing will be in the State Highway Department Building federal He suggested prospective stu dents might ask a salesman for names of graduates who found good jobs as a result of their He said they might check at the other end also with firms they hope may em ploy them after they finish the Other appropriate he are about the college degrees held by members of the size of the plant and number of courses Moore said the FCT these days does not often encounter diploma mills but does run into exaggerations about the value of courses of at to and about resulting job opportun Stanley AFLCIO director of said sev eral unions In Alaska have re ported instances of workers be attracted there by rosy descriptions of employment op only to be disillu sioned by slim job chances and Inadequate facilities for extra The greatest complaint against See Page 7 SANTA IN hands a doll to Bev erly 2 12 as her Marie holds 1 12 after police found the Korean war bride and her two small daughters near starvation In a Fort The who understands little made H known that her husband had been gone for several days and there was no food In the She and the children hadnt eaten in two Police and a grocery store owner provided the family with food and AP Wirephoto 22 ian Rebel leaders were reported to have reshuffled their provisional govcrnmcntinexlle and named a tough military com mander as Reliable North African sources said the new cabinet would be a fiveman military government headed by Krim for mer vice premier and defense Bclkaccm is a shadowy fig ure who has been involved main ly with the military conduct of the flveycavold rebellion and rarely has met with Last year he was quoted as say ing that his men would not lay down their arms unless France recognizes Algerias independ Fcrhat moderate Pre mier of the old was re portedly named the new gov ernments official Other members of the new cabinet reportedly are Abdel Hafiz Deputy Premier an4 Minister of Omar Social Affairs Armament Minister of Youssef Ben Foreign Affairs and and A Akhdar Ben finance and All held different posts in tho rebel cabinet set up hero In Sep tcirber Recently it shifted Its headquarters to Word of the new cabinet came to sources here by cable from where the rebel leadership now is The sources said the rebels had de cided to locate the official seat of their government within Al although full cabinet meetings would be held In Trip This apparently was intended as gesture of defiance toward tha The cabinet shuf fle follows weeks of intense maneuvering toward negotia tions with the French that nev er really got See Page 5 I ;