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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - January 8, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER FORECAST Clear to partly cloudy through Friday a little colder this afternoon and tonight with low near Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 39 41 43 44 45 47 49 Complete Weather Report on Market the Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Mornind LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS SECTIONS MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er advance gov ernments com mission house CHICAGO Wheat Higher late scat tered Oats with to 25 cents lower top steers steady to 25 cents higher top 184 PRICE FIVE CENTS Senators Face Significant Vote On Filibusters ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Mikoyan Dodges Demonstrators At Detroit PABADERS DENIED VIEW OF VISITOR President Asks Courtesy For Russian Guest S UPI Russian Deputy Premier Anas tas Mikoyan out flanked a group of antiSoviet pickets on his arrival by plane today and immediately launched into a whirlwind tour of the motor citys A group of about 50 placard carrying pickets waiting for Mi koyan at Willow Run airport left without even a glimpse of the Soviet deputy premier and his party of So viet Crowds Avoided The pickets paraded in a parking lot adjacent to the ad ministration building at Willow hoping to demonstrate as Mikoyan and his party left the airport by But as soon as the Mikoyan plane touched it rolled to a giant hangar at the north end of the where Mikoyan and his party emerged and directly into the After a brief empha sizing peace to a gathering of the Soviets en tered three automobiles inside the swept out onto the skirt of the around the hangar and to a road leading to the expressway to The pickets parading in the See Page 7 Broker Reveals Steel Dealing With Russians NEW New York export broker con firmed today that he is shipping tons of American automo tive steel to the Soviet Union in exchange lor tons of Soviet chromium Ara president of GreyGary said he had ob tained the coldrolled sheet steel from Republic Steel of He said this is the first major ship of American steel to the Soviet Union in sev eral The steel is being shipped via the Port of Nova the New York broker and the chromium ore from Russia be delivered at Newport and Oztemel declined to identify the firm firms to whom the ore is being Chromium is used in the manufacture of stainless and other alloy The Russians intend to use the American steel the manu facture of automobile Oztemel His iirm plans to make further shipments to the Soviet Union from Republic and other he Oztemel said his firm has been licensed by various govern ment agencies to ship steel to the Soviet He said chromium ore is the only Soviet product being brought War Crimes Trials Speedy In Cuba PRESIDENTIAL SLEDGE Cubas President Manuel Urru tia waves enthusiastically as he explains his new government policies during a visit to the University of Urrutia told the students the Cuban peo ple be the sovereign power and pledged an honest AP Wirephoto McKinney Quits Presidency Of Cancer Society President McKinney Thursday announced his resigna tion as head of the Navarro County Cancer Society in a let ter addressed to Edgar Ritters district 12 President Director Gary and Fred had attended the annual District 12 meeting Wednesday in At the district meeting of the 17 Central Texas Rit tersbacher was reelected to his third oneyear term as one of three Also renamed a director was Nathan Cedars of and John Spencer of Waco was elect ed a director succeeding Bruce Duncan of See Page 10 Cant Marry 8 I am engaged and am expect ing a a girl wrote today in the East German Communist newspaper Young World My fiance wants to get mar Is that since I am under 18 answered the newspapers legal There is no exception to the law that young people under 18 may not he 8 UPI Fidel 32yearold rebel leader who ousted dictator Fulgencio Batista in a gruel ing twoyear entered Havana in triumph today at to the salute ol booming pealing church bells and the cheers of hun dreds of By LABBY ALLEN 8 Speedy war crimes trials for followers of fallen Dictator Ful gencio Batista have begun in Fifteen military offi cers already have been execut Provisional President Manuel Urrutia said thousands of per sons will be tried by revolution ary courts in the same man ner as war criminals were tried in They will be charged with crimes against the Cuban Some of the accused still arc being Urrutia told a news conference Wednesday At least persons have been reported arrested since Batista fled to the Domin ican Republic a week ago and victorious rebel leader Fidel Castro proclaimed Urrutia as provisional See Page 7 Budget Leak Starts Capital Investigation Department investigators tried to find out today how a limestone industry executive got advance informa tion on a key farm statistic in President Eisenhowers stillse cret Robert president of the National Agricultural Lime stone said recently he had learned that the Presidents message would propose 100 mil lion dollars for agricultural con servation studies in While the President said re cently that his spending budget would total about 77 billion dol no details are made public until the budget is sent to Con gress this Kochs statement upset budget bureau Government officials are not supposed to discuss budget figures in advance except with other government But somebody apparently talk See Page f Opposes Raise 8 Buford Ellington turned down a proposed salary increase today and said he is asking his friends in the Legis lature to oppose such a mea A bill introduced Tuesday would raise the governors sal ary from a year to It would