Corsicana Daily Sun, January 19, 1959

Corsicana Daily Sun

January 19, 1959

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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - January 19, 1959, Corsicana, Texas TURN ON YOUR MARCH ON POLIO TONIGHT AT 6 THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Cloudy and mild this afternoon scattered thunderstorms and windy tonight and early Tuesday colder Thermometer Readings 8 9 I 10 11 12 I 1 I 62 65 67 69 70 71 72 Complete Weather Eeport m Market HJHomeof the Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Morning LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW YORK 19 selective govern ments liquidation and trade CHICAGO Wheat Irregular old crops light general light to 75 cents higher top steers steady to 50 cents higher top AP TELEMATS 193 1959 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Ikes Budget Due Rough Treatment r ftftftftftftftftft Texas House Votes Transfer Of SENATE DATE FOR QUITTING IS ADOPTED Abandon Plans To Appropriate Other Monies House voted 1451 today on a bill aimed at paying the Legis latures expenses for the 56th regular Dick Cory of Victoria said the would be The House backed down on previous plans to transfer from two The would have come from the state disabled assist once Offers Substitute Cory substituted this portion cut o take from the insurance building Another would be tak en from the operators and chauffeurs license fund of the Department of Public John Crosthwait of Dal las asked whether the money would be enough for the law makers regular 120 days of Were a scant bit short of the money we spent last session when we ran over 16 Cory But I think this will be Set Quitting Date Crossthwait said he believed the House would approve Senatepassed resolution which would finally this session at 6 May Angry Mikoyan Mouths War Threats well strucli1 enough votes to pass ho Paga 10 New Governor Warns Alabama Negro Agitators Jan 19 sworn in as governor warned Ala bama negroes that continued pressure for Integration will jmeari the closing of their He promised to use every power to keep the schools seg and appealed to ne groes to turn against the agi tators of your own race whose aim is to destroy our school sys If you do not do and these agitators continue at their present Patterson ad monished in a prepared inau gural iri a short time you will have no public school system at And if the schools are Patterson addd they may never be reopened in your lifetime and Oui children will suffer the conse Our race problems will nev er be solved by court Injunctions and federal the 37yearold incoming gover nor They will be only through mutual un See Page 6 19 Deputy Premier Anastas Mikoyans sweetness andlight visit to the United States blew up today in an angry exchange of cold war charges with the Mikoyan declared in a Nation al Press Club speech that the United States is completely rig id in its cold war We all realize that the cold war is the may be the a hot he We have no other alterna peace and friend ship or he The Kremlins second in com mand made the statements fol lowing an angry exchange with the state Mikoyan said after a 45min ute meeting with Douglas of state for economic that the state department is conducting cold war that affects world The department immediately issued an equally angry retort See Page B Double Blows Deali Virginia Race Statutes 19 m Virginia Supreme Court against the integra tion which have closed nine schools in Charlottesville and A threejudge District Court in Norfolk simultaneous ly threw out the closure which has displaced some secondary school pupils in Nor The unappealable state court decision had more immediate effect on the future of Virginia public In a 22page majority opinion by Chief Justice John Eg the court rejected a principal contention of the ad ministration of Lindsay See Page 10 Sinclair Says Offer Accepted KANSAS 19 UPI Sinclair Oil Companys offre of a 5 per cent general wage in crease was accepted today by the Chemical and Atomic Workers pending mem bership The settlement would avert a strike of oil industry Millard vice president and industrial relations director for made the announce ment several hours after the end of a 10hour negotiations ses The acceptance must be rati fied by the unions membership within 30 It would be ef fective as of Cold Wave Missing Texas By The Associated Press A new cold front veered off to the northeast after entering Texas early Forecasts called for below freezing temperatures in South Plains the and upper North Central Texas and colder weather in all but the most southern parts of the state Monday night and A few scattered thunder storms were forecast eastward from the Pecos Valley Monday For the next five days the Weather Bureau predicted tem peratures 8 to 12 degrees below normal with a slightly warming trend late in the The new cold wave will snap a mild weather spell In Texas which brought midafternoon temperatures ranging from 55 degrees Galveston to 74 de grees at Wink A new cold wave pushing down from central Alaska hit the Midwest with more subzero blasts Weekend storms left parts of the East buried under deep snow The cold air rolled deep into the Northern Florida had See Page 5 6DEATH HILLSBORO CRASH TOPS VIOLENCE IN TEAXAS By The Associated Press Traffic crashes