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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - January 13, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Mostly cloudy through Wednesday with some scattered light rain or Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 60 62 65 67 69 71 72 OompJet0 VPearher Report oo Markel BJHameof the Daily Sun and SemiWetkly Mornino Liithtff LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL PAGES MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW er most chances gov ernments trading quiet CHICAGO export buying nearby scattered Oats Irregular light trade to 25 cents higher top steers 25 cents higher to 25 lower top AP TELEMATS 188 PRICE FIVE CENTS 56th Texas Legislature Opens With House Due 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 Dulles Tags Red German Treaty Plans Stupid INSTRUMENT CONTAINER RUSSIA COSMIC Shown on a wagon stand is the instrument container of the Soviet cosmic rocket with scientific and measurement ac cording to the caption accompanying the photo from AP Wirephoto via radio from Moscow Johnson Victor 13 The Senate has changed its rule governing but the argu ment continued today over how big a step it had taken toward curbing No gain at commented Jacob Javits KeepL imousine 13 UPI Joseph Mar tin ousted as GOP House will be able to keep his chauffeurdriv en after The House Monday speedily approved a resolution to that It was sponsored by Demo cratic Leader John Mc Cormack and supported by the new GOP Charles Halleck who defeated Martin in a contest for the leadership last The action came as friends of Martin were reported about ready to organize a campaign for private contributions to finance a limousine for Martin Friends said Martin was touched by the gesture and felt it would be ungracious to spurn the new GOP Lead hasnt yet received his limousine but aides said he probably would receive it one of a group of Northern and Western senators who had fought to make it easier to throttle filibusters against civil rights bills and other A soothing syrup to lull the conscience of was the assessment of Paul Douglas one the leaders of the bipartisan fight for a rules Some Southern senators pro tested that the too But an overwhelming major ity of the Senate for the new rule to allow twothirds of the senators present and vot See Page 8 Atlas Expected To Die Shortly 13 at the Smithson ian Astrophysical Observatory estimate that Americas biggest will plunge in flames The scientists said that the 4 12 ton artificial moon will burn and disintegrate when 30 to 50 miles aloft in its George Veis said the sat launched will have made about 500 trips around the world before it ex WOULD RISK WAR START IN EUROPE Guarantees On Reich Militarism Are Available 13 UPI Secretary of State John Foster Dulles today brand ed as brutal and stupid the Russian proposals for a Ger man peace He said they would run the risk of plunging Europe into a new Dulles told a news conference hat the United States was pre mred to guarantee Russia against the possibility of re surgent German Militarism if Germany were reunified under free Neutrality Unrealistic he the Russian de mand for a neutralized and de militarized Germany is worse than brutal it is stupid and un realistic because it eventually might lead the Germans to try to play the East against the West and thereby again shatter world peace as it did in 1914 and Dulles said he and other officials are not engaged in any specific negotiations with visit ing Soviet Deputy Premier Anastas But he add that he hopes each side is getting a better understanding of what is really in the mind of Page 7 Gas Company Asks Provision For More Hikes 13 P Lone Star Gas transmission op eration costs have increased per the Texas Rail road Commission was told Mon Company Comptroller Howard Yonkers of Dallas was a key witness as Lone Star presented ts case in seeking to boost the natural gas price to its own distributing companies in 308 Texas The price hike eventually would be passed on to com merical and household con Yonkers said per cent In crease was from 1943 to Bringing about the overall cost boost were major jumps in con struction of up 85 jer and up 70 per Lone Star Is asking authority to increase immediately its rates from 30 cents a thousand cubic feet to 40 cents the irice it was charging in Director Mclntosh1 of the Railroad Commissions gas utili ies division presided at the learing which is expected to end late today or early Wednes Mclntosk said a delay vould be granted after the company presents its evidence o allow cities and other groups ime to study Lone Stars Besides the immediate Lone Star wants authority for automatic increases or de creases in rates the price See GAS Page 7 GOP Told Budget Will Leave Surplus Castro Forces Suddenly Halt Trials Orders from the rebel army com mand in Havana called a sud den halt today to war crimes trials and executions in Colon Matanzas There was speculation the rebels might be slowing the pace of