become effective the day Ellington takes He is a DeGaulle Names Debre Premier Charles de Gaulle became today the first President of the Fifth French Republic and Michel Debre as In taking the oath of De Gaulle declared that during his sevenyear term he if need impose what the public good Debre is an ardent National a longtime and chief architect of the new con stitution establish ing the Fifth who will be 47 in a was justice minister in De Gaulles interim Naming Debre was De Gaulles first major act after he assum ed the presidency of the repub lic shortly after De Gaulle rode triumphantly down the Champs then returned to his Elysee palace and sum moned Debre a lawyer and adminis trative will share ex ecutive duties with De The new constitution gives most effective power to the The constitution provides that the president name the There is no as pre for the National Assem bly to confirm him in Cries of Vive de Gaulle came from thousands lining the broad Champs Elysees as he drove up the avenue in an open car after taking The 68 yearold wartime Free French leader stood stiff and erect despite a brisk wind and nippy 42degree At the Arch of Triumph De Gauile and retiring President Rene Coty symbolically rekind led the eternal flame that marks the tomb of the Unknown Sol The first among Frenchmen is henceforth firstranking man in intoned outgoing President Rene A 21gun salute boomebdacross the Seine as diminutive Georges Catroux reached up to hang the gold necklace of of fice around the neck of his tow ering World War II comrade and The brief ceremony in the presidential Elysee Palace mark ed the end of the largely figure head role which French presi dents had filled under the Fourth The new con stitution De Gaulle rammed through last summer converted the office into one of real pow er along the lines of the the 76yearold outgoing chief of told his solemnfaced successor The people of so di vided on the have found around you their profound uni ty De Gaulles elevation ended seven months and a week as premier during which he be came the undisputed leader of his as he had been at the end of World War During those crowded months he quelled the rebellion of colo nists in Algeria that had brought him back to revised the governmental structure of laid the foundation for new relations between France and her overseas territories launched a tough program of economic saw elected a new National Assembly with a large majority pledged to sup port him and won the presiden cy of the new Fifth Republic by an overwhelming GALE LEAVES SNOW OSLO UP Officials today counted at least 6 dead and 40 fishing boats sunk or damaged after a twoday storm along Norways north Flnmark One fishing boat was still The gale ended Wed nesday but continuing snow cut visibility to 100 CANADA GROWING Canadas population rose by during the first 11 months of 1958 to it was announced today by the Dominion Bureau of 16 Killed In Oklahoma Home Blaze 2 Men Captured After Robbing Chester Bank 8 Two bareheaded men held up the Chester State Bank of today but ran into a roadblock 60 miles south and were cap Stale police said the pair put up no resistance in the multi law agency The State officers said all the loot was found on the The captured men indentified themselves to state police as Claude Houston steel and William Lee a also of They told police they took the wrong turn in escaping and went to Kirbyville in Jasper County and then headed back toward The car they drove was stolen in Houston Wednesday See Page 7 Steelworkers Head Hopeful About Contract president of the AFLCIO Unit ed Steel work era of America says he hopes an agreement will be reached on a new con tract with the basic steel indus try without causing a shutdown of David comment ing Wednesday on predictions of a possible shutdown in the basic steel Industry next sum if there is a closing of It will be the Industry that causes We certainly do not want to have a McDonald told He said the steel industry press has predicted as inevitable a strike by the Steelworkers to See Page 10 Jackson Gives Hawaii Boost 8 Henry Jackson predicted today that the new 86th Congress will grant Statehood to chairman of an in terior subcommittee on territor said Alaskan stetehood paved the way for Hawaii and the makeup of the new Con gress strengthens the He said ho would join in spon soring a Hawaii Statehood bill identical to the one approved by the committee last He said hearings on the measure should he relatively brief he cause the facts are weilestab NEW COLLINS JUNIOR HIGH ANNUAL CC BANQUET SITE New Collins Junior High School cafeteria will offer a modern setting for the forty first annual Chamber of Com merce banquet Friday at when the widely known Louie Throgmorton of Dallas will be guest Program details and commit tees responsible for the ban quets preparation were announc ed Wolens Toastmasler Retiring President Glen Thompson will call the meet ing to order and present Jay Marvin Wolens as toast master for the The in vocation will be pronounced by Gaither pastor of Dulles Intends To Maintain Full Schedule 8 UPI Administration sources said today that Secretary of State John Foster Dulles intends to maintain hisvigorous work ing schedule despite expressions of conoTii its Them n fculfnjr in some quarters that Uio 70yoar cabinet member should ease up a bit in view of his age and two recent But Ieliable sources said that President Elsenhower had no plans to ask Dulles to sin The to fee his ue miserable if forced to adopt a reduced the sources add Elsenhower has been assured by physicians that there was nothing of a serious nature in See pogcTlo Formhy Ending Road Activity Mnr shall Formby chairman of the Texas Highway said today he will not bo a candidate for