accounted for most fatalities as the weekend violet death toll in Texas mount ed to at least 29 Some 21 of the deaths were blamed on traffic Fires and shootings accounted for the other The worst single accident was a threecar highway crash near Hiilsboro that killed six persons early Killed in one car was Wesley Whitfield Fort The victims In the second car Wants To Some Practice State Bar of Texas has given official notice that it will again seek to prohibit legislators from practicing ecutive Js ex iV his registration form as a lobbyist included the proposed measure as one which the statewide or ganization of attorneys will seek to pass through this ses 1 on the bars list is to abolish or substantially amend the present mandatory continu ance granted who are members of the This years session has focus ed more attention on the statute whereby judges are required to postpone cases where legis latorlawyers are A number of lawmakers have been hired by loan which are under fire from Will Wilson for usury violations on One legislator even took a divorce case and sought post Pool WHS one of the 127 per sons registered so far with the chief clerk of the It signifies he plans to appear be fore legislative committees and talk to lawmakers while the session is under For the first Texas lobby control law requires offl See Page 5 Castro Invites Critics Down 19 fUPI Fidel Castro today In rited his foremost critics in the Congress to fly to Havana and see for themselves how revolutionary justice But his invitation was sharply re jected by most of The congressmen five sen ators and five members of the House were asked to come here along with 350 foreign newsmen to witness operation a move designed to show that the provisional government is acting properly in dealing out punishment to followers of oust ed Dictator Fulgencio Castro has said about 400 Ba tistians will be The Benators listed as invited included Homer Capehart John Sparkman D Theodore Green D Wayne Morse and Mike Mansfield House members included Charles Porter Emmanuel Celler Adam Clayton Powell Victor An fuso and Hays Wayne have been critical of the firing squad executions carried out to and have called for things as a United Nations of maei kill trade and tourist em bargo and a sharp cut in sugar import quotas to halt the sum mary justice being meted Even as Castros invitations to the American congressmen and foreign newsmen were being publicized and being tartly rejected by some of the critical lawmakers the executions continued Correspondents in Matanzas province reported that a former Batist i army sergeant was by a firing squad in Colon and a private was executed in An Army spokesman said the war crimes trials will not start in Havana until Wednesday and said similar proceedings in Matanzas have been He said a similar hold order was in effect throughout the na In Capehart and Morse angrily rejected the pro posed Capehart said Castro is getting more ridicu lous all the What does he want to show us some executions Capehart If he wants to stop all he has to do is say He added he wouldnt leno himself to Castros Morse labelled the Castro move a dramatic gesture renewed his demand that the Cuban leader invite a UN group to investigate the The sad fact is that Castro is executing many followers of Batista without the semblance of a fair Morse He is adopting the same police state methods of Its time he stops following the law of the jungle and starts following moral Porter was in New Oxford but his office in Washing ton he was inclined to accept the a spokgjman at his office said Porter would like to con ler State Department of Hays said he had not yet re ceived any formal invitation but might consider makin the chairman of the Sen ate Foreign Relations Commit said he had received no in vitation and declined comment Sparkmans office said he had no plans to make any such trip Mansfield is in a re covering from a virus infec See Page 10 Atomic Knife9 Does Bloodless Brain Surgery Working with an invisible atomic knife Swedish scient ists have pioneered a brain op eration which neither opened s nor shed a drop of The team of brain surgeons and nuclear scientists at the Gustav Werner Institute for Nuclear Chemistry at Upsala University destroyed diseased tissue with an Americaninvent ed proton The operation was performed on a man at the team dis closed in radio and television By destroying a piece of tissue three millimet ers thick inside the patients he was cured painlessly of a serious mental The man left the hospital two days A similar operation carried out by orthodox lobo tomy would have required weeks of preparation and a long per iod of Lars Leksell of Lund who supervised th2 expressed belief the new method can be applied to ease many chronic for treatment of Parkinsons dis ease and for certain mental ill Proton the positive See Page 8 Losses To Fire Exceed Billion NEW damaged or de stroyed an estimated worth of property in the United States last the National Board of Fire Underwriters reported This was an Increase of per cent over when esti mated losses totaled the board For the month of Decem fire losses were compared with in and In Decem the report were Alice 22 Gertrude Deal 46 Leola Chat 50 Betty Jean 22 and Willie Lee al Waco State police said the Chatman car collided headon with Smiths and Mrs