Corsicana Daily Sun, January 9, 1959

Corsicana Daily Sun

January 09, 1959

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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - January 9, 1959, Corsicana, Texas THE WEATHER LOCAL to partly clou dy and rather cold through Saturday with low tonight In Thermometer Readings 8 9 I 10 I 11 i 12 I II 30 32 36 38 40 1 42 44 Complete Weather Bepon on Market HJHomtofthe Daily SunandSemlWwkly Momma liahtjf LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL JANUARY 1959TWELVE PAGES MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er general govern ments Cotton Lower liquidation meets limited CHICAGO Slightly lower light Lower lower with to 25 cents higher top steers steady top AP TELEMATS PRICE FIVE CENTS Ike Urges Curbed Spending To Allow Tax Cuts A A A AJT A ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft w On Filibuster TestVote T E THROGMORTON 41st Annual CC Banquet Slated Friday Another milestone In Cham ker of Commerce history in Cor will be unreeled Friday tonight when the annual banquet is beThis years banquet moves to a new setting attractive new Collins Junior High School cafeteria which has Become a focal point for dinner since its The 1958 as it s known although it always is held in January of the next year is the climax of the past years in this Glen manager ot the Coca Cola Bottling who as a final act over the gavel of office to in ANDERSONS STRICT CURB IS DEFEATED Prospects For More Favorable forces led by Senate Democratic Leader Lyn don Johnson won a testvote today in the Senate dispute over filibuster They did so by tabling at Johnsons request a backed by the Liberal antifili buster to readopt all of the old Senate rules except the one applying to curbing filibust The present rule provides for a twothirds vote of all 98 66 cut off The Liberals want the rule changed to curb debate by a simple majority or 50 Vote OneSided Johnson is willing to change the present filibuster rule to some but not as dras tically as the Liberal Johnsons move carried by a 60 to 36 Johnsons tabling motion was supported by 40 Democrats and 20 Opposing it were 22 Democrats and 15 Republi It signified that Johnsons compromise proposal on the fili buster issue probably will be ALLlinti Hungarians In Chicago Greet nurrinn o mpn If A ALLTIME Grand Jury To Check Culvert Gifts Judge Delays Hoffa Hearing During Appeal 9 UP Judge Dickinson Letts today delayed a hearing on a request of courtappoint ed monitors for broader pow ersto force a cleanup of the Teamsters He put off the hearing pend ing the outcome of as action in the Court of Appeals to re quire him to permit the union to hold a new elect and thereby get rid of he Edward Bennett at torney for the disa vowed any Teamsters connec tion with the Court of Appeals He said he will Join Martin chair man of the in asking its The Court of Appeals action was filed earlier this week by CASTRO FORCES SEEKING ARMS STOLEN BY RIVALS 9 del Castros revolutionary forces launched a delermined search oday for 500 rifles and am munition believed stolen by the rival revolulionary direclorale in a challenge to Castros au Castro himself in a twohour radio speech from Army head quarters at Camp Columbia romised to exhaust every ef orl to recover the stolen arms warned that from here out he greatest crime will be to upset the peace in His statement came as coming President Featured speaker of the ban quet will be Louie Throg vice president and di rector of public uervica of the Republic National Life Insur ance Company of Throgmorton is much m de mand as a speaker before cnic and business de livering more than 300 addresses a year over the United He is noted for his sharp wit and humor in telling one or a hundred stories and in putting See Page 10 Repaying State Returns Man To Relief Roll NEW 9 ry is something of a financial but he accepted relief checks for the past 20 years to make playing the stock 1938 a Bipartisan Support Leaders of both parties threw their weight behind Johnsons compromise proposal to require only twothirds of those present and could be as few as 34 and as many It also would let the same two thirds vote to limit debate on See Page 2 Friday Sees Freakish Snow Fall In Texas By The Associated Press Freakish snow fell for more than three hours Friday in parts of Norlh Central There was enough to whiten the ground at the village of northwest of Weather and it covered housetops at in the same and in dry flakes also fell at Mineral Wells and Palo and there were flurries at Gran Breckenridge and Mrs a Tin John Cunningham of New York and Anlhony individ and Distinti as president See Page 10 Joan Westbrook Outstanding 58 Ag Worker Joan assistant Home Demonstration was named the outstanding agricul tural worker of 1958 at the reg ular meeting of the Navarro County Ag Workers Thursday Miss Westbrook was awarded the service award by County Agent John chairman of a selection In making the Burleson Informed the group that Miss Westbrook was the first choice of every member of the selection He also lauded her outstanding service during the past Miss Westbrook is also past secretary of the Ag Twentyone including members and were on Michigan Tops States In 58 Cases Of Polio 9 Public Health Serv ce reported today that the num oer of polio