their bloody reprisal campaign fol lowers of ousted President Ful encio Reports reaching here salt that 84 persons have been sen tenced and executed in Santia go De Cuba with the is landwide total nearly 200 since Julio rebei army commander in sale See Page 7 Calverl Gills To Grand Jury chief counsel of the Senate Investigating Committee and Les Procter plan ned to talk today on the grand jurys probe of the state comp trailers Later Procter will brief the grand jury on the law and the The district at torney said the grand jury wil look for violations of the elec tion Senate investigators last week alleged Comptroller Robert S Calvert received about in cash from his employes since Calvert said lt was abuu and none of it was for political The committee also uncoverec that was raised through Calverts employes for his paign this Calvert did nol report any expenditures or gifts on his expenditure statemen filed with the sceretary of state Witnesses will be subpoenaec to appear before the grand jury Top Criminal Gets Jail Term NEW YORK Irving listed by authorities is a top has been sentenced to 30 days in jell and fined for failure to register as an It is the first jail sentence ever imposed on 62 onetime political friend of ex Mayor William has een ordered but Hun jary has refused to accept iie was ordered to surrendet Wednesday to begin serving his THWART FOOD RIOTS NEW DELHI IPt Emer ency government action today ended the danger of food riots n New The government opened shops selling American wheat and flour at subsidized rices after week of rices on the open vhich had climbed 25 per cent n a promptly New York Next Stop For Mikoyan LOS 13 UPI Deputy Premier An astas Mikoyan left Interna tional Airport in a heavy over cast today for a crosscountry hop to New York as he con tinues goodwill tour of the United The Russian official planned a brief stay in New York City before returning to Washington for talks with President Eisen hower A 12car motorcade escorted by 15 motorcycle officers and led by a squad car flashing a red light took Mikoyan and his party to the airport where he boarded the United Air Lines DC7 Mainliner Boston for the eastern is due at Idlewild About 50 The party Airport at composed of newsmen and State Department security agents gathered at planeside as Miko pan got aboard after waving briefly to the The takeoff was delayed nearly a halfhour while the airlines filled seats not used by he deputy premiers party with regular The plane finally took off at There were no demonstrain the was said by hisjand Italianborn actress Sophia tions either at the hotel or the the His 40hour Los Angeles unlike other stops in his United States quickie was comparatively incident Mikoyan traded clowning ca pers on a Hollywood move with Comedian Jerry Lewis Monday and topped his success ful threeday visit here by ap pearing as a guest on a local television His visit to Los Angeles was unmarred by public demonstra tions that punctuated his stays in Chicago and San interpreter to have enjoyed watching himself On Mikoyan completed his busy day which included a tour of a luncheon meeting with prominent businessmen and ed ucators and a visit to Para mount studios by taking a walk around the grounds of his hotel shortly before retiring to his suite about the glib Russian of ficial clowned with Jerry Lewis on the set of the comedians latest and even planted a firm kiss in the European style On Lewis Mikoyan seemed to want to As far as we are meet all the beautiful starlets Mikoyan told interviewer Paul we do not want a war over but it depends on the other side to keep the Asked whether he thought the America people want Mikoyan replied Judging by people Ive seen I can say the American peo ple want In Ive Lhe best impression of Ameri who watched a broadcast of the filmed inter view when it was aired later in the causing Lewis to wisecrack Im going to get a skirt and thats the only way you can make an impression on this Lewis gave Mikoyan three cigarette lighters with the re take them home to the wife and accompanied by an official party and his Ser whom he was careful to in troduce to all the atractlve star lets they also met actors Cornel Marlon Brando He invited Miss Loren to visit adding that she should learn Russian and make a movie in that Miss Loren said she found Mikoyan Mikoyan told his select au dience at the World Affairs Council that the United States and Russia are now neighbors because the 49th state of Alaska is only three miles from the Russian We should sit down as neigh bors and friends and we should reach agreements he We shouldnt try to lead from Then he humorously added Ive been doing so much talk ing in this country that I think people will be wondering if Im running for Los Angeles Mayor Norris who later attended remarkel the that if Mikoyan used his talent of discussion he would not like to have the Russian as an oppon ent in a political Mikoyan told students and staff members of UCLA that you cannot have a revolution See Page T OUTLINES