reappointment to the com of has said he would run for governor in He said in view of the fact he has made definite plans for 1960 hn did not feel he was in a position to be re In a telegram to Price Daniel the chairman said my six years as highway commis sioner have been happy and In teresting Thank you for the splendid cooperation the Highway has re ceived from your administra tion in building bettor nml saf er highways for our Texas citi North Corsicana Methodist President Thompson will In troduce guests at the head ta bles and the officers and direc tors of the Manager Dick Knight will introduce out oftown guests who are register ed in advance with the Cham ber Special guests being recogniz ed again this year as a part of the movement to make the com munitys youth more cognizant of the Chamber and Its efforts in behalf of Corsicana will be the class officers of Corsicana High School Navarro Jun ior College and their respective dates for the To Award Plaque The top membership plaque1 will be awarded to the sales man who sold the most Cham ber memberships during 1958 as a special feature prior to Page 10 All Utilities Report Gains GalM all JYlllties in 1C5S pointed up a growth of Corsieana as previous ly indicated by the 140 new home in the city during the year just A yearend survey compiled by the Daily Sun today notes the increases as reported by tho various Registering the largest gain in 1958 was Southwestern Bell Telephone company with 358 now service Man ager Phil Wicdemann that the telephone company had telephone station installa tions as of 1958 and OT4 on 1959 for a gain of Following closely behind was the Corsicana water department which recorded 250 new water meter connections for the Page 10 Reds Adamant On Tests Ban 8 UPI The United Stales and Britain stood firm today in the face of a stiffening Soviet attitude toward nuclear test ban con Chief Soviet delegate Sera yon Tsarapkin was reported ready to press his demand that both sides agree to halt test explosions He demand ed Wednesday that this issue bo settled now before other matters arc but fi nally cased his position after throe hours of Believe Space Predictions African Hoax Toss Says Rocket Orbits Sun 8 Russias moon rocket whirled silently through the second day of its solar orbit and Western scientisls pondered whether a bold new Soviet space prediction might be just a newspaper The rocket was firmly estab lished as Ihe 10th planet of the late Wednes day night when it was miles from It had trav eled nearly nine million miles through The distance from the earth was increasing at terrific acording to the official Soviet news agency Western experts studied a report from Cape South quoting an alleged newspaper interview by telephone with Soviet Scientist Anatoly Space Expert Kenneth Gat vice chairman of the British Interplanetary said bluntly that he was quite sure Blagonravov has not made any statement of this Its entirely out of character with the man we know him lo head of the technical sciences department of the USSR Academy of Sci was reported to have made some unusually specific predicitions in a phone conver sation with the newspaper Land stem in a newspaper pub lished in the Afrikaans lan guage for readers in South Af said Blagonravov predict ed the end of the the Soviet Union would attempt to land a scientist on the moon and bring him back to an attempt would be made to land an unmanned space ship on manned space flights would be sent to both Venus and In Blagonravov was quoted as saying that the first Soviet scientist to go into space would be 30yearold bachelor Ivan who weighs 180 pounds and Is six feet two inches i Our Blagonravov was quoted as saying is to estab lish a new Russia on Venus and It is no secret that the nation that controls space also controls the There was no confirmation from Moscow that Blagonravov had made any such Western observers pointed out lhal Soviet scientists often make predictions on future ac but they are always general predictions and do not include any specific deadline such as the months mentioned in Ihe alleged stale ments by The newspaper quoted Bla ponravov as warning It is no secret that the na lion which controls space con trols Ihn and while Rus sia wants peace she also wants to he able to demonstrate her There are still tremendous problems to be solved before man lands on the moon or on the and no one can See Page 10 8 UP 15 of them children or died here loday in a roaring fire in a fourroom wooden All were All the bodies except that of one child were piled on and around a bed in a rear room which had no outside Apparently someone success fully pushed tho one child out a window before But the effort was in for the child was The victims were Ara 38 her 10 children three orphaned nieces and Iwo visiling nephews from Ok lahoma Booker the was away Almost in shock and his face Gardner cried over and over My my my He walked about apparently unable to compre hend Immediately the disaster which struck his He said that when he started home from his hunting trip be fore dawn this I feel sorta Hunted All Night He received the news at the farm home of Vernon who drove him to the disaster Gardner tpld Tony re See Page 10 CubanBomber Unchallenged By Air Force DAYTONA 8 armed B26 Cuban bomber flew within striking distance of the missile test cen ler on Cape Canaveral to land here New Years Day and never was challenged by Air De the Daytona Beach Morn ing Journal said Apparently the AI r Force doesnt believe the enemy would bomb the Ihe newspaper quolnd a federal aviation The Pentagon In Washington began checking the tb paper Two Ci mn Air Force men fleeing af the downfall of President Fulgcncio Batistas Rovernmen landed the piano g They tola the Morning