Ira Thomas of in a thin plowed into the wreckage The Thomases were not serious ly State police said om broken in thi registered 110 A Cotton Belt Railroad freigh train at Tyler Sunday struck a car driven by abou killing him Doris of Mil a school and Alber about senlo partner in a Fort Worth adver Using died in a collision See Page 10 Mothers March Monday At 6 To Fight Disease Tonight la the CorsI canal The 1959 Mothers March on polio begins at 6 Mondaj when more than 200 women wil fan out all over the city In a mass fundraising maneuver fo the Navarro County Polii Max chair reiterated reminders sh has given the public previously that this years March will be gin an hour earlier than in past The success of our Mothers March will determine in a larg part the effectiveness will which the fourtarget attack 01 disease can be carried Rosenblum Polio am other virus arthritis birth defects and disorders o the central nervous system ar the initial specific Onlj by expanding our ranks and in creasing volunteer participation in the Mothers March can w hope to launch an effective at See Page 10 vjv WHERE IT COMES FROM Corporation Fiscal Year I960 Estimate Other Receipts Military Assistance n Source Bureau of the Budge f WHERE TAXES Bureau of the Budget chart illustrates the esti mated sources and diabursals of the tax dollar for the 1960 fiscal AP Wirephoto and Slash In Farm Funds Deep Education Funds Suffer Cutbacks Navarro Given Million for flood conl power andi reclamation projects proposed by President Eisenhower for the 12 months beginning July include Army Engineer Texas pro construction Navarro Mills reservoir Waco reservoir Army Engineer general Inves special studies in Texas Colorado Trinity 1 Major Items 1960 Budget Summarized 19 UPI Here Is a summary of major proposals In Presi dent Elsenhowers fiscal I960 budget Taxes Raise gasoline tax 1 12 cents a gallon to pay for rising costs of highway con Boost aviation llno tax 2 12 cents a gallon and Imposo a new tax of 4 J2 cent a gallon on jet passing both on to Kxtond present corporate and excise tox rates another year to June No Income taxcuts this year but prom ised reduction In the reason ably foreseeable future If budget stays Defense for i about more than fiscal with heavy emphasis on missiles and defenses against missile Slight cut In Air Force manpower would be only In active duty person Space National Aeronau tics and Space Agency would Ret next year and added tothls years See Page 5 Frondizi Seeks Better Relations With Argentina Now StrikeParalyzed BUENOES 19 UPI The government crack ed down on Communist and Peronista unions today to end a paralyzing general strike and forestall any possible attempt at a coup detat during President Arturo Frondizis visit to the United Informed sources said the army had called 21yearolds to active duty and government officials threatened a general mobiliza if to enforce a state of siege now in effect in the A mantle of silence shrouded this city of today as the the most effective in brought all taxis and streetcars to a complete All newspapers were Only an occasional truck roam ed the empty streets looking for Federal munist party headquarters and 25 Peronista committee offices throughout the Several per sons were Scattered in cidents of violence were but no one was The strike was called ostens ibly to protect against the re ported arrest of 95 workers who staged a sitdown strike at a gov ernment meat packing plant that was to be returned to private government officials said the strike was part of a plot to embarrass President Ar turo Frondizi during his 12day state visit to the United Frondizi left Sunday and arrives in Frondizi told newsmen aboard his plane that the strike was called by labor unions seeking to impose their will over the out any attempt at such an PANAMA 19 UPD Argentine President Arthuro Frondizi left for the United States today after a brief stopover on his trip to Washington for an official Aides said he was keeping in close touch with the tense poli tical situation in Argentina by who left Buenos Aires flew here from where he told newsmen his trip would establish a new basis for interAmerican He arrived at dawn and took off again at 8 The president told newsmen here that he had no set agenda for his visit to the United He said developments of petro leum steel and electricity He warned the governwere his administrations primary police raided Comment would troops to stampeconomic Eisenhower urged Congress today to apply the brakes to the new science education program set up last year to meet Russias spaceage His new budget listed for tho program in the 12 months starting next July 1 about half of the amount authorized by Congress in set ting up the Tho President said larger out lays should bo put off pending further experience with the pro The budget contained noth ing for general school construc tion but Budget Director Mau rice Stans said the adminis tration was studying plan to spur such building without out right federal Arthur Secre tary of Education and sidestepped questions as to whether the forthcoming program would involve some thing along the line of federal loan Flemming said only that he hoped the matter would be re solved in not mony days so See Page 10 19 UPI President Eisenhower today asked Congress to slash almost a billion