FOR INTERAMERICAN TOP 13 The United States the draft the chief Bra zllian delegate criticized MILLION ned today to outline position as A A or the creation of an 850 Cleantho Paiva 13 lion dollar interAmerican the plan did not The government re designed to accelerate the offer a sufficient today that the numbei velopment of Latin speed Latin American unemployed rose in proposals are to a total of tn a 36page draft of a the draft of winter cutbacks in for the bank submitted to to the United construction and other American bank negotiators the United the Pan American formation of a was the biggest monthly in Representatives of the 21 in jobless since last June tions were meeting capitalized at 700 newly Idled work closed doors to negotiate would make hard boosted the unemployment basis for a bank that will loans and would to a postwar high of special attention to Latin banking erican States would Labor and Commerce De Even before formally million dollars to the said in a joint re capital of this that unusually severe Recount It would pay 150 million dollars in cash over a made the December rise in unemployment com three and the Republican Win Vermont would be on The second section of the bank would be capitalized at 150 million dollars and would make soft loans those repayable employment fell by to despite a pickup in preChristmas hiring by retail stires and the posta A big decrease in farm The accounted for the decline it ig now official that proposes to departments million dollars to this usual in their publican Robert Stafford of Rutland is the governor of unemployment was mont by the narrowest margin in a Vermont gubernatorial election in 150 than the drop in employment because most of those leaving farm jobs were house and others who withdrew A 66member joint committee of recount Monday night the labor force instead of seeking other The of unemployment Stafford beat Democrat first reading of the seasonal edg nard Leddy of Burlington of Corslcanas up to per cent from 718 to charter was heard by cent In The rate Vermont has not had a commission upon per cent during the cratic governor in 105 of the groups work of last Springs reces In that time no Democrat come as close to the Julius Jacobs report said weekly earn ship at did group will hold one of factory workers rose to small margin in the its on Page 8 to review a few oernaiorial race was tne second phase of a Democratic showing in the Democrat William Meyer was elected to the of the various sections of the and expects to turn the final draft over to King The original margin on Twelve of the 15 elected commissioners were in attendance Firm About Stafford and Leddy was at city Stafford received only 292 votes more its the City Commission will direct that the Freedom le needed to win the be printed and mailed ship in the The Qualified voter for mont constitution requires a special election Is Baudouin said today Bel a governor be elected with determine whether It will ig firmly resolved to guide majority of the ballots or Congo towards Independence without undue delay hut with See Page Rocket Red Superhoax 13 W Inconsiderate The king addressed the nation by radio several hours before Parliament met to hear the announcement of a new deal which would give more selfgovernment to the uneasy Teenager Shoots 13 M Charles a 70yearold was slugged Chronicle said today he International Services of tnformation Foundation was flying troop reinforcements to the Congo to prevent further rioting but at same time moving toward head and shot through the chest Monday by a teenage has charged that Russias new satellite is a the Congo more who tried to rob The boy and a companion The newspaper quoted did mean Belgium was getting ready to pull out of without any money and a publication issued Congo which Is four times lung a carton of soda as saying size of is rich in Then he was rushed to Lunik was timed including and and helped make the Belgian A few hours later he to coincide with the dollar of out of the Prime Minister Belgium was expected to amiably with reporters and visit to the United down a program whereby and went home to Lunik was a could gradually be In The bullet had the story The In Leopoldville authori through his hut tried to fire a without actually setting a missed his vital on It for the final The grocer has a motto propogandlsts changed new deal gives Congolese ed over the front door of from Lunik to say in the running of the carried it in their area administered by 10 The Lord has been good the like civil servants and exploited It lost it In another Mother NearHysterical At Reunion With Baby Father Wont Sign NEW 13 the the parents 2 to pass off as their he father of Infant Lisa to the kidnaper on child to her lover and thus Chionchio refused today to she was a him to marry her and a complaint against the promising a home for all her fam old grandmother charged might visit the child kidnaping the baby from was returned to her plot hospital crib and keeping a suspicious woman neigh for