Jour nal they flew into the United States without a flight plan made no rulio contact during the 300mile trip up the coast until they called the lower at Daytona Beach Municipal Air for lamiing They snlri ihey knew how to fly the appar cnlly Ihe aulhorized route up the East First Chester public director at See Page 10 WHATS A BIRTHDAY WITH OUT A Sam flashes a big as he poses with a birthday Tha office who presented Iho cako lold Sam the three candles stand for happy good luck and one to grow AP Wirephoto Charge Calvert Accepts Honey From Employes 8 W The Senate Investigating Committee today charged that Stato Comp troller Robert Calvert has re ceived an estimated from his employes since Calvert said the money was not solicited and came in the form of Christmas not as political The testimony broke the often repetitious hearing by the committee looking into the ways to improve the states major tax collection The money did not go for political Calvert I paid my own filing I used the money for my personal use and for the good of the de Calvert said he himself had contributed to such Christmas funds for 19 years prior to be coming comptroller in At See Page 7 BOTH SIDES DUE CHANCE AT DECISION Johnson Forcing Early Test Vote On Rules Dispute WASHINGTON Senate cleared the way loday for the first significant test vote on the issue of amend ing its rules dealing with fili The vote probably will come late It will center on a motion by Democratic leader Lyndon Johnson Johnson said he would allow both sides In the dispute time for debate and then call for the test vote late today or early this evening between 4 and 6 Rules At Stako At Issue in the which broke out as soon as the Senate convened for its new session Is a demand by a Liberal bloc that the rules be revised to make It easier to halt Johnson will force the test vote by moving to table a reso lution sponsored by Clin ton Anderson that would in effect allow tho Senate to adopt new rules rather than carry over the old ones from sessipn to A motion to table means an Immediate vote must be It Is not Indication Due The vote was expected to give a clear indication of what the Senate will eventually do on the filibuster Those advocating curbes on filibusters argua that past Southerners hava been able to bloccivil rights and other Seo Page 7 Scars Remain Alter Martin House Defeat senators emerged today from their leadership contest without visible scars but bitterness threatened to linger indefinitely among GOP House Supporters of the deposed Re publican leader Joseph Mar tin read all sorts of meanings into his defeat two days ago by Charles They professed to see evidence that Vice President Richard Nix on and Thomns twlca the GOP presidential had played a part in Martins The White House explicitly denied Martins assertion that three White House aides but not President Eisenhower had worked for Robert Wilson R a friend of said II was mere coincidence that Nixons friends in the Houae were on the Halleck bandwa He said Ihey wanted a Sen Page 7 Ike Plans Program Fight WASHINGTON 8 UPI mapped a campaign today to go over the head of the heavilyDemo ratic Congress sell his legis lative program oreclly to the American A top White House official disclosed that the chief execu tive was making arrangements to stump for his proposals through radio press public speak ing appearances i nd personal No dates have been Elsenhosver discu his cam paign at an unannounced White House meeting Mr nday night ilh Vice President Richard Republican National Chairman Meade assist ant GOP Chairman Clare Williams and The President will outline his legislative program formally in a series of to the HOUHC and H will de liver the his Stece of the Union to a joint ses sion of Congress But the White Houre official indicated Eisenhower planned to go beyond this usual prac tice with his appealtothepeo One of the chief themes the President will plug appar ently will be his drive to curb government spending In the coming fiscal year with a bal anced budget of 77 billion dol When asked about the cam While House Press Sec relary James Hagerty No decisions have been reach ed but the President naturally wants to get Ihe story of his program out to the American people through all not just Eisenhower has been discuss ing with various administration figures the need for a stepped up campaign to sell his pro grams since the Republicans were badly beaten in the No vember The President staged a simi lar but smaller appeal last year n an effort to xvin support for his plan to reorganize the de fense In that cam paign he spoke on the subject at every talked privately with influential citi Kens outside the government and wrote dozens of personal The State of the Union re port will be followed on 19 by the Presidents budget White House already has announced that Elsenhower will submit a balanced budget call ing for upending about 77 bil lion dollars In the fiscal year starting July That Is near ly three billion dollars less than estimated spending in the cur rent The White House announced today that the third major ad ministration message to Con tho Presidents annal economic will go to th8 Capitol The suggestion that Eisen hower may make a series of televised talks reflects an ad ministration recognition that it probably will take a hard fight to hold spending to the level he KEEP NAME SECRET 8 today kept secret the name of the officer who tag god a car for overtime parking in the Municipal Parking Lot The vehicle had been reported stolen since Mon day TITO VISITS IIUIUIA Tito of Yugo slavia arrived here today on his second visit to He will hold talks with Premier Ne Win during his twoday Tito leaves Saturday lor   

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