cases increasec in ending a de cline that began four years ago Preliminary statistics showec cases of polio last year compared to in Bu the 1958 figure still was far be low the cases reported i 1956 when Salk vaccine wa The heailh service said 51 per cent of years cases were 34 per cent non paralytic and 15 per cent un While only 37 per cent of the 1957 cases were classed as the heailh service said part of the increase last year was due to more accurale diag nosis and reluctance of doctors lo report an illness as non paralytic polio without labora tory Michigan led all states In days newspapers were fille vith an increasing number o piclures and news stories of he rebels strong arm revolu ionary justice accusa summary man hunts and Latest reports said per sons were awaiting trial in Ha vana and anolher 262 forme to military awaiting police trial and in civilians Santiago Since shabbily dressed has been receiving monthly He has collect ed about over the In the retired hos pital orderly received welfare allowances for furni rent and medical Wilh most of the to play the frugalliving See Page 10 Top said the snow was heavier from there to the Brazos 2 miles At the tempera ture stood at 31 degrees as the snow Heavy frost chilled northern sections of the state early Fri and wlnlry temperatures extended well into southern yreezing temperatures nipped points north of a line across the state form Texarkana to College Station to Overnight lows varied from 20 at Junction See Page 2 hand for the first 1959 meeting which was held in the Green Room of Navarro John Barnes of Farm Home Administration assumed the duties as He succeeds Ross who charged Barnes and the other 1959 officers Vice President Cook and Scrctary Hart their duties as The new officers were installed at the December Barnes announced that com mittee appointments would be made in the near The Importance of the plant See AG Page 2 paralytic polio cases with Behind it were Texas with 422 and California with Other states with more than 100 paralytic were New York West Virgin New Jersey and Three Escape Jail At Dallas DALLAS Three prisoners forced two jail cm ployes into a photo darkroon early today and escaped frorr the Dallas County Sheriff Bill Decker told Th Associated Press the three men stole a butcher knife from th kitchen and used it to force twi employes of the jail bookkeeplni delail inlo the Police said the Ihree escapee were Richard 36 Glenn and Charle Lee of had been transferred here from Ihe stat 59 May Tell Communes Fate EDITORS NOTE Earnest United Press In ternational vice president and general manager for recently completed a tour of Southeast By EARNEST HOBERECHT year 1959 may be the most im portant in the history of the Chinese Communist regime since it came into It could give an or the first signs of an to the big question Is Communist China destined to be the most communized nation in the world and the most powerful nation in or is she headed for in creasingly serious trouble and perhaps exlensive revolt Despite the accomplishments of the Chinese Communist re there is evidence that some serious mistakes may have been made and she may have sown the seeds of her ultimate must wait until a number factors Nobody is predicting that Com munist China will crumble 1m Communist mistakes have accumulated Th erosion of if it al BO probably will be Rebel lion on a if it comes of Most experts agree that the nswer to Chinas immediate wap or another depends on the success or fail ure of the Peoples Commune This is a system of gov ernmentenforced collectiviza lon which even the Russians abandoned as The Communes have swallow ed up a halfbillion They mean Ihe end of virtual ly all private Hus bands and wives have private meetings only once every two The Communes have changed the whole nature of Chinese cul Chairman Mao TseTung has got to prove to the peasants that their personal economic bene fits and the countrys benefils make up for Ihe personal hard ships and the tremendous loss of personal rights and freedom Mao thus far has been able to push his program fairly success But there has been oppo and it has been strong enough to be admitled in thi controlled press of Communis In the past Red papers have admitted numerous cases of peasant Now this and new trouble have been con irmed by the allpowerful Cen Committee of the Commun penitentiary to await ttrial fo burglary and Ramsey also a Dallas was awaltin Iransfer lo Ihe slale prison an was under a Ihree year burgtor LaPlante is from Me1 Orleans bul jail authorities coul 9 Iff Les Procter said today he ill ask the grand jury Tuesday o review the Senate Investigat ng Committees report on state Jomptroller Robert The committee alleged Cal ert received about in ash from his employes since aking office in Calverl enied the but admit ed receiving about I think worth of See Page 2 Dallas Police Probing Brutal Attack On Girl 9 tried today to find why a shap ly young wife of a Marine sla on Okinawa was beaten trahgled andleft nearly deaj n a downtown office Trella Joy a londe office was in air condition early today after urgery for multiple face and iead She was found slumped on the loor of a shallow closet by an lectrician al Thurs ion in the doublodoored electri ian afler Ihey noticed blood rickling down ceiling wire con duits