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Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - January 19, 1959, Long Beach, California IKE SUBMITS S77 BUDGET Urges Gas Levy New Postal Rate Raise The Fintit Evening Nerctpaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., MONDAY, JANUARY 26 PAGES Vol. 304 PRICE 10 CENTS CLASSIFIED HE 2-5959 TELEPHONE HE 5-1161 HOME EDITION (Six Editions Daily) THIS CHART from the Bureau of the Budget of the tax dollar for the 1960 .'estimatedsources and High Lights of Budget By thB Aiaociatdi Press WASHINGTON passages from President Eisen- hower's budget message for fiscal I860, the government your starting next July I PROSPERITY AHEAD are now entering a perlo< ok national prosperity and high 1959 Income Outeo.......... Year-end 1960 Va. Tribunal Kills School Segregation U.S. Court Also Rules Out Norfolk Closure Statute RICHMOND, Va. (AP) The Virginia Supreme Court today struck down the state's statutes against racial integration which have closed nine schools in Norfolk, Charlottesville and Warren County. The state court's action was disclosed after a three-judge federal court in Norfolk threw out the closure law which has displaced some secondary school pupils in the big port employment. BUDGET POLICIES This budget proposes to in- crease our military effective- ness, to enhance domestic well- being, to help friendly-nations 1o foster their development, to preserve fiscal, soundness, and to encourage ecoriomlc growth and-stability means deficit; Y means surplus. By FRANK CORMIER WASHINGTON Eisenhower today sent Congress a 77-billion-dollar budget forecasting a spending cut of nearly four billion dollars and a pre- carious surplus of 70 millions. He called it "a confident budget" that assumes a surge of prosperity. Eisenhower said the budget aims to restrain infla- tionary forces that "cheapen our money and erode our savings.'" He also said it paves the way for a tax cut 'in the reasonably foreseeable future." No tax cuts were proposed 'or the present. In fact, to .dp achieve the first balanced And IN BALANCE it clearly shows that these things can be done within it Is a balanced Fisca 1960 77. 0.1 budget in three years, .the our incoriie budget. TIIE FIGURES (In Billions) Fiscal 1959 Receipts .......5680 Expenditures 80-9 Deficit 12-9 Surplus APPEAL TO CONGRESS Th'e budget .is proposed by the President, but it is acted upon by .the Congress achievement of the plan set forth in this budget from here on-depends upon congressional response, popular support, ami developments in our economy and. the world. TAX HOPES With a balance in our finan- ces'in I960, we can look for- wafd to tax reduction in the reasonably foreseeable future I RISIN.G DEBT It will be necessary to re President is asking Congress :o boost postal rates and gaso- ine taxes. He also wants some :ax loopholes plugged.: Any. added postal revenues and proceeds, from loophole plugging would increase budge! receipts. Gas tax money wpulc go Into a separate trust f unc which, Eisenhower said, would otherwise have to be replen- ished out of the budget. Eisenhower said his fisca (Continued on Page A-4, Col. I Helicopter Wreck Seen; Carried 4 HOLLTSTER of a 21-passenger Fort Ore Army helicopter, missin since Saturday with four me aboard, was spotted today be tween Los Banos and Holliste There was no immediate wor oh-the fate of me four men. San Benito County she: jff's office said the wrcckat was four miles south of th Pacheco Pass summit roai about 100 miles southeast i San Francisco. THE FOUR MEtf were fly ing a H21 helicopter which van ishcd Saturday during a r turn trip from Stockton Fort Ord. The pilot was Warrant Off cer David P. Hestor, 33, whos wife, Mabel, and four daughtc live near Fort Ord. The co-pilot was Warra Officer Junior W. Hunter, 3. IHs wife, Nita, anfl their tw children live at San Jo; Names of the other two we not available. blueprint, for all its emphasis on economy, promises to "in Tease our military effective !S." The budget calls fo k i n g Defense Departmen litary spending by 145 mil n dollars but projects a cu 462 millions in arms aid t ome instances. 'In this case it.is ie declared. Although Castro avoided say- ng on the program when the Havana trials would get under .vay, he said they would ba conducted under a military code and open to the public. "I want everyone to see he declared. Some members of revo- lutionary groups gathered in Havana's Central Park Sunday night. Women farm workers carried banners reading: "Let the Executions Continue." Storms Fatal to 12 in New York State ALBANY, N. Y. weather took 32'Jives in New York state over the weekend. Several persons died of heart attacks while shoveling snow. Others were killed in accidents on Icy highways. Hunt for Missing Boy, 3, Continues LEBANON, Mo. ,-aning hope, a massive search for a farmer's 3-year-old son continued in a hilly, densely wooded area today. If he is alive, Willard Eugene Jones Jr. had to survive Satur-. day's 19-dcgree temperatures. Another cold wave is expected fo hit this Ozatk Mountain re- gion today,
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