dollars from the farm benefit The cut would be mostly in the soil bank and price support pro He said legislation to revise the price support system is ur gently He promised to spell out recommendations for change in a special message The presidents proposed tarn budget for fiscal 1960 totaled down or 12 per cent from fiscal 1959 spending estimated at Department of Agricul ture officials estimated fiscal 1959 spending at about more than was proposed a year The Increase stem med largely from soil bank spending and higher costs to stabilize farm prices and farm Income through price supports on the record 1958 The major cut In the proposed budget was in the acreage reserve program of the soil This program expir ed with completion of the 1958 The second major reduction was In Commodity Credit outlay for price The 1958 11 per cent larger than any other caused fiscal 1959 spending for would do the Job in fiscal DEMOCRATS SKEPTICAL FROM START Higher Levies On Postage Among Requests 19 UPI President Eisenhower oday unveiled a delicately balanced budget alling for higher gasoline taxes ind another boost in postal Wants More Revenue He told Congress he wants sasoline taxes increased from 3 ients to 4 12 cents a gallon and i hike in jostal charges evidently through a fivecent stamp for He also proposed raising the ax on aviation gasoline from 2 o 4 12 cents a gallon and Im posing a brand new tax of 4 12 ents a gallon jet to be passed along to the The President ruled out any general tax cut But he pictured a reduction in the reasonably foreseeable future if spending can be checked and the budget kept In He challenged the heavily Democratio Congress to help him keep the budget in the Predicts Surplus As previously hia budget for fiscal 1960 beginning July called for spending This is less than current esti mates of the outlay for this fiscal Elsenhower said he believed revenue would swell enough to See Page 5 House Leaders Hang Political Tag On Budget 19 Democratic lead ers accused hower today price supports to jump to He estimated See FARM Page 10 President Elsen of submitting a political budget which will re quire more federal red Ink spending despite his claim that It is But Republicans stood solidly behind tho Presidents spending proposal for tho 1960 fiscal year starting July They served notice that the Democrats will be blamed if the government again goes into tho Speaker Sam Rayburn set the theme for Democratic Ho said I hope we can balance tho budget but I dont see much chance for t under the Presidents propos Rayburn to obtain the increased revenues tho Presi dent anticipates is something to be hoped for but I am doubl ful If It can be Chairman Clarence Cannon of the powerful House Appropriations Committee ec See Pnge 10 Missiles Dominant In Defense UPD President Eisenhower charted an increase in missile spending today and disclosed that the first Atlas intercontinental missiles will be in combat by His record peacetime budget also unfolded plans for expand ing airatomic power with new supersonic and missilelaunch ing bombers to meet any mnjor threat to our national The military sepndlng blue print sent to Congress called for to run the Armed Forces in the fiscal year starting July By putting squeeze on oth er elements of military the President was able to ex pand bomber and spnce research outlays while holding the total increase over this years budget to As If in challenge to skepti ical Democratic congressmen who have contended the lid on defense spending is too Eisenhower said This budget assures that ef fective defense needs are He said his aim Is a well rounded force under unified di rection and properly ready tot any kind of military j The military forces of fiscal 1960 will comprise men with an air armada of more than a fleet of 861 17 Army and Marine di visions and growing missile units for both defense and of For the first time since the Korean War Eisenhower did not order any substantial cuts in He told the Air Force to trip by a mod crate but added that with the Communists constantly probing free world positions no further cuts were Missiles got dominant empha Their procurement was al lotted up and were given a lions share of the Increase for weapons develop ment and Eisenhower said the first Atlas missiles will be at launch Ing sites by June SO when the current fiscal year ends and additional missiles will be put in place by The first squadron of the at will have about 10 missile The President also more Thor and Jupiter Intermediate range missiles will be deployed over the next 18 The first range Thors are in England now and Jupiters are slated for Money for the Titan intercon tinental ballistic missile a year behind the Atlas In de was increased 50 per The minute man a easier to handle weapon expected to be operation al in was down for 40 per cent Nike Bomarc and Hawk antiaircraft all were slated for expanded The Army was told to end pro duction of its 200mile Redstons deployed to Germany last and speed up Its the solidfueled Per The Navy will press develop ment of its Polaris to be fired from nuclear But it got no goahead to build more than the nine Polarlscarryimj subs now Eisenhower said development of the NikeZeus missile for defense against ballistic mis would be See Page I ;

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