inlo their fifth floor Homicide Will Fritz aid the semiconscious and n had been unable lo alk to Doctors ndicated the pretty mall clerk md not been Two patrolmen said the girl was found in a halfsitting posi ion in thedoubledoored electri cal her face and should ers blood A length of flexible steel bind ng strap was twisted about her Ihe officers and her skirt and hose were Building electrican Nelson told officers thai hristmas presents bear check Procter The Initial lurpose is to see whether the aw has been violated by the solicitation of money from state employes for election cam Procter said he will call em ployes of the ilale comptroller1 ffice as witnesses next Thurs Asked if Calvert would be a Proceter said yes but not among the Calvert told Senate investlga ors Thursday he used the mon ey personally and for the bet terment of the department and not for election campaigns or or pollllcal He sale Ihe pracllce of receiving money as a Christmas gift was custom ary but he had accepted no gifts since Based on the information re ceived we are going 9 UPI Anastas Soviet Deputy arrived for a 24hour visit in Chicago today and got a signwaving greellng from a group of Hungarian freedom fighling Mikoyan came here from De where his appearances al so had been picketed and where a crowd of 500 demonstrators shouted insults Thursday nlghl and hurled eggs and The Deputy Premier and his including Soviet Ambas sador Nikhail spent no more time than was necessary at Chicagos Midway They got off the plane and Mikoyan stopped briefly on the ramp to smile and Then the parly was whisked nlo limousines and headed downtown to the Conrad Hillon who lined Ihe palhway from the ramp to a gale open ng direclly on Cicero kept the demonslralors and who numbered only about a outside the air field and along As Mikoyans car pulled out to look worthy Inlo The mailer of one of the pickets threw a sign toward his The a cardboard placard on a wooden See Page 11 Laws Requested To Cut Heavy President Asks Democrats To Accept Budget President Eisenhower invited the new Democraticcontrolled Congress today to work with him In reducing government spending to pave the way for a future tax cut yet provide a sensible longrange defense against The President in a State of the Union address delivered in person to a joint session of Con predicted that America will achieve alltime record pros perity in the coming 18 Critical of Hussia In a sweeping look at the as well as the State of the Eisenhower also sharply criticized Russia for welshing on international agree ments and twisting And he promised that the United States would stand firm behind its promise to protect the free dom of the people of West Ber His message hammered hard at the importance of economic stability and government econo We can afford everything we clearly but we cannot af ford one cent of the President We must exam my when he pulled the girl from the closet that the metal strap Page 10 Want Military Code Changed 9 The Defense Department wants commanding officers to be able to crack down fast on their men for minor without holding It Is ask ing Congress to make this legal Expansion of punishments is one of the key proposals in a list of revisions largely the depart ment recommends in the Code Algeria Again Plagues France Under DeGaulle 9 UPI Charles de Frances pres ident for barely 24 found himself confronted today by a new upsurge of trouble in striff torn The news that one of the big gest battles of the fouryear old war Is raging In the Kabyle mountains of East Central Al geria spread worry among the more than families who have contributed men to Trances army in the big over sens Reports from Algiers said French troops killed more than 300 Arabs in handtohand hill fighting French unmentioned in the offi cial were presumed to liave been De Gaulle has dedicated him qolf to a policy of negotiating for peace with the Arabs who am fighting France In but so far the refugee govern See Page 10 CHAIN LOAD RECORD GALVESTON A new su pertanker was scheduled to sail from here today with what au thorities said was the largest grain cargo ever shipped from a United States The big 9 UPI Eisenhower told a joint session of Congress today he wanted sweeping new farm legislalion to cut Ihe governi mcnls six billion dollar yearly outlay lo support agriculture He said In his slate of the Union address that the govern ment gladly would fork out this amount temporarily if It were leading to a sound solution of the nations farm But unfortunalcly that Is not he We need new He promised to spell out his specific proposals In a separate The aim of the new farm the President should be to make more effective use of the large federal expendi tures for agriculture and lo See FARM Page 10 Oil Price War Held Inevitable ship is Falcon the registered in Olympic Panama to the Onassis shipping inter esls and under charier to the Bunge of New She carry bushels ot st Official Chinese Communist reports have described the Red soldiers on the Fukien op posite as undergoing deological retraining after expressed anger and bit erness following the receipt of letlers from their parents who wrote complain about the Commune The most recent revolt against the Communes came in the Commune opposite the Por tuguese Colony of Macao and in full view