nine fathers complaint is the 313th telephoned tip Frank an to permit the mystery led police Sun made his refusal in who to a cluttred oneroom apart yn felony court where held on a complaint in a dilapidated Brooklyn ean mother of any one of a number apartment was to be arraigned on a persons having only 200 yards from the nap charge which carries a the case or on a police Police sible penalty of 20 years to affidavit pending found lavarone and Chionchio Chionchio and his speculated today sevenpound who had previously lavarone had kidnaped gained one ounce since her sed pity for the kidnaper in a desperate effort 11 days was re stole their daughter only custody of her own in good health and a half hours after now in and hospital officials The child was recovered and foster homes tiny Lisa Rose obviously with evidence that she is unable to been given excellent rone had tended her with no took good care of the care than her own theorized that the Chief of Detectives During the agonizing woman kidnaped Page 8 13 congressional lead ers were told in a special brief ing with President Eisenhowei today that his new budget wil show a surplus of about 100 million House Republi can leader Charles Halleck predicted a possible tax cut within the next two or three years if the Democratic controlled Congress cooperates with Halleck said such a reduc tion may be but can be attained provided the Democrats stick with the budg et Halleck however that the matter of a possible tax slash did not come up at todays White House Eisen howers first with the new GOP congressional in his State ol the Union message helc out the prospect of a tax cut In the foreseeable but not for at least a if gov ernment spending can be held Page 7 Jackson Will Oiler Bill To Ease Hardships A bill designed to relieve the hardship of jail sentences In certain misdemeanor cases to the families of the defendants is scheduled to be Introduced In the Texas Legislature House this Robert Corsi who begins serV ing his third term in the House stated Moriday night that he intends again intro duce the above It fail ed of passage two years Under the provisions of the proposed it would provide that persons serving jail sentences in misdemeanor cases including driving while intoxicated with the ap proval of the county trial allow the defendants to in the daytime to support hcir families where they had iobs and spend the nights In the county giving them credit for a day for each night served and thereby lessen the necessi ty of hardship on the families See Page T Norway Backs West Alliance 13 Norways government today hedged continued support for he Westen alliance but also promised to work for disarma ment and a halt to nuclear weapon In a message opening Parlia Kink Olav V said the gov ernment will also take an ac tive part in the drive to stop adverse effects of the European Common Market on economics cooperation that has been built up among all nations in West ern Europe since the PARKHOUSE IS HONOEED IN SENATE Precedent Set As Upper Body Sets Adjournment 13 Waggoner Cnrr of tub bock won reelection ns speak er of the Mouse of Repre sentatives defeating Joe Burkctt of The vote was The taxworried Legislature opened on schedule at with some members already talkingabout going Secretary of State Zollle Steak iey brought down his gavel to begin house proceedings exact ly at 12 In the Senate Ramseys practiced hand rap ped the session to order at the same The Senate has already nam ed gravelvoiced veteran George Parkhouse of Dallas as its presi lent pro Beset by financial It oromlsed to be a session to su premely test the cour age and governmental knowhow of the lawmakers and Price Backers of Waggoner Carr of seeking reelec loudly claimed victory over Joa Burkett of Kerr They staged a noisy dem onstration in Capitol Members of both houses were quickly given the oath of of See Page 7 Faubus Asking More Barriers To Integration LITTLE 13 Orval Faubus called on the Arkansas Legislature day for more laws to continue he battle against racial into rratlon in public Outlining a program befora he Joint HouseSenate Faubus asked for a constltu ional amendment that would permit school districts at their option to give each student a ixed amount of money with vhich they could attend a ichool of their This ho would ivoid the necessity of destroy ng the entire public school sys em in fighting Faubus reasoned that school listrlcts not under attack by ritegratlonists would simply ontinue to operate a seg egated system for whites and Districts attacked In th9 ourts could help the creation if private schools by to permit each student o take his state money with him to a school of his Such a constitutional amend nent takes lime to adopt be ause it requires a vote of tho So the governor asked or an interim law to accom See Pago 8 1IAVPY Chionchio embraces his smiling after learning their kidnaped newborn baby had been found alive and healthy in a Brooklyn AP Wirephoto   

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