of persons who could watch the execution of those Chinese who were creating un rest in Lappas Wanchai Com Moscow radio reported the liquidation of what it called an AmericanChiang Kaishek spy and sabotage ring in Kwang lung Province which Includes Lappa There have been revolts in Ti bet and other outbreaks have been reported in the Sinkiang Autonomous The Communists openly admit Page 10 ine every item of governmental expense To do other wise would betray our nations Spenders Eisenhower thus the oppositiondominated Con many of whose new mem bers he has branded as big See Page I Tough Labor Reform Effort Is Requested Elsenhower asked Congress today for a fourpart labor reform aimed partly against union cor ruption uncovered by the Sen ale Rackets Halfhearted measures will not the President said In his State of the Union Elsenhower said the Rackets hearings pointed up the need for effective federal legisla tion to protect the public inter est and to Insure the rlghls and economic freedoms of millions of American TWO Don Kin of the Texas Turkey holds a gobbler weighing 56Mi The owned by Thomp son Hatchery of was the winner of the heaviest turkey contest at the National Turkey Federation convention at Des The contest re sulted from a challenge Issued to other governors by Iowa Gov ernor Herschel AP Wirephoto Ital ian oil czar Enrico Mattel says Western oilmen should join forc es to soften the impact of what he regards as an inevitable price war with the Communist who heads the Nation alized Eni Oil suggest ed specifically in a speech Thurs day night that big Western oil firms should abandon what he snys is their practice of keeping prices up to make produc tion At the same he said the hearings indicated room tot improved local law The President said the com millees disclosures of corrup racketeering and abuse of trust and power In laborman agement affairs have aroused America and amazed other peo He said ho was disap pointed that Congress did not approve a labor reform bill last The chief executive said he See Page 2 Treasury Must Borrow More Than Expected Treasury offered today lo sell in new govern ment about more than had been ex The Treasury Bald the ad ditional cash was needed lo off set an unexpected 250million dollar drain for farm price sup port programs and to if another major trip to the money markel before See Page 10 Stranger Kills Fort Worth Man FORT Earl was fatally stabbed at his home early today by a stranger who attacked him as ho cooked Before a truck verified to police his wifes account about a man who forced his way into their home and plunged a weapon into the center of his chest without say ing a Walker died five minutes aft er reaching a The victims Roger was asleep at the time of the bill told po lice he saw the intruder run from the Demos Admit Economy Need 9 UPI Elsenhower appeal ed to the new heavilyDemo cratic Congress today to join him In a government economy drive that could make possible future tax cut but still pro vide a slrong defense against His economy plea drew cheers from the greallyreduced Re publican ranks of the 86th Con gress and endorsements with reservations from many of whom Eisenhower la beled as big spenders in the November elecllon Speaker Sam Rayburn said he cerlainly concurred in the need for economy but thai spending would not be reducec he Presidents speech a mes age of He said he confident Republicans vould back the Presidents roals and that he trusted the Democratic majority would co al the expense Senate Democratic of essentla OF debris Is all that remains of a fourroom frame house where 16 their lives in a at It was Ok lahomas sceond worst fire disaster in the num ber Booker 10 of her chil dren and five nieces and nephews perished in the AP Wirephoto Leader Lyndon Johnson said tho Presidents hopes for a bal anced budget remain to be proved and that congressiona efforts will be not only to balance the fiscal books of the but to balance the book of our public trust as House Republican Leade Charles Halleck calle Republicans began Iritroduc ng legislalion lo carry out some ot the specific proposals Elsenhower One of his economy suggestions that he be allowed to veto specific terns In appropriations bills without killing the whole mead cosponsored by Soulhern Democrat and strong economy advocate chairman Harry Byrd of the Sen ate finance In delivering his address El senhower spoke slowly dellber alely and slernly especially when warning of inflation dan He drew heavy applaus when he pledged to protect th dollars purchasing power wher he rellerated this country pledge to prolect West Berlli from Communist domination a all costs and when he calle for a lough law to curb labo union Eisenhower smiled only once Bill On Hawaii Given Senate A bill to make Hawaii the 50th state was Introduced in tha he deparled from his pre ared text to say the request d authorily lo velo individual In approprialiona bills NHS most important Senate It was introduced by James Murray chairman of the Insular Affairs More than 50 other senators cosponsored the meas Presidenl Eisenhower slarled off his State of the Union mes sage to Congress today with an plea for Informal statehood OLDEST DOCTOR DIES 9 Jose Amo Spains oldest died today at the age of He re mained active in his profession until he was ;